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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. SEPT. 17, 1918
Stop now,-when the Allies are on the very edge of victory?.
Stop now,-when the German armies are being forced back on every
Stop now,-when the morale of the Huns is breaking?
Stop, -when America's strength is just beginnings
Not though the cost were a thousand times as great,
-not though we go without every pleasure,
-not though all luxuries are taken from us, and naught but the bare needs of
life are left.
For it is NOW that the decision - victory or defeat - is being made.
It is NOW that the UNLIMITED supply of all the things that soldiers
fight with, and on, and in, MUST BE ON HAND.
It is NOW that you can do your little share again, in providing the money
to buy those things, by investing in Liberty Bonds of the
Do not wait for the urge of
the solicitors. (Jo, without
wuiting to be asked, to a
bank, plantation office, ov to
the Liberty Loan Head
quarters at the Hank of
Hawaii, Lihue H ranch, on
Sept. 20 and 21
and subscribe for Bonds of
the Fourth Liberty Loan.
Batiks will be open on Sat
urday morning to receive
subscriptions only, even
though it is a holiday.,,
Clot your name 'on the
"Honor Koll." Let your ex
ample put enthusiasm into
the beginning of the earn
paign. Liberty Loan
Liberty Bonds are the safest
kind of investment security.
They are not speculative.
They are secured by all the
resources and riches of the
United States of America.
Bonds of the Fourth Liberty
Loan will bear interest
at 4V4 per cent. They will
most likely be in denomina
tions of $:o, ?100, ?500,
?1000, and upwards.
I hereby pledge myself to subscribe for Liberty
Bonds of The4th Liberty Loan on (Sept. 20)
(Sept. 21). Honor
Write in name of Bank or Plantation
and wish my name Included on the "HONOR DAY
(You must sign your formal application either Fri
day or Saturday in order to be an Honor subscriber.
This pledge alone is not sufficient.)
Campaign Begins Sept.
ends Odt. I 2
ON "HONOR DAY."
This space donated by the Associated Bankers and
ALL WOUK (ll'AUANT KKD
j NOSAKI I
Back of Bishop Bank
t CALIFORNIA FEED CO
Hay, Grain and Ciiickkn
Sole Agents for
International Stuck, Poultry Fnm I
and other HiMH'iultie?. Arabic fur
cooling Iron Hoofs. Pctultiiim lu
cybatnrs and Brooders.
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, ' Honolulu
Kauai Steam Laundry
Washing and Ironing
Kapaa : : P. 0. Kealia
The personal writing machine
i Strong, light, convenient. I
Weight without carrying case, T
(i lbs. Price S.jO. ' I
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
4. Honolulu Young Hotel Bldg.
EVERYTHING in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
MkKCHANISK OE TI1K
Best Qi'Ai.tv ( )n;.v.
Leading I ri.ni- s.
O. Box M2 Hoimhrii
AN HISTORIC OLD PLACE
One of the Interesting old historic
places that the people nowadays know
little about is the old Bertleman place
in KooUu, within the confines ol Kila
uea plantation. It is quite a little dis
tance mauka of the Government road
from which it may be located by the
t:Ul Norfalk Island pines which there
tjwer above the surrounding trees.
Twenty-five or thirty years ago it
was a place of much artistic charm,
Loth natural and artificial, the ruined
remains of which suggest how pictur-
esuue it must once have been.
The fine old trees of many varle
ii.. nf them rare, indicate the
taste and intelligence of the owner
while the ruins of an ornate fountain
in the middle of the garden, recall the
artistic sense of a century ago.
Another interesting relic of bygone
times is an old whalers' try-pot, five
feet or so in diameter, such as the
whalers used for trying out whale oil.
and afterwards used by the early
sugar mills in the open train manu
tacture of sugar.
The house has evidently undergone
more or less reconstruction to fit it
fcr plantation use. but the old part of
it is evidently much the same as it
was in its prime, and still sound and
fairly comfortable though of course,
from our point of view, the rooms are
small and somewhat dingy..
INSECTS IN CEREALS
The only safe method of preventing
insects, worms or bugs from develop
ing in your cereal is to heat the cereal
as soon as it is brought into the house,
the Food Administration states.
By cereals is intended all wheat
flour substitutes and all meals and
breakfast foods. Goods bought in
sealed packages have been sterilized
during manufacture and need not bo
aterilized'again if the package has not
been broken or punctured.
Heating is done in the oven at a
temperature of 185 degrees F., and
should continue for 45 minutes. Be
careful not to overheat the cereals.
NAWILIWILI GARAGE TO CHANGE
During the warm weather the house
wife will encounter trouble with in
sec,ts in cereals, which if not properly
attended to will mean a serious waste
of food and make it difficult once the
insects become numerous to keep
them out of food products in the house
The new garage opened up at
Kapaia by a Japaneso company of
whom the well known and popular
' Billy", formerly with Kauai Garage,
Is the manager, Is now ready for
It is reported that a deal has been
consumated whereby the' Nawiliwlli
Garage, owned by C. W. Spitz, passes
out of his controal entirely into the
hands of the Hoyal Hawaiian Garage,
Ltd., of Honolulu. Mr. Spitz is mov
ing to Honolulu, where he has bought
a home in Pawaa, but will retain his
old home here for occasional use.
Friends are bestowing their coil'
gratulations upon the marriage of T
Matsura, the popular chauffeur of Ka
paa, to Miss S. Kimura, the capable
teacher at Kapaa public school. Both
parties are well known and held in
the highest esteem of the community.
The bride has decided to continue her
duties at school, which she has so
ably fulfilled in the past.
EXPORTS OF DEEF AND
PORK FROM UNITED STATES
Make the ..I 1
Tlicy're respectahle if tlic.v'ie
Exports of beef from the United
States during the mouth of June to
taled 92,173,000 pounds, of which 9
percent went to the United Kingdom.
France, England and Belgium. The
monthly average of beef exports for
the three years preceding the war was
Pork exports for June totaled 1C9.
331,000 pounds, of which 83.5 percent
went to the allies. Tho average
monthly exportation of pork fur the
three years preceding the war were
The amount of pork products re
celved in England enabled that coun
try to lift the restrictions on the con
sumption of bacon.
l neat mill clean
t Cleaning and Dyeing i
will make tln in Iik lil i- new