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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOV. 23, 191
FATHERS AND SONS
HAVE BIG TREAT
167 MILLION FEET TIMBER
SOLD ON NATIONAL FOREST
(From Makawell Plantation News)
One of the moHt enjoyable anil
instructive programs ever held at
the Community House was the first
plantation Fathers and Sons rally
held last month. Several hundred
fathers and sons of nil the nationali
ties on the plantation were in at
ndance. The main address on the program
was given by Jimmy Taylor, veter
an of eight wars, and present direct
or of religious work at the Honolulu
.Army and Navy Y. M. C. A. lie
tuade every father present feel their
great responsibility to their son in
molding his character for right liv
ing and successful manhood. Mr.
Taylor is a wonderful speaker but
what those present will long ra
member of him is his earnestuejs
of spirit and inspiring personality.
He made the audience feel as he
felt and determined to endeavor to
live up to their responsibility.
Nell Locke, local county Y secre
tary, gave a fine talk on the value
of the boy. If every father present
didn't believe that their boy was
their most valued possession in the
world, it wasn't Mr. Locke's fault,
for he showed them that they were.
M. Hayshl translated the talks for
the benefit of the Japanese pres
ent. Mr. Damkroger was in charge
of the meeting. During the program
Mr. Locke led the audience in sev
eral familiar old-time songs.
. Following the program ice cream
cones wero served and as boys will
be boys, most of them eat at least
a dozen. Some of them managed to
slip their Dad one on the side.
One hundred, sixty-seven million
feet of timber on the I'lumns Nat
ional forest l.as just been sold (o
the Swayne Lumber Co., OrSvllIe,
Cal., according to announcement by
district forester, Paul O. Redington,
chief of the local U. S. Forest Ser
vice hradovrrirrs. TV" tin'"1" cov
ers about 14,j00 acres in what is
known ns the sugar pine-yellow
piac eL l.i 'lie U..rt j ic LI. -.'.. ...
It is estimated that this amount of
timber, together with the intci mix
ed privately owred timber, will re
quire eight years to cut and con
vert into lumber. Twenty-one miles
of railroad will bo built from Merri
mac to connect with an existing
logging railroad 40 miles in elngth.
As usual in this type of forest the
logging will be done by donkey en
gines, but forest officers will care
fully supervise the cutting so that
all young and' thrifty trees will be
left for future growth. Only mark
ed trees will be cut and brush and
debris resulting from logging will
be plied and burned. The United
States Treasury will receive approx
imately $3G0,O00, or at the rate of
about $45,000 a year during the life
of the sale. Prices received were
$3.50 per M. feet for sugar pine,
$3.00 for yellow pine and $1.00 for
would be a pay show, but due to
the fact that the Charley Chaplin
"Shoulder Arm" film failed to make
its appearance ' It was decided to
give the program free and the plan
tation pay the entire expenses.
The main feature of the program
was the IUzal Filipino Circus troup
performance. It was a good exhibi
tion of tight wire and acrobatic
acts. The Minehahn Music Club fur
nished the limbic during the program
and for the dance which followed.
The program also included movies.
Over a thousand persons witnessed
A dividend of 10 per cent will be
paid by the Receiver of the Hawaii
Hank of Commerce, Limited, Nov
ember 2!, 1022. Checks covering the
dividend on commercial de-posits
will be mailed. All savings deposit
ors are requested to forward their
pass-books to the Henry Water
house Trust Co., Ltd., Honolulu, for
Honolulu, November 28th, 1922.
SPECIAL RATE TO
' CIVIC CONVENTION
CROWDED AT VICTORY
(From Makaweli Plantation News)
Long before the first number of
the Victory Day program hold at
the Community House on the even
ing of November 11th, was announc
ed, every seat and all available
standing space in the gymnasium
The first notice given jn regard
to this entertainment was that it
Delegates to tho civic convention
to. be held in Honolulu, December
7th to 8th will be granted a special
rale fur round trip tickets from any
port in tho islands to Honolulu and
return, of one singla fare and a
Delegates will be required to pur
chase full trip ticket to Honolulu
Special half faro return at com
pany's office in Honolulu. Written
authority from the civic convention
committee in charge of transporta
Hon must be presented.
1NTEK-ISLAND STEAM NAV. CO
The S.S. CLAURINE will substi
tute for the S.S. MAUNA LOA for
one trip, sailing from Honolulu on
Friday, November 24, and returning
on Friday, December 1.
The S.S. KINAU will substitute
for the S.S. CLAUDINE on her
schedule to Kauai ports from Mon
day, November 20 to Sunday, De
Due to Thursday, November 30,
being a holiday, the S.S. KINAU
(substituting for Claudine) sailing
to NawlliwlH will be postponed un
til Friday December 1, at 8 p. m.,
and on her return she will sail from
AhukinI on Saturday, December 2,
at 6 p. m., arriving at Honolulu on
Sunday, December 3.
No nasseneer vessel will be substi
tute for the S.S. KINAU while she
is off her' regular run from Nov
ember 22 to December 3.
A freight steamer will sail on
Wednesday, November 22, and Wed
nesday, November 28, at 5 p.m.,
with general freights for Koloa, Port
Allen and Waimea, but returning
will Bail direct from Waimea as
soon as work Is completed.
Inter-Island Steam Nav. Co., Ltd.
Honolulu, T. H Oct. 31, 1922.
Dr. Justin C. Smith
"15 il is KoimMliiiig to put
Tho ritli. sweet, appetizing Mailt1 Hutter from
Now Zealand is Hi,' finest family butter. II makes
bread a Ileal ami is sjlc,idi1 for flavoring anl
em idling other eal iblcs.
Mailt by a dairy people in a dairy country.
Your Grocer Has It or Can Get It
Metropolitan Meat Market
Agents for Terrilorv
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8 a. m. to 12 m.
1 p. m. to 4:30 p. m.
"proof of the
That delicious and
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PURE FRESH CREAM
HONOLULU DAIRYMEN'S ASSOCIATION
Received Twice a Week
Agent for Kauai
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To date we have sold nearly four hundred Studebaker cars
in Hawaii, since this firm took over the Studebaker agency in
HlUO about three years ago. The actual number will exceed
four hundred before Christmas.
And this in view of the fact
that we were unable to get more
than J! Sludebakers from the
coast during the first year.
Actual sales of Studebakei'
cars of the different modlers
as we wish.
'The proof of the pudding
is in the eating!" Motorists of
Hawaii in Hit last three years
The Ladies of the Kealia Catholic
Church will hold a Fair Dec. 2 at the
Hawaiian Hall from 1 0 a.m. to 1 0 p.m.
Christmas gifts a Specialty.
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cars to date for the present have learned just how good the
year here are 18!). Studebaker really is. Proof of
We received ten new cars a car's goodness is in what the
from the coast this week, but owners say and IK) about it.
still are unable to get as many
Need we say more?
' " ' " Distributor for Hawaii
.A''SSrv , ! HKUKTANJA at A LA PA I Honolulu
S. Ichinose, Kauai Agent, Koloa. Phone 29 1
YUEN KEE CAFE kapaa, kauai
GENUINE CHOP SUI on Order by Phone
Pies Cakes & Confectionery - Catering
'Cry Our Ice Cream
PHONE 526 P. O. BOX 42
of course - -
Hawaiian Kona is the Best
We don't need to tell you
that. Just wanted you
to form the good habit
of asking your grocer for
Kona Coffee with the red
label in one pound pack
ages or five pound cans.
THE CHOICE OF THE PICK
Drugs, Toilet Articles
HdhdIuIu Dairymsn's Ice Cream
Garden Island Drug Store
8. HARRY OKA, Prop. Kapaa, Kauai, T. H.