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HAWAIIAN ,CA2feTT. TtJESDAV MARCH U 1918. -SfiMrWEErtt.V.
Capital, StocK It fully Subscribed
4 ; rtady On Hand; t
REDUCTION OF tARO 1
it v t PRICE, I FIRST OBJECT
Pol Factory Will Bt Rented' an
'' Larflf Acnaoe-Planted i
ByNativei'i .' .
Witk tbe SJrf'tX t&e United Ha:
wiitent! AtntlitlM fully i subscribed
h ft considerable part of tha CMh l,
. ree,dy,l hJ, jltme L, Holt, member
qi, tV Board pf directors, Vm alerted
Ut t epBiplet;. one of,, .the main pr
pose of the association,, the clearing
ap af the taro situation ami a tm)u
tioe of the price of pot, tke Hawaiian
4rHolt announced (ant night tha
it baa, beea decided that the aeeoela
tton will not purchase the Kalihl Po
Factory at tji. preheat time, bat wilj
i.t'; tk1; property'; . together wUk- U
btrtct Mtr kea4 put all avail
able cash into, the purchase of taro.
The awMx-laUon' ' ow ha the offet1
of 110,000 bag of taro from the Manor
district and. at least that quantity al
dltiboal ' from other part of the It!
land. ' ''.. - '
Mr. Holt announced last night tha"
a large part of the plan of the associs
tlon la to rehabilitate the native o
the Iklahd ant return them to th.'
land with tbe financial barking bf thei
ewa people. That the association, on
dev-thl prdgraVwlll be able to ae
core worker for tare lipids which an'
now lying' Idle In spite of unheard o?
pricaa-fee taro, la hii belief.
Mot Mo4 U ercbaau
'"Tea Hawaiian know how to rai
taro aa well bow at ever, and if thev
hare given ap the life that appealer
to thenvaad whiek they understood, i
wa because they were outclassed bj
traders by .the Chinese .and Japanese
who fame .to their shore, " said Mf
II ft It ' ''Tha' rsiturk nf tha 4VW Is
duatry among the Hawaiian la traee:
able to the aame eaunea aa their failufi
aa fishermen. They foubd themaelve'
no . piafeh, for Chinese and Japanese
inerrhait U wKpm- they ad to anl
their product and so they gave up 01,
account of, the fact that they eoul
make, oo 'money oat of their' work
With' the financial barking of this ot
gtfnltiktioa, ,ttiey wHl' go Wk to th
tend b4 to the BahiBB. boats, ami on.
iavestigatioa ao.far roovimea as that
we ea,n go ahead with that emu ranee.'
fh omSWi4JHrVibmn ed th
lnetitatioi f - the taro - problem
head - reporta: that it Will 'foH1 rod
SO to A7S bar acre to ftTow-taro. ba-
that this arj-e will yield from 250 W
bags, wbieh ia worth ti.To pei
lia;R tThlt (, eipecte.1 to make th
atefu'riae ' one which will rAV for it
self from, year to year,. even with )fa,
mrye rwiuoiiun in nm pnro wdicd wu
b broaght about by- Akm control 1 o
tan and pol whieh the Hawaiiana ar
planning. It ia expected thai th'
Brie ol taro red be relucet ,tt t(
old KBT which It held a few year
ago and that. lt once more b
placed at diaposai of the people a
seventy-five eenta per hag.
Supply la Assured
The amount whjcb will be paid fo
the rental of the poi factory ba no
yet beea determined, but it 'ia hope
that taro may. be purchased in quan
titles that will justify tbe opening of
the factory by rail. J.aml already un
der Optioa will brgin producing tan
by fall and other land will be read;
to produce a crop in tbe spring ol
1919, ko that the committee ia assure"
of taro to run the mill.
Another meeting of the stockholder:
will be held next Friday for the pur
pose of making minor r.haugeM in t hi
constitution and of allowing ne
stockholders a. voice in certain pro
visions and new plans in conuectioi.
with the work.
One of the hopee 'ot those who' hat
made a special inveatigntioa of thi
disposition among the Hawaiian t
return to fishing extensively, reivor
that they hope something can be ilon
to secure an open staJl in the fis
market where a fisherman may eel
his own catch. Tbia, they nay, will
do much to give the Hawaiian fiah
ermeo confidence in going ahead witl
tbe Hawaiian association aa his upon
r and backer.
Another1 step of the project to estnb
liah a civif center was taken yesterda;
hea workmen began tearing down tin
Territory atablss on King Street op
posits . Kawaiahao Church on tbe cit
ide of tbe Mission Memorial building
Tbe site was acquired some time ago b
the Atherton estate, C. M. Cooke com
pany, W. R. Castle and George T. Cas
tie and the aaln of the building n:
made with the understanding that it i
to lie removed.
Another old tenement In the civic
center district that was recently re
moved was one that formerly stood just
'- a fence from Jh hoacd of-hritlM
hulldlhgn and tdrurfurefc ' of the aarr
rhnrncter In the drstrrt are to coMe
CRASH OF AIRPLANE
SAN. ANTONIOj -Tia, .March 9,
'Asforiateil rre)--Lleut. Leslie
Cluiniller, of HUsdaVe, Iowa, was in
ntly killed today and Cadet. Henry
H nber win slightly injured, in an acci
dent at the aviation IWtd. their air
plane clashing to tbe ground.
hrV.a Smiths Advobacy'of Yreai-
t urn Is PtrionaVarid Not Aft..,
Cpli C (J. MeCarthy, territorial; treaa
brerrtft net the omolhl rndldae of ta
ttawatlan Hngar Planter ' Association
for tho gntaraorshlpr Mpiaina.'W. Oi
lth,.l a, letter to Th f Advertiser,
md hih: (Mr. Resit h ')-.' interest ' la
annehing the McCarthy bmm waa not
is aeeretary of Hie plaatara bu aa at)
Bdivldual. Mr. Hmith writes:
"Honolulu, March , 1918..
"Mitor Advertiser As eeveral state
ueata.hava beea pablisle4 ia regar4
O mv connection with the candtdaey
f Mr. C. J. McCarthy for the position
I f Governoi for the Territory, some of
Men statement are incorrect, 1 wise
0 briefly eta's the facts,
tot Throtak Kent
l'I have net cabled to Mr. Willi
tent, former congressman from Call for.
1), or he ie cabled me; but after
b varioi'iB pnhlished statement that
Ir. rlnkbam was not to be reappoint
d OoverOor I heard from a reliable
fturc that the PresMent did not la
end ,)o reappoint him, and the Uforma
loo came in such a way that jt ap
leered to be authentic and final.
"Thi 'Information, added to the
''nnght : which I had been impressed
Hh 'if fr I'leitham wn not te be
(appointed there was no Democrat li,
ible whom I thought better qualified
nd more desirable for the office thai)
f. w. y , ... v a 1 ii .t .
"Mr. McCarthy has had a number
f yeare' etperience in the legislature
rt aa: rlArk and Inter as senator, and
iBov years experience m the ad minis-'
ration of public afThirs. He ia highly
ispected for his ability, efficiency and
icrsonal ehnrnrter; the only nneetlon
-aa whether he would be available. To
seertein this T went and saw him la
ia office and told bi-m of the Inform
'a which I had received and that . I
as on. Biv war to see the Governor
L nil, talk with him of the situation, but
1 -iahed .to know first if he would take
he office if offered him
,"Mr. McCarthy stated that he had
. -een approaehed iinnn the auhiect bv
there, aot only here, bnt by influential
sea from . the mainland, and that his
. loaitiosi was very clear that he wnuli
ot be a candidate ia any sense so long 1
s there waa any opportunity of Mr
inkhara being reappointed; hut if such
ppointmept was not to be mrwle he
new of no reason why he shoii'd no
onsent to bo a ejindidate. I told him
hat I waa going to ;slk with the Oov
; rnor upon the subject and asked if
; could state to Mr. Pinkbom what he
ad told me. He said I could.
"I called upon tbe Governor and
ad a frank talk with him and he
tated that If he were not to be renp
1 -oiiited he knew of no one whom he
.-ouid favor mora aa hi successor than
t" .McCarthy. Returning1 from .the
Vejrerner'e, ohice I. told Mr. MeCarth'
' he so bats nee Bf what the Governor hail
aid, an,4 laier , be. told me that the
lovernor ha sent ftr him and their
osition relative to the matter was
"Tn this matter I did not set a
"eretsrv of the finger Planters' Associ
tion, Tint wholly tn my Irtdividnnl ca
aclty as a citixen. The asaoeiation of
Vers and members had no. knowledgi
f what I did excepting that Inter 1
ild one of the member what I hai'
"W. O. SMITH."
Vnably Too Lata
foloee) McCarthy made an excellen'
uprewxlon upon the visiting congress
en when they were here Inst fall aii'
both well known and well liVed ir
. ''hshlngton, where his duties as terri
irinl treasurer have taHen Aim. Cm
apondenee from Washlnirton, however
'oeg not indicate that his candidacy a
he eleventh hour la being taken aeri
It is an open question whether th
' Inkham endorsement la of anv help t
Mm, and another whether the fact
hat for some ynre Mr. MrCartln
a actively identified with the lin
or interests In Honolulu will not seri
ualv Interfere with any consideration
e miirht otherwise receive from Presi
'ent Wilson and Reeretarv Ijine, botl
-rohibitionist and both interested ii
I he suceeHS thst mav attend the ennct
icnt of a bone dry law for the Island
-EA VERY TURBULENT AT
, KAHUUII, MAUI, LAST WEEK
Never before in tbe memory of old
kanaainaa ha the sea been ao violent
"y agitated at Kshului as lust. Hutur
lay night, say the Wailuku Times.
'othln and seething like a caldron
the harbor presented a wild and gran :
lght a the tremendous combers tore
ihoreward, lashed into fury by the mad
-torm. rising toward the dark, uc
'urnal sky like huge mountain ridge
rowned with snoW. Bo high were the
vave that they completely obscured
' he view of the light house.
Captain Parker, Who ha had some
xperletice with rough weather iu the
fawaiian water iluring his twenty
liree years residence here, avers he
has never seen so rouph an I boisternu-
I sea at Kahnlui. The wave broke
"iver the fine lleach road, leaving heap
if aand and pebbles In their retreat.
The schooner Albert Meyer broke her
I I oorings and g6t adrift but wus for
uuately secured before the suffered
en,r 4amage The two brsakwater re
maiiled adinantiae, like the rock ot
THINGS WORTH KNOWING
When blankets hsve become worn in
Se center. s they oftea do wheu use.t
in cover "'''en, thav can be nnnle
-ver and will last nesrlv aa long as a
ieV pair bv ciitin through the cen
ter, both lengthwise and rrnsswise,
Vrrim ed-e to eitge of blanket, and turn
agthe outside corner of the blanket
o the center nnd keying rlrnilv. The
seam. may be feather stitched down an
that the appearand! Of tbe blaaket is
PRINCESS' THERESA 'HAVAP TOURIST s
IND1GTEI1 AGAItrThAVEL' KILLED BY
1 i .ii - ' ' vriinnnMrir AKNein
New, Charges of .Conspiracy In
Connection With) Fraudulent
Will Returned By Grand Jury
New charges of conspiracy iu con
section with the faudalent will of the
late Queen l.iliuoknianl were returned
I a grand jury indlc.tirteiit yesterday
against "Princess" Wilcot l'llivesu,
JBV." Ham Kamakaia and James Ke
aloha.' It. is hoped that in the new
tB4lkrtmeht the flaws la the ne origi
nally returne-l that were disclosed by
K successful demurrer are elitninatoil
, In the original imlictineiits the threit
wVm charged with eoaspiracy and fitr
gery. A ilCrtiiirrer filed 'fu the '1 barge'
of conspiracy was sustained bv (Ir
cuit Judge William II. Ili-en slnint a
month ago. i'euiling the trial nf the
Other chhrgea of forgery the ciiiispirncV
; ingle ot the case was again taken up
'Tiy tbe grand jury with the resulting
iiew inlictments. I lie three -lerendantil
hOW face charges ot both forgery and
M.urder Charg Made '
' Another indictment contained in the
grahd JuryV report waa returnen
against Jnmes Walker of the LTdh 1 11
fan try, 'Who is iliurged wllh murder ill
the first degree. Walker is the colored
loliKer who, the Hlire allepe, stabbed
E. V. 'MctJall, a xnilor, on llie stree.'
,000 evwirlng Inst week.
:ln Addition to the indictments re
,.urned by the grand jury, City Attor
Hy'A. M.' Hrnwn yesten'lny fiied with
tbe circuit clerk an information charg.
ing John KckRiiln who Was recent ly
freed Of'B charge of murder in cone
ltb fi aew murder chnrge in the firs!
ileirroe. Ih this information it is af
"gell that Keknuln artacked Lonisaj
Mslupa, a woman with whrtni he yrn
Jlvlbg, and beat and kicked her td
lea! B Oh Uei'emppr x.i, l!M.
Thtee affidavila signed by Knimiola,
Uriie Kaimiola and Mrs. Daniel Ka
nthu accompanied the information
Tlie 'person Who signed the single lining
Kaimiola" asserts in his affidavit that'
he saw Kekaula beating the Woman
I.lrr.ie Kaimiola in her affidavit asserts
tjiat she witnessed the attack and says
'tfter Kekaula had knocked the woman
ddwn be kicked her repeatedly. flu-
say when she sought fo iiiterene, Ke
kauta attacked her.
Mra. Daniel Kamahu who presente-'
he other affidavit is n sister of the
woman who wa killed. Hhe says that"
he was at tbe police station when the
imbulnlice arrived and that her sister
Vas pronounced dend when the body
.v as carried into the emergency hos
Wliert the original charge agnlnst Ke"
kaula was enlled for trial in .ludge
vVilliam 11. Heen 's division of conr'
Ast Woek a nolle prosequi Was entered
m the statement of medical men who
aid they had examined the woman 'a
Kxly after the tragedy ami found sin
tad: died" from hnaif failure after she
bad fallen down a flight of stairs and
had hfn left lying in the rain severs
Ileven Vessels Interned In Mex
ico In 1914 Rotting May
With the arrival in San Francisco re
eiitly of the Mexican steamer Korri
.'n III, Captain Kubio, master of tin'
. essel, brought withliim new of the
ntting away of eleven of the German
.learners iuterued at the beginning of
In- war. in IB 14.
According to Captain Ruhlo, the elev
en vi-.-isi-Is lay deserted in the harbor of
Minta Kosalia, Meiic.o. The crews, af
ter having lieen ordered interned, muih!
1 pretense at painting and keeping
tlicir vessel In shape, bnt they nr
epniteil to have gradually neglectei'
heir duties, and finully deserted tin
SEAMEN ARE ACCDSED OF
GERMAN PLOT COMPLICITY
Immediately following the arrival V
lie vessel iii Han Francisco from Hnn
I'edro iHcenlly, Frederick Humpiust, as.
sistunt engineer nnd llermau Nielson,
Hiiilnr mi board the steamer Alliance,
were arrested, pemlilig internment, af
ter investigations on the part of nava
intelligence officer leading to the ac
imation that tbe men have been trad
ng with the enemy, anl that the
Snve plotted to ship arms and ainmu
iiitlnn to Herman agents in Mexico
Another of the crew of the Alliance
a dei-kliniid named 1.. Bulgaria, i
being searched for bv the Una Fran
i-iRi-ii uutlitiritiee and ia expected to
tie arrested on tue Bin lie charge us the
300 WORKMEN ON STRIKE IN
BUFFALO TURBINE PLANT
Ill'FFALO. N. V.. February 2t AT
work at the Victor plant of the Beth
leheul Shipbuilding I 'nrporat ion lien
ceased sudileuly today when the mill
Wrights and carpenters w- nt out 111
striki-. Carpenters and eloetriciaus have
11 bilti-r dispute among themselves
-m il unpareutly refusing to work with
t he iillier. I he plant is turning out
great ipiiiutities of turhinCH for the
new toipi-lo boat Meet of the govern
incut. Three hundred men (juit work
BUST MEDICINE MADE.
A better medicine can not be made
than Chamberliilii 'a Cough Kcmedy. It
relieves the lungs, opens the secretions,
aids expectoration and assists Nature
in restoring the system to a healthy
conilil inn. Besides, it contains no opi
ales and is perfectly sate to take. For
miiIi- hv ail dealers, Beiisnu, H1111II1 A
Co., I. id., ugents fur IIhwuii, Adt.
v ,ttm I'l'iii 111 1 ' 11 11 1 1 11
Instructions Issued By State De-
partment Over Long Distance
Telephone To New York
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
. , aNcAKS PKOM M CLELLAN
. . lit
Government Objects To Main
landers Visiting the
All person coming to Hawaii from
tha mainland .must liavc pruiapurts, and
ticket, must nut be sold them unless
'hey prestiit lUch nut hunt to travel.
thfOrBtktlua to the above effect, fully
confirming the story published recent
iy by Tft Advertiser, waa received ty
ie 1 nftHitr Of commerce yesterday 11
a letter from Oeorge Aictf. Mc.Clellan,
me chamber' representative in Wash
ington.' Mr. 'Meftallea wrote that tbe order
as issttml ty tue stall- department, and
wus apparently for the purpose of put
ting an end to travel f,ir pleasure.
Tourist Travel Dead''
This means the inum-dnite. death of
what' little remain of Hawaii's tourist
uiies. it lueuiis tnnt Hawaii is put
in the category of a foreign country
and l nut p,wnctive travelers )o. these
island rntrat go through the same for
malities before obtaining passage that
they would hav to put up with if tbey
wanted to go to Japan or China.
The difficulty expmicncad in obtaui
in definite informal ion 011 the subject
earlier, waa due to the fact. Mr. M-v
;1lollan learned, that the state depart,
meat did set oven go t, the trouble of
issuing a written regulation but mere
ly nnd casually telephoned to ; New
York City to the passport bureau there
that alt persons traveling to Hawaii
mast have; passport before obtaining
On account of the fact thst the tele
phone waa used to transmit the order,
there waa no record of it nt the state
Paaeport Bnreatt Evasive
Mr.' MeOellati explains that when he!
enaeavorea to trace down the origin
f the order for passports for Hawaii
bound passengers, he found the PBS
port bureau evaalve.on the subject. He
inked the assistant director of the mer
hant marine. He found that both the
"aclfie. Mail Hteamship Company am,'
'he Matron ' Navigation Company, te
whom inqulrie had been directed, had
not received passport instructions n
far as Hawaii bound passengers were
-oneerned. ' ,
But in malting further inquiries ht
'earned that the N,ew York passport
bureau believed it abiect was to 4f re
strict pleasure tmvel" to Hawaii, a
ve'l as to stop those who had no re:i'
business on hahd, and had received in
druetlon only for necessary travel.
"From thi It would appear that
his will stop what little there is left
f tmirist travel from the East to Ha
au", commented Secretary It. C
'o n the chamber, of commerce ve
EXAMINE KAUAI MEN
Kanni ia to be the first outside Is
ind visited by the army medical bonrd
vhich will finish its work in Honolu
'u today and leave for the (larden Is
'and on Monilnv. The member of this
SoHrd are Maj. C. B. Cotiper, Major
'lennesaey, Captain Clenry anil Captain
Is rl lev.
Local Board No. 1 will finish itf
xamlnatliins of the registrants for
he national artnv today and Is to start
he examinations nf the national guard
nen on next Tuesday, which It is es
iimiti-il will take about two weeks to
It is though! it will be about twi
veeks before the iaminers of I.ncnl
loard No. 2 will have completed the
vtirk of examining the registrants fn
lie national aruiv. Kighty five of tin
'".'istriints, ini'stly those who failed
lo respond to the not ideations sent tn
hem and who luiw- been rounded in
lince and warned to be present, were
xamined last night.
The medical advisory board is now
-xnmining about twenty-seven of the
eglstrants who are referred to then
iy the district boards for final elassi
M-atlon or rejection. Hereafter it ii
'Xlieeted that from eight to ten a day
vlll lie examiin-il who have to come to
toUolulu from the country to tuke the
Three noli commissioned oflliers are
o accompany the army medical hoard
hi the trip to Kauai who will net as
BE SEN! PUSHING
WASHINGTON, March 8 (Assoc in
ed Press) Orgaulullou of five addi
ioaiil rcgion-nts of ciivnlrv, in ncconl
unee with (leneral Pershing's reeein
aetidntious, has be.-u nut horizc.l by tin
War department These will be formed
at Camp Douglas, Arix. ; Fort K Icy,
Kkhsas; Fort Myer, iigiea, and I'ort
Fthan Allen, Vermont.
. , ' .
TOMATOES ON TOAST
Three ;eups lonnitocs, Vi cup pe.-unit
butter, 1 to 2 tablcsfiooni minced onion,
'J tablespoon flour, - tablespoons tut,
1 teaspoon suit, pepper. Brown onions
in fat, add flour, piitnut butter, salt,
prpner to tnstc nnd tomatoes. Cook
until thick. Seive on touKt.
Honolulu Wholesale Produce Market
' ' Quotations ' :
IMUfeD tf THB
IMAM. CoWrmkffclUl CArfNOT Btlt AT THEII PKICO
Inland butter, lb.
. . .4?S
. .50 to .fiO
r.i'H. select, do?.. .
No. 1, don.
Young rooster, lb
Beans, string, giecTt
tienns. stiinir, imix
Ken 11s. Lima n
pod 115 to J1SU
ii-m, M..i Red
&2k 1'oUtoes. Is. Irish
..HUIO Potatoes, Swe.-t. i wt
I'.' HO to 11.50 I'otntoes, Ked, i t ..
0(l to 10.00 Taro, bund
3w Taro, cwt
850 to .1.00 Cucumbers, dnr
2 .50 to S.00 Pumpkins, lb
. .40 to .70 Lines, Km
l.M Pinenppies, cwt
, 1.00 Papnlas, lb
Beans, Small white
Pens, dry island
Reets, dor.Mii lu bes
CmtioIs, lt.eil fit lies.
Corn, sweet 00 cur .
Kiie, Jap. Heed. cwt.
Bananas, Chinese, lu h
t'.lUIIUMS. l-OOKIIIH, lll-h.
lrass, Isabella, lb. .
Cattle and sheep are not honght at
paid for on a dressed weight basi.
Beef, dressed, lb 14 t 45 -Mutton, lb.
Veal, dressml, lb 16 to .16 Pork, lb. . .
HIOBA, WET, SALTED
Htecr, No. 1, lb Jt Klp, lb
Hteer, No. S!., lb 10 Oonl, white,
Hteer, Hair Slip (Hi to .09
The following ore price on fwed f.
Corn, 8m. yel. tun
Corn, lg. yel, ton
Com, cracked, tun
Hcrateh Food, ton .
52.50 to 5T.00
Qg.OO to 98.50
Public Invited To U. S. Experi
ment Station To See Plant '
In Full Bloom
A grent many iinpiiries have been
received at the 1. 8. F.xperiinrnt Sta
tion, Pcnsncola Street, as to the color
of the edible cumin (lowers anl how
the plant look when they are mature.
Tbe station has a plot, of the edible
canua which is iu full bloom and fur
nishes a very good demonstration of
the possilfilities of food crop produc
ill" 'Hr' '''''' l"lr'''u'ar
It I estimated that the plot will
yield at the rate of twenrV ton of
taljUeV.acrertn a4dttl66)to giving
atiout rorty tons per acre or tops wnicn
can be utilized as feed for cattle. Any
individuals desiring to see thi plot of
eilihle caunn are invited to call nt
'he station any time iluring thi or
he coming week.
Tho 1!. ft. Kxperiment Station ha al
so just received a new supply of the
til, 1.. on... tl,r. ri i. ,.t.intt
it the Castner substation and any who
leslre to make a planting of these at
. I . . .
his time can he supplied wltb three
ubers ready to plaut. These should,
f practicable, be called for in person
o that the necessary data regarding
he conditions under whieh thev w II
ie ptanteit can te oiitaineit tor pur
poses of record. If a yard boy or met
icuger i sent a note should be fur
nshed him, Indicating the uame nnd
.iblrens ami exact location where the
-iHiue will be planted ao that the plaut
ngs can be visited from time to time
n see how they are getting along.
While the supply of tubers is all too
hurt to permit everytiody sampling
hem as food, it may lie stated that a;
number of Honolulu families have test-
d them aa food with satisfactory re
mils, as soou a the srticulsr re
iiiircinentK aa to cooking were under
SEED SHORTAGE IN
CANADA IS SERIOUS
A ('.....Han trade journal .ays that
.wing to short crops and failure to
ig to snort crops
secure supplies from F.uropean coun
ii fa.meis wl'l have to look to the
iiitcd States for their seeds, ked
o'-r in Canndit was u failure, ami tin
hulk of the seed supplies must ho drawn
rum the I'tiited Htntea. In vegetable
ceds the same conditions prevail. A
1 ye pn -entnye of both vegetable nnd
;iiiiIi-ii seeds in years prior to the pre
.-nt war was brought from France, Hoi
and, nnd Belgium, countries from which
mpiirtatlon Cave almost Ceased. The
liilinilry of transportation nnd matter
.f high rates lias likewise
iriccs and supplies.
PATRIOTISM IN KITCHEN
It Is n rt now t rO-iMiiU- Inn-nls
lor the homes that observe in lln-irj
omposition all of the requirements of j
he food ndministrntiorliild are nt tin
same time attractive to the men un.l
women iu thcni. It ia beyond the
capacity of an ordinary cimft, but not
beyond the ability of the housewife if
.In- but put her mind Upon It. To m.-il c
-ood foods for the home i a patriotic
mil important aa to knit for soldo-ii
: 1 n I iis necessary. The wr is to In
won in the kitchens and the wink is
the pib of the woman of the bouse.
Mere ia a mixed vegetable powder
that makes a subatautial ilish. l'- 4
potatoes. 3 carrots, 3 onions, 1 pint
canned tomatoes, 2 tablespoons fat or
n piiHfn of salt pork, 3 level tables 00011
Hour, 2 teaspoons snlt and 2 cups nIiiiii
milk. Cut potatoes and cerrots in smnll
pieces nnd cook for twenty minutes.
Brown the chopped onion in the fnl
ami add with the tomatoes to the M ai
lables, llebt to boiling, add milk and
thn ken with flour.
FEED FOR MAN AND
BEAST AT HANd ft
March 8, 1918.
Ducks, Muse. II, . .
Duck, I'ckio. II,
Duck, Haw '11. d.i. ..
Hiee Jhp. rVed. cwt.
I'eanuts, lg. II,
1.00 tn 1.15
07 to .0
.40 to .00
Uteen I'eppers, chili
1.00 to 1.25
. .S!5 to .
II weight. They are slaughtered ao
Hog,' up to li(l Mis.
.18 to .19
. .4 to
.5.00 to 54
47.00 to 48-0"
48.00 to 55.0C
Wheat, ton . .
Hay. Alfalfa J
Meal, Alfalfa .
Tt he been lenrned that the federal
government is contracting for castoi
beans in Cnlifomia nail other place!1
suitable to their production. Contract
have already been made ' covering
plantings of teu thousand acres. A:
the present time the market vain o
the castor beans in New York la abou'
l..r0 er 40 pound bushel. It la un'
del-stood that the government is offer
ilig .I.(M) per bushel f. o. b. shipplprf
point at idtice of production. The read",
ineaa with Which the cantor bean hoi
I '""' grown under Hawaiian conditio
would hiake it seem probable that
there are considerable local areas no'.
now' being utilized which could be pn'
into this crop at a substantial profit!
The castor been have been gVowa oi'
a artiatl scale in tbe Islands in' th'
past but the low price at that linif
resulted in a cessation of the industry
BENEATH A GLASS
For the early spring irop of toma'
toes uuder glass an early ,tart is,,pe,
cessaiy. home growers prefer to sow
the seed as earlv aa December 1. Thi
"y " rigm waere a warm
h"""'' .'" " vailable, aa Huder eiw
"" " noim
h..bu I , .1 1 . .1 1
"' n" ' t" """"f "w
lv- Hwver, where fifty six degree,
,n H",,v degree are available, we pre
ftr H ,"t,r date, anywhere from Jsnn
rV In to renruary 15. We have el
ways believed that a more rapid growtl
is best for the tomato plant. The idea
conditions are a fairly rich soil, espe
cmll.v as regards humus; a warm house
and only moderate moisture. The bes
eult are not obtained wher- plant:
! are subject to frequent syringing as ii
rose houses -better keep the moisturi
ol' the foliage,
Kerently some old principles have re
-mveil a evnre jolt. There is a lure.
class of gardeners who believe thst r
plant is benefited by frequent trans
planting. They claim' earliness, ro
diictivenea, stronger constitution, etc
imie of he results of such .trnns
planting. We have, however, held tha'
id such shifts are, at best, un injury
large or small, according to the ski!
.-in ployed and depending upon prevail
nig condition. This theory is gainin
T"U ," ton,,tQ rowr slowly d
'h-t the ,er the young seed nig.
are piamcu inio me permanent neiia.
the better tbe crop, thus doing swav
with pottlae; up. So far have some pro
1 eeoeii in this line mat they tike seed
linga direct from seed bed nn.l plant
among lettuce Id permanent beds.
As regards varieties. Bonny Best
le-i-'s at present. John Baer is veri
similar, but a trifle larger. These tw
are scarlet. For a pink tomato, (ilobe
lends in many section. Beauty and
Detroit are also used. Of the three
ieiroi- is our favorite, rionsts are
! r,"'"""' learning to use part of their
npni-r in i ne spring tor lOIUUIoes, Hindi
in 11 good practiae,
ROSES FOR EASTER
Well grown plants of hybrid perpe
tinil loses are always good oroo.-ilv
at K.-.Hter and Ihey are very easil
brouu'ht into bloom when the dale . t
that festival is in April. l'ol grown
stork is surer of the best results, In t
dm mailt stock of many varieties will
piodiue nice plant if properly lian
'I.-. I The plants should be cut back
t two eves on each growth nnd -din'
.-I 111 : cool hulls', one with a night
t- ' iM'ure of 40 to 45 degrees being
in. r.nrd. f 1 om the first to the twen
lanunry. Frequent sv ringings
II scll the wood anil cause the
.:.l-s to open evenly. When the buds
-in. the plant should be watered
ith Imnid ma nil re at least once a
' Thev will probably not have to
1 un-I to n warmer house, but if it
.nn.l Ho-v a'e not going t,. In- 111
I. m ! lime a little wanner temper 1
ill '"I-- the-i slon" There a-e
1 ..iiieties that make fine pot
s tho-H most I'eneiallv known be
" ''.-.rt, M, !.,!, r,,. .Xl.t
1, I I inn Karl Diuschki.
, . '. 1 ;
DF HAWAIIAN RARF
VI MM 1 1 1 llll I1 1 111 IWk
Leaders Are Confident With
Booze Banished - Original
Stock Cart tfaktcoM
FERN TELLS OF PLANS
TO START FISH TAKING
Lane Is Confident That With
Liquor Banished People of
Island Will Prosper
"The Hawaiian ere certainly the
est m, In. re flndr-Tine in the Islands,
-it thev In. k bout tackle and o her
qnipinei.t for etigneting in, th fishing
usiness on a stale etmiwienmirate to
heir skill " ssid Mayor Joseph J.
7ern ye tcrdny. '
"I wi I welc. .me the day when liquor
s prohibited here for it will enable
he llawniisns to get hark in) the
ride of their forefather. Without
iquor thev can get back to the places
hst are ii-nlly their ih snuh fndmv
ries ns flshm; and raising of faro, nd
ake iod I am behind any more
icnt tbnt will bring our Hawaiian race
1 the front where it belong,, and It
in be done when hoore is east Into
he discard. "
"The II nun iinns lack bait tor cer
iln fishing- tic Japnnese have this
-Id corncied. but they entt flh the
y-ing n-'h the nialnlo And rtuMktll, and
mther lish, the lheihe. Thee can be
riven into the nits, like driving cat
'e into a pen.
"A nnslern built canoe of-, planks,
ith an nut rigger, will cost frhm ISO
1 t-.V Nets feist somethinw, of course,
ut with this equipment, he will have
start. There is a market for the kind
f fish he can catch. I hope that aa
ion as the bonze qtieetion it settled
nr people inn turn to the equipment
ecessary for fishing.'' I' hope. some of
ur' rich people here can ae their way
lear to finance such equipment. With-
r ut boofe as an element in future, tbia
till he an investment which , I Jjelleve
hey can bunk 00.
''There are some little fishing com
lunities of Hawaiian here ho have
cts. l'rince Kubio ha given these
ome, nnd so. have V but I regret to
ay that other have done "so with. B
ottle of boor.e attached This means
uat a catch of fish, some poi, the
ooxe, nnd forgetting to go out and
atch ny more fish for 4 While. "
"vtvat I Necessary
John C. I. ne. of the Ahabul Thin
on ua, or Hawaiian Froteetfve Associa
Ion. raid yesterday that so far the
ociety j c'cnteriiii ifa, efforta on Inter-
stinir the Hawaiian npfinl. ta Briasi tA '7
heir awinonrnmleav vev'v tmrtr
i.t ....IL l. n..l. .k 4Vt. '
lace In the comthonity tn buiineseJind
ther enterprjaes, and to arouse then
1. the Seceseity of doiag so. Agrlcal
ire Is Wing considered a one feature)
f the opportunities which , ta withia)
he reach of Hawaiiana, particularly
"Prohibition will soWe some of the
rolileras facing u. lfrohibitioa will
icaa more ready esrsh for the Hawa
ian and a sober mind will turn to ea
erprises whieh should aid in the com
iinitv wcrre i we)' aa helping the
'nw-niinn himself, particularly.
"Fishing is a proDtnble induatry if
sndled properlv and I believe the Ha
aiians nre earmble of making thesa
Ives felt in this nlatte r
' We re not rtdw tenttefW ViUr shots
1 the format Inn of an awiH-istioa whieh
cuss bringing the Hawaiiana together
id yetting nnr-race to recline what
lace thev should have ia the (lommni
y, which wes their in the Arst place
nd from which they have heen die
'anted. A soon es we hsve eoordl
ited our force and influence, we will
irn to Itshinrr n well as other things
1 wbiih to direct, otir Hnwaiien to
aid Iw ter'i'i.- themaelvea. "
lemember Old Art
The story in Saturday's V.lvertiser
'escribing the large haul of fish made
T Waiklli oh Friday has developed
'her evidence of tbe fact that the
'awsiiiuis have hmt forgotten the art
Knrlier in the nwli a party of native
sliermeu were sent out by the aquar
11111 to collect rare specimens, for the
ihibition tanks, and they succeeded
olmirnbly. A big net wn put Out al
iinst opposite the aquarium, just out
i.le the reef, and a lomr lau waa ma
'i both directions from the net parallel
vilh the reef. Afti-r alstint two, boor
i.ent in driving the Tlah from the rrsfk
vith long pole the net was lifted and
1 fine assortment of fish taken. The
met si.f.ctuculnr of the lot were ail
on. I sized uhu, or tnrrot fish, Which
vce promptly put into the aouarium
auks. The largest one is about two
'Vet in length and of a gorgeous pea
ock blue, color. There are two smaller
mes of the same color, also two red
ml one beautiful green fellow.
These extravngniit lv colored " subrriB-ii.-
bi ds" Hre not often nee 11 in cap-
v'tv and thev ere proving a great at
1 m-t inn at the a ninrium this week. A
lumber iif people on the street care
ere heerd d'seii in - them - nd ndvla
ing others to nee their wonderful col
..ling They nre called parrot fishes, not only
ii account of their evnuiite shudes of
blue, red and green, but bv reason nf
the fact that thev hr.ye a beak not eu
bke thn of a nar'ot V Thi .,..rri
'jaw en-ibles them to break the iim. .
kind of sen urchin, out of the ewr'tl.
These spiny little wen e-gs whiih the
11I11 loves to .nt nie nsnallv fiinn.l
I'liitly imbed. I. si in hides in thf
and when they are not en nosed surH
l i. nllv for the fish to get I... 1. 1 of 'e
'' ' " ' ; ' 1 -' to '...ok
the rock nw n v f-onc s'-'inul them 'low
' " ii "' lv the 1. . ' , , . ,,, ,1,.
.... I. S leaV be ' ' (... f. , , f
'' ' e 1'Hlhe.e.' - !,.,' ., .... , . ,
'" 1 '' feed the i.pe. iincnt iu the
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