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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, August 22, 1922, Image 8',
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TfiE GARDEN ISLAND i TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1922.
Dr. M. T. KIRBY
will Lecture at the Kapaia Japanese School
Tuesday, August 29, 7:30 P. M.
The Psychology of Sleep"
Mr. Kirhy will also speak at the following places:
August 2:'.nl at 7 p. in. Makaweli Hall
August 24tli, at 7 p. in Electa Buddhist Church
August 2"th at 7 p. in. Koloa Buddhist Church
August 2(5th, at 7 p. in ;... Waiinea Church
August 27th, at 2 p. in Kapaia Buddhist Church
August 27th, at 7 p. m Kealia Buddhist Church
August 2Sth, at 7 p. m Kilauea Buddhist Church
THE LIHUE STORE'S
Summer Drinks and Ingredients
ifiVD COMMERCE CHAMBER HOLDS
(Continued from Pago One)
u willingness must havo boon ex
pressed by tho applicant to assumo
the obligations ot membership.
Some additions liavo been made
to our county park areas at Wailua
with good prospects of tho county
acquiring tho dry and wet caves at
Haena, owing to tho activities and
foresight ot our Mr. Lydgato and It
gives mo pleasuro to give him a
word of commendation which is cer
tainly duo him.
On tho whole, tho year under re
view has rot been one of startling
accomplishments but on moro than
one occasion tho chamber has shown
justification for Its existence.
In closing, allow mo to thank tho
officers and members for their un
failing courtesy and helpfulness
throughout tho year.
. .. Vote of Thanks
Mr. Lydgato with a few appropri
ate remarks, then called for a ris
ing vote of appreciation for tho
splendid manner in which tho rotlr
iug president had conducted his of
Communications Acted Upon
letter from the Chamber of
Commerce of Honolulu was read
stating that tho next territorial civ
ic convention would bo held In Ho
nolulu, September 14 and 15 and
that all arrangements for the con
vention had been placed In the hands
of a special committee, who would
advise this chamber as soon as a
definite program was arranged.
On August Oth the Honolulu cham
ber wrote this body, enclosing a list
of subjects assigned to various civ
ic bodies and Individuals through
out the territory, leaving the last
(No. 9) blank, requesting that the
Kauai chamber name the subject
and choose a speaker to present
same. After some discussion Mr,
Wlshard moved that tho board ot
directors take this matter up and
report later. (Carried).
A letter from Vaughan MacCaugh-
ey, superintendent of public Instruc
tion, was read regarding tho school
building program for the next de
cade. This letter had been placed
in the hands of Prof. F. J. Dolling
or, principal of tho Kauai high
school, who stated that tho propos
ed program was being fully carried
out at tho present time by this
county. The secretary was Instruct
ed to write Mr. MacCaughey to this
A letter from the Honolulu Cham
ber of Commerce dated July 15,
relating to the contemplated excur
sion of tho Los Angeles Chamber
of Commerce about tho middle of
September. As this letter had al
ready been answered no action was
taken at this Umo.
Under the head of reports ot
committees, Mr. Menefogllo report
ed that he had taken up tho matter
of tho Haena Caves with tho A. S. Wil
cox estato and that there would bo
no difficulty In acquiring tho de
sired sharo of tho Haena lull.
Tho following names wero propos
ed for membership nnd unanimously
elected: Ur. Dunlavy, of Koloa, and
J. H. Catton ot Mnkawell.
Unanimously Endorses House
Beach Lot Project
E. H. V. Broadbcnt Introduced tho
matter of the Wailua lots, and beach
lots at Kawailoa, stating that here
was an opportunity for tho people
to get desirable lots upon which they
could build themselves homes
something that has heretofore been
entirely Impossible. He stated that
he had talked with T. C. Dalley,
commissioner of public lands, to-
garding the matter and that Mr,
Bailey stated that It there was a
demand for these lots they un
doubtedly would be opened to the
public. Mr. Lyugate presented a
map of the proposed Wailua lots,
showing the lay of tho ground. The
proposal Is to open up a row of lots
beginning at the rock crusher, near
the golf links, and extending to
tho river on both sides of the road
thence up the bank of the river to
tho water tunnel a distance of
about n mile. Mr. Broadbent moved
that the chamber endorse this pro
ject and petition the department of
public lands to throw open '.he
Wailua house lots and the Kawailoa
beach lots and to Include water-
rights thereon. The motion was un
Would Acquire Kuleanas In Park
II. D. Wlshard stated there were
two small kuleanas within the Wat
lua park that should be purchased
by the county and turned over to
tho park. Mr. Lydgato therefore
moved that the chamber recommend
that the supervisors acquire these
kuleanas. The motoln was duly sec
onded and carried.
H. P. Agee, director of the H. S
P. A., experiment station at HoiiO'
lulu; being present, was called upon
for a few remarks. Tho mooting
THEM WITH THE GOODS
Jos. P. Bcttencourt Jr., Kauai's
prohibition officer, reports tho fol
lowing cases for last week!
Mrs. Shlka MarugamI, ot Atpo,
Koloa, arrested for making ten gal
lons of rlco mash, ploadcd guilty
In the Lthue district court and was
fined $50 and one dollar costs.
Hamamoto, also ot Alpo, Koloa,
was fined $50 and one dollar costs
for having five ballons of rlco beer
In his possession.
Kim Kycnd Ok, of Hanalel, for
having a bottlo of okolehao In his
possession was fined tho same
Bottcncourt also reports that an
abandoned still was found at Koloa,
but his efforts to trace tho owror
or owners were not successful. Tho
nllll was destroyed.
MONTGOMERY At Lthue, August
20, 1922, to Mr. and Mrs. Kalel
Montgomery, a daughter: Hannah.
KAPULE At Moloaa, Kauai, Aug
ust 18, 1922, to Mr. and Mrs. Nala
Kapule, a son.
KAPULE At Moloaa, Kauai, Aug
ust IS, 1822, tho Infant son of Mr.
and Mrs. Nala Kapule.
Practically new western stock sad
dle, wide forks, basket stamp. Cost
$125. $75 buys It. Phono C. A. Bag
Toggenberg bucks 151C and 78.
Inquire at Garden Island office or
address P. O. Box 95, Kapaa. tt
FORD TOURING CARS
We have a number of Ford Touring
cars on hand which we will sell
cheap. Inquire at Walmea Stables
Ltd., Nawlllwlli or Waimeo, tf.
Young man with good business
training desires position as book
keeper or stenographer. Address ,
Garden Island. tf.
Bookkeeping and shorthand taught
by mall (quick service) or at our mod
ern college. Day and evening classes.
All subjects. Write for catalogue.
HONOLULU BUSINESS COLLEGE
tf. 1176 Fort StrecL
B 10 VER A (5 K B I T 1 WE I S 1311
B EVERAG E W L ELA ND'S
BEVERAGE "I'ABLO" -
BIRCH BEER "OLIQUOT CLUB"
CI DEW DIAMOND "A"
CREME DE MENTHE LYONS
COOKTA 1 L ''MANHATTAN" LYONS
COCKTAIL "MARTINI" LYONS
GINGER ALE "OLIQUOT CLUB"
GINGER ALE WHITE ROCK
GINGER ALE "A. B."
GRAI'E JUICE CHURCH'S
GRAI'E .1 UICE WELCH'S
KUMMEL LOVEDALE'S, IM.
LOGANBERRY .JUICE "J'HEZ"
J 'I NECTAR IIAWAI IAN
ROOT BEER "CLIQUOT CLUB"
RARSAl'ARILLA "CLIQUOT CLUB"
SYRUP "FORBIDDEN FRUIT" GRAI'E
SYRU1 'LYON'S G 1 ENAD I N E
and at our Soda Fountain
Iced Drinks - Ice Cream - Ice Cream Cones
Fresh Dairy Cream
PIES - CAKES - BREAD
from Waimea Bakery
Deliveries made as far as Kapaa
every Tuesday and Saturday
Fresh by Every Steamer
Telephone Your Orders to