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fl(UltDEtf IfitAb, Or.CffeSDAt, OCTOBER 12, 1920
Guaranteed Used Cars
490" Chevrolet Roadster
"490" Chevrolet Touring
Buick "4V Touring
Any of the above cars will be sold for a small first payment and
the balance in monthly installments.
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run fvo JI i
When in Honolulu
New, modern, high class restaurant,
centrally located. Cool and comfort
able; best food and service. European
Operated in connection with the
.1 .F. CHILD, Proprietor.
Detor and Company
Gift's That Last
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware
and Fine Leather Novelties
Silver Gold and Platinumsmiths
Efficient Service By Mail
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STS.
Cost $1850.00 new and has only been driven
6000 miles. This is the large Chevrolet, with
a powerful 4 cylinder motor and is an economi
cal, good looking car. We give the regular
new car service with this car. Price $ 1 550.00
Newly painted and overhauled, new top, battery
and tires. First class condition. Price $675.00
This car is in first class condition and is a bar
gain at $550.00
Third Maui County Fair
At Kahului $150,000 Fair Grounds
October 21, 22, 23
You are Cordially invited to come to Maui
Only Fair in the Territory of Hawaii this year.
Promotion Bureau Report
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is kept busy dispatching letters, maps,
Callers at the Bureau for the last
month totaled about 873, tho largest
day's business being G2 visitors. These
visitors camo with many wants, some
desiring literature, others, Information
concerning the Islands, and still more
to consult maps, atlases, directories,
and- current literature and periodicals
on file. Many local people called dur
ing tho month to obtain old magazines
which were given away by tho Bureau
and also large wall maps of tho United
States whichhavo been on hand for
so long that they arc deteriorating
and which aro being donated to bus
iness houses, officen and schools.
Now subscribers' to tho Bureau dur
ing thomonth were tho Donna and
tho Plofpont hotels. Ono subscriber,
I. e. a small Chinese grocery store,
discontinued, leaving a total of 111
local subscribers. Other prospective
subscribers were canvassed by the Act
ing Secretary. ,
Approximate figures for August of
tourists for Honolulu are 1202 local
passengers and 21D2 through passen
gers, showing a gain -In local and a
loss in through traffic during tho last
A total of 257 photographs were
mailed out by the Bureau during tho
last month, as follows: 8 to Philip
B. Danky far the Matson Company's
magazine "Aloha," 13 to Hans Seedorf
to illustrate a book, 9 to tho Southern
Fruit Growers Association, 5 to Mrs.
Gunn for display, 38 to "Leslie's"; and
"Judge" magazines for publication, 69
to Leonard Wlthington for general dis
tribution throughout the United States
05 to Fred J. Halton for a railroad pub
lication featuring Hawaii, 50 to the
"Saturday Evening Post" for publi
cation. .The Acting Secretary wrote
Idlterslast month to both the "Literary
Digest" and tho "Saturday Evening
Post", taking the former to task in a
friendly manner for omitting Hawaii
from comprehensive "Summer Tours
in America" which appeared recently
and receiving an answer assuring Uie
Bureau that Hawaii would have prom
inence in its winter article, and offer
ing the "Saturday Evening Post" pict
uies of Hawaiian scenes for publi
cation, and receiving a letter announc
ing the intention to use some of the
same with appropriate captions.
THURSDAY ARMY DAY and .MILITARY NIGHT.
Troop of Cavalry in Monkey Drills and trick and fancy
riding, Airplane Squadron and Military Hand.
FRIDAY CHILDREN'S DAY and CARNIVAL
OF SONG AT NIGHT.
Heautiful program of living picture tableaux and pag
eantry with band and vocal accoinpnimenls.
SATURDAY EVERYBODY'S DAY and
JAPANESE NIG LIT.
Special 'program of entertainment with added features
typical of Japan.
Horse racing every day.' Purses of ?.'!0,000.00.
Seven Baseball Games in Inter-Island Series.
More than 200 livestock entries; lines! blooded stock in
Finest fruits and vegetables and flowers the Islands
(Meat Industrial Exposition.
Xt:v Shows from the Mainland only the latest.
Poliahu Park Secured
Tho executive order setting t
"and constituting the Pallahu Park at
Wailua has been Issued by tho (".r :
nor and tho tract has been turned ov 2r
to tho board of supervisors.
It is a long narrow strip of rld,;o
between the Wailua and Opalkua
streams, about a mllu and a half long
and containing 01.5 acres, but that 01.5
acres contains more picturesque pus
slbilities than most parks with ten
times that area.
Overlooking the tropical valleys be
low von either Bide the trip through
the park is a shifting panorama of
much interest and rare beauty.
At present it is rather awkward to
get at as tho approach must be made
by way of Kupaa, and then back
through tho homesteads to the new
Wailua series. But as soon as the
bridge is put in near the upper Wailua
falls, that beautiful region will b
easily accessible from Lihue and all
this side of the Island.
Ultimately there will bo a road lead
ing up to and through the park from
the cocoanut grove at the beach, at
All things considered, Hawaii is
beginning to question tho wisdom of
the concrete road. Considering cost,
upkeep and satisfaction, they are
drifting toward the asphalt macadam
On August G tho Acting Secretary
entertained Dr. Barton Warren Ever-
mann of the Stolnhart Museum, Golden
Gate Park, San Francisco. Doctor
Evormanu has returned to tho States
after completing arrangements for a
collection of Hawaiian fishes which
will be placed in that museum.
A HUMAN HAIR MARKET
Pure hair switches in grey and all
shades, wigs for show or street trans
formation, hair nets of quality, etc
THE HAIR SHOP
13S7-S9 Emma St., Honolulu, T. H.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
No. 125131 Merchant St.
P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu
VARIETY REPAIR SHOP
Lock and Gun Smith
Wo repair Electric Irons, Pcrcula-
oMJors, Phonographs, and all other elec
trical and mechanical appliances.
Shop on King Street, opposite Young
Hotel, Honolulu. Advt.
No hunting is allowed on Grove
Farm lands without written permis
sion. All persons found trespasslrig with
either gun or dog will he prosecuted.
G. N. WILCOX.
Uy.. Co r t. 5, 12, 19.
Ail filrof.thig on the lands of Llhuo
Plantation Company, Ltd. is forbidden.
All former permits to hunt on theso
lands aro cancelled.
CHARLES A. ItlCE,
Lessee of shooting rights
Lihue Plantation Co., Ltd.
Hound bottom motor I oat hull, 32
feet long, 8 feet beam. Will make
a good work or pleasure boat. Com
plete with sails, tanks, etc., rcadv
to install motor. Price $S00.00.
See H. J. EBY. Eleele, Kauai.
Sept. 2S. Oct. C, 12, 19.
Registered thoroughbred Berkshire
hogs one boar and five sows. En
Quiro of K. C. Ahana, County Bldg.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OF HAWAII r
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE
In the Mutter of tho Estate
MANUEL FEIHlEirtA, deceased.
Order of notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determination
of Trust and Distribution of
On Reading and Filing tho Petition
and accounts of Manuel S. Henriques,
Administrator of said estate, wherein
petitioner asks to bo allowed $1,S27.D7
and ch.ii ;ed with ?1,741.00, and prays
that his accounts I e examined and ap
proved, that ho and his securities bo
:hargod from rll futher responsi
bilities concerning said estate and
that a n'liM order of distribution bo
made of (he property remaining in
possession to tho persons thereto ph.
It is ordered, that Tuesday, the 2nd
day of November, A. D. 1020, at 9:30
o'clock A M. at tho Court Room in
L:huo, Kauai, of this Court, be and tho
same hereby is appointed tho time
and place for hearing said Petition and
Accounts, and that all persons inter
ested then and there appear and show
cruise, if any thev h.-.vn wi,
petition should not bo granted, and
present evidence as to who are en
titljd to the said property.
Dated the 27lh day of September.
(Sgd.) WILLIAM C. ACHI, JR.
Judge of tho Circuit Court of tho
I. C CULLEH,
Asst. Clerk of the Circuit Court of
the Fifth Circuit.
Sept. 2S, Oct. 5. 12. 19.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS IN proratc
In the Matter of tho Estate of
i.a KAHELE HOLT, deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS j
Notice is hereby irivnn tim t ft
of Administration have been issued
io umtisTOPHER J. HOLT, as Ad
minlstrator of the Estate of Eliza
Kaholo Holt, deceased, late of Lihue,
Cou.ity of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii!
All creditors of tho
of her estate, aro hereby notified' to
mcbuiii ineir claims, with proper
vouchors or duly autlinntinn(p,i
thereof, oven if tho claim is secured by
mougago upon real estate, to tho said
Christophor J. Holt, nt Mo in
business, in tho County Building in
Millie, uounty of Kauai, Torritory
aforesaid, within six months from tho
date of this notice, which Is tho dato
of tho first publication hereof; other
wise sucn claims, if any. shnli ho fn...
All persons indebted t, oi.i
- w -tij OU ill
estate are hereby notified f
mont to the said Christohor J. Holt,' at
uio above address.
Dated, Lihuo, T. II., September 21st
CHRISTOPHER J. HOLT,
Administrator, Estato of Eliza Kaholo
PHILIP L. RICE,
Attorney for 'Administrator.
Sept. 21,2S;Oct. 0,12,19,1920.