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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. NOV. fi, 1019
The Japanese Navy
Rendeis Good Service
Thanks to the courtesy of tho
Shinpo Sha, the Kauai Japanese
paper, this office is in receipt o tlie
fine war supplomctit of the "Yorodu
Choho" a Japanese paper published
in Tokio, which claims the law at
circulation in the Par Mist. This
supplement in ccmnioniorutivo of its
9.0110th issue. It id sinnificent thai
this supplement is published in Kus
lish and Trench tliou.sii the articles
are mainly if not wholly by Japanese
Among others there in a compre
hensive article on "Japan's Naval Aid
to tho Allies," by vice Admiral To!ii
nai, which Is of special interest to us.
Tho operations involved in this i.id
run all the way from the Cape of Ciood
jjfope to Capo Horn, including the
Indian Ocean, the North and South
Pacific and tho Mediterranean.
While much of (his work has been
of the quiet, undranmtic kind, char
acteristic of the faithful poi :ceman on
his beat, and known to be always
there, it has been none i'ae less ei'i
eient and salutary. We may probably
thank the shadowy presence of the
Japanese fleet in our waters for our
escape a few months a;;o from the
disastrous . ravages of the "SoadLr."
Tho effectiveness of thia servii c de
pended not so much on cagacbig the
furtive enemy as in cutting him off
from his base of supplies, and thus
driving him to port through sheer
starvation and fuel shortage. Thus tho
Geyer was interned in Honolulu, and
the Prinz Eitel in an Americ .11 p ,rt.
In addition to this offensive work,
the Japanese navy has been carefully
protecting the lines of commerce
wiihin this vast zone, and has done
this so effectively that there has been
no break and no falling off in the
world's commerce in these regions
because of the dread of enemy activ
ity. :Save Food:
COMPARED VITH HAWAII
It is significant that Kauai's quota
for the 1'nited War Work drive is the
same as that of Hawaii, vi.:if20,0iK),
in spite of tho fact that Hawaii has
more than double Hie population that
we liKve, and twice the sugar output
of Kauai. The only explanation volun
teered for this unequal apportionment
is that Kauai has established a' repu
tation for giving easily.
I .:- ESSENTIAL AND
- - v --
Fond Administrator Child last Wed
ncday issued tin; following state
tiient:: "Industry is falling into class
es essential and les3 essentials;
And by essentials wo mean essentials
t; the prosecution of the war.
'In foods there are also the vitally
esai'iitial foods and t lie less essential.
i-i .'.pies meat . whaat, sugar and fats
- are e.tsen :;:!. Fresh vegetables,
perishables of many hinds, bulky,
t 'it di:p?.bl ; foods arc in a military
.-(use it.ss essoat iais. Kncourage
the boiiie and c: nip ;rari'uns for home
"Tim fcni'.iil year of our p.trtici
paiion in the war brings us a broader
pl'-iii of fi.od conservation. Not so
much emphasis on this particular
item ai.d tli't, but a steady pressure
4 i- $ J ! 4 4 4- 44 4
in all directions The most careful
and thrifty conservation, tho elimi
nation of every type of waste, these
are our principles which must be
observed, our standards which we
must measure up to.
"We cannot ship seventeen million
tons of food out of the rouniiy and
not continue to conserve food. Wo
ca nard increase oar last year's food
e::po;ls to the Allies by fifty percent
;.nd not continue to cut down our
"The need is wry freat, our obli
gation plain. To supply the essential
food", to the 12J million people in
liurope now arraigned against Ger
many is our present task. This is a
duty of necessity, humanity and
honor. We will fulfill :t."
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The Kauai Fair Price Committee, appointed by the United 'Hates Food
Administration, issues the following list of commodities showing the lowest
i. ad highest cost an 1 selling prices of the stores on the Island. The prices
were compiled from lists sent in by fourteen different litotes.
Whert Four, 40 lb. bag
Vi'h'-at Flour, 21 lb. bag
Victory Flour, 'l.l lb bag
'.alley Flour, buik. per lb
i'.ac Flour, bulk, per 1!)
urn ?deal. bulk, per li)
SI .lied O.xIa. standard pkg.
n'.-e, Ila.v. aiian. .p r bag
Kite. Hawaiian, bul it, per lb
Tt if e, Japan, per biu;
nice. Ja;': n. bulk, per lb
Iteans, while, per lb
Ileans, Jlaul red, per 11)
P 'la toes, s-.weet ,
Cheese, A.n rieau fall cream ......
Mil''., cvapor ated. l(j oz. can
Ceia!e:ise,l mi:k. Eagle, can
Lard Compound, No. 3 can
Ciisro, large (i lb can
Canned Salmon, No. 1, pink, can
Canned Salmon, No. 1, med. red, can.
Canned Salmon, No. 1. Kockeye, can.
Sardines, No. 1, oval, tomato, can. . . .
Sardines, domestic, small can
Cinned Tomatoes, standard 2i can.
Corn, standard No. 2 can
Peas. Ptarelai'd.No. 2 can
Cornell llecf. No. 1, can
Ham, v. bote, lb
Paeon, whole, lb..
Sugar, washed, per lb
Sugar, granulated, per 11)
Prunes, per lb
it Cost Price
. .0216 .05
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Tuesday, Nov. 5
Til' )M.S II. IN( i; I'liKSKNTS
TL - HI
DOR O.THY D. ALTON
in Love "e"
tii k n.ri':i:sT iioi.::-: ou! ti I v daipon mas vet
TAKEN TNHEi: '1 III- t !!. ! )INT P.ANN IIEIt
DI.Mi'I.E- HAVE A (iUEA'l DlSl'I.AY.
Tin;!:E is a vi:i;v rinin.EiNt, moment in this
PLAY WHEN lui;t)il!Y I 'A '.TON" ASSUMES THE
OTilr OK 1 1 E 1 ! IH. STAND'S ,-1,-TEi:.
i.'ih ('latp er of the "HIDDEN HAND-'
I'ATHE WEEKLY NEWS I'i TOUI AL THE Wt.r.I.D Pill-OLE Yol'L i.Yl S
Wednesday, Nov. 6
Willi nn All Star Ttiaimle Cast .
Till: STOUY OF THE ADVENTl'LESS WHO FELL IN LOVE.
"Her Nature Dance" A Mack Sennet Ccn?cdy
PATIIE WEEKLY NEWS I'ICToLiAL-THE Wolil D P.LIIOLE YOFH EYES
Saturday, Nov. 9
ENID BEN NET!
THE TRUSTEE THAT NEVER DIES
The Kxccutor that is never sick.
Hie Administrator that is always on the job, is tho
Hawaiian Trust Company, Limited
authorised by law to act n3 Executor, Trustee, Administrator
You Know You Ought to Make a Will
Why Not. Do It Now?
Appoint this Company as Kxecutor. Consult our Trust Department.
Write to us or come in and talk it over. This will place you under no
.VISITORS TO HONOLULU
aro invited to call at our olllccs and see the strongest and most up to
date SAFE DEPOSIT VAULT in the Territory of Hawaii.
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v s-'-r . .-V:
The Door to This Vault Weighs Twelve Tons
JEST AS JOLLY AS Till: NAME IMPLIES. TI'E IIKUI-
LKilllS OF THE HEROINES SENSE OF IH'MolI A i ! E
THKOWN ON THE AilSFUD CONVENTIONS OF A "ONE
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ELEELE, WED., NOV. (!;
SAT., K A PA A, MON.
K K A 1 i A ,
Naughty, Naughty" program will be also shewn at
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OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS
K. P. TKN'N'HY, President
KA J. H. GAIT, Vice-President
C. II. COOKK. Vice President
C. II. ATHKUTOX, Vice President
II. II. WALKER, Treasurer
S. (1. WILDER. Secretary
RAXXEY SCOTT, Asst. Treas.
P. W. JAMUkSOX. Asst. Treas.
P. K. McLEAN. Asst. Sec.
R. II. ANDERSON. Director
CEO. I. I3ROWN, Director
V. C. ATIIERTON. Director
J. D. McIXERNY, Director
Seciion 947, ?. L. If 13,
prohibits the v.:e cf
Public Drinfcing Cups
in public places, and carries a
fine of not less than $100 for
Why Run th IV I.?
In war or in peace
The l!"':ll Slide y,m luiy to
day ha the -alne ."ta.nlarcl
(Hialily it held l foie the war.
ltV l!:e shoo yei can al
ways rely on for iipp aiance
and wi a r.
Mail aiders u si ci.:!ty
REGAL SHOE STORE
Twenty-t.vo elegant rooms
1 In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
t W. U. Rice, Jr.,
?4 of a cent each,
or 75c per 100-
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
House of Housewares
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Paper suar, resemblint; thin blot
ting paper and perforated into sec
tions tho size of postage stamps, is
a new English commodity. Each
section is supposed to be sufficient
for a cup of tea. When dissolved a
thin layer of unsized paper remains.
11 Tl T:
Newest.CooIest Hotel in Havaii
Fort Street. Honolulu
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 Ul MERCHANT ST.
P. O.Box No; 594 Honolulu
I We n.'a'lv pack and mail
Hawaii &. South Seas Curio
Kauai Steam Lsundry
Washing and Ironing
Kapaa : : P. 0. Kealia