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(THE GABDEit ISLAND, TUESDAY. DEC. 2, 1919
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Why the World's Largest
Output is Too Small
It Is nn interesting ami peculiar phe
nomenon thnt the heaviest emphasis
on the superiority of Goodyear Tires
should como from the public itself. .
Surely nothing that wo havo written
or said of Goodyear Tires speaks so
impressively of their goodness as the
public's own preference for them.
What tribute framed only in words,
for example, could approach the tribute
contained in the situation surrounding
Goodyear Tires today?
In spite of the intelligent competition
of some 300 other tire manufacturers,
the demand for Goodyear Tires sur
passes anything we have ever known.
It is this allegiance on the part of the
public, this refusal to bo tempted oven
momentarily away, that makes it
temporarily difficult for you to get
Even our present enormous production,
which for months past has approxi
mated 25.000 finished tires per day, is
insufficient fully to satisfy all needs.
Although our factories are delivering
tho largest dally volunio over attained
by a tiro manufacturer, thoro still nro
not enough Goodyear Tiros to go
Certainly Goodyear Tiros must em
body nn unmatched dimension of
vnluo to bo nblo to maintain n popular
ity before which even tho world's lar
gest tire output is too small.
Of courso we are employing every
proper means to enlarge our produc
tion, and to establish ample stocks of
Godycar Tires everywhere.
Until this is accomplished, however,
wo suggest that you anticipate your
future requirements by placing n reser
vation order with your Goodyear Ser
vice Station Dealer.
Many Goodyear users already havo
placed such orders, and havo, thus pro
tected themselves against any incon
venience thnt might otherwise nrise.
For our part wo nro undertaking tho
immediate expansion of our volume,
in an endeavor to make Goodyear Tires
as easy to get as they are worth while
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, LTD
-now on display. Some
thing suitable for every mem
ber of the family.
Come in and See
Historical Society Meeting
Thuro was n largo nml enthusiastic
meeting of tho Kauai Historical Soc
loty Monday evening, Nov. 1M, at tho
Llhuo Union Church.
lly way of business, J. M. Lydgato
nml C. 1). Hofgaard wcro appointed n
Helau Committee, to investigate tho
more prominent and intorcstlng
lleiaus of tlio Island, and to tnko such
measures na may bo necessary to ro
Rcrvo them as places of public interest.
This is in view of the near disposal of
tho Wnllun and Kukaha lands for
Homestead purposes, on which sovaral
Important heiaus are located,
Tho first paper of tho evening was
by tf. M. Lydgato, "Tho Story of tho
Cleopatra's Uargc," u wonderful prlv-
nto yacht of rare beauty and great
speed of a hundred years ago. It was
the property of Georgo Crownlnshlold,
a New England merchant prlnco of
that time, and a great seaman, who
made a memorable visit to tho Mediter
ranean in her, and created a grent
stir In naval and social circles by tho
unique qualities of his little vessel, and
of his own princly hospitality. At
every port whero sho touched she was
fairly besieged ylth sight-seers, as
many as S00O visitors a day being
On the death of hor wealthy owner
she was sold under tho hammer for n
song, and was finally brought out to
Hawaii and sold to Liholiho (Kamc
hamoha Second) for $90,000, to bo
paid for in sandlewood by installments.
In tho hands of a dissolute captain
and a drunken crew sho was wrecked
l Hanalci whero some of her bones
still lie buried in tho surf.
A fine water-color painting of hor
copy of the original in tho Solcm
Museum, tho handiwork of Mr.
Farley's gifted sister was on exhibit
ion. Mr.' and Mrs. Farley also con
tributed interesting details in regard
to tho vessel, tho outcome of their
visit to tho Salem Museum on the oc
casion of the hundredth anniversary
of her building.
Mr. S. W. Wilcox recalled tho efforts
that were still being made in his boy
hood to salvage some of tho wreck,
and of the partial success of the same.
Mrs. Hustace read a very racy and
interesting letter from her father, W.
Muller, recalling reminiscences of tho
time of his arrival on the Islands, near
ly 50 years ago. Among these were
racy recollections of the Court of
Kalakaua, as well as of Queen Emma;
of social conditions in Honolulu: of
Punahou in the old days, etc. The
paper Is published In another column.
Another paper of much Interest was
that of Mrs. J. N. Wright, who spent
a year or two in Lihuo as governess
for the Isenberg family, and who
flnnally married J. N. Wright, owner
and manager of Koloa.. Her reminis
cences covered a wide range anil
brought out many points of much In
terest In local history which are not
generally known. Tho papor was read
by Miss Edith Itico who is a grand
nioco of tho writer. It, too, Will prob
ably bo published in tho Garden Island
Both of theso papers called out in
teresting nnd amusing personal remin
iscences from sumo of tho oldov pcoplo
present, which added much to tho
enjoyment of tho occasion.
A call for anything farther of in
torost brought Judge Hofgannl to his
feet with a valuablo document be
queathed to him by Judgo Hardy, n
very humorous account In verso of a
famous jury trial in Walmca many
years ago. Tho Judgo thon rend tho
paper much to tho amusement nnd
satisfaction of tho audience.
On adjurnlng there was a vory gen
eral concensus of opinion thot wo
ought to have moro of theso historical
meetings. Thoro wero upwards of 50
peoplo presont; somo from other parts
of the Island.
Harry Vincent is Not Gnilty
Tho many friends on Kauai of Harry
Vincent will bo glad to learn that he
has been found guiltless of blame for
death of Japancso child. Tho Star
Dullctln prints tho following regarding
Lieut. Henry Vincent and Sergt.
Charles Homan of tho Motor Trans
port Corps, tried by a court martial
on a charge of manslaughter In con
nection with tho death of Sulzuko Sa
kanashl, a nino year old Japanese
school girl, on September 23, havo
been found not guilty. Tho findings of
the court martial havo boon reviewed
by Maj. Gen. Charles G. Marton, who
authorized tho announcement of tho
The accident In which tho girl lost
her life occurred in front of tho Kaiu
lani school at 9 o'clock in tho morn
ing. Lieutenant Vincent with his wife
and baho wore in an automobile driv
en by Sergeant Homan. Tho school
girl, struck ( by tho machine, was
dragged for a considerable distance
along the street, and a coroner's jury
under Deputy Sheriff Julius Asch de
clared that the machine was traveling
at an excessive rate of speed.
At tho court martial, tho army men
were represented by Judge Alexander
D. Larnach and Capt. A. L. C. Atkin
son. Col. William It. Dashell was
president of tho court.
During the Month of December The
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd. will be open on
Monday and Friday evenings from
6 to 8. Advt.
If you have anything to sell, or
there is something you want, put
a little notice in the Garden Is
land, and you will get results. It
does not cost much.
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Bheop, poultry, etc., for salo can dls
poso of samo to the Kapaa Meat
Market . Phono 525. 2-28.
C-nicor's Kit bag. 3ust tho thing for
camping out. Can bo seen at this
Sum of money. Owner can havo
samo by calling at this office, prov
ing ownership and paying for this
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE
In tho Matter of tho Estate of Ramon
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
ON READING and Filing tho Peti
tion of Micaola C. Foleciano. of Kala-
hco, Kauai, mother of said deceased,
alleging that said Ramon Feleciano
of said County of Kauai, died Intostatn
at Honolulu, Oahu, on tho 16th day of
April, A. D. 1918, leaving property in
tno Hawaiian Islands necessarv in hn
administered upon, and praying that
Letters of Administration issuo to a
IT IS ORDERED that Friday, tho
23rd day of January. A. D. 1920. nt
0 o'clock A.M., bo and hereby is ap
pointed the time for hearing said Pe
tition in tho Court Room of this Court
at Llhuo, County of Kauai, at which
time and placo all persons concerned
may appear and show cause, If any
they have, why said Petition should
not bo granted.
Dated at Lthue, County of Kauni.
T. H., November 19th, 1919.
(SEAL) (Sgd.) LYLE A. DICKEY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of thn
(Sgd.) JOS. ANDRE SOUSA,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho
E. K. AIU,
Attorney for Petitioner.
Nov. 25; Dec. 2, 9, 15.
Any one found shooting on anv
Grovo Farm Plyantation lands will
be prosecuted to the full extent of
tf. G. N. wir.cnx. Prnn
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