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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 20, Ml
MM PI0T0 SIPPLIES Send fr Catalogue 8pecial Attention to Mall Order Honolulu fhoto Supply Co. "EVERYTHING PHOTOGRAPHIC" 1059 Fot 8treet, Honolulu P' O. Box 2999 -f- WAIMEA HOTEL Headquarters for TRAVELING MEN and TOURISTS Ratei per Week: " $17.50, $25, I $30, and $35 Ratls per Month: $65, $75, . $85 and $120 1 Telephone 132-W riotel Leonard (Formerly Majestic) HONOLULU Thoroughly Renovated Rates Reasonable Hot and Cold Showers and Tubs Fort and Beretanla Street. H. L. SHAW, Mgr. JEWELERS Everything in the Silver and Qold Line Tiich Cut gajj, and Jlrt Goods JfCttchaniiit tf the 2)al Quality Only H. F. Wndhunaaini & Co. Ltd. Leading Jeatlen P. O. BOX 342 HONOLULU Alexander & Baldwin Limited 8ugar Factors Commission Merchants Insurance Agent AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Company. Haiku Sugar Company. Paia Plantation. Maul Agricultural Company. Hawaiian Sugar Company. Kahuku Plantation Company. McBryde Sugar Company. Honolua Ranch. Kauai Railroad Company. Kahulul Railroad Company. Kauai Fruit & Land Company. CALIFORNIA FEED CO. LIMITED Dealers in Hay, Grain and Chicken Supplies SOLE AQENT8 FOR International Stock, Poultry Food and other specialties. Arablo for cooling Iron Roofs. Petaluma In cubators and Brooders. King's Special Chick Food P. O. Box 452 Honolulu J HOTEL LIHUE (The Fairview) Twenty-two Elegant Rooms in Main Building Throe Airy Cottages Cuisine Unexcelled in Coun try Districts W. H. Rice, Jr., Proprietor - School Notes HULEIA WINS HONORS IN SINGING CONTEST Huleta school won the annual singing contest ot the Kauai public schools held at the Tip Top thea ter Saturday morning. Hanalel won second place. There were four schools entered, Makawell, Hulela, Koloa and Hanalel. Each school sang three songs. "America," a Hawaiian song and an Engliph song. Hulela finished with the highest standing according to the Judges. Hanalel without doubt had the better voices, but Hulela showed better training. This Is the second time, that Hulela has won the contest. KAPAA SCHOOL A. Horner Jr., spoke to the pupils on the humane treatment of ani mals recently. Our garden boys are sorry that the hospital cane has been cut as it served as an. excellent windbreak for the garden. There are busy days at our school as time draws near for the closing exercises. The demand for our inexpensive lunches is as great as ever, In spite of hard times. Alfred Morgan won first prize for home gardens on Kauai, and Tsu moto Naito third prize. Both) boys are In the seventh grade. Our school was awarded first prize for the fourth consecutive year In the school garden contest. The Kapaa teachers' chorus sang at the Memorial services held In LI hue Sunday last, under the direction of the American Legion. A. H. Case of Lihue talked to the upper grades on the milling of su gar cane last week. This is the last talk for this yeir on the sugar Indus try. Our track team won third place at Lihue on Saturday. We had a hard but enjoyable excursion. The bronze plates for our con crete gate has been cast by the Honolulu Iron works and will be put on before school closes. These plates bearing the name of the school, are gifts ot the 1921 graduating class. The Benior class is making pre parations for closing exercises next month. We hope it will be possible to hold an lnterscholastlc track meet next month. All children will have a chance to participate in these games, or see our best athletes per form. There may be special events for the teachers. The date of this possible meet, if held, will be an nounced later. . WAIMEA SCHOOL. Interclasrf baseball games, and games between schools in district number one take the place of track practice. The first game was play ed Tuesday between the freshmen and the grammar school. The fresh men cleaned the grammar boys to the tune of 6 to 4. Thursday the grammar school meets Makawell on their grounds. The primary classes received one hundred supplementary readers from the department a few weeks ago They will be exchanged with the other schools at the end of the term. A water meet has been -arranged for June 9. ' Each scfcool in district one will enter two contestants In each of the following event;): Girls 1, optional dive; 2, 20 yd. dash; 3, 80 yard relay. Boys 1, Jack-knife dive; 2, op tional dive; 3, 40 yard dash; 4, 80 yard relay; 5, 100 yard distance swim. The meet will be held Just above Waimea bridge, at 2:30 p. m. This is the first water meet held, in this district and it is 'hoped that it will be a success. Scoring by points. Competent Judges will be chosen from the young men of the com munity. Raymond C. Brown, secretary of the territory, made the school a vis it Tuesday morning. Mr. Brown made the pupils a short address', telling them of the wonderful opportunties they are enjoying as a point' ot our American policy of free public edu cation. Graduation exercises for the 8th grade will be held on June 23, at 7:30 p. in. There Is a splendid class of thirty to finish grammar school thlrf year. All ot the inexpect to enter the freshman class next year. Instructions have been received from the depurtment to the effect that all children should remain on their respective Islands, and not try to crowd Into McKtnley high dchool. The Instructions read that none will be accepted unless their parents or legal guurdiuns live in Honolulu. Mr. Ferrlera has spent the last month with the track team. All bon ors they won are due entirely to his efforts. Mr. Forriera and Mr. Fernadez of Makawell school ar ranged trial meets previous to the field day last Saturday. In both ! Y.M.C.A.Notes The Kapaa boys who are attending the Kauai high school met last Thursday night at the Japanese par sonage and' organized a Hl-Y Club. The boys present at the meeting were Edward Kforgan, Hlr3 Ota, Kinjiro Kojima, Kenneth Alo.au, Yu- taka Tsuunehiro, and Tamotsu Naito. After Mr. Locke had explained the meaning of the Hi-Y Club, the boys proceeded wlthi the election of offi cers. The following wera elected of ficers: President, Edward Morgan; vice president, Y. .Tsnnehlro; secre tary, H. Ota; treasurer, Kenneth Alolau. This Hl-Y club will meet regular ly on, Friday evenings at 7 o'clock at the Japanese parsonage. The mem bers are enthused over the new or ganization. The club now has a de finite program lined up until the first of August. Following Is a sam ple program: Meeting called to or der by the president; business, meet ing turned over to the leader for discussion; debate, games and ad journment. ANOTHER HI JINKS JUNE 17TH (From Makawell News) Did you enjoy the highi Jinks stag ed last month? I guess we will all say we did! Well, we are going to have another on the 17th of this month. The program is not going to be quite as elaborate but there is going to be lots of fun and laugha. There will be several vaudeville numbers, stunts and movies. The admission, for this entertainment will be only ten cents to everybody and the receipts will be added to the piano fund. REMEMBER: HI JINKS, JUNE 17TH, ADMISSION 10 CENTS, CAMP 5 CLUB HOUSE AND THEATER OPENED (From Makawell News) Camp 5 club house was sure op ened with a bang and It has been going that way ever since. On Sun day evening, May 7th, every man, woman and child in Camp 6 turn ed out to witness the rattling good opening program staged in the thea ter part of the club house. There were vaudeville numbers and mov ies and everyone sure had a good laugh. After the show Mr. Dam kroger explained the use of the club house and Its equipment, which was translated by two of the men of the camp. The club house Is open every ev ening and Sunday and there is al ways a large crowd in attendance. Larger Exemption Helps "I wonder why Bill married." "So as to have someone to help him live within his income; he couldn't do it alone." New York Evening Telegraph moets Waimea was fortunate enough to come out at the long end of the horn. One hundred and thirl Hchool children attended the field day. May 27th. CLASSIFIED ADS FOR SALE One Singer sewing machine $15; ice chest $20; dining table, buffet and 4 chairs In gray enamel, 36; one bed, two dressers, one small ta table, with 4 drawers ,$3.60. - See bio, 3S; one table $3. GO; kitchen HATTRICK, Kekaha. FOR SALE Overland car, 1917, model, $375. See HATTRICK, Kekaha. FOR, RENT Two bedroom house on main road adjoining Wailua river, lately oc cupied by W. E. Eklund; with small building for garage and ser vants quarters. Furnished. $60 month. Apply to Lyle A. picker, Tip Top Building, Lihue. M21tf FOR SALE Dodge touring car. Excellent condi tion. Model 1917. G. 8. Sessions, Waimea. tf. FOR SALE I larley Davidson motorcycle, just been thoroughly overhauled at Ka paia Garage. CaBh price $150.00. Telephone 523-L. tt. FOR SALE One solid oak dining room set com plete, $200; one mahogany chiffon neir $50; one mahogany bureau $55; pianola (can be used on any piano) $75. Inquire of F. II. Aaser, Ke kaha, or phone 93-W. 3t. FOUND Tube for heavy truck tire, between Kapaia and Lihue about 2 months ago. Owner can have same by call ing at this office, proving owner ship and paying for this ad. tf. WANTED Ferond hand, medium sUeJ, ice chest. Must be in good condi tion. Inquire at this office. tt TENDER FOR LABOR The Board of Supervisors ot the County of Kauai, will receive bids up to 10 o'clock of June 17th, for all labor and tools necessary for the construction and full comple tion of the following, each to con stitute a separate bid: 1. A teachers' standard cottage, at Hanamaulu School. ' 2. A principal's cottage at Hulela School. Each bid to be accompanied 6y a certified check for 6 per cent of amount bid. Tlans and specifications may be had upon application to the under signed. The Board ot Supervisors reserv es the right to reject any or all bids and waive all defects. R. F. M1DDLETON. (May30June6-13) TENDER FOR MATERIAL FOR CLASSROOMS The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kauai, will receive bids up to 10 o'clock of June 7th, for furnishing ail material needed for the construction of two bungalow classrooms at the Waimea School. A full list of material in bid form may be obtained from the undersign ed. The Board of Supervisors reserv es the right to reject any or all bids and waive all defects. R. F. MIDDLETON. (May 30-June6) TENDER FOR ASPHALT The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kauat will receive bids up to 10 o'clock of June 7th, for furnishing 1000 single headed bar rels of "C" grade asphalt, Peru (30-40) F. O. B. ships tackle, San Francisco, for Port Allen, Kauai; same to be made in four equal monthly shipments. Blank proposals will be furnished prospective bidders upon application to the undersigned. The Board of Supervisors reserv es the riglit to reject any or all bids and waive all defects. ' R. F. MIDDLETON. (May 30-June6) TENDER FOR LABOR FOR CLASSROOMS The Board ot Supervisors of the Couunty of Kauai will receive bids up to 10 o'clock ot Jure 7th for fur nishing all labor and tools neces sary for the construction and full completion of two bungalow class rooms on the Waimea School grounds. Each bid to be accompanied by a certified check for i per cent ot amount bid. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the undersigned. The Board of Supervisors reberv- es the right to reject any or nil bids and waive all defects. R. F. V4DDLEION. (May 30-June6) TENDER FOR MATERIAL The Board of Supervisors of the County of Kauai will receive bids up to 10 o'clock of June 17th for furnishing material for the follow ing, each to constitute a separate bid: 1. For teachers' cottage at Ha namaulu School grounds. 2. For principal's cottage at the Hulela School. A full list of material in bid form, may be obtained from the undersigned. The Board of Supervisors reHerv es the right to reject any or all bids and waive all defects. R. F. MIDDLETON (May30-June6-13) TENDER FOR MACADAMIZING OLOHENA ROAD The Board of Supervisors ot the County of Kauai will receive bids up to 10 o'clock ot June 7th, 1922 for furnishing all material, tools and equipment necessary for the grad ing and macadamizing of approxl mately 3 miles of the Olohena road, District of Kawaihau. Plans and specifications may be obtained from the undersigned. Each bid to be accomponied by a certified check for 5 per cent ot amount bid. The Board ot Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids. R. F. MIDDLETON, County Engineer. (May91C-23-30) TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION OF LIHUE SCHOOL UNITS The Board of Supervisors ot the County of Kaual will receive bids up to 10 o'clock of June 7th, 1922, for furnishing all labor and tools necessary for the construction and full completion of: (1) 6 Units, of 8 classrooms each, (2) 8 Units, of 3 classrooms each, on the Lihue Grammar School new grounds. Each of the above to constitute a separate bid and the Board of Supervisors reserves the right to reject any or all bids. Each bid to be accompanied by a certified check of 6 per cent of amount bid. Plans and specifications may be obtained, by prospective bidders up on application to-the undersigned. R. F. MIDDLETON, County Engineer. (April 23 May2 9-16-23-30.) CERTIFICATE OF PARTNERSHIP Territory of Hawaii, County of Kauai. ss. We, the undersigned, do hereby certify that we are partners trans acting agricultural business In this Territory, at Hanapcpe, in the Coun ty of Kauai, under the firm ramo and style of The Hanapcpe Agricul tural Company; that the names in full of all the members of such part nership are Tom Joe, D. W. Chang, D. Ayet, D. W. Fun, and Q. C. Ching, and that the places of our respective residences are set op posite our respective names hereun to subscribed. In witness whereof wo have here unto set our tin nils this 1 Stli day of May. A. D. 1922. Names: Tom Joe, Eleele; D. W. Chang, Kapaa, D. Ayet, Hanapepe; D. W. Fun, Hanapepe; Q. C. Ching, Eleele, Kauai, T. H. Signed In the presence of Judge A. Dickey. Territory of Hawaii, County of Kauai. ss. On this 18th day of May, 19'2, before me personally appeared Tom Joe, D. W. Chang, D. Ayet, and Q. Ching, to me known to be the portions described in and who ex ecuted the foregoing instrument and acknowledged that they executed the same as their free act and deed. L. A. DICKEY, Notary Public, Fifth Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. CIRCUIT COURT. FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF HAWAII Estate of William Werner, Late of Hanalel, Kauai, Deceased. NOTICE TO CREDITORS All creditors of said deceased are hereby notified to present their claims with proper vouchers or duly authenticated copies thereof, even it the claim Is secured by mortgage upon real estate, to the undersign ed, the duly appointed, and quali fied, Administrator of the estate of said deceased, at his office at Wa- inlha, Hanalel, Kauai, within six months from - the date of the first publication of this .notice, to-wit: May 2nd, 1922, in the Garden Island, newspaper, or they will be forever barred. And all persons Indebted, to said estate are hereby demanded to make immediate payment to said Administrator at the above ad dress. Wainiha, Hanalel, Kaual, May 2nd 1922. A. MENEFOGLIO, Administrator of the Estate of William Werner, Deceas ed. J. Mahiui Kaneakua, Attorney for Estate. (May2-9-16-23-30,1922) NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN MENT GENERAL LEASE Notice is hereby given that at 1 o'clock P.. M., Friday, June 16, 1922 at the office of the Sub-Land Agent Mr. J. M. Lydgate, Lihue, Kauai, T H., there will be sold at public auc tlon to the highest bidder, under the provisions of Section 73 of the Ha wailan Organic Act and Section 380 of the Revised Laws of Hawaii of 1915, a General Lease ot the follow ing Government land: Lot No. 232-B, Kapaa Home steads, 4th Series, Puna, Kaual, containing an area ot 3.84 acres, more or lesB; term of lease, 10 years from June 16, 1922; upset rental, $60.00 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance. The purchaser shall Immediately after the sale, pay the first si months' rental, together with the costs of advertising and all other charges in connection with the preparation of the said lease. The sale of the above General Lease is subject to all the terms and conditions of Government General Lease Issued by the office of the Commissioner of Public Lands. Map of land to be leased and form ot Government General Lease are on file and may be seen at the office of the Sub-Land Agent, County Build ing, Lihue, Kaual, T. H., or at the office of the Commissioner of Public Lands, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. II. For general information apply at the office of the Sub-Land Agent, Mr. J. M. Lydgate, County Building, Li hue, Kauai, T. II., or at the office of the Commissioner ot Public Lands, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. 11. C. T. BAILEY, Commissioner of Public Lands. Land Office. Honolulu, T. II. May 15, 1922. NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN MENT GENERAL LEASES Public Notice Is hereby given that at 1 o'clock P. M., Monday, June 5, 1922, at the front door of the Hana pepe Postoffice, Hanapepe, Kaual, T. II., there will be sold at public auction to the highest bidders un der the provisions ot Section 73 of the Hawaiian Organic Act and Sec tion 380 ot the Revised Laws of Ha waii of IT'15, General Leases of the following parcels of Government land: l) Lot No. 33, Hanapepe Rice and Kula Lots, IIanapiie, Waimea, Kauai, containing an area of 3.40 acres, more or less; term of leas?, 10 jr.ni'u from June 5, 1922; upset rental, $00 per annum, puya'iln scml-unnuully in advance; (2) Lot No. 7411, Hanapepe Town Lots, Hanapepe, Waimea, Kaual, containing an area of 4,340 square ft I, more or less; term of lease, 10 years from June G, 1922; upsn?. rental, $25 per ' annum, payable semiannually in advance; (3) Portion of the Government Land in Nualolo Valley, below the For est Reserve, Nualolo, Waimea, Ka uai, containing an area of 80 acres, more or less; term of lease, 10 years from June 5, 1922; upset rental, $50.00 per annum, payable semi-annually In advance. The purchasers shnll immediately after the sale pay the first six months rental, together with costs, of advertising and all other charges n connection with the preparation f said leases. The sale of the above General Litises Is subject to all the terms and conditions of Government Gen eral Lease issued by the office of the Commissioner of Public Lands. Maps of the lands to be leased and 'form of Government General Lease are on file and they may be seen at the office of the Sub-Land Agent, Lihue, Kauai, T. H., or at the office of the Commissioner ot Public Lands, Capitol Building, Ho nolulu, T. H. For general Information, apply at the office ot the Sub-Land Agent, Mr. J. M. Lydgate, County Building, Lihue, Kauai, T. H., or at the office ot the Commissioner of Public Lands, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. II. C. T. BAILEY. Commissioner of Public Lands. Land Office, Honolulu, May 1, 1922. (May 9-1 6-23-30.) NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT Public Notice is hereby given that at 1 o'clock P. M., Monday, June 5, 1922, at the front door of the Hanapepe Post Office, Hanapepe, Kauai, T. H., there will be sold at Public 'Auction to the highest bid der under the provisions of Section 73 of the Hawaiian Organic Act and Act 143, Session Laws of 1917, the following Government Lot: Lot No. 55, Hanapepe Town Lots. Hanapepe, Waimea, Kauai, contain ing an area of 9,750 square feet, more or less; upset price $4,000.00. The conditions of sale of the a- bove lot are: (a) Only citizens of the United States or persons who have declar ed their intention to become citi zens of the United States may be come the purchaser; (b) Terms, cash at the drop of the hammer; (c) The purchaser shall pay the costs of advertising immediately af ter the sale. Map of this lot Is on file and' may be seen at the office of the Sub Land Agent at Lihue, Kauai, T. II., or at the office of the Commission er of Public Lands, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. II. For general information, apply at the office of the Sub-Land Agent, Mr. J. M. Lydgate, County Building. Lihue, Kauai, T. II., or at the office of the Commissioner of Public Lands, Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. II. C. T. BAILEY, Commissioner of Public Lands. Land Office, Honolulu, May 1, 1922. (May9-16-23-30) TEACHERS ATTENTION Teachers desiring to spend the summer vacation In Honolulu, by communicating with the Roselawn, 1366 King St., Hono lulu, celebrated for its excel lent cuisine, reservations with board can be secured, and at the Beach Annex, 2517 Kala kaua Ave., Waiklki, at reduc ed summer rates.