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THE GARDKN ISLAND. TUESDAY, MAkCH 17. 1914
Eggs for .Ilatching.'tDay-Old Chicks,
Young ,'. Laying and It reeding Stock.
Our bird art; trap-nested, pedigreed,
standaid and lino bred. Custom hatch
ing. Fancy Table Kggs and Poultry.
Write for price list. Visit our jilant.
Paper Bags, Twines,
IN TIIK TERKITOKY
MAIL ORDERS PKOMITLY
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 cn kerosene, distillate or
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
E. P. REED &
Here are shoes that always look well, wear well and hold
their shape under the most severe strain.
These qualtites, together with their correct style and com.
fortable fit have brought these shoes into high favor with women
who make wise selection of their footwear.
Free delivery to any postoffice or. Kauai.
Manufacturer's Shoe Co., Ltd. .
1051 Fort St., Honolulu, T. H.
If you once use Xew Zealand
butter, sold at Silva's Kkele store,
you will have it all the time. Advt.
Bishop & Co.
Head Offick - Honolulu
Branches at Hilo an
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transacts a General Hanking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 pr cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
Interest paid an TMnie De
posits at the following rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
jt al tt
All business entrusted by
customers on otlxer 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.
One of the greatest difficulties with
many shoes is their tendency to
stretch and lose shape after being
worn a short time.
We have solved this trouble for
women who call on us for .
CAD CAIE1 l'ul'", I5..st..n f,rn Lulls,
t UIV JrlLL llliliil.il li;iir frliis.
Jiiliii 1. Kaiiiiinuuai,
The Kapaa Homestead Lands
Continued from page 3
to have a postoffice and school
house. The latter has been grant
ed, but it is not altogether likely it
will be occupied until the opening
of the next fall term. A new name
for their town is also in the stage
of incubation, some Hawaiian name
being the unanimous choice.
It was at first thought the Kea
lia Plantation interests would suffer
from the labor point of view that
the pineapple factory, ns well as
the growing of pines, would seri
ously interfere with the plantation
labor. However, as the pineapple
crop develops, it is seen that the
work can be done in its entirety
by the homesteader himself, and
that the cannery will probably be
run from the same source, thus
eliminating any possible disagree
ment as to labor The majotity of
stockholders and officers are re
sidents of the Garden Island which
fact gitirantee3 a straight deal
to the homesteader who will, at
the expiration of a certain time,
become a part owner of the plant,
thus making it one great co-opera
tive concern. As this will be the
first digression from the old time
worn patli of doing business, in
the Territory, the results will
be observed with more than ordi
nary interest. Many of our pro
minent business men have advo
cated this method, but never
as yet have had an opportunity to
put their ideas into action, and as
a consequence wish to closely fol
low every phase of the experiment
with a view to satisfying them
selves as to the merits of the case.
II. H. Brodie, the recognized
autiioruy on growing pines o n
Kauai, and who has furnished the
bulk of seedlings for the Knpaa
Homesteads savs: "I am sure that
Kapaa will be one of the greatest
producers of pines that we shall
have in the Territory." Promotor
Lutted, in sizing the situation up
said: "I am more than gratified
with the results so far, of my
efforts to established the pineapple
industry at Kapaa. There is i
brilliant future ahead for the place,
and I except to see, before long,
the largest town on Kauai, nestling
around our "factory in Kapaa."
Manager Horner managed to stop
work long enough to remark that
were he given from sun t o
sun, he could hardly even
begin to say all he could concern
ing the future for Homesteader
Tracy, for a number of years iden
tified with Jas. Dole, the Wahiawa
pineapple king, but who is at pre
sent one of the many Kapaa enthu
siasts, and savs he is certain that
the Kapaa lands are far superior to
those of Wahiawa, and that the
first crop will bear him out in his
Courteous to the last degree,
and as busy as bees, the colony
composing the Kapaa homestead
ers, is like one great, big, happy
family, and a day spent in the
shadow of their beaming hospitali
ty, is a delightful experience never
to be forgotten.
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by theKi-
nau trom Honolulu Wednesday
morning: Miss S. Purvis, Mrs. F.
L. Putman, J. M. Kaneakua, R.
S. Norris, Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard,
Theo. Martin, M. A. Nicoll, H.
M. Harrison, Mrs. V. Ogawa and
The following arrived by the
W. G. Hall Friday morning:
W. II.. Rice. Charles Gay, A.
Thielen, Ben Vicars, Mrs. F. We
ber, Mrs. L. Hussey.
Come Into Court
The following additional names
of person on Kauai have been ad
ded to the Federal Jury list at Ho
nolulu: William John Kruse, Jr., Keka
ha; Frank Crawford, Lihue; Rich
ard X. ()1 ivcr, illiam James
Smith, W aimea; William George
Quin; a laige and enthusiastic meeting of the Ka
uai Athletic Association was held in Lihue Saturday
evening, nt which organization for the year was com
pleted , officers elected and plans for the baseball sea
son shaped out. In the absence, of the president, who
wis unavoidably absent, Vice President Gaylord P.
Wilcox was in the chair and Dr. Glaisyer officiated as secretary.
All of the clubs of the island were represented, either by delegates
or by proxy.
The following were elected officers for the new year: B D. Bald
win, president; Gaylord Wilcox, vice president; A. R. Glaisyer, sec
tary; II. D. Wishard, treasurer,
Finance Committee Giylord Wilcox, W. D. McBryde, II. D. Wis
hard and C. B. Gray.
Schedule Committee A. R. Glaisyer, D. K. Hayseldcn and Allan
Umpire Committee J A. Akina, A. R. Glaisyer and A. Honan.
It was decided to follow the same plan of playing the games at dif
ferent parts of tlie island, provided enough money can be raised for
defraying expenses. This year, as in the past, transportation will be
the big item of expense. If subscriptions ire forthcoming, it can easily
be arranged to play gines at all centers; but if the mazuma does not
show up it will be necessary to arrange the schedule accordingly and
contract the territory in which the teams may aupenr.
Last year about $600 were raised with which to clear off a pre . ions
debt and about 5500 more for the season's expenses. Tins ye ir only
the expenses will have to be looked out for, so that $500 will probably
be enough. The hope was expressed that no difficulty would be ex
perienced in raising this amount. Of course, the plantations will have
to be relied upon pretty heavily, as in the past; but it is to be hoped
that this time much more than the usual amount can be raised by
popular subscription in small sums.
The outlook for good baseball this year is all that could be desired
All of the teams, except Lihue and Kealia, are now practicing, and
very shoitly the two mentioned will likely get down to hard work.
It is the intention of the committees to get to business right away,
so that in a very short time the details for the season will be in shape
for the command: "Play Ball!"
Dr. Norris, sugar technologist
at the H. S. P. A. lixpz men,.;!
station, spent three days in Maka-
well last week.
Clem Akina has been selected
iu ciipuim me luasawen oaseDau
team this season.
Last Saturday afternoon a com-
mittee of three of the white tm-
ployees of the Hawaiian' Sugar
Co., made the annual award of
cash prizes offered by the manage
ment for the best appearing -ards
and quarters of the laborers. Thre:
prizes were awarded. This is a
practice which the management
has carried on for three years and
results show it to be an excellent
Carl Bayer, manager of Maka
weli store, 1ms recently received a
Sppuldiug rowing machine. Mr.
Bayer, who in his early days was
a crack stroke on one of the
large university crews in the ' old
country," contemplates teaching all
aspirants from this section the art
of scientific rowing,
It is reported that C. W. Smith
of this place has ordered a large
vulcanizing outfit, upon the arrival
of which he proposes to repair all
tubes and tires of plantation peo
ple fre of charge.
Mrs. Carl Spillner left for Ho
nolulu in the Kiuau last week.
Rev. Mr. Lydgate preached in
the Lihue Union Church Sunday
morning, and Sunday evening had
an exceptionally large congregation
i -arge congregation
at F.leele, considering the threate -
ning weatner. iext oiinciav mor
ning there will be services again
in Lihue Union, and in the after
noon Mr. Lydgate will preach to
the people of Koloa.
Waimea Court Cases
In the Waimea district court
last Friday Judge Hofgaard heard
the case of the Territory against
Kouchi, charged with embezzle
ment. Defendant was employed
as a clerk in Naruse's store, and it
appears that he had been abstract
ing money in small amoums for a
long time. I lie total so mi.snppro-1
! 1 1 .1 4 .... . . . ,Art
pnaitii aiuuuuitu iu ucinrcu pjwu
and $400. the accused was found
guilty and sentenced to imprison
ment for a term of four months.
On Friday two Filipinos were
arraigned in the same court on a
charge of stealing cocoanuts from
the premises of Gay & Robinson.
They entered ideas of guilty and
were Sued $2 and costs each.
Eleele News Note:
The people c
entertained their f sandthem-
selves quite royally airdav v .
:ng in the way of a "pedro party"
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
v-. ju. aiorse. i ne aitenaance was
quite large and all had a jolly, good
time. Beginning at 8 o'clock, the
function progressed until the early
hours of Sunday were (inadverten-
. tlv. of course) encrodcliL-d unon.
The lady's first prize was won by
Mrs. R. L. Hughes, and the gentle
man's first prize by Mr Chas. F
Dillingham. Miss Janet Hastie an
nexed the lady's "boobv", while
Mr. Geo. A.Gonsalves was the star
of the evening in the same class
After cards, there was dancing
Among those present who took
part in the competition were: Mr.
and Mrs. J. II. Bole. Mr. and Mrs.
Rath, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hughes,
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Silva, Mr. and
Mrs. K. Rocndahl, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Morse, Misses Mable, Janet.
Marion, Kya and Maile Hastie,
Misses Grace and Ksther Ing, Miss
Rath and Miss Blue; Chas. F.
Dillingham, Ecklund, Miller, Gon
salves, II. II. Brodie, Captain Lea
vitt, C. H. Alspaugh and Kby.
The "people of the Highlands"
are organizing a pedro and dancing
club, and intend to have a pedro
tournament, running oyer a consi
derable period, in the near future.
Miss Hclvn Schimmdfenig, of
Koloa, was a week-end guest of
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Silva.
Messtrs. II. H'. Brodie, J. I. Sil-
va R., HHiiIits. Cnttnin T ,,;.
1 K . R()em,:ll,i A ,,,. J
I ""'"wu ami
Walter McHrydeattended the meet
ing of the Chamber of Commerce
in Waimea on Thursday.
Briber Fined Heavy
The Chinaman accused of brib
ing Judge Puuki. at Kawaihau,
had h's case thoroughly aired in
Judge Dickey's court last week.
It appears that the d foulant had
"slipped" $25.00 'v thecourt.
which the latter took, ait, 1!K- ;,
s""" uiiH.i.11!!, juiili "CI to j
charges against tin
as a plain
t h e jury
1 1 ribery
brought ill a verd
Judge Dickey, also, evidently does
not beleive in bribery, for he af
sessed t h e defendant $300 00.
Notice of appeal was given by Mr.
Ilannestad, attorney for the China
man. New Zealand butter in one-pound
blocks st Silva's Eleele store. Advt
While Wings Soap j
Pan Ka liana Soap j
Bar Soap ;
High Flight Flour
White River Flour
I L. Waldron, Lid. j
a ilmi m warty . roa vjmumi
Ye Mammoth Regal Hoote now
limits nt the nimika-Ewa corner of
where Fort and Hotel Afreets' inert
d'antl leon Biiililiii;;). Remember
the new location when you write,
or when you come to the. Capital.
V.'e moved to larger- quarters, in
a splendid building, lc:c." se of in.
crenninj; trade due to the real
worth of tlie shoes we sell.
People are realizing more than
ever ln'fore that Hegal ISIioex are
Good Shoes until they arc com
pletely worn out by long wear.
Yet they cot no more than
poorer shoe, and everybody in
the Territory pays the tame price
for a pair.
We pay all Parcel Post charges.
Regal Boot Shop
c.,- r D-r - . I
Miiica uim iveiregeruiorj
W. W. Dimcnd & Co. i
The House of Housewares
Prices are always right
Service the Best I
5:M5 King St.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Ants for the
and dealers in OHice Stationery
and Filing Systems.
Cany a complete stork of tho
(jloix'-Weriiii-ke Filing Cabinet
All repairs on typewriters guaran
Airy Uoonis Center of City
251 Vineyard St
Mrs. C. Miltner, prop. Honolulu