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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, August 01, 1922, Image 7',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST1 1. 1922
County Type of
Th adaptability of the county type
of Y. M. C. A. work, to the condi
tions found In the Territory of Ha
waii, as it has been demonstrated
during the past ten months on the
Island of Kauai, has been the cause
of numerous inquiries from the oth
er islands by people who are 'inter
ested in the best interest of the
boys and young men of their respec
At the invitation of the terri
torial committee and the board of
directors of the Hilo Y. M. C. A.,
County Secretary Nell Locke, ac
companied by territorial secretaries
L. U. Killam and C. F. Loomis and
Chairman F. C. Atherton, spent a
week on the big island visiting the
outlying communities and surveying
the situation relative to promoting
the county work on that island.
TKe plan was outlined to the
members of the Rotary Club at their
bi-weekly meeting on Thursday ev
ening and to other groupings and
individuals in various sections of
the Island. An unqualified response
was given for the establishment of
a program similar to that which
has been promoted on Kauai during
the paBt winter and the territorial
committee was authorized to pro
cure an experienced man to inau
gurate the work, at the earliest pus
Bible date. Rex C. Kelly, a former
associate of Mr. Locke in California
was extended the call. Mr. Kelly is
expected to arrive in Hawaii early
The particular phase of the comi
ty work which makes it adaptable
to the island conditions is the non
equipment program which can be
carried on in the smallest as well
as in the larger communities. Wher
ever there is a group of boys or
young men the county program lias
something of interest and value for
them, without outlay of any equip
ment or apparatus that is not avail
able in the community. Whatever
resources the villlage or town may
provide are utilized. This necessi
tates no paraphernalia or establish
ments which require expensive su
pervision and maintenance. The ele
ments of self-government and local
autonomy play a large part in cre
ating and keeping interest. Partici
pation by all members adds addition
al holding qualities. Under this plan
one secretary ' acting in a supervis
ory capacity can promote a county
wide work without any added fin
ancial burden. The creation of a
county consciousness acts with bene
ficial results for the physical, so
cial and moral welfare of the en
The work on Kauai will doubtless
have a counterpart in every inland
in the territory within the next five
years. The establishment of ways
und means for the wholesome ex
pression of social and religious life
is good business. It is an ally of law
and order, happy homes and pros
The . road in front of the LIhue
mill Is being widened and macadam
ized to the gutter from the bottom
of the hill to the railroad tracks.
This is a badly needed improve
ment as the road at this place is
barely wide enough for traffic to
If the county or the plantation will
just put in a good concrete cross
ing at this place it will add great
ly to the comfort of the public.
UNITED STATES DISTRICT COURT
FOR THE TERRITORY OF
HEARING ON DISCHARGE
Notice is hereby given that said
bankrupt has filed petition for dis
charge from his debts in bankrupt
cy, and that creditors and other per
sons are ordered to attend the hear
ing on said petition before the Judge
presiding in bankruptcy, at the court
room, Federal Building, Honolulu,
on Monday, the 28th day of Aug
ust, 1922, at 2 . o'clock P. M ., then
and there to show cause, if any,
why said petition should not be
granted, and also to attend the ex
amination of the bankrupt thereon.
Dated Honolulu, Hawaii, July 24th,
WM. L. ROSA,
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
About thirty kiddies and a few
grownups were guests of the Puhi
Boys' Club social last Friday night
In the children's hall. Games and
stunts were the main features of
the evening. Refreshments were
served which was prepared by the
Puhi Girls' Club.
Last Saturday night a Hl-Y stud
ents gathering was held at Hanapepe
There were quite an umber of
students representing the different
high schools of the territory. The
students from each school gave their
yells and school songs. A re pre son
tative of each Hi-Y club gave a
short talk on his club activities.
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MORE GOOD WORK BY
THE ROAD DEPARTMENT
In the Matter of John -1. Silva, a
Bankrupt, No. 610
OSHI FUGIMOTO, and there ap
pearing to me to be good reasons for
granting the same:
NOW, THEREFORE, by virtue
of the authority In me. by law vest
ed, and thereunto enabling, I, W.
R. FARRINGTON, Governor of the
Territory of Hawaii, do hereby or
der and decree that the name of
KIOSHI YAMAMOTO be and here
by Is changed to KIOSHI FUGIMO
TO, and that a .copy of this de
cree be published for at least four
consecutive weeks in the GARDEN
ISLAND, a newspaper of general
'circulation in the Territory of Ha
waii, published at Lihue, Island of
Kauai, in said Territory.
Dated, May 11th, A. D. 1922, at
Honolulu,- Territory of Hawaii.
Sgd.) W. R. FARRINGTON,
(Seal.) ' Governor of Hawaii.
NOTICE TO OPERATORS OF
List of automobile lens tested at
the University of Hawaii and found
to conform with the provisions of Or
dinance 16 of the County of Kauai
and permitted to be used on the high
ways of Kauai:
Warner Maximum 12 CP.
2 Clamert " . 17 C. P.
3 McKee " 18 C. P.
Warner-Patterson " 20 C. P.
6 Star " 20 C. P.
6 Bush'Lomb " 21 C. P.
7 Liberty " 21 C. P.
Ford Green Screen " 24 C. P.
9 Violet Ray " 27 C. P.
10 Macbeth " 32 C. P.
11 Osgood " 21 CP.
12 National " 21 C. P.
13 Green Moon " 35 C P.
WM. HENRY RICE,
Sheriff, County of Kauai.
Lihue, Kauai, July 14, 1922. 3t.
IN THE MATTER OF THE PETI
TION OF KIOSHI YAMAMOTO
FOR CHANGE OF NAME.
On the consideration of the pe
tition of KIOSHI YAMAMOTO, for
a decree changing his name to KI-
NOTICE OF SALE OF
Public Notice is hereby given
that at 1 o'clock P. M., Thursday,
August 10th, 1922, at the front door
of the' Hanapepe Post Office, Hana
pepe, Kauai, T. there will be
sold at public auction to the high
est bidder, under the provisions of
Section 73 of the Hawaiian Organic
Act and Section 380 of tho Revised
Laws, of Hawaii of 1015, General
Leases of the following Government
(1) Lot 23, Hanapepe Town Lots,
Hanapepe, Walmea, Kauai, contain
ing an area of 7231 square feet,
more or less; term of Uase, 10
years from August 10, 1922; up
set rental, $50.00 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
(2) Lot 26, Hanapepe Rice and Kula
Lots, Hanapepe, Walmea, Kauai,
containing an area of 8.10 acres,
more or less; term of lease, 10
years from August 10, 1922; up
set rental, $40.00 per annum, pay
able semi-annually in advance.
The purchasers shall immediately
after the sale, pay the first six
months' rental, together with the
costs of advertising and all other
charges in connection with the pre
paration of said leases.
The sale of the above General
Leases is subject to all the terms
and conditions of Government Gen
eral Leases Issued by the office of
the Commissioner of Public Lands.
Maps of the land to be leased
and form of Government General
Lease are on file and may be seen
at the office of the Sub Land Agent,
County Building, Lihue, Kauai, T.
II., or at the office of the Commis
sioner of Public Lands, Capitol Build
ing, Honolulu, T. H.
For general information, apply at
the office of the Sub-Land Agent,
Mr. J. 1W. Lydgate, County Building,
Lihue', Kauai, T. H., or at the of
fice of the Commissioner of Public
Lands, Honolulu, T. H.
C. T. BAILEY,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, T. H.
June 27, 1922.
NOTICE OF REGISTRATION OF
The County Clerk, Kauai County,
will be at places hereinbelow desig
nated and on time specified for the
purpose of qualifying those who are
entitled to vote at any election, pri
mary, general, territorial, county, or
otherwise. The nature of this no
tice, however, does not apply to
thoBe who have already registered
and had voted at the last Territor
ial general election held November
Registrants to whom naturalization
papers have been Issued, and regis
trants to whom certificates of Ha
waiian birth have also been issued
are requested to produce such papers,
when he or she offers to be regis
tered as a voter ,of the County of
Kauai, to facilitate registration and,
or, to avoid confusion.
Hanalel Courthouse, Wednesday,
August 16, 10-12 M.
Kilauea Social Hall, Wednesday, Au
gust 16. 3-5 P.. M.
Moloaa, Judge Buddy's Residence,
Thursday, August 17, 10-12 M.
Anahola, Mr. Bean Williams Resi
dence, Thursday, August 17,
3-5 P. M.
Keulia Store, Saturday, August 19,
10- 12 M.
Kapaa Courthouse, Saturday, August
19, 3-6 P. M.
Koloa Courthouse, Monday, August
21, 3-5 P. M.
Kalaheo Public Hall, Tuesday, Aug
ust 22, 3-5 P. M.
Kleele Public Hall, Thursday, Aug
ust 24, 3-5 P. M.
Hanapepe Store, Friday, August 25,
11- 12 M.
Morrison Hall, Friday, August 25,
3-5 P. M.
Waimea Courthouse, Saturday, Aug
ust 26. 10-12 M.
Kckaha Plantation office, Saturday,
August 26, 3-5 P. M.
Registration at the County Clerk's
Office, daily, in the afternoon until
midnight of September 19th next. .
NOTE: If required, a special day
will be set apart for the registration
of those qualified to vote and who
are living on Niihau.
J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA,
Lihue, July 25, 1922.
TENDER FOR ROAD
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai will receive bids
up to 10 o'clock of August 12, 1922,
for furnishing all material necessary
for the construction of 16 miles of
Pukapele road, beginning at top of
Plans and specifications may be
obtained from the undersigned.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
and waive all defects.
(S.) R. F. MIDDLET6N.
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