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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 28. 1914
shoes will always keep you
"They're EASY sh oes for UNEASY feet"
Let your next pair be a
REAL MEN WEAR REAL SHOES
We have just received a shipment of the
latest styles. Pay us a visit.
Headquarters for Banister Shoes.
! Waimea Stables
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto-
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN T1IREU HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea
P. O. Box 48
Here is Your Opportunity.
3,468,752 Pounds of Corn ' were imported
into this Territory last year which amount
could juft as well have been raised right
here. The money value was $54,738.
The Honolulu Iron Works Co. carries in ock
Corn Shellers, Crackers, Burr Mills, Elevators,
and all other necessary equipment for hand
ling a feed-corn crop.
We will furnish plans and estimates for the com
plete equipment of Corn Mills.
(Sprout, Waldron & Co.'s Apparatus).
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
On its last trip
which it returned
to Kauai, from
steamer Likclike carried a dimin
utive but hinh-spirited pony that
became so fond of life at sea that
it resisted efforts to land it-says
the .Sunday Advertiser:
When the vessel anchored off
Kealia, for which port the pony
was destined, the little animal was
hitched to a small boat that was to
tow it ashore in the manner em
ployed in unloading live-stock
there. Reluctantly it swam along
j side the boat until shore was rcacli
jed. There it was delivered to a
man wno started to lead it away,
ami then the trouble bcan. Pur
ser K. V. Thompson of the Like
like savs the little horse first sur
veyed its new surroundings, Rave
its new guardian a' thorough look
ing over, then hoisted its head,
snorted, wheeled and hoisted its
rear heels and dashed after the
boat that had escorted it to land.
It passed the boat wi mining
something like fifteen knots a n
hour and headed straight for tbe
Likelike. Sometime was consumed
in the marine roundup that follow
ed, which finally resulted in the
pony's deciding to give up the
fight and stay ashore.
Wireless For A.-H.
All of the freighters of the American-Hawaiian
ny are to be equipped with wire
less without delay. The Alaskan,
which calls at Port Allen, will re
ceive her plant upon returning to
San Francisco this time, while
others will be equipped at fast as
they arrive at the Bay Citv.
New Zealand butter in one-pound
blocks st Silva's Eleele store. Advt.
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TO HAVE ADDITION
An addition 40 by 4S feet in tire.",
is being built onto the Ilanainaulu
store. Work began last week and
the job will be finished in the
course of a month.
The foundation of the addition
will Le of concrete, the upper struc
ture of wood.
The present intention is to ex
tend the room of the main store to
take i n tne present warehouse
space, and to use the addition for
storage purposes. This will add
materially to the si.e and general
appearance of the store.
The McBryde baseball team is
to be given a grand benefit enter
tainment in Eleele hall for the pur
pose of filling u p its treasury.
There will be a motion picture
show, put on by J. C Moura; and
that will be followed by a dance.
Plans are being made to accom
modate 300 at the show and 100 at
A Wonderful Raspberry
An Italian planter named Rane
re, living near Ilr.mmonton , N. I.,
recently discovered a continuous
bearing raspberry, of remarkable
size and flavor, and yielding from
two to three full crops annually.
Upon receipt of 51 20, we will for
ward by parcels post prepaid,
twentv (20) first year Ranere rasn
berry plants from my gardens. The
above number will yield several
hundred cuttings for transplanting
the second year. Address, "The
Maple Villa Sanitarium, llaimnon
ton, New Jersey."
New Zealand butter is always
fresh and sweet. Delivered any
where by J. I.Silva, Eleele. Advt.
I in mi imri onimT
Camp 4 , Makaweli, w;;s the scene
of a gambling raid bv the l olice and
when tlie"drag net" was emptied at
the calaboose it was found to have
contained six Chinese nnd four;
Filipinos. These m e n were!
arraigned in Judge Hofgaard's,
court and all entered pleas ofj
In dispensing justice, the Wai
mea court considered the reputa
tions of the various persons before
him. For instance? those who had
not seriously contracted the gam
bling disease he assessed ?2 each.
Those who had it so bad that there
was danger of communicating it to
others he taxed 5; while the
"horrible examples," who were
steeped in the iniquity of heathen
games, he "soaked ' $10 apiece.
This is the second large haul of
gamblers the police have made in
the Waimea jurisdiction recent
ly, indicating that the new cur
rency laws have not yet affected
the cane-field "bankers."
Consul Canavarro Dead
A. du So u .a Canavarro, for
thirty years consul for Portugal at
Honolulu, died in that city last
Tuesday morning, aged 55, after
an attack of heart trouble lasting
ten days. Prior to his death he
named his physician, Dr. L. R.
Caspar, as his temporary success
or, to hold office until a permanent
appointment might be made by the
home government. Having been a
resident of Honolulu for so many
years, Mr. Canavarro was regard
ed more as a citizen than an assign
ed diplomat. Under the Portuguese
monarchy he was given the title
of Count, and when the monarchy
was overthrown was continued in
office by the Republic.
Larger Than Waimea
Frank B. Cook, representing the
territorial board of health on Kau
ai as chief sanitary inspector, ar
rived Sunday trom the Garden Is
land and expects to remain in Ho
nolulu a week. Mr. Cook has not
been in the city for many years,
and yesterday expressed his sur
prise at the growth and develop
ment of Honolulu. "Why, it is
bigger than anything we have on
Kauai," said the chief inspector.
A Good Start
In the neighborhood o f f200
was netted from the entertainments
given for the benefit of the pro
posed, new public hall for Kala-U-o.
It is figured that the total
cost of the proposition will be
something like 500, so that about
5.500 more will be required.
A part of the delegation to the
church convention which will
held on Muni in June got together
last wetk at Kapaa for the purpose
of organizing and practicing music
and other stunts to be included in
their program on the Valley Isle.
S. W. Mehuela, who had been
chosen leader, directed the rehear
sal. This was the first practice
h Id, and it is purposed to have
two or three nioie before the date
of depaiture for the convention.
1. W. W. Man Dead
Remember A. V. Roe. the I. W.
W. Man who stirred up a muss on
Kauai a year or two ago and was
jailed at Lihue for being an all
round disturber? He died in the
Hilo jail on the 14th. of heart
New Zealand butter continues to
be popular. Try it. Sold by J. I.'
1 Silva, Fkx-k. Advt.'
Free Delivery (o Kauai
I C-f- r . t
50c the pair
Kxcepiional value1, iiti'l I'V far
tin1 l'-t I ncat -t sliak r we
have ever ollered for the price.
We pay the transportation char
ges to Kauai mi every pair hoiiglit
just to show ynii that we are anx
i'niM tn please, ami appreciate your
We are siccialist- in
Diimerware, ;la-urv, silverware
"Tlie Hulls' uf Iteii-e Wares"
.":!-(;." Kim: St. II lulu
Ye Mammoth Renal Uoote now
hangs at the mauka-Kwa currier of
where Fort ami I Intel streets meet
( Paiithenii IWiiMing). Kenicinhor
tire new locution when you write,
or when you come to the Capital.
We moved to larger quarters, in
a splendid lmililim', liecause of in
creasing trade dm; to the real
worth of the shoes we sell.
People are realizing more than
ever liefore that I legal Shoes ure
(food Shoes until they are com
pletely worn out liy long wear.
Yet they cost no more than
poorer (hoes, and everybody in
the Territory pays the same price
for a pair.
We pay all Parcel Post charges.
Regal Boot Shop
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
IIONOI.I I.F, T. II.
Agents for the
and dealers in Ollice Stationery
and Filing Sjstems.
Carry u complete stock of the
Cilolie-Wernicke Filing Cuhinet
All repairs on tyH'w riters guaran
teed sat islactory.
tan nm.!Mygsi.T.jiu..BH .mwweaw
Paper Bags, Twines,
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Fort and Queen Streiti
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice Pres & Mg r
JAS. F. Ill
Real Estate and Insurance
XO. 125-Ul MKRCHAXT ST.
V. O. box Xo 594 Honolulu