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THE GARDEN ISLAND," TUESDAY, APRIL 21, 1614
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the Hawaiian Hoard called atten
tion to the continued desire on the
part of the board to assist the
churches in the securing of their
sites and deplored a certain feeling
of suspicion, on the part of some
of the churches, of the motives of
the board. The government much
preferred to make the patents to
the Hawaiian board in trust for the
individual church. This trust how
ever was absolutely safe; the board
could not alienate the property in
any way or otherwise filch it
away from its real owners. He hop
ed that the example of the Kapaa
church, in this respect, would he
followed by many others.
A report on t h e Kalaupapa
church fund elicited the informa
tion that sufficient money was now
in hand to warrant the immediate
undertaking of the work.
SHORTAGE OF FUNDS
The Hawaiian board collection,
on the bases of one dollar a year
from each member, had not, thus
far been very successful, there be
ing more or less misunderstanding
It was explained that the.income
of the board showed signs of ier
ious shrinkage because of business
conditions; that the board would
close the year, May 15, with a de
ficit of over $5000, which would
unquestionably mean a very mate
rial reduction of the work for the
next year. It was very important
that the churches should stand by
the board 10 the full extent of their
A CHURCH SOCIAL
A novel and very enjoyable fea
ture of the convention was a social
conducted by the women's Hui
Aloha of Lihue, o n Thursday
evening, in connection with which
there was some very fine singing,
several excellent speeches, delici
ous refreshments and a general
The next meeting of the Associ
ation will b e held at Waimea
October 21, 1914.
The Makaweli baseball team (the
team as it is thus far made up for
the league season) ran up against
a picked Filipino nine on the home
field Sunday afternoon and fairly
routed the enemy. The little,
brown fellows played the best they
knew how, but were too far out
classed by the regulars. At the
end of the contest the score stood
15 to 2.
The regular Makaweli team, as
now shaped out, will consist of
the following: Kruse, p; Joe Fas
soth, c;Clem Akina, l-b;Vaialeale,
2-b; Kani. 3-b; A. Fernandez, ss;
John Raposa, cf; Harry Oneha, If;
and Thompson, rf. Clem Akina is
The Makaweli team is well or
ganized and contains some very
Bishop & Co.
Head Office - Honolulu
Branches at Hii.o and
WAIMEA," - KAUAI
& & &
Transacts a General Banking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
4 ( Jt
Interest allowed ut the rate
of 4 por 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 percent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
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scheme of dinners and the like
for the pleasure of members.
C. A. Rice put his suggestion
in the form of a motion. Mr. Mc
Bryde amended to the effect that
each member be required to pro
duce the application of one desir
able candidate for membership at
the next meeting; and that all
members not present be notified of
this requirement. The motion as
amended carried unanimously.
AD CLUB'S EXPENSE
Prior to the meeting the Finance
Committee had held its final session
on expenses of the Ad Club's tour,
and at this juncture signified its
readiness to report. Mr. Mahlum,
chairman of the Committee, stated
that the sum of $270.00 hadbeen re
ceived from the Honolulu Ad Club.
Total expenses of entertainment,
charged t o the Committee, had
been $651.93, leaving a shortage
of $381.93. The Committee recom
mended that the Chamber appro
priate money with which to liqui
date the remaining bills indicated.
V. H. Rice, Jr., moved that
the Chamber o f Commerce pay
from its treasury forthwith the
amount of S3S1.93 requested by the
Finance Committee for excess ex
penses of entertaining the Honolu
lu Ad Club.
K. C. Hopper moved as an
amendment that the Finance Com
mittee be also authorized to draw
upon the treasmy for any amount
in excess of $381.93 that might
be required, it not being certain
that -all bills had yet been received
by the Committee.
Seconded b y Mr. T. Brandt,
and carried unanimously.
The general sentiment seemed
to be that the expense was light
in proportion to the pleasure the
Ad Club's visit had given, and
that the Kauai Chamber of Com
merce would like "more of the
same. I ins opinion was voiced
by several in brief remarks, and
met with unmistakable evidences
of general approval.
Mr. Lydgate reported for the
Carnival Committee that out of
something over $600 in the fund,
there was a balance of $7.45. The
Chamber had anticipated that there
would be a deficit, and was much
pleased with this showing.
Mr. McBryde moved a vote of
thanks to the Committee (parti
cularly mentioning Mr. Coney) for
its excellent work. Seconded by
Mr' Spitz and carried.
Attention was called b y Mr.
Brandt to the fact that not all of
the committees provided for in the
Chamber's rules had been filled.
He moved that the Board of Direc
tors fill all of the committees, and
report the names for approval at
the next meeting. Carried.
Mr. John Bush, who was intro
duced as a new member from Ko
loa, made a few appropriate re
marks, after which the meeting ad
The Standard Optical Company
of Honolulu, T. H., beg to an
nounce to the people of the Island
of Kauai, that they will have two
of their best men tour the island
for the benefit of those needing
glasses or any work needed in their
One of the men has been with
the house for ten years, having
started with H. F. Wichmon &
Co., and is well qualified to handle
the most difficult cases, We have
the records here of all eves tested
on the Island of Kauai, for the
past twenty years, These.records
together with a new test will enable
us to get right at the root of the
trouble, so would strongly advise
the people to take advantage of
this fact, and make it a point to
consult our representatives when
they reach Kauai.
uur prices are absolutely uni
form, and conform definitely with
those in San Francisco, and in
many instances are less.
We furnish onlv Standard and
extra quallity in all lenses used by
us, and every pair of glasses fitted
by our representatives are nosi
tively guaranted by this Company.
The Kryptok and Toric Lenses,
which represent the highest class
I of Optical skill will be furnished
if desired, to those having their
:eyes tested by our representatives
; This Company has by far the
i largest grinding plant on the Is
, lands, which is in charge of skilled
, workmen, enabling ns to turn out
work on very short notice.
We wish to impress upon the
,' minds of the people the importance
I of consulting our representatives,
I and to enable them to do this with-
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"Prospect", 34 in., 3-ply, 5.00
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Sprinklers in all sizes and shapes
from 75 up.
While on the subject of
Home-Buying, why not
From the Kaupakalua Winery
Its a'Delicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Try it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuanu Street
THE LIHUE STORE
will represent us in the sale of
in LIHUE, HANAMAULU and KOLOA
Ask them for a free booklet.
Fort and Hotel
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto-
Livery Business. I
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA I
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. 1
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager. j
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
out loss of time to the people we
have arranged with the parties be
low, to take care of phone mes
sages or personal calls making ap
pointments. All you have to do is
ring up any of the parties named
below, leave your name and ad
dress and our representative will
call upon you, and be in a position
to remedy your troubles, without
loss of time to you.
Following are the names of the
places, which will receive your
calls: H. H. Brodie, Hanapepe;
Kealia Store; C. B. Gray, at Ka
paa; Fairview Hotel, a t Lihue;
Miss Hundley, at Kapaa.
THE STANDARD OPTICAL CO.
W, I. Seymour, Pres.
J. I. Sliva's Eleele store handles
the famous New Zealand butter.
Captain George B. Leavitt, sup
erintendent of the Kauai Railway
Company, was operated upon in
Honolulu yesterday by Dr. fudd.
He expects to return to Kauai the
last of this week or early next.
New Zealand butter is always
fresh and sweet. Delivered any
where by J. I.Silva, Eleele. Advt.
& Co., Ltd.
KEGEL CLUB MAY
CHANGE IIS RULES
An important business meeting
of the Kegel Club has been called
for next Thursday evening at 7:30
o'clock, at which changes in the
system and the rules will be dis
cussed and election of new officers
may be brought about although
the time for the latter will not be
Of late, interest in the club's
affairs on the part of members has
been exceedingly weak a large
majority of them never showing up
thereat all. Something will be
done to hustle them up and to
create new interest in the affairs of
t h e organization. Considerable
business is said to have lain on the
table for sometime on account of
inability to get a working quorum
at any meeting.
Another matter to be brought
up will be that of granting cards
of membership, at a limited rate,
to visitors, particularly to travel
ing men who visit Lihue every
Statement Op The Ownek
shi i', Management, Circula
tion, Etc.,. Required By The
Act of August 24, 1912. of "The
Garden Island" published week.
lv at Lihue, Hawaii, for April 1st,
Editor, L. D. Timmons, Lihue,
Managing Editor, L. D. Tim
mons, Lihue, Hawaii.
Business Manager, K. C. Hop
per, Lihue, Hawaii.
Publisher, Garden Island Pub
lishing Co., Ltd.
Owners: (If a corporation, give
its name and the names and ad
dresses of Stockholders holding 1
per cent or more of total amount
of stock. If not a corporation, give
names and addressed of individual
Mrs. A. S. Knudsen, Kekaha,
Hawaii; Aubrey Robinson. Maka
weli, Hawaii; E. A. Knudsen, Ke
kaha, Hawaii; J. H. Coney, Li
hue, Hawaii; G. N. Wilcox, Li
hue, Hawaii: S. W. Wilcox, Li
hue, Hawaii; A. S. Wilcox, Lihue,
Hawaii; C. H. Wilcox, Lihue Ha
waii; Mrs K. L,. Wilcox, Lihue,
Hawaii; R. P. Spalding, Kealia,
Hawaii; C. S. Dole, Lihue. Ha
waii; Francis Gay, Makaweli, Ha
waii; Hans Iseuberg, Lihue, Ha
waii; A. 1. Knudsen, Kekaha,
Hawaii; H. P. Faye, Kekaha, Ha
waii; r. Brandt, Waimea. Hawaii;
C. A. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii; W.
H. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii.
Known bondholders, mortga
gees, and otlier security holders,
holding 1 per cent or more of total
amount of bonds, mortgages, or
other securities: (If there are none,
W. H. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii;
Hawaiian Trust Company, Hono
lulu, Hawaii; E. A. Knudsen,
Kekaha, Hawaii; Hans Isenberc,
Lihue, Hawaii; A. S, Wilcox. Li
hue, Hawaii; S. W. Wilcox Li
hue, Hawaii; G. N. Wilcox, Li
hue, Hawaii; Aubrey Robinson,
Makaweli, Hawaii; A. F. Knud
sen, Kekaha, Hawaii; Mrs. V.
Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii; H. P.
Faye, Kekaha, Hawaii; Francis
Gay, Makaweli, Hawaii; R. P.
Spalding, Kealia, Hawaii.
Average number of copies of
this publication sold or distributed,
through the mails or otherwise, to
paid subscribers during the six
months preceding the date shown
above. (This information is requir
ed from daily newspapers only.)
Sign K. C. Hopper,
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 1st. day of April, 1914.
Seal K. C. Ah Hana.
Notary Public, Fifth Judicil Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In The Circuit Court of The
Fifth Circuit, Territory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
William Hastie, deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Pe
tition for Administration.
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Mary Jane Hastie of Eleele,
Kauai, alleging that William Has
tie of Eleele, Kauai died intestate
at Eleele, Kauai, on the 21st. day
April A. D. 1913, leaving proper
ty in the Hawaiian Islands neces
sary to be administrated upon, and
praying that Letters of Adminis
tration issue to Mary Jane Hastie
It is ordered that Saturday, the
2nd day of May A. D. 1914 at
9:30 o'clock A. M., be and here
by is appointed for hearing said
Petition in the Court Room of this
Court- at Lihue, Kauai, at which
time and place all persons con
cerned may appear and show cause
if any they have, why said Petition
should not be granted, and that
notice of this order be published
in the English language for three
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, March
(Sgd.) Lyle A. Dickey,
. Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) d. W. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
March 31st. April 7-14-21,1914.
Wholesale and Retail Groceriei
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
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Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
Intcrnntional Stock, Poultry Food
and other specialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron Hoofs. Petaluina In
cubators and Brooders.
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
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
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DICK OLIVER, Manager
Manuel Silva I
Has added a new six-seater
Studebaker to his garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
drivers, comfortable cars, and
always ready to start.
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
If you wish to travel in com
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Tel. 225 L.
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