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THE GARPF.N" ISLAND.
Kauai has a lot of entries in The Hawaiian
Star's Big Subscription Contest, in which
there is a
FIRST PRIZE OF $750.00 CASH
and a long list of other good prizes. Here
are some of those whose friends have put
them in nomination:
rr is now said
Miss Virginia Silva, telephone
Henry T. Sheldon, blacksmith,
Miss Mabel Hastie, teacher, Kleele.
Miss Adeline Corea, telephone cen
Mrs. F. Carter, Lihue.
Miss M. Silva, postmistress, Ke
kaha. George Akana, Kilauea.
F,d. Deveiill, luna, Makaweli.
Clem Akina, bookkeeper, Makaweli
Harry Vincent, wireless op., Lihue.
Harold Morgan, Lihue.
Miss Stella Padgett, Makaweli.
Miss Kthel lid wards, Kilauea.
Miss Meta Reid ill, Hanalei.
Miss Claudia Castro. Koolau.
Miss Annie Ching, Hanainaulu.
Miss Mary Huddy, Kealia.
Miss Lottie Jordan, Lihue.
Miss Sato, Koloa.
Miss Stewart, Kalaheo.
Richard Oliver, Waimea.
D. K. Sheldon, Waimea.
C. Achong Ai, Lihue.
Having been nominated, each of the above has 5000 votes
to his or her credit.
KAUAI SHOULD GET ONE
OF THE BIG PRIZES
See the STAR for contest rules, and if you
want further instructions or information,
write to the Contest Department, Hawaiian
That a certain oung lady i-.it-cd
tin- barking sands tecuitlv.
That slif took a itiant',lv t -and
lnuno with her for the puvpuM- nf
keeping burglars away al iue,ht
with its barking.
That the sand has p!nty of grit
but little bark.
That the Public Works Drpart-
ment didn't seem anxious to have
local contractors bid on the Ilana-
j That the Department did not ad-
vertise for bids in the Kauai paper,
presumably to prevent our local
; contractors from bidding.
! That it didn't work the public.
That Kauai's contractors are
, men who are on the job.
' That their bids were lowest.
j That the fact that bids were in
excess of the appropriation, may
give the Department an excuse for
t further delav.
That if the Department is unable
to administer affairs with better
success than in the past, a Kauai
man should be put at the helm.
That some say the Department
h all O. K.
That it is, but it isn't.
That if it was it would advertise
Kauai Contracts in Kauai's paper.
That it never fails to remember
this paper when it can be of service
in exploiting free information.
That this paper is willing to be
of help in such instances, but be
lieves in getting a square deal.
That the young ladies' dance at
Makaweli was a grand success.
'1'h. it the eii N of M.ikaweli are
uicli-h ki;oMi for t lu ;r hi-. n't ijt v .
Tl it I Ilex aii . ;it ell M i-i I
and hat d to . '
Thai the lu-.v lull Patk which
.is ivceiitlv dedii .ite.l to tile pub
lic by the Mel'rx 'e Plantation, is
the kind of gift that i mo-t appre
That Waltel Mt. P.rvile ha- a gu.it
big heart a n il works it overtime
when it comes to inp-re'-f'ne. him
self in at lib-tie ports.
That if all our ititlnc-titi.il men
would show as much inUrc-t in
their employees. .prt would be
come what it should.
That its nice to be married.
That its not nice do hubby) to
come home to a pick-up dinner.
That pink tea habitues should
remember that hubby conn s home
to be fed.
That a touch of the wifely hand
in arranging the dinner is appre
ciated by hubby.
That every woman should t r y
the experiment and inaybj hubby
wouldn't have a grouch so often.
That trouble is brewing in a pro
That it may eventually reach
That if it does there'll be some
That some well-known parties
may feel it their duty to "beat it."
That it would be best to follow
the old saying and "do it now."
That the Waimea basketball team
feel sore over the drubbing which
they received from drummers while
That they should feel thankful
lor the lesson tluv learned.
That the girls should not feel
That there was good plaving
by lx)th teams and the girls played
like the professionals they are.
That fate was against them so
was the drummer boys.
That the drummers are hard to
beat at any game.
That the girls will practise for a
return game when the bunch comes
That a certain young man is very
That he forgot a date,
That when he thought of it, the
young lady had vanished.
That an auto got tired and fail
ed to "get there."
That the load was loaded and so
was the auto.
That a certain young lady com
plained of being lonely.
That to live in the Moloaa re
gion is enough to make a saint
That Lihue was recently visited
by a frost.
That it melted as the Maui de
parted. That a like frost may be expect
ed in about three months.
That Kauai is becoming accus
tomed to these frosty visits, and
McChesney Coffee Co.
16 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU
Coffee Roasters Exclusively
OLD KONA COFFEE
Green or Roasted. Any Quantity.
In bulk or packed in any style.
Coffee of 1 908-9 Crop, or New Crop.
Try Us For Good Coffee
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry
and Musical Instruments
ON CREDIT. No security. Wear
while paying. Kauai Trade solicited.
J.CARLO : : :
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND $2.50
LOCAL and PERSONAL
Alexander McIJrydo of Honolu
lu is visiting relatives and friends,
having arrived by Wednesday's
Supervisor J. K. Lota of Hana
lei returned from a business trip to
J. P. Cooke was an arrival on
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. W. Purvis
returned from a Honolulu trip on
Land Comniissionioner Judd,
came up on the Kinau Wednesday.
P. G. Riley, the biscuit man is
supplying the trade with biscuits.
C. R. Ilemmeuway of the firm
of Smith, Warren it Hemmeuway
Honolulu, arrived on the Kinau
Armand Weill , representing
Murphy Grant & Co., left for
Honolulu, on the Maui Friday, sail
ing from Ahukini.
Sid Spitzer the irrepressible with
Rubinstein & Co., Honolulu, de
parted for Honolulu on the Maui
Senator Fairchild. accompanied
by Mrs. Fairchild Kealia. were
in the County Seat Thursday.
Judge C. S. Dole returned Wed
nesday from a business trip to
D. P. R.ISKNBKRO will not re
turn from Kauai for two weeks
Contractor Wilson who made a
determined attack on the awarding
of the recent belt road contract to
the I,ord Young Co., the attack be
ing based on the fact that his bid
was the lowest and therefore entitled
to first consideration, was defeated
last Thursday in further attempt
to press his claim,
Last week Mr. and Mrs. Wer
ner made a visit to Lihue.
Last Saturday Mr. Menefoglio, (
! manager and electrician o f the j
i electric power house at Wainiha, !
and his wife and children were the
guests of Mrs. Deverill.
Sunday, Mrs. Deverill, Miss
Deverill, Annie, and Herbert made (
a flying trip of about 125 miles in
an automobile to the southern side
of the island to visit Mrs. Deverill's
On Friday afternoons at school
there is always an interesting com-;
pany of girls engaged in sewing. :
Lately they have been busy making ,
garments from a bolt of unbleached 1
muslin which came into their!
possession a few weeks ago. !
Talk about energy and e n -thusiasm!
If a person wishes to1
see a good sample of it just let him j
visit Mrs. Ahi's room wlrfle the.
little tots are singing "This is;
the way we wash our clothes so'
early in the morning."
Some of the garden seeds came j
at last, and it would have done one ;
good to watch the eager boys last
Friday afternoon mark off the beds
and plant the seeds. A few flower
seeds came also and the girls took
possession of them and planted
them by the cottage.
The other day after nearly all the
pupils had gone home, it was dis
covered that the flag cord had
fallen to the ground. The teacher
was at a loss as to how to get the
cord in place again, but the problem
was soon solved as the ever-resourceful
George a n d Sangero,
happened to be present. Sangero,
with the cord in his mouth, climb
ed the pole like a squirrel, and,
under George's directions, attached
the cord to the top of the pole and
brought it down again.
of smart new
Regal Shoe styles has
won a lot of praise
among the best-dressed
men in town. These
new Regal models are
smarter than ever, and they
show nenuine custom style in
every line and curve.
Well-known New York and London custom bootmakers
designed the models from which every one of these Regal Styles
is built. They have a distinctive custom appearance found in no
other ready-to-wear shoes. Moreover, they are made in quarter
tUes, insuring you an exact fit and perfect comfort.
Regal Shoe Store "ZW
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
V. V. NKWKLL, Manager.
Kapiolani Building; Honolulu.
Our shop employes only skilled workmen, is supplied with
every modern appliance and is thc ollIy lin.lo.jate vulcanizing
plant in the Islands.
Our RETREADING is done by experienced men from repu
AH We Ask Is A Trial
Kauai Orders Solicited
For killing a cabin boy on board
the burk Makaweli, First Officer
Smith has been convicted of manslaughter,
Now Read the Ads.
That portion of t h e Imperial
Navy at Hong Kong has surrender
ed to the rebels who are by this
turn of affairs enabled to do effec
tive work against the Imperialists'
water forces. Thc City officials,
merchants and lK'Wspapjr me it. are
taking steps to protect the city of
California Harness & Trimming Shop
Merchant and King Street, Honolulu.
We manufacture harness, saddles ami all accessories to order.
I-land orders pmmptly and neatly executed. Workmanship
guaranteed and our prices are reasonable.
AUTOMOBILE TRIMMING OUR SPECIALTY
P. 0. Box 791 D. HAM.MAN & SON Prop. Phone 2505