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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUG. 24, 1920
From the Other Islands
What is a Capitalist?
The term "Capitalist'' is a very
elastic word. It means a person
wlio, without physical effort on
his part, receives an income from
If you own property, small or
large, of any kind on which you
receive a return without physical
effort on your part,
"You are a Capitalist,
The Only Person Who is Not a
Capitalist is One Who Does Not
Own Anything at All.
lie spends as fast as he makes
and in many cases is ready to con
fiscate yours after he spends his
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cj never tasted Coffee
T Coffee as a beverage was introduced from Arabia in the lfitli.
J century into Egypt and Constantinople. It was not known
in Europe until some time later.
Had Shakespeare enjoyed a cup of Mayflower Pure Kona
Coffee every morning for breakfast, he'd have felt too cheerful
to write all those gloomy tragedies.
Think how lucky you are to be able to get
PURE KONA COFFEE
Your grocvr has it or can yet it.
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ASHES OF W. E. SHAW
SCATTERED OVER SEA
OF HONOLULU HARBOR
Carrying out the last wishes of the
dead, the ashes of the late Walter E.
Shaw, which were brought by the wid
ow, Mrs. Elizabeth Bigelow Shaw, by
the Matsonia on Tuesday last from
Sun Francisco, were scattered over
the sea outside of the bar of Honolulu
harbor Tuesday afternoon says the
Advertiser. A small party of frienls
attended the ceremony. Tennyson's
"Crossing the bar," was read by Kit-hard
II. Trent. Masonic services were
held in Alameda before the ashes were
brought to Honolulu.
W. E. Shaw died in Alameda, Cali
fornia, seevral weeks ago while on a
visit with Mrs. Shaw to the mainland.
He was born in St. Paul, Minnesota,
and was 5G years old. Shaw first
came to Hawaii when a lad of 14. In
1S90 he returned to the Islands, since
when he made his home here. Ho was
in the 'real estate and hides business
and owned considerable property in
Surviving the late Mr. Shaw are the
widow, two brothers, Harry L. Shaw,
of Bonsion, Smith Co., and Sumner F.
Shaw a civil engineer of Guatemala
City, Central America, and two sis
ters, Mrs. William Blaisdell of Hono
lulu, and Mrs. B. C. Sweet of Termi
nal Island, California.
PRETTY CEREMONY MARKS
CLOSING OF '20 SUMMER SCHOOL
WORLD CANNING RECORD
BEATEN BY PINEAPPLE
PACKERS OF HONOLULU
World's canning records are fall
ing as the Hawaiian Pineapple Com
pany is putting up the 1920 crop of
Hawaiian pineapple. Tuesday's output
was 38,004 cases or 77.000 cans which
is claimed to be a world record for
fruit packing in a single day. It may
evi-n exceed the work of the great
salmon canneries. Advertiser.
GROWING DEMAND FOR
REAL ESTATE APPEARS
Calabashes filled with fruit were
presented by the students of the ter
ritoral summer school to their
faculty at closing exercises held
yesterday at McKinley High school,
says the Advertiser of the 19th.
William McClusky, director of the
school, whs presented by Mrs. Louisa
Ace McGregor, representing the stud
ents teachers, with a calabash bear
ing a mother-of-pearl inlay of his
name and the date of the gift, some
thing it is said was never before at
tempted on any calabash.
A musical program was given under
tho leadership of Mrs, Nancy Andrews,
followed by a numebr of addresses,
among them, "Spiritual Values of
Education." by Vaughan MacCaughey.
Presentation of certificates for attend
ance was then made by Mr. McClus
key.. HIGHER PHONE TOLLS
DRAW MAUI PROTESTS
Renewed 'inquiry, especially for resi
dential property, is reported by real
estate agencies generally to an extent j
not usually found in August. There
was an apparent diminution of interest
late last month and in the early part
of the present but agencies report the
appearance of coming activity with
numbers of transactions approaching
the point of closing. There is a san
guine feeling expressed that the,
autumn months will show a lively busi
ness and steady continuance through
the winter is forecast. Advertiser.
PIER AT KANEOHE
Construction of the new 400 foot pier
at Coral Gardens which precedes the
start of construction work on the pro
posed hotel is reported as nearing com
pletion. The main pier has been run
out to its full length and recent con
struction has been upon the T. Mean
time preliminary work out the prem
ises has been going on. Advertiser.
The public utilities commission re
ceived a batch of protests from Maui
against the long distance toll rato for
the use of telephones proposed by the
Mutual Telephone Company. Practi
cally all of the signatures were of per
sons living in the Makawao neighbor
hood. Lahaina, Wailuku and other
parts of the island are still to be heard
from says the Advertiser of Thursday.
When the utilities commission heard
the petition of tho telephone company
at Wailuku, for permission to increase
rates an unroar was started, but too
late to bring out any concrete commu-'
nity expression within the period of
the commission's proposed stay. The
commission consented, however, to al
low 10 days' time in which written ob
jections might be filed at the office in
Honolulu. This spell of grace expires
next Monday and it is assumed here
that the remainder of the protests will
reach the commission Saturday and
Maui has had toll rates to distant
points for persons other than sub
scribers for a long time. The new
scheme is more extensive and seeks
to ring in subscribers as well.
HILO DRUNKS TO RECEIVE
JAIL SENTENCES IN FUTURE
Life at Malumalu
In the Old Days
(Continued from page 2)
she would feel satisfied.
Miss Ward came from Seattle to
take my place in December.
Mr. Lydgate and I were married iu
Honolulu at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Cooke, January 3rd 1898.
We went to my girlhood home in
California on our wedding trip. On
our return in April we lived at the
hotel for several months while the
new parsonage was building. Thru
the kindness and generosity of Mr. G.
N. Wilcox, we were allowed to plan
and build it as we liked. We lived
there for over twenty years years
full of happiness and joy mixed with
much strenuous endeavor.
In January, 1920, we moved into our
own new home, dear to us already
and as I recall these experience, many
happy memories that have been
crowded into the back ground of an
ever busy life, come trooping to my
mind and I could go on and on recall
Ing experience after experience but
I may not.
And of the dear people at the Smith
homestead at Koloa whom I mention
ed in the beginning of this paper all
have gone into the beyond leaving
in memory days of joyful companion
ship and rare friendship that the hand
of death has not destroyed.
The inspiration of their noble and
unselfish services to those about them
is a bit of God's presence here on
earth, working in our midst.
Y. W. C. A. NOTES
He that imbibes not wisely but too
well in Hilo town is going to have
hard sledding. Judge Osorio says that
jail seutences will be handed out in
"To my mind, prohibited violations
have gone too far already," Judge T.
E. M. Osorio is quoted in the Hilo
Post-Herald as having said in impos
ing a sentence of five days on Tucedio
Serabento. "The prohibition law is
with us. and irrespective of what any
body's personal Ideas may be on that
subject. I feel that It is distinctly the
duty of the officers of the law to dis
courage violations by as drastic means
as may' be necessary.
"Hereafter persons arrested may
jump iheir bail if they choose to do
so, but that will not save them, for in
such cases I will immediately issue
bench warrants. Futhermore, if upon
trial it thall prove that the charge is
well founded, there will be no fine Im
posed and the man will go to jail
This goes for everybody, of whatever
I race or station."
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HONOLULU AND HILO
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IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Builders' Hardware Crockery Glassware Silverware
Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle Firearms Ammunition
Safes Refrigerators Sparlc riugs Flashlights
Paints Varnishes Crushes Oils Greases
Harness Saddlery Roofing Trunks Suit Cases
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, etc.
Shoes Toilet Supplies Stationery etc. etc.
Writers of Fire, Marino, Compensation, Automobile and Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Line.
Upon application information will bo cheerfully furnished In regard to
any of our lines in which you may be interested.
Mrs. John Midkiff is soon to enter
tain tho H. II. Clubs. Mrs. Midkiff is
to give the girls some pointers on
home decoration, a theme always
attractive to young women, and ono
on which she is most qualified to expatiate.
Sometime in the fall Miss Gladys-
Thompson will take tho clubs on a
hike and lead the same young ladies
to a deeper appreciation of nature's
Mrs. Wm. II. Rice, Jr. expressed a
wish some time ago to have the clubs
at her home for an evening's social
time. The girls dearly love one of
Mrs. Rice's heart-to-heart talks. These
friendly contacts are wonderfully con
structive to developing womanhood.
Use Keen Kuttcr Cutlery
after the PRICE
ts forgotten . Kitchen tools im-an little to men hut to women Ohl how Important. 1
E.C. Simmons l ur 50 yvurs we have known of this importance. We have studied,
1 rade Murk analyzed and cxpcrnni nf-il t nvar.l one cna to make eacn b.cea xutter
ttegutwiua. T(J0i anj j,;cee t.f r..t!ery, the fiao-t ever produced.
To make Keen Kutur Paring Knives, Steels, Food Choppers and the
like tools of pru en v orking efficiency.
II bai been done fcj.Tff-c.ii l'.- ar.unipli-hedi fur unier the Kern Kutler nark (be hoaaewife- will
bud wear foisting u-ul t..Jl i.l.trit labor, lave Uu.e ...d make ba;py and cuatcMcd kitcbCM
Ttiere"a a.Ued protection hi t!.e Keen Kuttcr iruarautcc, fur tLe purcbaac price U alwaya ready to
be returned ccn tur llie ,li.Llt rea.!i. ,
For crbcieucy kitchen, u.e K.-to Kutter Toota.
SIMMONS HARDWARE COMPANY
Miss Madeleine Soule
The Y. W. C. A. olllce was brighten
ed Saturday morning by u visit from
miss :eu rintticy 01 nonoiuiu. iiiim: 1
Findley is here on a vacation of two T
or 1 in re weens, uui ner 10 it-u you ui a
that scruniDtious international exhibit
that u-ou 4,1., nti.on nt tha i t, .,ft, ,1 . ' T
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llonal institute of Honolulu. The 4
genuis of the whole stunt was Miss
Findley herself, though you cannot
get her to admit it. !
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