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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAY 18, 113
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Largest Cleaners and Most
Sntiitarv Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
High Class Work.
Lauii'lry Returned by
- Free of Charge
To 'All Towns On KntwL
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777 King Street
HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, Ltd.
P. O. Jiox 491 Honolulu.
We have found it a
factthat most of the
people who once wear
($5 & $6)
invariably re-order the same
kind. That's proof of quality.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
HAVE JOLLY 111
The pretty home of Mr. and
Mrs. Menefoglio, at VVainiha. was
the scene of a jolly luau on Sun
day the 9th inst.-
The nicelv appointed table set
I out on the veranda was laden with
! pood things to eat and the place
cards were cutely trimmed with
Mr. and Mrs. Menefoglio had
as their guests Mrs. S. U. Deverill,
Miss Deverill and Mr. and Mrs.
Birkmyre, of Hanalei; Mr. Perlv
; Deverill and Mr. Jack Radwav, of
I Honolulu; Mr Max Bolte, of Ki-
lauea; Mr. Edward Deverill and
Miss Lee, of Makaweli; "and Mr
R L Ogilvie, of Haena.
Results From D-1135
Good At Makaweli
Copyright Hut Sctwttier it M
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
Ben B. Baldwin,, manager of Ha
waiian Sugar Company has report
ed to Alexander & Baldwin the re
sults of a field trial of D1135 cane,
A fifteen acre plot of this seed
ling harvested last week yielded
74,73 tons of cane, or 10,42 tons
sugar per acre. It took 7.18 ton.H
of cane to make one ton of sugar.
V check plot of Lahaina cane of
equal area planted on the same
soil and with all conditions as near
like as possible yielded 63.56 tons
of cane, or 9.75 tons sugar per
acre. The ratio of cne to sugar
A 200 acre field of DU35 is to
be planted this summer for 1917
crop. John Waterhouse said yes
terday that the new cane appears
to be an improvement over Lahai
na. The only point on which
there is any doubt is as to whether
the rattoons will be as good as
those of the old established canes
Dl 135 is mote vigorous than La
haina and looks to be a better
AU10 313 KILLS
C C SI
Makaweli vs. J. A. C.
Following is the official summary
of the game of baseball between
the Makaweli and I. A. C. teams:
J. A. C.
ros. Ab K lill sh Sb I'O A E
Elias.de la Pena, Filipino, aged
20, living at Pakala camp, near
Waimea, is dead as the result of
being struck by auto No. 313,
driven by Ganiko Sabura,
The young man, accompanied
by several others, all on bicycles,
had left a baseball game at Maka
weli park and were riding on the
belt road. The evidence obtained
by the coroner's jury seemed to
show that they were racing. At
any rate, de la Pena, at the time
of the accident, was lying upon
his machine and speeding to the
extent that he did not see the on
coming auto and plinged headlong
The victim of the accident was
hurled violently to the ground and
received such injuries, internal
and external, that he died a short
The jury, in its verdict, com
pletely exonerated the driver of
the auto and declared that de la
Pena came to his death as a result
of his own cartle.ssness.
LI HUE RECEPTION
Taketani ss 4
Ohana c 3
Kuwamoto rf 4
Nagnshisa 1 4
Ktirisu cf 4
Kobayashi 2 3
S. Ueda If 2
Daigiro ' If 1
Ognsnwr.ra 3 3
Suveda o 3
Total 31 3 4 0 1 27 6 2
MAKAWELI A. A.
pos. Ab R nh sh sb P0 A H
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Making
Fernandes 2 4
Costa ss 4
Ah Nee 3rd 4
Kahlbaum c 4
Marcallino 1 4
Tomas rf 2
Fassoth rf 1
Fernandez If 4
Rapoza cf 4
Kruse p 3
5 0 2 24 7 3
Forester At Anahola
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vegetable.
The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
(Continued from, page 1.)
stead, Eleele, Waimea, Hanapepe,
Makaweli and Olokele Canyon be
ing the objectives for most of the
touring parties. After dining at
the homes of their hosts the visit
ors had the option of attending
either of two meetings, one at Wai
mea and one at Lihue.
At Lihue hall which was decked
with ferns and yellow lilies, Sou
za's Band and a quintet club fur-j
nish'i'd music, and after an inform-1
nl itcvption several of the visiting
conyress-men spoke briefly.
"I li.ive enjoyed tverv minute
of this trip since I left San Fran
cisco," declared Mr. Cannon," and
at every point we have been won
derhiliy entertained and interested.
Honolulu, your capital, is a won
derful and growing city, and will,
I have no doubt, soon be a great
city. Pearl Harbor, when the plans
now being developed have been
brought to completion, will be not
one of the best, but the vety best
fortified harbor of the entire Unit
ed States, of which these islands,
thank God, are a part. 'Fortify
Oahu, and improve the harbors of
all the other islands.' will, in gen
eral be my Hawaiian policy in fu
Mr. Cannon closed with a tribute
to the people of Kauai, their hos
pitality, the beauty of the Garden
Island, and the excellence of its
roads and fertility of its soil.
Representative H. E. Saunders
of Vhginia, was listened to with
especial attention, being a member
of the Rivers and Harbors com
mittee. "I am only a new member
of the committee," he said, "and
I am in no position to make prom
ises because I do not know
whether or not I can deliver the
goods. But I do think I shall be
able to be a good advocate for you,
and I promise to try to act as such,
for I think that of all our islands in
the Pacific Kauai is most entitled
to be helped to a good and safe
"A bill for a breakwater for Ka
uai will get my vote, if ever such
a bill is reported out of commit
tee," declared Mr. Davenport of
Oklahama, a sentiment echoed by
Representative McKinley of Illi
nois, who also declared he had
never seen on the mainland such
excellent country roads as he had
traveled over on Kauai.
"What has most expressed me" ,
said Senator J. T. Robinson, of
Arkansas, "is the honest, generos
ity, love o f flowers and music,
The Board of Commissioners 'of
Agriculture and Forestry, on May
1, appointed Mr. Kaina D. Lovell,
of Anahola, Kauai, as Forest Ran
ger for the Island of Kauai at i
salary of $60 per month. This ap
pointment follows out the policy
of the Board to put the Territoria
Forest Reserve under actual ad
ministtation as soon as circuni
stances permit. Mr. Lovell has J an(i peaceful and congenial tern
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
When You Come To Honolulu
Or ship freight from or to the City, you require the ser
vices of Reliable Expressmen. We meet all steamers from Ka
uai and are prepared to respond promptly to calls from Kauai
people at the hotels or elsewhere, or to carry out orders by mail.
Mail instructions just as good as personal interviews. Give tis
your orders and we will do the rest.
We are backed by our reputation for promptness and re
THE RELIABLE TRANSFER COMPANY,
M. E. Gomes, Jr., Proprietor, Honolulu.
PABST BLUE RIBBON BEER
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
Territory or Hawaii.
I Waimea S tables
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto-
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
F. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
J. I. Silva, Prop.
ONE of the LEADING HOUSES for all kinds of DRY
GOODS. BOOTS & SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
CIGARS & TOBACCOS and NOTIONS of every description,
FOR WINE, BEER and OTHER LIQUORS, Ring Up 73 W.
Main Office, Eeele, Kauai. Tel. 7 1 W.
Crisco gives richnessat smaller cost, It brings cake-
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
shown his fitness for the position
in doing, tree planting and fence
building for the Division of Fores
try in the past and his new duties
will be along similar lines and also
to protect the forest reserves from
trespass by stock and destruction
by forest fires.
peratnent of the Hawaiian people.
The quality of citizenship I have
met within this Territory should
certainly soon entitle you to state
hood. Incidentally let me say that
your harlor project at Nawiliwili
is both necessary and feasible, and
Ishall have my entire suppoit."
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