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The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, November 04, 1919, Image 3

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- From the Other Islands -
From Rubber to Bananas
A proposition to take over the lands
tOf tho Nahiku Rubber Company, Ltd.,
on the east coast of Maul for the pur
post of converting them into a banana
plantation was recently indorsed by
the directors of the company, and is
now up to the stockholders. In case
the action of the directors is approved,
the company will sell its property in
the Nahiku district to a banana grow
ing company to be organized by W. A.
Anderson, formerly manager of the
rubber company, but now a resident
of Honolulu.
Mr. Anderson, who has been engaged
In the banana shipping business for
several years, states that he has defi
nite assurance of the needed transpor
tation as well as ample backing of
mainland capital. He proposes trading
vto shareholders of the rubber company
stock, share for share, stock in his new
company at par value of $15. Or he
will agree to purchase back all shares
In the new company so issued, within
one year, at $10 per share.
The holdings of the rubber company
aggregate about 850 acres. Since the
company abandoned the attempt to
produce rubber on a paying basis,
some years ago, the lands have been
leased for ranch purposes, but have
not been returning sufficient to pay
Interest and taxes.
; There is little doubt that the lands
would produce bananas of high qual
ity, as wild bananas grow abundant
all .over that part of the island. Mr.
Anderson plans to Incorporate his
company at a capital of $500,000.
Accountants Close
Lively Convention
The Hawaii Bookkeepers' Associa
tion is an organization to which all
bookkeepers, or those who have been
bookkeepers and are interested in the
work, are entitled to join says the
Hilo Tribune of Oct. 26. It is not
confined solely to plantation em
ployees, although at the convention
closed yesterday all members pres
ent were attached to the various
plantations on this Island. In addi
tion, there were representatives from
Maui and Kauai, who took an active
part in the discussions, particularly
Aubrey Williams, of C. Brewer & Co.
The final committee to take up the
question of forming a Territorial
Association of Bookkeepers was ap
pointed by President James M. Mulr,
of Hakalau, just prior to the close
of yesterdays'c session. He appointed
Aubrey Williams, of Oahu, chairman;
F. M. Henderson, of Hawaii; G. N.
Weight, of Maui; H. N. Browne, of
Kauai, and It. Muller, of Oahu, as
All except, Browne, of "Makawcli,
were preuent, and had heard the dis
cussion on this topic. President Mulr
promised to get into communication
with Browne and explain to him the
aims and objects of the Association
as projected.
The formation of this Territorial
Associaton is not calculated to de
stroy the Island Association, for the
local body plans to meet as usual
in Hilo in April and to have the an
nual meeting in Honolulu in conjun
tion with representatives of all the
other l3lnnds. By such an Associa
as planned it is calculated that the
interests of the bookkeepers will be
benefited, as well as the Interests of
the plantations, by tending towards
greater c-fficency.
Maui Takes a Hand
The Maui County Fair & Racing
Association are planning a big race
meet for New Year's day. Purses
totaling $5,600 are to be offered to In
sure the success of the meet.-
It is also proposed to have a ball
game on New Years, to be played on
the fair grounds before of after the
races, and steps have already been
taken to secure a team from Honolu
lu or Hilo for the occasion.
,1. -mile, Hawaiian bred race, w.f.
a., $250; $100.
2. -mile, free-for-all, w.f. a., $250;
3. 1-mile, Japanese race, $350: 150.
4. li&-mile, free-for-all, w. f. a.,
$1000; $250.
5. 1-mile, Portuguese race, $500.
6. -mile free-for-all, w. f. a., $250;
7. 1-mile, free-for-all, w. f. a., $600;
8. 1-mile, Hawaiian bred race, w. f.
a., $600; $150.
9. -mile cowboy dash; 10. 1V4
mile cowboy relay race, $500.
11. H-mlle pony race, 14.3 and un
der, $75; $25.
12. -mile ladles' race, cup.
13. mile mule race, 75; $25.
14. Bucking horse, contest, prize,
$100; $50.
All races to be run under tho Paci
fic Coast Jockey club rules.
In all races except the cowboy re
lay race, four to enter and three to
Entries to close at 12 o'clock noon,
December 20, 1919, at the executive
office of the Maut County Fair ft Rac
ing Association (under the grand'
stand). All entries must be Bent to
secretary of the racing committee in
sealed envelopes and accompanied
by the entrance fees of 10 per cent of
the purse, and . must be received by
him before on or before the date of
closing. In at cowboy events the
horses contesting must be bona fide
Hawaiian bred cattle horses. All
horses that have run in a race tor a
purse of $100 value are barred.
The order In which the races will
be run will be arranged to suit the
majority of horses entered.
McCarthy would save
kauai waste water
Governor Charles J. McCarthy, when
he meets members of the Kauai cham
ber of commerce, during his visit to
the Garden Island, will discuss the
proposed organization of a company
to conserve and distribute water now
running to waste In the Wailua river,
which can be used for reclamation of
lands at present not available for
growing sugar.
By tapping the Wailua river at a
high elevation, the Governor believes,
the water can be distributed over a
large area, greatly increasing productiveness.
The Literary Digest Is the first mag
azine which has come to hand bearing
Berious marks of the type-setters'
strike In New York. All of the regular
reading matter, some 80 pages, is
type-written, not type-set. The orig
inal typewritten sheets are photo
graphed and reduced to the proper
size, then zinc etchings are made from
the photographic plates. It is perfect
ly legible and not unpleasant reading.
Anyhow It comes which is more than
can be said of some of the other magazines.
The Oldest and Largest
trust Company
in the Territory of Hawaii
Friendship or Experience?
Friendship is. a. line tiling, but 'in an executor
r trustee
is more to be desired than Friendship.
Tbe Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd, has had
inure than twenty years extensive and Huctxusful
Experience in the management of estates.
You are assured of faithfuj and efficient serv
ice if you name this old reliable company us
executor or trustee.
We are Here to Serve You
Consultations and commu
nications cordially invited
Hawaiian Trust
120 S. King St Honolulu T. H.
Tip Top, Tonight - Hanamaulu, Fri. Nov. 7 - Kilauea, Sat.
Kapaa, Sun. - Kealia Mon.
Special Production With
t -. C" - i
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Luise Huff
Oh You
j They're lovely, but do really
nice women wear them?
Wear what? See "Oh vou wo
men" for the answer. A ro-
Ernest Truex and Louisa Huff jk- 'OH.YOU VOMENP nrjng (.0lVdy of femei.ine
JighrammnlQktufO foibles.
5th Chapter of PEARL WHITE
Weekly News Up to Date
......... ...................
William Fox Presents
Buchanan's Wife"
(From Justus Miles Forman's Novel)
One of the most original conceptions of the "eternal triangle'' ever thrown on the screen; a sto
ry that leaves you in doubt.
3rd and 4th Episode of "THE HAND OF VENGEANCE"
Weekly News Up to Date
The Home Town Girl"
Adolph Zukor
I CfaumoiiniQ)khire 1
m it
They wanted to fjet married. So what does the lueky man do?
does out and steal SMOO. Then a climax that jars you like a
sudden burst of thunder! It's some pictuie.
11th Chapter The of '"The Brass Bullet"
Weekly News Up-To-Date
Vet they say "The way to to a man's heart is through his sto
mnk". Marguerite Clark's method differs somewhat Sec it
in Come out of the Kitcfien.
If you have anything to sell, or
there is something you want, put
a little notiee in the Garden Is
land, and you will get results. It
does not cost much.
War Savings
i !
Lihu Branch 4
Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
Thrift 1
T Stamps
t 'i
Save Money by Using
Double - Cable - Base
A full stock in all styles and sizes
McBryde Store
Agents For Kauai.

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