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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 16, 1915
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai
$3.00 will buy a
pair Youths, Boys'
or Men's Black or
Every pair guaran
teed. Low in price.
High in quality.
j Mclnerny Shoe
1P Haas's Delicious Candy VhL
JL BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD. JO j
jfjf Assorted Chocolate mid l!on lions t5u per pound ; fl.L'") frill
IpJjij two pounds. Milk Choroluti'S 5l)c small httx ; fl.lKJ V
High Class Watch and Jewelry Repairing
All Work Guaranteed For One Year.
J. M. S1LVA
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL, ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts. ... Honolulu
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
Excelsior Boy Scouts
of Ordinary Shoes
You will be simply amazed at the
length of time these boys' shoes will
wear. Vet they are soft and fit like' a
glove. Material isgenuine Elk leather,
tanned by our secret process. Soles are
specially fastened, can't pull off, and will
outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes. No
linings. Greatest boys' shoes ever made.
yt'jixvtp Shorn ;
TO CANDIDATES FOR MOMI
NATION TO COUNTY OFFI
CES, AND TO ISE VOTED
FOR WITHIN THE COUNTY
OF KAUAI AT TH E PRI
MARY ELECTION TO D E
HELD ON SATURDAY THE
13TII DAY OF MARCH, A. D.
Whereas a Primary Election for
the nomination of candidates fen
conntv offices within the County of
Kauai. Territory of Hawaii, will
be held on the 13th dav of March.
A. D. 1915; and whereas lv the
provisions of Act 151 of the Ses
sion Laws of 1913, it is required
that the candidates to le nominat
ed at said Primary shall file their
Nomination Papers with the Coun
ty Clerk at least twenty (20) daws
prior to the dav for holding the
THEREFORE, notice is hereby
given that the Nomination papers
of the candidates for nomination
to county offices within the Cotin
tv of Kauai must be filed with the
undersigned at his office on or be
fore the hour of Twelve (12) o'
clock at noon of SATURDAY the
20th day of February, A. D. 1915.
In order to be eligible for nomi
nation as a candidate for county
office the candidate must be a cili
zen of the United States of Amer
ica and of tiie Territory of Hawaii
nid must have been a duly quali
fied elector of the County of Ka
uai for at least one year prior to
his election; and in case of the
members of the Board of Supervi
sors, the same qualifications are
required, and in addition thereto
they shall continue to reside with
in the district from which they are
elected during the period of their
incumbency, and in the case of the
County Attorney no person shall
be elected as such, who, in addi
tion to the foregoing qualifications,
is not a duly licensed attorney
admitted to practice in the Su
preme Court of the Territory of
Hawaii and has practiced law in
the County of Kauai for at least
Each nomination paper must be
accompaned by a deposit of a fee
of Ten Dollars ($10.00) and must
be signed by not less than fifteen
(15) qualified electors of the Coun
ty of Kauai or of the district for
which the person nominated is a
Each candidate must and shall
at the time of filing his nomina
tion papers, state by what political
party he is nominated or of his
non-partisanship, as the case may
be, in order that such party affilia
tion or non-partisanship mav be
printed on the ballot in front of
the name of such candidate.
The name or names of the can
didate or candidates will be print
ed with the Hawaiian or the Eng
lish (language) equivalent, if such
there be if the candidate shall so
request the undersigned in writing
at the time of filing his nomina
J. Mahiai Kaneakija.
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
Lihue, Kauai, January 26. 1915.
The Honolulu Construction &
Draying Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha
waiian Express Co. and Nieper's
Express, assure all Kauai passen
gers arriving at or departing from
Honolulu of prompt baggage de
livery and courteous treatment.
Our drivers are experienced, relia
ble men. Advt.
1 KAUAI TO HONOLULU AND
(An extra charge f One Dollar
each way will be made for certain
deck berths on the S. S. "Kiuiui.")
The S. S, "Kinau" will sail
i from Kauai Friday, February 19,
j 1915, instead of Saturday, the 20th,
j Tickets issued to arrive at Hono
lulu February 20, I'M 5, lettirn
limit March 2. 1915. .Vt.
1. HART'S TALK
A very interesting account
Hart's lecture two weeks
ago todnv at Makaweli was quite (.u.;v t.iars.t.(i j,s s,,;uvt. f rctai v of the Kauai . Chamber of
by accident 'ind regrettably, car -j activities rnd is now orva:iie,i on Commerce in regard to the pro
ried by the Kinau from Waimea ton Torr'torh.l Ivo :n, ,.!,,,. t.. r.osed Wainonli railroad and K.-n.rm
IT 1 1 . . 1 4 1
iioiioiuiu, aim reacneu tins paper
too late tor a place in the last
issue. Mr. Hart, it mav be ex -
plained, ;s probablv the only Theo -
'Iuiim 111 ins ncigiionriKKKi; anu
has a circle of friends who delight
in hearing him talk on his la-orite
subject. It was one of thee lcc-
, ' ' . ..
uakdi.n island wrote as to lows:
i laieiy anenoeit iiieeiiu
sembkd last Tuesday afternoon at
Mrr. V. Shultze's house, Maka
weli, to hear Professor Hart's dis
course on the Brotherhood of man.
At the conclusion of the address,
occupying just one hour, Mrs.
Schult.e (on behalf of those present i
and others who have attend-d
prior meetings ol the circle) in a
few kind and well chosen words,
thanked .Mr. Hart for hi interest
ing reiuaiks, and mentioned the
good that ha,', resulted from his
-'"- ..'-.v. .It, I I V , H V 111. 11
this dav maiked the seventy-ninth
anniversary of his birth, and it
was a pleasing duty she n w per
formed in presenting him with a
slight memento of their affection
and esteem (a handsome quilted
dressing gown) trusting his life
may be spared for yet many cars
The presentation came as such
a surprise that the recipient said
he found some difficulty in giving
an adequate expression to his ap- j
preciatiou, for not only their kind,
present, but for the courteous and'
intelligent manner in which they
had listened to him lor the past four ,
years. During this time he had j
endeavored to bring to their notice
some few landmarks in the history
of past, great religions, to show
them that all these have had di
vine revelations and inspired lead
ers. Not one of them claimed to
have all the truth, but each one
had some of the truth. That the
different nations of the world at
divers epochs in its history, have
been aided and directed by the
Almighty as were later on the
Hebrews and the Christians.
That the true brotherhood of
man must be irrespective of color,
crecJ or sex.
That man is a spirit to whom a
body is given whilst on this earth
and when he passes away from
here, he throws the body o!f just
as he would a coat.
That this spirit will return again
anel again to earth clothed again
i n another body, until having
gained all experience he becomes
That the law of Karma is in
evitable "we reap that which
we have sown."
That lie had never asked any of
his listeners to accept his theories.
He simply lav them at their
feet truth must come only by
conviction, from the heart. There
is only one great truth, but there
aie many roads to it and as the
Omnipotent one says "all roads are
Refreshments were then served
and this interesting meeting closed.
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning from
Honolulu W. II. Rice, Sr., F.
E. Hirne, D. 15. Maconachie, J. F.
Jordan, C. D. Edmondson, Karl
Schitnmelfinig, M.H. Drummond,
C. M. Thurston. M, E. Cordeiro,
M. G. Rtcbello and wife, Miss Ro
bel'.o, W. M. Alexander, Miss M.
Iirown, J. P. Cooke. S. S. Peck,
Mrs. E. W. Wood, J. Waterhouse,
M r s. S. B. Deveril!, K. Haniano
and wife, II. Kato and 35 deck..
The following arrived by the W.
G. Hall Friday morning from Ho
nolulu: A. Gartley, T. F. Mid
dleton, W. T. Spalding, . .
Peters, Miss H. K. Dwight. F. F.
Thompson, F. Okunoand 12 deck-
; CONVENTION OF THE KAPAA RAILROAD
ANMOOMl AND NEW BRIDGE
( Comrnuuic ik-d )
Tli, Ami .;,!,-.,, t -,..,. t,t. ..
extend its good
: all the 11
in Hie most iffec-
1 T) . p .
lUUilui r;r.iVVi;ti.'H en
new basis wiil be held in llo
ulu at the K iwai.i'vio C"!ii-rc!i,
26, 27. 2S. and all :h. ehuieh
missions and other Christian
, org;ur-Mtio:is throughout 'he
, ,,, ; . ,, . , , ,1
1 .P'l S M.'.VO Of. -11 rrft!l. i;,. I,-. ......I
dele .ales. A large and cnthusias-
tic atter.dam e is ex; ected.
lit v. Put U-y A. Ii.1l.0r, of Ohio,
the Xaho;;::l Sup-.-i nr.e mlent of
the Anti Saloon League of Amer-
ioi, will be present at all the ses -
! mods which will Ik
Feb. 26 at 9 a. 111. in
I .d: cad v named above.
I Sunday eveni g Feb. 2Sa Union
Mass i Meeting in the interest of
! the great prohibition movement
! now sweep.' ng all over 1 lie States
J .is well as other countries, will be
I held 1:1 Ye Liberty Theater. Ho
nolulu, to be aeldress.d by Dr.
ll.iker and other speakers of piom-inc-nce.
Bank Inspector Here
M. II. Drummond, the new in
spector of banks and Territorial
auditor of county books, toured
When You Come To Honolulu
Or ship freight from 01 to the City, you require the ser
vices of Reliable Ex pressmen . We meet all steamers fr..m Ka
uai and are prcparcii lo respond promptly to calls from Kauai
people at the hole!.-, or elsewhere, or to c;rry out orders by mail.
Mail instruction jo! as good as personal interviews. Give us
your orders and we will do the rest.
We are backed by our reputation for promptness and re
liability. THE RELIABLE TRANSFER COMPANY,
M. E. Gomes, Jr., Proprietor, Honolulu.
GONSALVES & CO.,
Territory ot Hawaii.
The Question cf Shoes Is No
Problem at All
When you choose the
The Easiest Shoe Ever Made
Large Stock Always On Hand
THE MAKAWELI STORE
Headqua ters For
I Superintendent Forbes has writ-
'tin the following letter to ihe s, r-
"""J-.1-. which is gen 0111 ror uie
I... vi... ...1.' i :. e .1
infornri'.ion of the public:
This matter, no doubt, h is been
Sv.''.!ed to vour satisfaction and we
hope that cervone will be beic
fj'ied by the Government's deci
sion. KAPAA BRIDGE:
A ni it her matter which I am try-
i:ig to arrange sufficient funds for
j is the erection of a bridge in the
I Kfpaa District. As submitted by
your Mr. Moragne, t lie cost of this
i"1!" o e meiit for gradii g, etc. is
1 SlluO.OO. I am in hopes of getting
I this allotment from the Governor's
The Department repeats nga n
that it is desirous ot coopeni'n g
with vott and hopes that you wi.l
not hesitate to write us when the
Kauai at the week-end. After ex
amining the affair of the bank at
VYaiiuea on Wednesday, he came
on to Lihue. looking over the ac
counts ot the Lihue li ranch of the
Bank ot Hawaii here, and check
ing up county accounts.
M r. Drummond was formerly
deputy county treasurer, acting
treasurer and was recently appoint
ed bank examiner.
RIBBON BEER 1