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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, December 05, 1911, Page 8, Image 10',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
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If not, we. invite you to come and see our
FINE DISPLAY OF CHRISTMAS
which consists o f the following: Japanese em
broidered kimonos in silk and crape, emb. shawls,
silk, kanka and cotton crape jackets, silk scarfs, baby
kimono jackets, in silk and crape, embr. gauze table
centers & doilies, satin embr. silk cushions, co
vers, emhr. silk shirtwaist patterns, silk pincushions,
embr. photo frames, etc.
linen ercibr. centerpieces & doilies, bureau covers
4?; scarfs, Japanese flower vases, fern dishes, jardiners,
An elegant line of Japanese lacquer ware such as:
i-av', Gsovc and Handkerchief Boxes, Stands and
CUT GLASS, HAWAIIAN JEWELRY,
A Large Selection of Toys.
de Sugar Co' s Store
i IMPORTANT REPORT
Tlie final report of the tubercu
losis ' commission has at length
been issued after ten years of
; patient research, and it decides a
(fu'estion vhich has been actively
canvassed for twenty years. Kver
; since Dr. Koch enunciated his
; famous theory differentiating
human from bovine tuberculosis
I in 1891, the discussion has gone
on and ten years ago the conflict
of evidence led to the appointment
of the royal commission of England
! which has issued its final report,
j It was obviously an important
j matter for the state to decide if
Dr. Koch's theory was sound, in
which case a number of regula
tions against diseased meat and
impure meat might safely be
The first report of the commis
sion, issued in 194, made it clear
that the regulations had lietter be
maintained. The commission's ex
periments at that stage showed
conclusively that h u m a n and
bovine tuberculosis were not en
tirely disconnected, and that ani
mals could be infected from man.
The converse proposition has
now been demonstrated, and the
present report definitely states
that both intestinal tuberculosis
and tuberculosis of the lungs can
be transmitted from animals to
man. The report points out that
the chief danger to health lies in
diseased cow's milk and beef, as
none of the animals that multiply
the human tubercle bacillus are in
common use for man's food. The
commissioners found that i h a
number of cases of children who
died from tuberculosis of the in
testines, the bovine bacillus was
alone the cause in nearly one half
They recommend that measures
should be taken to exclude from
the food supply the milk of all
diseased cows, or cows tht cannot
be certified irrespective of disease.
Those Coming In
The following passengers arrived
on the Kinau Wednesday morn
ing, Nov 29: Mrs. T. Brandt,
V. II. Iloogs.J. II. Bole and wife,
Mrs. A. Klussman, R. K. Dtnipsev,
II. Schultz, I). L. Austin. W.
Young, Il.Spaulding, Rev.S. Kau
lili, Shindo, Dr. Sheppard, Miss
Purvis, A. G. Hime, I). B. Mur
doch, S. B. Crosby, K. de Lacy,
Dr. P. P. Osborne and wife, Mrs.
Aubie Robinson, Miss I?. Robin
son, Miss Mathew, Charles Gay
and servant, Y. Ogawa.-
Per steamer V. G. Hall Decem
ber 2. C. Jacobson, S. F. Chil
lingworth, K. Morgan, II." D.
Wishard and wife, Kwong -Tai
Jan, Gen Sao.
Please note that the store will be open every Saturday night until 9 o'clock.
Did You Know
That the Pacific end of the
Panama canal is further east than
the Atlantic end?
That Venice, Italy, and Mon
treal, Canada, are in about the
That if an express train had
started out for the planet Neptune
at the birth of Christ, and had tra
veled 60 mile an hour day and
night ever since it would not yet be
half way there?
That Cuba would reach from
New York to Chicago?
That the mouth of the Amazon
river is as near to Europe as it is
to New York?
That Texas is larger than Ger
many and as large as 212 Rhode
That when measured in degrees
of longitude, San Francisco is about
in the middle of the United States,
Herman O. Schultz, the ilana
maulu sugar-boiler was a returning
passenger on the Kinau, Wednes
TO PIKE COUNTIANS
In view of the possibility of a
successful organization of the
"Pike County Day," projected by
the Y. M. C. A. in Honolulu, we
reproduce herewith an extract trom
the Louisiana Press-Journal, a pa
per published in Louisiana, Mo.,
right in the heart ot Uld like.
If it does not create a burning de-
sire in the lier.it ot every nicer,
to hot foot it for old pike that he
might there bask in the pleasure
(?) of its incomparable climate,
then we miss our guess.
Grim Winter Knocks Out Sun
ny Summer In 18 Hours.
That wax certainly a itreat ftunt that
Old Hurras nulled oil' Saturday afternoon.
The tlirrnioiiiftcrut noon reentered no de
cree and kdj1l were sweltering in tlirir
heavy elotlnntr. A rain worm came up
ahout H p. in. and then the fun commenc
ed. Old Bureau started Iuh liellows and
tlir frigid air chnnp-d the rain to sleet and
at six o'clock Sunday morning the tlier
lnoinrter registered it above a change of
71 degrees in IS hours.
It was the coldest weather on record
for the lirst half of Xoveinlicr and the
sudden change was very hard on stock
and on apples that were lett out.
The storm raged in six states anil tin'
telegraph dispatches tell of death and
di.-t ruction in its wake.
A. R. GLAISYER, D. V. M.
Will make monthly headquarter
0 per schedule below
I- 10, 13-14 - - Lihue
II- 12 - - - Kilauea
15-17 - Kekaha
18-21 - - McBryde
22-30 - - - Makaweli
The latest Books of fiction
received by every steamer.
Don't forget we carry a full
line of Tennis and Base Ball
Wall-Nichols & Co., Ltd.
. Let iM'i !- ycrr t'.curht
cl v. i -'.i you .ifive niade up
'fi yyur , rnir.'l to purchase
p a 2ut or Overcoat. Men
j 'in cui sL:re., ol life w::id
i 1 want Ui !:c correctly
d rested v.' car
i i ! r
' Auto Talk
z v.1 .-v, t
i.mi.v mown-car manuiacturer m
America has probably tried to satis
fy ! i i 1U-.C-! f , times without number.
I a- to the precise motives which in
, s;nre the average man when he buvs
I an automobile.
Strange as it may seem the nio
tor car industry, with its stagger
ing money totals running into the
j billions of dollars, has been built
up without any scientific attempts
. to secure an adequate answer to
1 this question.
I Manufacturers and dealers alike
I ascribe to certain cars, certain qua-
I lities which they believe explain the j
I success of those cars; but no attempt i
j had ever been made to gather satis-'
j factory statistics on the subject, un- j
j til the Cadillac Motor CarCompany ;
I set about it a short time atro to
secure this information from own-1
li s of Cadillac cars throughout the
The results of this investigation j
are full of surprises and of the most
intense human interest, as indicat
ing the great variety of reasons
which inspire- the average buyer.
The Cadillac inquiry may safely'
v-jrri;:..Tr-yro ieaceepieu as representative of the
. . , trend of the public mind, and is for
that reason, of course, almost in-
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In response to the Cadillac in
qu'n y a great numbers of answers
Twenty six per cent of those who
responded said that they were im
pelled to their purchase by absence
of repair trouble and repair ex-
Twenty-one per cent replied that
tlit-v had bought the car because
they had driven the Cadillac in
I'or.iUcn per cent assigned reli
j ability ami durability as the essen
jtial which they considered first;
; while nine per cent bought be
cause ot general economv.
(Gunther's, Chicago; and our own make)
Pasteries of Every Description
ICE CREAM-all flavors
(Specially packed and shipped to all Island)
Hotel St., near Fort, Honolulu