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THE7GAKI)KN ISLAND, TUKSDAY, JUNK 30. 1914
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Hoarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue 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 43
LLOVD, DAlGHTl.k OF RKPUFSKNTATI VI:
LLOYD. OK MISSOURI
THE "PUROLA BRAND"
In this day and age, in our home for our
family, we want the Besl; and when we
say the Beft we mean the Highest Quali-
L.. TL D 1 D I f II l 11
iy. me ruroia orana or nousenoia
Remedies and Toilet specialties, which we
have juft put in, is another link in the chain
that binds us to our customers. Why? Be
cause "Purola" is synonymous with the
Highest Type of Purity and Quality and
bears the guarantee of an old-established
firm of more than thirty years experience.
Ask to see our "Purola" Line. No
trouble to show goods.
" K-i i-
SAID TO VOTEfiS
BILL IS FAVORED
HaKIIII ewlNO. WAtH.i
Miss Lloyd is one of the strik-i overshadowing cliaractei islic is de
ingly liandsoine members of the votion lo home life She is brio lit
younger element in the smart set
at the national capital. She lias
just returned to Washington frcm
a visit to her home at Shelbyville,
Missouri, and has planned a series
of social functions for the enter
tainment of a house guest. Miss
Lloyd is a participant in most of
the woith-while social affairs, a
frequent figure in the receiving
lines and always surrounded bv
groups of devoted friends, but her,
and piiia:it, abounds in quiet liu
mor, and is fond of music and the
theater. Her interests are wrapt in
her father's politics and sh often
accompanies him in his campaign
ing. Her father, Representative
James T. Lloyd, perhaps the clean
est cut type of the really substan
tial statesmen, broad gauged,
suiiaie - trimmed and devoted to
Missouri in general and the Shel
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
You must know that
"In 'jUNION' there is Strength"
It you are jbl fuel user you're sure
' "UNION" Gasoline
" U N I O N Kerosene
there is more strength and lets
waste during combustion than
other brands can claim.
SPECIFY "UNION" FUEL OILS
WHEN YOU CALL AT YOUR DEALER'S
in ciiDnFMr; pni
III UUI IILlfIL
Legislative War -Horse Would
L i i e To Be tlecied In
One of the clearest-rut. most sen
sible announcements of (nididac
for public office reaching Tin-:
Oakkkn Island so far is that of
Hon. II. L. Holstcin, the old war
horse of the House of Representa
tives from the island of Hawaii,
who hints to the voter of his dis
trict that he would not mind being
elected at the pi hiiary in place of
at the regular clectio.i in Novem
ber. Mr. Ilol.itein's announceincn'
is here n produced lor the guidance
of Kauai aspirants for recognition;
To the Republicans of West
Hawaii, and the Yoltrs in genetal
of the second Representative District:
Perhaps few of you recognize the
importance of political campaigns.
September the 12th next, between
the hours of 8 A. m. and 5 i. m . , in
the various precincts of our Rcj re
sentative District, you are to nom
inate your candidates on the Re
publican ticket for the Legislature.
If you insist that your Representa
tives in the Legislature shall under
stand the propositions before the
Legislature and you demand that
they so vote as to best conserve
vour interests, I shall insist that
you at the polls shall so vote as to
conserve my interests. I demand
WITH - KILAUEAS
WASHINGTON, June 23.
nave oeen c.
The United States Supreme pleted for two tennis matches be-
Lourt in a decision handed
down yesterday refused to grant
an injunction restraining the trea
sury department from granting
Cuban sugar a twenty per tent dif
ferential as provided under the
Cuban treaty, in addition to the re
duction in rates provided under the
Application for an injunction
was made to the Supreme Court
several weeks ago on behalf of the
sugar planters of Louisiana, though
both beet and cane growers though
out the United States were vitally
interested in the outcome of the
ice cream, at the I.ilm.-
Store's soda fountain, is made
from fresh cream from the Hono
lulu Dairymen's. Association. Try
.t. You will like it. Or, better
still, take a carton home with you
twten Kilauea and Lihue, to be
played on the Lihue courts on Sun
day, July 5, the hours to be set
The first game will be men's
doubles, and Lihue will be repre
sented by Chas. A. Kice and Al
bert Horner, Jr. The second game
will be mixed doubles, the Lihue
plavers being Miss Purvis and S.
The Kilauea teams are not yet
known, but thev will undoubtedly
be the best players to be had there.
Horner To Substitute
Albert Horner, Jr., will substi
tute tor Senator Chas. A. Rice as
manager of the Lihue Ranch dur
ing the hitter's absence on his
Dnig.xssional Canmittee Re
ports The Measure Witii
Us Complete 0. K.
The bill which passed the last
Legislature, authorizing and pro
viding for the manufacture, main
tenance and ('.istrlbution, by R'.'V.
liars Ise'iberg and his associates,
of fk-ctri'- P'nver and light- in the
distiictsof Lihue and Kolos,-' of
K r.ai. was reported back to the
II n ti s of Representative, in
Washington, op June 5,' by Chair
man Davenport, of the Committee
o'i Tvi ritovies, as follows:
'The Committee on Territories.
to whom was referred the bill Xll.
R. 585 1 ) authorizing the manufac
ture, tn.ur. .'innx distribution, and
s-.ippiy t electric light and power
within the districts ot Lihue and
Koloa, county of Kauai, Territoiy
of Hawaii, reports the same favor
ably without amendment. This is
a bill wlrch authorizes Hans Isen-
bcrg of Lihue, county of Kauai.
Territory of Hawaii, his associates.
successors, aim assigns o r . such
corporation as he or they should
cause to be incorporated under ths
laws of the Territory of Hawaii,
to manufacture, maintain, and dis
tribute electric light and power
within the districts of Lihue and
Koloa in the said county of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii. It developed
a: the hearings upon this bill that
the same clr-ract'r, if not the same the Legislature of Hawaii, after
degree of statemanship, at the polls due consideration, had passed the
as you demand on the floor of the bill, in the distiiets mentioned
egislature. herein. After a careful conside-ra-
Politics is not a squabble for of- tion of the provisions of the bill,
lice. Politics is the science of self- the committee is of the ooinion
government. The issues of a that all rights are carefully safe
npaign do not have their begin- 'guarded and reports, the same to
uing anti eiiviing ill .fh nomination the House with the recommend
or election of men to office. The I stion that the bill pass."
issues of a campaign are between I ""r
measures, not between men. A tortal Goveit'ment was organized,
political parly must be something with the exception of the first terri
more than an aggregation of office 1 tori;l1 legislature (1901) and the
seekers. A political party ought ! present territorial administration
at least to represent some principle! (1914). Republicans throughout
of self government, and it ought to; West Hawaii have acknowledged
stand for the same principles of Uiat these two exceptions were the
self government continuously.
I am a Republican and have been
a Republican since the year one.
New Zealand butter in one-pound
ulocks at Silva's Lleele store. Advt.
While on the subject of
Home-Buving, why not
MA UI WINE
From the Kaupakalua Wineiy
Its a Delicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Try it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuanu Street Honolulu
On the question of Protection to
our industries, I believe in the
principles so aptly stated by Abra
ham Lincoln, "If 1 understand
tins," said Mr. Lincoln, "when
we buv a ton of steel rails ahioad
we get the rails and the foreigner
gets the money; but when we buv
a ton ol steel raiis produced at
home, we get both the rails and the
The Republican Parly has been
in power in IPiwaii since Terri-
productions of a n Accident! I
have been requested by the . ranK
and file of the Republicans , in West
Hawaii to stand as a candidate for
the House of Representatives for
the coming Primaries. I take de
light in giving public expression of
my acceptance. "A c;ndid.atei re
ceiving the votes of a majority of
the registered voters voting, 'of the
district in which he is a candidate
shall be thereby duly and legally
elected to the office for which he is
a candidate at such primary," Sect.
16 of the Primary Lav. '
Now I hope and trust that you,
and each of you, will do your
Aloha Nui. H. L- Holstkin.
A good oil stove gives full heat just
owuu ao it. s ii"mca. mere s no waiting
for the fire to catch ud or thn nvon t l,t
MealacanLe started later and elill Le srrl ri.t
on time. That means 1
IJ n . r. i .
OIL COOK STOVE
burns kerosene, the clean, cheap fuel and pives an in
tense heat that can le regulated just as you want it. It
does all sorts of cooking and baking jut as well as a
wuuu or coai stove and without tainting the food.
uon i cook m a hot kilchcn thia summer. Dnn't 1.
coal and wood and ashes. Get a New IYrfW-tion.
it saves all this trouble and it's economical, too.
ss. your ueaier lor the Xew l'trlection.
Standard Oil Company
Why are you olum, dear? ,
Jack mad'? an :rvi'ul threat lat night wh-jii I rejected him.
Whai? To shoot bini-ib?
(Jh, Wvy.se than Ilia.. He said he'd nevet propose to me agiin.