Newspaper Page Text
THE GARDEN ISLAND', TUESDAY, JULY 14, 1G14
DAILY WIRELESS NEWS
" Continued from page 1.
Saturday, July 1 1
Sugar: Raws, 3.275; beets, 3.53.
Honolulu Judge Dole will preside at the trial of Jeff McCarn.
r W. F. Armstrong, formerly of H. May & Co., and treasurer of
the Phoenix Lodge, will be brought back from San Francisco on the
charge of stealing $3,000 of Oha bonds, the property of the Lodge,
and selling them to Trent Trust Co.
Mrs. K. Nitka, Honolulu plantation, was killed by her jealous
lover, the murderer escaping.
Pineapples arc selling on Oahu much below the cost of produc
tion, and it is said they will go lower yet on account of the large crop.
Judge Robinson has issued a warrant for the arrest of A. W.
Enmcs for auto speeding, after Judge Monsarrat had refused to act in
San Francisco Two cruisers will convoy the submarines to Hono
lulu, leaving here on the 20th.
Washington President Wilson states that he will not send in
another name for confirmation on the Federal Reserve Board until the
Senate has approved Jones, of the firm of Kolin, Loeb & Co., who has
been already named.
San Francisco Charles Ar Fielder, Robert Fowler and R, O.
Duncan have been threatened with arrest for photographing Naos Is
land, at the entrance of the Panama Canal, from an aeroplane.
Vera Cruz General Funston has ordered the arrest of a leading
Constitutionalist here on the charge of inciting Mexicans to make a
demonstration against Minister Mohtno. A newspaper has been sup
pressed for the same reason.
Mexico City The national bank has decided to close all of its
branches in Mexico.
Washington It is reported that Federal forces have deserted
Guayous and are bound for Manzanillo.
San Francisco Malcolm Franklin, the new collector of the port
of Honolulu, will sail in the Manchuria from San Francisco.
Washington The appelate division of the Supreme Court of New
York has decided that commctcialized Christian Science is illegal.
Washington The House has approved the bill for the relief of
sufferers as a result of the Salem fire.
Washington Dr. Hiram Bingham and family will leave for Ho
nolulu on the Manchuria.
Belfast Ulster forces are gathering here for the first meeting of
the provisional government.
Guam Typhoon sweeping over Guam hns caused much damage
to shipping and is reaching over into the county districts.
Newport In a trial spin yesterday the yacht Resolute easily out
San Francisco An attempt will be made to raise money with
which to save the old gunboat Independence from the junkmen.
I Munt lUANIu DtflUH Tflnil ID
A pleased Customer is
Our best Advertisement
The following unsolicited statement from
one of our ROYAL TAILORED Cus
tomers speaks for itself:
"The suit is very satisfactory, the mate
rial is excellent and the finish could not be
bince representing t n e ROYAL
TAILORS we have taken 81 orders, a
good many of which are Repeat orders.
Let Us Take YOUR Measure
Authorized Royal Dealers
Telephone Cable Stringing
The messenger wires destined to
hold up the new cable around Lihue
district are now all pulled taught
ready to leceive the underlnnging
sheating which encloses the
scores of copper wires, intcrtrans
posed and insulated in such a way
as to ensure perfect audibility with
all outside induction neutralized.
Several stretches of cable are al
ready in place; the connecting
links between Lihue School cross
ing, and the store, being now well
Provision is being made at all
points where the cable will end,
and also at necessary intermediate
points: for the installation of Dis
tributing Heads into which the
cable wires will be sealed to termi
nals which project through to the
outside, and to which the aerial
wires are then attached.
Superintendent Morrow daily ex
pects the arrival of a new switch
board; which will be installed in
the Lihue Central Office in place of
tho one at present in use. With a
board combining all the most mod
em methods for interconnecting
and insulating every individual
line; together with improved line
work; cress-talk and humming
from induction should be a thing
of the past.
An Aesthetic side of commerci
alism is seen in the vast improve
ment the cables constitute over the
old cross arm and open wire sys
tem, the former being tar more
pleasing to the eye.
Home of GHe Zaj(xvianr (11
88 KINGSTREEfipJV HONOLULUJ.H.
Another lot of pheasants came
,'tip on the W. G. Hall last Friday
and wiil be liberated by Sheriff
Rice. This lot completes the ship
ment of 100 birds ordered by the
island of Kauai through Messrs.
E. O. Hall & Son.
The pheasants came from east
ern Asia, and are of a oarticularly
hardy stock. There was some ques
tion nt first as to whether or not
they would flourish in a warm
climate like this, and it was pretty
thoroughly demonstrated that they
It is claimed that this species ot
pheasant breeds rapidly, and the
expectation is that Kauai will, in a
reasonably short time, be well
storked tv'tli tlipni
There were seven crates, con-1
taining twenty - one birds, in this
last shit meat.
Koloa Store Burns
A fire occured last Sunday
morning in Koloa, which resulted
in the complete destruction of Sing
Chang's grocery store and restau
rant. The premises were located close
to the Koloa School, the occupants
who consisted of Sing Chang and
one or two other celestial compat
riots were rudely awakdned from
their slumbers by smoke, which
appeared to come from the back
kitchen. Upon investigation they
found the kitchen and back part of
the house in flames, which, fanned
by a gentle breeze soon enveloped
the whole building in spite of the
heroic efforts of several, who had
appeared on the scene, to extin
The cause of the fire is a mys
tery, as apparently nothing in the
way of a fire or lamp had been lett
burning. Suspicion of incendiar
ism are strong in the locality.
An impromptu but greatly en
joyed swimming party and sup
per was given by Mr. and Mrs. R.
W. T. Purvis, at the McBryde
beach home, last Sunday, in honcr
of their son Robert, who is visit
ing with' them; and their guesls
Miss Ilerbet and Mr. Henneson, A
number of young folk motored ov
er from Lihue, to partake of the
hospitality and good cheer, retufn
iug late in the evening, and all
vowing to have had a royaffc(jod
Wants Larger Lot
The Department of Education
seems not to be satisfied with the
one - acre lnt offered by Kapahi at
Kapaa - uka for the purposes of a
homesteaders' school, and will in
sist upon a lot containing three
acres. The reason given is that it
may be but a short time when land
in that locality is higher in price,
and it is consequently regarded as
better to secure all that may be re
quired at once. It is easily possible
that the refusal of Kapahi to part
with the three acres promised at
the beginning of negotiations may
result in delay in the building of
Mr, Henneson of Honolulu is
the guest of Mr. Robert Purvis.
New Zealandjnittcr continues to
be popular. Try it. Sold bv J. I.
Silva, Eleele. Advt.
In Thk Circuit Court ok Thh
Fifth Circuit, Territory
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukina, (w)'
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti-
tion for Probate of Will. r
A document purporting to be
the Last Will and Testament of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukina, deceas
ed, having on the Sth. day of July
A. D. 1914 been presented to s.iifl
Probate Court, and a Petition for
the Probate thereof, and for the
Issuance Letters Testamentary
to M. Kahukina, having been filed
by said M. Kahukina.
It is hereby ordered, that Satur
day, the 15th day of August A.
D. 1914 at 10 o'clock, A. M.. of
said day, at the Court Room of
said Court at Lihue, Kauai, bo and
the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for proving saidfci
Will and hearing said application-
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, 1914.
By the Court.
(Syd ) D. Wm, Duan,
July 14th, 21st, 28th, Aug. 4th.
are not only uuulo in all the Intent
wty!en, Imt also every pair in bound
to l u extra comfortable. The
reason for the COMKOKT is that
KEUALK A HE MADE IN Ql'AKT
REGAL SHOE STORE
We prepay Parcel Post charges
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has prorided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER TIME
You should place your order
for Store and Office Stationery fer 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; slore 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
city esta blishment
If you are already a regular customer, go over your slock, 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
The Garden Island Pub. Co., Ltd