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THE GARDEN ISLAND.TUESDAY. SEPT. ,33, 1,919
For all. kinds
are Petroleum Lubrica
tion Oils refined espe
cially for designs of gas
and steam cylinders
Your dealer has it or can get it
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
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Kokoiki Water Pjlikia Settled
Kapaia Garage Co.
Automobile Repairing And
STORAGE BATTERIES REPAIRED AND RECHARGED
Telephone 2A L
I. O. Box 23G
White Neolin Soles with low
These shoes aie neat and fashionable and one of the best shoes
for general wear on the market today.
Manufactures Shoe Store
1051 Fort Street, Honolulu, T. H.
When in Honolulu
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Running water In every room; rooms
singly or with baths; comlortable beds;
close to best restaurants and all car
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Ccatrally located la Ibc tkcalrt aMsaaeBtaf eealera.
J. F. CHILD. Proprietor ''
J. I. SILVA, Prop.
ALWAYS LEADS IN LOWEST PRICES ON
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Mens Furnishings, Cigars and
Tobacco, Notions of all kinds.
MAIN STORE, ELEELE,
PHONE 72 W.
Since the enforcement of the
prohibition law there have been
fewer cases of drunkenness in 38
districts in the islands out of 40,
according to reports made at a
meeting of the Anti-Saloon league,
held recently at the Y. M. C. A.
In the other two districts the con
sumption of liquor has increased
during the past year.
The work of Judge Horace W.
Vaughan, S. C. Huber, United
States district attorney, and J. J.
Smiddy, United States marshal,
in enforcing the law preventing
sale and manufacture of liquor,
was highlv commended by the
society, but the opinion was ex
pressed that the funds provided
by the federal government for ar
resting offenders was not 'suffi
cient. The society decided to
make an effort to secure a larger
apropriation from 'Washington
for this purpose.
The Anti-Saloon league will
meet with the Inter-Church feder
ation on Monday next, to discuss
the possibility of the latter or
ganization carrying on the work
of the league. The officials feel
that there is still much to be
done and that some provision
should be made to continue the ef
fort to stop the use of liquor. The
societv was of the opinion that
there are still a great many vio
lations of the prohibition laws,
and that thoe should be stopped.
Fish that make their home in
Honolulu harbor are soon to be
treated with a morning's morning
consisting of sluggs of copper and
chasers of various brands of
strong waters, for Col. Iloward
Hathaway, collector of internal
revenue, nas ordered mat au
stills his oflice has on hand must
be destroyed, also liquor that has
been cached away in the evidence
There are stills and stills, but
the revenue office probably has
the finest collection in the is
lands, due to the vigilance of the
deputies and agents. There are
tin stills and iron stills and valu
abl copper stills; there are coils
and worms and old disphans, and
felt strainers and lengths of rub
Within a few days the revenue
agents are going to take them
down to the waterfront, break
them up with sledge hammers,
and toss the mutilated remains to
the sharks. Along with the metal
will go several hundred gallons of
"swipes," okolehao, pineapple gin
and other liquors which have ac
cumulated in the evidence room
since war was declared on the
manufacturers of illicit booze.
The College of Hawaii
The College of Hawaii is enter
ing upon a year or large expan
sion and prospects for a most sue
cessful session are seen by all con
netted with the institution. Over
one hundred students are regis
tered as candidates for degrees
and all seem to be starting in with
earnestness and fine purpose.
Many are euterig the Liberal
Arts course begun this year and
leading to the degree of Bachelor
of Arts to be granted bv the Uni
versity of Hawaii. The pre-me-dical
course has attracted a con
siderable number also. A large
part of the student enrollment is
in the established lines of en
gineering, agriculture and sugar
Several changes in the faculty
are of importance. New members
have been added this year, some
of them representing additions
and other substitutions. The
chemistry deparnieut has been
strengthened by the coming of
Professor Richard Wrenshall from
Yale University. In Agriculture
John Midkyt' is a valuable addi
tion to the staff.
The engineering department is
glad to have Professor Keller
hack from the army service. Pro
fessor Purer is still retained, af
fording three engineers on the
The biological science depart
ment shows much change with
Professors MacCaughey (botany)
and Bryan (zoology) gone and
new men to fill their places. Dr.
Herbert Bergman comes to take
charge of the botany work, while
Professor Bryan's successor has
not yet been named.
The department of Romance
languages is now up to par, with
Professor Pecker ably teaching
Kokoiki homesteaders are to be
supplied supplied with water for
domestic Use from the Kohala
ditch Company's works at the
same rate plantations have been
paying, that is, between $U.50
and $10 per million gallons. Ar
rangements were made on this
basis yesterday by the Public
Utilities 'Commission, which went
to Kohala with County Attorney
Beers last Thursday afternoon.
The County will lay about two
miles of 2-inch pipe already on
the ground and attend to its
maintenance and also install
meters, subject to the approval of
the Commission. Mr. Beers said
that it is improbable the County
will use the full million gallons.
The amount will more likely be
about 500,000 gallons, he said, but
what the County does will be at
the same rate as to the homesteads.
The commission went over the
ditch Friday morning and subse-
qupntly held a meeting in the Ka-
paau Courthouse, Henry Hind
representing the Ditch Company.
Yesterday afternoon the intake
and outlets for the homesteads
were inspected. While the rate
agreed upon is a tenth less than
the Ditch Company originally
asked, there was no friction in
adjusting the trouble and the
commission expressed itself as
highlv pleased with the attitude
of the Ditch company. Tribune,
Spauish and French.
Military instruction this year
is being given to all freshmen and
sophomore men bp Captain Wu
liford. C. A. C. A coast artillery
unit is being formed among the
College students, the training to
be partly on the campus and part
ly at local Coast Defense batter
The students are much gratified
at the bright prospects for good
athletic teams; An abundance of
football material is seen among
the men and other sports and
games will be equally well named.
Miss Marie Payne has left with
the Garden Island a number of
excellent books to be sold at ri
diculously , low prices, among
which is a set of Teachers' Cyclo
pedia, in 8 volumes, and works of
fiction by prominent authors. The
books may be seen at this office.
"TelUt with Flower." P""""
Fort"t2L Straus Flowers
Honolulu Honolulu'. Best Floral Shop
Successive to Eli Snyder
H. T. Tong wishes to announce to the
public that he has taken over the Tip
Top Tailor Shop formerly owned by
Ma Lum and Chang Yuk and from
now on the said business will be run
under his own management and under
his direct supervision.
ICE HOUSE GOODS
Direct from San Francisco
Upon arrival of the S. S. "Hyades" at
Port Allen we will have on sale in our
FRESH HALM OX FRESH HALIBUT FRESH SMELT
FRESH OYSTERS FRESH BELGIAN HARE
FRESH MILK FED CHICKEN (Capon)
HEADCHEESE, WES TP II ALIA N, POLISH, TONGUE,
LIVER AND HAM SAUSAGE
SMOKED SALMON SMOKED EEL
SCOTCH STYLE HERRING
If the Goods were seasonable and in market at the time
our order teas shipped,
On sale at the
TIP TOP FRUIT STORE
CANTELOUPES GRAPES RHUBARB PEACHES
PLUMS CAULIFLOWER PRUNES
HONEY DEW MELqNS CURRANTS BLACKBERRIES
Also, us usual, in our Grocery Department,
ORANGES LEMONS GRAPE FRUIT APPLES ETC.