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ON BIG ISLAND
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 30, 1914
in two grades.
1st grade, boys' sizes, 2 1-2 to 5, at
2nd " " " 2 1-2 to 5, at
1st grade, men's sizes, 5 1-2 to 10, at
" 5 1-2 to 10, at
These are the best school or work shoe made.
Tan or Black. .
Mclnerny Shoe Store Honolulu
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jet us uo i our
Territorial Messenger Service
Coprrithi Halt Scbiltaci & Mux
j Silva's Toggery, Lcl
& "The Store for Good Clothes"
Run Your Car
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grade oil which gives perfect lubrication and assists the
engine to do its work regularly and efficiently.
THE STANDARD OIL
FOR MOTOR CARS
is the best auto oil the Standard Oil Company
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cessful service'in thousands of cars of all types. Its
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f our nearest agency about de-
livery in bull;.
The Advertiser contains the fol
lowing concerning the reception
tendered Charles A. Rice, candi
date for . the nomination for Con
gress on the Republican ticket, at
"I feet much gratified over the
reception that was given tne on the
occasion of mv brief trip to Ha
waii," said Senator Charles A.
Rice who arrived here from Hilo
yesterday morning. He went there
in furtherance of his candidacy for
the Republican nomination for Del
egate to Congress, spending two
days on the Big Island, principally
in the Crescent City. He cut his
trip short in order to return to his
home on Kauai, where his business
interests demand his attention.
Senator Rice left for Kauai yester
"I received assurances of sup
port from ail parties," continued
Senator Rice, "and especially from
the young Hawaiians. Many of
them came to tne and pledged me
their support in mv fight for the
nomination and at the polls in
November. This is the first time
a candidate for Congress has gone
to them and told them what he pro
poses to do in tke interests of the
people of this Territory. They told
me they wanted a man in Wash
ington who will remain on the
job and work for Hawaii all the
time and expressed their faith in
me as being one who would not
shirk this duty. It is assurances
like these that give me confidence
in tlie belief that the voters of this
Territory have tired of things us
they are going and they are go
ing to see to it that the fight up
on which we are now entering will
lesult in a sweeping victory."
SHOWINGS OF THE
Revised figures of the produc
tions of the various larger plant
ations, as compared with the ori
ginal estimates, have been prepar
ed by the Trent Trust Company,
and are as follows:
Manager's 1914 Crop
Original Now Almost
Hwa 31,000 31.000
II. C. S. Co. 54,000
Hawaiian Sugar 21,197
Kinney On Hawaii
Superintendent Kinney, of the
Dep.nttnent of Kducation, left Ho
noluki last Wednesday for Hawaii,
lie stateel before leaung that he
wotileihe away at least a week. A few
more changes in the teaching fore
of Kauai will be made in a week or
two, these having been found nec
essary after t h e li.t previously
published was made up.
(Continued from page 2)
I will. I can tell you one thing: If
elected I will put through some
good laws - laws that will be good
tor the homesteaders, good for the
planters and good for everydody.
I have one in mind now. It starts
out as follows:
But our time limit was up
Coasting rapidly down the Elee
le hill, we saw J. I. Silva stand
ing on the plantform of his store
talking rapidly and earnestly to a
group of men. "I am for Charlie
Rice for Delegate and Walter Me
Bryde for anything he wants," he
was saying. Tuey are good men.
They suit me. Make up the ticktt
like that and I'll be perfectly satis
fied. What a m I running for?
Well, I don't know - vet. There is
one thing though; if I eh not get
into politics, they'll hear from me.
Our laws can be improved in many
respects. We need many things
that we have not now. I will 'ell
you a few. For instance, between
Koloa and the Klee'.e hill there is
not a county policeman. That is
bad. If I were"
But just then the machine start
ed up and continued on down the
hill, making it impossible for us to
hear j us t what Mr. Silva would do
under the circumstances which he
evidently baa in mind.
At Waiinea we m e t Mr. T.
Brandt coming out of the bank.
"My name has been mentioned in
the paper for the Legislature, and
I have been approached by friends.
It is a little hard to sav just vet
what I would do under certain cir
cumstances. The private business
of others in mv hands must be con
sidered. At the same time"
But just then someone called
Mr Brandt aside, and we turned
to our waiting machine, to find
standing there a man with a letter
U li'.sJiajuL ..'-ll Jwye. ajctter .here
from Senator Knudsen, and there
are some points i n it which I j
thought might interest you For
instance, in this paragraph he
savs: "It is mv intention to stand
again for the nomination for the
Senate. Bear that in mind. And If
once more honored by the people
of Kauai, I will"
We were very sorry not to be
able to hear any more, but it was
getting late and we had to be off.
Rounding the postoffice corner
again in Lihue, we met Senator
C. A. Rice, who had just received
his mail and was reading letters in
a pleased sort of way. ' It looks
gooet to ine," he declared. "lust
see this bunch of 'Go AJjcadnes.'
If everybody felt like those" fel
lows, I'd be elected in the pri
mary, hands down. You know.
I've been thinking about my hold
over seat in the Senate, and have
about decided that"
But just then Mr. Spitz came up
with some new pictures of the
place where Nawiliwili breakwater
ought to le, in which he wanted
to interest the next Delegate in ad
vance (and we woke up to find
that the wind had been driving the
rain through the open window on
Leilani. the young daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. Rohrig, Lihue, was
taken suddenly ill last Thursday
morning and upon a physician be
ing called the surprising discovery
v:.s made that the child (scarcely
Quite a pleasant bridge party
was given bv the On Club Thc.rs
day evening at the plantation
boarding house in Lihue, about
twenty-five being orcser.t.
During the evening a silver sand
wich tray was presented on behalf i ll,ort tll: " a babv) was suffering
of the Club to Miss Maud de Bret- sevcio attack of appendicitis. Con
teville, who is shortly to be mar- suiting physicians were summon
ried to Dr. Thompson. cd, and an immediate operation
The prizes were awarded as fol- was decided upon,
lows: Lady's first. Miss Purvis,! The-tiny patient was taken to
second, Miss Mclntrve. GenUe ; '1' Lihue hospital, where she en
men' first. F. Weber: second. nl(1",c"1 ordeal wi.h as much
Garden IslandenLadv'sbooby.Miv, pnti nee as a grown-up person;
Maud de Brettevillt; gentlemen's :,ml is r,,nv on tn" "'K'1 roatl t0
booby, II. Vincent.
The officers of the club acquit
ted themselves finely as hosts 0'iid
hostesses), and all present had a
most enjoyable time.
Fresh cream from Honolulu
Dairvmcn's Association for sale at
Lihue Stor. A lvt.
CARDINAL FARLEY BANS THE 1
j . NEW DANCES AS IMMODEST,
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4 Vfc "Aflli!
Cardinal Farlev and various bishops throughout the United States
have declared their disapproval of nnv entertainment given bv Catho
lics in which the tango, the one step glide or the maxixe are indulged
Advices have come from Wash
ington that the appropriation for
the new Federal building at Ilono-
Various reports have come from
California regarding the flow of
the immense "gusher" which has
appeared at Lakeview No. 2 oil
lulu will almost without doubt - 1 reserve, considerable of the stock
passed at this session of Congress, cf which is held on Kaiai. J. O.
the chTfTf site to be left entirely Lntted. who has just returned from
to the Treasijjy department. As- t,,ere- st;,tes l,,at "U'put is
f.,, inn nno i in rn 1 i-
I sumuig that it wttl ne 'Uul awhile . ...
. ..,.V . , daily, while tonsei vative trade
before the building is leady for:. . , .
, iiuuniiiis h me- minm mat
use. the government now' proposes : .
, ., . . ..the flow is from 50.000 to 60,000
to build two more stones on top of, . , . .....
.i .ii ii . ir . b;(?.rels. Qf course ti e ''oJU'JU
the present Honolulu postoffice to:,, - - me
..... ; gushers is usually shot and un-!
relieve the present pressure. ,.:.. i . . .i . i i. i , .
. . ' , , ; cet tain, but the stockholders stand
The appiopriatu.n for the Peder-; a ROO(i cj.nilce f mnUuK consider- .
al site and building, which has j able money if the present rate of
already passed the Senate, is $1, 'flow is maintained even for a short
Just the thing for this hot weather-grape
juice soda -it Lihue Store
soda fountain. Advt.
Mrs. Stodart a Visitor
Mrs. Win. Stodart arrived in
the Kinau last Wednesday and is a
guest of Mrs. J. L. Robertson. She
will be here a week or two, spend
ing part e)f the time with Mrs. .1.
M. Lvdgate. in Lihue. Mr. Stod
art, who was at one time manager
of the MeBiydc pi .intation, is now
with Mr. F.tirchild, in the Philippines.
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