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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, August 18, 1914, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND; TUESDAY, AUGUST 18, 1914
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
ty. The "Purola" Brand of Household
Remedies and Toilet specialties, which we
have jus! 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.
You must know that
"In 'UNION' there is Strength"
It you are a fuel user you're sure
there is more strength and less
waste during combustion than
other brands can claim.
SPECIFY "UNION" FUEL OILS
WHEN YOU CALL AT YOUR DEALER'S
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
It's a good time to buy
Four -fifty to Six-fifty
Manufacturer's Shoe Store
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buvs and yells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant" Sts. ... Honolulu
THE MAIN ISSUE
Under the above heading the
Maui News has the following com
ments: There is one real danger that
Matii republicans have to guard
against. That danger is tl e losing
sight of the real issues of the com
ing campaign. Thus far there has
been perfect harmony in the ranks,
because every republican could
gladly subscribe to the principles
for which the party in Hawaii has
Now there are signs that some
of them arc losing sight of the end
to be attained. Some are allowing
selfish motives to interfere with
their best lovalty to party and good
government. Because certain per
sons are alleged to have done this
or that, other pet sons are urging
This will not do. It is not pa
triotic. It is not the proper spirit.
If you do not like the wav things
are handled, say so, and work for
vhat vou believe is right. But in
the name of harmony do not be
misled by arguments that might
weaken the party's strength.
The enemies of republicanism are
but too anxious to foster a weak
ness that may profit them later. A
democratic county committee meet
ing was held this week. The re
port has now gone out that the
Maui democrats will have but two
men in the field, and will throw
the balance of their strength to re
publican candidates. And the re
publican candidates they propose
to support, are the candidates who
think they have a grievance, and
to get themselves elected, would
lend themselves' to the enemy to
the defeat of their own party. Also
these democratic schemers plan to
support Kuhio in the primaries,
not for the purpose of helping him,
but because the word has gone out
that Rice is more than likely to be
elected in the primary. Bv helping
split the Republican strength, they
insure McCandless, their real can
didate, a chance in the finals.
A similar sheme is also being
worked by the Progressives, and
for like reason. Maui voteis are
being urged by the Carter hench
men to vote for everybody except
Rice for delegate in the orimaries.
A united Republican front is the
greatest fear of both McCandless
and Carter. Their only chance is
in a split in the republican ranks
that may give them a show. But
they will never get this chance if
every republican voter will consid
er only the big things, the things
that really count in the campaign.
They are two
First: To send a man to Wash
ington as a delegate who will stav
on the job and get things done.
That man is Rice. It is not Kuhio
for he has had ten years in which
to prove himself, and he has not
made good. He has discredited
the Hawaiian people in Washing
ton. Second: To support for the leg
gislature, only republican candi
dates who are big enough to not to
try to "throw down" their own
partv because they may think some
one has not treated them right
The candidate who will openly or
secretly ally himself with the cne
my for the sake of getting the noni'
ination at the expense of his par
ty, is certainly not the man to be
trusted to help frame the laws of
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H iIiitI I.. Dcirilcii, Premier of Canada.
TUNNEL A! QAHU
There being a number of stock
holders of Oahu Sugar Company
on Kauai, the following concern
ing the big new tunnel being put
through there, which was recently
given out at Honolulu, should be
The July excavations in the main
tunnel of the Waiahole Water Com
pany through the Koolau range
totaled 626 feet. J. F. C. Hagens
stated yesterday that 8290 feet of
the main tunnel i s braclicnliv
nished, with only 6153 feet still
to be done. He s.iid that the en
gineers believe that they may be
gin to strike water when the south
tunnel is in another half mile or
Preparations are now being made
to take care of the watet when they
find it. There may be new irriga
tion supplies available for the use
of Oahu plantations by December
or January. The new ditches will
be ready long before the main tun
nel cuts through the range.
At the end of luly Hawaiian Su
gar (Makaweli) paid dividends
Mrs. A. H. Rice is on a visit toj Jamie Wilder, the Boy Scout en
he W. H. Rices. ' thusiast, is a visitor on Kauai.
Mrs. W. L. Bowers, of Honolu
lu, will be remembered as Miss
Lovell, of Kauai and the Kameha
meha School tor Girls, is visiting
l!F I II
Meals on Time
A coo J oil stove rivs full Iim
as soon as it's liuhted. Tl
for the fire to catch
Meals can be started Litor ami aiWl l...c... .
on time. That means li-ss w,ilr :..
- UIKI lllIIU IH
OIL COOK STOVE.
burns kerosene, the clean, cheap fuel and ;Vrs an in
tense heat that can be reflated just a3 you want it It
uuc an eons oi cooKing aiul Jiakin just as well as a
wuuu or coat siove ana williout lainlin the food.
Don t cook m a hot kitchen this summer. Don't lur
t 1 i i i O
coai ana wooa ana aslies. Get a New iYrf.dion.
It saves all this trouble and it's economical, too.
ask your dealer lor the JNcw rerfection.
Standard Oil Company
Bonus For Laborers
One of the first benefits to be
derived from the increase in sugar
prices will accrue to the plantation
laborers. By an agreement between
the laborers and the planters a
sliding scale of salaries is arranged
by which the laborers will receive
a bonus in wages ci: all sugar
marketed in excess of the price of
$70 a ton Inasmuch as the prices
pre now in excess of those figures
the laborers will all profit as well
as I lie planters.
Prof. Brodie Returns
H. U. Brodie returned to his
home in Hanapepe last Friday
morning, after spending several
weeks in Honolulu. While in the
city he otliciated as one of the in
sliuctorsof the summer school, and
before he left the city they were all
calling hint "Prof. Brodie "
Superintendent Kinnev has stat
ed that ground on lot 88 has been
secured for the purposes r,f the
proposed n e w scho'i up there.
From all accoiirts there is p. mis
understanding aSoia this, however,
as it is claimed tl'i t man r.amod
Philip Comrades had r.in.a.!y file.l
on this lot and made paymotus on
it to Honolulu.
Olson Talks At Kapa
Clarence II. Olson, ofth; law
firm of Holmes, Stanley & Olson,
Honolulu, who came up on the W.
G, Hall Friday morning, addressed
the voters of the Kat'aa Kcalia
neighborhood Friday cvtnii'g on
the subject of Republican polities
in general and the eandidacv of
Senator Rice- fur Conoress in par
ticular. He was listened to most
earnestly and made nu excellent im
pression upon his hearers.
0P7Ttirtlt4 by tlx Hw Tor Brmlng Tlcicrra
(Mw Xrk Ilarald Oompant. All rhtLlm rtmei vel.
THAT'S THAT DIG FAT MAN
x n DOWNSTAIRS SNORING!
hhx I HE THINKS NOBODY ELSE
- f NT L,VES IN THE HOUSE
T .'iF CO'ORS E . THAT
I 8l.e ACHED BLONDE y.., I i vi
-.IAIRS. HAD rti 'rN
THEY'VE ALL QUIT
'SNORING. I CAM SLEEP-
MOW. THANK GOODNESS.
No One On Kauai?
A nephew of Rev. Stephen L.
Desha has arrived here to take the
position o f special clerk to the
cauntv clerk on registration and
tabulitnn of voters, he having
been sent for by County Clerk J.
NOW SOMEBODY It
DO THE bAMh IHINti!
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