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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUG 19, 1910
A Portable Outfit for
Type A 24-in. x 12-in.
Tl lis machine is mounted on
a truck Can bo easily haul
ed nhout requires 20 II. 1.
to drive it can lie lielted to
any traction engine of sufll
e.ient power. Capable, of re
ducing from one to two tons
of limestone per hourv
Write us for information
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Queen and Alakea Sts.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying an 1 Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
Leaving Keknhn every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT TIIKIR DESTINAT'ON IN THREE HOURS
ALFRED GOMZ, Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
TAKES ORDERS VOX ALL KINDS OF
Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY I'AIK'EL POST TO
1112 UNION ST. HONOULU
Is the time to get your wardrobe into' shape
Every known f a brio takes o i a newness, a freshness and a
sightliness, under the skillful ban iling of our staff of experts who
CLEAN, DYE, M END AND PRESS
Don't hesitate to send us (lie niostjjdclieate fabric.
J. Abadie, Prop.
TIP TOP TAILORS
Makers of Dress Suit; and Business Suits,
Summer Suits md Uniforms
Clothes Neatly Cleaned and Pressed.
TIP TOP BLDG. LIHUE
Binco the very beginning of
the automobile industry, when
Michelia invented the pneu
matic automobile tire, Micbe-'
lin Tire have been (ameuS
lor their dutab'dtty.
Yet, to-day, you can buy
Micbelins for less than man
Come in and let ua tell yovj
bow you can save money bj
Mrs. .1. A. Ho'-i, Proprietor
Michclin Catlngs art just as good as Mkhclin Red Inner Tuba,
uhith ate often Imitated in coin but never In quality.
As a Matter of Information The Finger Print is Coming;
Some of the paper have cloud
ed iind befogged the issue in the
matter of the Kapau school con
spiracy, extenuating the guilt of
the conspirators, and making
light of the punishment imposed.
That the public may know just
what the facts are, we publish the
findings of the Hoard of Ednca
1. That Mrs. Uurke is to be
transferred from Kapaa and that
(die is to be appointed to a princi-
palship of some school of equal
rank, and that there shall be no
demotion either in the matter of
salary or desirability of location.
L That it be entered as the
judgment of this Hoard that the
charges preferred against Mrs.
Hurke in the printed pamphlet
entitled "I!e Transfer of Mrs.
Hurke from Kapaa to Leilehua''
have not been sustained.
.. That Mr. Prigge be punish
ed for false testimony.
4. That the Superintendent
is instructed to censure the teach
ers who are implicated with Mr.
Prigge in the giving of false testi
mony before the Hoard in the
Uurke ca.se, and also to repri
mand them for the system of es
pionage ami keeping of data con
cerning a superior oflicer.
America Sets Pace in Sugar
A study of the American ex
port of retined sugar reveals the
surprising fact that the United
States has exported more sugar
during the last live years, the
years of war than in the pre
ceeding ") years, viz two and a
half million tons as against one
The reason for this is not far
to seek. The demand for retined
sugar continued during the war,
but the European sources of sup
ply failed. A good many of the
tropical sugar growing coun
tries do as we do, ther send Mitjjr
sugar to the States to be retined.
As this producing and refining
source America and its depen
dencies, was practically the on
ly one available during the war
there was an abnormal demand
made upon it for sugar.
The fifty year record of export
amount and price, as published
in the Literary IMgest tells an in
teresting story both as to quanti
ties ami prices in the sugar busi
ness. In 1S70 only a little over 200(1
pounds was exported, price over
'2 cents a pound, and the follow
ing year it was less still ,but with
a price of 1:5 cents. Hv 1SS0 the
amount had grown to lo.OOO tons,.
ami the price had fallen to nine
cents. In lSS.'i the amount was
lL.Mi.000 tons; price six cents. This
however was a phcimminal year,
is regards amount which did not
come again till 1!1". In 1S!K) it
had dropped down to U1.000 tons,
price 7 cents. In 1!M)0 it was
! 1.000, price four and a half cents.
!!)(." saw only 11.000 tons export
ed, at a price of four cents, ami
v. iili some ups and down it ran on
'L a.! il'.al way until l!ll.", when
' suddenly jumped to UT.I.OOO
Ions, sfill af the low price of
about live cents. In l!Ht it was
Kl.ilOO tons, ami for 1!M!I it will
bcaboul P.10,0110 tons wilh a price
T seven cell Is.
It seems lhat flic most distinct
ive kind of a signature, and the
only one thai can't be forged, is a
finger print. Among millions of
finger prints no two are identical.
A man's identity can be establish
ed by his finger print when every
thing else fails. A case is on rec
ord where a man's identity was
established in this way when in
every other respect he tallied with
the description and photograph of
a criminal, and all that saved him
was the finger print, which was
It is recommended that everv
important signature be accompan
ied by a linger print impression as
a corroborating safeguard.
Some twenty years ago, or
more, a law was passed by the
Hawaiian legislature requiring
(he registration of everyone's
thumb print, and some of us coin
plied with the law. Hut Hie
Legislature didn't have the cour
age of its wisdom, ami reju-aled
the law during the same session.
We have our thumb prints by
way of souvenirs, and are a quar
ter of a century ahead of Ihe rest
of the world.
The new Kapaa Ice ami Soda
works is doing a thriving busi
ness along both lines of their dual
enterprise. It is seasonable wea
ther for ice and soda, ami every
one in thai nemhliorliooil wants
to trv it out.
Notice of Sale of
At 11 :00 A. M.. Saturday. Sep
1 ember 0th. at the front door of
the County P.uilding. at Lihue,
Kauai, there will be sold at pub
lic am i ion. the following describ
ed buildings. , property of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii :
One school building and one
teachers cottage situated on Ihe
north bank of the Huleia Kiver.
Lihue, County of Kauai. Muihl
ings are in good condition ami
were built at a cost of SL'SOO.OO.
I'pset price at sale S:;rn.00.
The purchaser shall pay the
eosls of advertising ami will be
required to remove the buildings
from their present site within 00
days from the date of purchase.
For further information see un
dei'sigm'd. (Signed I (5 .W. SAUK ,
Sub Agent Sixth Land District.
Aujr. 10, L'fi, Sent. 2
I Kauai homesteaders are taking
:idly to the new homesteaders
! ian policy. Some ten or a dozen
ppiicat ions, ami loans are in pro
cess nl' completion. Mr. Avery
f ihe Loan Hoard reports Kauai
s being more wide awake to the
benefits of the policy than any
The Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of IvMiai will receive bills
up to Sept. .'ird.iit 10 o'clock a. m..
lor furnishing all labor, tools and
and materials to be used in Ihe
of Uoails, Hridges ami Drains
throughout the new Wailua Home
Plans, specifications ami blank
proposal forms will be furnished
prospective bidders for the sum of
si 0.00 upon application lo the
The appropriation for ibis work
.1. II. MOKAdXK.
County Hoad Supervisor.
August IS, lit III.
HI! 1 1 ! K
i C. H. tlray, late of Kapaa, has
j t enured to Kauai and w ill con
duct ihe business of the Home In-
jini-iincc Company as iigenl for'
iii:ai. He will reside as hereto-!
on', at Kapaa. His intiluate
icii'. wletlfie of the Island will give
him special facility in his new
The Hoard of Supervisors of 1 1 1 -
'.unity of Kauai will receive bids
up to Seil. "rd, at 10 o'clock a. m
.nr I'nrit's'.iin.; all labor, fools and
am! materials to be used in ill.
const met ion oT a liO-l'i.nt cmic'cl
pillar trestle bridge at Xawilitvil
Plans, specifications and hian!;
proposal fci-nis will be furnished
prospective bidders for the sum el
$10.00 upon application to flic
I. II. MOUAOXK.
County lioud Supervisor.
August IS, 10 10.
AXXIK M. ItOOOK lo Farm Loan
Hoard of Hawaii, Lois OS. 00A.
i: !I!IH bblg etc. Kapaa Tract.
Kuwaihau, Kauai, Aug 1, 11H0.
CII A TTKL MOh'TGA (IE
SAHAH CFXXIXUIIAM & HSU
to Farm Loan Hoard of Hawaii,
hit in Homestead Agrmt, bhlgs.
(Kawaihaui, Kauai, Aug. .,
The Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai will receive bids
up to Sept. ."ild, at 10 o'clock a. in.,
for furnishing all building ma
terials to be used in the construct
ion of a I room teachers' cottage
at Hanalei, Kauai.
A complete list of materials
embodied in blank form of pro
posal will be furnished prospective
bidders upon application to the
. d. II. MOHAOXK.
County Uoad Supervisor.
August IS, 1J1).
Nawiliwili Garage, Ltd.
Shop and Service Dept.
lA-i ns do the following for you at a small cost at regular
intervals. It is the best insurance against large
repair bills with tin- added satisfaction
id' an ellicient ami sinooihe
LL'IWIVATIOX Drain used oil frmi Crank Case. Differ
cntinC Transmission, and Urease from Poller Hearings. Urease
Cups, etc. Clean with l.cioscne. ieiiioing all grit and excess
grease. Then systematically Oil and Urease throughout.
IXSI'ECTIO.X Wiring Connections. Unit cry. Distributor,
Hreaker Points. Spark Plugs. Uasoline, Oiling and Cooling
Systems. Check Valve Clearance. Timing. Wheels for Align
ment, Tires, etc.
TKUirr.S I I' All loose Polls, Xuis. Hraces. etc.. taking
out all Hat lies and Squeaks.
CAV.l.V Kngine with Distillate under Pressure.
'l Slitih hi Tiuir, tlr." -A,, Oiinrc of I'rrrriitioii, etc."
MAXIMKM SKUVICK AT MIXIMl'M COST
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Copyright Hrt debartner & Mux
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
HlSlif Lubrication" P
With Zerolene, the Stand
ard Oil Company offers you
a scientific service in Correct
By exhaustive study and
actual tests the Standard Oil
Company Board of Lubrica
tion Engineers has deter
mined the correct consistency
of Zerolene for your make of
automobile. Their advice and
recommendations are made
available for you in the Zer
olene Correct Lubrication
Charts. There is a separate
chart for each make of car.
Zerolene Is correctly refined from
elected California crude oil. It
keeps its lubricating body at cylin
der heat, holds compression, givei
perfect protection to the moving
parts and deposits least carbon. It
is the product of the combined re
sources, experience and equipment
of the Standard Oil Company.
Get a Correct Lubrication Chart
tor your car. At your dealer's 00
eur nearest station.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
SUGAR 7.28 cts f
One of the most important duties lhat you owe vomsilf and t
your family is to make your will so ihat vmir e-i;ilc will he f
lltnl.llteil aeeordinn to your wishes. See your attorney today
and have him name us as executor and trustee.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Company, Ltd., Honolulu
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