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TIIK GARDKN ISLAND
A Chat Concerning Our Honolulu Advertisers Who They Are
Continued Next I Veek-
Lewers & Cooke Ltd.
Tliis naiiK' is significant of every
thing th;it is best in the grnccry
line. One of the oldest firms in
the city, it has gained for itself a
reputation for fairness and quality
of goods that is only gained through
years of successful business man
agement. "Value for the money"
might well he taken as the motto of
this well-known firm.
Roman, The Hat Cleaner.
Next door to the Central 1'ire
Station, on Kcretania Street, is
Roman the Hat man. He is Ho
nolulu's live wire in the Hot hue,
an 1 can furnish hats in more styles
than any three other firms in the
City. His hat cleaning depart
ment is also up-to-date and h i s
business from outside islands is in
creasing as the result of his thought
fulness in paying freight, one way
on all work which conies in.
Ehlers & Co.
One of the most important Dry
Goods firm is that of Killers & Co.,
whose name is a household byword
among the families from Hawaii
to Kauai, for a mail order depart
ment which spreads itself, like a
gigantic spider's web throughout
tile entire islands, assists this firm
in accomodating its constantly in
This is the only firm in Hono
lulu which makes a business of
selling jewelry, watches and
diamonds at retail on the install
ment plan. l'Vom a small beginning
several years ago, his business has
increased to such an extent as to
Please Tell them you saw it
enable him to put up a beautiful
concrete building. It is located 011
a busy section of I'ort Street and
the firm enjoys ;i large" clientele
from the outlying islands.
T!ie Hotel Majestic
This hotel is conducted by Mrs.
I'.laisdell, a former Kauai resident,
who makes a specialty of catering to
the inter-island trade. The Majes
tic is conveniently located, being
in thcSach's building on the corner
of beletania and I'ort streets, and
three transfer points. Mrs. lilais
dcll's pleasing personality, com
bined with the first-class accomoda
tions of the hotel, keeps this popu
lar house filled with guests.
The Curio Den.
On I'ort Street almost opposite
the Club Stables is The Curio Hen.
the home of everything in the curio
line, with expert McNamara in
charge. It is the home of the visit
ing tourists who never fail to find
just what they are looking for.
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
With branch stores throughout
the various islands, this firm has
one of the largest inter-island trades
of the many wholesale houses in
Honolulu. Headquarters were re
cently enlarged in order to accomo
date the increasing trade which has
marked this very enterprising firm
since its organization many, many,
years ago. This firm can furnish
anything from a pin to a complete
store and do it promptly.
The Kaimuki Land Co.
In this Company, Honolulu can
boast of one of the most enter -
For Suburban Real Estate Investments, Honolulu today presents opportunities
that cannot be found in any other American city. We fir& invite your attention
to the millions of dollars now being spent on the Panama Canal and Honolulu's
Military improvements, giving absolute assurance to Honolulu's promising future
to say nothing of her splendid Agricultural and Residental advantages and second,
your attention to
Palolo Hill and Ocean View
Two magnificent suburban properties located in the Kaimuki diftrid, where home
building adivity surpasses anything ever known in the Hawaiian Islands. Kaimuki,
on account of its high elevation, healthful climate and beautiful scenery, is recog
nized as the beft residential sedion of the city, and purchasers today will reap
the full benefit of a magnificent residential sedion in a growing American City.
Our Prices and Terms are Reasonable
UK! LAND COMPANY, LIMITED
HONOLULU, T. H.
prising and successful real estate
firms, in the city. Their advertis
ing campaign indicates a thorough
knowledge of the business. Kai
mnki homes are owned by persons
scattered throughout the entire is
lands, and the buyers are yet
rapidly increasing. Kaiinuki i s
considered the health spot of Ho
nolulu. It is here that the Home
for the incurables is situated; Here
to has recently been established the
Ilrigg's Sanitoriuiu, which was
placed here owing to the very de
sirable climate. Any one who is
interested in Kaimuku would do
well to communicate with the Kai
muki Laud Co., who, will furnish
prospectus and full information
regarding Honolulu's "Garden
Mclnerny Shoe Co., Ltd.
In the Mclnerny Shoe Co. Ltd.,
Honolulu, has a shoe store which
for variety of styles and prices, re
main without an equal. Mr. Wm.
Mclnerny, manager of this mag
nificent store, is an expert shoe
man, being one of the best judge
of shoes in Honolulu. The quality
and styles of the Mclnerny Shoe is
well-known throughout the islands
which is partly the result of the
large mail order business this very
widely known house enjoys.
California Harness Shop.
Hammon & Son, one of the old
est established harness shops in
Honolulu, have added a a u t o
trimmer'soulfit to theirbusinessand
are kept busy with an extra force
of men in order to keep up with
trade. They are located on Mer
chant & King St., opposite the
in THE GARDEN ISLAND when you write out
Palace Square and it would be ad
vantageous to these who have trim
ming to do to give them a trial.
One of the best equipped tiuto
moble houses of the city is the As
sociated Garage. Beginning altout
three years ago, it has steadily
grown until it lias now assumed
its present proportions. Manager
Hall is thoroughly familiar with
the auto business from hub to top
and much of the succest of this
firm is due to his forethought in the
selection of cars suitable to his
The Honolulu Brewing Co,, is
manufacturing a beer which has no
equal in the Islands. It stands to
reason, that home brewed beer need
not contain ingredients to insure
its keeping through shipment from
one climate to another. This be
ing true, then, the home-brewed
beer must be superior since all im
ported beer must be doctored be
fore entering our climate. 1'rimo
has made a reputation for itself
which is difficult if not entirely im
possible to estimate. It is meet
ting with tremedous popularity
E. 0. Hall & Son.
This name stands for the most
reliable hardware store in the is
lands. Here can be found a corps
of efficients and most obliging
clerks, any of whom it is a pleasure
to meet. The store sells every
thing in hardware and crockery
and do an immense inter-island
trade, having representatives who
make their regular trips to the other
islands, whose merchants are heavy
purchasers. Manager White is a
trained hardware man and his large
clientele receives the benefit of his
know ledge in securing the best
value in goods for the least money.
Honolulu Iron Works.
In this vast plant is forged every
conceivable piece of machinery
from a coupling pin to a three mil
lion dollar sugar mill complete.
Hundreds of men, and thousands
of members of families, depend on
this plant for their living. It is a
blessing to the poor of Honolulu,
for it gives them work by which
they can earn their living; it is
useful to the many sugar mills
whose machinery occasionally needs
repairing; and last but by no means
least, it is capable of putting to
gether the necessary machinery for
a complete sugar mill in less time
than coast factories. Surely the
Honolulu Iron Works ranks first
in importance as to manufacturers
This up-to-date toggery, though
established in recent years, has
built up a trade such as is only
possible by a constant endeavor to
please the customer both as to
quality of goods and to prices. A.
C. Silva is head of this wide-awake
establishment and his alert
ness to the requirements of his ever
in-creasing trade has won h i in
distinction as one of Honolulu's
most successful business men.
Hopp & Co.
Like the proverbial
hub of the
Universe" all roads lead to the
largest furniture store in Honolulu,
namely, J. Hopp & Co. Here is
always to be found a stock of fur
niture from which a selection can
be made to suit the purchaser's
means. A large mail order depart
ment is maintained by this firm,
through which outside island trade
is supplied with ever increasing
satisfaction. M a n a ge r Spicer's
knowledge of furniture and home
requirements relieves the purchas
er from the worry of deciding what
is best for furnishing the single
room or a mansion. If you are
preparing to furnish a house, you
are doing yourself an injustice if
you do not consult him before doing
Who Really "Done" It.
In one of the large cities a pri
mary teacher was one day instruct
ing her class in the composition of
sentences. She wrote two sen
tences on the blackboard, one a
misstatement of fact, and the other
wrong grammatically. The sen
tences were: "The hen has three
legs" and "Who done it?"
"Willie," she said to one of the
youngsters, "go to the board and
show where the fault lies in those
Willie slowly approached the
board, evidently studying hard.
Then he took the crayon and wrote:
"The hen never done it. God
done it. ' '
Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Wilcox
were returning passengers o n
Geo. Mahikoa, Road Luna for
the Hanalei District returned
Wednesday from Honolulu.
that next order