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Till? GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. A TIM I, 1. H22
Los Angeles Looks to
Hawaii for Future Trade
(Continued from last week) soaps. The total soap purchases cf
The products of Iron and steel.l Hawaii last year amounted to a
purchased l.y Hawaii last year ag- j little more than a half million dol-
T ! High School Girl Reserves
gregated more than $14,300,000 in
value, and it is not Improbable that
this business will, increase. In fact
it hus nearly doubled in value since
1919. Here are some of the items:
Steel bars or rods, 5,997,679 pounds,
$289,600; car wheels $188,G50; cut
lery $154,878; bath tubs, lavatories,
and other enamel ware, $188,201;
builders' hardware $197,141; adding
machines $59,248; cash registers,
$49,611; engines and parts $561,577;
printing presses $26,073; pumps and
pumping machinery, $377,988; re
frigerating machinery $97,604; sew
ing machines $171,780; sugar mill
'machinery $402,822; typewriting ma
chines $105,406; all other machinery
and parts $1,307,111; nails $325,077
(4,518,350 pounds); pipes and fit
tings, nearly $7,000 tons, $848,385;
rails, 3000 tons, $230,603; safes, 209
in number, $36,901; scales and bal
ances $36,591; iron sheets and plat
es, 1,524 tons, $218,833; steel sheets
and plates, 3,532 tons, $404,009; stov
es and ranges $206,674; structural
iron and steel, .4,250 tons, $406,081;
tin plates, 25.607 tons, $3,592,9i.3;
ANAHOLA Y. CLUB
lars, about one-fourth of which were i
Manufactures of straw and palm
leaf also were quite an item of trude
amounting to nearly $225,000. '
Although Hawaii exports such enor
mous quantities of sugar, it also
imported from the states more than
5,500,000 pounds of refined sugar,
valued at $521,000. it would not be
worth so much at present prices,
The population of Hawaii also us
es considerable tobacco products.
Their purchases along this line last
year amounted to more than $2,100,
000, about half of which was cigar
ettes, which were imported to the
number of 134,786,000, or Just dou
ble the previous year's imports. In
addition to this there was also $G20,
000 Invested in smoking tobacco and
$437,000 in cigars.
Canned Goods Trade Grows
The general classification of vog-
etables amounted to $967,000, with
canned goods comprising the larg
est Item and valued at $430,000. Po
tatoes came next with a value of
The Anaholn social hall was the
scene of nn enthusiastic gathering
last Saturday night when the mem
bers of the Annhola Y Club met to
install its new officers nnd enter
tain tho retiring cabinet.
Former president, H. Lovell, in
troduced his successor, Tal Sam
Lcong, who responded with n few
appreciative . words and introduced
the other officers: Taku Woda. vice
president; Yun Yuen Lol, secretary;
Yun How Lai, treasurer.
The regular order of business was
taken up. Following the Bible dis
cussion remarks were indulged in
1... Un nnii, r , f f ,' r a VQ ntlH Sni't'OfiirV
u, , utihtly and daintily about, their
Locke. Refreshments were then 1 . ...
served In honor of the retiring offi-
On Thursday afternoon, the Girl
Reserves of the Kauai high school
repented their March divisional meet
ing nt the Moklliana hall. It was
a grand success nnd tbo audience
The Lantana corps came first
with nn exhibition of snappy signal :?
ing. Anna Scott showed her skill in
the semaphore by signaling "The '
Girl Reserves welcome you." The .
entire corps did some wigwagging
in the general service code, ending T
with Helen Wedeineyer who whist-'
led "Welcome to Miss Hanson und j
Miss Vnderhlll." J
Next came the Cactus corps with'
a Chinese folk dance. Their cos-'
tunics were most gorgeous and cap- 9,
tivuted the spectators. As they kip-
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tools $340,558; wire $87,645; mis- 310,000, and beans, ptas, onions,
cellaneous iron and steel items $3, and miscellaneous vegetables made
171,792. up the balance.
Many of these commodities are Lumber and lumber products make
manufactured in Southern Califor-'up a very large item, amounting to
nia, and with the new steamship1 $4,677,000. The largest single item,
connections, this section should sup-! aside from ordinary building lumber
ply many of them to Hawaii.
Heavy Buyers of Leather Goods
Leather goods exports to Hawaii
last year totaled $1,361,299, the chief
item being 217,321 puirs of boots and
shoes, with a value of $966,507,
Meat and dairy products to the
amount of $3,735,000 were purchas
ed by Hawaii last year.
The exports of musical instru
ments amounted to $254,341.
Mineral oils purchased by Hawaii
probably came principally from Los
Angeles. They amounted to 129,
901,158 gallons, with a value of $9,
625,112. The new steamship . line
will make little . difference in this
business, as it moves chiefly in- tank
Paints and colors are manufactur
ed to a large extent in Los. Angeles
and last year the purchase of these
commodities by Hawaii amounted to
Paper and paper products shipped
to Hawaii last year' aggregated $2.
137,000 in value. Los Angeles is
chiefly interested in shipping; books,
stationery and paper boxes, and the
purchases of these items amounted
to more than $1,200,000.
Perfumeries and toilet prepara
tions amounted to $287,385.
Phonographs and records added
more than $200,000 more to Hawaii's
trade. . ;
Photographic goods, including more
than five million feet ot motion p'.;
tur l'lms, made nearly $200.000. t'O
Women Demand Our Silks -
Silk manufactures aggregating
$536,000 were among Hawaii's .nr
chasos last year, divided about equal
ly l ei ween wearing apparel and oth
er t.oods. Los Angeles ' is a large
manufacturer ot this class of com
Los Angeles already does consid
erable business In the Islands in
cers and n program for the next
four months was drawn up which
incorporated an interesting variety
of interesting and helpful activities.
The popularity of this . club is
evidenced in the increase of i V
membership during the past two
months. The charter roll holds 11
names, the present enrollment Is 22.
The members are a unit in their
statements that this organization has
provided constructive activities.
HANALEI Y MEMBERS
GO TO KALALAU
was boox shooks, called for by the
pineapple industry. This amounted
to $924,754. That Hawaii will fur
nish a considerable market for Los
Angeles furniture, however, is indi
cated by the fact that furniture Im
ports last year aggregated $557,572.
Mill work reached a value of more
than $200,000, and miscellaneous wood
Wool articles purchased b Ha
waii last year had a value of $1,145,
000, more than $400,000 of which
These figures will give a general
Idea of the commerce of the Island
territory, and the markets which
have thus far been developed there.
Doubtless markets can be created
there for merchandise. The wealth
of the islands is indicated by the
fact that what they produced and
exported last year sold for $50,000,-
000 more than they spent for im
The new steamship service to Ha
waii will open up these new mar
kets to Los Angeles better than ever
before, besides making it possible
for Los Angeles touirsts to visit
these wonderful islands by direct
palatial steamers which should
bring mutual benefit both to South
ern California and to the island
WANTED FOR NEAR
EAST RELIEF WORK
Eight of the older fellows of the
Ilanalei Three-C Club spent five
days of the Easter vacation period
pigtails flew in the wind
The Rose corps appeared on the
stage, singing a hiking song, lheit
some one suggested that they play
Three Deep. As they whirled round
and round, all of a sudden Yohie
fell. Everyone was horror-stricken,
for sho had broken her arm and re
ceived many other Injuries. Her
mates carried her to a chair, and
Elaine Mahikon nnd Kintlyu Okomo
to showed the skill they boasted la
bandaging. They explained while
they worked the different kinds nnd
ways of bandaging.
The Coreopsis corps came forth.
Kikul Xagata was certinly a fine
captain, full of pep nnd ginger. I he
girls had to double their poor bucks
in building tho breakwater at Na-
wiliwili and risk their necks climb-
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WfRELE 55 TJCPT.,
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in fishing and hunting at Kalalau. mAf)n (Q ,,,, th ror of
liio noys nave 10 snow ior uieir
trip a choice collection of goats of
the new parish house. It was a sight
to liehnlil. the froirs honiiinu about.
nil ages, sexes, and dispositions. Bill k one nmost h d t,own t,,R
Stevens adopted a name-sake which
has all the come-back of a double
end punching bag. Secretary Locke
Paul Robinson, and Abraham Kane
he spent the last two days with
the fellows. On the return trip the
Kinau was sighted off tho lUnakoa
stage. Their leader, Kikui, deserves
all the praise of a military general.
Tho llima corps then gave a de
monstration entitled "Tho Ciirl Who
Would Like to Mako Her Own
Clothes," and "The Girl Who Would
Like to Mako Her Own Griddle
Point, but the friendly old frontier (.ukwi. siRna giving lirorinatioii on
hignals from the hikers ;.',ot no ve
sponse from the voyagcri. Subse
quent reports indicate a reason.
the subjects were brought in, and
as the girls worked, the director,
Frances Jardin, gave instructions,
Have you any pieces of worsted
that you are not going to use? Any
size, length or color. If you have,
please donate it to the Near East
Relief. It is needed for knitting blan
kets. It can be left with Miss Han
sen, at the Y. W. C. A. cottage, Li
hue, or sent to Mrs. C. B. Hof
gaard, at Waimea. All such dona
tions will be thankfully received.
MRS. C. B. HOFGAARI), Waimea.
Fong Garage Co.
General Automobile Repairing
We repair old tires and tubes like new.
All kinds of rubber goods repaired.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
TEL. 511 L
A Pump that Pays
JVjlLW.M'KKE Caroline Pumps have a lower first cost
and Include improvements that make them quick
ly pay fur themselves, jnnl then V"p on paying. For
InstMiee. there is a small .valve that drains the hose
when piiiiMiiug plops.
Tin- Milwaukee's accurate measure and rapid deliv
ery please the motorist, and he comes back; a gallon
reiording m-ler kerps track of every gallon pumped up
to l.penein gallons. Let us tell you about other feat
ures of this pump.
Honolulu Iron Works
Although .1.1 iii.in.-i ny tno i"i.:y Which WL,ro very promptly und care
downpour there was no flagging or fuUy followed. Esther and Chow Moi
ardor or spirits on the part of the' hutl taught Alko and Minnie bow
hikers. Tho rains afforded sonm sre- tn .....b,, trrhidle cakes, nfter some
nic displays not otlierwiae possible. timo spent in the kitchen of the
Nine waterfalls were crnintod on tho teachers' cottage. They demonstrat-
llonakoa pall. The river at liana- L.d their skill and the favored ones
kapiai was waist deep and awift, ti,u audience ate them
the trail was muddy ana slippery. a movie scene in Armenia was
the long grass wet and sticky, but given by the Mexican Creepers. The
these were only incidents of the oor Armenians were turned out of
moment and it Is the look-back that their homes und were nearly mas
counts. snured hv the Turks. Luekilv. thev
Tho Hermit of Kalalau hospitably were rescued by the Oirl Reserves,
opened his liou.se and t rendered mu- who brought them to a hospital
sic from his unusual instrument, the where an invalid bed had been made
accordion-piano. People going in can by tho nurses. May and Reno. The
do a friendly service by taking Turks threw some into tho river,
something to read, music nnd other but ran when Hiey saw the Girl Re
extra supplies. serves coming. Tho Armenians were
it whs n trrpnt trin nnd wn'm pti. rescued by the Girl Reserves and
I ' i i ,k. ' i f . i.
ing again. were resiorcu uy mu ocniieiur iiiciu
od of resuscitation. The Armenian
KEKAHA THREE-C IN DEBATE cniidren were given (tons ny tne
kind Girl Reserves and others were
That boys of grammar school oge e'ven books and flowers,
are interested and will participate The Hibiscus corps came last
(with a little coaching) in forensic Tlly eiive a hm morality play,
contests was well demonstrated last showing the Girl Reserves' program.,
Thursday night when tho subject: A h'Kh school girl, EJeanor Peiler.
"Resolved, the Cow Is a More Use- knew ""thing about the Girl Re-
ful Animal than the Horse," was do- serves. So Slogan, Purpose, Code,
bated by two teams of the Kekaha Health, Knowledge. Service and Spir-
Three-C Club. The speakers showed !t camo t0 teU her about tllL'ir llilrt
they had put time and thought upon ln tho Girl Reserve work. The high
their arguments. In these days of school girl was delighted with them
mechanical devices and gas buggies a.l and wanted to join even before
the useful qualities of man's dumb lne corPs came in- " b' 0118 they
friends are sometimes forgotten, introduced her nnd each said a lim-
They were ably und forcibly re- elick in l,,ilise of ,ler TW. Mar-
called during the presentation of Uaret Sloggett, leader of the Hibis-
tho debate. The judges, Leader F. (!US corns, led her group in a corp
I). Hamada, and Secretary Locke. so,,K t0 end tno K'wius occasion,
were long in their deliberation for Between the cxhipitions. Peggy
the bestowal of first honors. The Miller and Margaret Sloggett led the
superior delivery of the defenders girls as they sang some of their
of the horse gained them tho do- well loved songs with much enthus-
This one of the many interesting
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programs the mumbers of this club
have participated in during tho past
two months. An overnight hike to Waimea!
Hooray! Hooray! Girl Reserves of
Harking Sands Is planned for next
is here on his regular visit,
prepared to tune ami do
whatever repairing or adjust
ing your piano or player pi
ano may need, l'lione your
Pianos Bought and Sold
Off started tho two truksful of
Blue and White, with a jolly spon
sor, and a lively "glee" bunch, the
"Triangulars" aroused Kauai that
they were still alive in their spirit
of good times.
Leaving Waimea, Monday, April"
the Girl Reserves of Waimea enjoy
ed a wonderful picnic at Niumalu
beach, taking in scenes on tho way
the newly begun wharf being their
most interesting feature. Swimming
und games of various kinds kept
the girls busy, while Mrs. Wright,
the club's sponsor, led her famous
string orchestra in many thrilling
songs on tho beach at "Waikiki."
Their well prepared lunches with i
enjoyed after which some of the
girls went roaming along the beach.
With their stomachs filled with
appetizing food and a jolly spirit,
the club left for home at 3:30 p. m.
Hear about them later.
0. HALL & SON
Distributors . j
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Kind Friend I did what I could,
Tony I told her you had more mon
ey than sense.
Tho Victim And did she say?
Kind Friend -She asked if you
had any money. The Itystander.
Son Papa, give me a nickel,
I'apa Why, son. you're too big
to lie begging for nickels.
Son I guess you're rinht, papa,
make it a dime. The Leatherneck