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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESaY, MARCH 9, 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.
Excelsior Boy Scouts
of Ordinary Shoes
:Yotl will be simply amazed at the
length of time these boys' shoes will
wear. Yet they are soft and fit like a
glove. Material is genuine 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.
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All Work Guaranteed For One Year.
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VVaimea. Kauai. P. O. Box 50.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
Fort and Merchant Sts
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Reports read and heard at the
annual meeting of Koloa Sugar
Company were of a satisfactory
The company carried forward a
profit and loss account on that date
of $479,894 a s compared with
$324,337 December 31, 1913.
Gross profits earned on sugar
merchandise and sold during 1914
were $165,531.75. The cnpitalstock
is $750,000, and total assests Decem
ber 31, were $1,453,295.
Enrest Cropp, manager of the
Plantation reported the total 1914
crop, 8572 tons from 19S2.5 acres.
The acreage for 1915 crop is 1935.8
"We commenced harvesting this
crop December 15th. and have
manufactured, on February 12th,
2041.25 tons of sugar, against
1375.31 tons last year. We expect
about 9000 tons of sugar," he said.
The areu harvested in 1916, will
be 2041 acres, concerning this Mr.
"Owing to the rainstorm we ex
perienced in September, part of the
cane we planted in Mahaulepu and
Puuhi had to be replanted late and
is rather backward; also the ratoons
in the mauka unirrigated fields
suffered bv the cold winds and dry
weather of January."
The 1917 crop area will be the
same as in 1916. Two hundred and
thirty acres had been plowed De
cember 31 last.
The manager stated that "the
mill has done much better work
since we have installed settling
tanks in the off season to relieve
the 'Kopkeclarifiers.' Still I would
recommend to do away with the
Kopke Clarifiers and put in modern
presses to handle the juice.
"We have put up fifteen new
laborets' houses and are rearrang
ing our old Cmiiip at . Koloa and
putting it in sanitary condition. I
most particularly request you to
keep up this work, as we are seri
ously handicapped by the scarcity
The officers of the company were
re-elected, as follows, Rev. Hans
Isenberg, president; R. A. Cooke,
vice-president; J. F. C. Hagens,
secretary; Geo. Rodiek, treasurer;
and C. H. Wilcox, director. A
Haneburg was again tlected auditor.
GASES HANDLED BY
IRE GRAND JURY
The Grand Jury began its labors
and continued sessions on Wednes
day and Thursday. On Friday a
partial reporv was submitted, the
jury asking for a week at the end
o f which time a special, sup
plementary report will be sub
mitted. In the jury waived case of Maria
Coito and Manuel Coito vs. Frank
Fernandez, tresspass, there was no
appearance on the part of the
Associated Garage vs. George
Bertram, assumpsit, was continued
An indictment was returned in
the case of Henry Waiau, but the
county attorney afterward nolle
prosequitd the complaint.
Francisco Layosa, vagrancy, was
continued to the 8th.
In thii case of Sasaki, et a!.,
charged from Hannlei with assault
and battery, there was no appear
ance of defendants ami bail was
Afredo Beunaseda, from Hana-
lei, charged with burglary, plead
ed guilty and was sentenced to im
prisonment for from two to twenty
Augustine Godoy. commitment
from Koloa on a charge of bur
glary, pleaded not guilty. As
signed to Attorney S. E. Hannes
tad. Dianecio Fiesta, assault and bat
tery, pleaded not guilty.
Rapoza, charged with malicious
injury, was nolle prosequied.
CurnuM lUll Stb.lflicl & Mitt
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu,
Senator Makekau has introduced
the following in the Senate, it
being of particular interest to
Section 1. Whenever any em
ployee in any department of the
Territorial government shall have
been employed coutinuously for at
least one year in the same depart
ment, he shall be 'entitled to at
least fifteen days' vacation, upon
full pay, for each year thereafter
while he remains in the employ of
such department, the said vacation
to be granted to the employee at
such time as shall be designated
bv the head of the department.
.Section 2. The right to fifteen
days vacation per year during em
ployment shall be cumulative so
as to allow the employee a con
tinuous vacation for a period
of not to exceed ninety days on
full pay computed upon the basis
of fifteen days per year, but in no
case shall the accumulated period
extend beyond ninety days at any
Miss Frances Dainty and her
company will arrive in the Kinau
tomorrow morning ard will appear
for a season at various Kauai play
houses. Just how many are in the
"company" is not stated in the
advance data, but it is assumed
that there is at least one other per
son. At any rate, it is announced
that their specialties are juggling,
wire-walking, trick bicycle riding
and marvelous mystic feats, Eddie
Fernandez is authority for the
statement that the company is a
good one, and he ought to knew.
A line of new motion pictures ac
companies the actors.
The opening program will be in
Waimea tomorrow evening, and
there will be a ' repeat" at the
same place the following evening.
Makaweli will have the show Fri
day evening. Kekaha Saturday
evening and Elecle Monday and
Tuesday evenings. Further dates
will be announced later.
. Miss Dainty has been to Kauai
before, so that the public already
has an idea of the character of her
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Mail instructions just as good as personal interviews. Give us
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We are backed by our reputation for promptness and re
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Schullze To Kekaha
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
W. K. SJmltze, nead luna at
Hawaiian Sugar Company's Maka
weli plantation for the past eight
or nine years, has been api ointed
assistant manager at Kekaha toj
succeed the late Mr. Gustav Han;
sen. He will make the change on '
the first of April. Mr. Schultze
has been at Makaweli ten vears,
and has been an important factor
in the developments which have
taken place there in that period.
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Kauai Telephonic
Company will be held at the office
of its Treasurer. Mr. G. N. Wil
cox, on Friday the 19th. March,
1915, at 9 a. m.
R. W. T. ri-RVis
Kauai Telephonic Co.
Lihue, March 5th. 1915. I t.
Mrs. L. L. Sexton, wife of Dr.
L. L. Sexton of Hilo, was an in
coming passenger in the Mauna
K e a yesterday morning, Mrs.
Sexton expects to spend several
weeks in Honolulu visiting friends.
Chas. S. Weight, of Hackfeld
& Co., arrived in the W. G. Hall
Friday morning to make a tour
among the merchants of Kauai.
The Question of Shoes Is No
Problem at All
When you choose the
Hon. and Mrs. Albert Wilcox
returned Friday morning from a
visit to Honolulu.
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Large Stock Always On Hand
THE MAKAWELI STORE
Headquarters For BANISTER Shoes