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The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 11, 1919, Image 6

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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY FEB. 11. 1915)
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When Once you've died it in your home, your first
. waking thought will he of
KAMEHAMEHA
RED LAH1CL
Pure Kona Coffee
inviting in aronm, enticing in Ilavor.
Made from selected coffee grown and roasted
right here in Hawaii.
It's in the bright red package
at your grocer.
AMERICAN FACTORS, Ltd.
"Wholesale Distributors for Hawaii
M. Glover
Announcing the Arrival of
optician and optometrist until recently ashociatcd with
the Chinn-Heretta Co., of California, to take charge of
the optical business of the late Dr. C. H. Trullinger.
Mr. (Mover is an oplonietrisl of recognized ability and
wide experience and is familiar with the most modern
methods employed by optical science.
Customeis of the late Dr. Trullinger are assured the
usual prompt and efficient service.
C. H. Trullinger Optical Co.
2nd Floor Boston Bldg.
HONOLULU HAWAII
COMPLETE MACHINERY EQUIPMENT FOR
ICE MILLS
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iHl ..MUX
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., . LTD.
Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of
THE GARDEN ISLAND
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays.
Kntcredat the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter.
Subscription Rates: Per Year, S2.50
Six Months, 1.50
Three Months, t 1.00
Subscriptions Payable in Advance.
Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts.' 75 cents per
Inch per Month.
K. C. HOPPER, - - - Business Manager
BY AUTHORITY
HAblXU VS. CAM NO
Enforced conservation of lum
ber and cargo .space consequent on
the war has led to u great change
and a very substantial economy
in the mailer of packing.
Where before the war boxes or
cases were generally used, involv
ing vast quantities of lumber, bur
lap packing has now largely su
perseded it with a very large con
sequent economy. During the
year l!Ms, it is reported on tne
authority of the war department,
the saving ell'ected by the change
in the shipment of clothing and
equipment of the American Expe
ditionary Forces, amounted to the
enormous sum of nearly 52 mil
lion dollars. The greater part of
this savine was in freight, cases,
with their waste room and their
unyielding corners and angles.
taking a great deal more space
than bales; tonnage is generally
reckoned bv space and not bv
weight.
There vas also a large saving
in material. Lumber, especially
at any distance from the mill is
very expensive, and when manu
factured into boxes or cases the
reclamation value is very small;
old boxes are little better than so
much firewood. The reclamation
value of burlap on the other hand
is very high. This is evident
from the fact that the burlap is
cut the right size to make sand
hags.
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AT AUCTION
Thcic will bo sold nt auction to the
highest bidder, one used Model 20-35
Yuba Tractor, at an upset price o
$2,000, ou Thursday, February, 13th,
at 10:30 A. M. at tho Sahara Garage,
Kapaa.
Also one four-disc Yuba Plow.
HONOLULU IKON WORKS,
Per T. J. KHESKY,
Auctioneer.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AT CHAMBERS IN
PROBATE.
No. 770.
In tho Matter o tho Estate ot
Ludovico Wolfgang Hart, deceased.
CHILD WELFARE NOTES i
Mrs. Win. Hyde Kice has donaf- Fob. 1, n, is,
ed a complete new basket ball
set to the Ilanamaulu school,
which they are very grateful for
and will enjoy immensely.
Mrs. K. L. Wilcox and her
committee will stand behind the
Lihue public school girls club, as
t !.!..!.
1jNiiniiii-MN iiiiii Helpers, which
will undoubtedly insure their suc
cess.
Mr. ;I. M. Lydgate has inaug
urated a story telling series at
tho Lihue High School. The Mon
day assembly hour just before
lunch is devoted-to this interest.
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Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will
A DOCUMENT purporting to bo
tho last will and testament of Ludo
vico Wolfang Hart, 'late of Waimca,
Ssland and County of Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, deceased, having on tho
31st day of January, 1019, been pre
sented to tho above entitled court,
and a petition for probato thereof,
praying for the issuance of Letters
Testamentary to Bishop Trust Com
pany, Limited, an Hawaiian corpora
tion, tho Executor named in tho said
Will, having this day been filed by the
said Bishop Trust Company, Limited,
IT IS ORDERED that Saturday, the
Sth day of March, 1910, at 9:30 o'clock
A. M. of said day, at the court room
of said court at Lihue, Kauai afore
said, be and the same is hereby ap
pointed the timo and place for proving
said Will and hearing said application.
Dated, Lihue, Kauai, January 31st,
1919.
BY THE cftuRT:
JOSEPH A. SOUSA,
Cleric.
Robertson & Olson,
SG3 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu T. H.
Attorneys for Petitioner.
FOR SALE OR KENT
Slfghtly used pianos. Also
piano tuning and repairing, fee
lack Hergstrom, Lihue Hotel.
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WESTERN STANDARD
GAS ENGINE
410 uith total of 7ISI li.
!. in iiM" in li-lmuis.
Operates on giwoliue or
distillate. "Fool proof"
m simple any boy can
run it. I'rodurtN pow
er cheaply. Sizes 1 to
27-. h. Ii.
No. 2 Engelberg Huller
Capacity :!"jO to oOO lbs.
p.ulily per hour. Re
quires 10 to 12 li. p.
"Buffalo" Exhauster
Requires:! h. p. to oper
ates. .
Allis-Chalineis motor,
where electric power i.s
available.
W'lite for detailed
informal Ion
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Honolulu, T. H.
THE GARDEN ISLAND WANTED
A request comes from Newark, New
Jersey for the "Garden Island" from
one Charles C. Zlegler, who claims to
bo the first white child born in Elcele,
Oct. 30, 1S70.
Mrs. .1. M. Lydgate of Lihue,
is visiting relatives in Honolulu.
Mrs. C. 15. llofgaard of Wainiea,
is visiting friends in Honolulu
Mrs. Douglas Daldwin of Malta
weli. was a'passenger for Honolu
lu last Saturday.
.ludge Dickey lias-gone to Ho
nolulu to meet his brother, C W.
Dickey, who arrived recently .from
California.
Get lore Qui of t
Your Clothes
The few dollars you spend
for dry cleaning brings
back a five-fold profit.
You save money by in
vesting it for
BY AUTHORITY
NOTICE TO TAX PAYERS OF 1919
TAX RATE
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Iwni
Faultless
Dry Cleaning
-AT-
FRENCH LAUNDRY
J. ABADIE, Proprietor
Honolulu, T. 11.
Come to Shrincrs Happy Land
Honolulu, Feb. 20, 21, 22
TtjE FOLLOWING REGULA
TIONS CONCERNING THE PRE
VENTION AND CONTROL OF
THE DISEASE KNOWN AS
SPANISH INFLUENZA WERE
DULY ADOPTED BY- THE TER
RITORIAL BOARD OR HEALTH
AT A SPECIAL MEETING HELD
AT THE OFFICE OF THE
BOARD OF 'HEALTH ON THIS
23rd DAY OF JANUARY, A. D.
1919.
REGULATION NO. 1. That tho
proprietors of all hotels, restaurants,
clubs, and boarding houses within
tho Territory of Hawaii bo and arc
hereby required to sterilize, after
each and every uso thereof, dishes,
glass-ware, cutlery, and tablo linen
by boiling tho same for a period of
at least twenty (20) minutes.
REGULATION NO. 2. That tho
proprietors of soda water fountains,
soft drink and Ico-cream establish
ments, counters, and fountains within
tho Territory of Hawaii, bo and are
hereby required to stcrlllzo after
each nnd every uso thereof, all
drinking glasses, spoons, and other
eating and drinking utensils by boil
ing tho same for a period of not less
than twenty (20) minutes, PROVID
ED, HOWEVER, that where paper
cups are used in such establishments,
tho drinking utensils need not bo so
sterilized.
REGULATION .NO. .3. That all
theatres, and churches be and aro
hereby ordered closed, and all other
public gatherings held within en
closed buildings, except public and
private secular schools, bo and aro
hereby prohibited.
The foregoing regulations shall bo
In full force and effect from and after
tho 25th day of 'January, A. D. 1919,
and until revoked by tho Board of
Health.
DATED at Honolulu, January 23rd,
A. D. 1919.
TERRITORIAL BOARD OF HEALTH
By S. S. PAXSON,
Its President.
ATTEST:
K. B. PORTER,
Secretary, Territorial Board of Health.
The foregoing regulations aro here
by sanctioned and approved tho 23rd
day of January, A. D. 1919.
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Governor of Hawaii.
Jan. 2S, Feb. 4, 11, 18.
BY AUTHORITY
THE FOLLOWING ADDITIONAL
REGULATIONS CONCERNING
THE PREVENTION AND CON
TROL OF THE DISEASE KNOWN
AS SPANISH INFLUENZA WERE
DULY ADOPTED BY THE TER
RITORIAL BOARD OF HEALTH
AT A SPECl'AL MEETING HELD
AT THE OFFICE OF THE BOARD
OF HEALTH ON THE 30th DAY
OF JANUARY, A. D. 1919.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO
LIMITED.
Dealers in
Hay, Gkain and Chickbn
Surr-LiHS,
Sole Agents for
International Stock, Poultry Food
and other specialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron Roofs. Pctaluma In- f
cubatora nnd Brooders. j
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu J
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HOTEL LIHUE
(The Fairview)
Tweuty-t.vo elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled m country
districts
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Proprietor
.J, i$h& i 4. .J. $
Koloa
Plantation
Store
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
General Plantation
Supplies.
REGULATION NO. 4. That all
dances, whether held in public or
private places, or whether held in en
closed buildings or in tho open air,
or whether conducted as entertain
ments or as classes or schools for
dancing bo and the same aro hereby
prohibited.
REGULATION NO. 5... That tho
uso of newspapers in tho wrapping of
merchandise and of all articleo of
food bo and tho same Is hereby pro
hibited. Tho foregoing regulations shall bo
in full force and effect from and
after tho first day of February, A. D.
1919
DATED at Honolulu, January 30,
A. D. 1919.
TERRITORIAL BOARD OF HEALTH
By S. S. PAXSON,
Its President.
ATTEST:
K. B. PORTER,
Secretary, Territorial Board of Health.
Tho foregoing regulations are. here
by sanctioned and approved on the
30th day of January, A. D. 1919.
c. j. McCarthy,
Governor of Hawaii.
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus- .
try, statesmen, or as
individuals."
President Wilson.
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.
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Bishop & Company
Savings Department
WAIMEA BRANCH
KAUAI
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Order your shoes by mail
Shoes with a national reputa- 4
Hon.
Feb. 4, 11, 18.
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When you buy
Rega I Shoes
you aro atsured of the best in
fit, quality and priee.
Come to Shriners Happy Land
Honolulu. Feb. 20, 22, 22
REGAL SHOE STORE f
Fort and Hotel Sts.
HONOLULU
'The busiiiof outlook for Will is very hiijjht and, uiidoul.t-
edly, opportunites will ari-e for profitable investments for Uie j,
well informed. j
Keep in touch with our Stock Hum! Department by perso- '
nal call or correspondence."
Henry Waicrhouse Trust Company 1
ONDIXG INSUUAiN'CIS HEAL ESTATE 1
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Tho Real and Personal property in
tho Fourth Taxation Division will bo
taxed at the rato of 1.788 per hun
dred, $17, SS per thousand dollar valua
tion, for tho purposes sot forth In
Section 1230 of Act 22g. Session Laws
of 1917; to -nit:
For current expenses of County;
For Permanent Improvements;
For Schools;
For Interest and Sinking Fund on
Bonds allowed to County;
For Assosuing and collecting Taxes.
J. K. FARLEY,
Asssossor fourth Taxation Division.
Koloa, Kauai, January C-lth, 1919,
Jan. 28, Fob, -J, 11, IS,
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That Remarkable Remedy
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cians and people in public life.
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tem with tho Iron force ot health
and vitality of youth, bulldlnu up
tjo body stronger than aickncs3
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normal and tho organs of it wall
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functions, thero is no sickness. B.
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than tho ailments Miat assail it and
thoy aro beaten and utterly routed,
and health is tho ro3Ult. That's
why rhou'-:a'.Ism, blood impurltie3,
s'ck hcai'arhcs, nervous depres
sions, sleuplesa nights, aencmic
and rundowr condition, bilious
ness, torpid liver, constipation,
kidney and bhulder allmonta give
w.iy to an extended course of B. B.
C. even In cases of long standing
and tho tody vibrates with health.
Tho extraordinary merit of B. B. C. i
is proved by tho nwy prominent
local pcopio who havo testified to
that ott'ect. B. B. C. is a bottled
liquid, therefore far superior to
tablet remedies which lose their
strength and aro often soiled in
handling.
B. B. C. is sold by all druggists,
plnntatln stores and dealers. $1.25
per bottle; 6 for $7; 3 for $3.50. We
pay shipping charges on all $7.00
cash orders. . B. B. C. Headquar
ters, 161 King St., Honolulu.

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