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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, March 03, 1914, Page 3, Image 3',
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Kggs for Hutching, I lay-Old Chirks,
Young , buying uiul Breeding Stock.
Our hinld nre trap-nested, pedigreed,
Htundaid ami line bred. Custom hutch
ing. Fancy Table Kggs and Poultry.
Write for price list. Visit our plant.
Paper Bags, Twines,
IX TIIK TERRITORY
MAIL OUDKIW PROMPTLY
PAPER CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Street
Bishop & Co.
Head Office - Honolulu
Branches at Hii.o and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
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Transacts a Gem-rat 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 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
j j j
Interest paid on Tiiue De
posits at the follow. tig rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
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All business entrusted by
customers on otlvcr islands
receives careful and prompt
Noted Novelist Finances Shachlston.
LONDON, R-bruary fi. S i r
v. ik st Sli t, kleton has practically
decided to purchase a n w ship
called the Polaris o f (50 tons.
u..t 1.1 N M w.iv for Arctic work.
She -viil !) renamed the Endur
ance and will be employed on the
Wc-i'u'i S ii sid of the Ar ic. Ull
der e Ma m l "f dpt. J. K. Davis.
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice Pret & M;r
If you wish to travel in com
fort and safety
Tel. 225 L.
Kapaia Auto Stand
Reasonable Rates and Care
L. Y. TIM
Has 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
The Gandall Estate
The accounts of the adminis
tratrix in the matter of the estate
of the late John K. Gandall came
up in Judge Dickey's court last
Wednesday morning, for final ex
amination and approval. In the
petition May Gandall, executrix
of the will, charged herself with
$13,841.78 and asked to be allow
ed the sum of $14,775 01. The
accounts were approved and the
order of distribution allo-ved.
If you are in need of power which can be
secured through using an internal combus
tion engine, it will be to your advantage
to write to the
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
for full particulars of
The Standard Gas Engines
. SUEtiffl ill
fli A (ll i r Polaris a;id Aurora Likely to Be
ftm$ii& 4' 4
rv v" v :v Vv ex',v.itv,i.
k - ' ;- h,y &w&Mtm
1 $ V'VS. iil
TO BE TRIED HERE
' J. F. C. I lagens stated yesterday
that II . Hackfeld & Company have
.'cut for five pounds of seed of the
j new j elbnv-flowered dry land alfa
jll'a and will give this forajce .rop a
, thorough trial on their Lanai and
Kauai properl es.
This vane, of alfalfa, whijh
was described in the last veai book
of the depi.rtment of agricu.ure,
was orijiitinlly imported froni Bok
hara, by Professor Hansen of the
South Dikota experiment station.
Tin- h i;i.-.lat..re of that State passed
i law that no seed should be sold
outside of Smith Dakota until Lfter
February 15, 1414, and the experi
ment station has set the price at
five dollars per pound for the limited
surplus it now of'ers.
Th 5 .iew drv 'and .If ilfr. is re
pork 'o have marvehms driuig' t
resist.i (itialities. It is hoped
ill prove as well ndi ,t d
liian arid lands as it has to
plains of western ,;outh
--Ad -e, tiser
: that it
Kver mindful of 'he convenience
and p'easure of the public, M na-
er Kohriji has establish: 1 m the
hiliue Store a weighing a"d
ii cast rniu scale, ot tlie latest pat
tern. Heretofore wh'-n men wish-
l to f.inl out how much thev had
f:r.u. i since the last time, or motli-
..- ,v-s:lc.j to weigh the lat , 't
,vas r.eec-s'irv to go to the ware
house to lind out the exart number
fp Hinds and ounces. Now all
l.i can -i found out l igl t in the
-itore, and m the easiest and Meat
s' possible manner.
PasseaJers h And Out
SIvF.KIXG TIIK LATKST "NICVKR NFA'KR LAND."
In the upper at the left is J. M. Barrte. wlio has given $50,000 to Sir Krnest Shackle-ton at the right, for
the latest Antarctic expedition. In the lower panel at the left is seen a heavily-loaded sledge to be
propelled across the ice by means of an airship propeller, while at the right is an air-propelled water
boat which will form part of the equipment of Shackletou.
Death Of Mrs. Kuala I Makaweli Happenings
x nc remains ui -ii?. r.uiny xv-1
ailaau Kualu, 27 years old, who
died in this city February 17, will
be shipped to Waimea, Kauai, on
the steamer Kinau this afternoon
for interment. Rev. John A. Aki
na of Kauai today conducted
funeral services at Silva's under
taking establishment. Mrs. Kualu.
whose death was due to tubercu
losis, was well-known both on Ka
uai and in Honolulu, having had
many friends in this citv. Star
Bulletin. Feb 24.
I M. A Silva, formerly connected
I with the immigration service, and
I well-known on Kauai, has opened
K. R. Adams, manager of the ' a store at Huntington l'ark, Los
Seattle branch of Alexander & Angeles, and is reported to be
Baldwin, was a visitor on Kauai doing we'll. F o r a number of
last week. Mr. Adams was here yeais Mr. Si'.va was employed in
seven vears airo and was much mi- the Portumicse suction ot the im
pressed with the rapid develop- migration business,
nient of the country since that Mrs. Pauline 1). K. Ruttman.
time. He was accompanied by T. of IC. V. Jordan S: Co., selected
M. Church, of Honolulu. j the material tor and assisted in de
Fi nest Richardson, who was in signing t li e beautiful cosiuiiK
jured in a soccer game at Lihue worn by Mrs. Knl.i, Kauai's
over four weeks ago, b; just nowi l'limcss, in the I'ioial i'.,rade.
able to eet about on ctn'rhes. 1 The 1'ieii. h Cruiser Moncaliu
Mrs. I). K. Havsd.ieii left for ! arrived at Honolulu last Tuesdas
GrJullGir' rm uner tke hardest wear,
tear ana aDuse mat s
real strength. If it continues to give perfect service,
year in and year out, no matter what that's
real durability. These are the supreme tests
of actual fence value realized in its
fullest development only in "Pittsburgh
rvw rv rz, the
Only Open Hearth wire is used it)
"Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence be
cause it is toucher. 6trontrer. mora
durable like old time iron wire than
ny. other fence wire made. Lead annealing gives it
additional toughness and prepares it for receiving the
thick, heavy, pure zinc galvanizing
The secret of the great strength of " Pittsburgh Per
fect" Fence fabric is
WELD THAT HELD
which electrically wetdi ech wire al every contact point . and produces a solid wire fence, perfectly
paced and balanced, resisting all strain and shocks with its whole suriacr.
EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT
CARRIED IX STOCK AND FOR SALF HV
E. O. HALL &. SON, LTD.
Honolulu l.isl ''m s!a . en route to
All the Makiweli "tourists"
who were in Honolulu during Car
nival week, h.ve returned.
Your corrcspolii'ent was Jileased
to observe that during tiie pa-l two
weeks everv wa;;ou or earriane met
on the road al niL;lit, in ' iii - -.ivtiou
carried liuhis i n a e nsiicuous
place - sour -even t in.u a lantern
to tlie shafts. Win llier this is the
result of dark niylits or the advio:
of some one in authotity, we 1"
not know. At any rate it is a
mighty Kd practice and should
niht tioiu llon,;k
her way to Mexico.
T. M. Chu;h, of
liaUUi in, lloiio'u'u
Allan.. '.. o; Ha i y of
iiiVr ' .it tie, c.illl1
She is on
, ami lv , K
over in tlie
lat kin.-.u and loured Kauai
Makrwvli to llanalei
Owiii ' to the rcviU retrench-
nient policy of the lo ud of Super
i-o;.. a 1 irv.e nuniher of laborers
have b-.-eii thrown out oi eniplov
nient at Hoiioiu'ii Natives and
1'oiluiKse aie, for the most part,
Imffii?ratioa Man Here
J.I. Sliva's Jikele store handles
e famous New Zealand butter.
The ftdlowinc. arrived lv the
V. G. Hall Friday morning fiom
Hoiolulu: Mrs. A. S. Wilcox,
A. S. Wilcox, W. II. Rice Sr.,
Mrs. G. P. Wilcox, Mr. G. P.
Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. C. II. Wil
cox, K. u. iioi)i)er, imiss nana.
Aaitone Souza, M.J. Moore, Chuck
Hoy, Frank Howes. J. Donald.
Mr. and Mrs. Maehara, Rev. H.
IsenbeiK, F. Weber. All Chock,
S. Hevane, Mr. Sumr, H. Rohrig,
Mrs. Donald, Mrs. F. V. Epger-
kiiia, Miss EgKcrkiiiK, Kawai,
M.S. J. M. Rath, Miss K. Rath, J.
H. Coney, Jndue D. K. Kapahee,
Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Kaulukou,
Rev S. Toda, F. C . Morrow.
Alexander Keikua, Sam Moon,
Mrs. J. H. Coney, Miss Conev,
Miss C. 11. Coney, Miss Nina Kau
lukou, Miss lacobson, Miss 13 .
Kauhane, Miss T. Kauhane, C.
II. Allen. K. Croft and 21 deck
The following sailed by the W.
G. Hall last Tuesday for Honolulu:
G. P. Wilcox, W. II. Rice. E.
Cropp, Mrs. D. K. Hayselden,
Mrs. A. K. Waterhouse, M. Oza-
ki. 21 deck.
Tlie following arrived at Kauai
ports by the Kinau Wednesday
W. H. Rice, Jr., and son, Mr9.
G. P. Wilcox, G. Bustard, S. W.
Wilcox, H. Glass, Miss S. Purvis,
Mrs. M. V. Fernandez, Miss Fer
nande". M"ster M. V. Fernandez,
W. P Mcl'.ryde, P. I alama, John
Kanian inai, Roer Kirvin, 1. Mc-
Ckllan, T. M. Church, K. K.
I'axton, A. II. Hills and wife,
Master Cunningham, Mrs. Cun
ningham. Mr. and Mrs. C . B.
Hof 'a.ird. Mr. and Mrs. II. D.
Wish ud, Mrs. J. W
;. Rath. I,. Dickcv.
Clins. S. Dole, J. M.
R. Adams, C. Mascr
Austin, Mrs. T.
1 fe, J. I. Silva and w
M. Silva. jol. T. Cabral.
L .Igate. E.
rs. lv. H
M. 1 Moore-, of the I'ni'ed
States iniinigraiiou Service, Hono-J
lulu, arrived on Kau ii last week The estimate of Fwa plantation,
on business connected with his '( a'.iu , br l'Jl t is M ,nuo tons, last
bureau and returned Saturday) year's yield, having been 20.S2O.
nitrlit to the citv. He was accom- ( )ahu Sucar Coinpanv s estimate is
p.mied by a Chinese interpreter,
and spent most of his time on the
Xfakaweli and Waimea side of the
Better than hoiue-made-Xew
Zealand butter at
On. T. W. Akana, M. Freitas.
Mrs. Freitas Miss M. Gomes, Wni.
Werner, O. C. Aks, J. M. Kanea
kua, E. Chang, J . Bento, Wai
1'V.on Lung, Mr. and Mrs. Jas. K.
Kula, Mrs. T. Mvhnra, Mrs. M.
Manhola, Mr. Lvdgate. A. Gart
ley. Mrs. F. W. Akana. Mrs. Char
men, Miss E. Lee, Miss A. M.
Whittington, Geo. Gonsalves. F .
1. Zoller. N. Akana.
The following sailed bv the Ki
nau .Saturday afternoon for Hono
lulu: H. Martin, Mrs. Kahanu,
C. Halleu. L. S. Choy, W. T
Frost, Sid Spitzcr, Mrs. Mauliole,
G. Bustard, I lee Fat, Miss A.
Reis. Chock Hrv, Mr. Moore. F.
A. Small. T. M. Church, R. R.
I Adams, E. B. Bridgewater.
I The following arrived by the W.
. G. Hall this morning from Hono
lulu: R. F. Smith, N. Luccock,
C S.Kim. CP- HongE. C. Peters,
j E. St. C. De Lacey, of the Li-
line store, has received wireless
. , m.w 0f t,c serious illness of his
i nce ii-c New Zealand si-ter in San Francisco, and will
butti i , s .ld at Silva's Elccle store, leave for Honolulu, and probably
you will have it all the time. Advt. 'the Coast, by tonight's V. G. Hall.
jy,5iM tons, against 28.141 manu
factured last year. Honcinu's es
timate for 1914 is 7;4( tons,
against 7, (ml last year.