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25, 1913. , ... 3 I
Lihue Poultry Farm
P. O. Box 106.
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The favorite S. S.SIERRA, 10,
000 tons' displacement, sails from
Honolulu Jan. 11.
First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, Si 10.
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L Y. TIM
' Has entered the rent ser
vice, and1 has provided him
self, with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
Local and Personal
Charlie Gray of Kapaa was in
Frank Crawford s bungnlor
Blowing Off Steam
M. Jacobs o f Honolulu
visitor to the Garden Island,
Misses May and. Oiga lk-chert
are visitinds in Honolulu.
Judge Dole was transacting busi
ness in Wnlinea Thursday.
The best flour knowny- in every
home Spe'rry llour. ' tf.
D. K. Hayseldon of Makaweji
returned from Honolulu Wednes
day. A. a. M. McBryde came up
from Honolulu Wednesday morn
ing. Miss F. E. Wiley was ah arrival
from Honolulu on Wednesday's
Sperry flour t h c bast every
where, the bakers declare. tf.
Manager Bayer of the Makaweli
Store returned Wednesday from
livery action in company ought
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! especially in speaking.
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asked; and when desired, do it
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neither in jest no earnest.
Show not yourself glad at the
misfortune of another.
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Everything in this
Sii.vsr. and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise" of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
We npivtly pack untl.innil
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
THE KAPAIA AUTO CO.
Our big 1912 model, 5 seatcr,
upholsterred Buick, istlio car you
are looking for if you wish to travel
in comfprt anil fafoty.
Itcasonablc rates a n (1 careful
drivers. Special attention is given
Any time you may wish to make
a hurry-up call you will Hurt us
"on the job."
The flour of the west is Sperry,
Real Estate and Insurance
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Service at all hours,
F. E. DAVIS & CO-
HONOLULU, T, fH'.
Nuuaku and ' ilEitcirANT Stukkts
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
. ons, .Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
, - There is one word so generally
misused that the misuse is an
Americanism father thanalocalism,
declares the Youths Cotftpaniou.-
He had built himself a lovely
home, says .the young woman
from Maine. He took me all
over ins home," says tne voung
nian from California. If you will
use the worn house when you
mean the structure of bricks and
mortar, and the word "home"
when you mean the creation of
family affection that we all revere,
you wil never profane one of the
sacred words of the language,
Ah Alabama school boy raised
222 bushels of corn on one acre
His father raised less on 29 acres
The excavation work on the
new Lihue Store building is near
Mr. and Mrs. i. P. Clapper of
Kealia were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Dean , and
judge t-. b. Dole autored over to
Auahola last Thursday.
Supervisor A, Menefoglio of Ha
nalei was a returning passenger
from the metropolis last Wednes
day. W. H. Stuart of the Honolulu
Electric Co., was a Kinau ai rival
from Honolulu Wednesday morning.
Miss Lulu Hackbarth returned
Thurday from an extended visit
with her sister, Mrs. Geo. Bertram
St. C. Laver representing Rai-
near Bottling Works, with head
quarters at Honolulu, spent the
latter part of last week on Kauai.
Hans Reichelt, assistant book
keeper for the Lihue Plantation
returned from Honolulu on the
The Moragnes will occupy the
Gandall home, and the Deans who
are at .present domiciled at the
Fairview will accupy the house va
cated by Moragnes.
A - ,;
(Tost of your
by the use
The Meal Shorteniii
Use CALIFENE in making
ntWtort SwdOil - OleoSteqrar I
and all general cooking
WILili EHEi tained frcm specially
selected cattle anil absolutely
pure, vefincd vegetable oil.
There is no purer, more whole
some food substance. Made
under the watchful e3rc.sof U.S.
government, inspectors by the
stern Meat Co,
SAN FRANCISCO, U. S. A.
T .1 It
ror sale at all
THE OTHER WOMAN
d 1 in m v
Pi "! IS
ill r.ifiMinirv s IE
Richard Washburn Child
Captain Nathan Hazard had a
1 j T t
uaugiuer. x saw ner once a
Porto San Carlos in the middle of
a West Indian winter, and I must
say that she was a pretry girl as
pretty as any who ever had the
salt spray on her face. I certainly
would not have blamed any one
who fell in love with her.
They used to say at'fhe Planters
Club that the old New Englander
had married the daughter of Jose
Petronius Manuelez, the head of
the Spanish merchandising firm
which did business in San Juan
and Havana, also in half a dozen
other ports of call in those waters.
The story ran that she had set sail
with him one black night in the
schooner Agnes' May, of Baniror:
that she was married by a slcv pilot
who brought bad luck to the
voyage, there being, nothing but
storms and doldrums all the wav
around the Horn and uptheChilean
and Peruvian coasts; and that after
twelve months the Spanish wife
died in the midst of clear weather
and a spanking breeze off Cape San
However that may be she left a
strange and wonderful legacy in
this erirl who was called, after the
place she was born "Iiugenie."
Captain Nathan grew out of his
youth and old without ever taking
so much as a look of interest at
any other creature in petticoats.
He.had never had an eye for a
pretty face but once, he had loved
the mother with .all his heart and
soul, and there was an end of it.
The, daughter was left, and she and
the Agnes May were his life.
The girl.took.her looks from her
Spanish blood and her character
from ancestors who had wrestled
with thin soil and slapping seas
and codfish trawls, and had shipped
under Cambridge and Farragut
and gone on their knees to God at
bedtime. -Think it foolish, if you
will, when I say that she had, eyes
like deep pools of water, a mouth
dedicated to tenderness, n skin thc!
color, of well-seasoned ivory, hair
blacker than an overcast night, and
the 'mold of arms 'that would make
a man wonder at how fine could be
he touch of 'tNature's , fingers.
Then, in spite of ,all and contra
dicting all, her mind was carved
outiof a sense of duty and framed
in -a, setting of the stern virtues;
the British Consul spoke well when
he pointed out that she was a Saint
Agatha m Cleopatra's skin.
The Agnes May-, for her part,
was no beauty at all. She had seen
her ;best years, and though Hazard,
in memory of her pagt speed md
glory, kept her painted like an
ancient countess and spick and
span as a training ship, it seemed
to many a seafaring man in and
around the Caribbean and the
Gulf that she must be near the end
of her life, and a bad insurance
risk. None the less, on every
third voyage Capta in Nath an would
bring Eugenie with him, and there
would be the ends of embroidery
threads on the sand-scrubbed after-
ck and two places set on the
mahogany in the Captain's room,
with its' white panels a n d gilt
arabesques running along the edge
of the, ce:hng and a picture of the
mother hung 011 the wall.
Perhaps the idea of her niarry
n g never occurred to Captain
Nathan;- certainly according to all
that-1 can hear I believe it never
iad occurred to her. A baker's
dozen of young Spaniards and rich
sugar-growers had tried their
hands without so much as having
Eugenie recognize that they were
anything more than well disposed
and polite. This -was true in our
end of the world and no doubt
was true in the cold North too; for
that very reason the stop at Porto
San Carlos, to which I have referr
ed, raised a hurricane of unex
pcqted affairs that ended wildly
enough to suit all hands.
San' Carlos is one of the old
fortified seats of Spanish misrule
and romance. There is a morro
built on the tongue of the harbor
about the size of a Newark chair
factory, with pink a n d yellow
walls on which the green sea slime
climbs up from the licking waves
below, and the green .wind grass
climbs down the c racks and
crevices from the earth mounds
above. Behind i t a town with
crumbling ramparts. clings for dear
life to the slopes and overlooks a
wide expanse of marshes where the
pelicans scream; and' beyond,
THESE three essentials cortiprie
the foundation on which FEDERAL
TRUCKS are built;
The up-to-date merchants and
manufacturer are proving this every
- The FeralRf igfc $$n
produce, a one model truckiaM a
better rjticle at a lower pric& is'
Several of these trucks are beii
operated , in and about Honolulu
very successfully with a fifty per
cent overload. .
: ' '. M'1 " 1 us th :c of ,rnp!;
The FEDERAL is, the acme of simiili
city and efficiency
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i our pocket book neednt ;be emptied to get a,
There's the , ;
a cigar that is all, quality and selling at $5.00 '
,the box of ilOO
No money put in bands, nq fop just quality.
, Wholesale dstrfeutqr
clumps of palms and cedars and
thatched huts at the foot of the
smoky hiljs. , 1
Capjain Nathan always s.tood ,in
the bow of the Agnes May whep
she. made a passage between th,e
Tarautul.as-as the, rocks t the
mouth were called 'a lean man,
with .shoulder? sipping from hjs
ancient fr?.ine, a. hftwk nosje, ji
sparklingt Atlantic-blue eye laying
the world, a skin, as fii)e as ypur
grandmother's, and a sinewy
strength which ptany a spigbty
sailorman had learned to fear asjic
feared the "evil eye." Captain
Nathan always made a berth op
posite the Machina del Norte and
picked up his cargo over the side
from the bumboats and lighters,
but this time he gave a short as lie
came t,..bfipause.at1.llie,. place he
had chosen for good anchor bottom
a steam yach't;uvhite and shiny
trass, was lyiruj.there looking in
to the mirror'df the water like a
vain lady dressed i n linen and
To be continued.
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