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The Hawaiian gazette. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii]) 1865-1918, January 25, 1918, Image 7

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. ; ; ,4..r to.vicr, unucr, iraa i
f t u.,jn) vity the Enemy Act
: -y .- -irTQ FILE WFCr.'J.ATION
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' - . . iaa.kulkmvil knjl. ika rMkAinar with
. jtui f jwopeytlv iMCurltici, tit . it)i
.'' ' " "flK.' it om 4lU"i6i''lmjirttrt
. ;."-kWijhlMfc ir, ' StkwkK Huie fi
' lrcl4rtlo ,ol 1rr aad will ttu(aU
,v -fcol Jm rHf ik MMipyvntr .'
" IM thin lmporual inrorinatioo r
tf -(inir'V' KJ ymtcQ omm guvvrp
''TUa'tjjpoitiDBnt,. of tho ioeU inn
rgM A, it I tehall t" Imcr. ttea
IrtfHy to'irtodUn at -. Washington
i6ohQiy(1 'prtyt1re .yar go.
M ta(r,.tteinf tecmbvr' of ;eoagM
foi;'ritn()rbrkaHi. , no Aa'pewoBgiiy
. qulnta, wltk, Bicbartl',. H ,TrBti
prridftat f(U Tra Tut (ompalny.
j oCaUw fojierW ouatodUa. la
.jn Act '0 jreeJv'.n ' koer 'aid
, ,lljfh))r -te t wirvy or H f jd
frmjv ttni atmniater aad
, aOttnt , Ipjtbf .MiM. .andojL' tke eo
. raIidtretioa of tba Pranident. r ?
' fTVe -law 4flnf fca taetaya aay
IndurUa!.' partnwdhlp or othwf bodr.
o ay aatioi,lityr mtdeftt U4 h
rerfjiorjr tor ay ' . WUH wttco
He raited &tate,ja at W. o ra4
dfcxlt 4tia b UaHed HUtea UnJ
. dbinjr baalnna ' wllbid Melt .tmitoKV)
a4 aay orporatloa fnoarpoaVMl t
In ora. territor f tiny matt a4tfc
.l)tH tfco. United Ute ia.fci'-war; or
iaovrttoVaVrd mithtVar 'conntrr otoer
l. T'j ' tSumXH Tji.aA Kf and Jnliis taLJ
"rri
'T W f 7 .V MUy of , ner K fer deiaed A Joy
. iadltidvMU. tpexitaaroalpi or other tody
irfHttdWidaafa wof ar nation a0it1
ij. raifldestjwHhiohoJterrlUiryvof ia;t
tOott iili '4 j t of a Brtioo
Ha 'w1l;hl th Uaited' Htatea Ura
Vor renUot' ontiiide the United
tKajtt,.iiiMi Hitiit(lHiarM,rHbla asV
; rnttot' fldi y 'potMloa1 a4oti
. tiaUd Vhhio t)h territory of A
' aHy.-'oatfta.er'. iooorH '3'
Jwrrfiftej:tfa9 WiSd . pt,teK
and idgjBjg .bualtieat within ao(h;terri
f j 1'U reeident Way Jby forUrtiatioo
VlrtiidlthfT:iO- ,einaI'Hny'.''i p
V aUy of ; enemy ' Vauefc. other lndNiit
Ukla Sr. bodlrtor ilaaana of individuala
not : itio. tof 4M 4 Vaited Statea,
w4ereer,reaiden at may be native
jtfiitnn uJoei of aajr-aation with
wW.Vtod.W.tee.i- t warie
oxajr,Ufff ny.euoh Motion, if h
.ohaJJ.itftad jthe .oafotjr ofUio United
hUte4Hr ihe'aHecMaeJ roaeeution of
tb iroii'baM TMuirsv . m, " , ;
aaavjrilifliM toiUy; I i :
. JL'tmaiya paW to ot reteived ,by
tbo. 0U ieyHatod4aarlU iUairaJi
' ahaTl .bo.4foitd,iai (he treaeury of
tho, Va'to Wta, iad may be invent,
ed b the cretjy .01 the, treaauryj Jo
VUited 0tUtA f Qverom!iit 'bonds or
eprtilehtet of fadebtedneea. All other
property, .intludiaif ttoek,.bn.dt, notet
tod other oeeorltlea of as eoemv. or ally j
f f ..' oernyt' thaj i M enoaitod. U( snJ
oau''or oanaaer troet omp-ka act,
igaaibe-tho -Pretidan.. Such
, potjtaries ore Autborlaed,, to aoVeot div
IJvds;.JUiteteat.or'lneoo tt prlneipat
which, jny,be,eMoodue 'pa snv toa,
, boadt, 'netets or oUor aeaurltisa and
depoal eamo' ia the . treaeury of the
United' Bta4ea.ir.Mrvvt.-ir j,:
Under, tho law. the uatodian in 3a j
wnii eoav pnaaa xe powera or a earn
wtai (nw trottee.ia Tetpoet toft, all prop
ertv 'other tbn money, and under pre
rfliil . regulation ; may .manage, aueh
property, ndeertUe . auh right
y. .ai'potiJa thereto; 'voder certain
condition. 'i.-(,.', . - H
'Corporation I or 'tuineorporated ' ao
noeiailoa oa.lruirtaot iamiine afaareildr
rertWoalt treprirNtiBgi,beeeiai !
terest iret rqulrel 1S faJiaftr atoeke
Vb3lwro4 ttl.ujtodlsivoooinpaniadi
by delivery,, ,ortiU,aS anjli
eae wheijo,thoortileO oxo not1 it
the TrrjitvTyta.llepiMitaryiK'entitled
to putUe-iaWk onhoibookaiand ool.
let dividead Uroonj ale te onake la
veatlgatioaa 4.ateleitekboldiagi
"uW nil flurwi. f uihw fit
nhra I In. tMMlMllMlta. t . I V
,..fcjry. nrpwt.ipn . in thai Bswaiiajf
IiandaMtiautrodto:fMNiih tb eup
, tedlM with, a, full Jut of ho namea oV
Jf UU yMUU,m'fj il"Wi yr- aioeanoiqer
hTli(oe(fo! of , 4he WaUed feUtt
SaOws t JxoS whoa there U reatto-
able eSBt to believe to b a,citijeo dr"
wbjact jii.ji . satioB at ..war with, th
I'nlted'Htttiit, or an ally of euch, t'
(oortetheV'tJvUh lb 'owtunf y4w
r(ehrersef bV rStb.
porton oolding or liaving euatody and
control, aivao uf Joikuy, of aay prok
erty.-foe,. ojr. ptt-ilxH tl, MT onemf
or' aJIr. of faemv. or for' any Derioa
whtlm to miy'reaoonably aiupect tO.bo
wco, on ii-ioey -do mneotea to any
turb.'Ja'ioViulrod ito 'UrhinKi the eutto-
-diaAwJth a ajtmnt eontainina- tlu
ptrtietfllrf .lichjfcoLiiog iodebi.
edtieM.vM -t i.Vtr.l ii ft1 '
,(.yil4tlo(i ft tb-;prpyjj)ujv . t th(
la r bf anv'Utehao, rule or regiilatlot
a theieiinijor thall be tiuulahabl by a fln
of sot mors than 10,000, or if the of-'
f .......
Wrecked tpliSier Was Sold By
; This Tittii.Sihce turopcan .
V The irhoonej'. Mahtikoaa Mrlf 1 re
ported a total imk, with her eofir
tarpo atad. alj bt tiro of her vrew loot .
n 'the pont h ftKa, "f formerly , a
Hind Itolpli. vwiel, bnik ynd. oaed U
the'iMand irad'f for abbot fourteen
yn. ?fb fa oaed durfojr thlsiwe
wlh'oeiUloiil Vygc-to tho Orieot,'
fo bringing mnrrtianilifte hero K4d tt
taming, fiJied, Sttth .oga,-. ' '1
v,'.oofdinjt .to the Ioea.1., ftind JUlpo
tptnttf it . U' Uhoiit two yeara inr the
Vlnhukona i: madfl a tall, at Honolulu,,
Ttyw ,w after: ihe 'ha bee old to
, ,J, .Davenport, .the ireoent owner,
who pnrchared, her aft tr the European.
w.ajr nreated aueh a ' duinajid and..uh'
toh torirea for all bottoma, . , -u . ,
t poriT a ihm me uaaaaoaa one
Sf,. a . fleet, of about iMity" oeaela
whir.h' the Bind-fil(ib teowpanr opera
ted. Jo, the island trade mnd Ja the off
tt . trad alftDd !toe , I'aoKIc iCoauf.
taoluded in thia fleet wnro enoh Well
knom vhk-U m the. John Enaf Ko
hala. ttawaU aod KoVo Beal? ; ' ;
i foiytjh Wabkojiav'moti frf -the
Hind-Rblpb lipa were given ynwollaa
name. - At rwent 'Ve otnpo ' hae
uniafrteea weanelivaeiurl- all of "whloh
onnna tueir operation io the Paetfle
Vat; fternnee the . return ton tbii
'iine re mnhV ltrer M prexent
than: 1 the Inland or other iranepaclfle
lril.i'v .i . . v.1; -.l
When the Mahohooa aa 1n the ial
nd trade ohe waa need la taVInf edgar
from th Wind ulantariolK in KohaJa
and Mftrako, Hawaii raleo ia band
tinrf the Hana tilotitorioa erop'" for
Wia the HlndBolpb Urm- hat "long
Held the- transportation eon tract. ,Ve
ela Of thU line Mere and are atM uned
la taking eoal to Port AUen. -Kauai,
' It i estimated that under nreaent
eondttlona the ioaa of, the Mabukena
meaat a iota in bet owaera, or the ua
J'rrwritcr, Of a aum aomow here"1 sear
;, The lfahukona',e borne port a Raa
rTaneiaeo. one ll a . Tourmanter
With a d,ead welkt earryinff eapaeiij
if t? ton... . . ,.U.;':
. a . ' c ii'
' IS TENTAT1VE
U fl B(lc5.:T., Xavf aaanajcoas :
jb ronnerts wua the apvrara
nee U)
5fc.iao i LUiokaJsS win
rate" of
to fmWerVeblUrerj ;'0f Prinee Pavid
Kwwemaoahoa.i fireutt Judge C. W.
aatrtordt itHMO id '.tentative rullnd ve
terday- holHiof ." that Trinro-' KuMo,
otKda -or the ehlldren is one degree
oearet l kltbip arid a heir than the
cbildreuir .'. r;
la atotinr tfo ruline the court die-
-taitnt'.'tiri. authority to make a lefl-
9lte riiHs v,-beter 'the mirlort are
ietr of ' the late -qneeu or dot. It it
txMntc out 4a the doeiaioo that the
n,nor children and Prince Kuhio are
the' only, pfcrton i dnrt Claiming to
mi netrs or.M late uueen.
t4! antonatnined to rifle," Judae
VdiforJtatPii, adlejy for the juir-
roceeuag, ana wuoout prejudice to
ho ultimate, 'rights of the minora In
'uottion-ia they' mar 'nMiniBtely ' aj,
iar that Prioce Ifuliio Is next of kin
bet late majen'tv. and that no other
-erton or pervoRt turtaiu the relaliou-
nip or n(t ol km in aa ciote h decree
W doe Psloce Kuhio orti) consequent
it -that fhe minor are. expretsly ex
liuled . from :tbo Inheritiuir caiiucjty
irouneciion wun rue , ruuag av
ornay "Kd ward 'M, Watton. and John
Vt'olhura who had tteen appointed by
"he court "guardiat ad Utem fur the
tlHtaa aa rlishkeirnl. '
RAfjD JUKORSr'FEES
, P?rARfALI0 CHARGES
' Ueuutv Citr Attoxnev Davie venter-
y'v.'Savs a jiiuloa , that tlte grand
jury .ipaa jut, .novemDer Mia iJeoemuer
)f 191? wr ro Valid ebaxeea and ahould
Se. paidr Early j ia.Woveriibe the ap
propriflHQft rom.hich grand jurorr'
roe are pat became esbauated ami
although f h;iaJ ( jury vepattluUed to
Sold, laotoioo,, st,ifiueatina waa ruited
whether ''tney eoold ollee,t for their
ervicetv f rom "the 1019 aiirioriHtinn
4ad.-"-- Tbo matter wa referred to the
Mty sttorney's Oflifca; with the result
JLSL
itpmrniVMiriEb'
r "WITHi" SAME COMMITTEE
yV'Arlftf SGTOaTj January 21( Asto
lated Prett) Tbo ub-eommittee or
the Bepublkas national executive m
airteo na recommended a conttnuunee
n office, of tlit ISlfl eamnatirn rum-
mtttee.. ineludiliB the tlx rrouretHivi
jivaiurrt tun rue nuvitory coramuiri ui
. . . . I - .. T f . .' f . . . ..J
women.
fender it an Individual, by imprliiou
sent for hot more than ttn yrart, or
oio. me omoer. oirecror or aueni i
toy 'arporaMon''whd knowingly I'Hr
'le'lfttte in any such violation thall lie
tuakahod tya like flu, imprisonment,
r both.;.--
i;-he Wi)ioy.Of the euatodian to
bwoubvuu -repvtaote muii ana tnni
'Mtpeaees tpfportW tie, thetr' potiun
jioa at.ibS tie taavlaw f pat-into rf
',oMt,i BBd .'fte"meMBt. are .i other
)aVt, u4 auattoaps nioa tnny.bo.slet.
'nuModiaat sUUoaUariot , i.hold .uch
iaay iproportioa,, , tHoy may havt
4 toaatwalo'ii. t Jueh timoi la all
tber CttHe the Trent Truwt nau.v
Ha . beeuv directed to take pokNiiii
jf all eaeiuy oisned property found In
uawait. . . . , ;
RULING
. i m'i avuvvua wiuui imvi unn uuiuj nuq wvn in.
UawaiL of which Am6a .1. tphaeio 1 crnciDal. i TKii
ppsifiti farm in th .Ninoie, neighborhood In the p'opagartda for Red.
vvi yiv uniitut .aiiuwn iiciv iq rvi iwun, panian4 jrortof
nete, .Korean, Russian and Filipino students American citleerr of
iitiiciS
WILL BE. REUSED
SUperlntehdent Kinney tells Hilo
'Secbrid City Will W Given ,
, .bue Consideration' i
(Wbea the aew nehool buitdipg
planned by .Henry Trf,'Kinniey, tuperia
tendeut of public, instruction, have hron
empletod the ;oongstio at the Hilo
High rVhool will be entirely 'roticyed,
Lmv the Hilo Post Herald of last Sat
urday, .n;wk on tome of the buudihga
will lh commenced very thortly. i -w '
.'. "Hc.voral of the teTioolt throuyhtout
ihls isjand are In need of aew building,
or repair to old," aaid JProfeator Kin-
Sey, rJaati before .he, .departed , oa! the
Uuna after a vlait fit Inspection
to, .U government school luiUiJnjjs'en
Uae ari.'-f'.'Our &rtt eoni-ern for Ithe
eouutry diaitict 1 to boitl Kovenunpat
f-haJUouet for' district, where oahool
now being held in rented builditg.
Tbeao.arlMtaJo will be. served 11 rat by be
lug provided with their -own school
hiiil,Mat" ...- I
Vlrakm of' the crowded condition
Af the JUlo Unloa Hchool, Professor
Kiauey aaid: " . .
Thia tireesure wlU be relieved by
tbebuHdiago which wiH aoon be,ercoted
aij fiopie.1-i'e now .have plana 'for
work to. bewiti. at once m a aix-rOom
aehofil tmiJdina;' t Piopio. ' We -are
baildinc Ifor the: fvrtare ia tbia school.
Wo took for a continued increas in
the potrutationr of that' part of the Hilo
district. When the PibpiO tctaodl 4iulfl
Ins 'in readt for oneunaaet. Ba it will
tut tMfra iYtm aA ttt f ha hneaMif srhnnl !
feary tu-eUren f rom that vicinity
o AOW extend Hl ITnion will col to
Piopte. ' Thl. we believe, will raakt it
nooaitdo for m to remove the old yellow
school .buUdiuir OS. the Union tchool
rronnila.
Now School At Piopio .
" Thsre aire Ave or tiX aerea of, around
thai dll-e ' haoludod in the Piotdo
tr boot earuput. The; Volcano' K tables
hold a tease on thia land which doe not '
expir until Juae.i However, Mr. C. K.
Wright, .manaiter of the Stables, who
a a .vary publie-eplrited man, hat gen
srouaHr consented to allow tho work on
the school build met to be started just
soon a 'the material eaa be put on
the trrotind.
In tho Wans for the Piopio school
f am indebted to both Mr. A. C. Wheel
er, of the public works department ' of
hi trumty, anil Mitt Josephine leo,
au'nervlsing - principal of the Hilo
Aohoohv for imanv valuable augKOttions.
Weave selected an advantatreona sitr
'or the -building, and, when it ia eom-
tadr witlr-ita (ia room equipped for
II modem school tiaea, it will be sue
f tha besi tOial) school .building in.
h Tprriturv, Built for the future, it
vill' be amply large to oare.for the edu-
ationat needa of all. the children of.
that vWiajty, and it will relieve, in '
'artre measure, the pressure at the Union
School by taking out the children from
Mud Tjine who how attend the I'blon
Sctuwd. f w . ...
"The' t we new room which will . !
edded to the Wniakea-kai 84-hnol will
ltd help to relieve thia pressure. W
to aot,r hoWever, expect to have th".
tHditinn to the Waiakea-kai school
started before the summer vacation,
hut bopo to 'have it finished b' the
npivningr of tbo, Beptemher, term."
SHtKea-hai hat enlv three builclingr,,
'wo of three rooms each and one of twn
rooms.' .'The two-room sddition will
trobald he a separate btil'dinir all of
th .building! being placed around .1
court 'in' the ferm of a hollow aiinri.
TV. Wtokea-atplnnt, to far, are only
tentative. '
Otbor Plhas Mads
Tlth iMjifia for ttia iitonrvtment
of the KSttem Hawaii school houtinv
4 nation ' that we hotio to -esrrv nt
thia summer Include a oneooni ad'li-'
tinn -to tK school at Houorau.' conHn-,
Bed the- Huperioteodrnt; t'Jt OoKhIh
w are- (ma ito 'rt a uew three. nmm
j school buildiair nd rtoaebor'e S4ff-"te.
to raiba.tHe, plaea of the old viiMin"
which-are. serr "ilsoieatad. . tiy-i
kou one room is to be added Io the
present school building, and a separate
building' for vocational work will lie
built on'tbe school grounds. ' This vocu
drivo
this rezari
nirtitra At nnt
t
tlbttal . building will have two Tooma,
nd for itarpontry work, whor tchool
furniture oan , bo made and repairedji
ana; toe other complete school kitehesti':
Outside of Hilo, Papa lk ou will be th
0ra -sen ool, on thl Island to have a
aeparato building for vocational work.
"Hcmokta ad Paaahau, on the" H.
MakOa const, are two other Rast.'Hat
waii tchool to have new building thi
kaa will have; n two-room additloi,to
its "present liullding.. with a separate
vocational building similar to the one at
Papatkou, while I'aauhan will have' k
new one-rooaf arhool building. Ninole,
in. the North Bllo District, I to hsV a
four-room tchool Duitdinjj, and a teach
ers cottage of four bedrooms: j
."'At HonomaRSu, in the Kolials Dis
trict, we are planning for two. rottngos
fo-teacher, eneh eottaire like the one
t Kinole, to bo' rooiplete with four bed
rooms,' big combination dining and Hv
fng" room, bat,,. iocta and kitchen.
These teacher. cnttaet will bo duplW
ratd whh one -at Makapala. '
JPahnla, , Kona-waena s,nd Walme-i
erw oaclt tO' JiaW.'a one-room addition
to their wchools.l' '' ' ' ' ''r
OfHale: CompUnventsd '- ' . f .
"I sm, not mire t but I'hsve fHi
yon the complete 1it of all; the schools
that are to have 'building mrirovemente
of one kind or another," said P'roeisbr
Kinnry. in conclusion, "but tbee are
nil t recall to memnrv. and hf list Is
In my bag at the wharf. The clerk of
the eoontv would he able to tell' you if
I hve left out anything.".
And. then; just as he was1' lesviv,7.
Professor Kinney paM n tit r-l;Ti'
t the board of snnervUora, the, county
OffeWs sad Hawaii itaelf, i -ft, tiaiH ;
"This island ia rV be eongratulated
on th personnel of the hoard of super
vWnrs and count V -ofneinW!' hif their in,
telHrent nndrHtsndlng nf the eoOnty't
ueeA.' and In their united elTorts to
work toeether for the nresent good and
the fiifur -welfar 6f the entire County
Hawaii." . . ,
generaX'priSVfor' ' ' 1
: maui school gardens
Th childxoii'i 'gardeM oommittoe of
(h Maui County air 4 Kaeiog Uso
ciritiou held a meeting Weuuemluy
morning for the purpose of atran((iui;
for the second and .Urd lrtsou woi)
by the children i the ruirnomttotitiba;
suys the Maui RewkU ' VWlUltti, 6f last
Kriday. On account of the fact thnt
the winners' have its :ihflhe( of awite
up to cortaia value, and the vrk i
volved Io pletihlng everyone Is corisid
erabV;, tte'Jutv ' dj'Ud'td' b'etwe-W
several members, each being jivea a
bunch of the prize to look after, It
it tboighJOhat ali'of. Ui uctsfui
0011 testa ate -will be, rtiacbed '. is,' tbo
course of a few days. ,' ' ,: '
ThisVworic woiOd,' fcrdioaiilyi bare
devojvod Vpoii- Mr, Ma(hw, k 'dec,
tor, liut 1 bo 'wa leaving 'that even
ing fisp the city - le : requested the
comutttSe. tj ..tak(.-t,oyfrj; y, .'
BIG ISLAND SCH0OLH0TEST
Mis Wary Kllloth, a- W tmiiulaad
teacher, who arrived in Hilo last, week,
haa been, assiniied to tho llouumu
rk-hool. t
. ; ., v
Father Illutej-t. secretory 'of the or
gauiatiuniCOmmitteo of the Bod.'Oross
drive, requettil nil the teachers Of the
Big Island to instruct their pupils to
boj;ii aork 011 t hp. campaign St ouue.
Mist Juauita
MbIvLs , is to be the
uew teacher at
ti-hoOL 1
the Kurtistowa Hibliu
The Keehia Hc.hfol brUweet'.ISaiiUo
and tloknlu tins boen slosoVl, a 'there'
are su few pupits ervd by tbe'lnati
tut ion. The I, u riding Wilt probably be
sold for tho lusubet that' if j a. it."1
Mfts iieriln Ilea Taylor. ;ser vis
inf' VrlriW of fhe"K6tia Kh hud
1 Kobala Hubutils, visited in Hilo -last
week as tut guest or Mr. and Mrs.
W. 11. KLipmnu.
, r.'" 11 V" " 1 '' -
OHAAIBEEXAIN TABLETS.
'Hiese Tablets ere jiitendo.l especially
for disorJers of tho 'xtoSitch. liver iin I
bowels. If von lire troub'el with heurt-
burn. indiiitiHl i.Hi or ou-tiputiou ifa,y
Mill .lo you f;ui.t For tale by nil doul
t t. fteiixou, Sii'ilh a Co., l td., a.i'iits
for lluwuii. Ad vc rtiscnic'nt.
for 1 Crdall tnerttbern. Among
At that , Ninole.: Northl HU,
Ctpw membership. In the Nh
mean, riawaiian, vnincac, japa-
the future
t -
r n
'f i
i-'rv.
t i ,1; .
Sergeant Keamo,'N. 6; H Sets
fine ! Example. Tp Other
Institutions
1
The Pnpaikou Bchool lVewa for; laat
Monduy it still of a batriotie, trend.
Teachers oud pupil of other school
will find interest in tbo item the laat
number contains, tho following being
from) that Issue; ,' ' ',
The present editor are. now ready
to Vetiru BNid let others take fan the
duty of 'editing' the NCwt. Thoe who,
win pe ruosen snouhi Dear in mmu tkat
the suecest of .the Kewt dennnda on the
VIM
iVe. .This School iss the oiivilcoe
bkejpini jn; the wo.rlc vby caavaasiiig
subscription! in; ripaikio. and In this
w
rorfc, it ;1 competing with1 the neittb
Jtfttg eehbol at IVpeekeo.; .; JTb Bed
b
Cross Chapter of Hilo .'.ha 'offered
p'rixe 'td the boy orgin who obtains
xne- greatest numoer or tuoscrmtrs.
We think it was kind bf them to of
fer' thia,. but th most of ti the prise
ipt.rmr, object, tve are working tor
tta j;..od wo las do regardless of
irard .' 1 ' ' "-'' '' ' v
It would take volumes, to tell all tiat
the Bed Croa doe to he3p this wjar'-'
torn world. We know a little bit about
it and thi makes us willing' to help- in
every way we ran." We are' trying to
reach every person in every port ' of
Pkpnihon, explaining to every one we
meet the reason for the'drlve, and then
jrive the people the" opportunity to do
fhe'ir share. Prosperous Hawaii should
bo willing to rend the purse and poor
out 'Hollars for the Rod Croat of help
11 nd hop, ' 7
Hhall we be mote tender with r
dollurt than with the lives of, our aonsf
www
MiUtary Tralniog
The boys rom the fourth ".to the
rlgato" 'erJei'Uncluise, are bring in
atroMe4 Issl, Jnilitary trnining. Hr
Henry Bleamo. a sergeant of (lie bn
tioSBj li asrd. 'is' thie'tsrlriictor. The
smooth, Jsyel ground between the two
Chotol imiWitrgs Is being ised tbr ttilt
ilohiose,' Tbk .bpyi VSrsi drilled for
twonty-flve minute every Mondny
Wednesday and fYlday." As tut work
ha jimt brw,vthi? bm t ( nd 1 rather
iiK,y,S0,r ttCt-ai. invnrm
Militory drill i heWfut in mnnV wtys
ItteapieS tM.'tHrys, (0 'csilty themselves
nn iii(i r oocji cmuptiuii lumaniiy.
Theni tod,. If 'ouv country needs men
SS4 tey bati" k4a ntllrbjiry gaining
wheji (hey m ty, they will e bet
ter "prepared to tervo thv'r country '1
ran man those wtto ave had na trafa
iug. V', . tl
I' . . . ' ft
. Psrdisat ili-rt'il'r Wrttlav of the-obn.
ditiona ia ifeagtom.iswysit "Tw yoora
ago, it waa denth ' jUtTage, firesbut -it
, waa war: itsUsy.M Ja s longer war;
I it. is could eulcuUtjon, intentioSal Ide
! atrHCtMn. tM wtetory of force over
rifht, - the ebasemtiut &i human per
oility, 'a ert' of detlanre to human-
it v.
"1
I 1 ,
, . J tr 1 1 l. - J" PH. ,C a the. perpetration
1 of this arieutiilc uovairer (11 our miilat
were -it postibU for. the Idoodv beHsti
of Huiitendq jprsde 'merioa!' What
tuuM-iao 4Mild ar waiting t make
the for the protection and relief of
itur'Hekr" onoo!1 lars'you going tl deny
help1 In,' 'talk 'tour "of need aud1 allow
ft-'IO go down in history that the dm
bBj 'rksJtur1"'''is,'lsup(rior t Pur
itKlAff" h, -(I' l of 1
fte' loyalf help' Civ ilized catite, and
berqipeja anesntwr of the Asserican Bed
Ciot; "'' T V-. Ihi i, an
:r .fv ill Si 111' 4 Hi, i !
Mr. Htlnry V. Ktuilfy,' 'iSperlutend
ent t)f pubjir inetriieUoii, visitrd our
school "SAd,' from 'what we have learn
ed, pjaa rf ou tho msv for ureal im-
inuve
liueuts at our. tchool.
's s
Another visitor was Dr. I.. Sex.
timj , tM!iui, th '.cyos, throiit
uiid teeth of every pupil of this aehoul
trul hi i-lnateil liilt children. It wal
fome job.
Mil
L
iTftRniiinit nnirrrni
Ai.rpiiyudbiiuyt
editor aithrill3j, dolrg their, duty. ,
"ill'' 'f ' ''' 't?- "5 I'r !
The f rrthotiasm bf khe'scliool is' at
t centered about the Red Croat
ese oalk at
Orientals Anxiotis To Comply
With Reouiations, ,feut
Face Hard Problem ; ,
The I'K-nl Cliinej tmtekora' aad perk
d,a)ef eir jtreatly prrturboiff 'over tho
iutrkJeH alurday regulatii a Of the food I
utlmiairtraiion. incy.tln out tee I
they, tan dbeere it, ad yet they
mot with to run, couater1 to tho wiahee
of the Waithlnfctb
, . The Cltiaeac are the
uork la the common
and dunk are praetic
err roteji by the Cbineae porialatton,
and of these pork it the favorite.
8evral of then have been, to the
Vnevl.tirtiee of the, food admialatraUrm
artth their problem, .but ao.practieaJ
aid hat been Klvfn, aa thero io no - ?
thority fr any actioa daring the b-1
senoo of J. r. COald la, Waakiagtea.
They have been promised that fhe q act
tin win be takes wp on hit retarn.l
The manager of a largo CUaeae mark
et rsme to Miss Dutot at the food com
mistlon rooms yesterday aad wished to
know what could be done for th Chi
nese meruhant and resideata, at konohl
fat ehoy. their New Tear, which ia rp
Idlv Spprenrhlng. I
"Pretty soon happy Wew Tear come
i foturdnv aad Ssdav thte.".'
h told her. "aad tbea what to dot
Chinaman no ran eat pork, Mo eaa hsva
hrippy New Tear. No eao buy porklon
Hntnrday, then no pork ran eat j on
undv. nd no happy Now Tear iny
time this time." ,, ' i
tt Is rt real problem for the Chinese.
fr manv of them rllrttt 'elbselr ta Brav
dition, arid to them the eatirig of pork
art their New Tear 11 almost a reilinou
rit. It U cortainlr a teeular rltef of.
great importance to them to hive all th
regular dithe with, whicv they - have
&n ccpstmed to eelebrat the -festi-,
and although In, th nkaia oledieut
and . patriotic they would feel -deeply
aav deprivation at that tlaie. I ;i
: Th Chinese New Tear will eonte be?
for th. return pf J.;F. .Child from
Washington, .to that there will pot be
time tut Kim to take: aay action oa tbt
msttor nnlesa bv rnhlo. ' ' '-, ' ,
The remits r woehlr -observaao Of a
fVatsrday is also s bard thl rJ to
tho Chinese population, tnost of whom
are. na,id on Hatnrdar aad make tHeir
purchases of jork for th Sunday boll
day at that time. ) a the HaUUand tf
ntxiitinn ui not nflticed because or the
relatively (mall proportion of- Chinese
but H it1 decidedly noticeable la Ho
notuln. ' , I
The Chinese as s whole re wuHur
od rcdy to observe the. regulation; of
.fod Sdreintstrs.tlnn. bst they lay;
hSt tt ja As fxeeedlngly barq (thlhg wn
them te have toaJtc Ietrfay.tlte1
porn less day, , it ta pnneioie timt.sotm
-thee Isv miirht Bo" art Sot 'tHom a fie
Object of' "Well
Assault.-
r
JP-,(a1o
tVArtlIN4lT6N.-vosarr
t r ,
riatod : Prl!)-yrho? i.ltirwa rclwlt Win
Irod : on' the Amertesn . gusboat Mo
twrtcy were' alien tod by. the' return Ire
of tfto jrMbosrt, ,scsoilrif to a.repor.
rcrtttved . hot ' f rtm lieut. U. .-P.
liryAa cdBiraaaa'ar af . tb vessel,
British warship that 'are nam ia '
trolling the Yaairtso -Kiang was tli
b ject of a , well directed attack.- Bit
aiorenau vessels ; ana two wsrsinp,
Save. becu attacked by the f'hiispm
eceo'tly, they . roport. The Britisb
warshipa now aaaure unumlested trafli
otvihArivsri', .n,., ... .
iVlKIO. Jaorati. January 22-p(peial
Oabl to Xippu Jljll-r-Uany Japanese
u Tokio, are protesting ti gal ast tae're
-, ut actiou-of the United Statea in
fnrolag Japanese to' trait two month'
for patsport. ? ' '
Up to-a abort time ago consult' in
Yokohama: 'Kobe 'and Nsgaaakl wre!
llqwed to endorse passport' after vii
eek' notice. This, was dose upon
nretentatio or . teres pnotogrspus,
t'nder tl)0 new ruling Jatisneae ho
winb tp go to Hawaii or the mainland
mutt spply ' ' Is trrltlng- directly! to
WathingteS, ' 'This ptoeedurs requbree
tno months at tba very leant, accord'
lug to Japanese of thia city. ' i ,
Th Americaa eubaaay in Tokio
but nnouned that' the new tnove i
1 war meaaure aud I not a dUcrbms
mition against Japaawse. ... fhlt rub
ing i vory important to Japanese, snd
it is thought will greatly interfere with
iimlgratieti,
1
3 LANS ALMOSt KtiQX FOfl
H
NEW BIG ISLAND SCHOOLS
County Knglneer A. 0. .Mf heele ha
'in very buay for the post lew day
1 rawing up plan snd peciftestions for
lie many uW schools whish art to b
reeled throughout Esst snd West IU
ill In ths immediate f utur; syt nhs
I1I0 Trihane of Inst Huudsy. WhtB UiO
l.int, which are nearly all of standard
v pe, am ready, tendet wilt'ta'adrer
ised for the work. ' ' 1 ' 1
(n Kast Hawaii there will b sltbnr
nlditloual rooms Tirovided, Or sew
-.hoollionsos erected, at tho followin'gt
ioinis: Bosnia, rinoie, jionomu, rt
liuikou, Paauau aud Honokaa. In Hilo,
,,n Pioolo Htreet, a new six room school
kill he huilt , I
III West llttwnii ths following school
.till l,e either added to or constructed
us new: I'ahula, Konowaeua, Waimea,
lioiioniaku aim lakapalu.
adminietfation. 1 ...
laret atr of i ,.lv,V.L Jt 'A 1'. "iL
ity. Pork, rhiriarn. rinua an; ouierry voia i nermo
ally the only meata i mttur '. Ponietorinn Prirfu fin.
j ; :r "I
Directed I
mm m m in
ill! I tl IbVI. VaVa.y I- IU t
PASSPORT RUUHO
t',1, ;' ' . I t
s w;:r,A::Es
a ' l. a j a
i "' vl,'. l -VV-rr-rr, , ; ,v ,
Major- Clark ise To, Height of
More Than Six thousand Fetf
In Macbirw Recently Received
OFFICtV'ti)oKl)OWN ' : K
leaistermg Forty.
'tjreeSr;But fiW Htiles In Air -
flooring anile hlRh, -nifh thouitnd
foot to tiiare at tlmaa above that eleva-
Uon the armv't flrnt modern eat!aao
aaelgaed for service In the Hawaiian
Island made its Initial ' flight sbove
Oahu yesterday foreaoos, piloted by'
Major Harold itl Clark, V. S. A chief
of the Mixth Aero Rqnadroa, observed
by the force at thiiaval slat Ion and
Fort Kamehamehs, ssd t,by,,eivUians
who throaged the .Roof Ooren tn Ho- .
no'idu to ware a t he black speck riso
and deocenn: ',',-" ," 'r.1. Nf ,"''.''
The'lnrfruments (n the' Sat Treinr,lil
an rlevatloa of alt thousand feet St :
the' highest' point Of the flight, but no
instrument went aorded to inform tho'
aanng omcer mat at mat height tno
air wa bitter, cold. . The instrument '
gsv a record of about forty degree,,
an att04indin.il1 difference in the tear-.
peraturesn land, which wa then about .
eventy-two .degrees, . , . ' -' . '
JVrt Itssi.Tsat, ,., ,....V'-.'i;'-V''. -
J Shortly' btefor tear o'clock tins ses
plano lose frost itr tneorkng p'ae aear
trat'-navsi station. It -waa - th first '
fims tas sraft had bees put into mo
Uaa for a roal test.-,'Th motor hum- ,
led.. "sweetly, "- so tbe iavisvtor say,
taw propeljer yrorkved ..smoothly and
with auch rapidity that It appeared to.
Im SaIv at .liwnU. fihs -sf Miuir. . Th
Ian gradually arose from tho water
drtaoe Sad toot to Its own w trigs. No
effort 'was man' by itho-ssar to fly to
tay disanee from his' base, bnt oa wide
sirele thS'SMehiuO m and rose until
't breams a speck, ia b Sky,r'V
For forty minute bit. remained; up,
testing ths mtehiae under vsrious com
djtlons. of asceat and dew.pot, bnt at-,
tempting no '"ttonti" of an aerobstin
nature, .which.' br, now ." war. tntt"
on u urppeaa battleftoQta.. i ; ; '
.The Baertssfut flight was a source of
plrssure to the' major,-',ho ay he
would rather fly any tints than drive
aa -auto or apevd ia a motor bot.t. -s'The
sigh'fnihtt feotuy wf the entire
light m the fart that while, to lands
w, ,thor appear ; to bs .otroag. con
trary and icoairadic'tery Lnd currents
ehanaeling through tho-eanj-ont from,
tb JCoolaa Jtountalos, the air is com
perstivWy uooth and J even. ljove.
Plying pp".ttMrv4s Mpleatnrableu. end
fives, the -fly'' every ) ojportwoity to ,
work his' machine . out to determine
fvrg variety , of .movement uerceaary
M jaakttig rt tSspoad. eiactly .to each
shift.-Of H. leverai .'.V - '.' ' i t, ,
Rainbow BonoigLhi t . ,.rt- ' ? ' --
While at tha highest point; the major
Witaosssd aa, serial eshibitioS -which is
seldom tteeorded to these who' live clot
to terra firms.. .-CWis-itwtJsiu'ateil
-," lied AitiOer Ifnfc. Sn4 .then
SeeVll.,Tiubow prenrodfc the major
'nok'nc dos'n ufvas tv bow. of the arch.
TV tw riatatie-srd eld ntream
id siswnwtved ajt4, iay tfronr Jiimj just,
he tTr , Xh4.tfi"t from the land.
-MnM Olark, was . psTtlrs'orty, im
iod with the b:bsyir- of, tho air
item nd ttidfthst for, flight tb air
eoad Wen U Hawaii appeared, to bo
fas bottor -then those esoouwtcrcd at
Mam Aftswis, Texas, ; tl .ensooutered
- few paffs aroh broke seettont in. the
currents; but these wore of tis 'eono
quence S far ss bis flight movement
were oneern'U loTi is sa Aatonlo
n air falrly,;j'bo4s" SSd-M pockets."
-rll'ng for a tmpleto msstery. of tho
maoliine to operate It safely, ; ',',' (. ..
rT.all T - a.M - ... ' . ';'!.- .:
Haa nit. in Jdsfcw Clark opinion, is
ust right for rlgh's. Other flights
will, be naderteken frequently, and ia
he near future ths arsjortsrill tsks up
one of his meo.";' ;.--y': ",.;;"
Major CTnrk Is wis of tW youngest
msjora in the service, and recrired hit
first rSBimisHioii In' the amy bnly four
ecar ago. , , Ho was appoiutxt first
lieutenant of - cavalry : on March 13,
I TBI, tit wss tiorn to 'Minnesota end
was eOmmiasioned from Califnruls.' Ths
I rns jor, ha
-only, a fo
few. wf,is.1
MAUI SCHOOLS TO
HAVE jNE W CONTEST
Vl'f ' ' " -'i ' '.
All fkl SchwA k-hlldrtjn- on Maul
have entered upon aa interesting con
teat, says th -Wailuku Times of last
Tburadsy. ThrV ar to writs komposi-
r in.. Aa "'ijuiai imu 1 .anaervarinn -
Th . schools , : aro divided Into Sight
groups, and each grade 'la each group
will bs o (Tared si' first; seeoad and third
prixe. '.These ars offered f of the best
thought 'snd the children "are srged to
consult their parents for. subject mat
tar. . The Contest U ' Orenarstrn-t to
ths ''drrv" for th signing of ths as-.
nonal food pltrtfjoand.Jt conducted by
the Wosish' Food -Virtiservatroa Com-
miatlos with the goaerous Sssistsdcs of
ths sohooi offlsiai and. tcer.
. 0 AH (J ANS VISIT KAUAi ;; -
'Mfu Maurino rlaautoa, formerly
teacher at Koloa, but at preseat teach
ing at Puaahon,-: and Mis .Helen
rtchlmmelfertnfg, who i ' teachlnif at
tb. NOrrdal, returned to their : duties
last week sfter tpcndihg tholr Chritt
ma holiday m the guest of Mr. K.
Boeadshl,- of. Eleele, say the Garden
Island,. Lihus. Ktual, pf"J.iuisry 15.
TV k.CA. k. rAhni'l.
turwedr t samime their duties. Mrs.
fcoeaJahl gave .-a tea In honor of Vis
Bam ton, to which aigny formor fr'Snd
were invited to renew their fgimrt ao
quslntanos, '
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