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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1915
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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THE GARDEN .ISLAND
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays.
Entered at the PostofTicc at Lihue, Hawaii , as Second-class Matter.
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HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD.
Some Hot Shots
The following are two points
contained in a communication re
ceived by this paper:
If a few resolute men on a fly
ing visit of investigation could
bring back a wagon load of
"Booze" and presumptive evidence
of several flagrant crimes, what
could not a tairly honest and effi
cient police accomplish if they
were minded so to do, and could
see past the beam of hush money
that blinds their blinking eyes?
Chairman Coney of the house
health, police and military com
tnittee said today that he is com
municating with the Kauai Cham
ber of Commerce relative to the pro
posed trip of the house to the Gar
den Island. Members of the house
are enthusiastic over the proposed
junket, as the northern island is the
only division of Hawaii that has
never bee n included in official
Star-Bulletin. March 20.
It is being seriouslv suggested
that Hanalei, and perhaps other
districts, would be much cleanei
and safer places to live in if there ' '
were no police department. Since ( A dividend of 30 cents a share,
it has become -a nurserv for crime, or 330,000, was declared on the cap
with its manifest slogan ""crime ! ital stock of Hawaiian Sugar Coni
fer profit!" pauy (Makaweli) last week.
(Continued from page 1.)
Lee S. Overman of North Caro-
John F. Shafroth of Colorado,
Francis E. Warren of Wyoming,
Charles E. Towirsend of Michi
MilesPoindexter of Washing
James E. Martine of New Jer
Willard Saulsbury of Delaware,
Albert B. Cummins of Iowa, Re
Thomas W. Hardwick ol Geor
Joe T. Robinson of Arkansas,
Reed Smoot of Utah. Republican.
William Hughes of New Jersey,
Carter Glass of Virginia, Demo
Gordon Lee of Georgia, Demo
crat. George W. Rauch of Indiana,
William P. Borland of Missouri,
Edward W. Pou of North Caro
John L. Burnett of Alabama,
Scott Feiris of Oklahoma, Demo
William Kettner of California,
James S. Davenport of Oklaho
Clement Brumbaugh of Ohio,
Andrew J, Barchfeld of Pennsyl
William E. Humphrey of Wash
John W. Laugley of Kentucky,
Ira C. Copley of Illinois, Pro
Daniel R. Anthony, Jr., of Kan
Frank P. Woods of Iowa, Re
publican. James L. Slayden of Texas, Dem
ocrat. Daniel J Riordau of New York,
William J. Carey of Wisconsin,
Richard W. Austin of Tennes
C. Basco Slemp of Virginia, Re
Warren Gard of Ohio, Democrat.
Philip P. Campbell of Kansas,
lohu J. Rogers of Massachusetts,
William A. Cullop of Indiana,
William H. Stafford of Wiscon
Joseph G. Cannon of' Illinois,
John E. Raker o f California,
J. Hampton Moore of Pennsyl
D. W. Shackleford of Missouri,
James T. Lloyd o f Missouri,
James R. Mann ofIllinois, Re
publican. Swagar Sherley of Kentucky,
Clarence B. Miller of Minneso
ta, Republican. - I
Joshua W. Alexander of Mis-,
James A. Frear of .Wisconsin, 1
Daniel J. Griffin of New York,
Albert Johnson of Washington,
George W. Fairchild of New
Henry T. Raiuey of Illinois,
Former Representative William
A, Rodenberg of Illinois. '
Assistant Secretary of the Treas
ury Byron Newton.
Profit On Sugar
In the current issue of Tren
Trus Tics is a table showing the
net profit per ton on the 1914
sugar crop of various plantations,
as fallows: Ewa, $19.30; Hawaii
an Agricultural, $33.14: Hawaiian
Sugar, $30,59; Honokaa, $4.39
loss; Ho no mu, $18.51; Ka
huku, $14.03; Kekaha, $29 32;
Koloa, $1S.M: McBryde, $14.82;
Maui Agricultural, $20.76; Olaa,
$7.53; Oahu. $19.83; Ouoinea-,
$21.61; Pioiiecr, $21.47; Waialua.
$21. 6B; Waimanalo, $18.;6; and
Mrs. Putman Honored
In honor of Mrs. Frank Putman',
Mrs. Frank Thompson yesterday ,
entertained at a beautifully ap
pointed luncheon. A large basket
of pink roses and maiden hair ferns
tied with graceful knots of pink
tulle formed the attractive center
piece, while individual holders
containing the same flower marked
the covers which were laid for
Mrs. Frank Putman, Mrs. Richard
Cooke, Mrs. E. G. Duisenberg,
Mrs. A Lewis, Jr., Mrs. Harold
Castle, Mrs. Sherwood L
Mr. Gibson To Teach
The following announcement,
appearing at Honolulu on Satur
day, will be of much interest on
Kauai, Mr. Gibson being well
"T. II. Gibson has been appoint
ed principal of the Liliuokalani ,
school a t Kaimuki. succeeding
Miss Harriet Needham who has
resigned. Mr. Gibson was form
erly superintendent of public in
struction, and for manv years was
employeed in the territorial
schools.v He will assume charge
of the school at the beginntug of
the new term."
Mrs. C. B. High, Mrs. Alfred
Castle, Mrs. Fred Lowrey, Miss
Alice Cooke, Miss Margaret Water
house, Miss Vera Damon, Miss
Jessie Kennedy and the hostess.
Star-Bulletin, March 20.
The Governor has signed the
following special homestead agree
ments for land on Kauai.
No. 1185, William Rodrigues,
lot 159, Kapaa, Kauai; No. 1189,
Au Tai Ting, lot 152, Kapaa,
Kauai; and No. 119, Tamegoro
Mizutani, lot 137, Kalaheo, Kauai.
The following transfer was also
approved: Nicholas A. Akana to
B. Punikaia, lot 6, Lawai, Kauai.
Opium Fiends Fined
Three Chinamen were arraigned
in Judge Hofgaard's court at Wai-
mea yesterday on the charge of
smoking opium,, and upon convic
tion were fined $50 and costs each.
An adjourned meeting of the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce will be held at the
Chamber's headquarters in the County
Building, Lihue, at 2:30 Thursday after
noon (March 25) next for the purpose of
taking definite action on the proposal to
bond the County or otherwise make pro
vision for funds, in order that macadamiz
ing of the so-called Kauai belt-road, be
tween Haena and Mana, may be speedily
completed and also to consider the ques
tion of extending an invitation to the
Congressional party to visit Kauai.
All members are urged to be present.
L D. T1MM0NS,
Lihue, March 20, 1915.
A Honolulu society note says:
"Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Kimball
have issed invitations to a swim
ming party to be given at Haleiwa
on Monday, for the Eric Knud
sens. Haleiwa has delightful facil
ities for swimming and this prom
ises to be a most enjoyable affair."
Tudge C. W. Ashford and his
friend, Mr. Bartels, of- Colorado,
visited Kukuflono Park, Waimea
and Olokele Canyon on Saturday. Lihue, 20th. March, 1915.
Bv order of the directors of the
Kauai Telephonic Company, a
dividend on the capital stock of
the company has been declari
and made payable to the shard
holders at the office of the Treas
urer, Mr. G. N. Wilcox, at Lihue,
on and after the 3rd, April, 1915.
R. W. T. Purvis
r a -,w . .
secretary Kauai Telephonic Co.