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THE GARD5 ISLAXD. TUTSI) AY. JTSX 24, 1519
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Every Tuesday
KE55ETH C. HOPPER
He YcUej Ball Party
'ALU' A HE V.OHK OS KAUAI
T:. T,,r of ie Li; ditri'l
r.K,ru Vn'.A eIrL-re ia thi ie
,-. J.o-.ld be resid by rtrj
Tf.O 1 l.fsl f-TWn
Tie Toly lull f
teraoa on tie Mokr lava j-ror-.
ed nyre of a 3xw than tie,
; kotee erer dr-.iied of. jwae
fotty Uji zzA. 1t f Lool boy
i and c'rl tre iree-at. a well
For -3.t welfare wortr are ii dota teatiT&.
&ow "Lzged d Tritz in ari-'. Tiere were do-zj ekildrea to
oi part of tie i!x.L and hj wt fmr rj
rail oil or wut to dore tvA ' . t
if ereed ia
?.e e.:?A.r.g oj n.e 'ii-,ren iii
r.--r r The r.aio trio, cara-
r'v for Tl.e i.hr-al slid rnoril ii.tr j'N,n.-T with ter into the ' JIi
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tie half dwa or core tiool t n4 it w. Lari f-r tbe
,v..t .t. K-r ,.f Trtator to dec.de wiiti to
waUk ckevT. !?-! tr jo eidt-.j
of rift :lVitTTi, Li , Lou . to follo-r J U ; v-
f.;;, :.i'i.r.2 frorrj Wkhiron .r'Jii irifKr.trajoij of tlse wi-'
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tKit r,,i ,t r. iat ol. It s a irmy Kgtit i
to liar la ite air,
a a a '
tie ?aMilint of worker. J wr tl I !
W Lo- tl.e 6t i rt f4r tLt " to '"; "
Ltj mt oyiiiaciitT oa Kauii I k breaUiea Lae tit it kept;
arJ -:-rr.-n cf a fairs for
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Hawaiian News Co., Ud.
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tiJi:-o' it. more fouresT-
iJJ hie ore or TrAre of tt.
1 He girl wtre tot t-i eirt.!t
of mf kiA i'A kiit. lint bst tbe taitj of tie game
W? -re no-B- in Tie irii'M of tie .
j Hiake a Lit au'l Lesirtj laTji from ;
I'LiTtr aii3 a-ieit-e i are to be!
or,' ff; covzArr. fU of fc:pj
l.o;..- ir.'l extir.t Lorei'ad
er. I eoffee a a failure. aid
hlle -.i-ir bronglt relief
ei-v i;j-oiXi to tie owter.
Tie giri aL-o p-lar-i
il iiTilL't tie t5cL-!
Tiat lo oie tiozit of tLe rime
tv ' CI,TiL '-'"iaJriLg a watch it ww,; P.O. Box -52, Honolulu
. i t'-kIt 'Jix'OTer&l to be ui44.
CAUFORKIA FEED CO
Hat, Gjuv.t akd Ckicsek
Sole Agenta for
t n'-;a-t Arwc for
Kixo's Sp? Chick Food
Order It By Mail!
Our M A I f, OlII.MI DlJ-AH'IMKNT lH
tioiinlly well "i lif II""'11" " y"l,r ,)r"
st,'l Til t wiml flioroiinlily ihi'I t oijre.
V( will )iiy ioIii' ni nil opItn of Ti ori'l
ov-r, x'' ) lli" followinK!
Miii'-ml WitNTA, Hi'1'.V l' Im, f;i;n-ware
ati'l nrli'l.n of tiiiiiiiuil wcijlit. nn'I mall
Non-MilMe! Alroliol, Strychnine,
Rat poion, Iodine, Ant poi.on, Mer
cury Ant!rplic T1)lt, Lyiol, Car
bolic Acid, Gaioline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poitonout or in
If your ordor in viry Imhvv or w mi hum inueh
liquid, w! miikkihI llmt you lmv! it nt by
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Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
"Service Every Second"
Box 426 Honolulu
The Rexal Store
i'"'' ip-idiillr elutriated. 0-tl'-k 'and time to tboo eT-rr-
I bo'v L'.re to dicker and tonjei
a;! i.Vrr' qiar:rs to.k Ti-ir
j,li-. A few of tif-wr original! it
pif- -Tiii r-r,in. ,rji 'ine .in:
n.-ei-'jonal to TJje loiij o: an
ab.urd and r,re.i.ir;g l-reju-di'-e.
Tf.e owr,-r of tii plare. a
riari of -n;e considerable r;ean
Jjiid jiiTel3iger.ee. cieriied a bitter
I bra;i-. 'i.'jtiJ f,;ja:3v it r -ritr;-nT agai:it tie all preril-
u.g of ."Tjgar. and resisted
Tie -iriie by every rxiearj in Li
j.-'iw-r. He for;3.T a movt KTrentj
o)j b'jt Ioir.g ?ii:iT w, long a be
lived, and Ti-n j.rovide'l for a con-tirnan'-e
of it after Li death, bv
an injunction in ti win inati
rj; to ;.'.e To go np '3iere and ef
for rr.;."-:f. And ier Le finally
j,ro;w-d '!..; I 'o ba'-k with hiin
iha' t.'gt.t. (j-. Ford 'onveyan'e.
a no -AO'jid iin.-e'if -how rne Li
K,'-r,.;i-:;. it jr. very 1 t. 1 wan
only Tof g.''i to a'-'-ejiT.
f.e H '.y 'o V'A'-nno
He had rio;. and manv er-i The land II
All declared they Lad b2d a
fine time and wanted to do it
The Methodist Centenary
1 aw tie begniiiLg of for
es gn rai.Khionary work by tie
Jlethodi-t.chnreh- Tie work was
begnn among tie Indians of North
America and today tiere is not a
land nor a neorde in all tie world
where it njiionane have not
r n-i to oerforni. that we did ' M' " l?; "f1 ' . or
i.n nan j,a i,e, rx ,jf ratK tlj( mvTj&h -
riOT get a way
it wa a mort tjeauTilul alten.oin, midrt of a wilderne that was
with a clear -'jn linking in the; once a wonderful garden.
w-eT, and a clear, full moon rifcinjr A little farrier on we patd
in The ei,r. and a fine macadam ; the deserted Warren place, the
rod under : foot. With a few "f tragedy, or fupjl
. . ! tragerl-. that was unearthed and
quick tnr: we s;I out of Hilo,; ljro;Jjt to trial rnar,v vean,
pant the Mient and idle, waiting . afU.r jtM enactinent, and that filled
Waiakea mill, info the new Hilo! the paj-r a year or so ago.
that in to be the Hilo of the; fa(atini Surnrfr ll',mn
homesteaders, rapidly springing j TJj(; ,.5, KJl,0iation 8swfl
into l-iic' under the hand of tbe j ,fl(.r bous.-s in the vicinity of the
hurried contractor. 1 volcano continues. Every w:ason
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77c ll;wt"id t. ilij 7. " : ' r" 1 "
1 mm a'j'iecj to tne niigratory com-
mtinitr. The latest is to be a
One hundred and thirtv-five
honn h (wort or les-; to x: ctcauA
in tl e wilderness, or rather in the
abandoned cane field, and to le
crea'i-d just as immediately as
was by any means possible, as
there were only two days, left of
the stipulated time. Every man
that could drive a nail ,or even
thought he could, was on the job,
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,. ,n ,r. -i - pw. . T coriimemorate this ach-
cane rs- grown on anv of hisi - ... v . . ,
, . . . levement the church 1 holding
land. The continence is that ... c.v.;.. t
thr? )'3if and irron . it.- i
educational. medicaL industrial
and religion work will be featur
ed bv native peonies from all it
iniion station throughout tie
The centenary program call for
one million tither. one million
intercessors, one hundred thous
and life service dedication and
tie raising of one hundred and
twentv million dollar to rehabili
tate and prosecute it missionary
enterprise throughout the world.
Latest rejs-jrt from the mainland
tell of the assured succes of the
movement in all its department
For thi movement the Terri
tory of Hawaii i asked to raise
seventeen thousand dollars and in
return will get during the next
five years for tie expansion of it
work here the sum of six hundred
and thirty thousand dollar. The
, asking for thi Territory, the fi-
t O 4-
Tanntv tro elegant rooms
la Ms;a hulldlrn
Thret Airy Cottages
Cnivlne unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr,
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Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of aD Descriptions.
The right Kind of
We have the hdvnt and most beautiful designs
of the season's oflcriiiRS - with Prices right.
Let us send you samples - -letter
yet - Come in at your first opportunity
and look them over.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Building Materials
1C0-177 So. King Street
hundred thousand dollar resi
dence, the property of a retired
planter from Hilo, superseded
from his plantation by the Wai
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ifiii'Ti.;.i.j.:i n. . . , .... ...
. nanciai neej 01 uie nrsi lemou
r.rnk Fl'ivor Slwh MnUwtd it church in Honolulu and the
The Volcano House, strange to Mpense "t enlargement of the
1 l ii'.. 1... rr - . tt..
sav. was i,racticallv emntv. while
the '.'rater Hotel was pretty well
filled. The Oreek flavor of the
at fabulous figures, and working former seems to be very much
oveiiime at ihat. in the desjierate uolified, and but one m'xlest and
attempt lo make good and show j courteous representative remains;
that Hiev meant business, so that
and the service seems to le better,
It was already pretty well into the
edge of the evening when we got
Ihere, where Mrs. .Jagger was
awaiting us- Ho after a hurried
dinner we -bent it" for the crater.
I'lu-iiijiitiital A ftivitt
This has changed wonderfully
since I saw it hist a couple of
years: or so ago. and is now very
different from anything that 1
have ever known. After years of
i steady building up of the central
j dome, it has recently been forcibly
! lillt-liCfl 111. In hl-ftL-eri l!4f7-rel t"im.
About four miles out from town ,,art tumuli that now wall in ihe
we came to the new concrete road lakes, which occupy the ajs-x of
- a stretch of four miles of really the dome. These fakes, three of
magnihce-it road broad and! them, are connected together in a
smooth and straight, unequalled,! way, but are yet of varying levels,
I can easily believe, by anything the surfaces being tin nrettv near
else or( the Islands. It runs to the ton of the rim. I:i one i,t
tne Jam! oepanmcnt wonlu con
done any reasonable delay. The
houses, naturally are all sorts,
good, bad and indifferent. Some
of them promising to be the homes
of real prospective sugar barons,
and others, the humblest shacks
that will meet the requirements
of the law. It all looks chaotic
and unset l led as the whole home
.leader problem, and the final
prosperous outcome seems to be
some distance off, a yet.
7ic ttittl 'I lull iii o hri'nm
through the tropical forest, over
an old lava How, which, of course,
furnishes ideal solid foundation
for the concrete bed, which in then
lopped off with an asphalt macad
am surface, which takes the wear.
The M.eoiy js lhal il will last for
ever, and will never require re
building,--only the macadam sur
face will have li be renewed as it
wears out Of course a road like
thai costs a lot of money 10,000
a nine, or over, aim mere is more
or Jess: question as lo the wisdom
of a policy which sjiends such a
vast sum on one small show sect
ion, and lets the rest, more or less,
go lo pot. And we realized that
there was some basis for this crit
icism when we bumped off the end
of this dream road onto a rough
Hi retch of the steady thing, full
these, lakes, oval in shaje, there is
a fierce current running a boil
ing up at the far end, and a sweep
toward the front, carrying the
congealed skins in great cakes, in
an ever swifter race to the front,
where the walls close in, and the
liquid How at a fierce heat, plung
es ovr r a crest and down into the
tunnel that leads it off into the
lower levels 011 the flower of the
crater. At one or two points far
ther along in this tunnel there
are blow holes where the roof is
broken in, and with shaded eyes
Husanah AVeslev Home in Hono
lulu have been merged into a cam
paign for forty thousand dollars.
The home in Honolulu i now car
ing for Korean, Japanese. Filipino
and other dependent children. The
Kusanah Wesley Home was the
first of it kind to be started in
thi Territory and ha had so
many appeal of late for the ad
mittance of Oriental children
from the plantations that plans
have been made to treble the pres
ent rapacity which, will enable
them to care for about two hun
The Island of Oahu will be can
vassed by Methodists, from Hono
lulu and for the other Islands
Mrs. J. Wesley Thompson, wife of
Judge Thompson of the Iiig Island
and Mr. Klinefelter, acting super
intendent of Methodist work for
this Territory, will make the can
vass. The combined budget js
meeting with hearty favor every
where. The first subscription was
for $2,.100 from the Island of
Arrangement have been made
to take Liberty Bonds in payment
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start '.o save and
that time is NOW.
Bishop & Company
Theo. H. Davies & Co., td.
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its discharge, tumbling down a
drain pipe into the unknown reg
ion below. At the same time it is
the sources far below, so that the
jierformance is like the magic cup
that never overflow and never can
By careful measurement of
level, refcried to stationary bench 1 I
marks outside, it is evident. I'rof. iT
. . . . 1 . . 1
one can get glimpse of the swirl .Jaggar declares, that the whole
ing. while heat flow below. 'dome like mass of Halemauuia 11 j
I'rof. Jaggar said: "For the I has begun to subside, and some'
past week or so we have been j days it goes down by as much aj
watching this sort of thing, thei two feel in 1M hours. It look a1
drawing off of this lake, which is j though a great collapse was im-l
now comparatively shallow, and ' minent. '
The kindest shoe to
Made of soft kid with cush
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