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Every Room with Private Bath
Headquarters for Island Residents
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American Plan,: $3.60 par. day up
Special Monthly Rates
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P. O. Box C9, or. Telephone 2271
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Hcnclnlu Phone '4937
Twelve additional precinct to those
commonly numbered for voting have
been recommended on the Island of
Hawaii by Sheriff Sam Pua. this rec
ommendation being approved by wire-
leaa today by F.
Upon the recommendation of P. J. Green, executive officer of the
board of registration. Governor. Pink ham today approved the list of reg
istrars for the islands of Hawaii and Kauai, word of the approval being
sent by wireless to the Island sheriffs.
The list for Oahu and Maul Is not yet complete. Following are the
registrars for the Islands of Kauai and Hawaii:
Island of Kauai
First precinct John Rennle.
Second precinct E. A. Knudsen,
F. H. Aaeer, Xlichl Kuramoto, Louis
Kllauano, J. D. Cook.
Third precinct C. B. Hofgaard,
J. Green, executive Chang Yaa. S. Yamase, W. H. Wright,
officer of the board. This makes .TT - . T
total of 36 precincts for the Big I Bufgess, Joe Gomez, H. C. Brown.
ISiSna. I Fifth nnuln V Cniii4.)i1 Xf D
Lw" re",Ted rom u!.tod C. F. Loomis, jTd. lehahu.
Sixth precinct J. K. Farley, 7. K.
that Sheriff Clem Crowell is
around the island on work for
vaueiuiij yiauueu i;bwiu iv w uow
there on July 31.
It is Uncle Sam's intention that pub
licity shall be given to those names
registered for the selective draft. A
cable from E. H. Crowder, provost
marshal general in charge of reglstra
tion, was received today aa follows
"One liet of registered persons with
serial number shall be made acces
sible to the press in the office of each
local board. In large cities where
there are several local boards this is
proving inconvenient to the press. In
such cities please arrange to nave
these accessible lists gathered in some
ftfA central officii, such as do Hoe
headquarters, for the convenience of J- jy;1
the press, providing in each case that
the list be not removed except under
the supervision of an official who will
be responsible that no list is lost or
tendered unavailable to the press
Honolulu and outside districts today
took on a patriotic appearance with
the hundreds of posters that were set
ud and pasted on many corners
Businessmen this morning werelowson, r. Arakawa,
greeted with registration-day posters H. W. Hitchcock
In red. white and blue, as they boarded Ninth precinct J. A. Scott, W. T.
the cars for their offices. These post Balding, A. H. Scott, Chas. Shaw, VV.
ers are in the various languages com- Pacheco, Masakl Susumi, A. Fonsec
mon to Hawaii, and are neatly and ca.
attractively done. I Tenth precinct J. T. Moir. V. A.
The campaign of advertising started I Carvalho, Ed. Campbell, E. Smith,
last night when moving picture houses I Soichl Tamaka, M. Arruda.
displayed notices calling attention to I Eleventh precinct H. D. Beve-
Seventh precinct C A. Rice, P. L,
Rice, A. G. Kaulukou, C. Maser, J. L
HJorth, V. C. Avery. J. A. Souza.
Eighth precinct C. B. Gray, S. V.
Meheula, Von Ekekela, J. F. Betten
court, Jr.; Geo. Ewaliko.
Ninth precinct H. Hadfield. E.
Mash, J. L. Huddy.
Tenth precinct Wm. Werner,
island of Hawaii
First precinct W. J. Stone.
Second precinct H. J. Lyman.
Third precinct Chas. Weatherbee,
Daniel Kalol, Geo. Mundon.
Fourth precinct C. F. Eckart, A.
Teves, F. Sakamaki,
Fifth .".cinct Huge Watt. Sim
MrJCensJe, T. P. Gray, Ochiai.
Sixth r ecinct D. McH. Forbes, A.
M. Wilson, R. M. Lindsay. G. K. Lowe.
Seventh precinct TV'. K. Ragsdale.
M. S. Cordelro, H. M. Leonard, R.
Wlllard, T. R. Saiki.
Eighth precinct J. Henderson, J.
K. Akau, E. Vieira, J. K. Maa. Geo.
H. L. Ross, C.
July SI as registration day, and prac
tically all papers of the islands have
agreed to furnish advertising space
Twlgr Smith. Ambrose Patterson, D
Howard Hitchcock and Charles Bart
lett, all well known painters, have
done huge posters calling attention
to the day. These are being displayed Ivares.
Jons; Fort Street In store windows.
. Newspapers which have contributed
to the cause with advertising space
are as .follows: Star-Bulletin, The
Advertiser, and New Freedom, Hono
lulu; Hawaii Post, Hilo Tribune, and
Hawaii Herald, Hilo; Maul News and
Weekly .Times, Walluku; Garden Isl
' Japanese- Hawaii Shinpo, NIppu
JUL and Hawaii Choho, Honolulu;
Hawaii Malnlchl, and Hilo Shinpo,
Hilo: Kauai Shinpo, Llhue; Kona
Echo, .Holualoa; Maul Record and
Maul Shlnbun, Walluku; Pacific News,
Honolulu: Hawaii Independent, Hilo
Chinese Chee Tow Shin. Bo, .Hon
Muh Co, Sun Chlng Kwock Bo, and
Nah Hlnx Bo. Honolulu.
Portuguese O Luso, Honolulu; A
Setta and O Facho, Hilo.
Hawailan-r-Nuperpa Kuokoa, and Alo
ha Aina, Honolulu.
KoreanKorean National Herald,
ridge, D. K. Kaillmai.
Twelfth precinct Forest Hill, Al
fred P. Martin, E. L. Keven, Jl. N.
Souza, K. Shlshido, Wm. KellinuL
Thirteenth precinct Wm. Pullar,
D. G. Buchart, A. Spalding, K. Ishi,
Toshlro KuritanL D. Kalanl, M. Ta-
Fourteenth precinct J. M. Ross,
J. M. Muir, W. J. Marshall. W. Ross,
P. C. NagaishL J. Pagan, Joe Monlx,
LK. W. Kinney.
Fifteenth precinct J. M. Jamie, J.
H. Mach, H. Fraser, J. Lain, A. Ya
magata, L. Cadlnha.
Sixteenth precinct A. J. Iganclo.
D. Vieira. M. Chalmers, Dan Poika
ianl, W. Isono. .
Seventeenth precinct R. A. ITutch
Inson. J. Fraser, W. McKenzie, Y.
Eighteenth precinct A. L. Moses,
J. Maluo, D. Branco, S. Mukai.
Nineteenth precinct W. G. Aiona,
J. Ignacio, M. Sumide.
Twentieth precinct J. Makalua. T.
Takataski, K. Myiamoto.
Twenty-first precinct T. 1). Col
lins, F. Furtado. J. K. Notley, A. L
Loulsson, L. Wilson.
Twenty-second precinct F. M. An
derson, J. C. Jamleson, R. J. West
ley, J. W. Murphy, Rus Madina, Arai,
Manuel de Coito.
Twenty-third precinct W. P. Na
T Pritrhnrd J. J. FavaO. J. K
Twenty-fourth precinct Robert H.
smith Sol. f!. Burke. W. N. Hattie,
N. Hino, Hanaoka, J. Manalo.
FHrat nrerinct H. L. Holstehi. E.
K Akina. G. P. Tulloch, 1 Japanese
Second precinct H. Hind, S. Sa-
kai. A. P. McDougall, J. A. Wight,
H. M. Mendonca.
Third Drecinct W. M. S. LIndsey.
Fourth nreclnct E. M. Muiler. J
Fifth Drecinct M. M. Springer. T
Konno, J. Ako, Wm. M. M. McQuaid,
Sixth precinct T. C. Whie, H. L.
Kawewehi, J. N. Koomoa, Okamura.
Seventh Drecinct W. D. HcKillop.
J. A. Luis. J. G. Machado, T. Oka.
E1hth nrecinct L. P. Lincoln, T.
X. Haae. A. Hu.
Ninth precinct R. A. McWayne,
D. K. Kauriko.
Tenth precinct W. H. Hayselden,
L. ForresLB. Apiki, G. Konno.
EHeventh Drecinct J. Campsie, A.
Patten, H. H. Ueda, G. W. Matthias
Twelfth precinct A. C. Kaaua.
All over the wide world the Asso
ciated Press is gathering news and
"shooting" it by wireless into the
Star-Bulletin editorial room. That's
how you read it TODAY in the
Subscription Rates, 75c per Month,
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P. O. Box 366 125 Merchant
TERM IN JAIL
DOES $139,519 BUSINESS IN YEAR
Islands' Most Important Duty Now Is to Become Self-Suffic- Karl Koessler, Arrested By U.
Ing, Declares Director Westgate of U. S. Experiment Sta- a. roarsnai, races rrospecx
tion in Reviewing Work Accomplished During the Fiscal of Prison During War
Year Just Ended - -
ON WE7 BRANCHES
That much progress has been made
along the lines to which the United
8tates experiment station has de
voted Its chief attention during the
past year that of making the Ha
waiian islands self-sufficing as far
as possible and tnat tne lnamauai
and organized response to the efforts
of the station are gratifying, Is the
statement of J. M. Westgate, direc
tor of the station, in his annual re
port which Is now being completed.
"The Isolated position of the Ha
waiian islands combined with the
world food shortage has revealed
more clearly than ever the depend
ence of the islands on distant sec
tions for its food supply," states Mr.
Westgate in the Introduction to his
report. "The focusing of attention
on the vital necessity of the local pro
duction and utilization of a much
greater proportion of the locally
led to a
Karl Koessler, the German aUen
taken Into custody by Marshal J. J.
Since last year a plant disease de-ISmiddy yesterday for failing to se-
partment has been organized and has cure a permit to reside and do busi-
devoted the greater part of Its at- ness in the local restricted areas, is
tention to the diseases which attack still In Oahu prison and no arrange-
the Irish potato in the islands. ments have as yet been made for
An Increase In the amount of busl- n18 release.
neaa done bv the Terrftorial Market- &en ""O custody wltbout court
ing division is shown in its annual Process, Koessler may be required to
report. In the fiscal year of 1915-16 remin m connnement until tne end
a total busines of 1121,085.78 was of the war. He is eligible for parole.
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Until the War Relief Committee of
TTa m m ft maavwa m fwnn A ma.
;:;::r.;:":u:',- wr.ci raised food products has
A5i SSS2 SSSSL ffi
U4 y luuauoi ab uao awa a &ouv
that in making serious efforts to feed
of a Ha
waiian branch of the "Red Cross, no
large and that every pound of food
Senator Alfred. I CuU, ictUt r . ZTZTZZT m
lief Committee, returned from the val-Kv. .ivu A .u,.
ley Islandthls morning. He said he I Zrm
had talked with Maul women . about
Cooperation with the military posts
the establishment of a Maul branch of I wltn toe Catner Btauon in par-
u wuuuiUOT, uic wiu uixu ticular has been a feature of the
they will wrganlxeaftera reply is re- year's work that promises still further
celved here from Washington by the development Under the direction of
War ReUef Committee as to the ad- gUUon over 100 acres of ulI
Tlaabllity of fonnjis; Red Cros. chap- land haTe been cleared ud
erS In the lSlandS.. At. present the kmVen nn and tha larroF nr fa
committee la unofficially represenUng ready planted to cassava and sweet
the American Red Cross in the terrl- potatoes. Originally It was the inten
tor7 ' tion of the station to experiment with
In the Star-BuDetln of July 9 it was f0rage crop. for the horses of the
done, while for 1916-17 1139.519.05 is
the totaL Consignments to the num
ber of 2538 and Consisting of 60 kinds
of island products were received and
However, if the marshal sees fit to
follow this course. The marshal.
however, said today that he would
not parole Koessler unless he could
put him to work on a plantation on
The retail vegetable and meat one of islands. Koessler will not
nave to stand trial, neither will he
be released under bond.
Federal authorities cotfslder Koess
ler s arrest a warning to other Ger
man aliens m Honolulu, or other
parts of the territory, who fail to se
cure tneir permits. Other Germans
found without permits will be dealt
witn summarily. Koessler had a
for 1W an t9. IfM 9.1 frr tmwHrir vi lu wmcn W 86CUTe
.,.-' nis permit, and on several occasions
expenses. v B-.n.o . . . .
Ttia rnnrt will Ho fnrwarrfoH fr, . . Ut lO date
government printing office in the
branches did not quite pay expenses,
but furnished a valuable adjunct to
the wholesale consignment depart
ment In that it furnished an outlet
at all times for the produce con
signed by the small farmer.
The chief items In the expediture
of the federal appropriation of $40,000
were $17,685.85 for salaries, $14,585.76
DOES 'OIF FOR
There will be no slackers
among the Japanese, according to
aoout 160 German aliens have reg
istered at the marshal's office and
secured their permits.
KING APPEAL TO
BE HEARD SOON
Within a short time the circuit
court of appeals of tie ninth circuit,
Tancisco is scbeduled to hear
TtntnMa TiowanariAP men whn
stated that the Hawaii and Maui units I cavalry and toward that end definite I have been waging a campaign
or uieawaiian Aiuea vvar Keiier steps were taken a year ago. Now of educaUon through the press in ney E. C. Peters Is representing Ktoe
committee were supplying their own a combination stable and barn has!-- th
tne appeal of Charles E. Klne from a
decision of the local supreme court
holding that William Williamson has
Deen regularly appointed ont of the
trustees of the Bishop estate. Attor-
White Voile combined
with attracti?e colored trim- y
Sports Models of Plain
Voile, embroidery on pocket,
belt and collar.
Models of box pleated
Voile with contrasting bands "
of Voile, sash or girdle and
All moderately priced at
from $9.50 to $15.00.
Hotel St. near Fort
materials. . Thla should hare lnclud
ed the donations from Kauai also.
J4:v,:; -In. Charge
DAY LOSE BADGE
been erected and a place for a fore
man and the work has also become
one of raising food crops for the sol
Work with pineapple seedlings has
been an important part of the hortl
cultural Investigation of the year,
Two new varieties of pineapples have
been introduced, one ox these sup
posedly being immune to the "black
If it ia proven that August Soillner. The potential value of small horn
the German luna and plantation po-1 vineyards led to the establishment
liceman for the Oahu Sugar Co, at I f cooperative vineyard of about an
Wainahn. informed the Japanese wolacre in extent where various fertili-
man proprietor of a - "blind pig" that I xer variety and cultural experiments
License Inspector W. H. Hutton W ln progress. The principal work
planned to raid her place he will not I avacados has been ln connection
be riven a commission and badze aa I wiin ine aeveiopmeni oi a winter n-
sneclal officer. ipening type wun me nna sumcienuy
This was .made evident today by I hard and tough to furnish protection
Sheriff Charles Rose In discussing rrom lDfl lrmt "7 a to add
what action he wonld take axsinat the io us -.nipping qualities, wora was
clantation man aa a resnll of the ae- done with the mango in crossing sev
cusatlon made yesterday br the U- erai vreues. a new nyona tomato
cense Inspector Spinner Is one of a I wtlcn immune to the melon fly.
number of special officers to whom I"16 potest enemy of the tomato in
Sheriff Rose has not issned new com. lsianas, aas Deen striven ror.
missions since they expired on July L F,ve Demon,trt,on Frm
Certainly. Splllner will not get an-1 five demonstration farms have
other commission If iris proven that I been maintained cooperatively with
he acted ln opposition to the license 1 the owners of the farms in the ex
Inspectors. A man can't be a police-1 tension work of the station. Other
man not even a special policeman I campaigns for the improvement of
In this department and . work for the I agricultural conditions have been
Interests of law breakers." the sheriff I done through field trips and publicity
hotly declared today: r "v Ithrongn the press and othermedlmos;
f Hawaii Hochl, Hawaii Choho and -f
Hawaii Shinpo have printed a
number of articles urging all -f
Japanese to register.
The Liberty News has printed
1000 posters in Chinese, explain-
Ing the method of registration.
Many of the vegetable growers
-f are not aware that Registration
man rrom tne board, the trustees
designated Williamson as his succes
sor. Circuit Judge Ashford, however,
declined to confirm the appointment,
naming King instead, at the same
time expressing the opinion that a
person of the Hawaiian race should
be on the board.
The trustees appealed from Judze
,kf.j. . ..
Day has been declared a holiday, -f J Ashford's findings, carrying the mat-
and the Liberty News has been 1 ter to the supreme court, which held
t- senamg out circulars urging all -f
-f Chinese to take enough time from
f their work to register. -f
VISITORS BARRED FROM
BOARDING NEUTRAL SHIPS
that the appointment of Williamson
was regular. King then appealed to
ine ninth circuit.
Evidently In line with the recent
tightening up of observation maintain
ed by federal authorities here on aft
neutral steamers while they are ln
port, an order was received today by
Collector of the Port Malcolm A.
Franklin, from Washington,
DIES 1 TAMPA
that It Is the request of the navy de
partment that no one be allowed to
board neutral vessels from the customs
launch. This order will prevent news
papermen from boarding Dutch linen
off port. It does not apply to Amer
ican, British or Japanese steamers.
. nuaae snocu rroqj rent were re
corded ' In New Yet- : - s y
Cable messages to friends here last
night brought news of the death of
Mrs. Eugene M. ScovIIle at Tampa,
saying Florida, on July 12, following an op
eration. The body was taken to her
former home In Chicago and burled a
few days later.
Mrs. Scoville for almost 15 years
was a resident of this island, her hus
band being pump engineer for the
Oahu Sugar Co. at Walpahn She hd
many friends here.
Mr.; Scoville : has bought larift
farm near Tampa and Is operatic z
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