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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, July 11, 1922, Image 9',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY li,
Boys Vote Camp Rice
Best One Ever Held
"Best time ever," "Swell," "Some
time," "Oh, Hoy!" are a few of the
Buperlutlves that are being exploded
by the boys who have Just returned
from the twelve days at Haeua in at
tendance at the first summer cami.
conducted by the county Y. M. C. A
for the boys of Kauai. Koity-two boyi
and eight leaders enjoyid tho helpfui
influences of the outing. As express
ed by ore of the business men of t lit
island, li was not simply a lime 01
aimless fun but many activities 01
highest educational and moral valu.
were presented with an effect thai
could have been secured only in tin.
surroundings that such a camp niak
TI.e following extracts from the
daily camp paper, "Camp Kice Tare
Patch," are suggestive of tho varletj
ui:d character of activity that pervuu
ed the outing.
June 2th A fishing expedition wan
indulged in by a large part of Ui
camp this morning. Although no fisi.
were caugl.t all reported having sum.
wallopers and a line scouting aloiv,
Tent One won a decisive victor.,
over Tent Five in baseball by a scoiv
Tent Five has won the pennant for
the most orderly appearance threo
times in succession. This entitles them
to the first prize.
A splendid talk was given at cann
fire last evening by ftlr. Pugh of tl.j
University of Hawaii on the necessity
of building a strong character on a
Christian foundation early in life.
HIG SCARE. While in swimmi!.,,'
this morning two sharks were slghtel
from the raft. Each one climbed on
midst Intense excitement, only to find
that the sharks were two spots of
oil ou the water.
June 30 Those who took the morn
ing dip had a chance to see the big
haul of Akula. Three nets full, ag
gated 5000 fish. The generous fisher
men donated enough for the entira
The classes in Bible study are show
ing much interest in the topics taken
up every morning, "The Challenge of
Self Mastery," was discussed this
morning and was especially adaptable
to boys' life.
TREASURE HUNT One of the
most exciting and interesting events
so far during camp was the treasure
hunt pulled off this afternoon. A my
sterious wireless message was read
by Secretary Watada stating that a
valuable treasure had been discovered
in the vicinity of Camp Rice and that
a careful reading of the message
would give the first clue to its where
abouts. Following the trail outlined
by pieces of paper, broken limbs, writ
ten directions, etc., the chase led past
the Dry Cave, over the bridge down
the beach, back to camp where the
warmness of the trail caused the great
est excitement and expectantcy until
the bloodhound faculties of Tsukasa
Moneba led him to the hiding place,
where a few minutes digging unearth
ed a three pound box of delicious can
dy. Saturday, July 1. The big event of
today was the hike to the Wainiha
power house. Engineer Gomes explain
ed the process of manufacturing tl.e
juice that is used in Eleele and Ma
kaweli. A climb to the top of the
flume from where the water drops
850 feet to the engines, gave the camp
ers a fine view of the valley and an
idea of the work necessary to make
the power house and its output possi
ble. Lunch was enjoyed by a running
stream and a hike back to the mouth
of tho river put the fellows in fine
trim for a swim.
Sunday, July 2. All enjoyed the
morning service held under the b!g
trees at the rear of the camp. Music
al selections by the vocal and instru
mental quartets and the cello solos
by Mr. Pugh were greatly enjoyed. A
very helpful talk was given by Mr.
Cook on the "Sixty Per Cent Man."
In the afternoon an interesting and
pleasing spectacle was enacted in the
ampitheater. Each tent having chos
en a story from the Uible, gave a por
trayal in costume of the episode chos
en, David and Goliath, Danel in the
lion's den, the Good Samaritan and
others were given in a most enter
taining and instructive way.
July 4th. The glorious Forth open
ened with a terrific cannonading rous
ing the sleeping campers with visions
of Huns storming the trenches, etc.
At i o'clock Haena witnessed the
most startling, stupendous, spectacu
lar spectacle ever presented in ttut
city, a PEEERADE complete in all
details from the drum major to the
trick mule, Charlie Chaplin, the Siam
ese twins, Hula dancers, Happy Hoo
ligan and all the rest were in evi
dence. The line of march took the
direction of the athletic field where
more records were smashed in a shor
ter time than the speediest stopwatch
was able to record. The Blues vied
against the Reds. The Blues coming
SEPTICEMIA ON MAUI
Twenty-three cas.is of hemorrhag e
septicemia among the cattle have
been reported on Maui, according
to A. L. C. Atkinson, president of
the board of agriculture and forest
ry. Nine of these cases were dis
covered on Haleakala ranch, 14 on
the Rice ranch.
from the tents 1-4 6, Reds 2-3-5. The
Reds rolled up 38 points ard the Blues
26. In the aquatic events of the after
noon tho Reds were again the vic
tors' by a score of 53-20. The stunts
at the camp fire on the beach In the
evening were among the best present
ed during the camp. Fireworks were
enjoyed until a g( ntle mist drove the
campers to their tents.
Friday night. Camp closes tomor
row morning. Many will carry with
them the memories of this camp as
long as they live. It will be marking
point In ninny of our lives. We all
regret to leave. Our living here togeth
er has been most enjoyable. We have
learned to love each other. Let us
put Into practice in our daily lives
at homo and school the many good
things we have learned In camp.
In Bad Company
When a votoi Is to be taken on
some important measure, a con
gressman who cannot be present
"pairs" himself with soce represen
tative who would vote "aye" to the
congressman's "nay", or vice versa.
Once a Democratic member of the
House received a letter from an ac
tive politician of that party in his
district, calling attention to the fact
that he was reported in the Con
gressional Record almost every day
as being "paired" with a Republican.
"I on't doubt your loyalty to the
party," read the letter; "but I think
the boys would like it a good deal
better If you paired with Democrats
insetad of Republicans." Harpers
In the Rough
"Sir, I have all the gems of Eng
lish literature in my library."
"Yew, and I notice they are uncut
Getting Him Going
Father (from upstairs) Helen,
Isn't it time Cop your young man to
Young Man- -Your father
Father (overhearing) Well,
you don't navs a selfstater a
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OREEN STREET AT VICTORIA,
HONOLULU, T. II.
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The Bank of Hawaii, Limited
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Incorporated December 17, 1 sit"
STATEMENT OF CONUITIOX
At Close of Business, .lune :!0, 1022
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts 0,8:!7,050.40
Uuited States Bonds ami Certificates 1,2U,408.(:5
Bonds of the Territory of Hawaii ,474.871.00
Other Bonds 2,0(;o,50l.40
Bank Premises Honolulu and Branches 1171, 582.4 (
Customers' Liabilities under LC :U0,00L4(
Other Assets 7,(108.75
Cash and Due from Banks .'Ui80.25S.7H
Capital $ 1,000,000.00
Surplus and Undivided Profits 1,:$:?2,:$21.01
Reserve for Taxes, Interest, etc.
Letters of Credit Outstanding ..
:! 10,00 1.40
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
City and County of Honolulu.
I, R. McCorrlslon, being finst duly sworn, do poleninly swear
that the above is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
(Sgd.) R. McCORRISTON,
(Sgd.) CHAS. H. ATHERTON,
JOHN GUILD, I Directors.
H. H. WALKER, J
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of July, 1922.
(Sgd.) MARION KEMBLE.
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T. H.
The Bank of Bishop & Co.,
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
Established 1858 Incorporated 1010
Statement of condition at close of business, June :0, 1022.
Loans and discounts 0,;si;,425.;ti
Bank premises and site 122,022.."i
Bank furniture ,... 20,000.87
Accrued interest 00,008.4:1
Customers' liability under letters of credit 8:14,072.74
Other assets 14,40:1.70
Cash and due from other banks 2,iti0,55(i.(i:i
Capital g 1,000,000.00
Surplus and undivided profits 070,170.2:1
Reserved for taxes .. k ' 70,000.00
Special reserve :54, 120.1:5
Pension fund 15,000.00
Dividends unpaid 50,000.00
letters of credit 8:14,072.74
Deposits . 1.1,285.74 7.07
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
City and County of Honolulu, j
ALLEN V. T. BOTTOMLEY, of the City and County of Honolulu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, 'being duly sworn 011 oath deposes and says:
That he is the President of the Bank of Bishop & Co., Limited, an Ha
waiian Corporation, and that the foreging statement is a true statement of
the affairs of the Bank of Bishop & Co., Limited, at the close of business
.June 150, 1022.
(K.) ALLEN V. T. BOTTOMLEY.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 1st day of July, 1022.
(S.) MILLY C. ALANA,
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii. 2i -V .. . '