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NOTES i "415" DESCRIBES
Electrical Machinery Of
The Chinese Tailor by the bridge
went to Honolulu last Saturday
and sailed for China on the Persia.
This village is progressing some
what. W. O. Ozaki is enlarging
his store, Kinoshita is enlarging his,
Ihe poi factory has installed a
new machine for making poi and
is now able to furnish more whole
Among the arrivals on the kinau
Wednesday were Messrs Honan
and Spencer who may play ball
with the Koloa team.
The Mimic A. Caine has arrived
at Port Allen, bringing 500,000
ft. of lumber.
The lumber that has arrived for
the new llanapepe school is of
most excellent quality. The Kauai
Railway Co. ordered by cable.
Mr. Marshall, the contractor,
has 20 men at work and the lower
part of the building is well along.
It is said that the sailing Minnie
vessel A. Caine has a monkey on
board which can do many interest
ing tricks It is valued at $50.00
There were moving pictures in
the new Eleelc Hall Wednesday
A chain was broken in the Mc-
Hryde Sugar Mill on Thursday
night. The mill had to close for
half an hour.
A meeting of the
thletic Club was held
evening. 1'ians were maue lor an
entertainment to be held in about
Mr. and Mrs. Brodic were in
Koloa on Friday. M r . Brodie
talked to the children in Koloa, Ka
laheo, and llanapepe regarding the
Kaluiku Agricultural School.
Hon. W. H. Rice Sr., and W.
H. Rice Jr. were making the circuit
of this side of the island looking
after the school interests.
Mr. Campbell was a caller in Ha
nanene Friday afternoon. He will
leave for Honolulu Saturday, en
route to the coast.
Mr. J. C. Higgins and Mr. Mc-
Clellan of the U. S. Experiment
Station arrived on Kauai on
They are looking into agn
cultural conditions in general.
The Hanapepe school children
received a n interesting and in
structive talk from Messrs Higgins
and McClellan upon the life history
of the Fruit Fly and the best way
to destroy' it.
Judge Dole and Mr. Campbell
were callincr in Hanapepe o n
Wednesday afternoon. They stopp
ed at the Hanapepe school to hear
the talk on the I-ruit Fly
A sou of one of the recent
arrivals from Portugal employee on
McBryde Plantation who is sup-
nosed to be insane, was taken to
Honolulu on Saturday's boat
Some of the homesteaders have
their land plowed and furrowed
readv for the nlantinz of cane
Mr. H. H. Brodie Supervising
Principal will leave for Honolulu
on Tuesday to attend the meeting
of Supervising Principals to be Iiekl
on May 18.
The Lihue-MeBryde ball game
next Sundav will be called at
o'clock in order to allow the Lihue
bovs to reach home before dark.
Koloa News Items
Continued from page 1
ed at Waiinea Thursday to see i
that all the children old enough to
attend school will brought in this !
week so that the authorities would .
know how many rooms and teachers
will be needed next September.
Messers Higgins and McClellan
of the U. S. Agricultural Experi
ment Station paid Prin. Brown a
call Wednesday. Their chief sub
jects of investigation on this trip
fruit flies, rice and cotton.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Brown
are planning to get their summer
rest and change in California this
year. They hope to include the
Yosemite in their itinerary.
Rev. C. D. Milliken also thinks
it time for a change of vacation
places, and will spend the summer
in California where he will visit
Pans arc under way for '-he sale
of 5 autos in Waimsa foi $1 each.
i he way of it is tins 999 men pay
dollar to get left and the
thousandth man pays his dollar
and gets the machine.
iMiere is a new policeofiieer in
Waimea named Sam Smith.
Mrs John Fassoth was the
harming hostess of a luncheon
given Thursday in honor of Mrs.
Alexander of McBryde and Mrs.
Menefoulio of Wainiha. The list
f invited guests included Mos
dames Brandt, Brown, Hansen,
Ilofgaard, Knudsen. M allium,
Sandow. WhittiiiElon a n d Miss
The second volume'of the Waimea
school Maeazine is just out a fine
number under the permanent title
of "The Waimea Workers' Maga
zine." Grade IV plans to make
this a part of its weekly home
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Freight paid to nearest port on order (or fJ ,
(9B $5.00 or over 8m5f. i
ml BENSON, SMITH & CO. ,
A brand new flag graced the
school flag staff on the 9th. inst.,
which reccned a hearty salute.
A school citv has been establish
ed in the Koloa, with a view of
checking any misbehavior in th
grounds o r going t o and from
school, and to secure proper care
of school property. The following
officers have been elected. Heads
of departments, H. Steiliez, T
Hadaina, H. Kuhlman. Minor of
ficers are R. Kaupiko, A. Reyher
Yaichi, Madeline Charnian, Julia
Gonsalves. Soichi Hayashi, and
The Salvation Army held several
meetings here last week under the
leadership of Col. French and
aar Willis, all ot wlucli were
larcely attended by all classes. En
sign Lyman and Mrs. Lyman, and
Dr. Waterhouse assisted materially
toward the success of the meetings
Dr. Derby, the dentist who has
!... ctr.,M-i,,rr Tt'itli fr Fnrlpv fnr
i the past week went to Lihue
The game o f baseball played
lure Sunday which marked the
opening of the series attracted
large crowd of appreciate
Miss Ellen Kalawe is the Koloa
candidate in Tim Gakdkn Island
contest and is working hard for the
Manager Elliott of the Koloa
Trading Co., has purchased some
valuable specimens of the best birds
ever brought to Kauai from the
Lihue Poultry Farm.
Continued from page 1.
Inter Island uses for this m me
purpose. It smells like hog L.I or
engine oil. Nothing can be more
trying to the disturbed or delicate
stomach than this olfensive odor
camped against your cheek all
light upon the pillow. Could we
not have plain clean sheets and
pillows with this Inter-Island
hcathcr-blooin left out?
Is there any inherent reason
hy. you can't sleep in the dark if
you want to' I can understand
that it is convenient to have the
assenger deck lighted up to some
reasonable hour while passengers
are still on deck. But aftet they
have all gone to bed and are vain-
endeavoring to get to sleep,
would it not tacilitate matteis, and
save dynamo power to turn tliese
decK iigms out, or screen tlietn in i
some way so that tliev will not
hine blindingly into the weary
yes of the passengers?
Well aware of the folly of doing
so, the passenger who lias been
there befoie" nevertheless rings
for the steward who conies, listens
courteously to the request, goes
and hunts for the switch just
where he has hunted often before,
nd as often before fails to find it.
riien when he is quite satisfied
that he can't find any switch. If he
is real accommodating he hunts
up a paper bag and robes the light
bodily, tying the paper garment
on with a piece of twine. The
wind blows it off 3 inintes later
and the weary passenger recog
nizes the futility of his rcguest.
He turns over and mutters a few
vain words into the heather-bloom
pillow, that ought nevertheless to
make the Inter-Island ears burn.
Mr. and Mrs. Spalding went to
Honolulu on luesdav last, and
Mr. Spalding returned Friday
morning, tic goes to nouonuu
airain next week t o bring back
Every one is looking forward to
the dance at the Valley House to
be iriven in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
Arthur Rice on May 18.
Ihe Kapaa Pineapple IaiKls go
up to auction on May 25.
Kapaa is now in it with Lihue
uid Wainea as a new hotel has just
been built by Mr. Izumi".
The Fuiimotoes a r e out of
A voung Japanese woman seven
teen years old named Ome Vama
moto died quite suddenly leaving a
babv bov but three weeks old, in
Kealia on Tuesday evening.
Kapaa is now getting a new store
built by Saiki.
Hurrah for the K. A. C's! A
good start is half the gumr. Of-
course the Lihue s are not a very
strong team, but nevertheless ue
feulintr them puts our boys at the
top where let us hope they will re
The S. S. Kinau arriving last
Wednesday morning, brougrt the
following passengers R . R
Reidford, E. D. Baldwin, J . E
Hiccins C. K. McClellan, Miss
Mollie Hiiia. P. Valton, II . E
Armstrong, Hon. G. N. Wilcox
1. S. Hatfield. I. P. Cooke, M. A
Nicolls, A . T . Speare, M r s
Coombs. J. K. Cockett, Autone
Perry, Master Perry, David liana
le, Rev. I. Ishinia.
"Mother, turn the hose on me,'
said little Willie as Ins mania was
dressing him in the morning.
"Why, Willie, what in the world
do you mean?" cried his alarmed
and loving parent.
"Whv, you've put my stock
ings on the wrong side out."
BIG SOCIAL EVENT
continued from page 1
iug. 'Refreshments consisting of
most delicious ice cream and a
variety of cakes and an excellent
punch were specially pleasing
teatures of the evening.
Among the invited guests were
Dr. and Mrs. Putman, Mr. and
Mrs. P.L. Rice, Mr. and Mrs.
Chas. Rice, Mr. and Mrs. Coney,
Mr. and Mrs. Carter, Mr. and Mrs.
C. Wilcox, Dr. and Mrs. Glaisyer,
Mr. and Mrs. Hills, Mr. and Mrs.
Broadbeut, Mr. and Mrs. Moragne,
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, Mr.
and Mrs. Stewart, Mr. and Mrs. de
Hrettcville, Mr. and Mrs. G. P.
Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Palmer, Mr.
and Mrs. Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs.
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Isenbcrg,
Mrs. W. II . Rice, Mrs. Lydgate,
Mrs. Hay, Mrs. A. Rice, Misses
Winstead, Kaui Wilcox, Lulu
Weber, Jordan, Mumford, Roscoe,
Wells, Aver, Mattie Jordan,
Gardner, Soper, Mrs. Christ, Mrs.
Dean, Mrs. Weber, and Messrs.
Loveland, Hardv, Campbell, Gau
dall. G. P. Wilcox, Dole, Craw
ford. De Lacy, W. H. Rice Jr.,
Walter McBryde, Morgan, and
Would it not be possible to have
deck lights amenable to control
that would burn when they were
wanted and go out when they
Respeclsully, hat in hand, I offer
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better than tender any more im
portant requests. .My only, hope
is, that being so modest and so in-
! expensive they may be looked on
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