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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 11, 1913, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 11 ,1913
FACTS FOR TOURW
Distance To Points Of Interest
From Lilme ' -
silk Next time pEHSU
F rTr will make your friends wonder now you So
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; To Mn,ns
Nawiliwili 1 ,
Wailua River 6
Kapaa landing 9
Ifr. a'Wuimcn P
, O to Olokele
En of Can-
n Road 4
Ha apcpe fall 16
Pir- Kapele 11
Ifr i Lihue to
Wi lua Falls 4
Fr ! Hanalci to
Wi, :iiha P. H 7.
Kilauea landing 26 H. :iia caves 11
-tT mace your friends wonder now you
get tkat nice, rick, savory crust tkey
somehow cannot take, Be generous! Give them
the secret-Tell them at out "Calif ene" the new
shortening that makes : very taking dayckeer---Be
sure tliey remember the name Calif ene
"-jmade in California".
PIES, CAKES, PASTRY, DOUGHNUTS, MAYONNAISE
BEST COSTS LESS- -MONEY BACK AT YOUR GROCER
UNITED STATES GOVERNMENT .INSPECTED. ' ''!&&mT
1 k i. . .
tir i r. m n . f
vv Ci.o i t. k In M E A T C O MP ANY , 4
SAN FRANCISCO, U. S. A.
The Commercial Man s
& & &
DICK OLIVER, Manager
Cor, Fort & Bit. Sts., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single o r i n
OPEN DA and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISD'ELlT
FOR SAIF -r 't-Slipl'tly
1 Jl unULi pianos-'-alinost iro
NOW READ THE ADS
pianos-'-alinost good us
Honolulu Music Co. tf.
Sperry Hour Best on the coast
is the housewife's boast. tf.
l ill ill A 'ari'guLd ifSt! ill
El I lilll llllPH " a smart dresser guided Ly a
$1.50, $2, $2.50 and up
"The Store for Good Clothes"
Dinah, crying bitterly, was com
ng down the street with her feet
bandaged. "Why, what on earth'S (thc
matter?" she was asked. "How
did you hurt your feet, Dinah?"
''Dat good fo'' nothin' nigger
Lsuiflle doue hit me on de hand
wif a club while I was standin' on
de hard stone payment."
Concluded from last week.
all responsibility that the case
does not become a menace to the
public health. This has had good
results maiiy more cases of better
class patients being now reported
The assumption that the increase
of registered cases is due to a larger
proportion of cases being reported)
in Honolulu at least, is tully con-'
finned when the number of deaths
for the last fiscal year is consider
ed. The number of cases, and -the
number of deaths are constantly
proportional in respect to a n y
epidemic disease, yet while the in
crease in reported cases has been
from 173, at the end of last year,
to 272, at the end of tiie- present
year, the number of deaths' from
tuberculosis has been , actually
slightly reduced, (from 169 t o
166). This includes only those
cases the Bureau has had the
supervision of viz.; Pulmonary
Tuberculosis a n d Haemptysic
Tuberculosis or infectious cases of
Had the increase of cases been
actual, instead of apparent, the
number of deaths would have in
But there is still another factor
to be considered . This Bureau is
confident that before close super
vision was kept over cases' of tuber
culosis, deaths from that disease
were frequently reported as
''Pneumonia" which were actually
tuberculosis. Now such deaths are
classified with tuberculosis, but
in spite .of this, the number of
deaths, from tuberculosis is slight
ly less than last year. That the
above ha some foundntiou is evi
denced by the fact that the deaths
from pneumonia for. 1911-12 are
only 122 as comparrd with 188 for
the previous yeir.
Indeed it is not too ni'ich to lav
claim to. that the number of cases
n Honolulu at the close of the
present fiscal vear is much less
than at the end of last year, and
this in spite of an increase in popu
lation. Slight as the lowered mortality
is for the year, it is most encourg
iug and a further incentive to con
tinue the fight against this terrible
But still another prqof of there
being actually less cases, is con
tained in Table VII.
In spite of the fact that Honolu
lu is the "clearing house" for
many cases of tuberculosis (cases
coming to it from all the other
counties) yet the increases o f
cases over last year is only 60 p'er
cent; while in the other counties
(although many cases are n o w
credited to Honolulu which should
Jte credited to them) we find that
there has been a considerable iu-
crease (except Kauai). An increase
of 60 per cent in Honolulu, as
compared with 110 per cent on Ha
waii, and over 100 per cent on
As for Kauai, there is strong
evidence that many cases on -Kauai
are reported, as evidenced by
the fact that the number of unreg-
The best flour know i, in every
home Sperry tlour. . tf.
Sooner or later a woman gets to
judge her husband by the way he
acts about his collar buttons.
Now Read the Ads
istered deaths is the number of
registered deaths as four to one
a higher ratio than any where in
the Territory, except Oahu it
showing no registered deaths, but
this is explained by the .fact, "that
almost all serious'cases are sent to
Honolulu for treatment at the Day
Camp or Leahi Home.
It is hoped that next year -will
show some impression on the
figures belonging to the outside
districts; the chief energies of the
Bureau being how. directed against
the disease in Honolulu, although
Sanatoria have been established on
Maui and 'Havaiiv'jind thse&vvjll
tenu to neip wie situation in 'tuose
Much of the work of the Btiredu
has necessarily been given to Ho
nolulu where it is situated; and in
close touch w i t h donditiond'
although much help has been.given
bj advice and direction to the out
. -; ' Established 1859,4
Honolulu, Hilo. Waimba
j j o
Transacts a General Bakning
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed. at the. rate
of 4 .pr cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits..
Interest paid on Time' De
posits at the following raies:
3 Months 3 per ceni
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
. All. business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives carel til and prompt
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions. , '
Sperry products for the house;- '-V
wife', the . trade, the best that's !
Light, white, always1 rig h
RUUSWIGK -BALKE -CQLLENDER.GQ.
Established over 60 years
71 Queen St) t Honolulu
Large Stock .
1 niii jjgg
Billard and Six
Tiled; Oak Exterior, 7-16 Opal Glass Interior.
Best in Values That Haye Ever Been
,'Qffered the Consumer. " v -
Supplies of All kinds.
Make our. Store Your HEADQUARTERS
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