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THE GAROUlf ISLAND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 29, 1914
OFFICIAL LIS1 OF
EN61AND AND THE TURKEY'S ACTION
MfiT iitirnimni it
' "m; full.iwiiiK is the complete
! . .f t.:.n lie; s as now lined up for
,-. mi llK' Kauai schools, to
: -! 1 1 1 the number ot pupils
i : t ;..v. m'.h '1 :
' 1 i -4 J i.upi'.s.
i .' . !.. t ie
: . S. A. CilTc
... . -. M. t.i Kcidell
- i;!oi cnee Doverill
; .' ...i 1''' pupils.
: ' I . -,-vi lii lit- Chamberlain
; , -, , . .'.! :. M. Huddy
." M.trv Yanagihara
!: ..'. Aka:ia
; . ' ! pup;!-.
. .'. Cm ting
: '," pupil-.
; : -. i'.l.,uclie Baldwin
i - ' lay S. 1 1 i 11 house
.""1 not tarU'l yd.
' !'!:ia 11. Tracy.
v . : ;! ( . Small
. 1 llcruicc Hundley
'!:-, Elizabeth English
'.' - ( 'ruWe M tiller
! Margaret Dui:n
lb 1m i.uc
, Mi. . .Mice Rodrigues
M: v. Louisa 1'. Sheldon
'i:-- 1 blin Cwlburn
M M oil io Cuininings
. i .Milla Dunn
. Mis- Yin Tmu Kau
M i-s Shoo Tsui Kau
M i.--. M u ic Pay ue
.' .n.;i. J-'.s pupils,
'i. !'. lb Bridgcwater
Mi.-. I.. S. Mcsick
i M,'.-s Carrie F. Bettencourt
M iss I ora Pciler
M i-s 1 Iauuah .1 acobsen
:. ;;; pupils.
. M:-s C. A. Mumford
M - Alice Ai
- M;-- Ann I'.. Starkweather
M i-- Lottie- Jordon
- V Hannah Sheldon
Mi-- D.u-v Sheldon
, vi. K. M. Burke
Mi-. iK-nrietta Wedenievu
..I:- Maria Ellis
M- Dora I., ('.rote
' :-- II. Amelia ('.rote
p . s l.'iui-c Dav
. 7.s pupil-.
K . I.. Johnston
. !.. ioim-toii
. - 'M:ih Y. Wilson
. i.'i. ii Kalawe
i !''.'. n Schiimnclfennig
. . Henry Bl.ike
'i i .isll'lll.l
. M::::im- Aka
; , A. Milhr
' ' - W'iiMon
i ' .ell IP e. Pit
- M o :.pet McCi inout
-l . i 'M ude Maefie
- I ; l:a lMir-e-y
' - -v S. Honan
: 1 - "i pupils.
i CI'. Murni'
kipii K. I.. Ing
M - b.i M. Has'.ie
.' - M ie II. Anderson
M - M.p ion H.i-tie
Mi - ( '.: ... e I.. Ing
' : . D. l. ii,i-
1 1 1 p e m . t- Johnson
' - ' .met 1 Ia.lie
. ' ' pupils.
- IMP. !.. I.ee
.-- M.p v IP y ant
I. tla 1 I' ulnett
- 1 ll. "r l'.u'.Kett
C. I.. Hodue
, ;m , , u,:;-.
. . .'. Hi own
I I . c. r.iown
' ; - - I i I. ii . Cninuiings
i .p. v YY; inht
- s. . ., p.. Kstaves
". l i'rlr.P'ia Meneler
On O'-lobcr A the Kauai Tele
phonic Company will change the
lines of the Lihue district from the
old svstcin to the metallic services.
The recent donstrnction and
change of sw itchboard will make
it necessary to change a great many
telephone numbers. The tempora
ry, new directory, now being is
sued, will go into effect on the
morning of October 5.
Remember that. And on and af-
trr October 5 make calls according
to the new list.
The company urges subscribers
wishing to rectify errors, or make
changes in names or residence to
communicate with the secretary or
the president at once.
Alter October S users of the tele
phone are requested to give Cen
tral the numbers when calling, and
not the names of individual, stores,
etc., as it will take Central some
time to become familiar with the
new numbers for different 'phones
Hc-ieafter, therefore, calls given by
name will not be connected, for
the reason that Central will be un
able to look up numbers in the
directory and give prompt service
to the other calls at the same time
Following arc the general call
ing rules to be observed:
1. -Before making a call, take
down the receiver and see if the
line is in use; if in use hang up
the receiver at once, and wait for
Conversations limited to five
3 To call Central, ring one
short bell DO NOT WAIT FOR
Cl'.XTRAI, TO ANSWER YOU
BACK OX Till-: BULL, place
the receiver firmly to the ear, when
Centra! will ask "NUMBER
PLEASE' ; give the number you
wish for first and vour number
4 -When you have finished your
conversation, hang up the rectiv
er and ring one short bell.
5 When vour call is rung, al-
ways answer with one short bell
6 Never ring one bell after you
l are connecttd with a number, un-
I less you are through with the line;
i please remember it i s Central's
signal to disconnect.
7 In talking to the transmitter
stand facing it with the mouth not
more than one inch from the open
s- NON - SUBSCRIBERS ARE
POSITIVELY NOT ALLOWED
T ) USE ANY BUT PUBLIC PAY
STATION TELEPHONE. Subs
cribers and others are positively
foi bidden to tamper in any way
with the Company's instruments
or lines in connection therewith
') Report all trouble on your
line or instrument to No. 428L.
In We cannot too earnestly im
press upon our subscribers the im
portance oi cooperation with us for
a tie: feel telephone system.
j Advices received by C
! P. Morse, general agent for the
.Vpeiiean Hawaiian Steamship
! Company at Honolulu, stated that
the Puget .Sound service of the line
would be resumed with the de
part nre of the steamer Virginian
from Seattle, October 2, for Hono
lulu. The vessel is bringing a
.large quantity of feed stuffs and
flour. She is due to arrive on
October 11 and will be loaded with
sugar and canned pineapples for
New York via the Panama Canal.
') Miss Camellia J. Johnson
in Miss Meta Mengkr
Kckaha, Ipp pupils.
1 Miv, I), Whittington
2 Mis Mattie Jordan
3 Mis-. Mary Ah Ping
4 Mis- Helen von Amswaldt
s Mri. K. A. von Aniswalctt
Mana, .io pupiN.
1 Mrs. S. 1). Heapv
Niihau. 43 pupils.
1 Edward Kahaie
According to Willttt vS: Orav.
the American authorities, sugar
prices were boosted by lvngland,
that country not onlv bidding for
spot suears at advanced sugars but
being in the niaikct for the next
crop of Cubas and crops ot other
war-free count' ies. The last report
of Willttt Gray says, on this
Great Britain acts, in its sugar
supply accumulations, as if the
war will last into next summer at
least. Silo lias already secured an
oversuppiy tor the remainder of
this year and is busy now in buy
ing from the next Cuba crop, hav
ing already secured 250,000 tons
of the early deliveries of January
to March, paving for the same
3.80c to 4 00c f . o b. and still bid
ding 4,00e t, o. b. in instan.es for
the entire production of some es
From the latest and most relia
ble figures available we estimate
that Great Britain h a s secured
since August 1st, inclusive of
stocks from the United States,
Cuba, J a v a, Mauritius, 1) e-
marara, British West Indies and
els-where (not including new crop
Cubas), a total of 680,000 tons
raws, semi-refined and refined.
The present refining capacity of
Great Britain is 80,000 tons per
month and will need to be increas
ed even if raw sugar goes into con
sumption to a considerable extent.
Placing the requirements for
consumption of all sugar for six
months, from August 1st, at 125,
000 tons per month say 750,000
tons for six months supplies and
demands are about equal for six
months, but Great Britain is evi
dently intent on looking further
ahead in case the war continues,
and hence the interest shown al
ready in securing a considerable
amount of sugar from the next
The consumption of the United
Kingdom is largely increased or
diminished by the range of current
prices. For instance, the consump
tion of Great Britain for the six
months, August to January inclu
sive, 1912-1913, was 761,797 tons
under high prices; while for the
same six months ot 1913-14 the
consumption rose to 934.148 tons
under approximately l! ? per lb.
lower price than in 1912. The
present six months consumption
under high prices should compare
more nearly with that of 1912-13
The British Government Regu
lation of prices has not been receiv
ed with much favor by the British
merchants, as prices arc made to
fluctuate too frequently. On the
7th of August the retail price lim
it was 4! 2d- (9c per lb J for Gran
ulated and 5d. (10c) for Lump:
August 11th, 34d. (7.50c) and
4'4d. (8.50c); Aug. 12, 4'd. (9c)
and 5d. (10c); Aug. 13 to 21, 3?4
d. (7.50) and 4!4d. (8.50c).
Wholesale limits have been reduced
from 36s. Od. (7.84c) to 26s. Od.
September 2nd (5.67c per lb.)
Kealia Realized Big
Kealia Colonel Spalding'sJ
plantation netted well on recent
sugar shipments. Only one lot got
into the market at 6.02, but sever
al shipments came in tor high
figures, bringing the average for
the year up to quite a nice dot.
Kealia has something like 500 tons
to be bhipped.
Hon. J. H. Coney is going into
peanuts on quite a large scale this
season, having realized satisfacto
rily on his last crop. He is plant
ing both the American and Jap
anese varieties. The report that
Mr. Coney has succeeded, by a
process of grafting, in producing
onion:; with a peanut flavor, how
ever, is officially denied.
Washington Turkey's closing,
of the Straits ot- Dardanelles to the
United Sl.il.s warship Noitli Cavo-:
Una, which is taking gold for tlu
relief of tourists now in Europe,
is regarded p. administration cir
cles as a i';;endlv action. Then,
has been some comment to the
contrary but the stale department
is satisfied that Turkey's note to
this government explaining that
the Straits had been mined and
that it would be unwise for a ves
sel wit ii as great a draft as the
North Carolina to enter them, is
made in the best of faith.
The admi ni.-tn'tion believes that
this attitude is further emphasized
by the frank statement of the Tur
kish j.overiunent that in a.li'.ition
to the hazard of the sailing of the
straits by afriviiiilv nation's ves
sels, the question of precedent is
Turkey's implied contention that
to admit the North Carolina at
this time might later embarrass
the Porte when other warships
sought admission is not without
its weight with the state depart
ment. In any event no unfriendliness
has been caused in official circles,
and the Turkish grand vizier's
proposal that the naval yacht Scor
pion be used to convey the gold
consigned to Americans in Turkey
through the straits, has been in
Passengers In And Out
The following passengers arriv
ed on the Kinan last Wednesday
L. Desha, Mrs. L. Desha, Mrs,
F. A. Lyman. W. D. McBryde,
Mrs. L. L. Sexton, and maid, W.
II. Rice, Jr., A. Naopala, P. S.
Tai, Miss Lee, Master Lee, Miss
Lee, C. K, Bashaw, Mrs. Bashaw,
II. A. Reichelt, Mrs. Mitsui, I.
Mitsui, Geo. Gay. E. S. Smith,
M. A. Nicolls.P. A. Gorman, Mrs
F. Eggerking, Mr, and Mrs. Fid-
des, Mrs. J. II. Coney. Miss K
Coney, Miss C. Coney, Mrs. Co
ney's maid, Mrs. Julia Aki, F. V.
Ho, and 40 deck.
The following arrived from Ho
nolulu by the W. G. Hall Friday
Mrs C. D. Gray, Mrs. J. K.
Cockett, W. N. Stewart, Mrs. W.
N Stewait. F. Crawford, C. C.
James, J. A. R. Vierra, David
Haughs, H e e Fat, O. Thiess,
Frank Rodrick, Mrs. L. Rodrick,
Lieut. W. C. Rose, and 18 deck.
The following departed by the
W. G. Hall last Tuesday after
noon for Honolulu:
Miss II . Pritchard, 11. Pritchard,
Miss Stronach, D. B. Murdoch,
M. Mikaele, F. Crawford, Miss
Leave your thirst at the Marble
Fountain. "The parting will bc-sv.-eet".
REGATTA DAY RACES
Following were the results of the
races at Honolulu on Regatta Day:
Senior Six-oared Baige Race
Won by Heab.nis. Time 14:08 1-5.
Twtlve-oared Naval ('utter
Race Won by the Navajo. Time
Freshman Six-oared Barge Race
Won by Healanis. Time 11:42.
Four-oared .Steamer Boat Race
Won by Stevedores No 1. Tims
Junior Six-oared Barge Race
Won bv Healanis. Time 11:55.
Senior Pair-oared Race Won by
Healanis. lime 1:30 1-5.
Sailing Canoe Race Won bv
Kiokalani. Time 21:30.
Men's Four-paddle Canoe Race
Won by Hailiinanu. No time '
Women's Four-paddle Canoe
Race Called off.
Junior Pair-oared Race Won
! bv Myrtles. Time 1:30 4-5.
Special Six-oared Barge Race
by the Federals. Time 4:52. i
The Mifest flower or vegetable seeds to use
in yoi r garden arc
Luther Burbank's Seeds
Up until very lately it
has been impossibie to
secure Burbank Tested
Seeds the seeds that
succeed when atl others
fail but now a complete
line of them is kept in
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
177 King Street Honolulu.
There is a special assortment of 12 packages of seeds
both flower and vegetable that sells for only $1.00.
TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., L
74 QUEEN ST.. HONOLULU
DON'T HURT VOUR EVES OR VOUR GOOD HEALTH
BY POOR LIGHTING.
DON'T LOSE SALES IN VOUR STORE BY REASON OF
USK (iOOl i-'IXTURKS IX TIIK LKiHTIXli OK Yol'K PLACE.
Let us solve your lighting problem for you.
arrivals nerves us to new efforts. Hereafter, as hereto
fore, our aim will be to supply and satisfy every want
of the million and millionaire.
We will shortly move into our new quarters on Hotel
St. in the meantime your orders will get our usual
careful attention and be charged at the prevailing
clearance sale prices.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
J. I. Silva, Prop.
ONE of the LEADING HOUSES for al! kinds of DRY
GOODS. BOOTS & SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHINGS
CIGARS & TOBACCOS and NOTIONS of every description!
FOR WINE, BEER and OTHER LIQUORS, Ring Up 73 W
Main Office, Eleele, Kauai. Tel. 7 1 W.
We meet the season half way.
The multitude of big and little cases
piling in upon us proclaims in unmis
takable fashion that we are ready for
bus-'ness if business is ready for us
The ovation received by our recent