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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUEP JUNE, 17 1919
For High Economy and Power Efficiency, inves-
Built in the familiar types. Simple engines in all sizes from
50 H. P. up, compound engines up to the largest size made.
Solving powr problems is our specialty,
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Queen mid Alakea Sts.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVINO AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
. ALFRED GOMEZ, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
A NEW HAWAIIAN SOCIETY
The Hui Kuumuulii is the local
Kauai Chapter of the Kaineha
ineha Lodge, organized some fif
teen years ago in Honolulu. It
is a mutual benefit and eharit
nble society somewhat after the
manner of the knights of Pythias;
for Hawaiian and for. men.
The local chapter was organ
ized a few months ago with .1. M.
Kaneakua as president.
The insignia are very effective
scarlet plush capes, simulating
the old Hawaiian alia ula feather
cloaks, for the members and
orange yellow ones for the Miners.
The local organization numbers
about 40 of the leading Hawaii-
nns of the island.
Tuesday June 17 Wednesday June 18 Thursday June 19
Eeefc Hall Waimea Hall Makaw.li Hall
Friday June 20 Saturday June 21 Monday June 23
T,P Top Theatre Kilauea Hall Kapaa Hall
Honolulu Music Go. tel.
JAMES W. BERGSTROM, Manager
p Aippico Reproducing Pianos, Knabe, Fis
her, Haines and Kroeger Pianos, Victor
and Columbia Machines and Records.
Latest Sheet Music and Player music rolls,
Pianos and Player Pianos on small month
ly payments. Pianos tuned and repaired
and rented by Jack Bergstrom, Kauai
Honolulu Music Co. td.
Telephone - - Lihue Hotel.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
' TAKES ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY PARCEL POST TO
1112 UNION ST. - -
Dyeing - Dry Cleaning - Laundering
of the better kind
'The sheerest materials yield as readily to our skill as the
sturdy unteurable kinds.
There is keen satisfaction in our excellent work.
J. Abadie, Prop. ' Honolulu
The Coconut versus the Cow
and other dairy products leads us
to iook witU more of interest aim
speculation at the coconut tree
Unit grows so readily in our umist
.J.ne cow is u. prootein nurd to
keep, expensive, uncertain, and
wayword. The coconut is easy to
keep, inexpensive aud l-eiialne
and apparently will give us a bet
ter brand ot uairy products than
A prominent American chemist
tenders the following lacts that
have been going the rounds of the
Copra is a well-known article
of commerce which is being ship
ped in large quantities from the
I'acihe Islands and other Tropical
Countries the shipments being
being made mostly to rJurope
i'his copra is simply u roughly
uried coconut meat, it contains
from iiu to 00 per cent of oil, and
tins on is substantially the same
us iue mini iais irom winch our
dairy products are made. It has
already been used to a consider
able extent in piecing out butter
-Now, it is these fats that are the
valuable aud essential part of
mnk. Very commonlv we extract
these in ine- shape ot cream or
butter and teed tne rest as skiui
milk to pigs. And if we could
put the tats back again we would
ouce more have milk. Tins has
been scientilcally done, in the lab
oratory aud only remains to be
done commercially on u paying
The coconut oil is put into the
skim-milk and they are shaken to
gether, and the outcome is milk, or
cream, ot any desirable richness.
But the practical trouble is that
it won't stay set the-oil and the
milk separate. Finally however,
after long investigation, a stabil
izer has been found a nerfectlv
harmless body, an element of
raw sugar, which will lix the cm
binatiou. This process has now
been thoroughly worked out, .a
factory has been installed, which
is now iu operation and the pro
duct is on the market.
In dealing with this product
you can get just what you want;
thin milk, rich milk, half cream,
full cream or even thick, clotted,
Devonshire cream. It tastes just
like the real thing; it is more
easily digested than the dairy
brand, and keeps belter. It surely
lias agreat future before it.
Plant coconut trees they look
better than cows on the lawn.
Summer School Notes
In his second million dollar picture
The Greatest Comedy ever
' shown to the Public.
A foot bathtub, a phono
graph, a cabbage shredder,
a drip pan and an egg bea
ter are Charles Chaplin's
lift of equipment needs when
he prepares to battle the Huns.
HAROLD LOCKWOOD in
General Admission . . . 35c Children . ,
Reserved Seats for the Tip Top 75c now on Sale at Lihue Store.
TIP TOP TAIORS
Makers of Dress Suits and Business Suits,
Summer Suits and Uniforms
Clothes Neatly Cleaned and Pressed.
TIP TOP BLDG. LIHUE
The Territorial Summer Camp
at Kilauea is remarkably situat
ed, from the standpoint of geo
graphical studies. There is no
other place on the planet that
rivals Kilauea in geographical
background. i'rofessor .lairirar.
i of the Volcano llesearch Society,
j has kindly consented to give a
series of evening lectures upon
"The Hawaiian Volcanoes and
Mountains." These will be fullv
illustrated. Miss Ruth Shaw, of
the Territorial Normal School,
will oiler two regular courses,
one in "Hawaiian (ieograph.v"
the other on "World (leograpliy
in the Light of Current History.'"
Numerous geographical field
trips will be made throughout the
summer session. Mr. Charles
Judd, Territorial Forester, has
consented to give ten courses, of
outstanding interest and value,
one. upon "Elementary Forestry,"
ami the second upon "The For
ests of Hawaii." Excursions will
be made into the adjacent forest.
K. C. Ahaua of Huleia bought a
brood bow and five pigs while in Ho
nolulu unending the Tentorial Fair.
Ahaua bought Berksliirca from Chas.
Marquis of Kainiuki. The slock ia
supposed to be registered and de
cended from imported College of Ha
i I !
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up i op i neatre
D. W. Griffith's Special Production
WITH LILLIAN GISH AND ROBERT HERRON.
, TIIK THIRD CHAPTER OF.
A Cylonic Western Seriel. Pathe Weekly News Pictorial
Thursday June 19
Most Promising new Paramount Star in
The Fourth Chapter of
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Adolph Zukor Presents
iiiiiii ii Mum miii i ii i mil
'The Secret Gaiden
HIS PARISIAN WIFE"
iftHis Parisia-u Via
She was a girl reporter on "Le Journal" a Paris news
paper, when she met the Costun Lawyer. A splindid
picture. Don't miss it.
Two Reels Comedy Sereen
Pathe Weel.ly News Pictorial