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totDEN ISLAHD TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1922..
MEAD SUCCEEDS DALLOU
AS H. S. P. A. ATTORNEY
According to news from the main
land, Judge Sidney Ballon, who 1ms
been tho H. S. P. A. attorney In
Washington, has resigned to be
come tho head of tho legal depart
ment of tho California-Hawaiian re
finery. Royal D. Moad will succeed him
as attornoy at Washington.
TRAVELING MEN AND
R. KAN2AKI, Prop.
State they are getting from 50
per cent to 150 per cent more
mileage from their tires than
before the Cofflelds were In
stalled. Try a Pair and be
PRICES ON APPLICATION TO
J. H. CATTON
HAPAIKOSAN AND THE ESTRAY
Tho Honorable Editor Mr. Garden
Honored Dear Sir:
l'reasu tso day I lrlko try ask
(uestlon and ansa, haolc folio spcek
conundrun I tslnk.
Preaso No. One. When astra lraw
no astra lraw?
Ansa. When cow an hdrso all
time stay on top road. (Dis one tso
Preaso No. Tso. When lraw not
ta lraw? "
Ansa. When ho got no teeth.
Prease No. Tsrco. Why Kauat
Astra Law alsame chicken?
Ansa. Bekaus Kauat Lraw and
chicken, tso kind, no moru teoth.
Preaso No. Four. How can fix
Ansa. Dls no cdnu'ndrum, dls tso
much serius. My nine year old
schrul boy (Japan stile) and me tso
much coagulate and ponder, gulct
and studious. My nlno year (Jjinan
stile) schrul boy spook preaso hifty
cent no nuf fine cow go calaboose,
more betta fl honorable Mr. Sunor
visor make lraw fl- dolla. "Hi" I
speek, "Dou tsomuch smart."
Preaso Hon. Mr. Editor, you speek
fl Honorable Mr. Supervisor, mora
'betta ho change lraw. Suposo only
hifty cent more cheap he nay tine
suposo cow calabooso insl put. hut
suposc fine fi dolla moro cheep su
pose he rent some pra.e an put
ho cow. an supose eow boss runt
plraco then no moro caw stop
PrpflnO.. vnn talnlr l.'l 1I!,,.,11.1
Mr. Kauai. Supervisor alsame smart
my nlno year oM (Japan stile)
Excuse preaso tso much trouble.
PALOMAR TAKES ISSUE WITH
HAPAIKOSAN . -
Mr. garden Hand newspape,
That Hapalkosan fella sure mako
me tire, wkoffer you put his let;
ters in your pape. ho lolo or pu
pull sure thing.
You all time to much speak bout
pipl on alanui.
long time now I see In news pape,
no moro 'horse & pipl on alanui.
me too much scare, cause 1 havo
horso & pipi on alanui all time,
no can help, mo poro man & gotta
rase kane on my lan, so haffe put
horse & pipl on alanui. 1 speak
fren of mine ho to much smart,
no every dam ting, he say me "Pa
lomar you lolo you no savy?" that
law ver short law, only reach from
Layhuy store to makal big hotel,
Mr. Supervise to much smart man.
they savy all rite when they make
that law. they no like horse & pipi
inside Kort hoso an big hotel, so
they make short law.
they like help everbody so they
make that law for Layhuy. & tell
big polisman keep pipl & horso away
at Kalahoo & Kapa to much pore
man, they like help pore man, t so
they speak polisman hors & pipl
on road no pillkia.
I like ask that Hapalkosan who dts
alanui for anyway? ain't he for pub;
lie? sure ting.
and waffor polisman? alnt ho for
public to? suro ting.
then whet you klkln about of polls
man put his hors & pipl on alanui
Mr. Supervise no karc ho like help
so i tink moro hotter you pau.
Now mr. Newspape man If yo'u
done stop this pipi busnes, i stop
takln your pape.
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
IS NOW ON
BIG BARGAINS IN
DRY GOODS SHOES
CANDIES! CANDIES! CADDIES
Imperial Society Chocolates
Kapaa Trading Store
T. Kubo of Wallua fell Into tho
clutches of. prohibition officer, J. F.
Denttcncourt, last week and was fin
ed tho usual ono hundred dollars and
costs. Tho ovidenco consisted of a
still, condenser and pipes, together
with 200 gallons of mash and three
(marts of oko.
A. Hornor, territorial sugar expert,
spent several days here last week
compiling data for a thorough report
on conditions, etc.. In the Kapaa home
stead's. Ho was assisted in his work
by J. M. Lydgato Jr., acting land
agent for Kauai.
The rebuilding of tho road leading
to Kapaa from tho, Wallua homesteads
is about two-thirds completed. Work
of paving has already passed tho re
servoir on the makal side and the
grading has reached Camp 18.
Tho concert an dance given for tho
benefit of the Kauai Athletic associ
ation was well attended despite coun
ter attractions in Llhue. The concert
was given In tho Hawaiian hall and
thd danco followed after the movies
In tho Kapaa hall.
Charles 13. Gray, formerly a rosl
dent of Kapaa but now of Walmea,
has established a branch offlco horo
to conduct his increasing insuranco
business. Y. Nagahlsa, formerly with
the Hawaii Dank of Commerce will
be, In chargo of the local branch dur
ing Mr. Grey's absence elsewhere
A small landslide caused by tho re
cent heavy rains, has left a part of
Makeo Sugar company's railroad lead
lng to the mauka Wallua homestead
lots, buried In several foet of soft
earth. Tho slide occurred In thu deep
cut just makal of tho Wong home
The puzzle as to who is to land
the position of tax assessor of Kawai
hau is still unsolved, that Is. the aues
tion Is still unsolved by the public but
may have already been settled with
tho appointive power. According to
reports, presumably unbiased, Hoopll
will undoubtedly get It in spite of his
lack of local support, but his onnoa
ants are also quite sure that he won't
be there when the time comes.
Maxima and Tomas, two meal Fill
pinos, accused of stealing and slaugh
terlng a steer belonging to the Makeo
Sugar Co. were fined ?200 each by
Judge Ekekela in the district court
last Friday. Judge Dickey represented
tho defendants and county attorney
prosecuted the case for the Makee Su
gar Co. The alleged theft occurred in
August of this year.
The Kapaa Homesteaders Assocla
tion, which .has been in existence for
a number of years, 'was completely
reorganized recently. Reasons given
were that tho by-laws in force did
not meet the changed homestead i-oa
ditlons, and Interest In tho association
wa slowly dying out.
The officers of the reorganized as
sociation are now M. It. Agular Jr.,
president; John Victorino, vlco pros!
dent; A. S. Bush, secretary; A. M
Souza, treasurer; J. Betteucourt Jr.,
The first meeting of tho new as
sociation was held last Sunday at
ternoon at the Kapaa courthouses and
was well attended. Tho subject of
improvement in the present varieties
of cane grown by the homesteaders
In order to obtain it better average
than the nine tons of cane to a ton
of sugar specified in the present con
tracts with tho Makee Sugar Co., vas
discussed. Tho concensus of opinion
was that an experiment station, dl
rected by a competent specialist In
cane growing, would be of tho great
est benefit to all homesteaders, but
nothing definite was rocommeuded,
A commltteo was also appelated to
submit a report as to what the home
stcaders bellovo would bo tho proper
price that should bo paid to ihem by
tho plantation. This report, after ap
proval by tho association will prob
ably bo submitted to the governor
o! the territory.
TURKEY HANDICAP BY
WAILUA GOLF CLUB
A Turkey Handicap will bo held
by the Wallua Golf Club on Sunday,
December 24 at tho Wallua courso.
Tho prize for tho lowest not
score will be a lC-pound turkey. En
tries must bo in to J. B. Corstor
phine of Kealla not lator than Fri
day, December 22.
Ono Ingeco engine, 1 horsepower.
Price reasonable. Phono C2-L tf
Send your magazine orders (new
or old) to the K. C, Hopper News
Agency, Llhue, and they will be
promptly attended t6. Phoue 22.L.
Mr. and Mrs. Allan C. Wilcox
accompanied by Mrs. Hlloy, arrived
this morning and will spend some
tlniu visiting on Kauai.
E. Damkrofler, head of the wel
fare department of the Hawaiian
Sugar CO, returned this morning
from a visit of sovcral days in Ho
nolulu. Miss Elsie Wilcox roturnod this
morning from attending a meeting
of the board of education in Hono
lulu. Jack Gait, and C. A. Short, audi'
tors for C. Brewer & Co., arrived
from Honolulu this morning and
havo gone to Kllauea to audit the
E. E. Hunter, of the Audit Co. of
Hawaii, arrived this morning to join
tho staff of that company's work
ers who are auditing tho books of
the American Factors agencies.
A. D. Hills, edeoanut king, return
ed this morning from a few days
spent in Honolulu.
Rev. R. W. Bayless returned from
Honolulu this morning where he
was in attendance at tho territorial
civic convention as Kauai's lono
G. N. Wilcox, returned on tho Kl
nau last Thursday morning after
spending the past two mouths on
G. P. Wilcox, of tho American
Factors, is making a business vis
it to Kauai. He arrived on tho Kl
nau last Thursday morning.
C. B. Gray, resident agent for tho
Homo Insuranco Co. of Hawaii, has
moved his headquarters from Walmea
to Kapaa. His office is located in the
two story building between the Ha
waiian cannery office and tho von
ST. LOUIS ALUMNI
TO LISTEN IN ON
Tho building fund commltteo of
St. Louis college has called a meet
ing of tho alumni of the school to
give a new Impetus to the campaign
to raise funds for the new collogo
Tho meeting will bo held in Ho
nolulu on Friday, Dec. 15 and plans
havo been completed thru the Ho
.oIu1Tf"Advertlscr to broadcast parts
of tho meeting.
Among the speakers at the meet
ing will be Governor Harrington,
Brother Adolph and Julius Ascli.
Tho St. Louis band will furnish
tho music for tho evening.
Arrangements havo boon mado
with tho Kauai Telephonic Co. to
receive the broadcasting, and nluinnl
of St. Louis are planning to listen
in on the meeting. K. C. Ahana is
In charge of tho local meeting and
information in regard to tho meet
ing can be received from him.
NEW YEAR'S PLANS
(Continued from page one)
Standing broad jump boys 12 to
Playground baseball. Girls or boys
teams may play. Schools may en
, Suitable prizes will bo awarded
to first, second and third placo
All prizes to be worth while mer
chandise. General admission for all child
ren ,of school age, 25 cents.
Johnson Why do you Umi I ho stuff
laht Smith bootlegs?
Jones It has the antidote prlntod
right on the label.
When you think of butter
for holiday eating and
cooking, think of
(Pronounced "my lei")
A high standard New Zealand
butter of unvarying good quali
ty and flavor. Use it freely with
absolute faitli in its purity.
Ask your nearest grocer
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
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