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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1915
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with white rubber: soles and heels.
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1051 Fort St.
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With this outfit you can make repairs the
day the trouble happens. Thus you save
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Vulcanizer works from any lamp socket.
The 1 5 -step rhoostat enables accurate ad
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Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
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Prices ftt.OO to $50.00 and over.
Writo for particulars.
I 53-65 King St. Honolulu
"Perhaps the great
est benefit of a savings
bank is the provision
for the comfort of those
dependent upon the
breadwinner. This is
something that every
true husband or father
And the time to consider it
Fleur de Lis, ladies' hairdress-
ing, shampooing, manicuring and
scalp treatment. All kinds of hair
work. Under the Blaisdell Hotel,
first door in Chaplain lane, Hono
THE BALDWIN RECEPTION
(Continued from page 1.)
Among the large numher pres
ent the following were rmted:
Kealia Mr, and Mrs. S. N.
Hundley and Miss Hundlev.
Lihue Mr( W. H. Rice, Jr..
Mrs. Ralph Wilcox. Mr and Mr..
R W. T. Purvis, Harry Vincent.
L. D. Timmons, Miss Katherine
Maclntyre. Miss Lottie Jordan,
Judge C. S. Dole, Mr. and Mrs J.
L. Robertson and Dr. Derby.
Homestead Dr. and Mrs, Glais
Eleele F. A. Alexander, Mr.
and Mrs. R. L. Hughes, Mt. and
Mrs. Roendahl. Mrs. R. D. Moler,
Mr. and Mrs. Silva.'
Hanapepe II. H Brodie and
wife, Miss Martin, Miss Marie An
Makaweh Mr. Sinclair Robin
son, Francis Gay, Rev. C.D.Milli
ken, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Spillner,
Mr. and Mrs. M. V Frnaiidez,
Thomas Neal. A. R. Gurrey, A Q.
Marcallino, Franz Bayer, Carl
Franck Mr. and Mrs. G T. Greig,
Miss Whittington. Mr. and Mrs.G
F. Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. Norman
Browne, Mt. and Mrs. U.S. Trus-
cott, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Halden,
Mr. and Mrs. G. Cunningham.
Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Hayselden.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bayer, Mrs. C.
Hodge, Misses Etta and Bar
ara Lee, Miss Thompson, Mrs.
Florence Johnson, Mrs. Banham,
Arthur Banham, Miss Ethel Ban-
ham, E. G. K. Deverill, E. D.
Murdoch, Mr. Thompson and Mr.
and Mrs. Edmondson.
VVaimea Mrs. Geo. Ewart,
Alexander Lindsav, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Hofgaard, Miss Esther Hof
gaard, E. E. Mahlum, Mr. and.
Mrs. T. Brandt. Dr. and Mrs. F.
A. Lyman. Mr, and Mrs. C. H.
Dye, Mrs. Helen E. Hansen. Miss
Dorothy Whittington, Misses Meta
and Wilhelmina Mengler, Mrs. A.
Brodie, Mr. and Henry C. Brown.
Kekaha Mr and E. A. K mid-
sen, Miss Smith. Mr and Mrs, W.
Shultze, Mr. and Mrs. W. Dan
ford (Mana), Mrs. S. D. Heapy
(Mana) Fred H. Aaser, A. G.
Hime, Mr. and Mrs. James W.
Donald and sister, and Mr. and
Mrs, Fred Dyson.
CYRIL 0. SMITH OH
WILLETT a GRAY
Following 's a o u t of the report
of C'rilO. Miiitli, head of the work
of the Summer School at its recent
se si n: ,
TheM'erritonal Summer School
opened on Jul 6. 1915: for a nine
leeu day session and one hundred
and thirty registered before the
opening morning, These students
were placed in four divisions ac
cording to their different require
ments, and a list orbited' in ad-
Willed & Gray, the New York
sugar authorities, in their last let
ter (which, bv the Wjiy. however,
was written prior to th recent ad
vance in the price of -sugar) have
the following to say relative to
A hurricane passed west of Cuba
and struck the Gulf Coast in the
vicinity of New Orleans, doing
some damage there.
"If the cane refined is to hold
vance of the opening. As the its usual markets nt this s.asor.",
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Maying
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 pastrv a new fiakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richnessat smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
In tub Circuit Court of thk
Fifth Circuit. Territory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
KAZO TOKUSHIMA, Deceased.
Order of notice of hearing peti
tion for allowance of accounts, final
distribution and discharge,
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Bishop Trust Company,
Limited, a n Hawaiian corpora
tion. Administrator of the estate
of Kazo Tokushima, late of Ka
paa, Kauai, deceased, wherein it
asks to be allowed the sum of
$291.40 and charges itseif with the
sum of $1052.25. and asks that
the same be examined and aporov
ed, and that a final order may be
made of distribution of the prop
erty remaining in its hands to the
persons thereto entitled and dis
charging it from all further and
future liability and responsibility
under trust, as such Administiator.
It is ordered that Saturday the
6th day of November 1915, at ten
o'clock A.M. before the Judge of
said Court at the Court room of
said Court at Lihue, Kauai, afore
said, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place
for healing said petition and ac
counts, and that all persons inter
ested may then and there appear
and show cause, if any they have,
why the same should not be grant
ed, and may present evidence a
to who are entitled to said prop
Dated, Lihue, Kauai, T. H.,
Sept. 28th. 1915.
(Sgd.) Lylb A. Dickey,
judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Oct. 5-12-19-26. Advt
Queer Mailing Idea
Says the Honolulu Star-Bulletin:
A letter has come to the Promo
tion Committee from Lihue, which
'Referring to the article in yes
terday's Star-Bulletin regarding
your objection to having Hawaii
listed as a foreign country i t
might interest you to know that
per same mail a parcel was receiv
ed from a latge Ohio firm (manu
facturers of the Columbia batter
ies), to which a customs declara
tion was attached; surely it is time
the postal authorities wete taught
different, The Brown Shoe Com
pany of St. Louis also affixed a
5-cent stamp to a recent letter,
notwithstanding they send a regu
lar traveling agent throughout this
territory each vear.
"Yours very truly,
"H. S. Barclay.".
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST
P O.Box No 594
S Passenger 1916
Model Oldsmobile for
Hire at all Hours.
Tel. 37 L
teachers arrived,- ihev were band
ed copies of this li.t and a pro
gram for all four divisions, and
then had merely to look through
this register to finrl out to which
division they had he.-n assigned
The program then told them the
first subject f r the day and the
room to go, and bv eight-thirtv all
were at work, By the end of the
session, 189 had registered for
regular and special courses, while
from 131 to 136 were taking the
regular weekly tests.
These tests were severely mark
ed, so as not to "unduly elate"
the contestants, and the results
were as follows:
The first test was taken by 131
students, resulting in an average
of 73 .
The second test was taken by
136 students resulting in an aver
age of 76.5.
The third test was taken by 132e
students, resulting in an average
N o regular opening exercises
were held, as the time was consid
ered to be too limited, and to help
out as much as possible the De
partment and Summer School of
fices printed practically all the out
lines used throughout the course,
to that the students had but li'.tlr
note taki g to do. This proved to
be quite an underlakirg , but with
the help of the mimeographs at
the Marketing Division, the Expe
rimental Station and one from the
Kapaa School, and the muliigraphs
from the Department of Public In
struction, the Normal School, A.
B. Arleigh and the Kapaa School
the work was accomplished, and
over one hundred and fifty people
saved hours and hours of copying
At future Summer Schools it
will be possible, I believe, to have
all such work multigraphed in ad
vance. In tact, if the Department
so wishes it, the Kapaa School
will attend to this matter through
out the coming year, and have all
outlines ready bv July 1 to hand
to the next director.
In considering the results of the
Summer School as shown by the
percentage passed in the final ex
aminations, it must be remember
ed that a very large number of
our students were young people
just out of the grades who were
trying the "Short Cut" to the pro
tession. anil a second and even
third session will work but littl
hardship on the individual and be
to the ultimate advantage ot the
Department. The majority of these
young people come vrith the idea
of being taught enough of each
subject in 19 days to pass the 12
examinations, while, as I under
stand it, the only wav possible in
the short time at our disposal is to
give them a rapid,, though thor
ough, review of the work they are
supposed to have accomplished in
their spare time during the pre
vious year little else bein pos
sible. The practical work, both in
shop and kitchen, which was un
dertaken for the first time, proves
to have been an unqualified suc
cess. Those undertaking the shop
thev state, "its quotation in ist
cont nuo to decrease until the do
mestic beet sellers find it expedient
to withdraw fiom the extreme
Eastern markets, as has been their
custom in former years, and will
likelv be necessary in the present
season unless an unusual amount
of orders for refined come in from
Europe to relieve the cane refiners'
"Regarding the new English
tariff, until the full' text of the
bill is at hand by mail, we will
not be able to give the exact de
tails of its application. It is tvit
dent, however, that the inctease
ot duties on sugar are sufficient to
warrant expectation of some de
crease of consumption of sugar in
"Atlantic ports receipts for the
week (49.551 tons) were sufficient
for the meltings (45,000 tons),
and stocks remain about unchang
ed. "As we go to press on Thurs
day there is little to indicate much
if any change tor the better in the
sugar outlook for some time to
come. Holders continue to offer
Cubas at 3.89', but buyers remain
indifferent, theit policy being ap
panntly to buv raws on the hand-to-mouth
basis the same us the
country is buying refined.
Cuba Crop Growing.
The visible production at 2.522,
756 tons is approaching nearer to
last year's production of corres
ponding date 2.566,232 tons. The
deficiency is decreased to 33.476
tons bv the slightly larger receipts
of 7538 tons this week, against
last year's 5000 tons. Exports
are moderate at 18.659 tons, of
which, accordingly to Mr.Himley,
286 tons are for Europe, with the
balance for the United States At
"Stocks, in consequence, show
oulv a small decrease and continue
large for the season of the year
291,229 tons, against 120.000 tons
last year. A remarkable circum
stance i n connection with this
large stock of 291,229 tons is that
it is practically all unsold, it is
estimated that only 30,000 tons
are owned bv American refiners
and England. Once Central con
tinues to work, the same number
as last week. Weather is reported
as unsettled, but as no unfavorable
factors have as yet been mention
ed, the crop must be making fav
orable progress and growth."
Sydney T. Carr, salesman of the
Hawaiian Electric Company, com
pleted a tour of. Kauai last week,
accompanied by a pump engineer
from the States.
strong point has been made of the
fact that a large varied assortment
of tools is not at all necessary for
the work first produce results
w ith but six or seven of the sim
pler tools, worked on the school
veranda, and if success follows,
equipment will undouttedly be
The kitchen work was the most
excellently managed by Mrs,
Otremba and the lunches served
clearly demonstrated what could
work had 8 models to complete, j be accomplished in the way of low
and these became the property of j eriug the present high cost of liv-
Ihe amount taken in, $118.-
j ings of these models were made by j rent lunches a day, and these were
Mr. Creevey, and the blue prints greatly appreciated by all. Those
from them w ill be available for , who took this course under Mrs.
schools having even the smallest Otremba are, I believe, now fully
equipment of tools. Right along competeut to go out into the fitld
'throughout the course a very and carry on the work.
: the schools to which such teachers , ing.
were assigned. Excellent draw- 15, gives an average of 124