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THK GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. OCTOHKR 6 1914,
Has added a new six-seater
Studcbakcr to li i s garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
drivers, comfortable cars, and
always ready to start.
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
OF LOVE AND MARRIAGE
BY BARBARA BOYD
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lmirrc, Kai-ai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hour Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
J2.500 in any one account.
Sai;k Dkposit BpXKS for
Rent $2 and S3 a Year
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
WiLLETT 8 GRA
OH Wm MARKET
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The Old and the New
"Don't von think that Mrs. Lincoln - and I don't
infill just the individual Mrs. Lincoln, but Mrs. Lin
coln as the wife of Abraham Lincoln filled a useful
niche in lift and pel formed a necessary work?" inquir
ed the Bachelor.'
"I don't know verv much about I'hc l,dv." re
joined the Bachelor Gill warily, knowing the Bache
lor's socratio methods of reasoning. "I am not biograph
ically inclined, you know. But I haven't any doubt
. , . i. i-a c 1 . . l ei
)Ut liel" lire as sue men 11 was one 01 vauie 10 me wouo.
'And don't you think thai the mother of Abraham Lincoln that
is the one who brought him up also did a good service for mankind?"
pursued the Bachelor.
The mother ot Lincoln must have I ec u a dear, warmly re.-pond-d
the Bachelor Girl. "And it must have been a joy to bung up a boy
'Well then," gleefully concluded the Bachelor, 'don't vou think
that wives and moihers are an important part ot the community, and
that their Services are just as neeessarv lo me social order, and pisi as
inportant, as those of women who develop their own individuality and
ai sue the free tinhaini eicd life, as is so much harped on todav?"
"Of course, 1 do," replied the Bachelor Girl, her eves with am-
iZcincnt. halcvcr made you think I didn t.'
But you are alwavs saying that women who are shut in the
, . . , i r r . i . i r . . . . .
Home, and wno live ine narrow nie hi me nousewiie, are nor jusi to
themselves or the community, and that thev can do more good for so
ciety and themselves, by being in touch with the worid, and the life
of the times, and in step with the progress, and so on."
"'But you confuse the points at issue," said the Bachelor Girl,
unestly. "I do think that woman has her share to do hi making a
home. I believe firmly in the home. And you can t have a home with
out a woman. But 'the world do move', and so our concept of the home
and of woman's place in it must move also. The trouble is that most
men still look on the home and woman's place in it, with the eyes and
beliefs of a bundled years ago. Woman has progressed, and these old
notions do not appeal to her. Consequently. ou have the picture of a
man trying to invite the modern woman into the Jioine and it-, tradi
tions of a past century. And the woman balks. Mrs. Lincoln, mother,
and wife, filled the positions of their times beautifully. They lived
to the standards of their day. Few women probably ever lived life
more fullv and nobly than did Lincoln's mother. But would you have
the women of todav. in order to do their duty as wife and mother, live
i'. lwtr cabins and cook over a camp fire, practically, and so on? X
bit of it. The women of today want to live their lives on a level with
life as it has developed todav. And a monotonous treadmill of cookinc
and washing dishes and asking hubbv for money is no part ot it. A
man doesn't neglect his duties as husband and father because he lives
the life demanded of a man by the civilization of today. And when a
woman can, as wife and mother, live as freely and individually the
life of the times as does a man, and when home life is so adapted to
modern demands that she can, vou will see her just as joyfully walk
ing to the altar as she ever did. She is onlv holding back now because
man. in Ins notions ot what the duties ot wnenood and motherhood
and the care of a home are, is still hoiding to the standards of the last
The Bachelor Girl was quite breathless. The Bachelor moodily
toyed with a paper knife and said nothing. Whereat, seeing his gloomy
countenance, the Bachelor Girl began to get busy with her chafing
Following is an interesting ex
tract from Willclt cc Gray's latest
letkr on the sugar outlook:
Raws.-- The buying; of raw su
gar dill ing the week has been im
usua'dv small, and thi-; for the
iiinst part has been for the espocial
purpose of covering rcfincis' salts
of refined for export to Kurope.
Th" demands of the domestic buy
ers of refined have been exceed
ingly small, t h c country being;
abundantly supplied up to tm: coin
ing of the domestic beet crop., on
It is worthy of note here how
satisfactory this condition of con
sumers is now compared vitli wlint
t'p-to-dalc Livery, Dray ing and Boarding Stable aid Uto
9 BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
I Leaving L'V.n- evuy Monday, Wednesday nml Friday. v.
? I. -riving Kekidia every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
k ARRIVING AT Tlililk DKn'TI N'AT K N IN TURKIC HOURS
- W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
J J Jl
DICK OLIVER, Manager
We carry a M the best grades
of paper, stationery, and of
We will give vour mail or
der the same care and prompt
attention that you would re
ceive in person.
Drop us a line.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Bldg. Honolulu
Electing Kuhio Again
The primary results were so de
cisive that Kuhio's return to Wash
ington w i t h increased prestige,
seems almost certain. lie should j
go with the backing of those, with
in his own party, who opposed
him. The first to congratulate him
on victory and to promise support
was his opponent , Senator Rice.
That is party politics. That shows
a good loser and a loyal politician.
There has been much to criti
cize in Kuhio's course during the
past two years, the principal!
ground of criticism being his stay
ing away from Washington dur
ing a verv important session of
Congress. But there is also a great !
deal to criticize in the actions of
some o t his leading opponents, j
Thev do not seem to have woikcd !
with him enough. There is no room
for d r.'.b'.ing that President Wilson
r,i lit,.! the independent lobby,
and wouldn't have anvthin r to do
With it, but was willing to see Un
delegate. That is s it must :d ays
be under the American system.
Passengers In And Out
it inidil have been under a differ
ent policy pursued by n fillers
cikiv.Hv. The I'uited States lias
been abundantly supplied with re
fined sugar,- and there is still a
stock ot raws in ports and ware
houses of 318,128 tons. The stocks.
is given by us from wuk to week,
do not include any sugar ail eat
and not actually arrived in pel,
but only hiich as is available for
All this stock and :vil other that
has been available sinue August
first could readily have been m1u
Ui tile British go eminent at very
full piiees, either as raw or refined,
for during most of the time since
that date the buying orders farcx
ceided these available s'ocks. Had
importers and refiners generally
acceded to this demand, instead of j
adopting ine policy ot keeping
their available supplies for the
domestic demand, our eousunu rs
would have been without refined
sugar ard our refiners witla ut raws
and ti e immense rise in prices, so
confid.rr.llv predicted b y many,
would now be in fnd pi ogress.
All'.' !: itish refiners buv and sell
raw sugar as well as refined ard
act at times in the capacity of mer
As it is. Great Britain, cut ol!
from buying here, : ought other
markets ami has secured, enough
sugar elsewhere lo meet its warUs
for a long time to come, as to raw
sugars, exeep; for inin:ed: it v.se,
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. b a. mariner is JuiJeJ .y a Star,
t . so is a ;mart dresser guiJcJ hy a
$1.50, $2, $2.S0 and up
Silva' s Toggery, Honolulu
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
lluNol.I I.P, T. II.
Agents tor tin-
inul dfiiler- in Oil'hv Sialimu'iy
11 1 1 I I'ilill' Sj -li'lMS.
Carry ;i e. .1 n j il. -t- Murk of iIih
( ilntM--'rriiirki- Piling Caliini'ts
fUhl P.. i. .I.r.l-r-.
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All r.-i;iir nil I j n-u lili-r- Kii:ir;ui-
There i n a certain e! unii diness
anion;; lnciuhel i of e'o'i. K . a
dipo.i t;on lo iiid ! . i ,;i 1 1 1 ' i ' her
and coi'.MiU one another, and any
one trying to git legislation a ft cl
ing a certain district is sure to
meet with a cold
The following arrived by the
Kiuau last Wednesday from Ho
Mrs K, Castro, Miss M. It. Amo
rin, II. V. Faye, John Breault,
Mrs. Mahlum, Mrs. W. Water
house, Geo. F. Winter, Mrs. Man
Lam, Mrs. Cluing Moon, M. A.
Mikaele, G. C. Bechert, Achong
Ai, Pang Ho, and 61 deck.
The following sailed by the W.
r. it .11 ...i ... . .1 f tt ...
lasi i uesoay ;wr Honolu
lu: F.d. Fernandez, A.IIaueberg,
C. II. Wilcox. Mis. Fiddes, J. II.
I'iddes, Mr. Pharos, 1C. CrolTs,
Mrs. II. C. Sheldon, A, Chaek,
P. A, Gorman, A. L. Iteynolds,
W. V .tiir.aii. A. Johnston, Rev.
G. Punahi, J. Kalai, Mrs. Ho.
i Miss M. Wilcox and 20 deck.
The following arrived by the
W. G. Hall on Friday:
Rev. II. Isenberg. F. Kggerknig.
Rev. F. A. Savior, Mrs. S- Xago,
C. II. Wilcox, K. Crop,, H. Ka
hele, W. E. K. Nakai. Mrs. C. K.
i Mundon and child, Albert Labenz,
Mrs. A. Labenz. K. H. W. Broad
bent, Miss Dora Broadbent. Miss
Alice Broadbent, II. J. Carls, Wm.
Sniidge, ). Iloolapu, K. Kivoma,
Y. Sakunia and 2u drck.
but still re-;ir-t s a certain r.r tint i
tf refined from us, which j-.:. .ot fa
be had elsewhere. This demand. J g
may continue tlirough the coining-
months to extent of sav 25,(H'0 to' 3
30,000 tons p.er month, but in the
absence of domestic demand, this
amount can be readily spared with
out advancing prices. What might
have been a critical situation at
this lime and in October has been
beautifully solved by the policy
used under cxtir.o.tinarv war con-' J
ditions to protect our home inter- t
Refiners are now in position loJ
meet the foreign demand tor re- fe
fined withoiu detrim ant to the
i . . i ! . . : , t . i
(lomesLie inteiesis anu me lesioij
of this transfer of business o.i the.
reduced scale of Britain's require-!
incuts has caused an easier ton--- to.
our raw market, with more desire
by holders to sell their warehoused i
sugars as well as supplies for ship-'
l T a r r K r 1 V 1
rALKAKU shoes are ma'
Mas Lome one sold you a shoe supposed
to be Packards, but without the Packard
Vi so, you have been fooled.
Worse than that, swindled.
Every Packard shoe has the
You can't miss it, look for it.
Prices $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50.
TI; ,1 T
CI Ci Fort Street
J11UC kJLUIC HON OLU
mtxm urxtcw t:am uxo(u nM r (.KCino i if win
It is hoped that the dele
health will permit him to
reception u lie- ...... ,, ;,,i,.i,;c ,;,..., -f 1,,.
I. .-., ...e J v . i . UIIIV. 11 lie
ignores tin- member iroin !rs dis
trict. There is also a strong senti
ment in favor of home rule, and of
Inidin-.; out what the people want.!
As tar as candid. ih s are concern-I
ed, the people of Hawaii havc
won't he ought in common boncsU
u-sign and if he needs more help
a r e
I in handling matters which
shown pretty plainly that they
want K. (l.iiiian iole for an-.ther
term. It - i 1 1 1 e the coiir-e of wis
dom, when In -o, s back , to back
him up, strengthen him
c-erv possible way to Ids chances
ol iiieetive wolk, and. not to weak
en his .stain ling b u.-e of a lohh
i.ioi : its-, ii i-,ti!. to him and by
atlaeks at ho.ne within his own
soiiKtimes rather complicated, it
e.ui be given in the form of extra
secretaries Helpers of that sort
would not be shoed out of Wash
ington by President Wilson a.s un
baCK Whatever his opponents sa y
i i - i
ami in, u.lx.
' The following prisoin-is si-n t
'. eiiced from Kauai to the Tviritori
i al prison have Ken p.-.voled b
, ( 'lovernor Pinkhain :
Gregoiio Doran, convicted in
lil'ih circuit court in November,
1413, ci assar.lt and battery with a
weapon and sentenced to 1 to
Juan Co'.les, convicted in th
, fifth cii cuit coin t of assault and
battery with a weapon, in Novem
ber, l'Jl.L and sentenced to 1 to 5
Alldlc Sai,!-ou, eoi'ieled in tile
tiith circuil (''.:rt in Sei .'.einlier,
Let Us Do Your
t T7 vr.
LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messenger Service
there is no mi-taking the
fact thai, as far as
I concerned, it Kul.i
another term it w ;il
creased i estige am
.Vash; n ton i
i goes hark fa
I ii u il h in i n-
1 ui robb
to pi ears.
1 (ollli llg o 1 hoi;
tiftii ciicuii coi
l'M.L of a niit
i w eaj.ou ard se
, con , iep
it in N.
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Honolulu MiJjic Company,
Home of hetJtsiari&u
QQ KING STREET '-S? H0N0UJLUJ.il.