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Till". GARDF.N ISLAND. TTF.SDAY. MAY
l"p-to-d,,te Livery, Draying .mil boarding Stable and
Liv rv I'.ii-inc-s.
XYV(lZf V cv I rr r tut
il lit? I rS 1 I M li I I
i BETWEEN Lii IUE and KEKAHA J
Leaving I.ihuc every Miiinl.iy, Wednesday ami Friday. J
ft Leaving Kckaha every Tuesday, Thursday ami Saturday. 0
jj ARRIVING AT THF.IR DF.STINATION IN TIIRLi: HOfRS
W. WEBER Manager.
$ Teleplione 4 W Wairaea P. O. Dox 48 I
Coney Garage Co., Ltd.
.1. II. CoNF.Y. M magir
ArTOMoi;iI.l To ALL PARTS oF KAl'AI
DAY OR NIGHT.
and Light Machiik rv Repaired, Plumbing and Gas Fit
Au'.oir.obile Sn pi d ic Agent- fur the Kis-.il Kar,
Chalmers Detroit. Hud-on. (irainin. Logan Truck,
Ltd.. Nnwilivvili. Kauai
Some Poultry Facts Stops Japs To Mexico
(Special to tiie ( lard en Island)
1 f y on think of buying stock get F.vki.r. Lass, Mav 2. L 1- re
theliest. ported here, that the Japanese,
Rest satisfied with doing well government prohibits any further
and leave others to talk. imit ation of Japanese to Mexico.
the result o a ciiinpi.imt that lapa
Cover the tloors with fine sand ,,e.se wi n-crossing the line into the
and have a Los in a corner of the Lnited States,
hen house, where the sun can '
pour on it, well filled with dry
It pays tl) m--it . fresh from
the LuUhels, even at 'n cents a
liound. in winter, if eggs are high.
I'sc a pound of lean meat chopped
fine, for Jo hens daily.
The excessive Use of wood a-heS
ill dust should he avoided. They
destroy tile oil ol tile skin and
feathers and make them harsh and
dull, as well as ruin the color of
A good culkr is alway a man of
t experience. 1 11 e llleXpellellCeil
hreedef often does not know
Signs His Resipalion
(Special to the Lirdan Island)
Mi Men Cirv, May J4. What
i.; considi it d to Lean authentic
report w as cii iilak d here last
nieht to the effect that President
Ilia li.nl signed his resignation the
doiumcllt to lie presented to the
Mexican Congress to-day.
To Go To Federal Prison
(Special to the Garden Island)
HuMil.M.r. May 27. Anderson
(race ami loir.i Winnie mav nc
difference between a good and poor st.nt tu the coast where they will
hird. He can easily learn by -study- he placed in the Federal prison.
it,., skm.ko-.l and if In- k not I'.v order ot tne L. cs. Attorney
Guaranteed for Six Months
Six Pair to the Box
Ladks' Lisle, ill hlaih. white all'
Childici's Ki!,l..-d. 1 i' k ,nh .
Men s Cott on . ll.ii k and tan. 1.75 !N
Men's Li-le, 1.1. h k and tan. f-.i Lo
Men's Cotton, white ami assorted color
I tan. 5 ? .' i i Lux
Sole Agents, Honolulu
and Colt Aci tvlel'.e Li;;'!
Avents for the I.I. STI-.AM XAV. CO.
willing to do tliis he should retire
fi om the l.usiness.
It may he- diarrhea
more common, cousin
makes the chickens droop
or. what is pen;es Graft Charges
diarrhea a little bhiL'k pepper mix-
(Si'ccial to the (iardeii Island)
IIii.m, Mav 20. The Ililo Kr.il-
WE ARE SELLING
2 Regular Sis.in Suits for $12.50
ed in meal, scalded milk or a couple way Co., emphatically d e n i es
of pepper pills will jte'iicraliv prove Lord's ch.ue.es of a hold-up on
ellectual For constipation a n prices of hauling freight , claiuiiiiK
abundance of reen food will give he has always had a rate of seventy-
sired together with money order.
Get one of these suit-; while thev last.
ie and color de-
The FIBRE NEEDLE
The Fibre Needle is a new inven
tion which permits the runniujj of
many records with the same needle
w ithout the least damage to records
or decrease in the tone. They do
awav with that scraping sound.
The FIBRE NEEDLE
Our l'.leele store, Kalihiwai and
Koloa branch stores can supply
you w ith these new needles.
The Latest Records
V.'e have j r.-t received iiev rec
ords which inclmles the very latest
pieces, : : : : :
FROM $10.00 UP
J. I. SILVA, Proprietor.
Garden Island-Hawaiian Star
more than the jiri.
P.olh of these papers offered at
one. l'.verybod on K;:ti:.i know -r,-o
in.u '.'. i.h each is-uc, and is be
taut to readers and. advert ;--v. l s.
dollars and fifty cents pi r c.tr. p.
The Ilawaiia l St.ir is now cdiud by Walt
r in iv and eiier-'i tic mat:. i.ietueiit. It 1
able connections wit!; Sail l'lali. i-.co and W'a d i ' i I 'J U
the (larilni Island. It is im-nuiiu:-1.'
mole and more iinpor
Ls ub-( riptioll rate is two
!' (i. Smith anil is
as latch- established
i issed .
anils new-, are uiisitr
. dollars per ve..r.
for l;.i:id!iu:.; Honolulu and
The rate for the I) d. v is i
Our CluLliing Rate Tcr Ecth One Yeir, h $9.15; Six Months, $4.85
Or, the GARDEN ISLAND and SEMI-WEEKLY STAR
One Year, For $3.95c
" Addri Lihue Kauai.
The safest and surest method of
preventing' the entrance of rats into
poultry houses is to place half inch
wire netting under the floors.
If the floor is of earth the netting
can be placed Lelew the level of
the ground and the earth throivn
on it. bv which method it cafi be
Look well alter the water. Keep
it always In-fore the fowls, pure and
clean and renew it frequently. Do
not let tin. m tlrir.k water grown
tepid in tie sun. W'hv these
things should be injurious wy do
not pretend to know, but a great
many poultrv men have found
He who puts the finest product
on the market reaps the richest
harvest, l'.ggs arj refined wheat,
corn, grass and contain much that
on the farm would go tu waste.
In winter a basket of 5i) dozen will
bring more money than a load of
hay it took a large patch of laud to
grow, a team to cut, a horse and
man to rake, two men to stack and
a team, wagon and man to market.
Sell fresh eggs or none at all. Get
just as far as possible from the
general lot dumped on the corner
grocery. Seek for regular cus
tomers and get retail prices. Stop
cr ing about low rates and cheap
goods by rising above thein. Here
in is the secret of successful poul
It require-; a vear's experience to
know where 111- mistakes are m nL,
and if one can learn how to avoid
them, half of the difficulty will
have been overcome. The great
est mistake is in undertaking the
business with too many hens.
The proper mode is to commence
with a small fli ck, breed from
these until the d.-sired number
lias been secured. A bleeder who
had but little experience when he
began procured several hundred
hens with which to commence.
but nearly Uvo-thirus ot them
died with disc.se. He regards
the disease as the most fortunate
thing that happened, as he found
out how to avoid mistakes thai he
had made, and the result is that
he has since made his flocks pay
ln.k.cks are discoiu a;, i'.ig. but
they are sometime- bl.-s,ings ill
That one egg i- as g. ml as an
other i- a mistaken idea, and il
you do not think so trv for a while
the work of selling -trictly choice
eggs to a customer e;gs I rom
liens that hascbc' ll will kipt and
fed oil wholesome tool then put
in a few eggs laid by a poorly
fed. or di-eas.-d hell an 1 see if the
customer doe- not comp'.un.
Wive nctl.in; h..s .dmo-i cm-
'.'.eU-iv t;. ':-!! the p! iCe of old lime
Lth- in bir.;d.i:N 1
live cents pi r ton.
divisions in the houses are now
also made with the wire netting.
Fine mesh wire is now used be
tween the walls, where there are
dead air spaces, and beneath the
floors to keep out rats. A proper
use of wire netting w ill render a
whenever fresh earth is poultry fence absolutelv rat proof.
Wherever It is used It adds to the
appearance and is fully as cheap
as laths autl much more durable.
A cellar is an excellent place for
an incubator, because it is usually
of an even temperature, especially
if the cellar is one that will pre
serve roots and fruits; but the
atmosphere should be pure, which
will not always be the casj in
winter. Any place will answer
for the incubator that is of an
even and regular temperature.
If the incubator is in a room
where the temperature changes no
harm will result, provided the
operator watches the lamp flame
and does not allow too much heat
to accumulate. The hot water in
cubator (no lamp) must be ope
rated in a warm place, if possible,
in order to avoid loss of heat at
It is important that the egg- for
hatching receive consideration fiom
the first. J'.very male that is not
active and full of life should be
sacrificed for one that is better.
He careful in feeding the hens, as
eggs from very fat hens seldom
hatch and if they produce chicks
will be Week and punv. Much
time can be saved in selecting only
strong and healthv hens for pro
ducing egg- tor hatching.
Difficult as is the lesson, it is
llevel theles- true that profit in
raising hi oilers or flr-t class roast
ers conies from broad, deep, full
breasted birds, yellow in skin
legs. Tin.- scraggv little 1
yard hen, with a mongrel male
as the sire of her chicks, is incap
able of producing a chick that will
leach three pound.- weight lone
before it is matured, at whiih
p'-liod of existence it Ce.lsispibe
a "bloiler." It is the Use of good
breeds that gives sUCCe-- and plo
fit. The storekeeper who keeps eggs
in his cellar from a week to a
month lien's to be looked alter.
Legs sh mid be shipped along as
fast .is po .hie.
The big coniinilon handlers
candle all their eggs before ktting
them out. It is the onlv way to
keep good with their CIlsiolMel s.
One bad egg in a four doen i..-
U.av llleaU the loss of thill best
i-.sp. iik i s, Tlie pio.'.u.-ir -ha ill. i
do the sallle if he Wishes to is
tablish ,:i.il kee a l.ilir.e t'oi plo
dtlcikg ),o"m1 ege,s. When this is
dol'e a piodtic r can i ,1-iiv r I'.ii v.
fro::! 1 to .". or i . n 5 -i ni- p r
do, n .,.! . than the i i i a. pi o -
E A V E
Till; ADVANTAGF. OF THK " HF.AVLR" DIK SToCKS
lie in the fait that they thread all sizes of pipe without chang
ing dies: are adjustable, anl built on easy worin,r (receding
die) principle which positively enables one to thread any size
of pipe, and produce absolutely tP,ht joints tor all woik. in
cluding hot water.
Tin-: "HF.AVF.R" i rixcillf: is lkovi-.n and rf.mains
Honolulu Iron Works Company
Agents for Hawaiian I -lands.
To live in Hawaii
without wearing a
-jr,."'"! 111,11 1 . llljin.
We carv the Kyii'Iii'-'
most exclusive style- and shai'es in straws and therefore can
salisfv the most exclusive tastes.
$1.5o to $3.50
! , T.,,.. ,;--i
We are also agents for the
faun as J. li. Stetson Hat.
Th.se hat- are very popular
with those vv ho appreciate the
hest in head-gear.
Mail Orders Promptly Attended To.
M. Mclnerny, Ltd.
Hawaiian Girl Honored M A0TH0IB1Y
Mis, Minnie Ki-sd. 1!. S . M. S..
of the Kaillehailkha Schools, whose
paper Oil "The economic sciwccd
of Hawaii and their food Value.''
p'.lbl.slkd ill the annual 1 1 port of
the loc.d fe'liial ex tiinn nf .--tation
of loop, won her ;i "'table" at the
.Naples li.ulogicid laboratory, wi.l
shortly .llblisll ;i s.-eouil seielltifk
paj.er. "Notes on the marine algae
of 1 law .lit . ' ' Adv.
Kuhio Is Aeain Huhu
( Spe ial to tl
1 1, im ii.i'i.r.
vv;a:hinl at M
k -t; ie-iions i . v ,rd- n
the Kapiolalli L-t ale.
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MAR 1 N MRS
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lightid M..y I'M 1. The whi.i
hand latiteilk exliibited from ti:i
buoy during the lime it rwn.iiui .'
uiili..h!ed. was discontinued i i;
the - oik- iL.te.
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