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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST4 18, 1914
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guarantee a steaming hot or icy
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Its food drawer with its ventilat
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WAIMEA, - KAUAI
j j &
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
J J Jt
Intel est allowed at the rale
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposit,
Interest paid on ''"tine De
posits at the follow. ng iaies:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 per cent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
T THE! SI
When Charles A. Rice and par
ty return to Honolulu one of the
city papers had the following to
say about the tour of Kauai:
The biggest vote that has ever
been polled for any candidate in
anv election will be given to Chas.
A. Rice on Kauai on September
12, according to the report brought
back from the Garden Island yes-.
terdav bv Albert Homer, who has i
been touring Rice's home island
with the candidate and who return
ed with him to Honolulu on the
W. G. Hall.
' If any candidate received seven
hundred votes it was a landslide
for him on Kauai," says Mr. Hor
ner, "but Rice will get that land
slide and at least
oiu oi i ne possime eleven Hundred
votes that will be polled. There is
now a total registration of thirteen
hundred, but some of these will not
vote, of course.
"Carter will not get fifty votes
on the island, while Palmer Woods
will get a majority of what few
Democrats there are. They do not
know Woods over there, but they
do know McCaudless, and that is
why Woods is so strong."
Speaking of'his trip, Mr. Rice
says that he has campaigned over
Kauai six times now and has never
seen such meetings as were held to
hear him this time, fn some pre
cincts every voter turned out.
Mr. Rice is enthusiastic and con
fident of success, despite all the
claims advanced by the Kuhioites
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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
EXPLORE AT IIILO
The following wireless was sent
out from Hilo last Wednesday:
IIilo, August 12. Fierce flames
followed the explosion of 120
drums of gasoline from the Matson
steamer Enterprise wli ich had been
transferred to a scow in the Waia
kea river last night.
The flames shot to a height of
300 feet and the warehouse, wharf ,
the Knterprise and schooner were
in danger of the flames for a great
length of time.
Eventually the scow was lowed
to sea, only after the greatest brave,
ry had been shown in getting lines
on to the scow.
The total loss is estimated at
nnn cr.,,i;np 1 imiiM-,,
(tnc Volcano Stables.
that they will carry every Hawaii
COLOR LINE INEFFECTIVE
F. T. P Waterhouse is one of
those who believes that the color
line style of campaigning will have
no effect upon the Hawaiian voters
A studv of the returns of the
elections of 1910 and 1912 shows
thai the Hawaiian voter does not
draw the color line, he savs. "Look
at the vote James Bicknell polls ev
ery election also McClellan, Petrie
Cecil Brown and many others. It
also shows that the majority of
the Hawaiian vote was cast for Mc
Caudless in preference to Kuhio
Rice is gaining rapidly and
will win the Republican nomina
tion. He will carry at least four
of the six representative districts
Tl 1 1 t nrrrfsrifr I ......
iuni uui iui ill 1 1 us BiHTnn ianm
To The Board
The celebrated estray ordinance,
prepared by County Attorney Kaeo
and now being considered bv a
special committee of the Board of
Supervisors, is as follows:
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai do ordain as fol
"Public Grounds" shall be all
such grounds as are under the con
trol and the supervision of the
County of Kauai, either by pur
chase, gift or otherwise, for the
use and benefit of the public.
"Estrays" shall mean any horse,
mule, ass, hog, sheep, goat or cat
tle, found at large, and not upon I
the land of the owner, or one hav
ing the possession, control, o r
charge of such animal.
Section 1. No person, whether
as owner, or having in his posses
son, or under his control or charge
any cattle, horse, mule, ass, swine,
sheep or goat, shall allow such ani
mal to strav at large on the Belt
Road or Public Grounds of the
Couutv of Kauai.
Section 2. Any animal so found
at large on the Belt Road or Pub
ic Grounds, shall be taken up by
any person or persons as may be
authorized bv the Board of Super
visors to so take up such animal
and impound the same in the pound
or pounds now established by law.
and to be fed during the time of
impoundment, and be subject to
the pound fees of fifty cents per
Section 3. Any owner or person
having the possession, control or
charge of such animal or animals
so taken up or impounded shall
pay to such person or persons ns
may be authorized as aforesaid,
the sum of twenty-five cents per
head as expenses for taking up,
driving and impounding said ani
mal or animals together with all
pound fees as provided herein.
Section 4. Where any animal
or animals are so taken up, the
owner or one having the possession,
control or charge shall be notified
of such fact, if reasonably practi
cable, and of the amount of ex
penses incurred in taking up, driv
ing and impounding and proof of
his right to said nuiinal or animals,
and if he refuses, fails or neglects
to pay such expenses, pound fees
and proof within forty-eight hours
after notice, or in case the owner or
owners be unknown, then said ani
mal or animals shall be impounded
forthwith, and be sold at public
sale as hereinafter provided.
Section 5. The person or per
mits hereby authorized as afoie
lid shall make his or their ret inn
to the pound master, setting forth
the- number and kind of animals
aken up. the time when taken,
he owner of the animal if known.
the fact of giving the notice to the
owner, and that fo. ty eight hour
have elapsed since such notice wasj
given, and that the animal or ani
mals still remain in the pound un
claimed. Section 6. When such pou: d
mnst.s linll leii- rf.i t-...l ,,..1, i
turn as aforesaid, it shall be incnm
bent upon said pound master to j
advertise and sell said animal or j
animals impounded and unclaimed,
by posting three written or printed
notices in three public places in
his district, in the English 1 inguge.
giving a full
description of the j
same together with an announce-
meat of the time and place of said '
sale, which said sale shall take place i county realization,
three days after the day of posting ! Sections. The violation of or
said notices, for which notices he J failure on the part of the owner,
shall receive one dollar and fitly or one having the possession, con
cents to be charged pro rata ac-1 trol or charge of such animal to
cording t the number of r.nimals ' conform to anv provision of tnis
Sectio i 7. The proceeds of such
sale, or a receipt therefor, liven
by t'.ic owner or one having the
OF IEmIC1 1
(Continued from last issue.)
DRESDEN'S ART GALLERIES
The masterpieces or the old art
ists, many of the paintings 600 and Inttci held some wonderfully com
700 years old, looked as fresh as j I'lete stuffed animals),
though painted yesterday, while In the Royal Oocra House they
many of the modern paintings not were playing "The Girl of ti e
more than 30 years old had become Golden West", and we minvrd
so cracked that they were fast be
coming worthless. The old artists
seemed to have used better paints
nd to have taken greater pains
with their work.
BERLIN IN WINTER.
Berlin is in a latitude north of
that of Labrador; the winter days
were dark and dreary, and in Oct.
and November it rained daily for six
weeks, and although people living
in Hanalei would douhtleus have
thought it fine weather, it some
how sort of got on our nerves and
we longed for the sunshine of Ke-
Kana. iew ear s live was bright
and clear, with snow on the ground,
and the streets full of people and
the toy shops full of the most
wonderful toys, a n d hordes of
children wandering through them,
so entrnneecl that they hardly knew
what they wished most for presents.
OFF TO AUSTRIA.
If you s4ay more than three
mouths in a Prussian city, the tax
assessor gets after you; and so not
desiring to contribute to the up
keep of Germany, as well as Ha
waii and Uncle Sam, we milled out
on January 15, 1914, and went to
the old town of Vienna. We went
by the best night tr.in, but - never
again! Such a noise and rattle! It
was more uncomfortable than a trip
on the W. G. Hall; and we only
travelled by day all the rest of our
time in Europe.
CHILDREN COME IN HANDY.
To pas through the customs
(entering Austria) was the work of
a moment. "Anything dutiable'?
asked the man in brass bottons
"No, your honr", I reply; "only
a few childrens' clothing", and I
promptly call up my wife and two
children and maid; and he casts
on me a look of compassion and
passes me through the same story
at all the frontiers.
I recommend it to all who read
thess lines. If you
through Europe al!
wish to get
along the youngsters. It also helps!11"-' Great Napoleon was worthy of
in securing a coupe all to yourself. Jt,le pride of Austria. But the Stale
as Europeans seem to dread the funeral car was rather heavy and
presence of children when travel
ling. The only youngster we n.et
was in Norway, and he was the
son of a young Transvaal Uoei and i
he an I his wife, were off for a little j
trip like tnvself. i
Vienna was cold
the time and a little
e snow in me ;
air; yet we went to see the old j
"Stock in Eisen", Am Graben, I
the old Stephans kirche, lo niv
mind one of the fiue-t utiil lings in
possession, cmittol or charge of. THE GARDEN ISLAND
such estray or enravs. after paying ha$ received & ,
the pound fees, expenses of adver- ; 3
tisement and drivi.ig, shall be re vegetable and melon seeds
mitted by the pound master to the . from Washington fcr free
Treasurer of the Count v, to be held distribution to small farmers
as a special deposit subject to the!antl pardener nf
,,rilT ,.f llw ll,,:irl nf Sin rur viurirc I
In case the owner, or one haying
the possession, control or charge
of the estray shad substantiate his
claim thereto within one year, the
Board of Supervisors shall order
the said balance of proceeds to be
paid over to him. If such claim
be not substantiated the said Board
of Supervisors shall order the same i
to be transferred and
' ordinance shall be fined in the sum!
of dollars aiTTl costs; and in
default of payment of such fine or ,
costs he shall be imprisoned until
Kurope; and the museum (the na
tural history division of the
the music and felt at home with
the scenes; but I think that most
of the Austrian didn't quite be
lieve such things possible.
I took a street one late afternoon
and walked awav from the Grben
and it led me straight to Maximl
ian I'latz, and though I had not
been there for thirty years, I went
straight up to No. 9 and looked at
the house we had lived in theie.
It hadn't changed a minute!
We motored out to the Prater and
saw the beautiful, blue Danube:
J but large cakes of ice were floatine
in its swilt current and the only
blue thing we saw was our driver's
IMPRESSIONS OF VIENNA.
Vienna.is a jollv sort of a town
and full of most delightful cafes,
and after a morning sight-seeing it
was most refreshing to drop in and
have a cup of hot chocolate and
delicious cakes; and when you had
eaten all you could, the waiter
would ask "How many"? - and
when you told him he would make
out your bill. All over the cafe you
could hear people call out for a
cup of chocolate and 3, 4 or 5 kra-pen-the
name of their favorite jelly
cake - and as 2 or 3 made a square
meal and only cost a couple of pen
nits, it was not a very expensive
treat for your best girl.
For the price of a quarter, we
were allowed to enter the Royal
Stables and saw over a huudnd
beautiful hunters and the favorite
white horse of the Emperor, Franz
Joseph, which he rides pn all State
occasions ' I wonder if he is riding
him now al the head of his
They had a splendid collection
i of beautiful guns, gifts to the Em
peror from Potentates; also the
heads of woudeiful stags, the tro
phies of manv a Roval hunt. They
also had a collection of all the
Kranil stale carriages. The o::e
llllc Princess went out in to meet
uncomfortable ind I thought it was
probably fortunate that the person
using it was dead.
MUNICH, BE ICR AND PIC
TURES. Leaving Vienna by a n early
train, we had a pleasant rule
mrouun 1 rttty country and late in
the afternoon reached the old town
of Munich, famous for its beer and
(To be continued.)
These, seeds will be cheer
fully supplied to growers
who may call at this office.
- . -
Mr. and Mis. Booge, who have
been visiting the former's mother
and sister at the Fairview for sevir-
al weeks, departed Saturday after-
noon for Honolulu and tht ir lu.n
in California. While here Mr. and
trc (inn,,..,,,., 1-
........ uiei inuiiy ivauai people
and were entertained extensively.
Thev hope to pay another visit
to this island in a year or so.
such fine or csts shall have been
discharged according to law.
Section 9. This ordinance sh.dl
take effect at the expiration of
days from and after its publication.