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TIIK GARDKN;ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914
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Were it not for tuberculosis, Ka
uai would have presented an ab
solutely clean slate for the month
of April just passed so far as con
tagious diseases are concerned.
According to the monthly morbid
ity report for the month just com
pleted by the Hoard of Health, the
Garden Island suffered from no
other disease during the month.
The Great White Planue, how
ever, managed to hang on after the
board's agents and the Kauai resi
dents had cleaned up the foci ot
other diseases. In March there had
been a small typhoid epidemic and
an occassional case of Diptheria.but
there was not a single appearance of
them during April.
Although tuberculosis was not
entirely absent during April it was
reported at the lowest figure yet
this year. The average number of
new cases reported from Kauai
has been seven or eight while for
April it dropped to three, or over
fifty per cent.
Advice To Homesteaders
On Maui, Governor Pinkham
had the following to say to home
steaders, which applies equally well
to the homesteaders of Kauai:
A few more words and I am
through. I want to say this to the
homesteaders: Don't put all your
eggs in one basket, because if you
drop the basket you will lose your
eggs. Try to produce as nearly as
you can that which will sustain
you, which will enable you to pro
cure your food, t o supply and
maintain your live stock, and your
fowls, and then take your chance
on things that must be sold for
cash and you will be much safer
than you will be if you attempt to
live on something that must pro
duce all the cash before you can
sustain yourself and provide the
absolute necessities of food and
Officials Visit Koloa
Vice President J. F. C. Hagens,
of Hackfeld & Co.. and Manager
C. Hedemann and son, of the Ho
nolulu Iron Works, arrived on Ka
uai last Wednesday morning to in
spect the new mill at Koloa.
Some Rain, This.
Complete rainfall data, which
has just been finished, shows
that 475 inches of rain fell on Wa
ialeale mountain, Kauai (elevation
5080 feet) in 1913, against a total
of 405 inches in 1912. Owing to
the high cost of reading this station,
it will be discontinued during the
fiscal year 1915.
George Humphreys, of V o n
Hamm-Young Company's auto de
partment, -is making a business
tour of the Garden Island.
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HEALTH HEGORDOF 2j$ ' . .,
KAUAI IN APRIL M: . J -:- :.
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Scenes in the City
The Wests Return
Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. West
and little son were welcomed home
again at Makaweli last Wednesday
morning. They had been away
nearly a year, during which visits
were paid to Mrs. West's old
home, Dr. West's college town
and a considerable stay was made
in Colorado. Dr. West's trip to the
east was for the purpose of studying
some of the latest ideas in medicine
D. 15. Murdock, traveling audi
tor for Alexander & Baldwin, ar
rived at Mpkaweli last Wednesday
morning for the purpose of going
over the books of Hawaiian Sugar 1
Co., McHryde and Kauai Railway
Upon his return from Kauai to
Honolulu, Territorial Treasurer I).
Lloyd Conkling had the following
to say to the Star-Bulletin:
"Kauai is a most hospitable is
land and the people there are al
ways ready to entertain visitors."
New Zealand butter continues to
be popular. Try it. Sold by J. I.
Silva. Iileele. Advt.
Capt. Leavitt Returns
Captain George B. Leavitt, of
the Kauai Railway Company, re
turned by the Kinau last Wednes
day morning from Honolulu,
whither he went some weeks ago to
undergo an operation. He is prac
tically a well man again, and at
once resumed his duties.
Chas. Gay, the "King of La
nai", arrived on Kauai last Wed
nesday for a business and pleasure
visit with relations at Makaweli.
Mr. Gay had just returned from a
visit to California.
Next Sunday's Baseball
The baseball games scheduled
for next Sunday are as follows:
Makaweli vs. Lihue, a t Lihue.
Kilauea vs. Koloa, at Koloa.
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of Tampico, Mexico, which is now
Daily Paper For Kilo
The following comes from Hilo,
A proposition to inaugurate a
daily newspaper in Hilo was
broached to the Board of Trade
Tuesday, in a communication from
Lorrin A. Thurston, and a resolu
tion presented for Mr. Thurston,
'calling for Ihe appointment of a
committee to make a survey of the
business field and ascertain the
practicality of the enterprise was
adopted. President Metzgcr ap
pointed on this committee. Attor
ney Harry Irwin, chairman; T. A.
Dranga and G. II. Vicars. The
I committee is authorized toendeavor
to secure the publication of a daily
of pretentious size, carrying a
full (piota ot local as well as
Rice's New Home
Wailuku, Maui, May 15. Mr.
and Mrs. Harold W. Rice are
erecting a commodious beach house
which commands one of the finest
ocean views on Maui, in the vici
nity of the Sandat, the beach!
house of Clarence G. White, and
that of William Scarby Mr. Rice
has made special arrangements for
electric lighting of the n e w
' house by purchasing current of the
Island Klectric Company at Kahu-'
lui. The house is nearly ready for
the finishing touches and the in
stallation of fixtures. It will be one
of the most attractive resiliences
on Maui when it is finished. Mr.
and Mrs. Rice expect to spend
considerable of their time at this
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived b y
Kinau Wednesday morning:
Di. and Mrs, T. J. West and
child, Chas. Gay, Mrs. A, Gomes,
Master Gomes, Chit Koi-.g, Mrs.
K. Lyman, J, B. Blackshear, Mrs.
Makuaole, Miss Makuaole, Mrs.
Combs, M. Kawanu, Richard I vers,
J. F. C. Hagens. C. Hedeman,
Geo. Humphrey, D. A." Murdock,
Capt.G. B. Leavitt, Miss L- Akin,
Miss J. Mahikoa Miss Chalmers
and 4S deck.
held by the rebels.
New Rubber Project
Fred. T. P. Waterhouse was
around among business men of
Kauai last week making a personal
report to them on the Pahang and
Tanjong Olok rubber companies.
The stock in both of these corpora
tions is largely held on Kauai.
The promoter reported the planta
tions in excellent shape, but the
price of rubber at present is very
Mr. Waterhouse is endeavoring
to interest local capital in a new
rubber plantation, located in the
neighborhood of the present estates.
The Maiie Masquerade
An e v v n hundred invitations
have been issued for the masque
rade ball of the Maile Club, which
will take place in Kleele hall on
the evening of June 6. The com
mittees appointed on this affair
are af follows: George A Gou
salves, chairman' on invitation
and reception; Mrs. Karl Roehdahl,
chainnan decorations and music;
Miss Janet Hastie, chainnan on
At the last meeting of the club,
C. 13 Morse was elected vice presi
dent and C. H. Alspaugh secretary
protem. Captain George B. Leav
itt, who recently returned from
Honolulu, is president.
Thanks The Band
Bandmaster Souza has received
! the following letter from Judge L.
A. Dickey in regard to the ser
vices of the baud at the recent
ball in the County building:
May 14, 1914
Mr. Joseph A. Souza,
Leader Lihue Band,
In the press of other matters, I
neglected to write you before leav
ing Tuesday for Honolulu. I wish
to express my appreciation to you
and all the members of the Lihue
Band for your thoughtful kindness
Saturday night in help:ng out
with the music and give you my
hearty thanks. It added very
much to the occasion.
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Following is the last letter of
Ihe Marketing Division. Honolulu:
Siilcsfnrtlu'WK'k totalled . 1 1'70. 24 f n ni
SJ cim-i-iiiwciit. On thcwliolcthe supply
f inisr.'lliUH'ous produce is improving.
I'liu-imlly Urge shipments ,,f sweet
potiitoes wen' received which for a day
tir two caused :t slight oversupply. Ship-
meiits of onions are incn-ii.-iiifr. Some of
the onions are l.oorlv irrmleil u-Itl. t..
ma'.v undersized onions mixed with the
Mrst nr.ide and a few l.ajrs had not hecn
thoroughly dried. Fanners must see that
uiions are thoroughly dry and well cured
liel'ore shipment. Otherwise, they do not
keep well. With the increase in supply,
the price will prohuhly fall t ju.jn a
hundred. The quality of swict potatoes is
good andthe large supply is moving along
well. 11 a; demand for carrots is good, a
with U'ets and turnips and a larger sup
ply ol these three vcgetahlos is needed.
The cahhage market is firm, sales more
active, hut the price remains the same.
Sweet corn is in great demand hiit the
supply quite inadequate. Much of the
green corn sent in is merely green Held
coin. The market needs more genuine
The supply of string heans is more
generous hut the demand is active. More
Im II peppers and peas are wanted. The
market is never adequately supplied w ith
thest( vegetables. Uhuharb of excellent
quality was received and sells well des
pite the fact that the price of imported
rhuharh has fallen down. The t.,mato
supply is increasing, the quality good
and market active. Watermelon receipts
have fallen oil' decidedly and the price is
on the up-grade. Cooking bananas, Chi
nese bananas, pineapples and strawlier
ries are scarce. There is an aeti veileinand
for more of these fruits. I. hues ami papa
yas are also wanted in much larger
quantities and in more uniform ship
ments. Several tons of island rorn are de
manded and the supply does not seem
to lie forth coming. Irish potatoes are
improving in quality and the supply is
good, hut the price is falling on account
of competition with California potat o's.
Many more hides are wanted. The price
is linn. Constant calls an- received for
beef, mutton ainl po -k in excess of the
visible supply. The market desires the
names of all breeder's of tine breeding
stock in order that customers may le re
ferred to reliable breeders.
The demand lor poultry is active. A
few shipments of well fattened broilers
wore received. On the w hole, the con
dition of poultry i poor. Fowls need
more substantial rations than scenery
and fresh air; give them something to
eat. Turkeys are not in active demand
and the supply is adequate. Duck prices
are tirm and the supply good, but not
enough young ducks are received. More
hen and duck eggs arc needed. The sup
ply docs not keep up with the demand
for fresh island eggs.
The market is in a position to serve
more boarding houses and hotel trade.
The variety of i-laud produce is increas
ing and the quality is improving. Ship
ments of avocadoes an' improving, but
the quality of early fruit is not as good
as can Ik- expected next month.
Do not ship any more charcoal until
the present supply is taken. Honolulu is
full of charcoal.
Mr. Horner To Leave
D K. Horner, field assistant on
Kauai for the Division of Hvdro
Rraphy, will be rckased from duty
here on completion of the con
struction w o r k now in hand,
about June 30. t
Free Delivery to Kauai J
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l'.xcopiional value, and by far
t?ii- be-t and mat .-t shaker we
have ever oll'ered lor the price.
We pay the transportation char
g"s to Kauai on every pair bought
jiift to show you that we are anx
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Commercial and Travelers'
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