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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 1914
UNIVERSAL LUNCH BOX
No mail in woman who cut lunrli
away from lionn'.iio child who
TviimiiiH at ri'IiimiI during the tmnn
lionr can lie without a Universal
hilH'h liox. It f vacuiiiu bottle
guarantees a steaming hot or icy
cold cup of tea, coH'ci' or milk.
Its food drawer with it ventilat
ing features assure, fresh wliole
soine food at all times. Positively
the most perfect hox known.
Price fL'.'-T) each
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Paper Bags, Twines,
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IX THE TERRITORY
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Transact a General Hanking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
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Intel est allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
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Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 per cent
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All business entrusted by
. customers on other islands
receives citreful and prompt
MAIL ORDERS PROMPTLY
PAPER CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Street!
CEO. G. GUILD, Vice Pre & Mgr
Wanted young girl to assist in
taking care of young child in
Honolulu. Address stating, age,
experience, references, salary re
quired and nationality. D, P. O.
Box 561 Honolulu.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
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Agents for the
and dealers in Ollice Stationery
ami Filing Systems.
Carry a complete stock of the
Cilolie-Wernicke Filing Cahincts
All repairs on typewriters guaran
The Public Utilities Commission
has forwarded the following state
ment of its duties to Governor
Those corporations over which
the commission has full power, as
provided by the Public Utilities
Act. Act 89, S. L. 1913: Waiahi
Electric Company, Ltd., Hawaii
Telephone Company, Kohala Tele
phone Company, Kauai Telepho
nic Companv, Maui Telephone
Company, Mutual Telephone Com
pany, Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Company, Kauai Railway
Company and Hawaii Railroad
Those over which the commis
sion has the right of investigation,
recommendation and publicity,
pending passage of Act 135, S. L.
1913, by Congress: Honolulu Gas
Company, Island Electric Compa
ny, Ililo Electric Company, Ha
waiian Electric Company and the
Honolulu Rapid Transit and Land
Thoseover which the commission
has the right of investigation, re
commendation and publicity: Hilo
Railway Company, Oahu Railway
and Land Company, Kahului Rail
road Company a n d the Koolau
Regarding the Matson Naviga
tion Company, the commission on
ly has jurisdiction over the passen
ger traffic of that corporation be
tween Hawaiian Islands ports.
The First Primary vsr?
JKL . MORGAN
Stocks, Bonds, '
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
Great Show Coming!
Exponent of Indian Black Art, presenting
the most weird and unique performance
of the present century.
THE GREATEST OF LIVING
man whose show baffles
BABY ALMA, The pheno
menal child performer, in a
repertoire of latest Ameri
Come and see for yourselves.
Four reels of fine pictures and four complete acts,
playing one or two nights at each place, with
complete changes of programs.
Entertainments under direction of Eddie Fernandez.
Makaweli Hall Tuesday evening, September 22.
Lihue Hall Friday and Saturday, September 25 and
General admission, 35 cents. Reserved Seats, 50
cents. All children, 15 cents.
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Hawaii's first pritnarv election
has conie ami gone. It was m
strenuous that the community has
nut yet recovered its breath long
enough to think how it likes it.
The chief result of the primary
is that I. K. Kalauinnaole is tin
Republican nominee for Delegate
to Congress, and Lincoln McCand
less is the Democratic nominee tor
the same position George R. Car
ter made a clean campaign for the
Progressives, but Hawaii is still
interested in more material things
than arntageddou and the higher
politics. The Progressive represen
tative at least has the satisfaction
of knowing, however, that he
brought a breath of fresh air into
As between Kuhio and McCand-
less. there can be no choice on the
part of those having material inte
rests in Hawaii.
Whether we like the sugar plan
ters individually or collectively, or
whether we do not, the people of
Hawaii cannot ignore the fact that
sugar is the lite ot tins territory
and ninety tier cent of its inhabitants.
Kuhio has not done much to
help protect our leadirg industry
in the past, and there is no special
reason to expect that there will
be much change in this respect in
the future; but at least he is run
ning en a platform of piotection to
sugar, and ins political associates
will be those who are protection
ists, and who will be jdisposed to
give Hawaii a square deal, some
thing that she has not thus far re
ceived at the hands of the present
On the other hand. Mr. McCand-
less is running on a free trade plat
form, and has not even had the
grace to say mat lie wouiu per
sonally try and do what he could
to relieve Hawaii from the full
force of the blow which the entire
loss ot the tariff on sugar will in
flict on the whole of the people of
The Advertiser does not regret
its course during the primary cam
paign. Tt has clearly and without
personalities presented arguments
whv it believeu Mr. Charles Rice
would have filled the office of dele
gate better than the present incum
bent; and the arguments and state
ments presented are as true today
as the dav they were made, and
they were then as true as gospel,
but this is a world of actualities,
and with the limitation of choice
for Delegate to Kuhio and Mo
Candless, The Advertiser is of the
opinion that the interests of Hawaii
will be best served by the election
of the former.
P. C. Advertiser.
San Carlos Details
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A late picture of Thomas A. Edison, the electric wizard, whose
inventions are playing an important part in the great European war.
-Mr. Edison, quite an old man, is still active and is constantly engaged
in the development of the branch ot science for which he has done so
European Military Teims
In the dispatches are iu:ed m; nv military terms rather confusing to
the civilian reader who is not up in military terminology, and which in
the various armies has differing meanings. Here is an explanatory and
helpful tabulation for reference:
Army corps Its staff, two infantry divisions, two regiments of
field artillery, three squadrous of cavalry, a company of pioneers, a
brigade train, field bakeries, telegraph troops, field hospital, etc., one
or two batteries of heavy field howitzers or mortars our a machine gun
group. Total, 40.000 men.
Infantry division Two brigades. Total. 12,000 men.
Brigade Two regiments. Total, 6000 men.
Regiment Three battalions of four crr.ipc.uies each. Total, 3000
Battalion Four companies of 250 men each. Total, ,1000 men.
Regiment of field artillery Nine batteries of field guns, howitzers,
pieces, and three of field batterv, six guns.
Brigade of cavalry Two and occasionally three regiments. Total,
1600 to 2400 men.
Regiment of cavalry Four squadrons of 200 men each. Total,
Armv corps Two infantry divisions, one brigade of cavalry, one
brigade of horse and foot artillery, one engineers battalion, one squad
ron of train force. Total. 40,000 men.
Infantry division Two brigades of infantry, one squadron of
cavalry, 12 batteries. Total, 12,000 men and 48 guns.
Brigade Two regiments ot three battalions each. Total. 6000
Battalion Four companies of 250 men each. Total, 1000 men.
Cavalry division Two and sometime three brigades; 3200 to 4800
Brigade of cavalry Two regiments of eight squadons, with two
batteries of artillery
Regiment of cavalry Four squadons; 800 men.
Squadon of cavah v Two hundred men.
Battery of artillery Six guns.
Brigade of infantry Four battalions and administrative and
medical units. Total, 4000 men.
Cavalrv brigade -Two regiments of four squadrons each. Total,
Brigads of artillen Three batteries, 18 guns; heavy artillery, 12
guns, field howitzers; two baUei ies; hurse artillery . two batteries,
Batterv Six guns.
Division Fifty-four field guns, 12 howitzers and four heavy field
guns; 15,000 combatants.
Battali n of infantry---Eight hundred men.
Squadon of cavalry One hundred and twenty-five men.
Battery of artillery Eight guns.
According tc recent consular
advices from Manila the report of
the San Carlos Milling Co. shows
that the company's plant obtained
during the year just closed 8000
tons of sugar from approximately
5000 acres. The land is owned by
nine planters, seven o i wiinm
entered into contract with the
company in advance to mill their
cane, the two other planters com
ing in later in the year. This mill
was built between July and Decem
ber, 1913. It covers twenty acres,
with the homes of the employes
grouped about it. The supervisors
are one Amei iean, one Japmese,
and two Filipinos. The total force
consists of fifteen Americans, 2u0
Filipinos and seven Japanese.
This is the plantation in which
considerable Kauai money is in
Saved By Four Men
The Best Motor Oil the
Standard Oil Company
The Standard Oil for Motor Cars
Dealers everywhere. Ask our
nearest agency about delivery
Standard Oil Company
London, Sept., 1 A despatch i
to the lCxpress from The Hague,
says the four richest men in Bcl-j
giuni have guaranteed the payment
to Germany of the war tax which;
the Germans levied against Brus I
sels. The four men are Ernest mine owner, and Baron Einpain, "Brussels
Solvay, "Alakali King." Baron railway magnate.
Larbert. Belgian representative of ! "Had not this guarantee been i guns were mounted in front of the
. the Rothschilds; Raoul Warocque, I giveu," savs the correspondent, ' place ready for bombardment."
would probably have
I been treated as Louvain was. Big