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There arc two kinds, Manne and Stationary,
o OF o
The Frisbie Motor
which is an automobile type of motor adapt
ed for Motor Boats. Called by engineers
'The All-Day Motor."
1 5 Models., I to 6 cylinders. Marine
and Stationary, 3 to 75 Horsepower.
Self-Starter if desired.
There are so many things about the Frisbie Motor that make
it supremely desirable tha. we can't say it all here. Will you
write for full particulars?
HONOLULU IRON WORKS : : Honolulu
Telephone! 1111 Walluku.!Maul, T. H. P, O. Hox 83
WAILUKU HARDWARE CO.,
General Hardware, Enamelware, Oil Stoves, Twines,
Mattings, Wall Papers, Mattresses, Etc., Etc., Etc.
COFFINS MADE AT SHORT NOTICE.
f Watch for the Sign
Watch for the Sign
the Gasoline of Quality
Wherever you see the Red Crown sign
you can buy an honest, reliable gasoline the
uniform quick acting clean burning kind
that gives you full power that costs you least
per mile. Red Crown is not a "mixture,"
but a straight distilled, refinery gasoline the
best the Standard Oil Company can make.
In gasoline, it is economy to buy the best.
Red Crown signs are furnished to all
dealers handling Red Crown Gasoline.
Watch for the Sign or ask our nearest agency
about delivery in bulk.
Standard Oil Company
IS J Refill
James C. Toss, Jr.,
The only two ideas be
hind the manufacture
ami sale of REGAL SHOES
are: to give the maxi
mum of stylo and com
fort for the most reason
able price. Sold in this
Regal Boot Shop
(Parcel Post Charges Prepaid.)
Almost continuous rains in the
Kuiaha pineapple district is caus
ing much loss to the growers in
petting their rapidly ripening crop
to the canneries. Probably no where
in the Territory are there worse
roads than through the homesteads
at the present time. Where in nor
mal years $1 per ton is about the
average cost of hauling the fruit to
the canneries, this year the cost is
as high as $2.50 per ton, and much
difficulty is experienced in getting
teams even at that price.
All of the growers are suffering
moi r less fruit to rot in
ttie i. ,us, and the road-sides are
strewn with fine fruit which has
been thrown away to relieve strug-
ing horses. Owing to the low
prices wine'' the packers are pay
ing, most of the growers arc not
trying to market their second grade
fruit at all, which brings but half
the price of No 1 grade.
Stanley Livingston estimates
that he has lost at least 50 tons of
fruit, and other growers tell about
the same story. The yield has
been exceedingly satisfactory as
far as tonnage goes, but there i
little enthusiasm in the district on
this account, where the growers
understand that every ton is being
produced at a loss.
Seven Filipinos, arrested on
Tuesday at Waikapu, by officer
Holslein, pleaded guilty in the dis
trict court of gambling with cards,
and each paid a fine of $5. A sex
tet of Japanese, caught by Police
man Wilson, in the Iligashi Hotel,
and charged with gambling with
dice, elected to stand trial. They
were all found guilty and fined $10
each with the exception of Iliga
shi, the hotel proprietor, who was
soaked $25. The names of the
others are Takahashi, Furugawa,
Nishimoto, Ayabe and Nakahara.
ine Live Stock
For Kuiaha Farmers.
At the lowest market price.
CHAS.WII.OCX :- V. Wailukn ti
LODGE MALI, No. 984, A. F. & A. M
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahului, on the first
Saturday night of each month at
73:0 P. M.
Visiting brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
K. K. HKYINS, R. W. M.
A. L,. CASK,
Unconscious Humor Culled
From Examination Papers
The 92 examination papers of
applicants for teachers' certificates
have just been passed upon by the
committee appointed by the com
missioners of public instruction.
The papers are illuminated by
occasional bright lights of uncon
scious humor. Some of the ques
tions with their amusing answers
are given below:
J. Give the mtisculine form of
A. A convict.
Q. Xnme one of the common
A. A sword.
O. What instrument governs
the United States?
A. The compass.
U ("live the tnusculine form of
A. She went.
Q. I low would you fumigate a
A. I would throw creolin in
the washroom, and on the dog.
O. What should be introduced
in vocational training?
Q. What is the value of a high
A. It should help to develop
the mental cavities.
Q. What are the changes of
government since Kamehameha?
A. In Kainehaineha's time there
was feudalism, and people ran
around without clothes or furni
O. What are some of the evil
effects of alcohol?
A. Need I quote Shakespeare:
What fools ye mortals be!"
Out of the 92 who took the ex
aminations, which began Monday
and continued until Wednesday,
two got grammar grade certificates,
15 primary grade, 14 second per
mits and 12 first permits. A per
centage of .48 passed. The names
of those successful in the examina
tions are not given out. This is
the best percentage ever made, it
was stated in the superintendent of
public instruction's office tin;
morning. Honolulu Slar-lhtlletin
Considerable interest is being
taken by the Kuiaha homesteaders
in live stock at the present time.
Last week a herd of 16 blooded
Jersey cattle arrived, from Oaliu
for James Lindsay of Haiku, and
the Lurline from the coast brought
for Prof. F. G. Krauss a very fine
thoroughbred Berkshire boar, from
the famous Wright herd, of Santa
Maui Fines Held Back
By European War
The war in Europe lias interrupt
ed the shipments of Hawaiian pine
apple, which up to recently has
been heavy. Mast of the Montan
an's cargo of cSO'JO cases from Maui,
lust week, it is understood was des
tined for Kurope, as was also a
large quantity aboard the Lurline.
All this has been diverted to Ameri
can agencies. Considerable concern
is expressed among the packers over
Maui Now Yery Healthy
With the lifting of the quarantine
the first of the week, from the sear-
let fever case previously reported
to the board of health, and from
the last diphtheria case, Maui is
now, so far as is known, absolutely
free from all quarantinable disease,
Much to the relief of the health
authorities, the Japanese child
which was discovered to have scar
let fever, at a late stage of the dis
ease, seems to have failed to spread
the contagion, although a close
Honolulu Wholesale Pro
duce Market Quotations
Issued By the Territorial Marketing
Division, Aug. 7, 1914.
ISLAND l'KOIJUCU ONLY.
Kggs unci Poultry.
Fresh Chicken Kggs, doz..... 47 1-2
Fresh DueU Kggs, uo
Huns, Hi 85 lo
Roosters, lh 3fi
(rollers lb 40
MATSON NAVIGATION CO.
26$ lllarktt Strut, San Tramiste, California.
FREIGHT AND PASSENGER SERVICE
San Francisco Pugct Sound
PIXJBT HOl.ND Hnwnllnn iRlitnd
S. F. Arrive Leavu Arrivo Leave
Wilheltnitiit. .May 6
Hilnuiati May 9
Manoa May 12
Matsonia . . . .May 20
Knterprise. . .Mav 23
Lurlinc May 26
Ilyndes May 2S
Williehnina. . June 3
Huiiolulan . . .June 6
Manoa June 9
Matsonia . . . .June 17
Ililonian . . . .June 20
Lurline June 23
Enterprise. ..June 27
Manoa July 7
Ilyndes July 9
Matsonia. . ..July 15
Lurline July 21
Ililonian. . ..July 30
Enterprise. .Aug. 1
Manoa Aug. 4
Matsonia . . .Aug. 12
Lurline Aug. lS
Hyades Aug. 20
May 12 May t6
May 31 June 4
Juue 9 June 15
June 23 Juue 27
July 12 July IS
Aug. 2 Aug. 8
Aug. 23 Aug. 29
Aug. 1 1
Mav ib 5'.
June 1 1 78
June 3 3
June 9 5
June 211 115
June 17 72
Jol.v 3 45
June 23 57
July lo 42
July 1 4
July 7 6
July 23 79
July '5 73
July 25 116
July 21 5S
July 29 5
Aug. 15 46
Aug. 4 7
Aug. 12 74
Aug. 18 59
Sept. 4 So
Aug. 29 117
Aug. 26 6
Sept. 1 8
Sept. 9 75
Sept. 2k 47
Sept. 15 60
PORTS OF CALL.
Honolulu and Ililo.
S. S. Matsonia To
vS. vS. Wilhelmina. j
5" ?Ia"?a I To Honolulu and Kahului.
S. S. Lurline )
.S. S. Knterprise To Ililo direct.
S. S. Ililonian ")
S. vS. Hyades All Hawaiian Ports.
S. S. Ilonolulan )
Indicates that steamer carries combustibles and freight
onlv (no passengers).
SUBIECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO., Agents, Kahului.
Sfime dable3aliului Siailroad Co.
Daily Passenger Train Schedule (Except Sunday)
The following schedule went into effect June 1st, 1013. J
Turkeys, lb Hfi
Ducks, Muscovy, 111 30
Ducks, Hawaiian, tin. 5.&C
Live Slock-- Live Weight.
Hogs, IIMKiD lbs, lb !'!
Hogs, 100 lbs. audovcr, lb 11
urk, lb 16 to .SO
Mutton, lb i) 1 to .11
Duel, lb us to .IU
Calves, lb 11 to li!
Irish, UK) lbs I Oil
Sweet, red l.uu to 1.35
" yellow "
New Herniudas, lb IM I ato.u 3 4
Portuguese, lb 08
Means, string, lb 03
llcans, lima iu pod. lb o-i
lleets, doz. buuctl 3
Cabbage, lb Itt to
Carrots, doz. buuch 30
Cowl, sweet, lou ears 1. 50 lo 1.75
Peppers. Hell, lb
Turuips, while, lb
Tomatoes, lb OS to .04
Turnips, yellow, lb r 03
Ilananas, Chinese bunt-li... 'JO to .to
ilananas, cooking, bunch. 75 lo 1.00
Figs, 100 n
liruiKS. Isabella, lb OS
Oranges, liuwaiiau, MU Mm
Limes, Mexican, WO "5
l'iucapplcs. doz tin to .85
Strawberries, lb 15
Lima, cwt 13 4
Kcit Kidueys m
Small whiles 05
Corn, small yellow, Ion '""
Corn, Large 3s.5u
Charcoal, bag - :c"
Hides, wet nailed, No. I. lb II I -'
No. I M I J
KiM, lb II I !
Sheep Skius, raoh 15
Coul Skins, while, cacb 15
.02 1 !
-JO lo SO
III to .01 II
(14 to .04
5 23,3 2"
5 2;3 17
5 '" 3 "7
5 00 ,2 55
4 52 2 47
4 5i 2 46
4 45 2 4"
4 442 39
4 4"! 2 35!
M I A M j
S 42 6 vSl
8 3u!6 2si'5'3
I... Haiku ..A
16 4 8 5" 3M
o 6 50 9 ool 40
3 35 5 3s
3 45 5 48
' 42 3 47
2 15 4 2-
2 23 4 2.S
2 3" 4 3
Ml" A M J P M
. 0 L..Kuhului..A 2. Vi; 223 15
3 00f. 10 2.5,A-I,u"ene..i:i (, j. a 0")
I I 1 !i
1. All trains iluily except Sundays.
2. A Special Train (Labor Train) will leave Wailuku daily, except Sun
days, at 5:30a. in., arriving at Kahului at 5:50 a. in., and cuunect
in"; with the 0:(0 a. m. train for Puuncne.
3. BAGGAtiK UATKS: 150 pounds of personal liaae will be
carrieil free of charge on each whole ticket, and 75 pounds on
each half ticket, when bagige in in charge of and on the same
train as the holder of the ticket. For excess baggage 25 cents per
100 pounds or part thereof will be charged.
For Ticket Fares and other information see laical Passenger Tariff I.
C. No. 8, or impure at any of the Depots.
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