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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAkClf 10. 1914
Eggs for "Hutching, Day-Old Chicks,
Young, Laying ami Breeding Stock.
Our birds are trap-nested, MdigriH'd,
Htandaid and line bred. Custom hutch
ing. Fancy Table Eggs and I'oultry.
Write for price lint. Visit our plant.
Paper Bags, Twines,
IN THE TERRITORY
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY
PAPER CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD. Vice-Pre. & Mgr
If you wish to travel in com
fort and safety
Tel. 225 L.
Kapaia Auto Stand
Reasonable Rates and Care
Haven't you yet written for
full particulars of
"The General Utility Engine"
Operates on kerosene, distillate or
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
real strength. If it continues to
year in ana 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
Bishop & Co
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Hkad Office - Honolulu
Branches at Hilo 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
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Interest allowed at the rate
of 4. pr cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
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Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 per cent
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All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
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
UNION FEED CO.
Dealers in Grain and Feed.
Manufacturers of the popular
We also carry a line of
chicken feed which has no
Island Trade Solicited.
fence stands erect, even and
under the hardest wear,
and abuse that's
give perfect service,
EVERY ROD GUARANTEED PERFECT
.iakkiuu IN STOCK AND FOR SALE BY
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
The above in a glinijw i.f tlu inland of Niihau, uhich in vUw to Katiul mid in iiuli.dcd in tl.e county govcrn
of this inland.
One Bird Escaped
A funny incident, with a serious
side, however, took place at Kapaa
Saturday night week. The police
over there went out to round up
some Kamblers and ran across a
flourishing game in the Filipino
cam; . Hitching their horses out
side, they swooped clown on the
gamblers. One of them got away
in the scramble, seized a horse be
longing to the police and cleared
The thing was done so quickly
and neatly that the police were
puzzled for awhile. Then a search
was started for the missing man
and the horse. This search was
kept up until Wednesday night
when both Filipino and horse were
found at Pukaki. The Filipino
will have to stand trial for larceny.
While the Kapaa-Kekaha . bus
was speeding alone between Ha
namaulu and Wailua Friday after
noon, a small Japanese boy, about
10 years of age, ran out into the
road and caught on behind the car.
A second later he was hurled for
ward and over, badly injuring his
head, forward and back. Some
Japanese arrived on the scene and
carried the little fellow to his home.
Prizes Are Here
The tkree (not four as stated
formerly) prize cups won by II.
Woltcrs in the inter-island bowling
I tournament last year, have arrived
i here and have been placed on ex
hibition in the Lih-.ie store. Thev
are beauties, and have been pretti
ly engraved, the lettering indicat
ing the occasion of the prizes and
giving the name of the winner.
It is now planned to have the
opening dance in the main court
room of the new county building
on the evening of April 17.
If you once use New Zealand
butter, sold at Silva's Eleele store,
vou will have it all the time. Advt.
Only Open Hearth wire is used la
"Pittsburgh Perfect" Fence be.
cause it i tmioftn
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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
feet" Fence fabric is
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KAUAI'S BEAUTIFUL SCENERY
PLAYERS TO MEET
A meeting of the Kawaihau base
ball league will be held in the Ka
r.aa court house at 7 o'clock to
morrow evening for several pur
poses, chief among which, perhaps,
will be the selection of a team to
put forward in the island league
this year. Many of the old players
of the Kawai an team have left
that neighborhood, so that the nine
this year will be made up largely
of what are known as second rate
players. However, as these have
improved in a year, it is figured
that the team to be entered will be
a strong one.
Another item of business will be
the selection of a manage for the
team. It is understood that there
are several candidates.
A third item will be the election
of a delegate to represent the Ka
waihaus at the annual meeting of
the Athletic Association, which
will be held in Lihue next Satur
Willie Fernandez will have a
fine program of new motion pic
tures i n Hale Hooni tomorrow
evening and Saturday evening.
The pictures arrived today, and
include some of the latest, big suc
cesses. Gets Jail Sentence
Julio de l.i Cruz, Filipino, clnrg
ed with assault with a dangerous
weapon, was adjudged guiltv in the
Circuit Court Satuulav and was sen
tenced to imprisonment for a term
of not less than one nor more than
Ou Club Dance
Invitations have been issued for
j a dance by members of the On
Club in the Lihue Social Hall next
ginning at 8 o'clock.
Lihue Plantation Company, be
sides paying the regular bonus to
its workmen, lias paid to its salaried
einulojes a bonus of 2 per. cent oij
the net earnings of the estate for
the past year.
C RO WELL-BERTR A M CASE, j
Tin' Cniwell-Bertrani damai' ca-', in
which the furiiicr stiol the latter furf 10,
(MH) ilaiiuii."'. occupied the attention oi
Jiuljii' Dickey and a jury in the Circuit
Court mo-it of la-t Thursday and Friday.
Juil'i- Lindsay ujiju-arcd us attorney for
the former ami K. C. Peters for the lat
ter. At the conclusion of the hearing,
Judge Dickey dismissed the ease without
referring it to the jury for a verdict, on
the ground of insulliciency of evidence to
support the charges.
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A-uong the returning passengers
by the Kiu.au on Wednesday w-re
Mrs. H. Rohrig and child and I
Mrs. K. C. Hopper and child, all j
ot Lihue. j
Methodist Bishop Here
Kauai had a real, live Bishop as
a visitor last week, in the person
of Rev. Nauhtali Luccock, of the
Methodist church. Mr. Luccock
is from Helena, Mont., and has in
his district the D:ikotas, Montana,
Wyoming, Idaho, eastern Oregon
and Hawaii. He has visited the
Islands before, but this was his
first tour of Kauai. Accompanied
by Rev. Robert E. Smith, of the
Honolulu Methodist church, the
Bishop landed at Waiuiea last
Wednesday and visited all of the
Korean missions through to Kapaa.
returning Saturday night to the
city. The Bishop was much
J pleased with all he saw and the
people he met here, and before
leaving stated that he would cer
tainly include Kauai again in h;s
next tour of the Islands.
Rev. Dm To Leave
Rev. C. H. Li m, who has been
in charge ot the Korean Methodist
Mission in Lihue for the past four
vears and three months, has been
transferred to Ewa, on the island
of Oahu. and will leave in about
two weeks for his post. He will
be succeeded here by Rev. C. H.
Kim, of Maui, who has already ar
rived. Mr. Lim wishes to express
his thanks to the people of Kauai
for many kindness to him and his
work while resident here.
Mrs. B. D. Baldwin will be the
hostess of the Waimea Literary
Club next Saturday, the 14th. The
subject will be "Signs Of The
Times," and the principal speak
er will be Mr. T. Brandt. Rev. C.
D. Milliken will present the "Book
Reviews," and Alfred E. Bailey
For Homestead Hall
The two moving picture pro
grams for the benefit of the pro
posed ne v hall at Kalaheo ( Home
steads) have been arranged,
tickets will be on sale in a few
davs. The first entertai-iment
will be in Eleele hall on the even
ing of April 11 am' the second in
the warehouse st t Homestead on
; iiit t veiling ot .prii l.s. i lie pro
j gram will be in charge of Win.
i "Fernandez, and the Kalaheo baud
j will supplv music. Oood atten
dances are hoped for.
United States Jurors
The following Kauai citizens
have been drawn ou the United
Grand J ury Rufus Spalding,
Trial Juries Martin John Fas
soth, Waimea; T. Brandt, Wai
tnea; Henrv Wramp, Kekaha;
John A. Ilonan, Makaweli.
The Grand Jury will meet at
Honolulu April 14, and the Trial
Juries on May 4.
J. W. Morrow, brother of F.
Morrow, superintendent of the
Kauai telephone system, arrived
last . Wednesday for a visit and is
a guest of the local Morrow at the
OF MIMA SUGAF
At the annual meeting of tin
stockholders and the subsequen
meeting of the directors of tin
Kilauea Sugar l'lantation Compan
in San Francisco the foilowint
directorate and officers were elect
ed: A. B. Spreckels, president
John D. Spreckels, vice president
W. D. K. Gibson, treasurer. W
II. Thompson, secretary, a n c
John D. Spieckels, Jt. The net
proceeds from 5424 tons of sugai
at $57.53 per ton was $312,714.
Assessments Nos. 6 and 7 produc
ed $200,000, and other ineoni;
brought the total receipts of th
year 1913 to $12,943. The tota
expenses of the year, plus better
ments, were $388,671, and plant
ation supplies and advances brinf
the total expended during 1913 tc
$399,012. The remainder. $113.
931. was apt 1ied to the reductior
of the overdraft. An overdraft ol
only $195,701 remained on Dec
ember 31, 1913, after this pay
Latest Outside News
Washington, March 9 I n a
soeech in the Senate today, Senatot
Fall, of New Mexico, made a for
mal demand for intervention in
Sacramento. March 9 Armed
with p.ekhandles and heavy clubs,
spec! a ! officers and deputy sheriff?
hasti'v sworn in, today scs ttered
an anny of 1,500 unemployed men,
largely of the vsgrant type, driv
ing the majority of them across
the river into Yolo Countv.
Waco. Texas, Mnrch 9 Sixty
thousand bales of cotton wtre des
troyed today in a warehouse fire,
the loss being $:00,000.
Laredo, Texas, March 9 A
force of Americans crossed the
Mexican border today and brought
back the body of Clenunte Vergara,
whom it had been charged was
multilatedby Mexican murderers.
Vergera was an American citizen.
The Governor of Texas has denied
that the raiders were Texas rang
ers. Vera, Cruz, Mexico, March 9
Despite every attempt to keep the
facts secret it developed Saturday
that arrangements have been made
here to arm all Americans in Mexi
co City for their own defense in
event of an uprising in thecapitol.
Washington, March 9 Sir Cecil
Arthur Spring-Rice, British Am
basst.dor to the United States, in
formed Secretary of State Bryan
yesterday that an Englishman'
named Syndan has been driven
from his ranch near Chihuahua
and that his property is iu danger
of destruction. Bryan has telegraph
ed Consul Letcher to investigate.
Honolulu Judge Cooper has
resigned from the Circuit bench
as of March 6, and will shortly
leave for Palmyra Island. It is
rumored that C. W. Ashford may
be appointed to the vacancy.
School warrants will have to be
registered until after May, owit g
to lack of money in that fund.
The district of Kakaako is in
quarantine on account of the pre
valence of diptheria.
Charles Ash, a chemist, has in
vented a procress for extracting
sugar syrup from the waste of
pineapples, the syrup to be used
in canning pines
T Y L E
t t y lih
i n c ludes
e. m o u n t
ty "f r e a k" creations
aren't considered seri
ously b y men who
know "what's what"
Clothes are stylish,
but dignity has not
been sacrificed to gain
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