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TITE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1921
eiiuilui uilh xm sun nuiffli m in imannrLUi
the arrival in Kauai
during the first part of
TETOR & CO.
With the finest an 1 most I'.lBtinctlve collection of beau
tiful jewelry ever brought to the Garden Island.
Our buyers have Just returned from the Mainland,
where they secured a wonderful collection of platin
um, and diamond rings, lavallierres, bar pins, wrist
watches; novelty gifts in silver and leather, and high
grade watches, all representing the latest shapes and
We give prompt a ttention to mail orders.
Detor & Company
Fort and Hotel Streets
Honolulu, T. H.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd-1
HONOLULU AND HILO
ar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
CLAIMS HE PRODUCED
ARTIFICIAL RAIN BY
hours are to be spent In Indulging
the physical senses for more pleas
ure hu loses.
This does not mean that
na mea noi, e hoomaopopoia he
kuat pono maloko o ka manao o ke
Builders' Hardware Crockery Glassware Silverware
Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle Firearms Ammunition
Refrigerators Spark Plugs
Varnishes Brushes Oils
Saddlery ' Roofing Trunks
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, etc.
DRY GOODS .
Toilet Supplies Stationery
Writers of Fire, Marine, Compensation, Automobile and Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Line.
Upon application Information will be cheorfully furnished In regard to
any of our lines In which you may be Interested.
Kapaia Garage Co.
Rain being an essential thing for
agriculture and other purposes, says
the Nipu Jiji It has been a universal
desire to produce rain when it was
needed, especially In days of drought.
That rain can be caused by artific
lal method of electric vibrations has
been a scientific idea of long stand
ing, according to the Toyo Hochi
which has often been experimented
on in Europe in the latter 19th cen
tury. Some reasonable success has
been attained. But it has not b?en
experimented upon In Japan on large
But now comes Masataka Nobu
hara of Alchl prefecture, C5 years
old, who claims that he has huc
ceeded with his experiment in In
ducing moisture to localize by means
of 10,000 volts of electricity senl
forth from the ground and releaser1
in the air. The electricity wa re
leased by means of a machine ptac
ed In a balloon, whose duty 1. was
to trnsfuse the power sent up from
to transfuse the power sent up from
the ground. He is said to have caus
Would Aid Koreans.
Mr. Nobuhara has an ambition to
utilize his method in relieving tin
regions in Korea from want of rain.
He designed a machine of his own
for releasing electricity and ordered
it is to be manufactured by Nippon
Wireless Mrg. Co., of Ebisu, To
kyo, and also balloon manufacturing
company. The work on the two ma
chines which was commenced on
July 20, was completed on August
28 and all other preparations fin
ished. The experiment was arranged to
be held on August 30 in Hadano, Ka
nagawa prefecture. The machine
for releasing electricity as invented
by Mr. Nobuhara is placed on a bal
loon which n3P.sv.rea about 60 feet
long, IS feet wide, comprising 250
cj'oic meters space. The balloon is
sent up 10C0 meUrs in the air, and
electricity 13 sent up to the machine
from the ground by a transmission
wire. TI53 electricity is released in
to the "!r constantly for more than
24 h'V.tr.i. Th3 electric waves will
thon induto moisture in the neigh
borhood of the balloon to assemble
and will cause it to cool, thus caus
!:ig the rain to fall over a space of
Apparatus Costs 50,000 Yen,
A eompltitn outfit costs 50,000 yen
As gas is needed for flight, one
flight will coat 1000 yen. If success
fal in the practical experiment, the
Hochi says that It will be regarded
aa a great invention la Japan, re
gardless .of the cost of operation.
It has been a custom among Jap
anese farmers in the past to beat
drums or build bonfires on mountains
in their prayers to heaven for rain
in days of drought. Then it happen
ed that after a military manoeuvre
in which rifles and guns were fired
with great frequency, often it rain
Mr. Nobuhara took a hint from
that fact to invent his method, be
cause if rain can be caused by prim
ltive methods it should be possible
to cause rain by more efficient meth
od of using electricity, he says.
THE HOUR OF FATE
Notice is hereby given that, pur- kanawal, a
any suant to the provisions of Act 20, (2) Aole no hoi ke kahi keiki 00
man should make nil the 3130 hours Session Laws 1921, the Attorney ole e noho una me kotia mau ma
moments of decision. Social con- General and the Surveyor General kua kupa o na aina e ae nohq nei ma ka
verse which Is part of any com- of the Territory and the Tax As- aina I oleloia, ua kupono ma ka
plcto life, will take some, the ser- sessor for the County of Kauai will, manao o ke kanawal, a e manao ia
vices of friendship will take many beginning Tuesday, the 8th uay or o nana nui hoiq 1 Kupono.
and heart affairs will claim a lot: -NOVEMBER, 1921, conduct public makki mwia,
nut uftor nil thpsn claims have been hearings throughout the County of Loio Kuhlna.
met, a young man should have sav- Kauai for the purpose of investlgat- Honolulu, Oct. 10, 1921
pd for his own decision a maiorlty ing and reporting on all claims to (Uct.n-is -i&Nov.i)
of his 7 p .m.'s. a preference right to purchase Gov-
After a man reaches forty per- ernment lands in said county.
haps he may take liberties with the All applicants are required. to ob-
right decision at 7 p. m. But if he tain from the Tax Assessor of the
is uncertain over it at fifteen, or County or from the Deputy Tax As-
twenty, or twenty-five, he is dawd- sessor in the district in which such
ling, and he will pay the dawdler's applicant resides a form of appllca-1 NOTICE OF HEARING PETITION
debt in life the humiliation that uon which muBt be filled out, sworn for ADMINISTRATION
conies to age In the self confeaslon 10 and deposited with such Tax
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH DISTRICT TEHRITOHY
OF HAWAII AT CHAMBERS
' COULD'NT DO IT
A modest sou of the Golden State
makes affidavit to this story:
An easterner who had bought a
home in California heard of his
neighbor's talent for raising toma
toes. So the newcomer Bent over
talented farmer to the messenger,
"that to my regret, I am unable to
cut a tomato for anybody!"
WHAT HE SAID
The Sunday school was talking to
her class about Solomon and bis
"When the Queen of Sheba came
Asseusor or Deputy.
The first meeting of these Terri
torial officials will be held at the
In the Matter of the Estate of
REN1CHI NAGATA, Deceased.
ON READING and Filing thj Pe
tition of William O. Crowell. of
office of the Tax Assessor for the WaImea( Kaual ailegig that said
county 01 ivauai.at waimea, on Henicnl Nagata of Pttkalai Walmea
lueBuay, me m ua ul ioveiuuer, Kaua, dled Inte8tate at Pakala a-
1921, at 9 o'clock a. m. foresaid nn tho 4th 1v nf li0...,mi,-
AU applicants for a preference A. D. 1920, leaving property in the
I tu-ht trv nnrnhuao uhn havd Hulv I U. 1 In h ti j . . .
to get a hundred pounds of the " , , . ' ,7 ' , ,,7 """""" j u
toothsome vegetable. f"ed thelr applications as aforesaid, administered upon, and praying that
Please say to your boss," said the " m " """""" u " fliers ot AammistraUon Issue to
ill men uiovini nucti emu 01 I w 1ULiUM J. JJKU W Llj.
which their applications will be I it IS ORDERED that Thursday,
hoard and considered. All such ap- the 27th day of October A. D., 1921
plicauts must present themselves at 9 o'clock A. M., be and hereby
with their witnesses and ail other .8 appointed the time for hearing
evidence tending to establish then Haid Petition in the Court Room of
claim to a preference right to pur- this Court at Lihue, County of Ka-
chaso at the time and place set uai, at which time and place all per-
forth in the last mentioned notice, sons concerned mav aDnear anil
Under the provisions of the Ha-1 show cause, if any they have, why
nrl 1r Irl lnurnla a nrl flno ro imont V.
fore Solomon, what did he say?" she ' I IT v.-.- 6'anl'
I . . . . . I I . . , 1 1 Tin nA - T : 1. . . . 1 1 . . . .
juin.l nroaontlv me unueu stales, woo ous or wuose i umcu ui uiuuo, jouniy 01 tt.a-
fn Kmnll iH v,l. uvi.lonllv hnil l'reuecessors m uueresi nave im n., oeyiemoer u, iizi.
mmn.iv- -n m,.i, ,rVOr ,anf inr "H resiaeu tnereon continuously ior io
the lot?''-The Evening News (Lon- len years prior to tne aaie 01 ap
U. S. TIRES
Automobile M o t o r cy c I c Gas
Engine and General Repairing
. - - P.O. Box 236
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
TAKES OK I) KItS FOR ALL KINDS OF
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY I'ARCKL I'OST TO
1112 UNION ST.
(By Victor Murdock)
What is the hour of fate in a
young man's life? I should say
That hour is the springboard from
which most men leap to success or
fall off to failure.
I am also convinced that 7 p. m
is the fork in the roads, one of
which leads to character and the
other to the lack of it.
There are twenty-three other hours
in a day, but there is no hour be
tent as this 7 p. m.
Why.? This is the answer:
man's waking hours are divided be
tween industry and leisure. To a
majority of mankind, seven in th
evening marks the end of work and
the beginning of leisure. It is the
hour when a man makes a choici
of the kind of leisure he is to have
If he turns to the leisure that
means Improvement in his mind
his body and his soul, he wins
if he turns to tho pleasure-feeding
frivolities he loses. It is a cold
blooded proposition, but it is true
Genius is ninety-nine per cent hard
work and the best of leisure is
shift from one kind of work to an
other kind of work.
Ninety-nine out of every hundred
men who win in this world use the
time when they are not at work in
activities which look like work to
Now, my Idea of success in life,
mathematically expressed, is this:
between a man's fifteenth and twen
ty-fifih birthdays there are 3130 week
day 7 p. m.'s i san hour of deci
sinii! A man looks at the clock
and out of tho window. If he de
cides that his nwxt three l ours are
NOTICE OF SALE OF
piicution, is qualified to apply . for
such preference right to purchase
For the purpose, however, of I K KAEO, Esq.,
guarding against an evasion of that Counsel for Petitioner.
provision of the Organic Act. which lbept.J0-27-Oct.4-ll.)
J. C. CULLEN,
Circuit Court, Fifth
At 10 o'clock A. M., Saturday. Oc- provides that the lands covered by
tober 29, 1921, at the office of the these preference right claims shall in THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII AT
CHAMBERS IN PROBATE.
Probate No. 851
Sub Land Agent, Mr. G. W. Sahr, Li- bo sold to citizens only, the Corn-
hue, Kauai, there will be sold at pub- missioner of Public Lands has made
lie auction to the highest bidders, the following regulations, namely:
unuer oucuon aau oi me ev18ea i. That no transfer made by an
Laws of Hawaii, 1915, General Leas-L,iPn tn th Bnnii,n.it within nn
es covering the following described year prlor t0 the date of application I In the Matter of the Estate)
Government Lands: .n, v -.nni,i of r.mi vnuR i.. . .
i. i-oriion oi ivaiaiau, neiow ror- tiansfer within the meaning of the I pa ia, Deceased. )
est Keserve, Napali, Kauai, contain- Act; and
ing an area of 530 acres, more or 2. That no minor who is living ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
less; term oi lease, iu years irom wlth aIin ..-... thf, Bn. PETITION FOR ADMINISTRA.
January 1. 1922; upset rental $100.- Ued Ior wlu be regardod aa resid. TION.
00 per annum, payable semi-annually ,u i.i i , .....!. ON READINO nnfi lriii., r
I "S tne iauu ill uucol.uii niiuiu I " fa vno c-
in advance. tun ,rtt u A ,..., I tition of CMn Nn ri?p? ttiriun
IlUVl UlCUIllllg Ul I. LIU A1 ailU DULU I HlOC
minor will not therefore be consid-I kno'11 88 Ellen Chu, widow of said
Kauai, containing an area of G770 erod a qualified applicant. deceased, of Kapaia, Kauai, Terri-
acres more or less; term of lease, 15 HONOLULU. HAWAII. October tory of Hawaii, alleging that said
years from October 29, 1921 ; upset I io, 1921. I Cuu Kong, of said Kapaia, died in-
rental, $500.00 per annum, payable HARRY IRWIN, I testate at said Kapaia on the sec-
semi-annally in advance. Attorney General. ond dav of October, A. D. 1921. leav-
Should any portion of this land be (Oct.ll-18-25 Nov.l) inK property in the Territory of Ha-
put under cultivation, the areas so I wail necessary to be administered
cultivated to bear a rental of $3,001 HOOLAHA AUPUNI I upon, and praying , that Letters of
per acre for the balance of term of I Administration ' issue to K. C.
lease. Ke hooluha ia nkn nl kuliko nl Ahana of Lihue, said Countv
3. Portion of land of Waimea, mo ka manao o ke Kanawal 20 IT Is ORDERED that Friday, the
Kauai, containing an area of 5,400 0 ke Jau Ahaolelo 1921, o ka Loio J 18th day of November, A. D. 1921,
acres, more or less; term of lease, Kuhina ame ke Ana Aina Aupuni o at 9:30 o'clock A. M., be and here-
15 years from October 29, 1921; up- ke Teritore a me ka Luna Auhau o ke Py 18 appointed the time for hcar-
set rental, $750.00 per annum, pay- Kalana o Kauai, e hoomaka ana ma lnS 8aid Petition in the Court Room
able semi-annually in advance. ka Poalua ka la 8 o Novemaba. 1921. 01 this Court at Lihue, Countv of
Portions of this land now under no ka ninaninau ame ka hoike ana Ka"a. at which time and place all
cultivation are excluded from this raa ke akea no na noi apau no ka Persons concerned may appear and
lease and such portions as the Com- pono hookuonoono ana o na aina Bhow ca8e, if any they have, why
missioner oi Public Lands may deem Aupuni ma ia Kalana.
suitable for agriculture may at any y& kojja
time be witnarawn irom tne lease-
said Petition should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue, County of Ka-
ni nnp tint nnnn ma
kla lnna mna no 1 lnVn m.1' x- " "ClOUer 10th, 1921.
noia, me rental 10 oe rescinaea in i ,, T .. . . , ,
, A. , , , ka Luna Auhau ae o ke Kalana, a
1 ole hope luna-auhau paha maloko
o ka apana kahi a ka mea noi e
proportion to the area so withdrawn
The purchasers to pay the first
six months' rental bid at the drop . . . . . ,. . . ,
noho ana i palapala noi palhakahaka
The purchasers to pay costs of
advertising and other charges in con
nection with the preparation of these
BY THE COURT,
(Sgd.) J. C. CULLEN,
no ka hoopihapiha ana a hoohikiia,
a waiho ae me ka Luna Auhau a i
ole hope luna auhau paha.
O ka halawai mua a na Luna
I a t l. ..i. . I air-fan frnm , - Ti ;,...:.. . .
The sale of the above General "U4 le,,lore e nono Bna ,' " , oi nanaiei
Leases is subject to the terms of ,a Kee,m Ka untt Aunau t ' cuuuren at-
r-i t n. n i j jvaiuua o ivauai nia waimea n a v"w nuu,fl u naena scnoolH
by the Office of the Commissioner ka PalUa ka la 8 0 Novemaba, c'ober fd: Hanalei School October
Notice is hereby given that a phy-
10th; and Kilauea School October 17,
1 1 1 Y - 111 1
of Public Lands. ' Ktt nora 9
For maps, form of General Lease, O na poe noi apau e makemake
and other particulars, apply at the ana e kuai malalo o ka pono hoo-
office of the Sub Land Agent, Mr. kuleana aina i hookomo i ka lakou pala-
G. W. Sahr, Lihue, Kauai, or at the Pala ae like me ka mea i haiia maluna
Office of the Commissioner of Pub- ae, e hoikeia aku ana ia poe noi i ka
11c Lands, Capitol Building, Hono- manawa ame kahi e hoolohe a e
lulu, T. II. noonnooia ai ka lakou mau pala-
C. T. BAILEY, pala noi aina. E. pono ka poe noi
Commissioner of Public Lands, aina a pau e akoakoa ae lakou me
Dated at Honolulu, ka lakou mau hoike a mau ike e
September 26, 1921. no paha e kakoo ana I ka lakou
(Sept.27-Oct.4-ll-18-25.) noi ma ka manawa ame kahi i hal
hope ia ma ka hoolaha.
Malalo o ka hoakaka o ke Kunawai I up to ten o'clock of November 2
Second-hand typewriter, Remington Kumu o Hawaii, o na kupa Amerika I 1-21, for furnishing all labor tool
or inuerwoou wanted, fommunl- me ko lanou mau pill koko mua "lacnuiery ana equipment, necessary
cation io r. u. iiox ii, L-inue, uuuu a uuuiiuua i Kenuni apana lu iua grauing and macadamizing
Kauai. at. ama u K Aupuni a i nono mau "l -oia nneai reel (width ii tt
This notice is given in pursuance
of Section 9C2 Revised Laws of Ha
F. E. TROTTER,
President, Board of Health.
The Board of Supervisors of th
county of Kauai will receive bids
no na makahiki he umi mamua iho of the Anahola Homestead road
FOR SALE $250 cash, or $275 time o ka la o ka lakou palapala noi ua I Plans and specifications may be
payments to responsible parties, mau iu uikou no KUieana e noi ma- ouiuinea upon application to the
1920 electrically equipped Scout mo o ka pono hookuleana aina. undersigned, accompanied by a de-
Indian motorcycle with sido car No ke kumu nue, e kue ole ai i 1osit of ten dollars,
having top and windshield. In ka manao o ke Kanawal Kumu e Tho Coard of Supervisors reserv-
excellent condition. Economical like meia i hoakakaia e pill ana no 6,8 the r'eht to reject any or all
and dependable. See Mr. Fern, or na pono hookuleana aina e Wo wale bids-
write Box 7. Eleele, for demon- no I na kupa Amerika, ua hookumu tach ,,id to " accompanied by
Btration. tf. ka Luna Aina i na rula teni! certified check for 5 dup t-nt
(1) Aole kual i huimia e kekahi kupa 0 amount uld-
to be spent in winning he wins; ! FOR SALE White Rotary sewing ma- na aina e, maloko o hookahi maka- (S) R. F. MIDDI ETOM
it he decides that the next three J chine. Wireless Station. , hiki mumua iho o ka la I uol ai o County Engineer