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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. APRIL 7, 1914
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Silva's Toggery, Ltd.
' "The Store for Good Clothes"
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1st jjrade, boys' sizes, 2 1-2 to 5, at
2nd " " " 2 1-2 to 5, at
1st grade, men's sizes, 5 1-2 to 10, at
2nd " " " 5 1-2 to 10, at
These arc the best school or work shoe made.
Tan or Black.
Mclnerny Shoe Store Honolulu
SILVAN ELEELE STORE
Kauai's First REAL Emporium
.1. I. SII.VA, I'n.priWor
Most complete stock of Drvgoods and General Merchandise on
the Island. Free delivery. No trouble to show goods.
. For Fancy Wines Ring up 73.
Main Store ELEELE, KAUAI
What They Said
Following are some of the com
ments of Ad Clubbers upon their
return to Honolulu, as reported in
J A M IvS A. WILDUR:. That Zulu
song made a big hit on Kauai, but
it didn't have anything on the
flute music furnished by Charlie
Frazier and myself.
KMIL A. BKRNDT: The old
form of hospitality which you see
on Kauai has died out in many
narts of Hawaii. I was born no Ka
uai, and it was mv first visit there
in many years.
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GOV. L. U. PINKHAM: A
country which boasts of an orga
nization like the Ad Club need
never fear a financial or any other
depression. I notice that Kauai
has made many remarkable ad
I. D. LKVKNSON: I cheered
so much that I lost my voice. I
didn't have so much fun after
that, for how can an Ad Club
member have a good time when
he cannot give vent to his feelings
by lusty shouts?
JAMES FRIKLE: That Ad Club
bunch are certainly live wires. I
missed some of the stunts ashore
while the Manna Loa lav off the
several ports of call., but there was
not a dull moment on board ship.
GEORGE R. CARTER: I told
the Kauai people that I was pre
sident of the Chamber of Com
merce, and to register their com
plaints with me. However, I don't
believe the Kauaians have any
thing to complain about.
(Ad Club): Our Kauai trip was a
splendid affair from statt to finish.
I am not at all disappointed that
we met with unexpected weather
conditions which forced changing
some of our plans. People who
can show themselves ready for all
that comes whether on the pro
gram or not, and all the while be
happy and contented, must be all
right on general principles. The
same spirit brought into practical
business problems as well as ex
cursions makes business good
That's one of the things the Ad
Club is driving at. Kauai people
treated us cordially, magnificently,
winch is another way of saying
that they were just natural. We
were more than satisfied. Just to
show that the trip is not all fun
and that we have serious matters
on our minds during our travels
I shall propose a plan to the Ad
Club tomorrow which will be pure
Iv advertising ana w n l c n, in
my estination, will bring the Na
wdiwili breakwater proposition be
fore the members ot Congress in a
unique and effective way. The Ad
Club, you know, is a territorial
institution and we now have i
Kauai project on the list of mat
lers to receive enthusiastic atien
tiou, as well as united support.
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with uWirjty an(J
recomrnjfcj highly to many of my patients.
out o v
it is not asking
borne by parents,
time, the aggregate,
ed up in the past, hi
For all the family often
"Surely I recommend
Primo to My Patients !
Not every beer can safely be given
to sick people, but the tonic quali-
ties ot PKIMU tALh, together
general all-around worth, causes me to
While over here Superintendent
Caldwell looked over Waimea and
Na.viliwili wharves, and decided
that the expenditure of 526,000 on
the former was necessary; but
(strange as the reckoning may
appear on Kauai) concluded that,
on account of t He breakwater talk
for Nawiliwili, improvements to
the wharf there could wait
awhile. The Star-Bulletin thus
sums up the work of Superinten
dent Caldwell over here and his
That the expenditure by the ter
ritory of $26,000 for the construc
tion of a new wharf at Waimea,
Kauai, will be an outcome of the
recent inspection by Governor
Pinkham and J. W. Caldwell,
chairman ot tne lioaru ot iiaroor
Commissioners, of piers and
wharves on the Garden Island, was
the gist of a statement made this
morning by Mr. Caldwell. Mr.
Caldwell and the governor visited
Kauai with the Ad Club and, while
there, took the opportunity of
combining business with pleasure.
According to Mr. Caldwell, the
Waimea wharf, concerning which
complaints frequently have been
made, was fout'd to be in bad condition
"There now is JS26.000 in the
Loan Fund and I expect that
amount win be expended ior
rebuilding the wharf,. ' said the
chairman. "But i n the mean
lime, some repairs will have
to be made on the wharf. I met
James Morse, foreman of the har
bor board, at Waimea, and we
talked the matter over, he declar
ing that 30 piles will be neces
sary to make the wharf safe for
the next twelve months. At the
present time, no weighty articles,
such as a steam plow, may be
taken on the pier without danger
Mr. Caldwell went on to say
that the plans for a new wharf at
Waimea would call for an outer
end 50 by 50 feet, and an approach
20 by 50 teet, the cost ot wiiidi is
figured at about $20,000.
Governor Pinkham said that
he would get the money as soon
as the loan fund is straightened
out." Mr. Caldwell said. The
governor realizes that the work
must be done at once."
Speaking o f matters concern
mg his trip winch are connected
with the department of public
works, Mr. Caldwell stated that
he went ftvet the matter of the
loan fund work with J. II. Mo
ragne, county engineer for Kauai
1 wo contracts are now being car
ried out on Kauai, one of $900 for
a homestead road at Homestead
and another for a homestead road
at Kapaa, calling for $7700. The
latter contract, for which $10,000
was appropriated by the last legis
lature, is about 65 per cent com
pleted. Mr. Caldwell said that
generally speaking, the wharves
on Kauai are in fair condition and
pointed out tint, if the territory
intends spending any more money
on big wharf projects, it should
wait until the federal government
takes action on the Kauai break
water proposition. He avers that
a breakwater would make Nawi
liwili one of the finest harbors
C. W, SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
A h: the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Lti, at Nawiliwili, 'Kauai
Card Of Thanks
OTM MM M . r-afl
the Beer Thevl's Brewed
To v The QmuvTp.
The Executive Committee having
general charge of the rcceptio'i of
! the Ad Club in the recent excurs
ion tender this expression of their
appreciation and thanks t o all
those generous friends who i n
any-and some in many ways, cont
ributed t o the success of the
occasion. 1 1 is a pleasure to
serve and work w ith such public
spirited and generous people.
J. M. Lydgatk.
Chan man of Executive Com.
If you once use New Zealand
butter, sold at Silva's Eleele store,
you will have it all the time. Advt.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
Honolulu Music Company
Home of t?heutofuano,(J
66 KING STREET'
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and stews, and to make more appetiz
ing roast beef, roast pork, liver, steak
and hamburger steak, use plenty of
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After you have once
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be satisfied to be with'
out a stpply of this