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THE GARDEN IS AND.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY. AUGUST 8, 1911
Entered at the post ofiice at
I,ihue, Kauai, as second-class
Suhscrii'Tion Raths s?2.50 Vkk
YliAK, Si. 50 lOU SIX MONTHS
AnVKRTISINO Ratks, 50 ClJNTS
An Inch Pkr Month.
Front Page Advertising
Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch
E. li. Bkidouwatkk, Editor
K. C. Hopi'KR, Managkk
IIkrk's luck to our polo team.'
Two hangings on one day is a
distinction which Waimea citizens
are said not to particularly relish.
Now that Superintendent Pope
is back, school matters will again
assume their usual trend.
OiU'lClAUTiS would be a fair
diagnosis in the case of the Hono
lulu Board of Supervisors.
May the next President of the
Board of Health have less strings
to his bow and more time to devote
to his job.
Tun Gardkn Island 'has made
special arrangements for reporting
the victory of the Kauai polo" team
Guorgk Cakthr at the head of
the Board of health Department
would be an assurance that matters
would be conducted satisfactory to
"I learn s-iiinctliiii rvery tiljii' 1 nunc
to Kaimi. TIih time I haw learni'il that
Kami! ha the liner- roads in tin- Terri
tory." Prominent Honolulu Attorney.
Same old story, but it never fails
to make us feel good.
IT doesn't make any difference
to the tax payers who does the
hiring but it will be up to the Oahu
voters at the next election, to do
Knoti.ky and his Home Rulers
have decided to have Kuhio appoint
ed Governor, firing the first gun of
assurance at a mass meeting in
Aala Park Saturday evening, Look
out Knotty, that the dingbusted old
gun don't backfire.
An Indiana prophetess predicts
that the world will come to an end
this year, while a St. Louis woman
places the catastrophe next year.
Owing to the confusion of dates
the affair will probably have to be
What's become of the Ilanape
pe School proposition. Vacation
is half over and the matter is very
likely quietly reposing in some dust
covered pigeon hole. If the Hon
olulu officials are in no position to
expedite this matter, they should
turn it over to our local board of
supervisors who have the reputa
tion of "doing things."
About the first really important
measure that the Honolulu Board
of Health can so far be accused of
committing, is the screening of the
fish market. For years, filth of
every description has been a daily
addition to the meets and fish dis
played in the market stalls a n d
that this matter has at last becomt
the subject of the Board's attention,
speaks well for the future prospects
of a sanitary Honolulu.
"GOING SOME," YES?
TlIK M o r n i n g Advertiser of
August 3rd., with its usual degree
of correctness ? relieves itself of
"Tin- Kuiiui ponies iin- in tnwn
piirlitifii nf tlw iiiiiihttiiri' ! - ;nc n..
coinfurtiilily tidl"d at Mnuntdiisi St i
JHlllil' IlilVr lltfn lit It lit! tn Ilif I:iii.m
fcti'inn, it ii I tin1 tram lia- n It'll' r lul . l
liiiiutiti- tliiui lat jtur ami tli.il i jjiiim:
At the time t h e Advertiser'-,
renders were given the above infor
mation, the "miniature horses"
were prancing over the green on the
Huleia grounds in their last practice
game before leaving for Honolulu
and were not within a hundred
miles of the "Moawalua stalls.''
We trust that the cub who permitted
himself to come within one hundred
miles of the truth, in anything he
might say in his paper, will have
the gr ice to allow himself to be
jailed at once, as it would lie a
menace to the paper's reputation
tq allow such a dangerously near
truthful reporter to continue at liberty.
, Are To Be Ajusted
The claims of the Hawaiian pri
soners during the revolution of
1895, will be taken before a board
of arbitration for final adjustment,
according to late advices from Ho
We'll Make All
Sugar We Need
I-'rom Washington comes a sug
gestion by a prominent sugar man,
to t h e effect that, within fifteen
years, this country will produce all
the sugar needed, if the tariff re
Insane Asylum Fire
Kills Eight Persons
The destruction of an insane Asy
lum in Hamilton, Ontario, by fire,
caused the death of eight inmates,
destroyed the building, and injured
According to latest advices from
Mexcico City, Bernardo Reyes, a
prominent man, politically, has an
nounced his candidacy for presi
dency. California Forest Is
Left To Flames
The gravity of the situation i n
the great forest reserve fire which
is raging near San Bernardino Cal
ifornia, can be p a r t 1 y realized
when we consider that an annv of
men who have been fighting t h e
fire day and night, have been forced
to retire from exhaustion, abandon
ing the forest to the flames.
Army Polo Man
Comes To Kauai
Capt. V. D. Forsyth, the popu
lar director of the Fifth Cavalry
crack polo aggregation, came up on
the Kinau to attend the last polo
practice by our local boys before
going onto the firing line. While
here he was the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. A. H. Rice.
Home Rulers Back
Cupid For Governor
The Home Rule element is out
with a booster for Prince Cupid for
Governor. They plan a vigorous
campaign. "Its up to you" says Ku
hio to Knotley, and a mass meeting
has been held whereat "Kokuas"
in a general publicity compaign
were secured in which it is planned
to not only present the matter be
fore the people, but to take it be
fore President Taft.
ut-t r.i:.- .
1 1 If you are athirst for j
I a real good glass of l,
You'll pronounce it
the finest beer you
ever drank. It's
for this climate.
Popular Teachers j
Miss Basher principal of the Ka
waiahao Seminary and Miss Kinney
her assistant, are spending a few
wceks.at the Lydgate Mountain
House at Kamooloa. They are en
thusiastic about the natural beauty
of the region and Kauai in general.
By Magic Lantern
On Sunday Evening Rev. J. M.
Lydgate gave a lantern exhibition
at Kilauea on Picturesque Japan,
showing beautiful colored pictures
illustrative of his recent visit there,.
A collection was taken for the ben
efit of the Kilauea Church. On
Monday Evening he gave the same
show at Hanalei.
A Serious Accident
Waimka. What might have
been a serious accident, was. pre
vented only by the presence of
mind of the drivers of two machines
which swerved round a curve, near
Dr. Sandow was in charge of one
car, while Mr. Knudsen was at the
steering post of the other, and as
they swung to make the curve,
came into view. No damage was
done, but it is not unlikely that
two of Kauai's distinguished citi
zens experienced a chilly sensation
in the vicinity of their spinal
Pres. Motl-Smiili Lets
Go His Job As Boss
President Molt Smith, who has1
held down the lid on the Board of
Health during a period of unusual
experiences, has resigned. As yet
there has been no suggestion of a '
successor for the position. j
American Tobacco Co. ;
Has Gone The Limit
Present indications point to the
prohibition of further merging of j
the American Tobacco Co., which
has become-of such gigantic pro
portions as to endanger all com
petitors. Three Leading Nations
Declare For Peace
The United States, Great Britain
and France have signed the peace
treaty. This act is causing much
satisfaction among officials of the
respective countries and it is now
believed that other countries will ,
fall in line without
Mrs. J. II. Cuiuinings. wife of t
real estate dealer J. II. Cuminings
of Honolulu, arrived on the Kinau. 1
Mrs. C. Spillner was a returning
passenger qn the Kinau.
G. N. Kane was an arriving pas
senger on the Kinau, Wednesday. I
The J5eer Thai's J3reved
p (Suit .The jQimsie
THE HIGH IDEALS OF 70 YEARS
TAKE DEFINITE FORM IN THE
1911 Knox Hats
finest we've ever asked you to look at
and that's saying a great deal.
There's not a break in the chain of shapes
and dimensions covering a range so wide
that no man can say: "you haven't just
what I Wanted"
Knox Soft Hals,
Knox Stiff Hats,
Knox Silk Hats,
Begins Tuesday, Aug. 1st .
It is unnecessary to go into a long story
of what that means. A yearly event that
needs no recommendation.
Wonderfully Attractive Offerings
Send your mail orders now and partici
pate in the exceptional values to be offer
ed during the first two weeks in August.
Kvery article in our immense stock at
N. S. Sachs
P. O. Box 566
Tuesday, August 1st, we inaugurate our
August Clearance Sale
Furniture, Rugs and Draperies
20 to 50 per cent Reductions
Mail Orders Carefully Filled
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
Harry .C. Waldron, representa
tive .salesman for the Honolulu Iron
Work, arrived on the Kinau last
(Made by Knox)
Dry Goods Co.
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hechert re
turned last Wednesday after a short
visit among friends and relatives in
! Established 1859
.4 tl v4
IIoNoi.tn.r, lln.o, Waimka
Transacts a General liakning
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal citits of
Interest allowed at the rale
of 4 1-2 per cent per annum
on Savings Ha n deposits.
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
& & &
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful ar.d prompt
KVKKYTHING IX Till?
SlI.VKU AND Goi.n LINK
Rich Cut Glass and
MiiKciiAxnisK or tiik
Bust Qcai.ity Oxi.y.
1 0. Box 342 ono ' '
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Luiui;, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received stiDjtct
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
DKAI'TS Dkawn ox
Sau 1'Vaucisco1 Uerliu
New York I long Kong
Saving s D ispart.m j; NT
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 1-2 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up 10
$2,500 in any one account.
SaI'K DlU'OSIT Uoxks I'OR
RlCNT S2 AND $3 A YKAK
In a large and choice assortment
Hawaii & South Seas Curio Co
Young Bldg Honolulu.
A. R. GLAISYEO.V.M.
Will make monthly licajquarten
at per tchedule below
I- 10, 13-14
II- li -15-17
and Real Estate
No. 857 Kahauiiianu Street
Mrs. J. K. Gnndall, rtlurmd
from Honolulu Wcdnemluy.