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TIlE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 10. 1921
One of the biggest jobs about
the plantations today is the load
ing of the cane onto cars, the
hapai ko work. There have been
many experiments with iane load
ers in the past few years, but few
or none have shown any promise
of success. The Maui News re
ports one that is now being used
on Maui with every indication of
"Loading of cane into cars with
tractors is an experiment that is
K'ing worked out both on Maui
and iu Honolulu. - On this Is
land experiments are being con
ducted by David T. Fleming in the
fields of the Pioneer Mill Com
pany and iu Honolulu the trials
have been back of the Honolulu
Iron Works, cane having been
brought into town for the pur
ine. At Lahaina several cars
i. 'enjoyed a
was in rather too short lengths to
secure the . best results. Two
tractors were used, one to hold a
steady strain during the bundling
and the other first to roll it up
and then to pull it into the car.
A Best ":J0'' was used for the lat
ter purposes with E. F. Uausen in
"To hold the strain steady upon
the cet in which the cane was roll
ed a Holt was used, stationed
across the track from the cane
pile which contained between
three and four tons. The Dest
"oO"' was backed up to the other
end of the pile and a cable attach
ed to the end of the chain net that
was farthest away from it. The
tractor moved off while the cane
rolled up into a bundle and work
ers braced the bundle with iron
pipes slipped in under the encom
passing chains. When in bundle
form the Best "30" moved to
where the Holt had been and pro
ceeded to 'tow' the bundle along
side of then up onto the cane car,
THE HELE LOAS OUT AGAIN
Y. M. C. A. Notes
Members of the county comm
ittee of Kauai Y. M. ('. A. ttere
delightfully entertained at dinner
at the home of Dr. and Mrs.
Waterhouse last Wednesday eve
ning. Although several mem
bers were away on business or
vacation there was a good rep
resentative attendance. Follow
ing the dinner a short quarterly
business meeting was held. Mr.
Lloyd H. Killam, territorial gener
al secretary, was present and
Mr. Sessions spent a very prof
itable day visiting K;ip;ia school
The school chorus is practicing
each day. Mrs. Wright is .put
ting on the finishing touches for
the tryout next week before our
district music judge, Mrs. Sinclair
Tables have been built for those
who take school lunches. They
are in the shade on the maiika
spoke on "the present and future i side of the kitchen.
1 fT... ..1 1 . 1...... f..m.iUl i. ..in.
1 U " Ml I 1 1 1 lt,t IM-'II 1VI i m "
eel all outside orders from now
interests of the association. Dr.
Waterhouse spoke on the organi
zation of local committees as be
ing most needful in the different
Kauai centers. The financial
needs of the association are para
mount just now. The finance
committee reported that work on
the budget campaign had gotten
under way. About S.KKMi ;has
been raised thus far. It is con
fidentlv Wlieved that the good
The new Wailua Park was in
formallv inaugurated yesterday
when the Hele Loas and their (I'opl-' of Kauai who believe in the
friends, to the number of some 40,lvlea!s ?!J'1.I',!ri,0.T of .tLtV VwU,.Vf
Aftiii '.i I 'liftwt t-in ' A uwtii-itSnti u.'ill
picnic supper on theT ... . ..'
there. Hot coffee anil A Sunday afternoon bovs club
toasted wieners accompanying j has been organize 1 at Waimea bv
! salad and sandwiches of various Mr. Macdouahl.' Hot luncheon
kinds formed the basis of a satis
fying repast which -Appealed to
is served and while the bov are!'
'gathered around the tables thev
on. We will barely have time to
finish the work on hand before
field day, graduation exercNe.
athletic events and other thin-.":
that will occuT'V the time near the
end of the term.
Waimea teacher joined the
National Educational Association i
WW, strong. Monday.
Both girls and boys are lookbi;
forward to the Island ('hatn; i n
ship game Letwecii Waimea :nd;
Kapaa. and Waimea irirls and Li
Ime girls, which will he played
this week at KapMi.
The Star-Bulb tin srarden con
test waxes strong with Lihtie and;
Kapaa we believe as il.jss seconds:
aimca for tlie onze.
! At home we have several small
having been Tuesday afternoon,
but there still remains much to
It? worked out.
"YV. G. Hall and D. T. Fleming
returned from the Orient together
and on shipboard Talked over j
the possibilities of cane loading, j
Mr. Fleming says the plan is tbatj
of Mr. Hall. On Maui the first
efforts were made about two;
weeks ago. The chief difficulty
developed has been securing of . f ... . ,iti J. . ,;.- l.i h,!(,vi ... forei-n scenes have bee,, ,,-ir.has
cables or chains strong enough to (K.l.asion was 1artlv a fare.!jolv picnic at Niumalu on Friday '"1 fr ea.h room ,n the s-hool
stand the strain and in efficient . W(?u 'M LTjate the popular night. Delicious eats, games TIev have bw,, paid from school
binding. Occasion for exnm- oler of tLe club and the in ! music and a glowing fire furnish. f-":ds. and are a permanent part
tation is found in the acute labors, ........ i...i ...;.:.;... ,-,. oil ,..;.i iof each room's eouifmeni.
. tii.ii i.nur it-in-i 11? ail till lit-.-, i t. -.j ...I o i -Liii-j. i -
nrf invfu or'i. t i. :il i:ill- l.v in. , contests 1.1 Tiro'Tess. cliK-f ol
everyone. vited sjakers. L'ev. M. E. far- which is between the boys for the
After supper a big bonfire wasjver spoke two weeks ago and J. o. !-".' cash prize offered by Mr.
the center of attraction round j Warner was the sp?aker last Sun j Bramlt for the best individual
which the party gathered for a1 day. The talk was on a boy's garden plot. Next is the sr :
jlulinhtftil oraiinir i.f t u .1.. I d ill v 1 1 1 li is mot her The clnh has made Italian.'! contest in l
.... ... ... . ---- l i- - -----
ular sonsrs. entertainiu;r stories ! twenty members
.,.i i i ..... ..... .,
. tiuvi iiitr iuii tiu.j ir muoct: iiku
v-nil siii;illfT jriz's sr? offVrl.
Seeral iiictures of Island ni
shortage and the recognition of
lur xi .urtl mnr ....... Httle a(lllrtss of al,Iim.iati.,n on
... v.v. , , lhalf of the
lions omcr plans are oeiug orK
n.1 nut :i I'nniipnp wherp a tTTc
. ... ... ' .remarkaole wort wnuli tne lluw : reservoir construction enterin-i
. 7 r 'had done, and Ins regrets that so:f..r the Hamakua Mill Comi-any
Crtiin Aff Uf many of them were leaving the Is- He will le absent for several
"The plan being tried at Labai- j Jand so that they would not be : months. Mrs. Lydgate accoia
na is to make a net of heavy here for next vear. nanies him as far as Ilonol'u
Miss Alma Barker made a neat
Mr. J. M. Lvdgate leaves to.lav
"lub. Mr. Lydgate ! for Hawaii where he will tak-
1 f-T T irNl tris :1 flsf :lCti.'II 111 the -ll ftu ..f -Iti itn t.-.-t .lit.-1i .in.-
; remarkable work which the (luw : reservoir
Waimea chamidon hold truck'
racer. .Tix. has 1,-en i-col"l off by1
the hanging of thr'-' skull and
, rosbone sjps i!-ar the -n.
Heie::fter cl,ildrn may come and;
;'n in -oinparati ve -afety in the
lieighborh'Kid of the sch'd. '
chains on which the cane is piled
alongside the track. In the ex-
-eriments of Tuesday the cane strip, for the near fnture.
The Club is planning one more : where she will enjoy the I'unahou
ambitious outing, the Pole Line play iu which Homer takes the
Why We Chose
We want your jiermanent patronage not only
today's business but tomorrow's as welL That's
why we chose Millar Tire-s.
In Millers we offer you Geared-to-the -Eoad
miW.ge increasI 11.". since the pre-war year.
It's a tire that is iwde by s-killed builders.
Ui ifom ELilecge in every or.e if a Millrr
nnies baik defective, the maker is in&ttz&L
Less than one-half pr cent are returned fr
any re"jn whatsoever.
Unifonu long distance milecge that's what
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uade expert to iiiStire your t-btiniLg every
EiiW tie linker boilt irto the tire.
t.Va in &ni get &oqfudnteL We're tie autL
orizol I-jcil Miilt-r and rrice ageicy.
Mother's Day at Lihce Union
! A si-cial Mot l ei 's I lay service
was held at the Li hue I'liion
Thuich Sunday morning. Before,
'on almost re old congregation.
Bev. K. W. Bayles paid tribute
to the mothers of America, u-ing
as hi- subject. "An A'prwiation
of Mother." Ber. Bayle-s' text;
was. "Behold Thy" Mother".'
jt'hrist's words spoken fr;ia the
!(-ro-s to his tn-li.y-d di' !p!e. John. .
j The Mother's Day idea Wi or-!
iiginate,l iu p. 11 bv Mis Anna
j Jam's of J'hilad'Jphia. Tl-e
1 Wiutiful idea vM.-n spread over a!l
'.arts of Ai.-a-iiia. In t;.e,
'l'nite.1 St.it-s Senate pa-w-d a
I rwluti.n to obrrve 'he day an ,
:!;u;;I!y. NiiineroT: state l-,r!la-'
itui-es alj passi-1 sjjiitar r !u-'
fuc of Mis Jaris" si;gge-.tioii
was that on tLi d -.y each ;-- r:
Should wear a !.;'e ari;:'i"i.
the white it- it 'i e-.'jh't-ui of the ,
purity of inotl -rli-l. Ii.-k'--j-'
in wi'h this i.'.f-a. -.!: attendant'
' Ar hur h y.;r !.iv d. given a
: white -carnation in L'erjjory of hi-
Lev. Bavb i-view-d the liw-
of fatiO'I BiO?Ler of the o!d te.?-'
sm.ert a::i f M u v. f
.Ie--i-. H- j- .ir.t.s!
That Ia.mV Ot the ''-e-ft ;-.H
An.er". :i aTtr',,::-.i t'.rir
to the ii,:,:ratbri Mid I
h K.oLer o
ceive.1 from t.!.e'r :::ot':.et-
-rvi-j. tt't?r ery ap; roprij-eTr
cb.w.1 by a ei';tifr; vdo. -Iv
M -'Ler's' Pravcr." by Mrs. K. '.
nd Mr-. Bu-- a. of Mi
Lave the .'-icpj-bv of t!
;uv frier..!- jL tiv 1 cf i)
i.fa'.t. The bur'..-! s-rvi.-e. t
l.'e ;rj ti i:.-c'.: Tnr-h
.1 I. '.--. B-v. K. W. Uj:
S.'ver and Cili Line,
R tn C-t C1m fa
Werent m of t'-e
Eet 6.f.V Or.l.
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