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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24. 1914
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Paper Bags, Twines,
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.mail oi;ii:i;s promptly
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Fort and Queen Street
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If you wisli to travel in com-'
foi t and safely
Tel. 225 L. .
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Reasonable Rates and Care
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If you are in need of power vh?ch can be
secured through us-nrj an internal ccmbus
tion engine, it will be to your advantage
to write to the
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
for full particulars of
The Standard Gas Engines
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year in aud year out, no matter what that's
ici.i uuraowiiy, inese aro ine rajiifcine tests
of actual feuce value realized in its
fullest development c&ly in "Pittsburgh
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Bkancmks at Hii.o and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
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Transacts a General Banking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 pvr cent per annum
on Savings Hank deposits.
Interest paid on 'Hine De
posits at the follow. ng raves:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
. cent per annum.
1 2 Months 4 per cent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
.V. V. MnrilA, I'n.p.
Wu Di phiy TKX FILMS next
Sunday ceiling, l't'giiiiiing at (i:!!0
l or Ili nolil of Xew Kindergarten
in 1 Luiapo):!'.
L. Y. TIM
lias entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea"
sonable rates to all parts of
fWlffl fitanrla ftYof mron orA
I2nce sianas erect, even anc
uuder ihQ hardest- wear
n.-1 oVvnco f Tiof 'r
EVEKY ROD GUARANTELl PERFECT
CAkkli;!) IX STOCK AXD FOR SAT.F. nv
C O. HALL & SON, LTD.
Passengers In And Out
The following departed by the
V. G. Hall last Tuesday tor Hono
lulu: Ernest Mcldinich, F. C. Morrow,
J. II. Coney, Alexand Heakua, J.
A. Souza, Miss E. Lee, Miss Yit
hitiRton, S. N. Wilcox, Mr.s. C. A.
Rice, F. Anderson, A. D. Hills,
Mrs. A. D. Hills, R. Kirwin, F.
Waipa Akana, Rev. S. Toda. L.
D. Timnions, Joe C. Correa, H. E.
Lucas, S. T. McCart , Mrs T. And
eison..C. B. HofRaard, D. O.
Rogers, V. B. Woodside. Miss E.
E. Medieros. Joe King, Dr. Derby,
Mrs.K. C Hopper and child, Mrs.
II. D. Sloggelt, P. Schmidt, Miss
II. Fan Mano, E. E. Mahlum.
The following arrived by the
steamer Kinau on Wednesday:
Col. Z. S. Spalding, Mr. I'lank
itigton. F. Faye, Rev. R.Uyehara,
Miss Dout, Miss E K. Victor, Mr.
and Mrs. P. Rice, II. W. Flint,
Yokomoto and 24 deck.
The following arrived by the W.
G. Hall on Friday:
Dan Lyons, L. D. Timmons, W.
T. Frost, Sid Spitzer, II. A. Gil!,
J. C. Correa, M. Ozaki. W. Water
house, K. Krane and 13 deck.
Thefollowing sailed by the Kinau
C. H. Wildox, Wm. Waterhotise,
Rev. Hans I sen berg. lid win
Gillian, Rev. J. M. Lydgate, Mrs.
J. W. Rath, Miss E. Rath, W. D.
McBrvde, P. Palama, N. A. Akana,
Mr. Johnson, K. Krane. W. Wer
ner, J. M. Kaneakua, Miss C.
Stewart, Miss J. Spencer, V. Akina
T. M. Pun, Mrs. Awa. Mr. and
Mrs. Myhara, Mrs. Chas. Blake,
Miss E. K. Victor, L. Werner,
G. N. Wilcox, D. L. Austin, C.
W. Spitz, Mr. Weber. J. A. Palmer
W. H. Rice. Jr., and wife, F. L.
Hadley, K. C. Hopper, Wong Fat,
N. Zoller, M. Lydgate, Carl Maser,
Manuel Fernandez, J. Fernandez,
fohn Oruellas, Lau Hoon, Ah
Hong. Ed. Kawai, Joe J. Cabral,
Geo. Akana, L. Y.Tim, Mrs.Char
nian and D K. Kapahee.
Lost $15 On Road
While coming in on his wheel
from home to the county building
Saturday morning, K. C. Akana
lost 50.00, the coin falling from
his pockets and, apparently, being
distributed along the road. Going
back over the route, lie succeeded
in finding $35.00, but the balance
was not recovered, probably being
picked up by pedestrians.
A Basket Picnic
People of McBryde plantation
neighborhood, Lawai, Koloa and
Makaweli had a very enjoyable
basket picnic on Sunday at Mr.
McBryde's beach house. A few
people from Lihue also took in the
affair. The merry party broke up
about 5 o'clock in the afternoon.
Willie Fernandez gave an inter
esting motion picture- program in
Ha'e llooni Saturday evening, and
will entertain again at the same
place tomorrow evening and next
Mr. Hansen Improved
Mr. G. Hansen, o f Kekaha,
whose condition last week gave his
; many friends alarm, is much im
' proved aud hopes are entertaine 1
1 that he is again on the high-roa '
I to recoverv .
Only Open Hearth wire is used In
cause it is toucher, 6tronfer, more
durable like old time iron wire than
any other feuce wire made. Lead annealing gives it
additional toughness and prepares it for receiving the
thick, heavy, pure zinc galvanizing
Tho secret of the great strength of " Pittsburgh Per
feet" Fence fabric is
THF. WFI r Til a t ucf r
C. H. Alspau,;h, vocational in
structer in the Kauai schools, re
ceived the first lot of tools with
which his pu:il.- are to work, last
week; and the boys in Eleele and
Waimea schools r.ie ahead y receiv
ing their first lessons in manual
One box ot tools had been or
dered for the E'eele school and
another exactly like it for the Wai
mea school. It so kirncci out. how
ever, that oulv Ilk- lalUr put in an
apptarai.ee. This made it neces
sary for Mr. A!si iu::h la divi 'e
the tools belu'.'Ui the two se-'.ools,
leaving both le nuornrily short.
The other l. ,--; v. ill iiV.cly nrrive
tomorrow, wiv i' th j deficien..y will
lie made tip.
to give the boys tlie
of cai pent i in.,: ainl otl:-.. :
While it i.-s not asstrned
('or probably n n y c::i
number) will r.ctn.iliv f
o i 1 o w
trades, the tr.'.inim; th;U goes wit
it, to sav nrvbinc of the
knowledge it imparts. N .ic.;; rlr
Mr. A'spaui;h has -.ried out
with about se ent i;- p ;
the Waimea school, and an
number at E1 K.-. Wh'-n ihvie
classes a:e wi'ii und-.T wav, the
vork will lie yr.n-i-.d to Koloa,
Lihue and Kap. a, mkI finally a!!
of the larger school.'1, will have vo
cational clashes in thorough work
Success On Kauai
Upon his return
Mr. Ainleison, wh
the tuberculosis e.l
ibit of the 'i'er-
ritorial Borl of !
Kauai, told Lie n-.w-.iip- i s of
cordial reception -ve;- wli re o.;
The Garden Island and of satis
factory success. He seemed to be
mucii pleased witii the impression
made by the exhibit npiii the
Asiatics of K'o.iai. whom Ik; rc$
garded as most i!:e.!ing tho lessons
it is intended to teach.
A big public reception was given
by tlie Mcxse at ll'-noluiu SaMir
day ni.Oit in honor (A two grand
lodge officers who are now visiting
the islands, a number of Kauai
Moose, heded by County Auditor
C. Maser, being present. Among
the speakers were Governor P:nk
hnm and Judge San ford JJ Dole,
of the United States court.
If you once use Ne w Zealand
butter, s-o'd at Silva's Ekele store
you w ill have- it all t he time. Advt
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if all, it -t ' i i' I -i -1 ; u mi . i r d y
li''.it ia lu r i.e t ii i.i I. i:i ,k:n ; a li
gives mi m i l'ei't i ' i n I tin- Hai lf
Judge L A. Dickey will be due
to arrive back bv the Kinau to -
nioriow mo; nii.g, afUr n Slav of
about twt) weeks in the city. The
Hist m iticr to enyae i.is attention
upon his return will be the petition
and accounts of M a v Gandall,
executrix of the will of the late
John K. Gandall, wherein petition
er asks for allowance ot accounts,
determining trust and distributing
the esjate. This matter will come
up at 10 o'clock tomorrow.
The Circuit Term
The March term of the Kauai
Circuit Court will begin a week
from tomorrow morning, the grand
and trial jurors being rciu:ied to
appear at 9:30 and 10, respectively,
on the niorniin; of that day. It is
firrurcd th it the grand, jury will be
able fini-h its work in a day or
two; but on account of the several
criminal ma' ei s to come rp, it is
just possible that the trial juiors
may !). engaged for an unusually
The big fi e'ghter Arizonau ar
rived at Port Allen yesterday
j morning, orugnig tnirtv ions
general cvrgo from the Coast, f
lis taking an unn-naliy lar
amount of sugar, the total ship
ment by her being -16. 000 bags, ut
2 676 tons. T h e. freighter will
sail at noon tomorrow for Kahului.
Literary At Makaweli
A delightful literary program
was given at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Francise Gay. Makaweli, Sat
urday evening, the attendance 1e
ing finite large aud all enjoying
the function very much. Prof. Hart
took the leading part, and other
features served to round out a
most pleasant occasion.
The lapancse have made such
progress witi their plans for a kin
dergarten in Hannptpc that the
success of the enterprise, on a very
excellent scaie, is now assured.
An entertainment in Eleele hall
Sunday evening for the purpose of
increasing funds was finite success
ful. The kindergarten will be
located in a building near the
residence of Mr. Brodic.
Holiday All Over
Monday was observed as a holi
day b y Hie postofficcs all over
Kauai The 1 ank at Lihue and
Bishop & Co's. bank, at Waimea,
' also rema ned closed
v : v i
llie t':inii:il Ilii.- year v.'civ moie i liil.orate,
.r.1 in l''..1 I.i-t' ry i., I !, ,-:ly. Tl e ; -.-;it Haek
1 i i'-.-ii -hect , v..i- ii. ic i.i iln- inii trikiiig
' 11 ':' IjiM-riy uti.e, with an electric
if -i.lit ! il.iy or ni.jlit. T.ie ubovc picture
Ii' i'e i.:i:;tii lis.
Mr J. R. Meyers, manager of
j Kilauea Plantation, and Mr. John-
son, consull iiig
e h e m i s t of C.
Brewer Co's plantations were
visitors in Makaweli last week.
Mr. D. B. Murdcch, auditor for
Alexander & Baldwin, after spend
ing ten days in Makaweli, has
taken tip his headquarters at Mc
Bryde plantation. Mr. Muidoch is
the uncle of E. 1). Murdocn. cap
tain of the Makaweli soccer team.
Mrs. II. vS, Padgett is now rapid
ly recovering from an attack of
pneumonia which has kept her in
bed for the past three weeks.
Miss Etta Lee, principal of the
Makaweli school, went to Hono
lulu last Tuesday to witness the
Mid Pacific Carnival.
Miss Addie Whittingtor,, post
mistress at Makaweli. left for Ho
nolulu last Tuesday.
Mrs. G. W. Cunningham aud
children are now in Honolulu, hav
ing gone there to witness the Car
The driver tit auto I.16 while in
an intoxicated condition ran his
car herd-on into the bank at the
top of M -tiii tin ti 1 i hi!i while oing
toward Makaweli. The car was
c'onsidei ably d.-maecd. but the
driver, a Japanese, though uncon
cious when pit ked up by Dr. Kell
er, was but slightly injured and is
now up and about again. Fortu
nately there v,.re no passtngers in
the car at the time of the accident.
Eleele News Notes
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Silva ot Ele
ele are spending a few weeks in
Mr. D. Lyons, bookkeeper at
McBryde returned on the last boat
from Honolulu where h i,s eyes
were being treated by a specialist.
Mr. Brodie visited the Eleele
schr;oI on Friday.
A foot ball club under the direc
tion of Master Charlie Padgett and
Douglas Mf Fie has been started
at the Eleele school. Some rous
ing games have been ' pl.tved and
the boys soon except to challenge .
some other school.
Messers. Eklund, Miller, Als
paugh, and K. Takitani intended
going to Hanalei last Sunday on
their motorcycles but upon reach
ing Kilauea found that the roads
were so bad that it would not be
safe to go further. One of the mo
torcycles skidded and as a result
one of the riders has a prettv bad
ly cut knee. It is to be hoped that
he will soon recover.
Mr. Murdoch has been a visitor
at McBryde for the past week.
Superintendent Morrow, of the f
Kauai telephone company, who '.
went to Honolulu last Tuesday
started right in to work o nf
Wednesday in the matter of sV
curing bids lor the new mater
which the fomi'.'.ny intends!
purchase. He was at work
lll.1l lil Oil l II 1 UKII llli'll-V
the specifications and e. ecud-to -be
able to purchase a part of the
material a t Honolulu, although ;
most will have to come from the
east. It is not vnlikjy that Mr.
Moirow will return tomorrow.
Next Sunday's su vices in the
Lihue Union chinch will be i:i the
foiMifon, it being the first Sunday
in the new mouth. Rev. Mr. Lyd
gate will be expected back from
Honolulu toim now.
r..-.. .i... , .. ,i...r.n
On account of so many players
being a!ciit in lk.nouilu, the Ma
kaweli Baseball CluO has not had a
meeting for the purpose of select
ing representatives to the conven
tion of the Kauai Athletic As-ocia-""
lion in Lihue next Saturday night
It is pretty definitely understood,
however, that D. K. Hayselden
will be one, and Joe Fassoth will
likeiv be another. The indications
are that the Makaweli team will
come up strong this year.
Noeau Took Mail
Both the Kin; ii and the W. G.
Hall ailir:.i for Honolulu r-n Fri
day, it was necessary to enlist the
services ot another boat to take the
mail down Saturday night. The
Noeau made the trii, sailing from
Nawiliwili at 5 o'clock.
J.I. Sliva's Eleele stor handles
the famous New Zealand butter.