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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
The OXLY PLACE to buy your office supplies and gen
eral stationery is at our store, 951 Fort Street. Write us your
want and we shall be pleased to look after it for you.
Our Repair Department for Typewriters, Cash Registers
and Adding Machines is the most extensive in the Territory.
Before buying a typewriter consult us. We handle exclusively
the well known Remington Typewriter which is the BEST
that money can buy.
Trent Trust Co.
Items Of Personal jShipping News
Interest to Keaders
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of. Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
The kind that helps with the work.
Your Grocer has it,
H .Hackfeld&Co.j Ltd.
Trading in the stock market has i
been very light during the week
under review; in fact the month
ending to-day shows only a total of j
9386 shares dealt in, while the ave- j
rage for the several preceding j
months is around 15,000 shares. !
The underlying conditions re- j
sponsible for this inactivity have
been fully explained in preceding
letters, and at the moment there
has been no apparent change for
A transaction involving $41,500
was closed during the week, when
1 1000 shares o f Hawaiian Sugar
j(Makaweli) changed hands! It is
I generally understood that parties
connected with the Company pur-
chased this stock.
The price of Raw Sugar is high
er to-day; 10s: lid i the latest
on Beets. The last on centrifugals
was 3.98 with Beets 10s: 9d the
same date. With to-day's higher
quotation on Beets, it is confident
ly expected that centrifugals will
soon command higher prices.
The stock market closed as fol
lows: Ewa 3 1 -1 2 bid , 32 asked ;
Oahu 30-1 4 bid, 30-3s asked;
Honokaa 11-! 4 bid, 11?4 asked;
H.C. &. Co. 38-! 4 bid, 33.1 4 asked;
Hawn. Sugar 41.00 bid, none offer
ing; Waialua 110.00 bid, 111 asked;
Pioneer 195.00 bid, 205 asked;
Olaa 4-'2 bid, 4-?8 asked;
McBryde 6-bid, 6-5 g asked;
Trent Trust Co. Ltd.
are the best and'absolutely guaranteed.
E. O. HALL & SON, LTD.
carry a full line with prices the same
as sold in all the large cities of the
States. A postal will get you a cata
logue with prices.
tSI R E'S NEVE Jjpk
HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD. !
We are the only practical firm in the Islands today, strictly I
in the monument business. We do all our work with pneumatic
tools, driven by compressed air, and the saving- in labor we give
it onr customers in the reduced price of monuments sold. We I
give any class of lettering, V Sun or raised, but recommend I
raised letters as more artistic. We sell monuments at San Fran-
cisco prices, and as a further inducement to purchase from us, S
we will give the full mime, and the year of birth and death, I
beautifully carved in raised letters, in panel work, with frosted I
background, absolutely free. We are direct importers of Amer-
can and Scotch marble and granites. I
WE PAY THE FREIGHT I
H. C. Coburn Puts
In His Resignation
(Special to the Garden Island)
Elkele, July 7. H. C. Coburn,
for several years past, Superinten
dent of the Kauai Railway Co.,
j and manager of the wharf at this
i place has resigned and will leave
I shortly for the coast where he has
j accepted a position, and where he
! will join Mrs. Coburn. He will
j be succeeded as Superintendent by
iCapt.Geo. D. Leavitt of Honolulu,
Rio Grande Is
Word received from El Paso Fri
day morning, states that the people
living in the immediate vicinity of
the banks of the Rio Grande, are
in a state 01 panic over the pros
pects of an immediate very de
structive overflow, lne river is
rising rapidly and much damage
Another Case Of
Cholera In N. Y.
P. O. Box 491
Honolulu, T. H.
Another case of Asiatic cholera
1 has been discovered in New York,
this time on board a German steam
ship, the case being reported last
Friday. The health authorities
have taken every precaution to pre
vent its spread and will hold the
vessel in quarentine until all pos
sible chance of contagion has
BRO. BENJAMIN REMEDIES are the BEST
r k r 1 a n it nn iit k
L J J UT U JT 1 L. 1 IV 1 V I Trade Mark Registered
w- in U. S. Patent Office.
STOMACH, LIVER, KIDNEY AND BLOOD REMEDY
cures Rheumatism, Impure Blood, Scrofula, Indigestion, Dys
pepsia, Sour Stomach, Lack of Appetite, Fluttering of the
Heart, Gas and Wind on the Stomach, Bloated feeling, Pains in
the Stomach after eating, Sick-headache, Dizziness, Coated
Tongue, Iiilliousness, La Grippe, Dengue Fever, Chills and Fe
ver, Malaria, Iireakbone Fever, That Tired Feeling, Jaundice,
Backache, Diabetes, Gravel, Incipient Bright's Disease, Bladder
Trouble, Knuresis, (Bed-Wetting by Children,) Melancholia,
Worms of A Kinds, Nervous and Female Disorders, Sleepless
ness. Cures Constipation, Anaemic Condition. A great Tonic
for women. Directions in English, Hawaiian, Portuguese, Spanish, Italian and French on blue
carbon around the botile. $1 -00 per bottle; 3 for $2.50; 6 for $5.00.
Bro. Benjamin WoN-nRH LixiMKNTGreatesreiiefJfor Aches and Pains 50jJ for $2.00
Bro. Benjamin Catarrh Ri: MKiY--for difficult breathing. catarrlioMTnh 5oT5 for"$2.(K)
Bko. Benjamin Cq asthma etc. 50; 5 for $2.00
Bro. Benjamin Salve for cuts, bruises, burns, sores, Jtch. piles 25; 5 for $1.00
Bro. Benjamin Pills Great laxative after dinner pill " 2575for$1.00
Ask your Plantation Store or nearest Dealer to get these medicines for you
HONOLULU DRUG Co., Ltd; "ST SS
The Words Bro. Ben
jamin and this picture
must be on every package.
Miss Lulu Weber returned from
Honolulu on the Hall Saturday, i
J. P. McSwanson, representing
the Evening Bulletin, is making a
tour ut the island.
Geo. Keo, is one of the jurors
from llanalei , having arrived
J. W. Bergstrom, of the Berg
strom Music Co., Honolulu, arrived
011 the Hall Saturday.
Rev. J. M. Lydgate and Mrs.
Lydgate returned last week from a
pleasant trip to Japan.
Miss Bernice Hundley is spend
ing her vacation in Honolulu, hav
ing gone down last Tuesday.
Geo. P. Thielan, stenographer
for the present term of the circuit
court, arrived by the Hall Saturday.
G. B. Leavitt, the newly
pointed superintendent of
Kauai Railway, came up on
Henry T. Sheldon, Jr., of Ka
paa, returned home Saturday after
concluding a week of grand jury
F. B. Cook, a board of health in
spector of Honolulu, has been
named Sanitary Inspector for
A meeting of the Kauai Athletic
Association was held in parlor of the
the Hotel Fairview last Saturday
Dr. Derby has been re-appointed
to membership on the Board of
Dental Examiners of the Territory
C. W. Smith, of Makaweli, who
has been doing grand jury duty
here for the past week, left for
Mr. Bergau, Japanese interpre
ter for the July term of the circuit
court, here, is registered at the
Mr. and Mrs. II. D. Wishard will
leave shortly for an extended trip
to the east. They will be away un
til the fore part of December.
Hans D o d e n has succeeded
Henry Birkmyer as headluna of the
Kilauea Plantation, having taken
hold of his new duties July 1st.
Ben Vickers, the popular repre
sentative of the Regal Shoe Store
in Honolulu, is again on the island
with an exceptionally fine line o f
Judge Lindsay and wife were ar
rivals on the Hall Saturday, in re
sponse to a wireless announcing
the serious illness of Judge Lind
Mr. R. Smith sugar boiler of Ma
kaweli and treasurer of the Kauai
Athletic Association, will leave for
tne coast at tne conclusion or t n e
present grinding season.
Prof, and Mrs J. B. Alexander,
left for Honolulu Saturday. They
will remain for a short time in Ho
nolulu visiting friends before start
ing on their world tour.
Hans Reichelt, book-keeper for
the Lihue Plantation, who went
under an operation recently for
appendicitis, has recovered suffi
ciently to again be at his desk.
A pretty five-room cottage is be
ing built by Mr. A. S. Wilcox near
his home residence, for Mr. Wm
Stewart. Mr. Hay nes of Honolulu,
is in charge of the construction.
Prof. H. H. Brodieof Hanapepe,
nas purcnasea a little Hudson, in
which he made a trip to Lihue last
week, during which, he was a call
er at the Garden Island Office
I W. Scheiber was a returning
1 passenger 011 the Hall after a trip
I to Honolulu to which place he was
called owing to the death of his son
! who was drowned recently by the
I capsizing of a sail boat.
Charley Cramer, formerly of the
Laupahoehoe Sugar Co., has been
appointed assistant head luna f o
the Kilauea Plantation, succeeding
Hans Doden, who has been pro
moted to head lunaship.
Miss Mumford is moving into the
Lihue School cottage. Miss Mum
ford's host of friends are delighted
over her promotion to the Lihue
School principalship for the coming
year, and will probably tender her
a welcoming reception when she
gets settled in her new home.
Regular mail leaves Lihue on
Tuesday and Saturday at 5 p. m.
Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu Wednesday and Friday morn
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought by
steamers nui ing extra trips be
tween regular mail days. On days
when the coast mail is due, the
mail boat due on Friday, will lay
over and come in on haturciav
morning instead. 1
Registered mail closes on mail
days, at four o'clock sharp. Or
dinary mail, at half past four.
Mail for Island offices, leaves
Lihue on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday mornings at six o'clock.
Except, however, in cases when
the coast mail delays the Friday
boat, then the mail will leave on
Saturday at 6 a. m.
Sherman, July 12.
Sheridan, August 12.
Hay, Bran, Rolled Bar lev,
Oats. Wheat, Middlings
Sole agents for
International Stock and
Poi ltry Foon
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Formerly with P. On Tni. of
Honolulu, is now located at
Ladies' Garments made in the
latest prevailing fashions.
Sheridan, July 5.
Buford, August 4.
Zealandia, C.-A. R. M. S. July
For China and Japan
T. K. K. S. Tenyo Maru, June
P. M. S. Persia, July 9.
For Kauai Ports
W. G. Hall, I. -1. S. N. Co.,
Kinau, I. -1. S. N. Co., every
Kau and Kona Ports
Mauna Loa, I. -1. S. N. Co., al
ternate Tuesdavs and Fridays.
For Moloai and Maui
Miahala, every Tuesday.
For Maui and Hawaii Ports.
Mauna Kea, I. I. S. N. Co.,
Claudine I. -I. S. N. Co., every
PORT ALLEN SHIPPING
j HOTEL BAY VIEW
J v t
The Commercial Man's
j & &
DICK OLIVER, Manager
The Hilonian and Lurline carry
passengers, leaving direct tor the
coast, the fare one way or round
trip, being the same as that from
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maui
island, N'ly side ahului Harbor
Kahului Breakwater Light
Characteristic changed, June 1,
1911, from fixed red to a white
light showing thus:
Light Eclipse Light Eclipse
1.5 sec. 6.0 sec. 1.5 sec. 6.0 sec.
Light is tin watched.
Without other change.
N. to E. No. 15, 1911, par. 465.
C. & G. S. Charts 4105,4116,
List of Lights, etc., Pacific Coast,
1909. p. 50, after No. 242.
List of Buoys, etc., 12th Sub
district, '1909, p. 13.
By order of the Commissioner of
Lieutenant, U. S. N.,
Lnspector, 19th L. II. District.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Bldg. Honolulu
MILTON & PARSONS
Foraiorly with Dunn'i Hat Shop
Hotel Street, Honolulu
Opp. Young Hotal
210-211 Bo.lon Bldg.
In a large and choice assortment
Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co
Young Bldg., Honolulu.
! Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions,
i General Plantation
Contract Is Let
1 For New School
R. W. A. REDHOUSE
All work strictly first-class
Island trade will receive
R. W. Perkins
; j Up-to-Date Portraiture
v J J
C. T. Green, the contractor, ar
rived on the Hall Saturday, bring
ing plans and specifications for the
construction of the new three-room
school house for L i h u e . Work
will be begun at once and Mr.
Green promises that it will be com
pleted well within the time for the j Webber,
opening of the fall term of school, ! Green,
The following passengers arrived
on the W. G. Hall Saturday morn
ing: Geo. P. Thielan, A. T. Wil
cox, G. B. Leavitt, E. K. Paxton,
J. P. McSwanson, lien Vickers,
Judge Lindsay, and wife, J. W.
Bergstrom, W. Scheiber, W. A.
Engle, Miss E. B. Berry, Miss L.
Mrs. G. Nicoli, C. T.
Mail Orders Gven
j j j
llOHotel St. Honolulu