Newspaper Page Text
TUB GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. JANUARY 18, 1916
APPEAR AT FETE LEAVE COMMITTEE
Honolulu Kamehamelia t li e
Great will float i n fiery robes
across the harbor of Honolulu on
the closing night of the 1916 Mid
I acific Carnival, "which will be
held from February 21 tcK26. The
Carnival water pngent is native to
the islands; no other Carnival has
an event just like it. Outrigger
canoes, manned with Hawaiian
singers and strung with fairy lan
terns, illuminated Japanese sam
pans, barges, pulling boats and
decorated floats will helt) to make
it a picture never to be forgotten.
This year there will be a pro
fusion of fireworks to add to the
beauty of th spectacle. The divi
sion of pyrotechnics has bought
the steam fireworks apparatus
used at. the Panama-Pacific expo
sition in connection with batteries
of searchlights and the display of
giant rockets, bombs, stars and
scintillatois will be put on by the
same company t,hat won so much
praise at the San Francisco fair.
WHARF S T
The Waimea wharf site matter
came up in the Circuit Court, at
chambers, last Thursday in the
form of a motion for order of pub
lication and summons, the case
being entitled Territory vs. E. A.
Knudsen, et al.
. The court ordered that the sum
mons be returnable before the July,
t916, term, and that the notice
respecting same be published in
The Garden Island for three
This suit, instituted by the Ter
ritory, is to gain possession of the
land needed for wharf purposes at
Waimea. An effort was made to
deal with the owners of the land
direct, but the suit seems to indi
cate that those negotiations failed
A New Industry
Honolulu The possibilities for
a new industry for the Hawaiian
Islands is foretold in the exhibi
tion recently of a handsome wick
er settee made from willow reeds
grown in the experimental gardens
of the Forestry Board of Honolu
lu. The particular species of wil
low is the yellow willow or Salix
Vitellina, and it was brought to
On account of enforced frequent
absence from his pest, and the fact
that he expects to be away from the
Islands for quite awhile. Hon. D.
P. R. Isenberg has requested the
Kauai Chamber of Commerce to
accept his resignation from tht
office of Kauai representative in
the Hawaii Promotion Committee.
Mr. Isenberg was appointed by the
Governor on the joint recommen
dation of the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce and Board of Supervi
sors Mr. Cyril O. Smith, whom
he tecommends as his successor,
is a member of the Kauai Chamber
and is now principal of the Royal
School in Honolulu. The body of
Mr. Isenberg's letter to the Presi
dent of the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce on the subject is as fol
lows: "I herewith beg to tender my
resignation as the Kauai represen
tative of the Chamber of Commerce
on the Promotion Committee. I
find that it is impossible for me to
attend the meetings regularly, as I
am away a good deal from Honolu
lu and expect to be away for some
time in the near future and feel
I should not hold such a responsi
ble position unless I can attend the
meetings regulaily and represent
the Chamber of Commerce, as that
body would wish me to.
"May I suggest the name of
Cy til O. Smith to you, as I believe
he will represent the Kauai Cham
ber of Commerce very ably.
"Thanking you for the confi
dence placed in me. I remain.
"Very truly yours,
"Paxil R. Isenberg".
May Be Auto Races
Thrilling automobile races are
to be made a special feature of the
1916 Mid-Pacific Carnival if the
present plans of the board of diiec
tors materialize. Arrangements are
now being made to bring several
speed demons to Honolulu, nd
Kapiolani Park, with its big race
track, has been selected as the
scene of the races. Athletics play
a prominent part on the tentative
carnival program, swimming
events, tennis tournaments, base
ball games, auto races and other
forms of sports being included.
the city in 1909 from Funchal,
Madeira. The Forestry Board is
furnishing cuttings of the speck
to all who are interested in grow
ing it for the purpose of manufac
turing artistic porch or living room
ftjffi . kt K ft,
A RF.CENT PICTURE OF KING FERDINAND. OF BULGA
RIA. WHOSE COUNTRY IS FIGHTING WITH THE
TEUTONS AGAINST THE ENTENTE FORCES
h, U rfrnffffl. Vt.V.,
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Newest.Cbolest Hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street Horkohilu
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P O.Box No. 594 Honolulu
We neatly pack and mail
Hawaii & Sooth Seas Curio
YOU will always remember youf trip
THE AMERICAN CONTINENT
If vou travel via
The Scenic Line of the World
Featlior River Canyon and the
Denver & Rio Grande
FRED L. WALDKON, LTD., AgentH
everything in the
Silver and Gold Link,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
lCrrib!iUil JcDidocr fc Mit
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
MORRIS & COMPANY
C H I C AGO
Packers and Provisioners
Have appointed us. theit ngmis in tli
We carrv a complete stock of their goods,
and solicit Island correspondent. c.
GONSALVES & CO., LTD.
P. O. Box 595 74 Queen St., Honolulu, T.H.
ORDER A HON OF
Haas's Delicious Candy
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
v iiox 4'J(i. Honolulu
Aborted Chocolates and Hon lions ti.1c jx-r pound;
two pound. Milk Chrn'oliiti'M old: Hin:tll ltox; fl.W
larue box. Nn ohavui lor poKtiw.
are severe on
Get the best!
Nettleton, for men
Regal,ior men and women
REGAL SHOE STORE
Kalaheo Trading Co.
M. R. JARDIN, Jr., Manager.
A No. 1 saddle horse, broken to
drive. Address, P. O. Box 124,
One pianola at a bargain. Par
ticulars at Garden Island ofiice.
ALUS-CHALMERS 16. CO.
Direct Current. 3 to 10
Direct Current. 3 to 10
h. p. 125 volt. Alternat
ing current 34 to 10 h. p.
Steady Blue Flame. Humor rlnht up
under the cooking.
Cheaper than coal or gas.
Florence Oil Stoves have no wlc k
to trim, no valves to leak.
Clean, convenient and cool.
A Full line in stock
Write for Catalogue
. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"The Home of Housewares"
Ti."i !injf St.
RE YOU A K
Most every one expects to
be a money saver some time.
Some expect to save when
their income is larger; others
plan to save when their ex
peuses are less.
People who wait until
they can save without effort
rarely begin at all !
The moral is: fremiti reg
ular saving at this bank
'NOW. It s a simple mat
ter to start an account hero
and we pay four per cent in
terest compounded semi an-1
I lALlrUKiNlA ftLU IU.
(Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
J International Stork. Poultry Food
I and other sptciaJtie. Arabic fot
I coolint' Iron Roofe. IVtaluina In-
I cubatorg and BrotHiers.
I P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Jt j j
Larcest Cleaners and Most
Sanitarv Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
J J J
High Class Work.
Laundry Returned by
Free of Charge
To All Towns On Kauai.
j j j
777 King Street
Honolulu Iron Wks. Co. j
Light Portable Railways
j Track & Cars
' Cut Transportation Costs
I Wet Weather Loses Its
Honolulu Otflce & Warehouses:
72S-744 Alakea Streot