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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1917,
A VOLLEY OF TRUTH
By Jim Jam Jr.
HAVE YOU READ IT?
WELL YOU MISS SOMETHING
Read It Once-
A Hiunj'lu copy for
-and Yon will Always Read It 25?.
Home New Agency Honolulu. T. II
P. O. Box 524
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Kealia, Kauai, T. II,
Following is the text of the bill
introduced in the House of Repre
sentatives, in Washington on April
inl.wlncli was referred to tne Kivers
and Harbors Committee:
or the const ruction of a breakwater
at Nawiliwili Harbor, island of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
lie it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Con
gress assembled, Thatjthe sum of
8'200,0X) is hereby appropriated, to
e paid out of any money in the
Treasury not otherwise nppropriat-
d, to bo immediately available, to
e expanded under the direction of
he Secretary of War ami the sup-
rvision of the Chief of Engineers,
for the improvement of the harbor
t Nawiliwili, island of Kauai, Ter-
itory of Hawaii, for the eonstrnc-
ion of a breakwater in accordance
. i . . i i-i i
Willi report submitted in senate
Document Numbered Six hundred
and nine, Sixty-second Congress,
econd session: Provided, That
the Secretary of War may enter into
a contract or contracts for such ma
terial and work as may be necessary
o complete the said breakwater, to
to paid for as appropriations may
rom time to time be made by law,
not to exceed in the aggregate $220,
(XX), exclusive of the amount herein
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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
To Reduce Our Stock
in Ginghams, Cotton Flannels, Suit Cases, Madeira
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For the Rest of this Month 'and to the
15th of July.
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For Cake Making
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the tasie of grease. They now are tasty and crisp,
They are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vege
table, The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions,
doughnuts, etc., merely by straining out the food
particles after each trving.
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility.
unsco always is oi me same iresnness ana consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
llie following letter indicates a
discouraging out-took for our bar
Honorable J. K. Kalunianaoh',
lMi'irato to Congress,
Washington, C. C.
We are in receipt of your favor of May
Stli Willi which you forward conic ol
several measures now iM'iidiiiK before
('onirrcss: the bond issue, conscription
hill, food bill etc., all ol each Jiavo
reached us and for which we thank you.
We observe that the Kahhl Channel
project is still kept alive throujjh an an-
propnation in the Kiver and Harbors
Kill of $50,1100, which sum, together
with an unexpended balanee from tlx
Honolulu harbor appropriation of $;(!,
(iOO, makes available lor the Kaliln
Channel work a total of $100,000.
Yon call attention aluo to an appro
priation of $100,000 in the Rivers and
Harbors bill for continuing the Ililo
'These are all very gratifying to us as
both the Hilo Breakwater project and
Kalilii Channel project are matters of
considerable importance to the .territory,
and, while in that case of the Kalilii
Channel project the sum of $100,000 is
hut a siimll item compared to the
amount necessary to carry out that pro
ject, it is at least a lieginning and eiv
couraues us in feeling that the project
will le kept alive and appropriated for
from tune to time.
We note also, with considerable regret,
that the Nawiliwili Harbor matter has
not been looked upon favorably by the
Kivers and Harbors Conmntte. This is
extremely unfortunate as the Island of
Kauai is certainly handieapied in hav
ing no safe harbor, and we had hoed
that the various representatives of our
Federal government who have been here,
and who have seen for themselves the
hardships attending the handling of pas
sengers and freights at the port of Nawi
liwili would have felt disposed to strain
every point in seeing that the Nawiliwili
Breakwater vii3 provided for. So neces
sary is a safe harbor at Nawiliwili that
the recent Territorial legislature appro
priated $00,010, to tie taken from the
loan fund, with which to begin a break
water for Kuuui, ami we wish it might
lie. in your power to call this fact to the
attention of memlx-rs of the Kivers and
Harbors Committee in the liopeH of
showing to thein that the project is a
bona tide one and not to iie classed, in
any manner whatsoever, with the so
caliel l'ork Barrel projects.
We feel resonabij sure that you have
pressed every opportunity presenting it
self in the intcrc-t of the Nawiliwili har
bor, and have absolutely no criticism to
ofl'er except that we ww the Kivers and
Harbors Committee may sooner or later
see the necessity for appropriating for
this project and framing the next bill so
that it may carry a substantial amount
for the breakwater.
With kinkest regards I am,
Very truly yours,
Raymond C. Buowv,
Kauai Stores Attention!
The Food Commission agent for
Kauai, A. II. Case, has requested
use to notify the Public that, in the
interest of marketing facilities he
will call upon the various stores of
the Island to ascertain their current
needs in the line of home grown
This will be the first and most
necessary move toward meeting
these requirements, and will be in
the. interest of the general public as
wi ll as the pioducing farmer.
July 4, 1917
RENT SERVICE DEPT.
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'1917 Packard Twin Six, 7 passenger
1912 Cadillac 5
1912 Cadillac . 4
1912 Velie 5
1913 Buick Express Body
1911 Cadillac "
1911 Overland " " 1
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C. A. Nelson, Manager.
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