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TIIE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 0, 1921
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If the plans of C. C. Palmerston,
representing a- firm of California do-1
signers and builders of airplanes,
come to pass, It will n6t be long be-,
fore a trip to -.Honolulu will be a'
mere -matter of two hours or so and .
the sound of an airplane overhead
will arouse " no more interest than !
would a passing "Lizzie.'' Mr. Pal
merston addressed the Honolulu Ad
Club one day last week, and the
Star-Tlulletin gives the following ac
count of his speech:
"When I speak of a passenger
service by air between tho princi
pal islands of the Hawaiian group,
I am speaking of a certainty, not a
possibility or a probability. 1 as
sure you that within a very Bhort
time there will be regular service
between the main islands of the
group. There will bo dull' trips to
Maui and Hawaii and triweekly ser
vice between this island and Kauai.
As our business increases, as I am
sure it will, we will put on two
round trips daily between Oahu and
Hawaii, including Maui and a daily
service between here and Kauai.
"I have been hero In Hawaii for
some months looking over the ad
visability of establishing this ser
vice, and I find that conditions are
even better than we had expected.
I thought I would have to do mis
sionary work here as far a3 air
planes are concerned, but I find
thr.t the majority of the people are
already well acquainted with the ad
vantages of the system that wo will
establish. Passenger service by air,
such as wo have to offer is just as
safe r.s any other means of trans
portation, more comfortable and
speedier. We can cut the time one
?ixlh ot what it now takes to travel
from one i.-land to the oilier. There
is liitlo danger, an our ships can
come down and liht on tho water
in case of necessity, but it is not
probable that we will have to take
advantage of this rasource. The hull
of our airship is so designed that
it is the same as a lifeboat in the
water. It is equipped with extra
engines in order to propel it thru
tho water in ca.ie' anything should
happen to the engines.
"The question has been raised as
io whether or not thin will brin.;
cbout competition and cut dow.i the
amount of business now beint done
by the steamship comp.'ny. Absolute
ly not experience shows that in ev
ery instance the volume of traffic
has increased with the means of
transportation. All of the other is
lands will be the same as suburbs
of Honolulu when the passenger ser
vice by air Is established.
,Asks Only Good Will.
"All we ask Is your good will and
support, and we want you to give
us a chance to show you what
our service will mean to Hawaii and
tho people of Hawaii."
DR. LARSEN MARRIED
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Saturday "The Street Called Straight"
Dr. N. Paul Larsen, brother of L.
D. Larsen, manager of the Kilauea
plantation, was married, September
1st, to Miss Sarah Lucas, of Hono
lulu. The marriage took place in
Exeter, New Hampshire, where Dr.
Larsen Is engaged in his profession.
Mrs. L. L. McCundless and Mrs.
Waiter 11. Coombs, well known so
ciety ladies of Honolulu, accompan
ied their husbands, who are here
with tho Masonic Scottish Rite pur
TAIYO SIGHTED AT KILAUEA
Sunday morning about 9 o'clock
a large China Mail boat, the Taiyo,
Has sighted at the Kilauea light
house. She was so close to shore
. that one could almost sea the pas
sengers on deck. As it Is an unusu
al thing for a boat of this size to
come so close in, an interested group
Of spectators soon gathered and
watched her out of sight. The Tai
yo was formerly a German steamer,
DR. HOPE COMING
It is pleasant news, indeed, for
those of us humans who are afflicted
with eye ailments to hear of the
proposed visit to Kauai, of Dr. II. K.
Hope.oue of Honolulu's leading op
! tometiists. His advertisement to
, this effect appears elsewhere in to
, day! issue of the Garden Island.
Dr. Hope's professional visit should
; be particularly welcome to those who
huvo not the opportunity to make
H periodical trips to the capital. The
'fact of the matter is, that Dr. Hope
i is coming at the urgent solicitation
, of some of our prominent citizens.
. Dr. Hope is a specialist in his pro
fession and employs only the latest
si lent. 'ieally correc ted Instruments.
He comes highly recommended by
physicians in civilian lifo as well as
those connected with the army on
H. H. Van Loan's
Miltaa Sills and Ann rcrrest
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"THE GREAT REDEEMER"
COMING TO HONOLULU
Two Japanese princes of royal
connections although not msmbers
of the royal family itself will visit
Honolulu this month. They are
Prince Kuehonomiyu. Hirotado and
Prince Kunenomiya Asahiro.
The visitors will arrive on the
Japanese naval training ships Izumo
and Yugumo, commanded by Capt.
Hanroku Saito. Nine high officers
of the navy and 268 naval cadets
are making the cruise.
lioth of the royal princes are
naval cadets and the present voyage
is regarded as an important featuie
of their training for the future.
Numerous social affairs are being
planned by representatives in Hono
lulu of Japanese officialdom and the
visit will be made an occasion for
the further strengthening of Japanese-American
The Japanese association of Hilo Is
planning to request the local Japan
ese consulate to extend to it the
privilege of taking the two Japan
ese princes to the volcano of Kil
uea. Thi3 request will not be granted
it is bejieved, in .view of the fact
that the consulate has received word
from the Japanese foreign office re
questing not to give the princes any
special treatment but to treat the
princes and other cadets alike when
they are entertained upon their ar
rival in Honolulu. The princes are
making the cruise not as members of
the Japanese imperial but as plain
This suggests to us also that not a
single birth of any famous person
Iv.'s been recorded during the past
twelve months. London Opinion.
Dr. H. H. Ha good, of Kealia, Ka
uai, wishes to announce that he Is
now equipped to attend to diserses
of the eye, ear, nose and throat.
Office hours from 1:00 to 3:00 p.
m., and by appointment. Adv.
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE
!2 1-4 acre lots for sale at Kalaheo
Good location, surrounded by maca-
di'in roads. Loth Kukuioloiu and
new school road. Apply J. V.
Jerves, Kalaheo, Kauai. i!t.
LIHUE UNION CHURCH
Regular services were resumed In
this church last Sunday with a
6trong appeal from the pastor, Rev.
R. W. Dayless, for a high type of
personal service for the ensuing
year. A splendid audience manuesi-
ed their evident appreciation of the
service and fellowship of the church.
Not all of the Sunday school scholars
as yet, are enrolled since the sum
mer vacation. All are reminded to
be present Sunday and church ser
vices will be held at the regular
hours and the people of the vicnity
are warmly Invited to share in their
DOW TO STAY flERE
We are not to lose our genial
wireless operator, Clifford J. Dow,
after all. Dow was to go to Maul
to take up work with the Maui
Times, but he has reconsidered the
proposition and decided to stay with
In the past year Dow has given.
Kauai better wireless service than
it ever had before. So we are glad
that he ha3 decided to pass up the
arduous life of a paper reporter and
remain a Kauite.
GIRL RESERVES CAMP
COMES TO HAPPY. CLOSE
At Breitablick, where the Girl Re
serves had their Sdnshine Camp,
during the month of August, silence
reigns. Camp is over, and every
girl who had the opportunity of
spending part of her vacation there
holds happy memories and happier
anticipations for a repetition next
summer of those good times.
Even housecleaning was made a
pleasure and1 the house shonebrlght
There were never such good meals,
and the girls cooked them them
selves. No dining table could be
more attractive than their's though
there was no table cloth, for ferns
are abundant at Breiablick, and they
can be made a wonderful table cov
ering and background for dishes
steaming with Spanish rice,
baked beans and corn chowder.
The swimming pool, deep rnd
cold,, made safer by a rope stretch
ed across, and Inflated automobile
tubes, and surfboards, and water
wings, tempted even the most timid
and they are longer timid for they
can now swim.
No accident marred the good times
and friendships made have united
Girl Reserves of all Kauai closer
That U the combination that
brings a smile to the motorist.
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