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THE GARDEN ISLAND
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY DECEMl'.EK 5. I'M 1 ,
IsSlled l'A TiRmI.IV.
KliUTi.il ;it the poM cilice ;it
Liliue, Kauai as second-class
SriiMjKM'TiMN Kati-s 5J.50 Vkm
Yl'K, l .5i It K SIX MONTHS
Anvi-KTisixc, Katks. . 5" Cknts
An I ni. n li k Month .
Front Page Advertising
Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch
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tli:il i t" the inillio.l by uhini I In
wml.l - t.i kiin'w Unit ii U'l'ihiUe iriii'li ii
"il l:ii::ii i att ail ill:.' m ! i h i me's ilr e!i 'p
inu Ii it ii !. the tutiliv will Ik- far
distant wln n the (ran lei i will I 1' i 1 1 with
it 1 1 t liine hut lantaiia.
.Iitiluii.it li-' in a''rarann' the in-t In 1
I'nll.iMc.l iii 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 i 1 1 if the Kapaa land
I n ii i it i Ihf .--h. Tli'-t ft i 1 1 1 fur ilN
rri'tlil ini: h"iii.'-lt a'liii:r an.l l'nivr:iliiitr n
ii'i iirr.i In II Ill i'li'a lhal in'thint;
hut hi t .i .it ;il an.l mt iff la'mi' fan t tfi'
. l- I. I ni. j l!iin- in Ihf Tfiiil.ir nf
llauaii. I.M-niiii; Hull. I'm. IV-.-. s. I '' .
Now comes the public works
'department with a n a l which
- - 'strictly belongs to the Kauai paper
l'.IUTOK ( the lla'.ialei wharf tender) ami
M nac.i:k passes it up to the Bulletin which
smiles ami forgets the fit it threw
It is '-.ml that most everybody
ti t in!! on Tlunk-.c;i -in;.; ye
I two years sicjo. w hen the Kauai
paper was only getting that to
which it was rightfully entitled.
! "Oh. what a difference!"
'I I- ... I. riiil thf a ii i ''!f uif an j
Ii'!. I'M Hi.t.al-.- i tin- .lay il i- V. '1'.. i
! In i i . I .1 . i . . an.l tin- in s I - 'Iih 1 hi n.
i i -i . - I a 'i i ii r Main): in lai-' :n;i!l
Kauai believes ill appropriate
ness, lliel i. l'ol e the 'people1 ll e 1' e
w rile it " M
Mli. Campbell to the Evening
Bulletin Manager: "Docs your
paper circulate so far as the island
( mud i Stan ell .
,S' it. I.W.iSM .
uoc-- uvu eiitl
k n o w ii as Kauai?' '
On The "Sometimes," replied
Stage the manager, "but
w hat if it does?' '
"Well, it amounts to this:" says
Campbell. "I have here a notice
to publish. calling for bids on the
construction of a wharf at a little
place called llanalei, and as it is a
document which has taxed in y
skill for nearly a year, duringpart of
- ' which time my office staff lias also
Xo that the McNamaras have devoted hours of its valuable time,
confessed tji the taking of life in : and as ii. has caused me no little
cold-blooded" ninnlcr. let Us hope .n );m-;l,,smelit for the inhabitants
the numeioiis 1 a bur oryani.a- . , . , ...
, ,, , , . ' ,i . ot that is ami are entire v too m-
luib thr.iiiKhout the cotinlrv that
did so much t. prove life murder-! 'I 11 i s i I i v e, I am particularly
ci s innocent, w ill c mp!u like en- , anxious to give it as a little further
r.cv: in providing tor the orphans. t publicity as possible on the Gar-
sa s an excliance
the need to toil."
This, is a s.ul blow to ib as we
wclc 1 lull i;; to I eel leal "social"
ourselves, but if it is not going to
put Us on "casv street," we'll be-;
dm.-', -busted it we'll ride the goal.
Ulil'iWs, (lepellilelll mother
w hich their dastardly work siiulf
llll I .1. .. I 1 1
i t till I SI I I I .
1 the score or more lives!
J a N. I '.bbcrhardt of Paris
ArkaoiKis, is being criticised be
cause he has the following printed
on his envelope return card:
"We will ii"! hi-lii-Vf MfN'.iinaia jruilty
even if fiill iftfil."
'This reminds us very forcibly of
the story of the man w ho died and
had been hurried during the absence
of a friend, who upon being told
of his friends burial exclaimed.
"What, is he dead.-1"
You certainly display excellent
judgments" said the Bulletin man,
"in selecting our advertising me
dium, as at present we are not con
ducting one of our famous contests
and therefore the chance of any
one on Kauai reading the ad. in
the Bulletin is extremely small."
will soon be here. Look now to your din
ing room wants. Our extensive line of
dining room furniture will certainly appeal
to your artistic tasle.
Here you will find the very latest designs
in Golden Oak, Early English, Fumed
Oak and Mahogany, in suites and odd pieces.
Dining Room Chaies
In wood, cane and upholstered seats, 51.60 to $15.00 each.
Round and square tops, five-leg and pedestal styles, $7.50
Buffets and China Closets
$25.i0 to $135.00.
INSURE YOUR TABLE
from injury by heat and moisture by using a
Peerless Asbestos Table Mat
II. M.I. ihf . 1 1 1 1 1 1 "llifi.ll- Wulllil Ol-
tiifrali- wilh iiij ili iaiiiiifiil liUe the
Shfi-iH tif kailui. illicit stills would mmc
easily hi- ilisoiw red. Coll.rtiir (Aittrvll.
The difference in the article re-
I cently published in the Bulletin
u-i, , i . -, ii i I concerning Kauai's officials and
hat d 'jes it all mean when
l . .1 i .- . their duties relative to blind pigs
latt intimates that the election of .
etc., ami uie statement ol Collector
a republican president next year is
not altogether a
What Does certainly, and
ll Ail Mean suggests a p o s
siinlitx of a new
ttu eminent , and such a noted
democrat as Win. Jennings Bryan
using the folowing words: "Al
though prospects for a democratic
victory in the next national elec
tion are bright, I have seen them
brighter. It the republicans must
elect a inesident 1 want to see
them elei t a progressive," such a
mail a s I. a l-'ollette. 'If I (Vile
right situ- tin- democrats would
ckcttllei; .nitiiii.ite for plesillellt
tin- lit-Nl t;i!K, I would not care
about the republican candidate."
So ii stems that Mr. Bi van is
llllcel lain about the election of a
democratic president, while Mr.
I a I l is i , iti.iiiy
whetht. rail pubii
I I i .
Cotlrell, lies in the fact that the
latter knows whereof he speaks
while the Bulletin doesn't.
ui will In
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til' I'.ull' I 111 t .died t ll c Public
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The Holiday supply o f
Books, Fine leather (Joods,
Xnuis Bapeteries, Diaries and
Calendars, "Character" Dress
ed Kid, Unbreakable, Baby,
Jointed, "Campbell Kid" ami
other Dolls and Doll sundries,
Toys, Games and Blocks in
variety, Choice Xmas anil
New Year Cards including
Aloha season Greetings (to
mail abroad ) ami oilier local
pioducts, with lots of other
good tilings are to hand at
Thrum's Santa Claus
Ul.'ALlTV not quantity be
ing the feature ot the above
supply insures confidence, and
suggests I h e ilc-s.ii ability of
eal'K selections o r orders
w Inch w ill ha e prompt al -ten
t i. ni .
Uidcrs listed f,,r the com
ing 1 1.i w .ii i.in A i.iiu.il , a spe
ci.db sin.ng hi-.toiic nuiuber,
to issue about Dec. 16. Mail
ed to am address .Sscts.
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Table Mats, Favorite Grade.
45 in. round $4.50
4.S in. round 5.00
54 in. round 5.5
bo in. round 6.50
Luncheon Mats, Round or Oval
5 in. 5 cts. each
61 j in. 10 cts. each
8! 2 in. 15 cts. each
10 in. 20 cts. each
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
J. HOPP & CO., Ld.
185 King St, Honolulu
If you are athirst for
a real good glass of
beer, ask for
The J5eer Thai's brewed
iuquit me vnmeje
You'll pronounce it
the finest beer you
ever drank. It's
for this climate.
Kvery steamer arriving in Honolulu is bringing new
merchandise to our store. Chiffon and Net Dresses in the very
laid stle, livening Coats, Shirtwaists and Tailored Suits.
A handsome hand-bag is a most appropriate gift for a lady.
We have a very choice selection to offer Beaded bags, Irish
Crochet, Velvet and Leather bags in the latest styles.
Pure Irish Linen soft bleached and hand-embroidered
initials six in a box at $2.00 and $2.50 per box.
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 Hats, $5.00 BEACON HATS
Knox Stiff Hats, $5.00 (Made by Knox)
Knox Silk Hats, $8.00 $3.50
Silva's Toggery, Ld.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable ai d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. 0. Box 48
INCLUDES THE BEST
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotml Stt.
Alexander Young Hotel Laundry
We do first class work on all dry clean
ing and fancy dresses. Give us a trial.
OFFICE TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
hand embroidered Black
Ladies stockings in lisle and silk-
Silk Stockings at 3.5i a i.tir.
Madeira embroidered linen centerpieces plate and tumbler
do lies to match sold in sets and separate doens 'also in
en;se ami eluny. Mail orders entrusted to our care will receive
prompt and careful attention. Instructions as to shipping,
mailing and marking of packages will be attended to in such a
way that there will be no disappointment.
j SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
The HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
WESTINGHOUSE ELECTRIC A
MANUFACTURING CO., LTD.
PELTON WATER WHEEL CO.
Electrical Supplies and Repairs of All
Kinds are Handled.
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