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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, January 25, 1916, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESJDAY. JANUARY 25. 1916
(By J. M. LyJgate.)
Fisherman and others feniiliar
with the little haven of Nualolo on
the Napali coast with be interest
ed in-the following account writ
ten nearly one Hundred years ago
by Hiram Binhanir following a
visit to the spot. Auk. 2, 1821.
"It would seem that some hun
dreds of natives live in, this for
bidding part of the Island'.'- the
Napali Se2tion-"subsisting doubt
less chiefly on fish. They -pass
from one neighborhood to another
in canoes. Here about halfway of
what the natives 'call the Pali' we
landed where on acre or two of
sterile ground, bounded on one
side' by the ocean, and environed
on the other by a stupendous cliff,
nearly perpendicular, forming at
its base a semicircular curve,
which meets the ocean at each end.
In the middle of the curve, a stu
pendous rock rises to the height,
I should say, of about 1500 ft.
Near one end of the curve the rock
projects 50 ft from its base, and is
here about 300 ft high. So that
10 houses of the village are built
under it and defended generally
from the rain and tempests, and
always from the direct rays of the
sun, till some time in the after
noon. The cool shade of this
rock, when we were there, be
tween 10 and 11 o'clock, extended
more than 100 ft. from its base.
Never was I so forcibly impressed
by any scene in nature, with the
force of the sacred words.' A hid
ing place from the wind: a covert
from the stotm: as the shadow of a
great rock in a weary land". The
highest part is called the Five Pa
li. Here the natives sometimes
exhibit their fireworks at night, as
they did a few nights since, when
the Kings lodged there. Along a
winding difficult ascent, which
m Commences by a rude ladder hang
ing over the sea, they climb to the
very semmit, and throw off fire
brands, or torches, ingeniously
constructed, which sail off to a
great distance and fall in the ocean
below. This is a very popular re
sort for fishing and when we were
there were no less than 70 men
and women engaged in that pur
suit, mostly using Auhuhu, or fish
poison, a leguminous plant which
they bruise and throw into the
waters about the reef. The poison
intoxicates the fish, which can
readily be secured, either by net,
or the open hand."
Taken from The. Missionary
Herald for Aug. 1822.
The following letter has been
sent out by the Marketing Divi
January 14, 1916
Due to recent heavy tains the
supply of eggs is short and the
price has advanced. Duck eggs
have also advanced.
I Poultry of all kinds is a little
more plentiful but is meeting a
good sale at good prices. Consign
ments o f Muscovy ducks and
young chickens are wanted in par
Vegetables are high and will
probably eontinue so, due to heavy
rains. There is good sale for red
beans at $4.50 to $5.00. with very
few in the market. Oahu cabbage
is commencing to come in. The
quality is good and also the sales.
Sweet corn is in demand as usual,
A large shipment is expected from
Molokai Sunday mornlngj There
are very few island Irish-potatoes
in the market. New island Irish
potatoes are selling well at good
prices. Kti u a i grown madeira
sweet potatoes are coming to be
the most popular sweets in the
market. The price of tomatoes is
high due to wet weather.
The Division needs consign
ments of limes at the present time.
Prices are good. The market for
pohas is getting better. Straw
berries are coming into the market
and are bringing good prices. The
(Special Washington correspondence of "CHE
Washington, D. C. Dec. 26.
The attention of members of Con
gress is being called by letters from
ministers in various parts of the
coitiittv to the necessity for taking
better care of the lepers to be found
in the United States. It is re
presented that there are two official
leoer eolonies in the United States,
one in Massachusetts with ten in
mates, and one in Louisiana with
ilO. , In addition there are known
to be from one to three lepers in
each of sixteen other States It is
urged that funds be appropriated
to establish a National Lepro
sarium. where the unfortunate vic
tims of the terrible disease of lep
rosy mav be given humane and
careful treatment and afforded
comforts from which they are now
debarred through lack of funds
and organization. Such an insti
tution would, its proposers con
tend, serve to eliminate the danger
which now esists of the spread of
A new cooking room and work
shop at Waimea and a new cook
ing room at Kleele school will
probably' be among the results of
the recent visit of Superintendent
Kinney to the Kauai schools. The
building at Eleele at present
used for instruction in cooking
and manual training will be used
for the latter purpose only.
A new school building was de
cided upon for Makaweli, to be
built during the coming summer.
The Superintendent was much
impressed with the need of a new
building at Kilauea, and that im
provement will be undertaken
with as little delay as possible.
Mr. Kinney was delighted with
the new site for tke Mana school,
which is a great improvement on
the old site.
Plans will be undertaken at once
for removing the llaena school to
a nearer point.
Steps will be taken to secure
more land at the Kapaa school for
use as a play ground. The effort
will be to get two or three acres
directly across the road from the
A resident in Hawaii since 1883
and a kamaiina known all over the
Islands, Ernest Knapp died in the
Queen's Hospital vesterday morn
ing at nine o'clock, after a short
illness. Funeral services will be
held at three o'clock this afternoon
in Williams' undertaking parlors,
Nuuanu and Vineyard streets. The
body will be cremated after the
services. Knapp was a native of
Germany and sixty years old. Un
til about two years ago he was
connected with the Lihue Planta
tion Company, Kauai. During the
past two years he was employed
at Heeia, this island, as a stable
man, with the Kaneohe Ranch
Cempany. A stepdaughter, Mrs.
Otto Ludloff, survives the deceas
ed. Honolulu Advertiser.
supply has been cut short by the
The prices of dressed meats re
main about the same, as well as
those for live hogs. There has
been no change in the hide market.
Producers having anything to
ship to the Marketing Division
should fill out blanks and mail it to
the Divison at the earliest possible
time. . Be sure to give all the infor
mation requested, in order that
produce may be marketed to the
A. T. I.ONGLV,
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Newest.Cbotest Hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street Honolulu
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P O.BoxNo.594 Honolulu
We no;i1ly pack and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
YOU will always roini'inlH'r your trij
TIIK AMKK1CAN CONTIXKNT
If von travel via
ThtTScenic Line of tin; World
Feather Uiver Canyon and the
Denver & Rio Grande
FRED L. AVALDROX, I.TI).f Ajjentf
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of thr
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
are severe on
Get the best!
Nettleton, for men
Regal,ior men and women
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REGAL SHOE STORE
A No. 1 saddle horse, broken to I
drive. Address, P. O. I5ox 124, ; i
Lihue. Advt. ;
Kauai ladies visiting Honolulu'
should call at Hie Fleur de I.ls
(under Blaisdell Hotel, first door !
in Chaplain lane) for hairdressina. j
shampooing, manicuring ami scalp 1
E UIM I
. . MORGAN
'Copyright Hart ScbaMnct It
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu. j
MORRIS & COiVIPAMY
Packers and Pirovisioners
Have appointed lis Ihc.i agents m th
Wo carrv a i ompiete sto-.-k of tlitir go.ds.
and solicit Island correspondence.
P. O. Box 595 74
KT 25iSfttf?f it-Mi
OKDKK A HON I'"
Haas's Delicious Candy
"ALWAYS I UK-I1"
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
Jlox ll'i'). Il'iini'.ulr
Assorted CIiiu'oImIi's aii'l linn linns ll'ir per pound ; jl.-"
two pounds. Milk ( 'Imcoluti's ,-,Oc small In.x; tfl.nn
larjjo lios. No .Iuiil'i' for postiitc.
Kalaheo Trading Co.
M. R. JARDIN, Jr., Manager.
. Dealers In
HJJS-HUeS MFG. CO.-
Honolulu Iron Wks. Co. j
scan .sjI23&;2MiOBV' i
& CO., LTD.
Queen St., Honolulu, T.H,
Direct Current. 3 to 10
K.W.I 25 volt.
Direct Current. 3 to lQ
h. p. 125 volt. Alternat
ing current 3-4 to 10 h. p.
Sleady Blue Flame. Burner right up
under the rooking.
Cheaper tluin coal or gas.
Florence Oil Stoves have no wicks
to trim, no valves to leak.
Clean, convenient and cool.
A Full line in stock
Wriie for Catalogue
W. W. Dinond & Co., Ltd.
"The Heme of Houseware"
":-'.. iviiii; .'t.
ARE YOU A MONEY
Most every one expects to
be a money saver some lime
Some expect to save when
their income is larger; others
plan to save when their tx
peirses are less.
People w h o wait until
thev can save without effort
rareh begin at all !
The moral is: Begin reg
ular saving at. this hank
NOW. It's a simple mat
ter to stat an account here
and we pay four per cent in
terest compounded semi-annually.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
Imeniiitioind Stock. Poultry Food
and ijlbcr sjieeiultierf. Arabic for
roolinu Iron Roofs. IVtulmna In
cnluitors nnd Brooders.
King's Special Chick Food
V. O. Box 452, Honolulu
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Largest Cleaners and Most
Sauitarv Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii. '
High Class Work.
Laundry Returned by
Free of Charge
To All Towns On Kauai.
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777 King Street
Light Portable Railways
I Track & Cars
I Cut Transportation Costs
I Wet Weather Loses Its
Honolulu Office & Warehouses:
72S-7H Alakea Street