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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 14, 1922
TO, VISIT KAUAI
1 am arranging to visit Kalal ' on
my regular annual tuning trip
early In April with headquarters at
Llhue Hotel. Having had 14 years
experience in Hawaii, besides 18
on the mainland, enables me to
give your piano or player piano
Just what care and adjustment it
The piano is the most expensive
and most ubused article in the av
erage home. It has about 230 highly
tempered steel strings ranging in
gauge from 13 to 22, when drawn
to International pitch, exert a strain
on the frame of the piano approxt
mutely IS tons. Other stringed in
struments with a few pounds strain
are tuned every time they are
piuyod. A piano out of tune and
nut of adjustment is a handicap to
the performer, as well as listener,
"L,et me straighten out your dis
cords and create harmony in your
Very truly yours,
Tamos bought and sold.
BUSINESS PROPERTY FOR SALE
Tho business property of tho M
S. Tomus Co., at Kapua, is for sale,.
This porperty, consisting of a lot
75 x 100, a two story store build
ing, a residence and a garage, is lo
cateil on tho main business thor
ought'are of Kapaa and at about the
center of tho town. For further par
M. S. HENU1QUES '
Trustee M. S. Tomas Co., Creditor
Black leather handbag, near Kapaia
store on Monday. Reward if re
turned to the Garden Island of
fice or to Mrs. A. C. Glaisyer.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
Reo touring car. Will sell for cash
or trade for Ford. Engine In good
condition. Car will make fine speed
wagon. Call at Garden Island of
Buick 1917 touring car, 600. Apply
Mrs. Yap, Kapaa. It.
"Love Pirates of
Hawaii" Is To Be
Arrangements have been made
for the second presentation of the
comic opera, "The Love Pirates of
Hawaii." which was recently given
by the ' students and faculty of the
Kauai high school to a capacity
ojuho and pronounced by all as the
hit of the season.
The courtesy of Messrs Baldwin
and1 Damkroger has made it possible
to give this second hearing In the
Makaweli community house. This
will afford the opporunity for a large
number of people from the west
side who were not able to be pres
ent at the first presentation to see
and hear this sparkling bit of is
The entire original cast will as
sume their former roles. The pirate
chief and his motley and blood
thirsty crew; Miss Primer not as
austere as she might appear; delight
ful Dorothy Dear and Billy the
lirave; the Hawaiian girls and all
the rest. A wonderfully well chosen
cast and balanced chorus.
Added features will occupy the
interim between acts. An artist of
ftide theatrical end musical experi
ence has promised a rendition of
When Mose Blowed," "A Ride in
the City Pie . Wagon," and other
mirth provokers. The Melancholy
Melody Manglers are slated for a
couple of funeral marches. All in
all, it will be an evening filled with
harmony and wholesome laughter.
Tickets aro on sale at the McBryde
store, Eleele; Makaweli plantation
store, Makaweli; and C. B. Horgaard
& Co., Waimea. Reserved seats 75c.
General admission 50c; children 25c.
The proceeds will be divided be
tween the high school athletic fund
and a fund being raised to send
delegates to the Older Boys' confer
ence to be hold in Honolulu ( March
30 to April 3.
248 SHEEP DIE IN
THE HOLD OF KINAU
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Lack of ventilation in the hold of
the steamer Kinau resulted in the
death of 243 sheep which arrived
yesterday morning. They were ship
ped from the Gay & Robinson ranch
on N'lihau to be slaughtered and sold
as mutton to the local market, sur
viving the trip were 152 sheep which
were huddled in with the dead ones
Because of rough seas the hatches
were closed so securely that the
animals were smothered to death.
Otto Ludloff, agent of the Humane
society, meets all the boats from
the other islands and discovered the
sheep in this condition. He said:
"The trip from Kauai is a very
rough one and the boats should be
prepared tor stormy seas without
having to sacrifice animals in this
manner. Cruelty to animals on
Island boats Is one of the greatest
sources of work for the Humane
Society. Two weeks ago 400 sheep
wero sent here with only one death,
but that does not prove the method
Safe. I've been told by sailors on
these steamers that in the past
there have been shipments of 500
sheep when only one arrived alive.
Sheep suiter excruciatingly in such
a death, which can hardly be called
a sanitary means of slaughter."
DYNAMITERS SENTENCED TO
FROM FOUR TO TEN YEARS
There Are Three Prime Requi
sites in the Selection of Any
Adding Machine. In these
Wales Stand Pre-eminent
Every form of calcu
lation is done with the
least mental and phy
sical effort because of Wales
triple visibility and easier han
dle and keyboard action,
2 The Wales provides
the greatest . number
of mechanical safe
guards against human error.
Wales machines from
13 to 15 years old are
today giving continu
ous service on the hardest kind
Hawaiian News & Thrum's, Ltd.
Bishop St., Honolulu, T. H.
Judge James J. Banks, in the cir
cuit court, Saturday, states the Ad
vertiser, sentenced each of the 15
Japanese recently convicted on a
charge of criminal conspiracy in ccn
r.eciion with the dynamiting of the
house of T. Sakamaki, Olaa Hawaii,
in May, 1920, to imprisonment at
hard labor in tho territorial peni
tentiary for not less than four
nor more than ten years.
Counsel for tho Japanese noted ex
ceptions to the judgment and sen
tence of tho court and 30 days were
allowed in vvliicu to file a 'rin
script of the evidence. The case
according to present intention.!, will
br carried to be territorial suprcm';
court on excei. "i i:..
GOVERNOR REFUSES TO
APPROVE PETITION OT-
THL UNITEO WORKERS
Claiming that to legulie an organ
Ization whose possible tneinliprhip
have condemned Amei'ums and Am
ericanism in unmeasured terms would
be clearly and dangerously un-Ami-r?
lean. Governor Wallace R. Furrington
has refused to approvo lha petition
for a charter for the UnUvd Voikors
of Hawaii, which was recently organ
izert by industrial le.ul.Ti for the
purpose of bringing under one wing
workers of all races. Thj petition
was filed in tho Governor's otfi.jj
some time ago by members of the
central labor committee.
U. of H. To Give
A short course for pineapple field
men is offered by the University
of "Vawail, commencing March 27th
and running for one week. - The
course is planned especially for ex
perienced field men familiar with
the work of growing pineapples,
rather than for beginners. The les
sons given In this course will be
a simple presentation of the scientific
principles underlying the field, prac
tice. The lessons are given in part
by the University of Hawaii profes
sors and in .part also, by experts
outside the university.
Any persons in the territory who
wishes to is entitled to enroll in
this course. It is expected thnt 30
or 40 men from several large cor
porations will attend, and It Is hop
ed that some of the individual pro
ducers will also be present.
The university Is offering this
short course as part of Its exten
sion service program for the pur
pose of advancing the pineapple in
dustry In these islands .In this pro
ject the Pineapple Packers Associa
tion is heartily co-operating as are
also the H. S. P. A. experiment sta
tion and the territorial board or
agriculture and forestry.
No tuition or other fee is made
for this course. The instruction be
ing offered free to all who wish to
attend. The nature of the program
may be seen in the outline below:
8:00 ' a.m. Fundamental Require
ments of Plants; President A. L.
9:15 a.m. Chemical Aspects of Soil
Fertility; F. T. Dillingham, prof
essor of chemistry.
10:30 va.m. Physical Properties of
Soils; L. A. Heuke, professor of
1:30 p.m. Laboratory and Field
Studies in Soils; Professors Krauss
and Kenke, and Win. Baldwin of
Haiku Fruit & Packing Co.
8:00 a.m. Chief Requirements of
the Pineapple Plant; Dr. H. L.
Lyon, H. S. P. A. experiment sta
tion, in charge of pineapple inves
tigations. 9:15 a. m. Physiological Studies of
Pineapple Plants; Dr. H. F. Berg
man, professor or botany.
10:30 a. m. The Manufacture of
Ferftilizers; C. C. James, Pacific
Guano & Fertilizer Co.
1:30 p. m. Visit fertilizer works,
to obesrve processes of manufact
8:00 a. m. Improving Pineapples by
Selection and Breeding; A. D.
Shamel, U. S. Department of Agri
9:15 a. m. Fertilization and Tillage
of Pineapple Plants; F. G. Krauss,
professor or agronomy.
10:30 a. m. Discussion on Tillage
and Preparation of the Soil, led
by H. A. White, manager, Califor
nia Packing Corp.
1:30 p. m. Laboratory Studies in
'Insect structure, etc.; D. T. Fulla
way, and Prof. Crawford.
8:00 a. m. Pineapple Wilt,' Dr. H.
9:15 a. in. Pineapple Wilt, discus
sion on experiments, etc.
10:30 a. m. Quarantino and Protec
tion Againi-t Pests and Diseases;
E. M. Ehrhorn, territorial board
of agriculture and forestry.
1:30 p. m. Visit Plant Quarantine
Station; E. M. Ehrhorn.
8:00 a. m. Some Economic Prob
lems in the Pineapple Industry in
Hawaii; Dr. Romauzo Adams, pro
fessor of economics.
9:15 a. m. Handling Pines for
Shipment; C. E. Barter, Califor
nia Packing Corp.
10:30 a. m. How to Conduct Field
Experiments; Dr. H. L. Lyon.
1:30 p. m. Open.
8:00 a. m. The Evolution of Plant
Housing in Hawaii; Donald S.
Bowman, director of Industrial
Welfare, H. S. P. A.
9:15 a. m. Feeding Plantation Ani
mals; Prof. L .A. Henke.
10:30 a. m. Reserved for discus
sion or presentation of any spe
"DOROTHY" OF THE LOVE
PIRATES FROM MAKAWELI
; .mffiii'm ianra Jimin, iii,iimiiimn"ifi;inTi!irBiiirn
.Now. that mothers cUu vote the eaudi
iiTciiiinniuniTri1' i s
Miss Catherine Fernades, who tak
es the part of Dorothy Deur, daugh
ter of a plantation manager in the
comic opera, "Tho Lovo Pirates of
Hawaii," lives in Makaweli and her
many friends and acquaintances in
that section are looking forward with
pleasant anticipation to seeing her
as that character when tho opera
will be given in the Makaweli Com
munity House on the night of Satur
day, March 25th.
ITS DIVIDEND RATE
Iho American Factors Ltd., wil
continue to pay 75 cents a share pi
month dividend on its utock as
result of a vote taken nt a director
meeting last" week. This is at til
rate of nine per cent.
Striking an Average
"Why do you occupy two seats?"
asked the strap-hanger.
"To even things up," answered
the grumpy man. "Half tho time I
don't get any seat at all." Toledo
dates clou t seeui to be doing much baby
o bug worries the fanners of this great
nation haitas much as the humbug.
The man who is always complaining that
his neighbors don't understand him ought to
be glad of it.
We have till eaten spong cake in our
lives that lasted very much as though the
cook had gotten hold of the wrong sponge.
Jlen may not be more' modes! than wo
men, but all the men expose in public is
Anot her time when a fellow can.be
Ihanktul he has but one wife is when vaca
tion time rolls around.
Occasionally we run across a man who
will confess one bad habit in the hope of
hiding a dozen others.
Like cures like. Now comes a man who
claims to have discovered a weed that will
cure I he desire for the weeU used in five
When a man is left at home to get his
own meals he usually leans pretty heavy
on the egg and coffee supply and lets it go
Considering the prices they charge, it
looks like bootleggers ought to throw in a
It has about gotten 'so in Kussht that
paper is worth something unlU they print
it into money.
tturglars recently got J 1,500 out of a
Chicago woman's shoe, tfhe must have been
saving up to buy a new pair.
Tract ice makes perfect. That's why we
advise Kauai mefi to be careful what they
We wouldn't need any (resolutions if we'd
handle the ohl ones more gently.
The insanity plea in most murder cases
Is all right, for in most cases a fellow is
crazy to du it.
Grandmother's idea of disarmament is
to take the Christinas horn away from Wil
lie. Ever since prohibition went into .effect
and we no longer have water wagons to
climb on, some fellows can't understand why
we celebrate New Year.
A clever woman always tells a fat man
that he is much thinner than he is.
Very few, if any, women have taken up
law, but most all of thein know how to lay
it down. , ;
A whole lot of men who haven't head for
figures have a prelty good eye for. them.
The question now appears to be whether
the farmer is Ihe backbone of the country
or merely the spare-ribs.
A Georgia judge has ruled that hanging
doesn't invalidate life insurance. Hut it fix
es things so the man who is hung can't do
much celebrating on the proceeds. .;;
Every man is wise enough lo know that
a chicken on the table is worth two on the
A Detroit doctor claims to have dis
covered the secret of happy marriages. If
that doesn't win him all the business Jio
can wait on, nothing will.
Some men are born poor and others
keep, on fooling with the fake stock stock
What a lot of us idle rich would like
to have explained to us is how are we going
to pay our income tax after we've spent the
We are forced to agree with the southern
editor who says that before prohibition base
ball was our national game. Now it is hide
and seek. ;
Many a woman mistakes audacity in' a
man for bravery. And many a time she is
Lots of people are too conscientious to
lip, and yet in some way or another they
manage to suppress the truth.
A Paris woman predicts the end of the
world is coining on April 1. We print this
informal ion for the benefit of the man who
usually puts off paying his subscription un
til along in July.
After all, the meanest man is the one
who withholds from his wife the praises he
knows is due her.
It is a relief to know Ireland is now fac
ing a civil war. She has had so many wars
that haven't been civil.
A Chicago man was shot in the chest
ten days after he was married. That's usu
ally, about the time they get hit on the pock-etbook.
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