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THE (UftbfeN isfcAND, TUESDAY, SKPT. 2C, 1922
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate
William Iona Kua (k), late
Walmca, Kauai, deceased testate.
Public Speaking Contest
for Governors Prize to
be Held in High Schools
George D. Dekay, superintendent
of the Antl Saloon League! Is com
ing to Kauai on September 29 and ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
will .not.il n .nn.i,lnJ PETITION FOR PROBATE OF
tour of the Island. --
r. i . , A Document purporting to be the
Mr. Dekay Is coming to Kauai pri- , . .. , , , , .,,
r Last Will and Testament of William
marily to Interest the students of Iona Kua (k) late of WaImea, Kauai,
Kauai high school In the public deceased, having on the 19th day
speaking contest for a prize offered of September, A. D. 1922, been pre,-
by Governor Wallace R. Farrineton: sented to said Probate Court, and a
T,. . ., . , Petition for the Probate thereof,
and for Issuance of Letters of Ad
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lclC!,t ... yuuuu Bi.euK.ng, acveioping minlgtratlon wlth will annexed to
the art of expression and Increasing Wm. K. Waialeale of Koloa, Kauai,
and disseminating knowledge of having been filed by I. K. Kapunla,
the facts pertaining to the whole Executor named in said Last Will
prohibition Question, the Anti Sal- and TeBtament-
. .... , IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, That
Fr Wlnv. the 3rd dav of November,
of oratorial contests among the stu- A D 1922 at 9:30 o'clock A. M., of
dents of the territorial high schools sa.d day, at the Court Room of said
both public and private, during the Court, at Lihue, Kauai, be and the
fall and Winter terms of 1922-23. sn,ne hereby Is appointed the time and
. , . , . . place for proving said Will and taear-
The general topic to bo discussed , ,
1 1M sum uiiijuiaiiun.
Will tin npntiil.ttlnn on.l nil unh. I
Dated at Llhuo, Kauai, September
lopics must Dear upon some pause g22
of tnat subject. A list of approved uy THE COURT:
topics will be prepared by the com- (Seal.) J. C CULLEN
mlttee in charge which will Include
-flVAral wpII knnwn m.,.. nr. J' Mahial Kaneakua,
Attorney for Proponent.
wncn asKea wnemer siuaenis KaPaa-Lihue, Kauai.
would be required to speak for pro- (Sept.26-Oet.3-10-17-1922).
hlbition, Superintendent DeKay said:
MRS. KELIINOI'S CORNER
"Any student will be at liberty to I TENDER FOR PUUKAPELE ROAD
prohibition. Although the Anti Sa- County of Kaual wU, recciV(J bid8
loon league irunKiy nopes una ex- t 1ft .,,.,, nf KpnK.,.l.fr IMh.
ii . .1 i ii m ii 1 "
pecis win, iue uet n.8uu in me cou- ,., f fumishinc all labor, tooR
test will show more In widespread d gauinment necessary for the
approval and support of the law, we grading and construction of 1.8 miles
Just as frankly admit Uie possibility of the puuuapele road
Ul DU...o uMBa. DtuuCUl ..i.,m8 The Board of 3llpervl8ors reserves
me prize oy an orauon against pro- the rlght tQ reject any 0I all Uida
niDition. Ana we are reauy to lane (S ) R. T MIDDLETON.
tnat cnance. ,,,. iq.or .
. ... vr
Tnere win be two prizes otierea
lor tne winners oi tne nnai contest TENDER FOR MATERIAL
...U1U .111 1 L.l J 1 TTn1..1.. I
wmuii m u aiu m nuuuiuiu uuxc SupervIsor8 of the
time after the schools of the various . v4 fm vm.
isiaiiua uave uciu luuai tuuicotu iu i . -A , . i,- a -idoo
pick the winners for place In the . fllrnIshlne ft material needed
final inter-Island contest. t.
The first prize will be known as buildl for Courthou8e at Koloa.
Prospective bidders may obtain
I full Hat rt tnatootol In A ?ruYt 11 r.
Farrington and ex-Governora Frear, "" - -
on ttiiimuuiiuu iu iuo uuuei oigiicu.
The Board of Supervisors reserves
A FOUL BLOW
The enemy has hit below the belt.
Last week the propaganda went
forth that I had become a Mormon.
The Implication was that if I could
so easily sell my religion, I would
as easily sell your rights If I were
elected representative. This a foul
blow of the worst type, and I ap
peal to you, umpire, to see to it
that I have fair play.
Before I entered the political field
my friends warned me that I would
hear of all my sins of commission
and omission and they would be
proven against me, too; but little
did I dream that one of the issues
against me would be an attack on
my religion. To me this Is treading
close on things sacred. I am a Cath
olidf baptized and brought up as one
from my youth. My father, Augus
tine Enos of Wailuku, was a devout
Catholic; my children are Catholic.
I was educated at the Convent of
the Sacred Heart under Rev. Mother
Judith, a saintly woman whose mem
ory I still fondly cherish. I make
this explanation in all reverence be
cause the propaganda which went
forth made Borne who did not know
me very well, yet who had made
up their minds to support me, doubt
ful as to my fitness.
I have many friends among those
of the Mormon and Protestant faiths
and many of them have assured me
of their support. Perhaps the fact
that I have lately been helping the
Mormon community at Kapaa with
their concerts for the benefit of
their community house fund gave the
enemy the Idea that 1 had Joined
the Mormon religion. 1 am giving
the benefit of the doubt. I have al
ways been and am always willing
to help any good cause with what
little ability I have in staging con
certs. But that should not be used
aeairst me In politics. Anyway re
ligion should not be mixed with
politics. It is sacriligious to do so.
AYERSHIRE HEIFER CALVES
Half and three-quarters breed Ayer-
shire heifer calves for sale. From
good milch strain. Inquire at Ma
helona Farm, Kapaa. tf.
OAKLAND AUTO FOR SALE
Owner leaving for the coast- This
car (1920 model) has been driven
about 10,000 miles over Kauai
roads and Is in perfect mechanical
condition. P. O. Box 90, Makawell,
NEW PIANO FOR SALE
In good condition. Recently used In
Mme. Miura's concert. A good buy
for $200 cash. P. O. Box 90, Ma
the right to reject any or all bids,
(S) R. F. MIDDLETON.
Dole, McCarthy and Carter. The gov
ernor himself will present this prize
to the winner. The second prize will
be $50 cash offered by the Japanese
law enforcement committee of which
7rsif Taanlru TJnrnflfi la (hnlrmn
I . , n n -A n . ....
Any student of either sex or any
race may compete in these contests lne "ara 01 supervisors oi u.o
and Suncrlntendent DeKay says he County of Kauai will receive Dias
exDects a large enrollment very "P to 10 o'clock of October 4th, 1922,
soon. The whole plan has the en- fr furnishing all labor and tools
dorsement of Vaughan MacCaughey, necessary tor tne construction ana
superintendent of public instruction, completion of a frame building
as well as many other prominent Ior Courttouse at Koioa,
educators and business men and wo- Plans and specifications may ' be
men to whom it has been submitted, obtained upon application to the un-
One high school principal wrote that dersigncd
he owed his own first impulse to a Each bid to be accompanied by
higher education, as well as his life- certified check for 5 per cent of
long interest in temperance, to his amount bid.
participation in sucn a coiuei years Tho Board oI Superva0rs reserv-
aEO- ea h risrht to reiect any or all
The superintendent or public in- uida
(S) R. F. MIDDLETON.
TENDER FOR ENGINE
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai will receive bids
up to 10 o'clock of October 4, 1922
for furnishing the County with one
30 H.P. internal combustion engine,
Each bid to be accompanied with
complete description and specific
The Board of Supervisors reserves
the right to reject any or all bids
(S) R. F. MIDDLETON.
Btruction of Colorado writes that a
similar contest was held recently (2-19-26.)
in the schools of that state tauno
this was not known here when Hie
plan was first proposed) and that
the whole stat"? was interested in it.
She said It did more to deepen in
terest In the prohibition question
than anything else done in Colorado.
The Antl Saloon league will stand
ready to help ai y student In selec
tlon of material for study of any
phase of the general topic. Their
office has on file many articles both
for and against prohibition as well
as references to books and maga
slie- containing articles of vali.e.
T -,ii .i ,i hnth Inncjf nil 1
iu - 1 unnrc nc cvAuiMiTinuc
.... . , I iiwitwb v i unniniiin i iviiv
final, there win be tnree juupes n;
will be selected by someone who In accordance with the provisions
will be asked to do this by tho Anti of a law enacted by the legislature
Saloon league, thus assuring the con- of the Territory of Hawaii, the
testants of absolute impartiality in Board of Registration in nursing will
judging. The speakers will be judc- hold examinations on October 2 and
ed upon delivery, argument, sub-1 3 at the Children's nospitai iiono
ject matter and memory and com-lulu. Application blanks for regis
prehensiveness. tration may be obtained from the
- undersigned secretary or tne noara
ROAD IS REBUILT and must be returned not later tnan
AT WAILUA BRIDGE September 28, 1922
GUY C. MILNOR,
The bad stretch of road on the The Clinic,
Kanna Ri.le of the Wallua bridge has (it.) Honolulu
been repaired by the county road -
department, the entire bad spot be- NOTICE
lug re-macadamized. With the stone phe Board of Registration for the
wall that has been built by the coun- i8iads of Kauai and Nilhau will sit
ty along the ocean side, this stretch jn the County Building at Lihue on
of road should be well protected Friduy, September 29th to hear ap
against heavy weather. peals from the decisions of the Coun
- ty Clerk, that may properly come
Send your magazine orders (new before the Board.
or old) to the K. C. Hopper News M. G. SANTOS,
Agency, Lihue. and they will be Chairman
Board or uegisiraiion, is
lards of Kauai and Nilhau
promptly attended to. Phone 22.L.
1 hereby announce my candidacy
for nomination on the Republican
ticket for member of the Territorial
House of Representatives from the
Sixth Representative District, sub
ject to the will of the voters of that
District as expressed at the primary
D. K. HALSELDEN.
To the Voters of Kauai:
I desire to announce that I will
be a candidate on the Republican
ticket for the office of Representa
tive and respectfully solicit the sup
port of the voters of the county at
the coming primary election on Oc
HOWARD C. YOUNG (Oploplo)
To the Voters of Kauai:
1 deBire to Btate that I will be
a candidate at the coming primaries
for the office of Representative on
the Republican ticket. 1 respectfully
solicit the support of the voters
of Kauai copnty on October 7th
S. W. MEHEULA
Fellow Citizens and Voters:
I beg to announce my candidacy
m m I ri.
as a representative ior tne oiu.
Representative district on the Re
publican ballot, Beeking the nomina
tlon at the primary election to be
held on the 7th day of October, 1922
I have served two terms as a mes
senger for the House of Represen
tatives during the regular session
of 1917 and special session of 1918
and one term as a messenger for
tie Senate during the regular sea
sion of 1919. It gave me the experi
ence of how to conduct the rights
of the people at the legislature.
. ISAAC S. KAIU,
I hereby announce my candidacy
for the nomination for member of
the Territorial House of Representa
tives on the Republican ticket to be
selected at the primary election,
which will be held on October
next, subject to the will of the elec
tors of this district, the county of
J. H. CONEY.
Notice Is hereby given that the
firm of Coney & Morris, contractors,
was dissolved on the 21st day of
September, 1922, and that neither
party will be responsible for debts
contracted In the firm's name after
J. H. CONEY.
P. M. MORRIS.
I.ihim. Kauai. Sebt. 21. 1922 3t
Notice is hereby given that I will
not be responsible for any debts in
curred by my wife, Julia K. Akama
without my written consent.
Walmea, Sept. 13, 1922. 3t
Ford Touring Car, good me
chanical condition; repaint
ed; pood rubber. Good nbape
all around. Sell for ?:?()(). See
O. F. Eldred. Harden Is
land, Lib ue. tf.
GOLF CLUBS FOR SALE
number of second hand gqjf clubs
for Bale. See K. C. Hopper, Gar
den Island office.
The Best Photograph Needs a Suitable
JT is really remarkable how
much better even the best
pictures look in corretl frames.
Let us shore the effeil that an
artistic frame can produce : :
W. J. SENDA STUDIO
Kiituti Vines, Kothik Film Finishing
Delicious Paplalas, Brazilian, Chin
ese and Cooking Bananas, Deliv
ered to Your Door. Phone 22-L.
FORD TOURING CARS
We have a number of Ford Touring
cars on hand which we will sell
cheap. Inquire at Waimea Stables
Ltd., Nawlliwtll or Walmea. tf.
gold wrist watch between Koloa
and Kalaheo. Reward if returned
to the Garden Island office.
Stock and Bond Brokers, Real
Estate Agents and Realty
180-182 Merchant Street
P. O. Box 694
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, bigh class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
flan. Operated in connection with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions
Phone 291 A
P. O. Box 27
Dealers in Tires and Accessories
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