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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 9, 1914
J luUlCd nil nitni n nun t
Hoarding Stable a tl Auto
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and
. BETWEEN LIHUE- and KEKAHA
Leaving Lilme every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekalia every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING! AT THEIR DESTINATION IN TURKIC HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
shoes will always keep you
"They re EASY shoes for UNEASY feet"
Let your next pair be a
REAL MEN WEAR REAL SHOES
We have just received a shipment of the
test styles. Pay us a visit.
Headquarters for Banister Shoes.
UN mm uunuuh
Higher Prices Anticipated. And
That Free Sugar Clause
May B Rescinded
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
You must know that
"In 'UNION' there is Strength"
It you are a fuel user you're sure
1 O N"
I O N,
there is more strength and less
waste during combustion than
other brands can claim.
SPECIFY "UNION" FUEL OILS
WHEN YOU CALL AT YOUR DEALER'S
While on the subject of
Home-Buying, why not
From the Kaupakalua Winety
Its a Delicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Trv it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will He Given Special Attention.
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuanu Street
Willett & Glrav, the eminent
and conservative sugar authori
ties, have abandoned their pes
simitic views regarding the market
and now admit that an era of un
usual and unexpectedly high prices
mav be a feature of the near fut
ure. Thev have the following (n
mcng other expressions of similar
The exports from Cuba of the
present crop to Mav 1, exceed the
exports to same time last vear by
122,558 tons, and include 221,0-10
ton to countries other than the
United States, against, such ex poits
to the same time last rear of 59,
These larger exports strengthen
the conditions of the Cuban plant
ers in the sale of their remaining
It is worthy cf note that after
May 1, 1913, the outside exports
were 257,942 tons on a basis of
cost below the present which may
lead to smaller exports after this
time this vear unless European
markets make sufficient advances
in cane sugar quotations to war
rant imports on a rising basis.
This foreign demand versus the
United States demand is an impor
taut feature to watch as the Cuba
crop season draws near to Its close.
There !,iv S.-.-n xn1p nf PnSie
to the United Kingdom fais week
and at 2.09c per lb., f. o, b. Cu
ba, and the exports, as reported by
Mr. Ilimlev, 10.000 tona.
Our Java messages give crop ex
ports for April all going to the
This Java crop, beginning May
1914, showed no exports to United
Kingdom or the United States,
against large exports thence i n
The absence of Java sugar for
the United Slates has been largely
replaced by the yearly increase in
the Cuba crop. The United States
faces just now, as a result of the
tariff legislation, a condition that
calls for largely increased Cuban
crops during the coming years
1915 and 1916, to replace possible
deficiencies of our present free
duty crops which face free sugar
effects in May, 1916.
Under present outlook the Unit
ed States cannot look with equan
imity on increasing exports to for
eign countries from the Cuban
crops. Such exports might event
ually put refiners back to the ne
cessity of purchasing foreign sugars
at the world's price, from which
they have been exempt in 1913 and
1914 to present time.
The whole sugar situation, as it
may develop during the remainder
of this year and in 1915, is full of
possibilities which require careful
study and observation all the time.
We give herewith abstracts from
the annual report of the American
Beet Sugar Co., showing the un
satisfactory results owing to the
prevailing low prices for refined
sugar. The factory cost was re
duced to 3.30c per lb. but owing
to the competition among refined
sugar producers, the refined pro
duct during 1913 ruled lower rela
tively than the raw sugar values.
There is some improvement in this
respect noticeable under the new
A government investigation of
the domestic beet sugar industry
in its relations to tariff conditions
The official lists of the bascbfill :
teams comprising the Knuai Alh-1,
letic Association have been filed. ,
In checking over, it is found that!
in a few instances names are dup'.i-
cated on two lists, and in such j
cases the matter will have to be
straigiueneu out 'jy way ot nttiun-
vits filed with the Association.
The official list of the Kilauta
Baseball club is as follows:
Mr. Sanborn, Wm. Akana, J.
Ah Chong, John Akana, G. Aka
na, Alahando, Pablo, Lorenzo,
Iniiiilico, A. P.atrzo, M. Jachin-
to, S. Jachinto, Win. Kerr. Sam
Kai, Luss. C. W. Ahrens, Rubin,
Woods (A. R. S.)
H. T. Sheldon. Sada Nagyhisa,
Sam Kaaho, Manuel Soares, J F.
Bettencourt, Jr., Dan P. Hano,
Joe Teixe'ra. Clarence Abengtr,
I o li n Bettencourt, C. Lizamn,
John Soares, John Arruda, Sam J
Kai, Manuel Freitas, David Kaui,
L. Almeida, Arthur Rapozo, Wil
liam A. Kerr, Ambrosio Balla
ment, A. B. Palmer, Chas. Hud
dy, John Viveiros, Jr. Allen Wil
cox ; P. Contrades, Hose Lovell,
M. Tives, Jr.. Tom Downey, Al
fred Souza, Miguel Koani, Gra
cia. II T. Sheldon, manager. Al
len Wilcox, captain.
Colars, Maroon and Buff.
C. Rice, C, Kuhlmann, Jno.
jalj.nn, H. Malina, Ah Fong, F.
Morrow, W. " Makanani,
Jno. Makanani, E. Lovell, Yoko
moto, Ino. Fernandez, W. Fernan
dez, E. Manase, H. Waiau, Mono
ha, Mitchell, W. Opunui, K. C.
Ahana, H, Thieleman, E. Foun
tain, II. Elmhost, Downey, II.
Smvthe, A. R. Robertson, Ahana,
Kuwamoto, II. Honan, A. Kuhl
mann, A. Perry, Tanaka, Mitsu,
Sasaki, Fuj-shima, M. Medeiros,
W. Jansen. Lorenzo, II. Kuhl
mann, Serapion, Joe Mederios, J.
Medeiros, A. Andrade, Manuel
Mederios, R. Kula. W. Ilamauku.
Meyers, Win. Kane, Joe Robello,
Capt. G. B. Leavitt, manager.
Theo. Pactieco, captain, Q. C. Ako,
John Perrf'ra, Antone Perreira.
Joe Aka, Joe Costa, Ireneo Akana,
John Gabriel, Denichi Takcuchi,
Albert Andrade, Joe Pacheco, K.
Takitani. Herbft Morse, C. S. Ab
bott, Manuel Souza, Manuel Mar
tins, Joe C. Moura, D. Lyons, V.
Miller, Doi Daijiro, Clem Gomes.
N. Ohama. K. Kobavashi, K.
C. Akint (capt). G. Kruse. J.
Fassoth, J. Thomson, A. Fernan
dez, J. Costa, J. Rapoza. W. Wai
aleele. H. Oneha. E. Huddy, O.
J o h n s o li, M. Fernandez, li.
Richardson, li. Murdock, II. Fas
soth, D. Hayselden, (Mgr.)
LACE AND if AVI) vvnufc: I
The dainty blouse on the lift of
fers rich fields of opportunity for
the woman who wields a clever
needle. Tip's is of cream marqui
sette richly embroidered and trim
med with shadow lace. Two strips
of the lace form the center front,!
the blouse closing at the center!
with pearls as buttons, A band of
the lace ruii." Ironi the neck to
join another bai. "hih encircles
the frm at the " ' .'.'"e.
On either side of the lace front the
blouse is richly embroidered. A
narrow ruffle of net outlines the
neck and lace cuff and follows the
line cf the front closing.
WHERE BRIGHT SILK IS
A set of dress accessories where
brocaded beiigaline or other fancy
silk mav be utilized charmingly is
pictured on the right. This con
sists of hat, girdle and revers. The
hat is one of the' new jaunty shapes
so daringly tilted with the highest
line springing almost directly
from the center of the head. A
broad band of the brocaded silk
giru'Ic' ,!, hKa frown. The broad
girdle of plain silk c. l'n is fin
ished on its top edge bv a pleating
of the bengaline. The wide rtvers
are faced with the same.
The Star Bulletin contains the
following concerning the Punahou
baseball team, a part of which will
be over here with the All-Students
ou July Fourth:
Mr. Wine has completed the
batting records of the Punahou
first team, an I Bill Inman and 15.
Gay are tied for first place with
.400 each. Bill Inman has been
hitting the ball hard all season and
being conducted in every I manv 0f ujs hils imv b.-en for ex
beet sugar producing state, which j.ru bases. This is the sscond year
may reach to the rescinding of the j tnat hm i,as led the Punahou bat
free duty clause in the tariff to ! ters. E. Gay did not start off well
Vera Cruz, Mex. May 28 -General
Funston, in command of the
American troops here, yesterday
issued orders that the German
steamer Bavaria, which reached
port recently from Hamburg by
way of Antwerp and Bilboa, he
seized and held because found to
hrtve carried munitions of war
which are not listed on her mani
fest. It has been discovered that Cap
tain Graalfs of the Bavaria had
landed and delivered to the con
signees at Puerta, Mexico 1,800,000
rounds of ammunition and had on
board his steamer 3000 rolls of
barbed wire, which he was carry
ing as unlisted cargo. Word of the
contraband reached General Funs
ton yesterday, resulting in quick
action on his part it' placing a
guard aboard the steamer and or
dering her held.
Passengers In And Out
THREE KAUAI BOYS
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning from
Miss Heuer, Miss M
Miss E. Brandt. R. I.
J W. Rath, Mrs. S.
ter Pikao, Mrs.
Mrs. Pikao, Mas
Senni and m lid,
take effect May 1. 1916. !
Atlantic port receipts for the
week were small, 41,860 tons, and
less than meltings, so that stocks 1
decreased 10,140 tons.
II. C. Waldron, ot the Hono
lulu Iron Works, made a tour of
Kauai at the week-end.
J. I. Sliva's Eleele store luusdks
the famous New Zealand butter.
Advt. ! of Miss Elsie Wilcox
Miss Heuer, of O.ihu College,
who will conduct classes in Ger
man here for a shot t time, arrived
in the lat Kinau and is the quost
in the beginning of the reason,
but when he did he made up f(.r
lost time, and has raised himself
to the top of the bitting list. D.
Wadsworth ilid not play in the be
ginning of the season on account
of ill health but when he finally
staited in j laying he was a big
help to the Punahou team at tie
II . C. Wald.on, Wm. Savidge.
Wm. Akana, D. Hoolapa, Master
Crowe! I. L. M. Fishel, C. F. Mer
rill, Mrs. Morrill, Mrs. M. Kauli
li, Mrs, J. Charman, Miss M. Aka
na, G. Whitiingtou, Mrs. Whit
tingtttn, G. K. Lawsou, John
Chong. Richard Owen, Master O.
Robinson, Leo. Wash, Miss I.
Beckert. Miss O. Beckert, T. Xa
kawabi, Sam Kaiwi, Geo. Bert
ram. Z S. Sparl ling Mrs. M
1 1 . m . Miss F. lion, Frank Hoo,
S. S iki, Annie Ching, Albeit
Ching and 56 deck.
Attorney A. G Kaulukou, of
Libue, has leceived a letter from
his son, Ernest Manase, stating
that the three captains appointed
for ihe Kamehameha battalion for
the next school year are all Kauai
boys, viz,: Ernest Fountain, of
Lihue; George Brandt, of Waimea;
William Wright, of Koloa. The
wriier of the letter vis chosen a
corporal. Ernest Fountain tave
Shipman, the successful candi
date, a hard run for major, the
The Kamehameha battalion has
a regulation cadet status, and it is
considered quite an honor to win
shoulder straps in it.
The fine electric lamp raffled at
McBryde storw last Tuesday atter
noon became the property o f a
former Eleele man, now resident
Parties on Kauai who have been
following the matter u p believe
they have located the man who
wrote that famous, anonymous
letter to Governor Pinkham. He
is said to be a resident of Waimea
neighborhood, and more or less
Next Sunday's Baseball
Following are the baseball games
scheduled for next Sunday:
McBryde vs. Kilauea, at Ki
lr.uea. K. A. C. vs. Makaweli, at Ma
kaweli. Both of these games should be
hot ones, as the four teams to ap
pear are leaders in the series.