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Silva's Toggery, Ltd.
"The Store for Good Clothes"
We carry the
Hanalei Lots Patents
Governor Pinkham has approved
patents to the following of the fol
lowing lots recently sold at public
auction, the properties being locat
ed in Hanalei:
A. S. Wilcox, government land
remnant at Waioli; Ethel M. Da
mon, lot No. 1, Waioli:
Klsie N. Wilcox, lot No. 2;
Mabel Wilcox, lot No. 3; S.'W.
Wilcox, lot No. 4; C. II. Wilcox,
lot No. 5; Florence Deverill, lot
No. 6; C A.Brown, lot No. 7;
P. II. Deverill. lot No. 8; William
Werner, lot No. 9; A. Gartley, lot
No. 10; B.D Baldwin, lot No. 11
A. R, Glabyer, lot No. 12; A. S
Wilcox, lot No. 13; E. K. Wilcox
lot No. 14; G, P. Wilcox, lot No
15; W. N. Stewart, lot No. 16;
G. Hansen, lot No. 17; H. P.
Faye, lot No, 18; A. Lindsay, lot
No. 19; G. T: Grieg, lot No. 20;
A. Meiiefoglio, lot No. 21; C..W
Spitz, lot No. 22; F, A. Alexander,
lot No. 23.
Surveyor Dort Arrives
J, C. Dort, who succeeds Mr.
Hardy in the government survey
work oh Kauai, came up in the
Kinau and will stop temporarily at
the Fairview hotel, Lihue. Mr.
Dort is accompanied . by his wife,
a.nd . they expect . eventually to es
tablish a home here. '
-1st grade boys' sizes, 2 1-2 to 5, at
.2nd...jL.".. " "- 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 are the best school or work shoe made.
Tan or Black.
Mclrierny Shoe Store Honolulu
SILVAN ELEELE STORE
. Kauai's First REAL Emporium
I. I. SILVA, riupiictur
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
. Cut In Pineapples
Information has been : received
of a sweeping cut of 50 cents
case in the price of pineapples.
The rate, which was formerly
$3.50 per case is now $3.00 At
this . low price, it is doubtful that
m any growers (particularly on
Oahu,) will be able to clear expen
ses. By some it is thought that the
drop may have been influenced by
the near approach of fresh fruits
on the market, and that a return
to normal may be realized in. a few
THE SUGAR TRUST
Washington. D. C. Senator
Thornton of Louisiana and Donel-
son Caffery, son of former Senator
Caffery of that state, submitted to
President Wilson copies of a bitter
attack on the sugar trust for its
methods in Louisiana, declared to
be ruining the sugar industry
there. The same petition was pre
sented to the house and senate,
its arguments being directed to
ward a request that Congress con
sider the grave situation that is
being caused by the methods of
the trust and take action that will
stop the strangulation of an industry.
The petition points out that the
history of the trust, in the past is
being, investigated in the courts,
in the dissolution suit that is pend
ing, but that a catastropha will be
caused; if Congress does not take
cognizance of the oppressive ; me
thods of the trust at the present
time in Louisiana, pending final
abjudication r of. the, government's
SUit..i .;; . ,; .,;
Congress is asked to make inves
tigation to determine if the charges
against the trust is true, and is
further asked to make : the i,nvesti
gations by. the. proposed, .interstate
trade commission, with respect, to
the monopolization, of. 'markets, for
the necessities of life more weighty
than is now proposed by giving its
findings of fact the efiect of prima
facie proof; likewise to, amend the
other trust bills' so' that it' shall' be
criminal not only to' enhance the
price of merchandise to consumers
but to depress tbe price of . raw
materials to producers, as' the
trust is alleged to do in Louisiana
The president promised to cdnsid
er the material laid before him.
; Passengers In And Out
C. W. SPITZ, Prop. (
NAWILIWILI. KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai, )
all hours, Day and Night
Kinney May Come
In a personal letter to the editor
of Tub Sarden Island, the new
superintendent , of education, Mr.
Henry Wadsworth Kinney, inti
mates that he will very shortly
make a tour of the island of Kau
ai, lie states, with evident regret,
that Kauai is the one large part of
the group with wliich he ; is . little
acquainted, from personal obser
vation; and that he wishes to re
medy tbe defect as soon as possible.
Sachs To Move
The big N.. jS,,Sa,ch3 Drygoods
Company will move f r 05 pi , the
Sachs, budding, at Fort and Jiere
tania streets, Honolulu, to t h e
building in Hotel street near Fort
formerly occupied by the Palni
I Cafe. '- - !
The following arrived at Ahuki
ni by the W. G. Hall Fridav morn
Mr. C. Spillner, Mrs. C. Spill
ner, Mast. Spillner, Miss Spillner
Mrs., Ei F. Cremer, A. Horner
Mrs. I.; Deas, Mrs. K. 'Hamano
Mrs..S. Hamano, CoL Spaulding
M. Sadaoka, Miss A. 'Mamikaele'
las. L. Logan and 17 deck, ;
. The following sailed by the "'W.
G, Hall last Tuesday for Honolulu
Rev. J. Kuooka, R.! Kamaminij
L. Peahi. R. R. McEldowney, R
Kula, J.R. Ayres, George H. Fitch
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning from
Honolulu: J ' '
Mr. Robinson; Miss A. Brown
Mrs. Henry Ci Brown,' Mr. and
Mrs. J. C. Dort, J. P. Erdmati
W. B." Oleson, Mr. and- Mrs. K
Ni Kinney 1 '.Master - Kinney, Mr
and Mrs. M. A. Moore, Miss Colla
Moore ,' Joseph Bilva;-' Paul Schmidt
Miss Gertrude Stilz, :Miss -Olga
Blachstead, E. F. Von Walterstorf
D. L.. Austin, Mrs. A.! Angus and
infant, Masler Jack AngustvMaster
A. Angus, Mrs J. J. Lewi.'
For all the family often
'Surely I recommend
Primo to My Patients!
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Not every beer can safely be given
to sick people, but , the ,tonic quali
:J!es"lofi. PRIMO PALEr-together
- with -its -purity and general all-around T worth, Causes 'I me A to
:t recommend it highly to many of my patients; : ; ; '. ; : , :
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To Suit Tlic Qinuvtc
Herald s New Editor
The Hawaii Herald has a new
editor, F. E. Matson,' formerly
connected with the Honolulu $tar
Bulletin as a reporter, succeeding
J. B. McSwanson as scissors art ibt
It is stated that Mr. McSwatlson
will go back to the business end of
some paper, either in Honolulu or
on the Coast. -:
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal a n d
Velie' Truck. .' , ...
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd:; at Nawiliwili, Kauai
7.'"." - WAIMEAV:. ;..v
Wholesale Liquor , Dealer
, : . , Teiepii0ne No: lOi.
l-l-vv tAi i ti w ffr i&ir rrMik.T
66 KING STREET
is year use
and next year your roof
or siding won t need
-:': L At'yur-t)ealer'sor from--
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
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Heriry Wa&fedurifsf1 Cb" Ltd. J
' buvs and sells
.w::,:REALv- ESTATE...: and:.
STOCKS and' BONDS '
and rents , l SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort !and Merchant Sts.
Sam Parker Stricken
'ti -1 vmtrmKmvwmamimaasm
, . Colonel Sam Parker, was stricken
with paralysis two; weels ago in
Cali forma, and s , at I'asp Robles
for .treatment, . ,,
Noeau Laid Up
! JThe steamer Noeau,' which has
been making regular runs to'Kaii
'ui,: will belaid i1J fo'r rejiairs, and
her place1 bii this run wilt be taken
temporanlv by. tliQ Likclike. ..
. New Zealand b'htter in whe-pound
'blocks.Bt SL!va'sEJecistore A4t.
You must know that
In 'UNIPN'-there is Strength"
H'i -J c
U you are a fuel user yo'uW sure .
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. : "U N 10 N " Gasoline 'j
: ' ;;;i;;:;;.'; '. - "U N 10 N.Distiiiate, :
. - ::.,;;:..! ; "U Nvl ON Kerosene.
1 " 1 there is more ' strength 'and' less
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.; v .:. r ,i i:i ,wast i.ouring cpmstipn ,-than
' other brands' can claW : 1,11 ,:.'-
SPECIFY " UNI OlN,'FUEL'"oiLS'
; 'I WHEN YOU , CALL AT, YOU DEALeJR
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