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WEAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
No. 12 1J1 Merchant 8t
O. Bon No. 894 Honolulu
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9 A. M. TO 3 P. M.
Aguiar Says Kauai
Hard Hit for Labor
If the observation of former re
pioBentative, Manuel R. Aguiar Jr.,
are correct, Kauai Is even harder hit
Minn Oahu or Hawaii. The Hilo
PoU-Herald tells why:
Manuel R. Aguiar Jr., former rep
resentative from Kauai, la in Hilo
fr h short visit with his olrttlme
friend. Manuel Ignacio, of Papalkou,
Aguiar la accompanied by his mo
M.er, Mrs. M. R. Aguiar, and hia
ilstei, Mrs. A. Rodrigues.
Aguiar Is r. homesteader and con
ctor of Kapaa, and as such Is
kvtnly Interested In the labor ques
M in. He says that Kauai is feeling
V..- labor shortage very much just at
p usi-iit, even more than Oahu or Ha
wa'l. In hia estimation many of the
plantations will not be through har
vesting until the first of the year,
while under normal conditions the
gar should be ground early In
ember. "Many plantations'" he
Ids, "are using only one gang in
lice of three gangs regularly em
ployed. Some of the mills grind
ie day and then shut down for a
! ly 13 let the men harvest In the
As a contractor Aguiar knows
whereof he speaks and he says Ka
;i:tl has never known such shortage
of labor. While on Hawaii, he saw
r.:rry fields of enne planted on steep
' illsides which could never be har-
ceed In Kauai owing to the high
(est of labor. Fet on the whole he
t.i enthusiastic over the outlook for
he future, as conditions are coming
y'.uv ly to a normal state.
The banana Industry is booming,
In rfport8, and under the supervision
of Fiedertak.R. Tracy, 200 acres
havo been newly set out. This is
it her out of his line, but he re
ports keen interest in the project.
Ho !s also a director of the Bank
of Kauai. He is returning on the
MaUonia this week end.
ETIQUETTE FOR PRINCIPALS
IN AUTOMOBILE COLLISIONS
1. Imemdintely following collision,
lee! hippocket, both arms, legs and
neck. . Finding nothing broken, pick
pieces of windshield from Adam's
apple and creases of vest. Decide
ipsre tire Isn't ' life preserver and
take it from your neck. Then you
me ready for argument.
2. Leap from the machine and
stride In direction of other driver.
Irform him decisively that it was
il! hl fault. Quote statistics on max
imum speed of your car and personal
hnbits of careful driving. Run over
long list of biblical names just to
see If. you remember 'em. Other
Irler will do likewise, also show
ing surprising knowledge of Bible.
He'll then make astonishing state
ment that it was YOUR fault.
3. When other, driver refuses the
blame for collision, gasp and get red
n the face, decluring that for the
lif-i cf you, you can't see how some
men can be so stubborn. At this
point, turn argument over to re
ppejtive wives In the car. You'll
then hear first praise you've heard
since marriage. After wives become
hysterical, exchange cards with the
dm or. Demand hia home address
an I bank account. He'll do the
same. Other driver will declare he'll
collect damages if it's his last act.
Bclorc driving off, make scathing
unswtr. Say, "Oh, is that so?"
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FIFTEEN YEARS EXPERIENCE IN
Don't Build Fires
Near Waimea Canyon
The entire Waimea canyon Is ex
tremely dry at the present due to
the long absence of his Honor,
Riln. The grass a'nd shrubbery la
all wilted and the ground la so dry
in many cases that it is cracked
A great many people are camping
near the canyon in the Kokeo end
Puukapele districts. Many others
arc going up every day to see the
canyon to hunt, etc. It is very ne
cessary that everyone should use
great precautions to prevent fires.
People who build their frres to get
lunches and boil their coffee should
do so In a place where there la no
vegetation and where they are sure
that they could stop a fire if it werel
started. No one should throw light
ed cigarette or cigar stubs in the
A fire in this region at this time
would be disastrous. Nothing could
atop it until It got to the swamps,
and many hundreds of acres of grass
and forest would certainly be wiped
LONDON DESIGNER HAS
NEW IDEA FOR DRESS
In liberation from the trammels of
fashion lies the ideal for the human
race, according to Henry Parkes, a
London West End dress designer. He
sees a new, happier and healthier
peo-ple coming, but says that this
glorious goal cannot be reached in
the present day clothing and environ
ments, according to the New York
"If we are to create a superman
we must dress for the part," he says
in scorn of the sartorial effects of to
d.iy. "The age that is just ending will
bo looked back upon by future gen
erations as stiff-collared and steel
Icgjjud. The new race which is ar
ising must be a heroic one, for the
present man must free himself for
the assertion of hia better self.
Like Bloomin' Sunburst
'We must array ourselves not In
the blackness . of the earth's caverns
or the drabs and grays of mire, bogs
and valley mists, but in the pure,
tich colors of the world of sunshine,
in garments that match the beauties
of nature and do not falsify the
temples of life within. Lately ties,
pocks and braces ,even undercloth
ing, have ' turned toward brilliant
hues. In the coming era clothes must
fit the man and not man the clothes.
Hope for Fat Guys.
- "If a man Is stout the cut xt his
garments will suggest manly
strength; if slender he will be given
an air of grace and agility. Instead
of trousers he will wear knee breech
es with stockings of silk; no collar
but on ornate cravat. Women will
wear hats designed to use rather
than fashion. Her waist will be
where nature put it."
Mr. Parkes has extensive designs
proving hia theory, but he -admits
so far, as hia business has been
clack. Sadly he says that it is dif
ficult to persuade a conservative
race to be sensible.
HE PROVED IT
I cannot make a speech, he said,
As he twiddled his thumbs and
scratched his head,
And ere he'd finished hia talk, for
tooth, We knew the man had told the truth.
1 "Hi m r"
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Sin Ii a relationship calls for (ai t, kindliness and insight on the one hand ;
for alertness, financial skill and iinreiniting diligence on the other.
The Itisliop Trust Company offers the advantages of a corporation
which is not too lare to pvc ils clients personal addition, and which has
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horn the Other Islands
RADIO PLANTS COMPLETED
Final work on the powerful radio
plants nt Kahuku and Koko Head,
owned by the Radio Corporation of
America, has been completed, and
G. F. Frank, who has been engaged
In the installation of the necessary
machinery, returned to the coast on
the steamer Ventura. He was accom
panied by his assistant, S. Stockley,
who helped him modernize the plants
About $500,000 was spent.
MAUI PIGS HAVE MUSICAL EAR;
Ni SAXOPHONE, BUGLE WANTED
"P'gs Is pigs," almost anywhere
but en Maul they are musical.
F. Sjultz, food inspector of the
board of health, ia out on a still
liunt for a second-hand bugle.
Cchultz received yesterday morn
ing a letter from a Maul friend,
whose name he declined to divulge,
requesting him to hunt up the afore
said second-hand bugle for him.
"My friend tells me he wants the
bu."le to call his pigs to their meals,"
Schultz said yesterday. "He's a pig
rrncher on Maui and has quito a
number of porkers on hia ranch. If
I thought he wouldn't mind, I'd send
him a dozen of these saxophones
which are making nights hideous in
Honolulu. His pigs might object to
that, though, being musical."
The Maul friend's request will be
c.cmplied with as soon as Schultz
finds the pistonless cornet, Hence
forth Maul pigs will answer the call
of their regular Maul "corn" meals
to the tune of a syncopating bugle.
NO MORE STUNT FLYING
OVER HONOLULU, SAYS
RECENT ARMY ORDER
Stunt flying over Honolulu by ar
my aviators has been discontinued
uiuler orders issued recently by the
The order prohibits stunt flying
ovtr any city or town and other
populous or built-up districts. The
order was recently received by the
Acrobatic flying over such places
or over assemblages of persons gath
ered on the borders of flying fields
to witness demonstrations Is forbid
den for both heavier and lighter-tHn-uir
craft, except when the mis
sion jrescribed by proper military
authorities requires altitude flying.
Froo bnlloons will not fly over
such locations with a drag rope
loose. Anchors will never be used
tyi such localities.
In flying over assemblages of peo
ple flying in heavier than air craft
will never be done at an altitude
less than 1,000 feet or at an altitude
and position from which to glide
with dead motor cannot be made to
a safe landing field without danger
to persons or property on the ground.
For lighter-than-air craft flights
will not be undertaken at an altitude
of '.esa than 400 feet.
INTO CANE FIELDS
TO HOE AND WEED
Hilo, Hawaii, Aug. 13. Members
A the Limalua association of the
Waiakea improvement and Social
club are going into the cane fields
next week under the direction of
William K. Kinney, to work as
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Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
924 Bethel Street Tel. 6177
SETTLING AND MANAGING ESTATES
FORTY POUNDS A YEAR
Statistics indicate that the aver
age American citizen consumes about
pounds of newsprint each year.
This, at least, was testified to not a
long while since by R. S. Kellogg, of
New York, in hearings on the nat
ional forestry program before a sub
committee on congressional appro'
priallons. Mr. Kellogg made this
'Tho people of the United States
are the greatest readers of newspa
per3 in the world. From using three
pounds of newsprint per capita per
year about forty years ago the Ainer
lir.n people now use close to 40
"ounds per capita each year. If the
newsprint used in a year could be
put Into one roll of the regulation
wiath for newspapers and unrolled
it would reach 13.000,000 miles. As
tounding figures, you will say, but
it shows how the American people
are reading newspapers."
ARGENTINE CROP COMPLETE
Argentine's sugar production in the
crop year 1920-21 is reported by the
Ruvista Azucarera of Buenos Aires
az 201,998 metric tons or about 97,
000 tnns lesa than the crop of 1919
20, but more than the production
In any previous year since 1914-15,
says "Facts About Sugar."
Tlit out-turn in the several sugar
districts of the republic, for the last
crop and the one preceding, is giv
en aa follows, in metric tons:
Tucuman 1C5357 351268
Jujuy 29053 119070
Salta 3896 1930
Crrrientes 559 G03
Santa Fe 1955 936
Chaco 1178 4883
Total 2019SS 29S708
NAPOLEON A POPULAR MAN
It Is said that more books have
betn written about Napoleon than
about any other human being and
the mass will probably be increased
by hlr centenary. There is a story
of a newly made millionaire, who,
wihng to found a library, was ad
vised to specialize on Napoleon. He
therefore sent an order to a book
seller to supply "all the books a
bout Napoleon." In a month or so
he received a letter stating that the
bookseller had now 40,000 volumes
tnd was prepared to send them as
an installment, or to wait until the
collection was complete!.
common laborers. They will take
up such manual labor as weeding,
hoping and harvesting the cane with
a view to relieving the labor short
age. The Limalr.u society was organ
ized last night for the purpose of
finding means to relieve the labor
shortage, and Mr. Kinney wa3 elect
ed superintendent. All of those who
work In the fields will receive $21
LOG CABIN OF VOLCANO
HOUSE FAME IS MOVED
The famous old log cabin part of
the Volcano House at Kilauea vol
cano has already been moved and
will be replaced by a new two story
addition which will contain about
22 bedrooms in addition to a social
The old cabin, with its charming
old htylo fireplace, where thousands
cf tourists have dried out after be-
in;, soaked with rain, will be pre
served and used in the future r.s a
men's lounging hall.
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Y. M. C. A. HOUSE MOVED
FROM CHURCH YARD
The house formerly ocenpiod by
Jay O. Warner, Y. Alj C. A. secre
tary nt Lihue, has been moved from
the church yard to the lot between
the church and the pnraonage. Tho
hoji.e Is being remodeled and will
probably be used by welfare work
err of Y. M. C. A. or Y. W. C. A.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,
LIBEL FOR DIVORCE
FMILIA DO CAItrVjO AMARA, Li
belant, vs. FRANCISCO MANUEL
Notice of Pendency of Libel and of
Upon reading and filing the peti
tion cf Emilia do Carmo Amara, libel
lint herein, and It appearing to the
satisfaction of this court that tho
sniu libel hr.s been pending for a
peri-jd of more than six months; that
the libellee is out of the jurisdiction
of this court; and that although due
and diligent efforts have b-?en made,
that he cannot be, located.
It is ordered and adjudged that
service of summons in tho above en
titled cause be made by publication
In u. newspaper published in the
County of Kauai, and proper for the
publication 'of legal no, Ices.
And It !s further ordered and ad
judged that the above entitled cause
bo, and the same is set down for
hearing before the Hon. William C.
Achi, Jr., Circuit Judge of tho above
entitled court, nt his courtroom on
tho 31st day of August, 1921, at 9,30
A. M. o'clock of said day, or as soon
thereafter as the same may be heard.
P-' the Court:
J. C. CULLEN,
S. K KAEO, Clerk.
Attorney for Llbel.imt.
Tho annual meeting of the Hul
Kual AIna o Wainiha will be held on
Thursday, the 1st day of Septem
ber, lf'21, at 10 o'clock A. M., at
Wainiha, County of Kauai, T. H.
(Sig) W. HYDE RICE.
Vice President, Hui Kual
Aina o Wainiha.
The annual meeting of the Hul
Kuai Aina o Haina will be hold on
Friday, the 2nd day of September,
1921, at 10 o'clock A. M., at Haina,
County of Kiuai, T. H.
(Sig.) A. MENKFOGLIO,
Manager, Hut Kaul
Aina o Haina.
All persona In debt to K. Tominaga,
who has been doing business at
Kapaa, District of Kawaihau, Coun
ty cf Kauai, under the name of K.
Tominaga, are hereby notified that
they must Bottle such debts with
out delay, with the undersigned, at
his office at Kapaa, Kawaihau, Ka
uai. M. S. HENRIQUES, Trustee.
K. TOMINAGA'S, Creditors.
Furniture and equipment for bak
ery and coffee shop. See M. S. Hen
riques, Kapaa. 4-t
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