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THE GAR PHI ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1914
0 f P ! 1 i t"
Slop sit McBiyde Store and fill up.
Tank right by tiie roads'de. Ko
trouble at all, Week-May, Night or
Cheapest Gasoline on Kauai.
j McBryde Store - Eleele j
TO THE TRADE g
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
'REWCO" WHISKEY "TIPO" CLARET
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., LTSL
74 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
There lias rccnilv been install
ed in the facto, v f the 1 1.iw : t i . : i
Sugar Co., at M.'.kawcli. a device
known as a Kcx'i' Jviv-e
tilt" invention of 'Mi!'. Supen'i:'. :i
dent J I. S. Truscott. Tlrs ('..', !;
is designed to save ,is much of '. ii
sugar lost in cnlrainii'-.-ni a s
possible, and so far has given i;h . -I
This S.ivc Ali is the (;;( ni.i.: o!
CXI C. illK llt-i C. .lillH 'I'd -Aj:, ll'i
aid of Mr. Ti'i;se-U's c .it' aiv dii-i:1
detect .r, a tini'ile device wide!;
can hi: i--.-.crted ir. .;;.v vapor pipe
and will give p:ic:d as will as
(hv aaahsis) chemical knowledge
of w hat is rcaP v occuri1
Westinghouse Mazda Lamps
More light, better light, cheaper light for
everybody. Sold by the store that sells
electrical goods to give service. . .f
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding; Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday! Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
V. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea " P. O. Box 48
m rntaHf m: mtsus0 mrx . (tcmn a musette o sair.t-vn
vapor pipes o f the ecaporal'n .
Tile data obtained h !hi in
strument is a revelation t i llu
sugar world an 1 discounts iimnv
theories of well known scieniific
As is w-li known, varying ';t!m.
titles of sucr.isc arc lo?i : 'oil',;;
drawn i:i vapor form from the '
effect of the evaporator ibe-e
v.lp rs being candid away with :iv
injection water which is p. d
through the usual bar..nieti ic con
denser and inn to waste.
These looses a v difficult to de
termine a id are ..v-;'ne i by n,.i.p.
factors ill tiie lie:-!;.';'' and w :-:!
of "effects" mid have bc,-n I . .
subject of in itch argument helwi '
sugar nun for ninny years.
T.ie Truscott Hegnlatiii.r ive
All is a device, built to ::vi .
through v.hi h tiie vapors coming
from the e ap ): .;! ; are passed
be-fore reaching t h e condenser.
Tiie vapors arc led through water
jacketed sections finallv pa.-; Mig
out to the condenser. The vapi v
in passing tii-se sections .' plat s
are cooled sii.'ii'ieiiMy to permit
the fleeing of the sa voe out lined.-
This sucrc'Se falls to tiie ! i.t
tom of thi' Save Ali and is drain.
haik to the ecapora!io:i thnmgh
measuring tanks. The nmoui t of
condensate containing s u c r o se
may lie regulated to comply with
the rate of evaporation.
Up to the present time, ten days
since installation, this .Save Ali
has done remarkable work justi
fying Mr. Truscolt's applicatian
for letters patent already filed.
Mr. Truscott is to be conen.lu
lated upon the successful outcome
of this initial test. It certainly i.
a much needed device at any ti inl
and especially so now when sugar
is low and ''hard times" talk is
in the air .
While on the subject of
Home-Buying , why not
From the Kaupakalua Wineiy
Its a Delicious, Bright and I'ure Table Wine. Try it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will B.- Given Special Attention.
joy S: Co., Ltd.
Vtns and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuaini Street
Tiie commission appointed to
inve-tit.ate tiie business o f thv
visor-' of Maui made if; ic
o' L iieii'.ti' and, as ar.tiii at
' d, louad mi traces of disiiouesty,
'lit compi, lined of a woeful hick
-I -. sti ui ill the matter of expen
diture. Sonic time ago the cnn
i'isshm reitiested data from hen
is to the expend. Hires for county
in ev.Mf.' -nt on this i-hind, and tin-
'to- uiatlo!i w ,s tnitisniitted b
r. W ishai d . Coiiiiiientir.g upon
he f.a-;s ohtainid. th.e Maui probe
' ':,;!::;.-(!! s.ivs:
i . . . . -
J-or ( ovnparaii ve purposes we
' hc.ve secured the expenses of the
':'. n'e' ent departments f the coun
" of Kauai, and find that the lat
'. i c-'Unly )' run on a far nwn
v '"noinii al h'.sis than this of ours,
a 'id this api.'re!il!v without sacri-
j ficicg i rdcieiicy We are i 11 aw an
!'iiit '.lit county of Kauai is small
:' t'u.'u that of Maui; in fact, on n
;as s ..f eiih-.r taxation, populn-'i'-'-i'v
O'.ii, the nhitivc size is
pi esima'eiv si.viv-fivi- per cent.
twn ilrrds ti-..- s'e of Maui.
"Is th..-re a:-y nasou why Maid
d' nh! j - su"h exoriiitant cliiirge.
't the running of 'he cour.lv de-
fti . , j .a
3Twiw,;K3if.ii1rinm,m,,,. - ---
yv V - "
The result of .seventeen years of
the best watch building in America.
j p 'i ir.v pis? -c c.m ib;d none.' Why
! 'h'Miu' the evmiy clerk's oflice
j '::. .e r. a'.; c fc;.v men, when the
;!'";: i co'oiiy t ' rk can run his
I d '.!.- 'v ih i'-i 'i. cisional assistant?
t e,,..n; v .lit orn-y " offiee pays
If:"': lie services "!' three lawyers
! an 1 one si eiiogra; her, while on
.-..Pi '.i tin- cnuntv attorney does
1' r.'Ti:-savy work liimself.
hii: '. '-.' ia t :v other oTi'ces on
Kai.ai ih.- e-h ted county officials
api eii to do the work for which
thi-v were elected.
''We sirmiglv i ecommi nd to the
board of supervisors and the elect
ed eoiiiitv olTicials that ihev im
.nedialcly Uit tin ir nsp'dive de
pa.rtments ,m an economical and
fiii lent busimss basis; that ex-'.l'-H
s be cut down to the lowest
'ossihle figuve. and that every
'd.i'l.T expended be made to give
a;; adequate return."
Ci.f.vi-r...n, Ohio, February
Henry Weiss, intern. i! nv.
collector for thi.-: district, s
day mailed to John D. Roche:
tax blanks, wbh a ieiUC:-t
the S;ar.d.:rd t)il magnate ii!
his income a s pro-, 1 hv
federal i nc mie '.. -'a1 ior. 'act . U.
Rocketellev comfl . - with the
(JUest Colli ctol" -.'ei- s wiil jh
to collect 2, 25 :,. ') J'rnni the
lionaire, which has hi en est!- .,
as the proper tax on ids hi ;o:r
i i ",
lYorih $10 a Day
The la ;l statement of the Hawaii
Promotion Committee contains the
A low estimate is $10.00 per day
spent in Hawaii by every tourist.
As proof of this statement, by the
last mail from London we receiv
ed an order from .Thos. Cook &
Son to provide for th euteilain
m nt of two ladies due to arrive
from the Orient in May or June
a n d v. a re authorized t o spend
?. i0.fi-'i per dav for their entertain
ment for a period of ten days for
each an.' I li i - in addition to their
o.vii expei'ditc: i s.
Notice is herthy given that Mr.
Achong Ai Chang is authorized to
solicit subscript ions, printing etc.,
for this Company .
Tin GakI'I.n Isi.a"1 lVru: n
ixr, Co.. I. tp.
K. C. lio! i'i:k, Manager.
Lihue. Feb. 5.
1 l7 I
THE LIHUE STORE
will represent us in the sale of
in LIHUE, HANAMAULU and KOLOA
.sk th.em for a free booklet.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Box 426 Fort and Hotel itretts Honolulu
Airy Ii... in .
251 Vineyard St.
Mrs. ('. Miltner, piop. I : oo hi!'i
Acco'-i'iu ; to a bulletin issued
hv the post e.lliee tiepartir.ent in
Washington. I). C.. shortly after
th.e first i tiie ..!''. and receive I
in Honolulu on th.e last mail, a
new r emh'tii n . taking effect
March lo, 191 I, will materially
riduce the postage r.'.le which
now applies to hooUs. As set tortll
in the bulleiin, books weighing
over e'ght ounces will come under
the same rates as n o w covers
fourth-class merchandise and par
cel post. Books weighing from one
to eight ounces will tie charged, at
the rate of 1 cent for each two
Tli.; present rate on books is 1
cent lor each two ounces to with
in a limit of four pounds, hut un
der tiie new rates there will be a
Every Hamilton Watch is guaran
teed in every part and particular,
and is proven by the most scientific
tests to be a perfect and. accurate
"Ti:c Kai'roti I
Tiu.ckiriM r of
fg-SWKZgal m ' . pjt p-SFSS.
Our. Fort & Iter. Sts., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single or in
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
Has added a new six-seattr
Sttidebaker to his garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
drivei s, conifortal.de cars, and
always ready to start.
DAY OR Nir.HT SERVICE
liVICKYTJIING IN THH
Silver and Gold Link,.
Rich Cut Glass and
Mkkchanplsu oi- mi;
Ulst Qua lit y Only.'.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
W A I MICA, KU'AI
The Commercial Mans
DICK OLIVER, Kaotger
limit of 51 pounds 'as far as the
second one, and a limit of 20
pounds for all other zones.
To Exclude Hindus
MCKI.I'., ( (l'li:ii, :t H.li.
y.wr, p.!;..i: m sii.-vi-.i:
. . . a.l . . .
i rices '
Hciiolulu Electric Co.
Ids : '.-I Hi.'..
Washington, February 16.
Representative John Lawson Bur
nett of Alabama, chairman of the
house committee on immigration, I
predicted yesterday that as a com
pr. a. n e with the Pacific Coast in I
'hetih'. being inaoe for the ex
elnsion of Japane-e a n d other
.sialics from u'li into the L'nit-
ed t'i.iKs, thi'. si-inn of congress j
v.'..n!d enact legislation barring!
Hindus from entry. Representative'
Burnett did imt venture anjipinion ,
,s to how this coin promise tneas- ;
tire would be accented in the Paci-i
lie Coast States m-i.t active in de-!
mandin... a more stringent Asiatic
exclusion 1 iw.
The Day We Celebrate
i he 2 2d of February is the anniversary
of the birthday of the man who never told
a lie. J It is not on record that the Father
of his Country was ever in the Dry Gocds
Business. Had he been, the record might
not have been made. The faCt is that
we cannot tell the whole truth about our
good?; it wouldn't be safe. If we
revealed their full merits our store would be
burglarized every week. We simply show
them and they sell themselves. When our
Kauai friends come to Honolulu to
celebrate we will be proud to show them
the many new ideas imported for Spring
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
P. e t t e r than home made-New
Zealand butter at Silva's Eleele
1'i.r mle at I.iliui' Htotv
J si eon. i luitid t'iilii-rs
iii.-ul'ittor-i (7'2t-K' in noo.1 working
nr.lrr. I'riiv, $10 i-arh.
Will supply i'ir;r.s ut (-K-rial rales f..r
i Coun'y Auditor Carl Maser got
1 away Friday f. r Honolulu, to take
' in the Carnival events.
Ivdwin Gillian, a voting man
from Oregon who has been visit
ing relations at the Fairview hotel
for sometime, left by the Kinau
on Saturday for his home.
Rtv. J. M, Lvdte and Rev.
Hans Isenberg went to the city
Fiidav to take in the remaining
days of the Carnival.