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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1913
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY NOV. 11th. 1913
Issued-Ever j' Tuesday.
Entered at the post office at
Lihitc, Kauai, as second-class
SUIISCKIPTION RATKS $2.50 I'HK
YKAR, $1.50 l'OR SIX MONTHS
Advkktising Ratus, 75 Cunts
An Inch Per Month.
' B. Bridguwatbu Editor,
If you happen to be at a loss
for words just say "Unisteigen"
that is the password; but keep it
Hawaii is thoroughly up-to-date.
We even have aeroplane ac
cidents. Liiiuk is surelv progressing with
a Main Street and a Market Street.
How would Mill drive do; and
Grove Farm Avenue?
Lkt us hope Mayor Fern de
cides to sign that Thanksgiving
proclamation. It w o u 1 d be like
Christmas without a plum pudding
to eat turkey without a procla
mation. A polo game is scheduled for tin:
coming carnival week in Honolulu
which together with the swim
niing, tennis and baseball events
will round out a well filled athletic
IT is expected that as a result of
the Hilo Probe Commission's find
ings $60,000 will be recovered bv
the County. The legislature's ap
propriation for the commission's
work will prove a mighty good in
vestment, if t h e whole of this
sum is recovered, as the commis
sion's expenses according t o our
morning contemporary should not
Ye Editor favored us with the
first number of his latest progeny
"The Hawaii Sentinel" a military
publication which deals entirely
with army matters on Oahu. The
iuital copy came out last Saturday.
It is a full sized four page sheet,
crammed full with matters of vital
interest to the inhabitants of the
tented field, and 'starts out with a
popularity contest to b e h e 1 d
among the soldiers.
It seems almost incredible that
in these days of enlightment there
are three-fourths of the inhabitants
. of Portugal who can neither lead
nor write. Recent statistics point
out that there are in Portugal and
i t s possessions 4,478,o98 totally
Surely an investigating committee
is needed to readjust and ameliorate
Japan is now no longer accused
of mixing in Mexican affairs, in
stead , Eiar.ce is .cai to have been
approached with vie"' to interven
ing between Uncle Sam a n d the
smaller republic. Possibly the next
suggestion will be to take the mat
ter go to the Hague for settlement.
If it c a n b e done without war,
which let us hope is the case,
one arbitrator is about as good as
In Jeff Mc Cam Hawaii h a s a
new District Attorney, of whom
advance report speaks in the high
est terms. His stand taken toward
vice and corruption, a n d moved
by his strong passion for right, and
respect for law, a n d its enforce
ment, have brought him from obs
curity to prominence of the Inch
est order, in Nashville. Tenn. Woi
to ye wooers o f fan-tan a u d all
Y u a u Shi-Kai has adopted a
reign of terror policy among hi
erring ministers and other officials
to such an extent that the lower
classes are shivcring(perhaps not
in their shoes)aud wondering what
is going to happen to them, when
those who have always been imin
une fiom impeachment; by divine
chiiie.se right, are being murdered
Who mentioned Hrvan ineoii
nection with Mexico.
IIoNOU't.uisin a fairway to hav
i n g a greater Chamber of Com
merce. Unci.k Sam has formally notified
Great Britain that t h e United
States will not stand for Huerta.or
any of his acts. The situation is
still confused, and definite action
will no doubt depend on early de
Tin; New York Stale assembly
finds it necessary t o introduce n
special bill which carries an esti
mated appropriation of $75,000 to
pay the expenses of the Sulzer
trial; this not including counsel's
Christmas shopping and cor
respondence will now be taking up
our attention or should, i f we
wish to avoid the rush which must
inevitably occur with the parcel
pose in vogue. "Shopjearly" should
be everyone's motto this year more
than ever before.
The latest death rate statistics
published by the Star-Bulletin
show a gradual improvement in
health conditions during the last
few years in Honolulu. In spife
of the growing density of the po
pulation, the death rate lias de
creased. In only o n e instance
have the deaths per 1000 inhabi
tants exceeded 20, since 1903.
Pitch inc. ' ' Sunday School ques
tions instead of the customary
ball is the latest Sundav pastime
according the recent mail news
mini Snu Innr. Juiiir iiriifiitlv 1
answered oitestious g i v e s the
"batter", a home run. Failure
to answer oncctlv means out.
If sport has lie introduced in a
bible class to increase attendance
the members might as well stay
out in the field and play real ball.
The opening of the new store
last Saturday, will go down as
one of the year's leading local
events. The crowds, which wer
at times so dense that one had to
thread one's way about, wore a
festive air, imparted from the gay
decorations and melodious H a
waiian strains, together with the
pleasing exhibit offered.
The interest taken in the "Em
porium's" new home was well de
monstrated by the large number
of visitors from all over the island;
all of whom expressed great satis
faction at having made the trip.
The store ;s one upon which Ka
uai may well congratulate itself.
Moral barriers have been broken
down to such an extent bv what
are termed the joy riding classes
ot Kansas city, that the city pro
poses to establish a curfew law
closing the streets to young people
after a certain hour. So great has
this wave of immorality become,
hat the town is up in arms, so to
speak. This is the result of the
"Plain speaking crusade." The
San Francisco Argonaut comment
ing on this editorialy calls it "The
inevitable poison which must re
sult from sermons preached upon
sex matters." Child instruction
upon those matters, apparently is
fallacv when given anywhere ex
cept in the home.
KkP- fur llntcliiiij.', Day-Old Chick,
Y(iiiu, Laying ami I treed inn Stuck.
Our birds are trim-nested, pedigreed,
stawluid and line lired. Cuntiim liateh
ini!. Fumy Tat ile Kjjkx and Poultry.
Write fur price lint. Vii-it our plant.
Announce Mr. Dougherty's visit
to Kauai within the next few
weeks, when he will take pleasure
in showing the many beautiful
articles- recently col cd fiom the
ending artist jewelers, and gem
merchants of America and Europe.
'The Fat of the Land"
is thejf utter that is always
freshf always of the finest,
creamiest flavor; always uni
form in quality: and always
( Pronounced ' ' Ile-tun' ' )
All the operations of making Isleton
Butter are carried on without ever a
human hand touching it. Packed in
Ask Your Grocer For It.
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provide-d him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
I Lis added a new six-seater Kj
Sunk-baker to h i s garage H
and is in a position to give
his patrons even buter service
than ever before. Careful
drivers, comfortable cars, and
always ready to start.
DAY QR NIGHT SERVICE
a. d. inn--.
line lot of younj;
MiiM-ovy duck.- apply to
Special thmixlit lias
Itui-'ii given t o tin-
(elect inn of articles
for Christ mas nnd
i F. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Xitani- and Ii:iirii.NT Sriirr.is
Blacksmith supplies. Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
I 'ant lu-. .n I'.iiiiilinj;
Fort St., Honolulu
No old goods at
MILTON h PARSONS
Kvervthing new and up-to-date.
Now Read the Ads'
u i . t h:
ii juu niiuim .iiiy ui mc -5
big college games vou ill fi nil '
that the ball alino-t iiivan-.hly
used is the REAC II Oi'I'K ) L
AMt?lJT-&M t l.-Afllll I! U I
College men won'tiave Anything
hut lhH RKST-that's why thev all use
CollcKc men know too t'i .t t.ie Iteach Unit has b-cn n.loptcil tiy ih?
American l.engue for tun year, anil U Hie Official I.cnhiie Hall. Iho olli. r
hnlt rnn he iwil In ntiv Irntnie c.iiiie. 1'ricc everywhere 51.25.
1 The Bprh Tr.-iilr.m.-irb nn .-nSniTlIni Goods t?
taction, a new article or your irnincy back (except on ualis anil uu annex
Vberit-j. Hchtdidcs, records, Ac. 10
k H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
P Ml aveme 25 per cent 1 m
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Dry Goods and
Eleele - - - Kauai
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Airy Rooms Center of City
251 Vineyard St.
yv. C. Miltncr, rop. Hono'iili!
UNION FEED CO.
Dealers in (Jraiu and Feed.
Manufacturer of the pojuilar
We also carry a line of
chicken feed which has no
Island Trade Solicited.
a nuarantec ot quality It means
ccuti at dealers' or by tuait.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lniuu, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received supject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
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New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4co per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$52,500 in any one account.
Sai'k Diu-'osit Bonus for
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