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THElGARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JUNE 30. 1914
IN THE GOOD OLD
CANNOT BE SAVED
Secretary Redfield Explains
Position Of His Depart
ment In Matter
The following self - explanatory
letter from Secretary Redt'ield, fit
the department of commerce, has
been received at Honolulu:
Gentlemen: Your favor of the
2d is received.
I confirm my telegram of the
6th, as follows:
"Telegram second seen first
time today. Know nothing of in
terview in Chronicle. Have n o
knowledge that ati one is consider
ing restoring part sugar duty."
I have no knowledge o f the
Chronicle article and remember no
interview. The facts are that at
the request o f several senators
some months ago the bureau of
corporations of this department be
gan an inquiry into the beet sugar
industry in all its phases and is
now pursuing it. It is not an in
quiry into the cost of production
strictly so called, though that will
form a feature of it. The reason
this distinction, however, is made
here is that the so - called cost - of
production inquiries are made in a
separate bureau (the bureau o f
foreign and domestic commerce)
and out of a separate appropriation
and have a rather more restricted
scope. The sugar beet inquiry now
going on takes into account every
element in the industry and not
merely the one factor of the cost
of production. It is not intended
to have any relation whatever to
legislation, pending or proposed,
but is solely to ascertain the facts
regarding the irdustry in its differ
ent phases. The field work will not
be done for some weeks yet and the
report will probably not be ready
until the latter part of the fall.
There is no justification for anv
statement made by anybody that
as a result of this inquiry it is con
templated to restore in whole or
in part anv of the sugar duties. Xo
action of any nature is to be pre
dicated on the report until its con
tents shall be fullj known, and its
inception had nothing to do with
any suggestion as to the restoration
of duties. It is not at all proper
that anyone should !: encouraged
either to buy or sell stocks upon
the pendency of an inquiry which
Yours very truly,
(Signed) Wiu.iam C. KuuriKi.i),
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday morning from
Honolulu: Mrs. K. Roendahl,
Miss Blanche Wishard, Mrs. H.
Wishard, Miss Elizabeth Fra.ier,
Miss Minnie libeling, Mrs. Roen
dahl, C. Kapukui, Chas. KkUind.
Miss M. Stodart, Mrs. Wm. Stod
art, Wm. Kukaua, Koon Lock, C.
R. Lincoln, M. Osaki, Hubert
Christian, Peter Christian, MissG.
Pillar, Miss K Pillar, Norman
Weedon, Aubrey Robinson, Master
Moler, Mrs R. D. Moler, J. Aui,
A. Am, James Burgess, Sid Spitz
er, T. M. Church, H. VYrainp,
Mrs. II. Akona, Miss Mallie Cum
mings, Miss Milla Dun, Miss G.
Muller, Miss G. Chung.
The following arrived by the W.
G. Hall Friday morning from Ho
nolulu: Mrs. Mahikoa, Bertha
Mahikoa, Mary Mahikoa, Miss B.
Mahikoa, Geo. A. Bertram. F. A.
Savior, W. G. Hall, W. Ah Hoy,
Miss Ah Hoy, W. A. Fernandez,
Mrs. Kaht-le, Master Kahele. Miss
Kahele and 7 deck.
You should place your order
for Store and Office Stationery for the busy Autumn and
We make books, mill reports, field reports, warehouse slips, time checks, pay
envelopes, letter heads, bill heads and the hundred and one other items of printed
material required for the plantation; Store books, bill heads, letter heads, envelopes,
receipts and everything else required for the office.
Our facilities compare favorably with those of any country shop
WE GUARANTEE QUALITY OF PAPER AND WORKMANSHIP
and our prices will be found as low as or below those of any
If you are already a regular customer, go over your stock, see what you will need
for the busy season and place your order now. If not a patron of this office, we
hope you will give us a trial order.
Results Will Please You
e Garden Islan
JURIES DflAl FOR
JULY COURT TERM
The grand jury in the United
Honolulu States district court, last
Wednesday returned a true bill
against District Attorney Je-iT Me
Cam, charged with assault with a
dangerous weapon u p o u Attorney
In J mine Dickey's court last
Thursday morning juries were
drawn for the approaching term of
the Circuit Court, the following
trial jurors being listed: Henry
Andennan, Jr ; Lihue; Thomas R.
Xeal, Makaweli; J. B. Feather
stpuc, -Waiuonli; Joliti "Brandt,' Ke
kaha; Sam Kai, Jr., Joe M. Souza,
Fleele; Sinclair Robinson, Maka
weli; Fred Mendez, Kealia; George
Kauhi; K. de Lacey, Lihue; Manu
el Oinellas, Hananiaulu; lames W,
Rath, I.awai; Dan Hano, Kawai
hau; David K. Kane, Kealia; Law
rence Rose; John Chandler, Koloa;
Wm. 1C. Jenks, Makaweli; C. S.
Kuhlmaun, Lihue; Willie Kalani,
Hanalei; Fong Koon Chan; P A.
Romane, Koloa; A. B. Blackstad,
Wainica; Chang Kee, Kekaha; IJ.
H. W. Broadbeut. Lihue; Martin
J. Fassoth, Makaweli, and Her
man II. Busch, Koloa.
(Jcorc Kac-o, Ilaualci; August
Hratin, Lihue; Dan Lyons. Fleele:
W. H. Gr ;te, Lihue; George M,
Maioho, Koloa; Gustay H. Han
sen, Kekaha; Wm. K. Sehult.e.
Makaweli; A. D. Hills, Lihue;
Win. Danford, Kekaha; Frederick
Carter, Lijiue; Henry G. Spalding.
Koln;i; John K. Coikett, Koloa;
B. D. H.iM.vin, Makaweli; Harry
A. Moler, Flecle; G. P. Wilcox,
Kealia; Is.i.ie K. Hart, Koloa.
Court will o p e n tomorrow
(Wednesday) morning for- the
hearing of mm-juiy cases.
The grand jury will meet next
Monday morning and the trial
jurors will be required to appear a
week from tomorrow, or July 8.
The- term calendar of cases was
published in last week's issue of
The last issue of The Hawaii. ii
Forester And Agriculturist con
tains the following references to
tree planting, etc., around the
"principality" of Walter D. Mc
A report recently received ftom
yWalter D. McBtyde In regari-jv.
rne plant distribution dnr' i,
1913 from the Division of Forestry
nursery at Homestead, Kauai,
shows a total of 6.500 trees given
out for that calendar year. In ad
dition 12,044 trees were planted in
the Papapaholahola Spring reserve.
This number includes several spe
cies of eucalyptus, koa, silk oak and!
Japanese cedar, all of which "have
made a most satisfactory growth,
due iu part to the fact that all land
to be planted to trees is first given
? good plowing and just prior to
planting is well harrowed.
"A good road has been built to
the Spring reserve bv the county,
making the same accessible to those
desirous of getting trevs from the
nursery. The road within there
serve itself was built from moneys
received from the department."
The vahnr of this sub - nursery is
yearly becoming more apparent. It
is a decidedly useful institution.
I f Watch for the Sign la
if ii it i miff i jk'w v v a vi vp3
Aiiiiivixu at 1Ioxoi.i i.it
.Tunc 1 Sierra San Francisco
" 2 I.urline San Knincisco
" " 1'. S. T. Sheridan Manila
-Ilonnknij; Maru San Francisco
Try a "Honolulu Special" at
Lihue Store soda fountain. Advt.
Bap rontaininc auto rrtnirm
I " "i
j between Wahiawa and Ele
Jele, Sunday, June 14. Finder
please return to W. D. Mc
i Bryde, Homestead. Reward.
New Zealand butter is always
fresh and sweet. Delivered any-
J where by J. I.Silva, F.leele. Advt
the Gasoline of QualiUj
Wherever you see the Red Crown sign
you can buy an honest, reliable gasoline the
uniform quick acting clean burning kind
that gives you full power that costs you least
per mile. Red Crown is not a "mixture,"
but a straight distilled, refinery gasoline the
best the Standard Oil Company can make.
In gasoline, it is economy to buy the best.
Red Crown signs are furnished to all
dealers handling Red Crown (gasoline.
Watch for the Sign or ask our nearest agency
about delivery in bulk.
Standard Oil Company
Miss Mclntyre, of the Lihue
school, will spend the Summer
vacation at her former home
California. Upon her return
September, she will assume her , preceding
new duties in the High AndOram-! and mule
Kddie Fernandez and troupe of
musicians appeared in the Lihue
Social hall Friday evening and put
on a very enjoyable program.
111 1 They had landed at Waimi.a the
i flying tour, return-
ing to Honolulu Saturdaynight.
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-1'. S. T. Thomas San Franc'.sco
I'. S. T. Sheridan San Francisco
Hongkong Maru IIoi jikonjj
Chivo Mam Sim ?j.,lu..
blll'line Sun I.'rii,
-SiU-ria San Francisco
-Shiny.i Maru! H,,
-I'. S. T. Thomas
S. u Fnncisco
San 1- r.m 'iiCo
Sa:. F .-iiii iscn
Home From Scliocl
Miss Ulanche Wishard returned
last Wednesday morning to Lihue
from l'uuahou. was accom
panied by her mother and also by
Miss Kliz ibeth Fiaz;er, who will
visit with her for awhile.
Mrs. K. 1). Moltr, ot ICIeele, re
turned by the same steamer, with
her son, who has been at school in
Honolulu. Mrs. Moler had spent
several months with her father,
Mr. John Ncill. in the citv.