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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1922.
TO LEAVE ISLANDS
Lawrence H. Daingerfield, meteor
ologist in charge of the United
States 'Weather Bureau in Hawaii,
tor the past three years, departed
for the mainland last Wednesday
where he will take charge of the
bureau at Houston, Texas.
The following letter has been re
ceived by the Garden Island for
publication by Mr. Daingerfield, ex
pressing his aloha for Hawaii.
Dear Kditor: Y take this occa
sion, on the eve of our departure to
our new field of labor, in charge of
the climatological work of the state
of Tc xas. to extend our deep appre
ciation of the splendid co-operation
of the people of Hawaii with the
It is a real pleasure to have been
with you, to have been one of you.
for a few yiars. You have a splen
did land down here a fascination
and charm all its own. You have
great opportunities here opportuni
ties that only the distant future
may firnlly unfold. You have con
genial and friendly people here. You
seem to have everything necessary
to make uml keep Hawaii the real
Paradise of the Pacific.
We are going to a larger field
of work; but it cannot be more
pleasant than our labors in your
midst. In going from you, we wish
you well in every way ALOHA,
you would say, until we meet again.
We sincerely hope and trust that
Mr. Thomas A. Blair, my successor,
will meet with the same happy con
sideration and splendid co-operation
as have we thru the years of our
residence In your midst.
LAWRENCE H. DAINC.ERFIELP.
THE SHOW WAS WORTH 50c;
CHARGED ONLY 5 CENTS
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter
of the Estate
Kua (k), late
Wainua, Kauai, deceased testate.
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR PROBATE OF
A Document purporting to be the
Last Will and Testament of William
Iona Kua (k) late of Waimea, Kauai,
deceased, having on the 19th day
of September, A. D. 1922, been pre
sented to said Probate Court, and a
Petition for the Probate thereof,
and for Issuance of Letters of Ad
ministration with Will annexed to
Wm. K. Waialeale of Koloa, Kauai,
having been filed by I. K. Kapunia,
lixecutor named In said Last Will
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, That
Friday, the 3rd day of November,
A. D. 1922, at 9:30 o'clock A. M., of
said day, at the Court Room of said
Court, at Lihue, Kauai, be and the
same hereby Is appointed the time and
place for proving said Will and hear
ing said application.
Dated at Lihue-, Kauai, September
BY THE COURT:
(Seal.) J. O.
MRS. KELIINOI'S CORNER
J. Mahial Kaneakua,
Attorney for Proponent.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
MENT GENERAL LEASE.
The Gills' Club and the Y. M.
C. A. boys' and young men's clubs
of Puhl of Puhl, Grove Farm, stag
ed a unique community entertain
ment in the Puhi hall last Satur
day night. The Girls' Club under
the difc't-tion of Miss Roe took part
in a beautiful fairy tale play. The
boys entertained the audience with
a minstrel Bhow and also with a
set of fancy calesthenic exercises.
The young men demonstrated the
ways of building human pyramids.
They also furnished the orchestra
music between shows.
The hall was crowded even to the
four walls and In addition to that
there was a mob out on the porch,
the unfortunate ones who could not
find a place for them in the hall.
The admission charge of 5 certs
together with the selling of ice
cream cones raised the total amount
of $1C. The proceeds will go to buy
athletic goods for the Puhi com
munity. TheIantation has put a lighting
outfit in the play ground where the
people of the community can come
In the evening and play wholesome
recreations. The young men of Puhi
are at presei t interested in the
game of basketball. It is hoped that
several teams will be organized on
Grove Farm so that community ath
letics can be played in thu evenings.
HAWAIIAN BORN YOUNG PEOPLE
Friday night, October Olh. thev
will be the second of a series of
socials for the Hawaiian bon: Jap
anese young people -which will he
held at the Parish house. All of the
young folks of this group from 10
to 3D years of age are cordially in
vited. Rev. George H. DeKay. who
was In the transport service during
the war will relate his expei ienivs
with the soldiers and submArines.
Public Notice is hereby given that
at 1 o'clock P. M Friday, October
27, 1922, at the front door of the
Hanapepe Postofficc, Hanapepe, Ka
uai. T. H., there will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder,
under the provisions of Section 73
of the Hawaiian Organic Act and
Section 3S0 of the Revised Laws of
Hawaii of 1915, a General Lease of
the following Government Land:
Lot 46, Hanapepe Rice and Kula
Lots, Hanapepe, Kauai, containing
"an area of 13.80 acres, more or less;
term of lease, 10 years from Octo
ber 20, 1922; upset rental $09.00 per
annum, payable semi-annually in ad
The purchaser 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 lease.
The sale of the above General
Lease is subiect to all the terms
a:-d conditions of Government Gen
eral Lease issued by the office of
the Commissioner of Public Lanl
Map of thu land to be leased and
form of Government General Lease
is on file and may be seen at the
office of the Sub-Land Agent, Coun
ty Building, Lihue, Kauai, T. H.
or at the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands, Capitol Building
Honolulu, T. H.
For general irformation, apply at
the office of the Sub-Lund Agent
County Building, Lihue, Kauai, T. H.
or at the office of tliu Commissioner
'f Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Honolulu, T. H.
A. A. DUNN,
Dated al Honolulu, T. II.,
September 23, 1922.
I wish to thank all of youfor
the hearty response which you have
given me wherever I have appeared
and spoken. There are Just a few
more dayB to primary, and during
this period, there Is no doubt that
other propoganda will be spread
agalrst mc. My only request Is that
you do not believe any of these el
eventh hour tales which my enemies
may spring against me. Should you
have the least shadow of a doubt,
trace the rumor to Its source be
fore you pass any judgment detri
mental to my campaign.
I wish to thank even my enemies
for the compliment they are pay
ing me by ,the way they are get
ting out and fighting hard against
me. My campaign Is evidently giv
ing them cause for worry.
I wish to again call your attention
to the fact that it would be a good
plan to send a woman to the legis
lature. For while men give most
of their attention to things, women
as a rule give their attention to the
human side, rfuch as the children,
their education, their welfare, the
welfare of the homes, etc. With me
to assist , our men folks, Kauai ought
to have a strong team In the house
and thnt means getting the best
there Is to be gotten for our Island
without hurting the welfare of the
territory as a whole.
I appeal to all the women voters
of Kauai to turn out and help me
on primary day. I appeal to all men
on Kauai who are "sports" to give
us women an equal chance, and vote
for me. Out of your choice for four
names, at least give me a vote.
Thanking you again, with aloha, I
NOTICE TO SHIPPERS
RE. FREIGHT CHARGES
HONOLULU AH UK INI
. FOR REPRESENTATIVE
I 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 ot 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 ot Representa
tive und respectfully solicit the sup
port of the voters of the county at
the coming primary election on Oc
HOWARD C. YOUNO (Opiopio)
To the Voters of Kauai:
I desire to state that I will be
a caudidatev at the coming primuses
for the office of Representative on
the Republican ticket. I respectfully
solicit the support of the voters
of Kauai copnty on October 7th.
S. W. MEHEULA.
Why do not the candidates fer
high office hire wholesale florlsis as
their campaign managers? The trou
ble with most political booms is that
they reach their peak loo soon and
peti r out Mailly by primary or con
vention day. A florist in control
would preveit that. Used to forcing
Easter lilies so that they will bloom
at Easter, or holding them buck
so that they will not bloom before,
"raising a favorite son" undi r gass
so that he blossomed just at the
right moment in the year would
be a cinch for him. Congressmen up
for election this fall will mi well pr.rty
to give this their attention. Arthur
Folwell in Judge.
October 3, 1922.
Notice is hereby given that Gov
ernment physicians of the District
of Waimea, Koloa, Lihue, Kawuihau
und Hanub 1 will start vaccinating
the pupils of the several schools
in their district alter October 3rd,
I hereby announce my caididacy
for the nomination for member of
the Territorial House of Representa
tives on the Republican ticket to be
selected ut the primary election,
which will be held on October 7,
next, subject to the will of the elec
tors of this district, the county of
J. H. CONEY.
From and after October 3rd, 1922,
nil freight shipped from Honolulu
to Ahuklnl and from Ahuklnl to Ho
nolulu will be accepted freight
charges and Territorial Tolls col
lect at destination, unless other
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAVIGA
TION CO., LTD.
" (Signed) C. T. LITTLEJOHN.
Honolulu, T. H
October 2nd. 1922. ' 2t
FORD TOURING CAR IN
good mechanical condition.
Has been repainted and ov
erhauled. Good tires, al
In good shape all around.
Will sell cheap. See G. F.
ELDRED, at Garden Island
Office, Lihue. tf.
GOLF CLUBS FOR SALE
A number of second hand golf clubs
for sale. See K. C. Hopper, Gar
den Island office.
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, Makaweli,
NEW PIANO FOR SALE
In good condition. Recently used In
Mine. Miura's concert. A good buy
tor $300 cash. P. O. Box 90, Ma
7V Best Photograph Need a Suitable
JT is really remarkable how
much better even the best
pictures look in correct frames.
Let us show the effect that an
artistic frame can produce : :
W. J. SENDA STUDIO
Kauai Views, Koduk Film Finishing
WHEN IN HONOLULU, STOP AT
You can get a well furnished, modern, light, cool,
comfortable room for $1.50 per day up; eat where you
Child's Restaurant, operated in . connection with the
Hotel, offers high class, modern service at reasonable
We advise that you make
Reservations in Advance
J. F. CHILD, Proprietor
Delicious Papialas, 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 wo will sell
cheap. Inquire at Waimea Stables
Ltd., Nawlllwlll or Waimea. tf.
A gold wrist watch between Koloa
and Kalaheo. Reward if returned
to the Garden Island office.
Send your magazine orders (new
or old) to the K. C. Hopper News
Agency, Lihue, and they will be
promptly attended to. Phono 22.L.
Phone 291 A
P.O. Box 27
Dealers in Tires and Accessories
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"11"" ' 1
This notice is
of Section 9C2,
Fellow Citizens and Voters:
I beg to announce my candidacy
as a representative for the Sixth
Representative district on the Re
publican ballot, seeking the nomina
tion ut the primary election to be
held on the 7th day of October, 1922.
I have served two terms us a mes
given in pursuance I Be, gl!,. for thtJ Ilouae of Hepreseu-
KevlseU I.aws Of i tutlvi-H durini' the reeulur session
of 1917 and syevial Besslon ot 1918,
and one term as a messenger for
He Senate during the regular ses
sion of 1919. It gave me the experi
ence of how to conduct the rights
of the people at the legislature,.
ISAAC S. KAIU.
F. K. TROTTER.
Roard of Health.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions
No! ice is hereby given that the
firm of Coney Ai Morris, contractors,
wu.- ilissolvtd on the 21st day of
September, 1922, and that neither
bo responsible for debts
in ihj firm's name after
J. II. CON FY.
1'. M. MORRIS.
Sept. 21, 1922
if you have
weak eyes uvd
3t , you need spec
" i tacles properly
' fitted for vot-
Notlc is hereby given that I w:ll ing on the 7th
not be responsible for any debts in- 1 of October,
curred bv my w ife, Julia K. Akuiliu, ! all on S. E.
without my written consent. I LUCAS, Optician, Kapaa running for
T. AKAMA. jthe House of Repri sentatives on
Waimea. Sept. 13, 1922. 3t the Democratic tie! i.
- Mav thousand i cf billots are
Give your friend a nice magazine thrown away on account of poor
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