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; i v.. -. JTWATIAN fJAZETTTt. TUESDAY FEBRUARY.' 5J918KU-WEFKLV., 'i' j V 1:; : v ;;-,' "V,V .'.V. T?T?
r r cf, Estate Al-
i L .. li..usai.J Ul.ars
Is 'C2;To Uimsc.i
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' ': J. K. Kalanianaele has been
tlvt'i-ntlant , in .4 suit, brought'
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i,i-t Jii irt i y John
V r.iti,- 1U
i' .A)i an tonimiMMom' ik jy
fii" Trrtil o ifpiiilerpd i )" iim,
'lufly A raining fundi fur the
'.' ' 1 Dr ertiv l filpd 'in the rr-
irt." 1 Ctiltiurnl iilUtji-s fin' rtirrne-
tin iit l tn iM'H ' Bimwtf nd KuhiO, nriil
h ; ' tliat the l'irnte kas ciii!el
tn' I' vii npi t i Artf ol iui b' gTi-
Bi' i. ! H.'.VK J: Vi M.. -. '.1 tl .". (
: '..! ufrt fitoii i liUl 6f 1'nrtii.nilBM, n
. Iit f y that be'ehnrsed two prt-ciHit-
rounui.i.tiftrt liii the tuoda he r
tanppcl tt be loaned to the rrincfl, he
kavin'K fune out trt pi-t the n)Oucy it
tn 4irert6 of the Pride; " V
,,DtUj tioani Secured ' f ' -
) He eya be eeeared loani aiaeunting
lo 112,700 bn which he tbnrgad two
nrcnt. rommUaionii, one if the lomfri
fielng from'j. I). Holt, truitre;'an6thnr
Tro'm Centre frooke, two frnmiW. K,
t'aatln, od from Annie IT. Holt,' three
' from the First .National Dank- n) one
-from HenrJ Waterhouw Trniit Co.
t.Thca he charged $300 for. decorating
the ToyaL naueoleomy and 50 'for M
turinjr 4 loaa td eome royal '.ordrrn
out of pawn ia Waihington. . For re
eoverifig a dinkaOnd .rlot br the Pv!b
' e on- Waikikl o4d.ii lColbiirn et
V i I it'..' v wwi. u i v'laiKV. -i AAV vnarMmj
; -- fiuu lor (ruing 10 ivauai ana ittiog
up me rnxiy or x. riiiOi, tvanio a ratn-
,. er ana removing teem ror interment
elieVh.ret KUher eHflTgee and tie iterar
ware.' .fonowaj'i" 5..tt w.
I Other Chargt Itmiaed .'. - ' . ;
. . AaeiattnK iir defending, suit regard;
I- ing a billiard tabl foat Auttratia, at
v raojring aetttttmenti for tame and bor
, rowing Money: f rota J. M. Doweett to
- . . jodeiaeat and exeeution; $150. Aa
, erafintT in defenno of. eaita Of Kieter
Albert! n and Stella Coekett. t
' . eaeti, 'aSOft, 'Arranging aettleiaent of
1 iadehtedaen of defendant ' t Kapio-
; ' Unl Eatafu,' Ltd "wleVebr defendant
ir ak mved beiirg eold batv'J iolinp
.i.ikju, at a pereent, aiWHl. . ''
. Seeartnor loan from Bilfcon aV Co. to
, , bay Prlnee David 'a ator.a- la" the Ka
piolanl eetate, 7000 at ft percent. 350.
; v Arraitging- U bay-; CUW, .Aahford't
. ktoek 1 Kapiolani aetata aad aeearinn
inoner with wkieh pay him,. 150.
. reenritig loaa from Mrs.' B. M. Allen
;'-,' paT execution taken ont la actior
. ka favor of Stella iCockett defendant
H300. fceeoring loan front Cecil Browr
. a abort votlee to. vend., defendant to
Washington JQ.-C,' 4000 at 6 percent.
s- ' 200. ; . - " J? i .- , 4 ; - .
'-Burinj up .thi(atoei, -of Prinwaa Abt
- tile Klwaaanakoa In Kantnlanl F.ntnt
f i T 1,1 ...1 u. . l. .tl...
ratoek fit aaid eatate, T000. ' Securing
land at Kaalaa. from Kauit ;fr d
fondant. flOO. Beenring land at Kaalaa
"from Kehfpaina, flOO. i Arranging bu
. " rial f Ijianni, Kauk and Muolo. 2tHV
,..AfOolnatrtiaa Fraoetaco, upon cable
V Ol, defendant Jan. 7,1 1013,-to advise
s . with defendant f about certain of hi
conduct at Waehington, D. C. whereia
. aerepuant tecaiae indebted to fj. 8
Sea at or Owen for MOOO," 500. .4 ;
, Calleettoa oi evidence, advice, arraag
- (eg for the employment of and employ
.lag attorneva, arraairinB for aa4 aeeur
Irur fundi to pay retaining feci to the
- roilowjng lawyere, to witi Measrs. With
, i-afttOav Cathcart ft l.iBlitfoot: and otk
, jr,,wo-V? in; preparation, of 'the, ult of
- (lereadant 'ajrainat ner late wajeaty Li
. Nuokalani, aad truetkea, $1500. it'.,.
Further airing ' 4f the traaeaetlona
wherein it ia alltnred Delecato Jonah
Kohio Kalaalaaaole cam into control
of praetieany all of the toek bf the
Kapiolaai Estate, as well aa the dis
agreement' between the; Delegate and
John F. oJbnrn following .which the
latter', resigned 'aa manager of the . es
fete, is expected as the result' of a
bill fas accounting and dieeoverr, which
. Ml beca fUed ta oircuit court "by Col
- hHTo aa-aiast tba tsstatef- .
Win Tliowaaxia Owing V
Colbara, nays lu his eoraplalnt, that
in 1S9B ha' wad" appointed manager of
tbe Kapiolani Estate, and that as aom
pensatioa he' was to receive five per
eoh of Jbe Income of. the estate ant?
Mlee-of Hi) fflronorties, af fwell at af
a pereVmlage of all loans siecored bV
bln foil tha eafate. He asys he acted aV
; minever until November, llfl, whec
' , ha resigned. ' In -1903 'tha estate
ra Indebted Polburn. he says, i
; , "jot, of 'ULl93,0 wblnh wajr paid
. Although ha drew money from the ea
. tata- ta Intervening years he elaimt
there ia still nearly $9,000 due h.im.
Th'a tack" of aeV-fogelher spirit on
the Inland of Kauai la charged up with
the failure of the fcovernmeut to net
tie the water question In jtatemcnt
made by Governor. Pipkham yeaterday.
"It there iai any get-together, ea
the part of the .peoblf of Kauai the
water matter would fcaveibeten settled
eve two yearg agoy but there is none
that I have aeon so far,.' said the Gov'
eraor. ',' i v Z "..""A
u ..'Thp.gtiveriira'ont Joly recently' got
Control of the lands knd waters of th
Worth fork of the W'aiiui River, gad ia
doing its vory best to and some snlu
tlon of lh conservation and dUtribu
fiiin-of that kwatetj' That a pleirty
Of hyft.oinbefHeenMheTe.nith bank (of
Be north fork of 1h' Wailua and the"
avrth bank.'of 4he Anauola fiiver to is
rigate all tKe laad tetweea those banks
f nil. rw Hide, tM-serea -of fovaromoat
land.beMNid 'the AnabuU Kirer,
"Bub the-watcf must' be-conserved
and Imyouiided. Many Aomesteadera
and people with their own private in
trreats solnly ti heart, diacuss these
Pint tori OB. aavthlug. but a business
baitis. More water has been assigned
r' f roi .the Kapaa stream' than, ruus in
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PRACTICAL VALUE i
.Mother' of . Young .Honolulan 'Will
, Be ' Provided Fop- Despite
" Death of iSokfier Son -
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One of th lri ' tnrtirihl inl 'nt.
tieal results in. HwnH, of tbe new war
insurance, wnich the' war department
r,,n,atpd- every ottirer 4nd . enliitcd
hmn of the army to take iit, and tut '.
x nira, me Knviiriiinrai Mica uenerni
Wieeer to personally supervise a whirl
wind campaign of education amonfr the
men of his command, ha reached Ho
nolulu through (hc rpgvttable death 'of
George K. Dwlght, who had only re
cently, entered the Gas.- and Flame
Corps of tar army at Annapolis; Mary
land. ''.';". . - J.,
The tonng wan, wo wis formerly
one of thf head bookkeepers of lowers
ft Cooke, gave o his position to scrva
hit country, and with several other
young men, donned the army khaki and
Wa sent to .Washington and then ta
nnnpolia for, training. Vhile. pa- a
ri,fle range . he took cold, developed
pneiimoma and died within three day a.
The mother, Mrs. EUoa K. Iwighi,
kHkod. Prince Kalanlnnaote, Territorial
Delegate, to seek information about her
ion' death And, yestortlay tnorninff, an
answer cams back'; from Angus trly,
na secretary; that denth-wns due to
pneumonia arid that, after being taken
'It : had , beoa . reraevei to--the- naval
Hoapital. The body was given a mill-
jry. aseort and waa then forwarded to
laltimore where it waa cremated. Mr.
Srly added that he had seen the young
man 'a eaptaia and the? colonel aad they
were writing letters to htri.- Dwlght
ad tha eaptaia. waa sondiagDwight's
personal effects home.' Everything poa
ibU' waa dona for him, Erlyieatd. He
1 1 so announced 'that Dwigqt died in
tured; .and ithat aa al result a certain
comfortable amount of money would ba
fvatd la Mrs. Dwlpht, thf mother, every
month' ror tha best twenty: years.
' ' Jt. wa a practical autameat of the
jeep interest which . tha. government
takes not only in. the new eivilau sol-
tiers, ant the raminos of tbe young
uen who go forth , to .war.' The war
iermrtmeut, vand ia fact, 'the enfire
rovernment at Washington, ia making
(very endeavor to have all men who
jiiliirt'jor , service-. take oat jnanrance..
Woun'dcrJ ' British" DTfic'eV ?sayj
Spirit Is Kilt As Mdny'As -
')- -Je Passible ihft Escaped ;r,
i iciurcs inai are qrawa or noiuien
depicting bem as iatalista who are la-
different ' to .death.'. Co not correspond
with the - impressions . gained, oo the
French frent by Capt. H. R. Hammond,
of . Victoria, B, who li here recop
crating trom wooaila..' ., , '
. "It seems to me that the effect pro
duced on the. mea. by .their battle ea
-eriences ta not so pronounced eithei
one way or th other; aa maay public
speaker and others are apt to. describe
it," he aaid yesterday at the Moana
bre he will remain, for several weeks
"The, spirit; that I obscrfed at th
lront o tar. Tram being ode or reaig
nation to fate,' was the determinatioi
that they were Koioir to kill, a lot of
Uermaos and were wot going to be kill
ed at all. It strikes ma: that the
things that these soldiers have aceom
pluhed bear ne out ia this estimate,
Unscathed Tore Tear
; Csptaiq .Hammond waa ia the field
artillery service, he v Ins been invalided
home last May patched up .with, a steel
plat " hit bad ana bis back In
teat;--Hff was at; the .front. a little
more thaa a year, ia activcserviee all
the tins and did not receive a acrateb
until the. direct hit from ' tha- Uerman
side which wrecked.. :; tha. biece and
cleaned out most of the men who were
operating it. " He will aot be able1 to
return toha-'front. t-.
"'There, is ml doubt,' f course,, that
the war makes mea 'more serious anf
teada to give them a keener appreeia
Hon f vital things, but I don't think
they wilt be e unrecognisable upon
rir. return ae some propun wnoae view
t have heard boUevai; Kaeh maa hai
his work to do aad he ia trying to dr
It well juntas'. he, wonM ra any othet
purimt. The oniy ai)oipiogicai higmn
cance that is httached to tha perform
uce of that work ia, perhapa, the rug
ge envireament for the rront. ir tbt
rough - life ha any effect at all it i
mellowing. pffeet,'! , . J".
aeea tugna Anead . i ,'-
Aa indication of the ntiffeniag of the
battle' lihe to. meet , the bard flgfatiao
which Captain Hammond' believes aril
ensue with the beginning of spring,- ir
the Tact, that as. Tar back aa May
when he left France, the regular thirty
!nv lasers had beea abandoasd.' '
- "I -don't- think there will be any
considerable amount of hoiiday-takipg
from tbia time on," aaid Captain Ham
mond. "The, eotofttf feW knontha. un
41 America an get men on the line in
force, are recognised ta call for every
ounce or strength that can' be exert
I'Uaptaiu HamtaondwhO la a eon
of a wealthy, manufacturer in Victoria
offered hi services early la the whr
His preliminary training in CnnaA
(ri - aupWment'ed' by instruction I
England before he iwaa .' taken to
France. ' V'.'1
' The military atrength of the tTaited
Btatea in - Hawaii, he says, I a (ur
prise to him, and he will put ia much
of hi time while here 14 visits to for
tidratluna and at. the various barrack
as the gueat of Amerieaa officers with
whom he is acquainted.
Obnmberlaio'i .Cuugh Reniedy hue
beeu curing cougln and folds for. tl)0
paH forty years aad has gaineit in po
pularity every year. What better, rec
ommendation ia roqai red f .For aala by
all. dealers, tienoa, Hiitb, ft Co i Ltd.),
agent for Hawaii. Advt. rl
HAWAll U "Over there" alttady, for Urge number bf 4young; met vhq Artj attached
racial branches of th a'ritiv iervtce have b:eh ierit to EuroDe and from letter recently re
ceiVed from therh, they are in active service. 'Five younfc men are
(..Jllun Mmina nl ir iinnnlt ntr Ttalian front T1
Quihtet'.,; who are now experti at
richt ttoorow) thev are Francis
and William Noble.: f;:,VV:
American Girl ,
Car Drwers Jditi
' WTTH Tprj' AMEBIC AN ARMT Tit
rXnpE,"'.. January ', 8, j iAssoclatevi
Prasa)- American womea ' niotor , ef
drivers have made their appearance in
the kon'e of the army. ' A few of them
are driving big motor trucks for the
Y. M. C A, and are proving their ef
flelency. ': '".: '--i"i ;U -. " ,
Gang ' :. Rounded Up aCid ; Sl6v6n
Caught and Charged With
'''riX't'. Many , Crimes
At , the : end of , a ,' search of three
month Probation Officer- Laal believes
he has' rounded, up h jganj" of, .boy
thieve, and burglars who have been
responsible for moy robberfe. In all jBronoa'e mother of a grown, daughter
seven' arreet kav been, made-,, ave of,i,oro ,nj lucalcil in liawailjamj fho
them late Thursday; Sight afid two yes '.j, cwicr Bm1 proprietor, of a hotel
terday. The 4ve boys arrested Tbura-i at the corner of. Boretauia Avenue nad
day aighf were Jlacoyered in a little.
hut oa the Ala Moan Boad, near the
national, guard target rarlge. '
With tha aaaiatance of Truant Offl
cer OunderaoB . aad ' Bruce HopVina,jniained away for nearly a year," and
Officer Lal placed all the. boy, undor
a I a. jBuuatw tj. exrt.iaia. ea vtwoci
were found Jn th. hut, consisting of
tancyneeaues, several paira or saoes,
canned good, and a quantity of tool.,
Including saw,' hammer
Four of the boy arrested Saturday
ux t:-. - 1 . . .v .
night were Hiwaiian aad on or them
t Japanese. - They are held by tha
fleers as' responsible for ten Small tob
Heriea'of Oriental stores, tome ef thera
In the center of the city, It , is Also
believed from evidence in tli hands
of th officers that they a attempted
highway robbery oa two. Occasions. ' -
The store which have been entered
and robbed during the last .-three
months ar sa follow;
Momi candv atorev Magoea blockf a
awail store .at I'awa Junction; Tom hi
store,' Magooa block ; Imai store, King
and Smith Streets Liliha store; Fuji
kawa store, opposite the breweryf Pa
was store; Nakamura store, King and
Alapal Btreete; store at Punchbowl and
King Streets. ','".!'
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HIGH OVER Cify.
Major Harold M.Clari., 'who has beeo
, , . , . . . ... .;
aroualng Interest almost daily flights
be has been making oyer Honolulu.
tsgea an pnuauai. series or. serwi
stunt ia his, plane yeaterday morning
when he kept half the city standing
with craning necks watobing bim .at
he soared aud dove and pluugad blg'i
in the air. The ' Dorformniice naa do-
dared to be the greatest flight, ever
aeen here. . In the
course of th evolu
(ions of the plune Major Clark attain
d a height pr aouo reet. ' .
he ateenng wheel of auto 'ambulancea' Reading from left t6;
Brown, Fred Biven, William Wella. Lbwer row Erneit Podmora
five llonblii - Boys
rv , 1 ; r a : f it .t'!'.' ...'
unviag AraDuiances ;
dumVet Elcpect e'r to fee .'Sent T6 ,
France But Italian RBverscs
' Changed "Program and They
: Are No Aiding Armlts of Vlc
; lor E'mmanue,. ir;''-" '-'i .
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Hawaii,', quintet club in Europe just
now ia the aanch. of five . Honolulan
wh'g went 'rt to' Waahlngto'n and At-1
lontowa, Pennsylvania, to. trala aJkiim-;
bulance drivers. ,; They are Oaow, iu
Italy, aiding the arfniea of King Em
.1 . at t.fc 1. ..1 tk... ma.a lm. 1
Hatched to Italy.--" :,"v', -A
LUV- UUUViUiii VJ " . m-J v..w -
Ail -oi tnera weccwxper.aui nvr
... . v A. aa-- I .i i.a i 3 Z '
while; here, , aiu taeir laatraewoa ,
manuel' la atemmiafc .the tide of ' the J . ... . . . f I
Tl Vl.".'I-. l-A 41..' Vn't:ln'f,Van' ' m. W - ,'-' 1 - " -M i '. It'
. f 't Vfirf)OQ I f i rilefr Jeet Of a,aew pamphlot Jut iwued.by
;;;When th boy., left here they ex- IVrOCS.X O 1 CC BJJ of BuaiUrdi Departm.nt
petted ta go to Tr.ne, the aM Uahhlt'' Fnfkf i ' W Commerce, entitled "Safetr for thf
altyouthfnl Apir.Uort..t aow,;but 1X00011 ff Og J y t Ho.whold Bureai f 8fndTrd Cir-
;Kn tS5i Into Trenches ftf'
La araaauftii. dcatlnatio. of .4 ? i .?r? .Vt Hi V
en tues mainland in na special wora
of . driving auto, ambulance .baa prob-tleft
ably made them mailer ef.thle method
tThm vonn.r men ara . Francis Brown.
,.., ' vtr-i nrliKM P VAV1. V. .
at 1'odmore, an.l Fred Biven.
ta. A ?.X.,." t J IS.T '
uw; Keeps, Alien,
Japanese Vtfomarr 'Holel keeper
penied, 'Admiss16n:To' T Hawaii
After" Year's Visit To Old Home
Retains Counsel;,. ,y "v
,i - i ' .- i i -!' t
Detained at the immigration statfon
are eighteen aliena. cne' of wham I the
Itiia. woman.- Mrs. Fuiihara Yai.. had
a: I ' - ...... . . . li... lt. m-h.n
she suddenly decided to make long
visit to her native country.- Bh re-
maine.i awav for nearly a year, ana
.1.. . r,rr,. mum r.lKe.1
. . t,, h.i.. allowxl to re.ume
"""I .' - r-"-'
i , , t.. t.
.y her CMd to Washing-
L.,, M fktllipt t0 ba allowed agial
. . ;.; l., .l.iiCThrAP anfl avain take
I "Jv M . . . .
up the management ol , ner uoaoiuiu
1 lln,.iudin- this worn, . eight of the
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detained iiumigrauts are. Jspaaeae,
three Germans, fopri Chinese, . one Ko
rean, one Pole, ami on rlnglitthuisn.. .
, Que, of the German has been held
at th htation since,, last April,, ex
cepting for , a, hort period, while ' he
was confined In the Qahu prison, ba
eauae .he . became unruly,. 11 arrived
here from Chile on .the Ship Geneva
very shortly after America entered the
war.., - , ' "i. i c '.
a...Vl... nt ttix r.rmanila from the
schoouar-Olympie, the German who had!'
JSiiaaiaa 'padrt, an . Italia, naqie
n.l a Teutonic areent. 1 V.tn v .
Th other waa -taken 'from tha 'ew
of the tauker Marioa ChilcOtV short
time ago, after he had wade a num
ber of voyages to and from the Coaat
as ar sailoc before lie v was discovered
by the authoriti. .,
Th Chinese la,m to'h'aV been res
idents of Hawaii many years ago, and
ar beiug held' while their tlaiuia are
nrovtin or distiroved. ' . ; ;
) ..The Polo came hi-re as stowawny
on the 'Dutch steamer ' Rindjaui from
hthe Orient and is held for investiga-
tlow before being a.llowe.1 entry to the
oouutry. The Knglmhnian is another
. ' mU waa takea from the
NiaL,ar last week. Strangely enough,
n some reupwta, the
re is an odd iuti
macy between tbe two stowaway, tho
EiigliHbman whiliug away his time
tem-hriig the other KuroMan how to
read, write and speak Kuglish.
A,.n nf thn .1 una nunc women and the
Korrau have been .lenled aduiiawlou to
, Amerieaa because unable to pass the
- , literary tout, which
require them to
. . .
, icud ami write tuen
eir nutiv laaguase.
driving ambulance for thi arrhy,
KrtnUf ' illAW "Hawaiian
'.- 'V''; ' V'-1
".'l . ... 'r'I
.- ft . T paaaaaaamaamw v V
.HLTCUINJSON, Kansas, Jaiaiary rui
. ' a W . . '. I
j ..-.. . r I
- ? at aa an al ' aanfkAat Martin Ir'aT'f nPtnatti I
"B" H"1"' I
f '"'"'"", "","u' VV" 'VT"
hitid foot of a '.rabbit, to keep him I
fo from the Teutoa. bullet. K. C.l
(KT0P.) f Beck,.. wa known., Kaneas I
nutujefiat and "tabbtt king", of Kan-I
li.a m ,n-Miil Ia Viirniak Avar tfienVA
i . Vi Ik t .V 17 i. V 1. I
, drafted man in the state a rabbit foot.l
-11 i V Y '.''v.' i L" - i i 1. 1
HH Hsl'th Hrhl iVW."'
Kiihio'faiks of Mobilization and
land Affairs But fs Silent
.v On Prohibition .-t
i If.lnV 4 Va' tha Hawaiian
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National quar mnbiii.ed a.a ..iff
th active .force .of. U Uailed State
ariuy wilj fro made by.rjelegato Kalaai-
annole, Delegate f qr , Hawaii, wbea he
roaches, Waehington; the OrteaM hy-
. 'J. 1-' .? '.. i
ing. left for-the mainland yeterday
morning a a passenger ia to steam
aiiip uovernor. i- 'V: . v ft-
Kuhio made no statement of hi 10
tentions with resard to the Prohibition
Vm. V. ..T.1..H. t U. iJll . n
even intimate5 that be. would make ,an
eiort.tp carry out 'hi awn idea for
terntonai .nrobibitien nv ine ".'nomi
territoUi,.pVoh.bitienby he ' V(nnrn I
,..!' .,'t. -,. Irf -n Kaek
1 - " ' - ,
v -' : -'V . ... ."ri.,- u.t.n ; m a. j . ..
thi. AimW of -eommerea reaoldtinn
the chamber of - commerce reaoiation
tw i A, rut.,. 11. briii t. wiUa
I k.'..l,l t. Wh.tatr.v .OT.tiAi.nt ta Imlll
at-the, aatio'aAl capital,'' ' i
It will al.0 be. ii. endeavor tp
curs ppol'ntmeat for Ifawait to ike
Annapolia Nival Academy, v".-.-- "
A to tae national guari) xae,veie
gate -feels that a alur. has been cast
unon the Hawaian guard bv the failure
of. the authorities , to eal it into serv-1 at a, nominal coat of Ifteen cent, per
ice, and is still, (fcteruilned, to Hnd Out I copy frOT-tHlii Buperiutehdent of Doeu
who threw a "mohkey, Wrench in tlment, GnWament Prlntiiig Office,
iilsi'BiurrT pun preveuiu ine guarw mar waahinguili '. tit-
Uliaatloji last year.. : -i'Vl ' '. , ..'J T rV
Another imnortant msUer.V.hlrhl.Vl-iU. 1 ImSJimX
,h .will give attention ia Hawaii' laud
'problem. He believe some federal e
tion should be take to rfmedy rbe
liana ana aomesieamng prooiem in xia
WaM. .- .-..- .
The Delegate went away alone,' Prln-
cesa K.alntnaoIe remaining -in liono
"I. nan shark;" H' i said hake in
vailed Camp Deveus, At Ayer, Jlaaaa
r.buaetta, and lent sums of $50 and $75
to euliated men on $100 Liberty Bonds,
(harguig interest at tbe rate of ten per
cent. It ie - geuerally p: agreed that
"loan sharks" are 'a pretty bad lot,
but in this inatance they are, perhaps,
learn blamable thnu those intruated and
(hurled with the "management of tbe
isntonnieut, and with responalbility for
I '! protection of the enlisted men.
reurers couia not piy , tnetr trade at
Ayer uniue tuey were a noraed an op.
.... ! . . t t .
m'nuany to "y .. .. , v
HonQlulii rvVh6iesaie v Prbd uce i Market
ill i ii I
I SMALL COKETOMZKI CAWNOT
Island Butter, lb. .vf.i..
Kgga, actert, dbzcit .
.63 to .Mi
r.gg, number 1, dozea.,. .
Kgga, Ducka, doxea .
Young roosters, lb. . .-...v . ,
TBafiTABLES AltO PEODUCnS
Beans, at ring, green.,
., M to Jii -
.'... .97 to' Aft '
,, ' .OM
.. X...'.ti, 8.23
.. 12.00 te 12.1S
V : .'. ; . .'-JI0
. ....... t. , .40
.... 8.00 to tJSO
teana, atrlng kx...
Bcaas, Lima ia pod. .
Beans, Maui rela . .
cans, "Jaliro ,
' Beans, small white. ,
Beets, dosen brhe .
rrota, dor.cn beboa.
1. urn, nwri1! iou 4-nra.... ..r, -w . 1
ISO lo 11.00
Cora, Haw. am. yeL.f..,.8.00 t S..o .
Corti.'Haw. Ig. y I.. ..... 80.00 to 82:04'
Bice, Jap. seed.....;.; .;,0.90
t"-,v--.. .. : v:-. ,;. wvua . :,''-'.;'',-'- -:
fea'iiaaa; Chlneae, b'rV.V. .' Jib to .70 HaV.,- Khea raage, lOO.y. I SO, -
tanatiM. Coohtna. bch. 1.25
g, 100 '. v'..i...,'......Ji
Grapes, laabella, lb. w . . . .0i)
Vk- ?. . :,-vh .; -.'.,: 4.'. -'.
. -: 1 lTvX8TOCB - t -
' Cattle and sheen are not bought at :H ve wekrhA They are alaughtered and .
iaid for on a dressed weight basil.
Beef, dreaaed, lb
.r.iS to 118
Veal, dressed, lb .
.,., ,1.1 is ,10
., HXDES, WEX.
ffer.JJo, J, lb. .
iteer, No. t, lb. .
Steer; hair slip . .
t?fr oilowing ar price ot 'feed' f.
ra,'m. yet ton 85.00
Corn, iff: vel. ton......... ..... , eo.u
i. 'lT X fc V . . Mir AA Ll K
a, ig. vei. ton ..' Tiui-iii, iui , ..,.... r -
1, cracked, toa -.'.87.00 to 87D..nddi1n8, toa i...... ..'..fift.OO to 70.00
a,- taa v 5.00'to 67.00 Hay, Wheat, ........ ...82.00 to 54.00, -
1.1 . '. . . .- '- ' V-t A.l ULJ .lklf.ii,i. V-- 11 AA l.'JQ rA
Barter,' to t..;.;.....v....: Tln.
Scratch fooiLt1oai t,,00.0Q to 02.00'
PamptiteK Yelis of Unlvnown'' Haz
' Ardi YfrJ 'Their Abidance
Tl.- . ..r. 41, a 1 . K ...K.
ner which wouuj alTOTda banhKfor a"Pr
. . . . . . . . . . . a a awa
ular edqranon ta ,m tiety tim." ine
dangera v from eleetrierty, : gna. Ir,
lightning, household chemicals, and the
o.w. common raaeek of Accident are
say actual? eae ar de
pur pom is to aid ia re-
needleiw risk and fear, aad to
I ...... 7
develop Intelligent caution where the
f .At ,,tirelr mvoided.. '
. Thfi kaxarda of the, home. av i.
ereksed modera time from, the ear;
Vivasyv avra" .. v a v -
yfe of gat hnd electricity and the use
Of loeh dangerous articles as matche,
volatile oils, poiaoni, ana the line, td
use of energy ia the home neceaaarily
larolvee some -risk which intelligent
plabning and tare will reduce to a
mialMltm. iff Kl- ' ' 'C
Caution aloae 1 aot- enough, kinca
l.fStt-a va -v - . t .
GREATER THAN Ki
. I wODicf ire aiscusnfa mearir in ro-i-
many of the danger are ot even mi- etmmanhR Of a-eommmuater and centn
. -rt,i n.inrn t Sneh unknown ?ral and the poter to flrive thia ma-
aakardt muat tie mana piaia. -too eir
eular emphaaice - the . seriousness, of
-. .1 11.- k '
1 mini nr. mi rim hoe nncm v anuwn.
I five simple eau'tiont, nd -arinv to
fective:. pom equipment te minimi
the tfsh involved, and alfca to.encour-
atre aablie rheMure to provide safety
household fcad e6mmunit. j y.
ft i interided. aot t iacrease fear
0 aecideat, but rather to remove the
cause'! and the Deed Tor antra, ? The
setiW of safety to be gained by observ
ing the cautions Would alone-justify
the eareful stody or thi new circular.
I . i i." y J
I ra, poplar boaehold eireular which
i -' -.-" -, ,
I Safety. TkpaC form Valuable ' ddt
I m bt iuh. w .
I tion by
I literature On household management. ..;
" The 'aDDSllillff loM of life from Void-
aoje cause ana injury to -perron ana
rotertv makfr the namrihlet esneetally
timely. It is believed that' thouaaads
of human -lives could be saved and se-
eidents reduced, to the minimum if the
j precautions ! knggested ( ar fallowed,
I Cotieh of this circular ra ba purchated
Request for Information By Bak
er Replied To In Hour.
(ien. John P. WUser, U. B. A., eora
mending the Hawaiian departaiout, re
plied to tke request of Secretary, of
Wr Baker for Information concerning
h liquor, question on Oahu, within
honr sfte'r th message reached Mm.
. The chamber of commerce resolution
aaking fof a' presidential proclamation
for a "bone-dry" county of Oahu.
went direct tO President Wilson. B
obtained nnf -Opinion from Attorney
General Tregory ef such a nature' that
he TeoueAcd the waV secretary lo aak
General Wlfser for epecifie information.
The general supplied the Information,
OUt owl no nisnn mo
r.i,V.IU Keiair 14' the nature of aa otH
VJLwK IIINrN fill
Clttl answen the aiaclnmires from, Which
must emaaate. if at all, from the bead
of the army department at the national
cspital. - ,
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DfVISlOM, r IVnarwy j
... I i. . i . li i i I if
BTTf AT TBS8B rU0S8 '
'lur.evk, lb. ..;.......;.;. M ti .45
Ducks, Mnecovy lb ....,.,4
Ducks. Pekia lb. :. . . . . ... .. '. .3?
h& te r.Dncka, Hawaiian", dAxeu. T.tl
Rica, Haw.-seed.,...-. ,,.,. . jilM
Peanuts lb. MS to .00
Ore,' peppers, bellAk;.. 'ilB'tO .W.
Orkea pcpiwra, cJiill. ...... 1
Potatoes, Ialnnd Irish. ..O-'Vi toA'H'-
IVtatoes, aweci .'.',;,,,.. :M to 1.00
Potato, tweet, tea t , . '.y 1M to 1.10
Tato, bunch, .. ....... .15
Tare. rwt. m. .Ar.lJI to 2.0")
Tomato . .V r,.,. 07 to
miMiun , v , p v .v
fea pehs, lit. ;.! to .is
fueittnbeTe, doaea .,'..,..., t .70
Pampklna, lb .... fSh ,
Papains lb, M to M '
JUrawberrie' 'i l.-Mtij.fjSli1 to J
Hogamu to SQ pouods...... 1 to
, .18 to.l
.20 to 55,
run, nrwwu, id . ... ......
1 1 il
............ ..13Goat, whit, ............ M to 0
...... . .A , ' 1 ;j ' ' ) ' ; '
"k-.'i even ,j . -.'';.'''';' ' '-
b. Honolulu: v t' ; '".v.t4.
Oats, ton ,.,...........T100 to U.9
wneat, toa .w..... ;;. vt.u'i
WJ 1 J u. It ii . Cft rtA I- ?
Hhy, alfalfa' '.'.'. .UV....iT.ao to 48.00
wiiiib . , ..-wi.w 1. v.wv ,
'r ....',...?:. '. ;
and Grc: 1 Into Fir. r
they rwnisW i!ost tntxpch;; , 2
v and Best $ifty..tute For v; . t
v r16ur',.ForV Hawaiiarr TgIj.'.Jj
? Brid"Shdu1tf fie More Ext:n
; , slvely- Used ' - . ;
i...' 'j ! . ':
(By C'A. Sahr'Aisfstant ftgrbni
cVmiti't; U. S. EAperimen't Station)
6 ':' . , 1. ,- -. .. .... . j
kWJilTo, thd, subji-ct 'of t'lfteing an fia-
ba'rgo upon twenty-Hye to fifty pi nent
of the wheat and tercal : flour shipped
into thla Territory,. I at tbe, present
Urn undrr consideration by, the United
Btate Shlpping Bord, '. placing this
om'maaity upon ; reduced ration Imnis
Wr tnc sTafT'Of life, it la hoped bal the
few fncte vea ,hcre will yenult in an
effort' by some' enterprising Individual
to avail himaelf of the opportunity to
boy and harvest at leant . a few of
maay' acre of fcasWava on this t'nd the
ether. Islands for the- manufacture of
caaaava flour.' ' ' . ...
' CansnVA fTo'or'' ! the chokpegt and
bst snbatltnte for the wheaten prod
ttet -which, may be locally produce I to
hverta .actions "food shortaee. ' i;h
the 'aid Vf really Very simple machinery
chise the large eaaaava roots are re
duced . Into an exceedingly ?flnei pu!
readys t mia with, wheatea f lour, salt
ntt; yee'at. fori baking into loaves of
ftne .wholesome.. -bread. ' ).'..,
Crop to ba Bought ., . A"'y ' ' .
M' it hi a th pa t two months tha Writ
rh attention: baa ..been called to the
matter of best btiliaatlon pf the CBP-va
crop of a twenty-four-eeje field au unto 1
It .the foot of the , Pali Bond he
windward eida of Oahu, Iue ta the in- -diapOai'tion
of . the owner and plimtrr
of 'thf ensshva field, which must puoq
b harvested if utiliaatiqa f the crc
is to tie made, as a profitable ventnn-,
the eurire cron of Voota, whirh ia c..
tirosted will exceed. 300 tons, at fifteen
Ions per acre. Is at tha disposal of some .
rnTvrpnaing inaiviauai a rrnunu uia
figure.- -.. v(-...'vi-a;a .
l; In.vleW Af the-present emergency an.J
Vkrlouh Miatiilea presented In ntilia-
.run, wtne crop a nop or rattte tihi, . ,
the' easiest 'wayto HiinJIe! the -whole. .
r6pokitlon would be to rednce the erfp
f6 a fine flour right m the premiers
Sii Safp'tli proVIuct to Honolulu bak
tries for baking. H t i1- '" -
Will Beploc WHaak'' .H 'i. - "
As a result of eihauktiv'e analytical
work ' relating to tbe mSnsfaetare of '
waeava flour don by -the V. B. i'xperi
aent tttatioa a ton, if whole, roots will
Held thirty-three. percent or CCA pound
f .raaaava 'flaui. and the amount, of
."lour. Which may 'ba ainnufactarrd from
he, twenty f"ur-ar fluid .mentioned J
stimated ,ttt exceed. J 18 ton v. every
ton of ' which will ; replnfe. as many
ton of wheat PS cereal flour likelv ta .
be nlaced under the emlmrco. Other
area of Cassava Ofs a lib r eorrc
jiiosdipg air are to be found in .the
Tetritprir,n4 the.flou'r ihivk.mny le '''
produced from tbee is a, factor wiiii'U
mViat be gtven"contriforation: d '.fori- .
bought la tbe Very near future. The
soar or nroouciton may vary irora one
nd one-half to two tent per pimudv
. From the , ui 't$aeava flour ia ,
biVad making tbe ainonnt of flour ae.
tnallv displacing the wheatert .prolurt
ma Vary from "twelve arnj one half t,o
twenty-five percent ef the entire quan
tity.' for homems.le bread of exceeding--'
IV fair qnality, Honolulu bakeries may '
through the model machinery -ow in'
mA n 1 1 Jul Ka aril. tA iim a toitiea hiirhae -
pefcrltdga bf casaaVk flour ia rl make
bp hf tbt-ir Ktaves. , ' ' - ; ' -,-
ready lo ti-nder' any desired -informa
tion 'regarding uses of rasas va flour -
.oiner man "n oreaa ana i relation te
the' manufacture of th' flour itsilf.',' -.;
- 1 '
v Ftk Pnuwewa was nau.l $1000 by
Judg.0 Irwin aad J. TakenisM,, $25 oa
charge of , dri via j automobile ahila
drunk.. . v , .- :''.-;
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