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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 3, 1917
CALIFORNIA FEED CO j
Hay, Okaix and Chicken I
Sole Agent for "
IntcrniitiniiHl Stock. Poultry Food
and other HjxH-inltM'?. Arabic for
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P.O. 130x452, Honolulu
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? Jew.' f , Coc!e5t Hotel in Hawaii
fort Street Mortolulu
Perfection in Cleaning
riin lx' attiiini'l in a plant that
lias perfect modern facilities for
ciicli work. Ours, t li c largest,
most modern and iniB-t complete
establishment of its kind in the
Territory, is tin; result of many
years of "'knowing how" plus a
conscientious service and Supervi
sion that keeps customers satisfied
in perfect results.
Our work cqualsanythintf that can
lie done on the Coast, anil require?
Imi a fraction of the time for re
turninji to you.
Dveing and Cleaning Works.
I. ABADlE, Proprietor.
nve genteely quiet, rum
fortable, waterproof, and
wear 3 to " times longer tlian
leather, Put on,
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Mail orders promptly attend
.5' Fort and
tJ Hotel Sts.
Also at REGL SHOE
STORE, Hotel and Fort
Wm. Ellis, Jr.
7 PASSENGER HUDSON
For Rent at all Hours
fmri-it trade a specialty.
An Interesting Visitor '
Mr. II. A. Maefie, owner and
manager of the Kilanca Plantation,
n quarter of a century ago, lias been
guest of the Plantatfon hirmK
the last week, revisiting old places
and renewing old nsswiatons.
lie has been away some 27 years
luring which. time, great changes
have taken place on Kauai, all f
.which interested him very much. I
lie was tiiuch phased to find smie
of his old stall remaining on the
place. Especially were there half a :
dozen Portuguese or so, whom he
remembered from the old times, J
and who waited on him as a dele-:
gation of simple welcome in a very ;
touching way. !
Mr. Maefie still retains large in
terests in the Kilanca lands from
which ho derives a comfortable in
Mr. Maefie has for long years
een a resilient of Porto Ilico where
he has a coffee plantation, as wJJ
as oilier important business inter
ests. A School Event At Kilauez
The Kilauen children celebrated
I f i . I l . I.
closing uay auer ineir custom wnn
an excursion pinic to the Pih;a
Kukui grove on Friday last.
The children and their friends, to
the number all told of some 3X,
were , conveyed by railway to the
grounds by the generous courtesy
of the Plantation Management,
which always takes a kindly inter
est in the schools. Here they turn
ed themselves loose among the ruml
delights of this charming spot,
climbing the trees, swinging on the
blanches, tracking imaginary In
dians and bandits etc. together with
the more usual children's games of
ordinary life. For these latter va
rious prizes, were awarded much to
the delight of the children.
The picnic lunch brought by the
children was reinforced by generous
additions by the teachers and a
welcome gift of candy from R. A.
Maefie, former owner and manager
of the Plantation.
National Park for Kauai
We have the probable assurance
that the Waimca canyon will be a
set aside bv the federal government
as a national park. A special agent
sent out by the park commission,
lias been making a careful examina
tion of the region, and will report
recommending that this action be
There are at present 17 national
parks in the United States two of
which arc in Hawaii; this new one
will give us three, which will surely
be a generous proportion. And
strange to say ours rank among the
largest, although these be such
These parks will be generouslv
advertised as national recreation
places, winch-will doubtless remit
in bringing much tourist travel our
Uncommonly good quality bus
been given the local public in mov
ing pictures this last week. The
children, young and old, have been
delighted with the beautiful lilm're
presentation of Snow White. The
rendering of Reineo and Juliet,
Shakesperes standard classic, : was
exceptionally line, and the instruc
tive travel pictures, as always wen-
We command the character and
quality of the pictures which Fer
nandez is giving us, especially as
compaicd with the cheaper shows
,ihat are t'iven by sonic others; and
we trust, that he will l.ind. as we be
lieve he will, that the public uppre-
j r'iatcs the best.
The Fiske Quartet
The Fiske (Juartet, recommended
by tliobo, who have heard them, as
absolutely unequalled in their line,
will ho here for a few days this
They come to us as visitors, not
as professionals with designs on our
pocket books, but realizing that this
is an oppoitunity, the like of which
doesn't come to us often, arrange
ments have been made for two
grand concerts, one Friday evening
Tn -Lihue, and one Saturdav evening
in Wniuiea. Tickets for which will
he 1.M) and ') cts.
They will sing mainly the South
ern melodies (if their own home
land; melodies that stir laughter
and pathes as nothing else in the
world; they will sing ihem with
the simple charm of genial person
ality and the power of wonderful
They will be a treat; duiit you
Michelin Man's Tire Hints
A man came in here the other
day, said the Kauai Garage, who
had driven his car several miles on
the rim, a tire having being punc
f tired some distance away from
town. The walls of the casing were
scored and scraped, while the fabric
which was torn and fraved, was
broken away from the rubber, and
the beads were bacfly damaged. All
this trouble was caused bv the
squeezing of the casing between
the edaes of the rim and the
ground. Inside the casing, small
irregular shaped pieces of the tube
were adhering to the fabric. All
these evidences of abuse were con
elusive proof that both casing and
tube were badly injured if not ruin
ed beyond repair. All things con
sidered, it's expensive business,
traveling on deflated tires. It's
far cheaper to carry a spare, as
every sensible motorist does, now
a davs, but still there are a lot of
short sighted men who go along
without an extra tire, hoping that
the inevitable will never happen.
and then, to cup the climax, they
come in for an adjustment ! We
would advise everv motorist, to
read a good instruction book or.
the care of fires, such a book for
example as that issued bv the
Michelin Tire Company.
Special inducements to purchasers
will be offered for the rest of this
month and to the 15th of July,
at .1. 1. Silvas's, Eleelo Store.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINES
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Oahu
Island Southern Coast (Iff Pearl
P.trhor Entrance Torpedo Itango
Middlo Duoy and Torpedo Rango
West Buoy were temorarily diseqn-l
tinned .'on June 22, U)17. They
will be replaced in same positions
on or about July ,", 11)17 )
V & G. S. Charts 41K!, 4107, 1102.
Buoy List, l!)th District 1015, p.
15, after Peninsular Point Shoal
By order of the Commissioner of
A. E. Am.KUiK,
Inspector, litth Lighthouse Dist.
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS - Ka-1
hoolawe Island East Coast The
floating wreck of the S. S. Hama-'
kna, previously reported as an
chored about one mile otf the cas-1
tcrly point of Kahoolawe, had dis-'
appeared on June 16th according
o report of S. S. Mikahala. Pres
ence ot rising oil indicated that
wreck had sunk
By ordet cf the Commissioner of
A, E. Am.r.iK'iK,
Inspector, 19th Lighthouse Dist.
l!3 JE JT'h I k k.$
For Sale at Leading
awaii Meat Co.
Distributors Territory of Hawaii.
In the Carnegie Geophysical
Laboratory, . Carnegie Institute,
Washington. D. C, rocks a r. d
niiiurals are now being1 reproduced
bv artificial means. In prdcr to c'.o
this work the laboratory requires a
furnace which can heat to .'',0001)
Fahrenheit, and a machine which
can exert pressure to the extent of
one hundred thousand pounds per
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