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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAR. 22, 1921
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Lihue Union Church
Passion Week Services
Special services are being held this
week to which the community is cor
dially Invited. The following are the
leaders for the various days. Monday
7:30 P. M. Rev. J O Warner; Tuesday
7:30 P. M. Rev R. W. Dayless; Wed
nesday, Vesper Service, 4 P. M Rev.
J. M. Lydgate; Thursday 7:30 P. M.
Rev. R. W. Bayless; Friday morning
11 o'clock, Dr. Henry H. Kelsey, of the
Easter Sunday morning, Easter
fervices, reception of new members
and communion service. Sermitn by
the pastor and special music by the
Easter Sunday night, Dr. Henry H.
Kelsey, of the American Board of
Missions, will deliver a short address
r.nd the choir will render a sacred
cantata, "The King Triumphant" by
Lyon; the following Is the contents:
Prominent Speaker Coming
Drs. Kelsey and Browne, of the
American Mission Board, will spend a
week on the island looking over the
church work. Dr. Browne was for
thirty years a missionary in Armenia
and tells athrilllng story of his ex
periences. Dr. Kelsey is the general
secretary of the Board's work for the
entire of the Pacific Coast. They
can be heard in Lihue Union Church
Tuesday morning .11 o'clock, March
29 and the same night in the Mokl
hana Hall, where Dr. Browne will
and Dr. Kelsey will take us around the
world in his illustrated lecture. He
will speak in Makaweli the 28th; Han
alei and Kapna the. 30th; Koloa April
1st., and Waimea Friday night April
There will be a celebration of the
Anglican communion on Easter Sun
day, 4 P. M. at the residence of J. H.
Hall, Lihue. Celebrant, the Episco
pal Priest from Waimea, Rev. M. E.
"Holy, Holy Lord" Chorus
2. "Thou Sweet Gliding Kedron" Ladies' Quartet
Mesdames Rice, Ahana, Hobby, Miss Jordan
3 "Gethsemane", Tenor Recitative Mr. R. W. Bayless and Chorus
4. "O Fearful Hour" : Chorus
5. "And They Say", Tenor Recitative.
6. "They have taken away my Lord", Contralto Solo Mrs. Ahana
7. "Fear Not", Tenor Recitative and Chorus
8. "Come, see the place where the Lord Lay" Mr. E. F. Wood
9. "How calm and beautiful the Morn" Mesdames Rice and Ahana
Duet, 1st and 2nd Soprano
10. "King of Kings" Male Quartet
Messrs. Stewart, Bayless, Wood, Sloggett
11. "Sing His Praise", Finale Chorus
MCBRYDE SUGAR COMPANY
The McBryde Sugar Company is
installing an automatic refrigerating
system that will accommodate all the
perishable goods of the stores and
employees living near .
V. J. Burgess, refrigerating engineer
for the Automatic Refrigerating Co.,
of Hartford, Connecticut, is putting
in the plant and was over from Hono
lulu Inst week making the preliminary
This new refrigerating plant will be
capable of 3000 pounds refrigeration
daily. The installation will consist
mensions of one of which is SftxlOftx
of three refrigerating boxes ,the' di
mensions of one of which is SftxlOftx
8ft, while the other two are 8ftx8fex
8ft. These are thoroughly equipped
for the storing of perishables and. Will
be maintained at a temperature of
30 degrees F.
THE LUTHERAN CHURCH
Dr. Arthur Hoermann of the Luther
an Church has just made one of his
periodical visits to his Kauai flock.
He conducted service on Sunday at
Lihue, which was well attended, a
goodly number being present from
far ends of the Island, Kekaha, Maka
weli, Eleele, etc.
A Board of Trustees was elected
for the guidance of teh affairs and
interests of the Church.
will return to Kauai March 29th for
further Piano tuning and overhauling,
with headquarters at Lihue Hotel
Also has for sale at prices that will
One Steinway Player Piano,
One H. M. Cable Plave.' Piano,
One Starr Player Piano.
One Chickering Piano,
One Deitmeier Piano.
AHUKINI TERMINAL & RAILWAY
CO., LIMITED hereby gives notice
that on the 14th day of February, 1921,
it filed with the Interstate Commerce
Commission at Washington, its appli
cation or a certificate of public con
venience and necessity to construct a
line of railroad In the District of Puna,
Island of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
Pursuant to the requirements of the
Commission, said application is now
published, as follows:
BEFORE THE INTERSTATE
In the Matter of the Petition of
AHUKINI TERMINAL & RAILWAY
CO., LIMITED, for a Certificate of
Convenience and Necessity.
Comes now your petitioner and res
1. That said Petitioner AHUKINI
TERMINAL & RAILWAY CO., LIM
ITED, is a corporation organized un
der the laws of the Territory of Hawai'
with its principal office in the City
and County of Honolulu;
2. That the purposes of the Com
pany are, among others, to construct,
maintain and operate a railroad in the
District of Puna, Island of Kauai, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, for the- transporta
tion, as common carriers, of goods,,
and particularly from a point at or
near Anahola Bay to Ahukinl Landing
at Hunamaulu Bay: attached hereto
as Exhibit "A" Is a certified copy of
the Articles of Association of said cor
poration; ' 3. That the proposed location of
said railroad between Anahola Bay
and Ahukini Landing is shown on the
map attached hereto marked Exhibit
"B", and forming a part hereof;
4. That the proposed railroad is a
narrow gauge road 30 inches in width,
with 45 lb. rails; that its initial equip
ment will consist of a25 ton Porter
locomotive, 20 steel box cars and two
That all the capital necessary to
construct the said railroad has been
That there is at present no railroad
connecting Anahola and way poiuts
with Ahukini Landing and that mild
road will not compete with any Pub
lic Utility Corporation;
5. That at the prese.it time the
shipment of freight from Kapaa, Kcalia
and Anahola and way points is being
made in small inter-islaud steamships,
which, however, cannot be employed
except in calm weather, as the road
steads in said places are open and
shallow and, except in oalm weather,
are dangerous; that by the construct
ion of said railroad freight from said
villages and way points can be convey
ed to Ahukini Landing, Hanamaulu
Harbor, which is navigable at all
times of the year and where there is
a wharf at which steamers can lie in
safety to receive and discharge cargo;
that the outgoing freight from said
district will consist principally of sug
ar, of which Makee Sugar Company
alone ships about 15,000 tons per an
num, pineapples to the extent of about
200,000 cases per annum from Kapaa,
and rice from the Anahola region;
That most of the merchandise,
supplies and other ingoing freight for
the district which will be served by
said railroad is at present hauled by
wagons from Nawiliwili, in some
cases a distance of 18 miles, and that
the construction and operation of said
railroad will greatly facilitate ship
ments of both ingoing and outgoing
freight in said district;
8. -That, by reason of the facts in
the foregoing petition, petitioner
prays that it be granted a Certificate
of Convenience and Necessity, as re
quired by paragraph 18 of Section 1
of the Interstate Commerce Act, as
amended, and for such other and fur
ther relief as the Commission may con
sider proper in the premises.
Attached hereto marked Exhibit
"C" is a recommendation by the Gov
ernor of the Territory of Hawaii that
a Certificate of Convenience and Nec
essity be granted.
Dated at Honolulu T .H. this 26th
day of January, 1921.
Ahukini Terminal &
Railway Co. Ltd.
AHUKINI TERMINAL &
RAILWAY CO., LTD.
(Sgd.) AJlen W. T. Bottomley,
(Sgd.) S. M. Lowrey,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
CITY AND COUNTY OF K S3.
A. W. T. BOTTOMLEY. being first
duly sworn, deposes and says that he
is the President of Ahukfni Terminal
& Railway Co., Limited, petitioner
above named, and as such is author
ized to make this affidavit in its be
half; that he has read the foregoing
petition, knows the contents thereof,
and the matters and things stated
therein are true.
(Sgd.) ALLEN W. T. BOTTOMLEY,
Subscribed and sworn to before
me this 26th day of January,
(Sgd.) JAS. F. YEAMAN,
Notary Public, First Judicial
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(Sgd) HENRY HOLMES
and I. M .STAINBACK,
Attorneys for Petitioner.
March 8, 15 , 22, 29, 1921.
Is hereby given that from and after
this date I shall not be responsible
for any debt contracted in my name
by any person except it be with my
written order and permission.
February 28, 1921.
March 1, 8 ,15, 22, 1921.
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