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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DEC. .1. 191S
The Filipino National Association
is the name of an organization that
is being formed by various leaders of
the Filipinos of Hawaii. The plan is
to have a local organization in every
plantation where there are at least SO
Filipinos, which will be a member
of the general organization, whose
headnuarters will' be located in the
city of Honolulu.
The Filipino National Association
will aim to unite the entire Filipino
population into one body, so that they
may have a national feeling and con
viction. The writer believes that the
lacji of feeling of unity amqiig the
different Filipino tribes is one of the
causes of their failure in many lines.
A conviction of solidarity among them
will create an interest and love in
their hearts not only for those belong
ing to their tribe, but also for those
belonging to other tribes.
Two or three years ago the Taga
logs and the Visayans were the two
greatest enemies here so that the one
was seeking he destruction of the
other. Even at present if a Tagalog
were for something the ViiTayans arc
inclined to think that it is not for
them, but if a national confictiou
could take the place of the tribal one
in their hearts they would think of
all Filipinos not as Tagalogs or Vis
ayans or Ilocanos, but as Filipinos.
Love for one's country and nation al
ways enobles the soul.
To Help and
If the Filipinos have enemies here
in Hawaii it is some of their own peo
ple. Instance after instance can be
cited how different ones become vic
tims of some "smart" Filipinos, who
are always on the alert "seeking
whom fhey may devour." The great
majority of the Filipinos do not know
the English language and so they have
to get some one to interprit for them,
write their checks or receipts, etc. In
many cases their ignorance has been
taken advantage of and their money
robbed away from them. The Fili
pino National Association will seek to
protect the Ignorant ones from these
"crooks" by establishing information
bureaus, dealing personally with the
crooks and securing the help of all
those interested in their welfare.
Why are the Filipinos worse here
than in their own country? There are
reasons other than their "inherent
viciousness." The Filipinos were
the least prepared to meet the envir
onments here and this is the reason
that they have erred more than any
of the others. The Filipino National
Association will study the causes of
the different crimes of which the Fili
pinos are victims, and will seek to
eradicate the evils that result from
them. The initiators of the associa
tion know in their hearts that there
are many people here deeply inter
ested in the welfare of the Filipinos
and who are ready to do all they can
to help them, but they do not under
stand them as much as the Filipinos
themselves and so the Filipino Na
tional Association will be organized to
know the needs of the Filipinos and
to present them to those who are will
, ing to help but who do not know what
i To Represent the
i In the last patriotic parades and
demonstrations of the different nation
alities of Hawaii the Filipinos were
not represented because there was no
organized body among them that could
properly express the patriotic throb
'. of their hearts. The Filipino Nation-
al Association will be the proper or
1 ganization to represent the Filipinos
' of Hawaii in all international gath
1 erings like those of the Pun-Pacific
' I'nion, the carnival, etc. In this way
; the Filipinos will get all the credit
due them for any contribution they
give for all worthy causes.
I The Coming
On the coming thirtieth of Decem
ber there will be a general conven
tion in Honolulu of the representatives
of the different local associations
1 from ali parts of the Territory of Ha-
The United States Ciovernmenl j
is resolved to do its bet to restore ;
every wounded American soldier!
and sailor to liealtli, strength, and
I'ntil liis discharge from tin
hospital all tlie medical and surg
ical treatment necessary to re
store liim to liealtli is under 1 lie
jurisdiction of tlie military or
naval authorities, according 1o
tlie ln-aiuli of tlie service lie is in.
Tlie vocational training, tlie re
education and relialiilia I in nec
essary to restore liim to self-support
in;: activity, is under the
jurisdiction of the 1-Vderal Hoard
of Vocational Education.
If he needs an artificial limit or
mechanical appliance the lovern
ment will supply it free, will keep
it in repair, and renew- it when
necessary. If alter his discharf
he a;aiu needs medical treatment
on account of his disaliility. tlie
( iovernment will supply it free.
While he is in the hospital and
while in training afterwards the
soldier or sailor will receive com
pensation as if in service and hi
famHy or dependents will receive
i heir allotment.
A wounded soldier or sailor, al
tlioiuili his disahilitv does not
prevent him from returning to
, employment without tiainin;. can
lake a course of vocational tr.iin
. ua free of cost and the compen
sation provided liy the war-rid;
insnriince act will be paid to him
and the training will he free, hut
no allotment will he paid to his
Every Liberty 1'ond holder who
holds his bond is keeping up a
part of this ieat work of restor
ing to heallh. strength and use
fulness the men who have siiil'eicd
for their country.
ANNUAL RED CROSS MEETING
The deferred annual meeting of the
Kau.ii luv.nch. Hawaiian Chapter.
American lied Cross, will be held at
3 o'clock on Saturday afternoon, Dec.
Hth. KilS, at the Armory, Lihue.
P.usin3Fs: Election of Executive
ConniKUce. considering reports and
transact i.g such other business as the
Branch may be competent to transact.
W. D. McBHYDE,
N. A. Akana. Secretary
Kauai Branch. Hawaiian Chapter
American Red Cross
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wail to discuss and adopt the consti
tution and by-laws that has already
been formulated, to elect officers for
the general organization whose head
quarters will be located in Honolulu,
and to discuss different matters per
taining to the uplift of the Filipinos
are cowards who shirk respon
sibility. DorTt be a slacker - face
the issue squarely and ask your
self this question
Suppose death should overtake me, have I made proper
provision for my family?
You Know You Ought to Make a Will
If you negled to do so the law will decide what shall be done
with your estate and that decision may be in direct opposition
to your wishes.
Are You Willing to Let it Go at That?
Let us Advise you in this important matter. Write us a letter
or call at our office when you are in Honolulu. Any communi
cation you may make will be regarded as strictly confidential and
will place you under no obligation.
Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited
120 S. KING STREET
HONOLULU TELEPHONE 1255
INSURANCE STOCKS and BONDS
CAPITAL AND SURPLUS $500,000.00
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
K. D. TKNNKY. President
J. It. C1ALT, Vice -President
C. H. COOKK, Vice President
C. H. ATIIKKTO.N', Vice President
II. II. WAI.KKIt, Treasurer
S. (',. WILDF.U. Secretary
ItAN'.N'KV SCOTT, Asst. Treas.
F. W. JA.MIKSON, A.;st. Treas.
P. K. McLKA.V, Asst. Sec.
li. I!. AN'DKItSON', Director
GKO. I. BUOWN', Director
F. C. ATHKUTOX, Director
J. D. Mcl.N'KKNY. Director
IN THK CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
Tsrritsiy of Hawaii
At ChrunKrs In Probate, No. . .
In the M,hi r of the Estate of
Francisco Fen-rim, deceased.
Ord- r "i" Notice of Petition for
Allnwaia-e of Aecounts, Irternii
naii' i .i' Ti and Distribution
of the i: :
On F.eadii.t.' r.nd Films the IVti-
tio.i and a-cuiils of Louis A. Ca-1
brol. Adiiiim.-t rator of the Estate
of Franewcr Ferreir.i, deceased,
wherein petitioner asks to be :d
lowe ! $ls.".'.i.s( p.nd charged with
12:'.". .ind j.iays that his ac
counts K" ex: inii'cd and approved,
that be iM.d bis securities be dis
eli.i d from :dl further rcspon.-i-biiities
concerning said estate and
that a final oider of distribution be
made of t he iiii-iperty remaining in
his po..:-e-.-!oii to the persons there
to entitled .
It is ordered, that Saturday, the
L'lst day of lee, mber A. I). liUS.
at o'clock A. M. at the Court
Loom in Lihue, Kauai, of this
Court, be and the same hereby is
appoint, d the time and p'ft''c for
he aring said Petition and Accounts,
find that all persons interested then
and there appear ami show cause,
if any they ha'.", why said petition
should not he granted, and present
evideiii e as to who are entitled lo
the -aid property.
Dated the 1 Itii dav of Novem
ber. P.! IS.
(Sgd) LVLE A. DICKEY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
(Sgd) D. WM. DEAN,"
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Nov. P.I--2I), Dee. 3-10.
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American Factors, Ltd.
Wholesale Distributors for Hawaii
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned have on the 27th day of
August. A. D. 101S, formed themselves
in to partnership for an indefinite
term, and as follows:
Firm name: Lihue Japanese Shokai.
Place and kind of business : Dealers
in general nicrchandi.se at Nawiliwili,
Manager, Sadajiro Matsumoto.
Names and residences of partners:
Kiyoechi Kawasaki, Puhl, Kauai, T. H.
Nawiliwili, Kauai, T. H.
Saichi Naito Lihue, Kauai, T. II.
Danpachi Fujita, . .Lihue, Kauai, T. H.
Voshizo Hirntu.. .Lihue, Kauai, T. H.
L'suko Seki Huluia, Kauai, T. II.
Halchaka, Kauai, T. H.
SADAJIRO MATSUMOTO, Manager.
Notice' is hereby given that the
undersign .1 have on the 22nd day of
August, A. .it. :,., formed themselves
in co -p:i,t:-.ei-ship for an indefinite
term, av! ad l'o'Ii.-.v.-; :
Firm i.: ii'.i : Kapaiu Garage Com
pany. Fiat,' and Kind of business: Dealers
in general mercli judise and garage at
Malinger 1 iilii Onoue.
Nanu s end resiliences of partners:
I'ichi Onoae. Kapaiu Kauai. T. H.
Kiyaeehi Kav. as.iki
I'uhi, Kauai, T. II.
I'meiaro Dei. . . . Kapaia, Kauai, T. H.
Toruiehi Kuroda, Kapaia, Kauai, T. H.
t'iCIIi ONOL'E, Manager.
Anyone found shooting on any of
t ho Lihue Plantation lands will bo
the fullest extent of
R. D. MOLER,
PAl'L It. LSKNHKRG,
labile, July IG, 1!US. Advertisement
..Guick Six, newly painted and in'
first tlacs. condition. Price, reason-'
able. AddIv ti Garden Ir.lanH fnr
Willey's Auto Varnishes
25 per cent Off
To close nut these lines, because of high freight eosls
and uncertain delivery, we are offering them at the following
reductions per gallon :
Wearing l'ody, was Sfi. ()'); now ?l.o0"
Pale Auto Finish, was $"; now .$:?.7o
Heavy dear Varnish ; was $:.."0; now S2.7-")
Coach Japan, was 82. 2o; now $1.70
Wagon Varnish, was $:.0(J; now 82.25
Also Knanicl Leather Dressing, was 81.00 now SH.OO;
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Duildiny; Materials
lC.il-177 So. King Street
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
ALFRED GOMEZ, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
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