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TIIK OARDI'N ISLAND. 'ITI-SHAY. .ITNT. T ; 1 1
5 1'p-to-datc Livirv, Draving and Hoarding Stable and Auto- (
SLivirv Business, a
AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE 1
S BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA 8
Leaving I.ihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kckaha niiy Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. g
I ARKIYINtl AT T1IF.1R DF.STINATIOX IX T11R1".-; IIOfRS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W W&imea P. O. Box 48
Wi w ill be glad to lu ar from
readers on any 'iuHry lupins, and
all ip-.cries addiesscd to thepaper
will hi' answ ered , . if possible, ia
tin.- issue following tln-ir receipt.
Our desire is to help those who1 nunee
have difTicuitv regarding t h ei tor-oil
ered without delay. In a couph
i.ours live grams 1.1 n ,.!.
sittm may lv gii a in a n :
"I" water. Afterwards feed 1
1 . 1 : ; i 1 : lis liquid. It' purgir
give- a teaspoon Mil
with a grain of
Management of their poultry, or Crude or ur-.lal.ee
who think that the advice of an lant poison to fow
ex;. in may lie ol value to lliein. . Hmniation of tl
M II 1 1 ! ," ! 1
1 1 1 . ; : ( i -:
: u ii ri -
j nomination ol tin; tin .,1 . eroi-.
Millet, gizzard ..i-.d ; 1 : 1 e "1 . 1;:
i this ease oil should at or.ee he ad
Inflammation cf ihe Crop i ministe red, followed by full and
Many otherwise. .u i r.l table iiirds j fre'iucnt doses of mucilaginous or
'wawaaaBsmsaaMagai arc ,iirKv-v s',olU ,,y t,K-,r I'l'-' nii.uminous ihu.ls.
Coney Garage Co., Ltd.
J. II. CONKY. M;iii;wr
At'TOMOIHU-S TO ALL PARTS OF KAUAI
DAY OR XIOIIT.
Autos and Li.e,'ht Macliim-ry Repaired, I'lumliin;;' :md Oas I;it
t i 1 1 j-T - Autoiuoliile S;iplies. Agents for the Kissel Kar,
l"ranklin. Chalmers Detroit. Hudson. Oramni, Loi;aa Truck,
and Colt Acetylene Lilitiiijj l'lant.
Agents for the I. I. STh'.AM XAY. CO., Ltd.. Xawiliwili, Kauai
I Nawiliwili, . . . . Kauai
ho lies hiin.uC lient, hieh not oni v de ! I ieicr
tracts from their ap.earance, hut At nil time
aiakis car inji exceedingly difficult. I.ir attention
1 Merc are two reasons lor the keels j tin- lorn
liecomiuy a had s.iapc. lioth o!
x or t ercu;s
of the year par;
hou'.d he devo'e-
if pel ch l lUilin; e:l. hut
is this the ca-e iluiiir.;
' the autumn and
j turn of lad K r
I -til! to p.e found
priu.c. 1 he oi
sirch, which i
nu a few f.irm-
po-seS severa I i li-a, iv.in'i.i:,. s.
chief ,';::u::e: which is i'nv- l.,ct that
the 1 hi-fis are cloe under the r!'.
WE ARE SELLING
Regular $18.0!) Suits for $12.50
" " 16.00 !
27.00 " " 18.00 8
oo.oo " " 20.00 I
n Get one of these suits while thc-v last. Send size and color de-
I sired together with monev order.
tnw o oaawm e una nao a tntaem nh tateae trwmm om
which can lie overcome. Tile one i;
owini; to hereditary influences, aiu
the i;vvelitioil of this is obvious
namely, to use parent stock possess
ing perfectly sliaieht breaVjioiies.
One of the laws of breedin.u is that
"like produces like," and thus
should the parents have this fault it
is invariable reproduced in the olT- j autumn or spring of the vc
spring. Initially so should the breast
bones of the parents be straight, for
if this is not the case the chickens
will possess this' fault, one that re
duces their value, and prevent
their obtaining anything like a
l"irst-c!as price. The other cause is
due to the chickens perching when
Special Line of
No m.m's under-wanlrobe Is OOtn-Iiii-tf
witlimit a suit of l'aj.lirias. It'9
a night j im, bath robe and loung
ing n.lit! all in otic.
" FAULTLESS " PAJAMAS
are as pricisi-ly made as an outer
gartactit. They are drafted with
scirtuific carj and maile of thor
oughly ili'peiiJablc fabrics in wUite
The FIBRE NEEDLE
The Libre Needle is a new inven
tion which permits the running of
many records with the same needle
'without the least damage to records
or decrease in the tone. They do
away with that scraping sound.
The FIBRE NEEDLE
Our Klccle store, Kalihiwai and
Koloa branch stores can supply
you with these new'needles.
The Latest Records
We have just received new rec
ords which includes the very latest
pieces, : : : : :
FROM $10.00 UP
too voting, and this is a more com
mon cause than the former. In a
young chicken the breastbone is
merely gristle, not having yet funn
ed into bone, aud it stands to rea
son that should this gristle be press
ed against a narrow perch all night
it is bound to become mis-shapen.
Chickens should not perch until
they are about four mouths of age:
in fact, a little later than this is de
sirable. Tl'.e best plan is to allow
thelll to sleep Upon the flour of the
poultry-house, taking care that a
plentiful supply of litter is available
This is a somewhat serious dis
ease, and unless it is attended to as
soon as the first symptoms show
themselves it speedily terminates in
death. The chief symptoms arj dif
ficulty in breathing general rest
lessness, attempts to vomit. As a
1 general rule, the complaint isduc to
the presence of some irritant poison.
Mr. WoudroiTc Hill, a well-known
authority on the disease of poultry,
recmnieiids the following:-
Mucilag i n o u s or albuminous
fluid, such as barley water, milk,
aud isinglass, or a thin solution of
gum should be freely administered
alter first evacuating the crop.
Should phosphorus have been taken,
magnesia may be given, followed by
turpentine mixed in cream. Oil
ele More Jws
J. I. SILVA, Proprietor.
and should a sudden fi
as it is alwavs likely to do in Ok
cold strikes down through the roof
directly on to the backs of the
birds, sei iotisly affecting the i;.g
production. Ail the pcrchesioii'.d
In- on the same live!, and 'placet:
about IS inches apart. Yin re is
no advantage in having high
perches, while, as already shown,
there are several disadvantages.
A foot or 15 inches is (pake high
enough from the ground, affording
ample protection from l;,ir.piie-
and from rats. In a s-n.i'.l house
the perches can stretch from one
-ide to the other, slats being fast
ened in the framework of the wails
into which they lit, In a large .
house it is necessary P.) have a
separate stand, and this involve-, a
Very little laboi or expense. Tin
best for the perch is a fir-pole
about two inches in diameter; fail
ing thi.s, an ordinary piece of two
inch square quartering answers the
purpose, provided the sharp edges
are rounded off.
I n order to ensure the freshness
of eg'gs lor edible purposes it is an
excellent plan to test thelll before
despatching to market. If the
producer knows for certain that
his eggs are niwly laid he need
not go to the trouble of U.-ting,
but man;,- large dairies and hotels
are in the habit of testing every
egg that they rcchc. The sim
plest method, and the one in most
common Use, is that known us
"candling." The egg is held he
fore a strong light i'.a dark room,
and the size of the air-space is
noted. In a perfectly new-laid
egg it is very sni il: indeed, but as
age increases evaporation takes
must not be administered. Lead is place through the ininimerable
olten a cause of poultry poisoning holes perforating the sin!!, until
when paints are about. In this case when it is a month old it occupies
the crops should be immediately about one-eighth of the whole,
evacuated, and half a teaspoontul There should be 1.0 spot-, or dai k
ot sulphate ol magnesia and live mi- places in the yolk, while the
nuns ot suipminc ami mixed in a I cna!az:e should on no account uc
M. Mclnemy Ltd.
Guaranteed for Six Months
Six Pair to the Box
in black, white and tan, ?.".0i) box
nil, lilac only. 5- box
ylb!ae and tan. $1.75 Ikix
Men's Lisle, blail and tan, box
Men's Cotton, white and assorted colors, $2 box.
Sola Agents, Honolulu
wnieglassiul of water, be admhust- ruptured
FOR ALL PURPOSES
Marine, Stationary, Pumping,
Honolulu Iron Works Company
Agiius for Ila.vaiian I -.lauds.
Garden Island-Hawaiian Star
Both of these papers offered at slightly more than the price of
one. Kvcryhody on Kauai knows the (lardeii Island. It is im
proving with each issue, and. is becoming more and more impor
tant to readers ami advertise! s. Its subscription rate is two
dollars aud lifly cents per ear, postage paid.
The Hawaiian Star is now edited by Waller 0. Smith aud is
under an energetic management. It has lately established
cable connections with San l-'ranci-co and Washington, while its
facilities for handling Honolulu and islands' news are unsur
passed. The rate for the Daily is eight dollars per year.
Our Clubbing Rate For Doth One Year, Is $9.15; Six Manllis, $4.65
Or, the GARDEN ISLAND and SEMI-WEEKLY STAR
One Year, For $3.95c
Addies: THE GARDEN ISLAND, Lihue Kauai.
to us receive better attention than if sent
to the mainland, and we have a large
stock cf materials from which you may
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange
Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
( -t'.r pl'ii.'eS are and the Value's
h.id in v.T.i re in the world. We have
Kauai which we are serving all the tir
expressed by old will 1 e eujo.el 1 new
s ;;oil.l ,'.s ;i!'c to be
a large cli. lit. lie on
:;e. The sati-f a lion
aliens of ibis store-.
Two or ttre3 first-class
arents on Kauai.
M'.l'e 11 .
Alexander Young Holel Laundry
.d'liess nil l.iur.dry to the Messenger Service
I'nie.n and Hotel Ms., Honolulu.
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