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Tim HAWAIIAN STAR, MONDAY, MAY 6, 1912.
The efforts we have made to
supply a pure rich milk, and
the fluccess that has attended
vppn these efforts, has given
a feeling of security to all
usera of our milk.
Every dairy contributing to
this Association Is kept In a
perfect sanitary condition and
the Territorial Veterinarian cer
tifies -to the health of every
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Just received ex Sierra latest in
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OFFICERS AND DIRX0T0R8
B. V. BUhop . .. . ...ra.. .Preildcal
Oee. H. Robertaoa
Vlce-Proildcat If amager '
J . North M. . .Trtaiuroi
"toaard. I vers ......,,,. .Becrotary
R- Oalt .Auditor
S ?'CMka .Director
. Oooke Dlrectti
A. Gartley ....'...."....Director
(Continued From Pago Nine)
for a postofllco there, also?
MrB. Frnnk Vlelra, of NInolo, has
again gone to IIIlo, as her mother is
til In bed.
Henry Gorlach, who for a number
of years has been employed on Olaa
plantation, la preparing to tnko his
family to the former home In Ohio,
thero to to remain permanently. Thoy
leuvo about tho last of May.
Tho Olaa "House Of Amusement"
If. a mammoth affair, and wis formally
opened on Saturday evening, April 13,
by an entertainment given by some
of tho "Gaiety" people. Tho hall was
A thouand people Is its capacity,
and It is expected to satisfy all de
mands for amusement for some time
to come for tho big plantation.
Tho Misses Porter have elected to
livo In our thriving town, having
moved to their home hero a short time
ago. Wo are glad to welcome these
charming ladles, as also the family of
Wm. Thrum. Tho Thrums havo built
a beautiful country home near the
Mr. and Mrs. John Watt, Kathleen
Watt and Miss Emma Porter spent
Sunday at the Volcano House.
Charles Benton, at one time book
keeper at the Young Hotel, has come
to Kurtlstown and expects to make
his fortuno In the chicken business
If knowledge of poultry and attention
to business mean anything Mr. Denton
iu sure to succeed.
On April 21, at Papaaloa Catholic
church, a Filipino baby was christen
ed, after the services; and as the child
was being taken out of tho church,
firecrackers were fired, and an or
chestra in waiting furnished music to
escort It homo.
Henry Ah Wong, of Laupahoehoe,
has bought one of the Kihalanl home
Tho Koreans havo closed the doors
of their church at Kapehu to the
school children. Hence a majority of
the children havo to attend tho Laupa
hoehoe school again, while the min
ority go to tho Pohakupuka school.
It Is time that the county was build
ing a schoolhouse at Kapehu.
Advertisement has been made of the
various homestead and residence lands
on the details of which the Governor
and Land Commissioner Joshua D.
Tucker have been working for some
On the Island of Hawaii, one block
1,8 at Hakalau-lki, in tho district 6T
South Hilo, and more is at Wood Val
ley and Kaunamano, In tho district
of Kau. The land of Hawaii is all
cane land, while on this island It Is
divided between cane and nineapple
plantings and dry lands suitable for
poultry and algaroba.
The usual citizenship requirements
apply, and the lots may bo taken up
by homestead lease, special home
stead agreement, right of purchase
lease, or cash freehold lease.
The Wood Valley lands. Including
thirty-four lots, are slightly larger ap
portionments, ranging from ten to
soventy-two acres and running up to
$1150 In appraised valuation. There
are twelve lots In Kaunamano, aver
aging about forty acres in area with
an average appraised value of about
J1000. The lands of tho fourth land
division in Puna, South and North
Hilo and Hamakua are divided into
fifty-two lots, varying from nine to
sixteen acres in area and from $700
to ?920 in appraised value.
It you happen to meet an auto pn
three wheels, surely It must bo Mr.
Pacheco's. It now has ono foot In a
plaster cast, opposlto Miss Halna'a
Mrs. A. It. Askew was ill last Fri
day, but she had her appetite back
During Easter vacation somo whlto
creatures ventured Into our school
jard to look at the garden. Thoy
tasted the vegetables and found them
so fine that they could not avoid eat
ing them all. Thoy didn't bother any
body to conduct them through.
F. Rosa, a well known man of Olaa,
who took a trip to Portugal a year
ago, returned on tho Wilhelmlna.
Tho Eight Mil tennis players went
up to Keaau to play.
V. A. Carvalho, principal of Honomu
school, and Miss Jennie Gasper, as
sistant school teacher, made a trip on
S. KurltanPs auto to Onomea and
Tho Honomu school Is packed with
now pupils, like sardines. Tho children
havo to sit on tho floor. An extra
room Is badly needed.
Tho manager of Kwong Hong Yuen
Store, of Honomu, will leave for Hong
kong, China. Ho will sell all his prop
erty. Wo are sorry to loso him and
his vote. Ho had managed his store
well for many years. His idea Is to
go to Hongkong and erects store, and
also buy somo lands.
Joso Souza, of Honomu, tho pack
mulo luna, almost lost his big horso,
Because we are the only
Dry Cleaning Shop
on the islands.
Because we do the work as it is done
on the coast.
Because we know our business.
Because we want YOUR trade.
Alapai near Hotel Street
Phone 3350 for the Auto.
by falling over a sixty-foot bank of
the railroad cut. The horse Is badly
Last week the Honomu school yard
Mas flooded with water so that ducks'
could swim. A flumo crossing the
school lot leaked. Principal V. A.
Carvalho notified Manager Pullar, who
Immediately sent a gang of men to dig
Sunday, April 21, was a day of fes
tivals and enjoyment to tho youngsters
of Ahualoa. A feast was given by Mr.
Lino DIas, who is at present a luna on
Honokaa plantation. The Hamakua
band was engaged from 3 p. m. to C
p. m filling the air with its delight
ful music. Manuel Nobrlga and Frank
Freltas, of tho same place, added
some nice selections of coon songs,
and for every ono of them they were
well nnnlauded bv the audience.
Joe Santos, expert enrpenter and
baritone player, expects to leave to
join tho Hawaiian band.
Tho cano at Ahualoa homesteads
doesn't thrive at all as It used to.
Tho Portuguese havo stopped raising
cane entirely and are leaving for tho
The oranges were affected by the
heavy showers which visited our lo
cality and they are falling to tho
LIBRARY FOR KOLOA
LIHUE, April 30. An informal .
meeting of the reading 'community of
Koloa was held at Dr. Waterhouse's.
Koloa, on Tuesday ovening to organ
ize a Library Association.
It was decided to minister to tho
needs of tho reading public along
the lines of the Lihue library, with
an little machinery as possible,
good books being tho main thing.
Dr. Watorhouso was unanimously
elected president and Miss E. C. Wag
ner nearly everything elso. Tho
books will bo kept In tho hospital in tho hoys sally forth in quost of rub
the care of Miss Wagner, whoso hish, which Is gathered up and
obliging courtesy will do much to ex- burned. Thus thoy aro learning not
tend their usefulness. By way of to throw papers on tho streets, and
dues, thero will bo a $5 initiation feo incidentally sotting an excellent ex
supplemented by an annual fee of $1. amplo for tho grown-ups.
Books will bo delivered regularly to
the members at their homes. Garden
DIPHTHERIA ON KAUAI.
KEALIA, April 29. Two moro
cases of diphtheria havo broken out rious ways- in which tho amount has
hero this week, one being a woman been earned, from hoeing cano, chop
living In the mill camps, and tho Ping wood, washing, ironing, to real
other a child who lives in one of tho solf-sncriflco like going dinnerless
mauka camp. Both aro of a mild and giving up tho pleasure of a mov
form, and as a quarantine waa lng picture show,
promptly established thero is no fear(- FRE8HET AT KEALIA.
of spread. Tho houso where tho wwat.ta 4rii oa ti,
woman patient lives is tho same in
which another caso appeared more
than a year ago. Tho present case is
supposed to bo tho work of a germ
who happened to bo out calling when
tho fumlgators fumed. Garden
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LANTANA BLIGHT PEST.
KAPAA, April 29.-Small farmers
of tho homesteads tract aro becoming
amrraeu over mo iaci inai mo ongni
which has destroyed 'tho lantana has
attacked their vegetable gardens and
in Bomo Instances corn fields havo
also been invaded. As thero aro no
pines yet growing in this section, It
is not known whether or not thcyi
will bo free from tho blight. Gardon
HANAPEPE, April 29. Tho Hana
pepe school recently purchased a Co
lumbia graphaphono and a number
of records which aro being used in
tho opening exorcises, calisthenics,
flag and other drills. The money was
gotten through tho sale of wood
which grow on tho school grounds.
At the recent election held in Ha
napopo school, In tho establishment
of "county government," the follow
ing officers were elected: supervis
ors Waimea side, Sakal Dembo and
Hidio Naito; ' Koloa, Tal Heo and
Maile Hastle; supervisor at large,
Edith Uroilie; clerk,-Kochau Wataso;
sheriff, Chang Lun; deputy sheriff
Waimea, Ah Bun; Koloa, Louis.
Volume 1, No. 1 of "March and
an artistically gotten up
thirty-six page magazine, published
by the Waimea school, tho first maga
zine ever published on Kauai, is be
fore us. It Is full to the brim of
fascinating stories and able discus
sions on tho important topics of tho
day, and contains besides many two-
color illustrations by a real artist.
The Waimea school children aro
servatlon trips with tno teachers so
wel1 that tIley work vory to et
Perfect attendanco of the entire room
for the week 1,1 order to Ba,n tho
privilege. There was a lively sceno
in grade IV last week when ono of
Its members was punished for appar
ent deliberation In remaining away
from school one day and thus spoil
ing the record.
1 The Waimea school children havo
begun a plan to keep tho streets
neater, especially thoso near the
school. Every Friday at 2 o'clock
Tho pupils In grade IV are working
very earnestly to earn money with
which to buy records for tholr now
phonograph. Already $1.55 has been
secured and tho list indicates tho va-
which occurred last week caused tho '
riVOP to belch forth an enormmin 1
nmount of water lilies which, during
tho dry season, accumulated on tho
Ti i , , .
Having in mind tho flood of two
. . , .
years ago, which camo near destroy-
ng tho briJg0 ns a result of tho lm.
pnct of the drlft of vegetation, Head
Luna Hund,ey gathered about fifty of
hlo mn nm, wh fh nf innnmn
fives and great hooks attached to
long wire cables, succeeded, after
hours of strenuous efforts, in saving
Tho beat nve,tment today is tho
"Classified" page of The Star. It la
a certain dividend naver.
AT OPERA HOUSE
Residents of Honolulu will have the
opportunity of attending an old-fashioned
negro minstrel show on the
fourteenth of this month when Hugo
Bros.' Greater American Minstrels ar
rive from tho Coast for an eight-day
stay at tho Hawaiian Opera House.
In addition to tho regular minstrel
show, the troupe carries a number
of vaudeville artists each and every
one of which Is heralded to bo a head
liner in his particular branch of tho
theatrical profestlon. In tho number
are Included Brown and Hodges, sing
ing cartoonists; Ed Tolliver, mono-
loglst; Maxwell, comedy cyclist; Hap
py Young, the. Baton Wizard; Qualli
Clark, tho trlple-tongued cornetlst;
Pearl Moppln, hoop roller, and Miss
Lea Clark, who has achlovcd tho
lilcknnmo of "Tho Girl Who Sings To
Beat tho Band."
But tho hit of the entertainment is
said to be the Texas Tommy Four, a
quartet carefully trained in tho mys
teries of tho Texas Tommy Dance.
These four will interpret the famous
whirl of Barbary Coast In a way that
would turn a "Freiberg's" patron
green with envy.
Tho entire troupe is composed of
negroes, tho most talented of tho raco
that could bo found; their costumes
are said Jo bo gorgeous, money has
been lavishly spent on scenic ar
rangements by tho promoters, and,
with Its own hand and orchestra, tho
entertainment will undoubtedly bo tho
best of Its kind .that has been given
in tho Islands for somo time.
Only fifteen cents a day for a three
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