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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 24. 1914,
BIG EXPORTS OF
Tile Washington correspondent
of the Honolulu Star Bulletin
sends the follewing interesting in
formation to his paper concerning
tl c verv large increase in the ex
portation oi raw sugar in the past
few months, due, mail probability
to the war:
WASHINGTON, D. C, Nov.
4. The remarkabl- gain in the
exportation from the United States
ol refined sugar is demonstrated
by figures compiK :n the depart
ment of com- -rce. It is shown
bv this tabulat. . that during the
month of September, 1914, 'iere
wire sent from American portb an
aggregate of 52,290,773 pounds of
For the month of September,
1913. the total exportations of su
gar were but 3.924,540 pound-;.
The volume of sugar exportation
has increased 13 times in a vear.
This is due to the war in Europe,
which has caused the large de
mand and materially advanced
p-kes for the product.
During the nine months ending
with September, 1913. but 35.750,
000 pounds of refined sugar were
For the same period in 1914 the
aggregate of sugar exportations
nached 118.66C.000 pounds.
The total for the nine months of
this year as indicated is but bttle
under the corresponding period of
the year 1910. which set a new
h'gh record. The nine months'
total in 1910 reached 143.000,000
pmnds. The entire amount ex
ported during the year 1910 was
According to these computations
sugar may be expected to establish
a new high water mark in the near
future, both as regards amount of
exportations and prices obtained
for the product.
Do You Want
The Right Thing
At the Right Price
en come to
Christmas Gifts '
or if you don't intend to give any Xmas presents at all, come
buy something for yourself. We cannot attempt to tell
here all we rrve.
Come and See Our Display.
Christmas novelties, the latest and best; Souvenirs to send away;
Hawaiian Jewelry, etc., in new designs; dainty and novel Jap
A New and Complete Stock of Toys
McEryde Sugar Co's Store
$1.00 to $63.00
& Pig'n Whistle
Hollister Drug Co.
Drugs & Kodaks
For School Estimates
Secretary Thayer has issued a
call for the biennial meeting of tht
bard of school estimates to be held i
iii Honolulu on December 15. This!
b ard consists of the Territorial
Secretary, as chairman; the super
intendent of public instructional
n.ay.or of Honolulu and the chair
n en or the board of supervisors
o' Kauai. Maui and Hawaii. The
work of the board will be greatly
facilitated by a budget being com
pleted bv the Superintendent for
"PACKARD" shoes are made for
Has some one sold you a shoe supposed
to be Packards, but without the Packard
If so, you have been fooled.
Worse than that, swindled.
Every Packard shoe has the Packard
You can't miss it, look for it.
Prices $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50.
Would Ta!" A Vote
J. Oswah. i.jited. a Kapaa
h miesteader. . rites from Hono
li lu to the editor of Thk Oakuxn
I:;i.axd suggesting that the matter
c ' the proposed deal with the Li
h ic Plantation Company fora rail
read between the Waipouli home
steads and Nawiliwili be submitted
to a vote of the people of Kauai.
I: e believes that the proposition
would be heavily sustained, and
tl at such a showing would have
the effect of
cup S itnrd.iv night
shows the totals made FINK CHICKENS--White Leg
v.Ti.l contestants in the horns. Apply 'v letter io I'. O.
.mpctition for the Spitz
week together ;
Supplementing (he proclamation
by the President of the Unite !
States, Governor Pinkhan lias is
sued the following relating t o
The president of the United
States having appointed Thursdav.
the 26th. day of this month of
November, as a clay of national Crawford
praise, thanksgiving and prayer, I -, jcc
recommend that the people of this ' pruesser
territory join in the observance of i Winter
that dav in the traditional appro Morgan
priate manner. The year has been 140
full of good gifts to the people of j h Kohrig
Hawaii. In no part of our preat : jr. Malm
country has there been a greater ' p. Malm
degree of prosperity and progress. ! c. S Dole
There is more than usual reason i 130
here and now for the people to Anclermann
manifest a deep sense of gratitude. Vincent
Let them, therefore, do this 1 if the Hannestad
accustomed way by gathering at, 125
greatly expediting their places of worship or in their' Morrow
homes for praise, by entertaining ' Sheldon
strangers, bv ceasing from usual ' Schultz
pursuits as far as practicable and I
by dispensing charity.
In witness whereof, I have here
unto set'my hand and caused the
Oieat Seal of the Territory of Ha
waii to !: affixed.
Done at the Capitol in Honolu
lu, this 16th dav of November. A.
Lucius 15. Pinkiiam.
Governor of Hawaii.
By the Governor,
VDH W.UlHliN TjIAYflK,
Secretary of Hawaii.
totals for each man to that
Bay Filling Up.
A new trouble has arisen at the
Nawiliwili lauding. When theroad
was swept away there a few weeks
a:o the drbris was distributed
oer the area used by small boats
in reaching the wharf. This is
giving trouble, particularly at low
tide. Hut the worst pilikia is j (Signed)
coming from the straightening of i
the stream, thesaudand debrisfroin 1
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Mrs. Knudsen Entertains1
cili heavy ram now being carried
s raight down to the boat landing
in place ol being thrown out to one
side as formerly, as a result of the
bend in the stream. Some alarm
i felt that the legion of the wharf
may soon fill up to the extent that
small boats will not be able to get
in there at all.
The Honolulu Construction & .
iDraving Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha-,
Grand Total ! qiian Express Co. and Nieper's
; Express, assure all Kauai passen-1
1514 Rer's arrv'"R at or departing from
547 1 Honolulu of prompt baggage de-
- 4 livery and courteous treatment.
g-9 ; Our drivers are experienced, relia
' hie men. Advt.
920' Pctotp nf I Vivid Tf-nlnliiiln rip.
The undersigned, having 011 the
jlst day of Oc'ober. 1914, been,
v appointed administrator o f
Kstate of David Kealahua, de
ceased, notice is hereby given to
all persons having claims against '
1 247 I the estate of said decedent to pre:--1
1CX32 ' c,-t jJe same at the office of S. E.
3069 ' Hannestad. Lihue, Kauai, within ;
j six (6) mouths front the date of
1183; the first publication of this notice, !
1079 'or they will be forever barred. !
742! Dated, Koloa. Kauai. Novem
ber. 2nd. 1914.
S. 15. Hannestad. Attorney for.
4-t. Administrate! .
Let Us Do Your
LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messenger Service
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL KSTAT1S and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Port and Merchant Sts. - - - Honolulu
I A beautifully appointed lunch
eon was given by Mrs. -15. A
Knudsen, Kekaha in honor
Mrs. Albert Homer and Mis? So
per. The table decorations were "
yellow, which, with Venetian lace' Two "eater and double runt-
and glass, lent a touch of Europe . b,e 0.er,a"if,uto,f b,,e '"
, ., ,, . . . condtbon. Will sell for cash very
to the scene. I hose invited were j
Mesdames Horner. Rice. Piitinan. Anjv
Heron, Danford. Lyman, Brandt.
West and Alexander, and Miv.es1
Soper and L'Orange. '
M. J. Fassoth, Makaweli.
Toys, Toys, Toys
Kinau To Niihau
Manager and Mrs. P. A. Alex Unusually large and complete
audf, of McBryc'e. returned home stock. Many novelties. Orders from
bv. t'tc Kinau on Wednesday. Mr. Knuai cordially invited ai:il will
Ms-.-; td.-r had "isitcd the coast, 'receive best attention. Advt.
The pineapple growers of Maui
rlnnSilml i nfnlt rtt 1 II rlfilMltt
Kinau visited the island of Niihau. Ikm "11)cr.v of tI,eir ow". and for
leaving from Port Alien at 4 o' j that purpose have organized a
clock Fiiday morning mid return-'company with a capital of 560,000.
ing again to Waiiuea in the aficr- 4 They yiJl also establish their own
noon. She took a deck load t agencies for mr.rkeUiiig their pro
cattle from Niihau. duct! on Uie coast.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Sugar Mills, Sugar Machin
ery, Steam Boilers, Rivetted
Steel Pipe, Steel Tanks, etc.