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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1921
MRS. HOFGAARD AND
MRS. BRODIE ENTERTAIN
for the Hawaiian
Lehua Typewriter Carbon
Peacock Silk Carbon Paper
Hawaiian News & Thrums Ltd.
Young Hotel Building Honolulu
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plau. Operated in connection with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
One ot the prettiest of formal teas
was given by Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard
and Mrs. Gertrude Brodie in honor of
Mrs. Campbell Crozler (nee Esther
Hofgaari) who '.a visiting at the home
ot her parents. .
Mrs. Crodle received the guests
at the door, while Mrs. Hofgaard and
Mrs. Crozier met them as they enter
ed the drawing room.
Fifty ladies . were asked to meet
Mrs. Crozler or to renew old acquaint
ances and many little groups of la
dles filled the spacious rooms of the
The rooms were .decorated with
beautiful roses and ferns, and the
pretty reolrs of silk and organdie
dresses 4nt charm to the 'entire af
fair. ' '
Several musical numbers were given
among which were two songs by Mrs.
Sarah Snead, a member of the junior
high school faculty of Walmea. Her
contralto singing was a rare treat to
Refreshments were served in the
dining room where Mrs. Wm. T. Dunn
presided over the service and Mrs.
Wilson P1.' Cannon at the coffee. The
Norwegian1 cookies known only at
the Hofgaard home, were thoroughly
Mrs. Cffozier and her infant daugh
ter, Marjgaqet Marie, expect to visit
on this fclftud for a month. Mr. Croz
ier will.. Join j his wife later and after
a week's tftatt will return to Honolulu
Many! Jlttblei social functions are be
ing planned) for Mrs. Crozler. Mrs
Ernest Damkroger will be hostess at
a bridge .(party on Wednesday and on
Saturday Mrs Jas. D. Davidson will
be hostess at a luncheon.
ALAPAKI SMITHS HOLD
WOODEN WEDDING FEAST
Make Your Own
Light and Power
Here is the complete Kohter
Automatic Power and Light
outfit. Note the simplicity of
Its construction, its clean-cut
appearance, Its Bturdy build
note, above all, the entire ab
sence of the utual bank of
large glass battery cells. There I
are but three simple units in -the
Kohler system: Its efficient
four-cylinder, water-)cooled ,mo- ;
tor; its dependable generators
connected directly to the motor,':'
and a small automobile-type u
battery for starting the motor 1
The Hurd -Pohlman Co., Ltd.,
Mr. and Mrs. Alapaki Smith of Kil-
auea celebra't'eti their fifth wedding
anniversary'iTa'st Saturday. The cele
bration took the form of a dinner
riaijcfe'toeld1 in the Kilauea community
house Saturday night, to which about
40 resident 'of" the plantation were
inv ted. .KJi'ii).,..;! y
he" artaWWas carried out in fine
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plated' iif'th'e hiaia" reception room cf
the 'hall'. A ftVe-'b6ufBeH dinner was
s'e'rl'ea'withnJtis'a'nd dancing a la
cabbr'e'f gblrig' btf fri; the meantime
itice the celebration was or tne
pijenwed'i'jng? a'large number of
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Dealers in General Merchandise
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presents made oi wood were present
ed the young cauple. ..A big wooden
let ' was' decorated and literally
crammedf','f'uit'o'preserifsI ranging all
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Iie way iromj a roiling pin 10 oa cai-
jSDe(e,chI( o acceptance, pegging nis
gudsts to take DacK omy tne roinns
Afterthe , dinner a .daftce,, was held.
gudsts finally departing, wishing that
Mr ilPtMtt, AraJM,,t,Ai?'eddlnB
aniii.Y.eRsaryi everv, S.atrdy, .flight.
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for Mnr tese'the Mhts'bf KatfaRiHii
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Dr. KobavaKhL Dreuidenl of the
7 i!i 11)1 it 'll Till,, .--flvi"' "I
Lecture, has a new cure for TeDrosy
accofdin to claims njaue by the Tp:
"kyoAsahi'. This'cure la embodied in
an lnveciion oi.a nuuiu concocieu irom
uentSj . tne pap.r says, nave ueen
treated with the result, that' llie s'kii
iii: i,T T. I i ir
has Keen returned to its normal col
or and leaving nothaik torfislingulsh
; :n ..ii tifl in -..T?i 7(i (it (,.
them from healthy men.
Dr."' lvobayashi '' intends ' 'to' putli'sh'
('il I.; . !i . I OT '1-"J 7
the results of nis experiments after
haying ul) Batisied ijimse'lf tbat he
,)ias a cure tor the affliction after1 a
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Tip Top Theatre
"MARRIAGE OF WM. ASHE"
KING, QUEEN & JOKER"
Every Saturday at 3 p. m. there will be a special
matinee for children. Any seat in the house 10c
A LOIS WEBER PICTURE
"TOO WISE WIVES"
PAPER MULCH TO BE
USED FOR PINES
Weeds are quite a serious problem
Jn some of the Kauai pineapple fields.
j3ut if the Kckert paper proposition,
a? reported in the Honolulu Star-Bul-
,1-Un, works out here, we may soon
ae our fields covered with tar paper
a-ijidt not a weed in sight.
The paper mulching process, in
Henfed by F. C. Eckert, former man-
aKerf Olaa plantation, to aid cane
fiVlttfations, may revolutionize the
pjneapple industry of Hawaii.
X Experiments that have been con-
trncfea""by the Hawaiian Pineapple
Co,, ourfhg the past two years on
ai test' nftt, show that the mulching
sprod'e's' besides reducing cost of pro-
taction by preventing weed growth.
iulso': stimulated Dlant erowth to the
of' increasing the tonnage at
t!he 'ra't'e'of over three tons per acre.
. VKII.I hi
(KIS$tep by. step, as the work has pro-
hfcfess'edptept8 have been applied for
uniii uiereare now is patents stanu
frig In Eckliart's name. The Hawaiian
Pineapple Co. has obtained an option
'-fVir tbajtjlelebt to use ot the
'Evkert patents' in pineapple culture
in ijawan white no decision has
;bfeeu . njade. it if considered certain
Eckerra-riguuil-itdeii .in using pa-
mulches ia ugs:eane cultiva-
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II it (
. pn,-i-.,ia'iuti)iinJi(,eed growth,
i(Ud, lhy iMtiinaCmgi tvut-iug and weed
i.iK (Oi n :iconider&bl. eatent, reduce
,tha . iicdtoS poodUotiuMt The experi-
, ', !: I l-itii -iii.lliif.ili In
n. mts at Olaa proved encouraging In
both saving of labor and increased
c:.iie yield, as well as the purity of
tlu juices. Consequently Olaa plan
ti.Uon erected a factory for the man
ufacture of this mulch, principally
from bagasse or the pulp of the cane
stalk after it is ground. Olaa is now
aUe to furnish all the paper for its
own requirements and is in position
to manufacture a surplus, if there is
a market for it.
Eckert's patents cover the various
methods ot application and the use
ot the paper mulch on various kinds
of crops. i
How Method Works.
In the cultivation of pineapples the
best absorbing paper is laid on the
ground in rows and the pines are
planted through the boles in the paper.
The advantages derived from this
1. It prevents all weed growth in
the area adjacent to the plants, and
thus saving a large amount ot labor,
and leaving the cultivation free to
pass between the rows.
2. By avoiding hoeing, It saves tlu
leaves anr roots of the plant from
being bruised and broken.
3. It" protects and shades the ground
preventing it from becoming baked
4. It prevents evaporation, thus
keeping the ground moist and giving
the roots a good feeding grouud.
5. It absorbs the sun's heat and
gradually transmits this to the earth,
keeping the ground warmer, especial
ly at night and in cold weather.
6. By these various methods, it In
creases the crop production.
These results are vouched for by
J. L. Wbitmore, acting manager of
the Hawaiian Pineapple Co.
It is taken tor granted that if the
Hawaiian Pineapple Co. takes up
these rights, it will sublicense It to
competitors at a low rate per acre,
as its policy In the past on the many
exclusive patents It holds has always
been to permit their use by the entire
Industry on reasonable terms.
In the meantime, Mr. Eckert is per
mitting some of the growers to make
liratied experiments with a view to
securing further information as to the
results ot the process.
SUGAR CANE STALK
USED FOR LUMBER
New Orleans, La. Bagasse, the su
gar cane stalk from which the Juice
is extracted, is being made in build
ing material by a manufacturing com
pany at Marero, La across the Mis
sissippi river from New Orleans. It
is said to be virtually a substitute
for lumber and its promoters claim
it to be superior in some respects.
The product is being manufactured
in boards 12 feet wide and 800 feet
long, one board containing enough ma
terial to build three bungalows. Strips
are later cut into required dimen
sions. Discovery of a use for bagasse is
said to have developed during the
war in an investigation of insulating
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