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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
The ONLY PLACE to buy your office supplies and gen
eral stationery is at our store, 951 Kort 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.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102.
Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
Pure Kona Coffee I
Insist upon your grocer giving you this most delicious of Ko- J
na's Coffees . Its the kind that makes m want another cup.
Whole Roasted and Ground
Kauai Garage Company
Tel 600 SUB-AGENTS FOR VON HAM-YOUNG CO. Tel 600
Packard, Peerless, Lozier, Pope-Hartford, Stevens-Duryea, Buick,
Cadillac, Stoddard-Dayton, Overland, Hupmobile, Oldsmobile, Baker
Electric, Maxwell. Autocar. Everett, Thomas Flier.
GASOLINE TRUCKS: Packard, Pope-Hartford, Buick, Atterbury.
We have on hand, 1 Model 17 Buick, 5 passenger touring car. This
car is rated at 30 h. p. but develops actual 48. Price $2,100. One
second-hand 1910 Cadillac "30" 5 passenger touring car, fully equip
ped. This car was formerly owned by C. H. Wilcox, is in good con
dition. Price$l,500. One model "Dr" Maxwell 2 cylinder, 20 h. p.
Runabout in good order. Price $500.
We cary a full line of anto supplies. Our garage is fully equip
ped for first-class work. We respectfully solicit a Trial.
HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD.
We are the only practical firm in the Islands today, strictly
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
give any class of lettering, V Sun or raised, but recommend
raised letters as more artistic. We sell monuments at San Fran
cisco prices, and as a further inducement to purchase from us,
we will give the full name, and the year of birth and death,
beautifully carved in raised letters, in panel work, with frosted
background, absolutely free. We are direct importers of Amer
can and Scotch marble and granites.
WE PAY THE FREIGHT
HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD.
P. O. Box 491 Honolulu, T. H.
to be lure of getting the jm
very latest correel cuftom m
style in your footwear at I j
reasonable price, U to !
come to ut (or a pair of m
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Ron't spend spare time thinking
what you mik.'lit be if your salary were
dui'hled! iioing. not thinking, will make
y -vish a reality, our Iree booklet,
'ourllands Tied?" tells you wliat
t - nd how todo it. Thousands have
y doubled or largely Increased
tn .ularies by following our plan.
Un. our guidance you can do the
same. Act today! 1. t'. 4. Tlt
Ixmks make It easy for those already
at work to
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IHTESUTIOKiL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS,
1139 Fori St oboui I
Farm Comn, the well-known
Honolulu Chinese lawyer and inter
preter, came up by the Kinau, and
after transacting considerable busi
ness, returned to Honolulu Satur
day. E. C. Smith, manager of the
Garden Island Honey Co., was an
arrival on the Kinau Wednesday.
Ensign Lyman of Koloa, was in
town last week.
Kerosene the roosts.
Work for the future.
Tell us your experience.
Have regular feeding hours t o
Dampness is to be prevented at
A liberal use of whitewash i s
One bad egg is a thorn in your
It is what you feed that counts
Always have fr.sh, puro waler be
fore your fows.
When the little chick ' wi:.gs lie
gin to drop look for l.ce.
Rats are a bad thing when they
take quarters in the poultry house.
In breeding be careful not to drop
utility points to get standard.
The incubator needs closer watch
ing now than in cold weather.
A little linseed meal in the soft
feed once in a while is very ben-
The charcter of the food has
much to do with the quality of the
Always have plenty of grit before
your fowls, remember it is their
Most poultry houses need no ven
tilators. They have to much ven
Do not keep more breeds of poul
try than you can keep to breed in
Respect the brooding hen.
Harsh methods should never b e
used to break her up.
If hens lay soft shell eggs it in
dicates they are too fat, feed less
and keep them busy.
Pullets and hens will lay just as
well without the attention of a male
bird as with one.
High feeding and lack of exer
cise is the cause of a good many
infertile eggs in the spring.
Pure breeds will give better re
turns than the mongrel deadbeats
tolerated by our grandparents.
Eggs for the market should be
clean, they look better and sell bet
ter, and dirt should be removed.
In mating for breeding, be caie-
ful to have the male excel in points
that are deficient in the females.
Oatmeal is a good food for little
chicks, but must not be feed too
freely as it is apt to cause bowel
Study your birds and breed them
so as to bring the egg record up.
Quick growth, early maturity. It
will pay you.
A filthy drinking vessel is a good
place for desease to take root. Al
ways keep it clean and filled with
Be careful about letting the heat
run too high in the brooder as an
overheated chick never attains the
size it should.
Don't undertake more than you
can do. Better raise less birds and
and give them better care, which
mens better birds, more eggs and
If its paper you want, long ar
ticles to read, and not to-the-point
articles, you will need a fifty center
or a dollar journal. Poultry
Pointers cannot fill the demand.
The hen she is capable, when
well bred, fed and cared for, of
, turning a given quantity of raw
: material into more dollars and cents
; than any other animal on the farm.
No one who is not a close obser
ver need expjet to make a success
in the poultry business. You must
study your fowls, learn their ways,
and work for their comfort, and al
so keep them busy.
I Mrs. E. H. King, a trained nurse
: in charge of the boys' department
at the Kamehameha School, arrived
Wednesday by the Kinau.
The Misses Basher Kinney and
Faast, three of Kawaiahao Semina
ry's most popular young school
' marms, are guests of their Kauaii
an friends, having arrived last
j Wednesday morning.
C. Bayer, manager of the Maka
weli Store, returned Wednesday
from a business trip to Honolulu.
C. W. Spitz returned Wednesday
from Honolulu, where he had been
for the past week, combining busi
ness with pleasure.
M. Silva and M. Moses of t b e
Honolulu Iron Works, came up on
Up-to-date Livery, Drayitg and Boarding Stable and Auto
I BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
I Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
j W. WEBER Manager.
S TJ.pIione 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
California Feed Co.
Hay, Bran, RoixkdBarlky,
Oats, Wheat, Middlings
Sole agents for
International Stock and
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange
Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
WANTED Two or three first-class
'agents on Kauai.
Coyne Furniture Company, Limited
Alexander Young Building, Honolulu
FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box
Couches, Mattresses, Etc.
UPOLSTERING AND REPAIRING
Formerly with P. On Tai, of
Honolulu, is now located at
Ladies' Garments made in the
latest prevailing fashions.
P. O. Box 54
HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO.
C. H. BROWN, Manager
SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, AND
SECOND - HAND MACHINERY
ALiCAUt la St., near Electric Power Station.
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The Commercial Man's
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DICK OLIVER, Manager
I Coney Garage Co., Ltd. I
J. H. CONEY, Manager
AUTOMOBILES TO ALL PARTS OF KAUAI
DAY OR NIGHT.
Autos and Light Machinery Repaired, Plumbing and Gas Fit
ting. Automobile Supplies. Agents for the Kissel Kar,
Franklin, Chalmers Detroit, Hudson, Gramm, Logan Truck,
and Colt Acetylene Lighting Plant.
Agents for the I. I. STEAM NAV. CO., Ltd., Nawiliwili, Kauai
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Bldg. Honolulu
Garden Island-Hawaiian Star
Both of these papers offered at slightly more than the price of
one. Everybody on Kauai knows the Garden Island. It is im
proving with each issue, and is becoming more and more impor
tant to readers and advertisers. Its subscription rate is two
dollars and fifty cents per year, postage paid.
The Hawaiian Star is now edited by Walter G. Smith and is
under an energetic management. It has lately established
cable connections with San Francisco 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 Both One Year, Is $9.15; Six Months, $4.85
Or, the GARDEN ISLAND and SEMI-WEEKLY STAR
One Year, For $3.95c
Addres: THE GARDEN ISLAND, Lihue Kauai.
MILTON & PARSONS
Formerly with Dunn's Hal Shop
Hotel Street, Honolulu
Opp. Youni Hotel
310-211 Boiton Bldg.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions,
R. W. Perkins
1 1 Honolulu
& & j
are the best and'absolutely guaranteed.
E. 0. 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,
j Up-to-Date Portraiture
I & ji
j Kodak Developing
j and Printing
j j j
I Mail Orders Gven
j Special Attention
I llOHotelSt. Honolulu