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FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capilal $5110.000 Surplus $175,000
Cecil Brown. Pres.; M. 1
Robinson, 'ict.--irfs. ; L.
T. I'cck. Cashier.
Geo. N. WilcOX, CrOO. 1'.
Cattle, II. M. von Holt.
Kauai Acccounts Invited
Bishop & Co.
IloMiin.r. lln.o, Waimea
'l'r.iiw.u I:- a (icitt -nil Bakning
..nd Kschangc Business
O'lnnu Trial and Travelers'
Ia'.uts Hi' Credit iv-atcd avail
able in all piincipal cities of
till.' wot 111.
Intercut allowed at the rate
oi 4 1-2 per cent per annum
mi S i ings Han deposits.
Interest paid on Time De
posits at tlie following rates:
o Months ,i per cent
6 Months .1 1-2 per
cent per annum.
1 2 Months 4 per cent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions,
S e J
Stock and Bond Broker
Member Honolulu Stock and Bund
In Campbell Block
The C.AKin-N Island has a large
supply o i spelling blanks which
we are selling at live cents each.
The-t- books have a blank space in
which to write your name, class
and date. Thev have also lines at
the boUi.m for lilling in the nunr
bit nt coi reel and misspelled
word-- while on the back of each
paee. are lines upon which are to
be u I : lien all the mi --pel led words.
l':i.. up .ML.
T. E. DAVIS & CO.
in )N( H.n.r. t. h.
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C i le Stllldl'ie.-
Harm ss, Bi-
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rOr IVuUai, In lhe
M. K.meakua mi iih inber-ihip.
W. H. Rue M.-.c!....ldi-v. I.ihlle
Rev. J. A. Akina memlcr-hip.
C. 1!. Hofg-iard - C (i. I. t d.,
The Lihue Store Display
One of the most fascinating plate
on Kauai just now, is the Lihue
Store, dressed in its Christmas holi
day attire. Beautiful 9 h o w cases
filled with pretty Christmas
presents, busy clerks (but r.ot tc o
much so to be extremely polite) and
an artistically decorated Christmas
tree over which Santa Clans himsjlf
stands guard, combine to impress
one with the fact that Christinas is
The management has very
thoughtfully placed tlu display in
the most convenient manner possi
ble for his patrons. To the rigl.t
as one enters, a beautiful, exten
sive line of pictures and calendars
are prettily displayed. Directly in
the center, stands for new glass
show cases which contain an excel
lent assortment of specially select
ed Christmas goods four special
tastes. Toward the rear, and to
the left, stands a magnificent glass
show case wherein is displayed an
exquisite line of silverware, cut
glass and valuable China.
Through a door to the right, one
passes into t h e, toy departmei.t
where one of the greatest assort
ment of toys on the island is receiv
ing the scrutiny of scores of happy
Mrs. A. Klussnian, wife of Luna
Klussman of the Lihue Plantation,
returned Wednesday from a visit
among friends in Honolulu.
Hawaiian Islands Maui Is
land --X'ly side- Wailuku Coast
Spartan Reef Bell Buoy, 1, out of
position, 1200 feet to windward of
Kahului Breakwater, will be re
placed as soon as practicable.
List of Buovs, etc., 12th Sub
district, 1909, p. 13. C. & O. S.
By order of the Commission of
Lieutenant, U. S. N.,
Inspector, 19th L. H. District.
Of Course you'll
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Here's the list of Kauai's workers
in the STAR'S Great $3000 PRIZE
Miss Virginia Silva, Waimea.
Henry (i. Sheldon, Kealia.
Miss Adeline Corea, Lihue.
Miss Mabel Hastie, Eleele.
Geo. Akana, Kilauea,
I'd. D. verill, Makaweli.
Harold Morgan, Lihue.
Miss Stella Padgett, Makaweli.
Miss Ethel Ed wards, Kilauea.
Miss Meta Reidell, Hanalei.
Miss Mary Huddy. Kealia.
Miss Sato, Koloa.
Miss Stewart, Kalaheo.
Richard Oliver, Waimea.
I). K. Sheldon, Waimea.
C. Achong Ai, Lihue.
Miss Agnes Scharsch, Kealia.
II. Wilgrot, Waimea.
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A. G. Hinie, head book-keeper
for Kekaha, returned from a busi
ness trip to the city on the Kinau
It was early morn on the good
ship Kokua. C a p t a i n Swan
son, and as she rode the mighty
billows which separated her from
the Garden Island, she glided
along w ith t h e speed o f an
Atlantic greyhound. The doughty
captain was busily pacing the
bridge in a manner which at once
indicated that he had received n
premonition and that the mys
terious enveloped his thoughts.
It was plainly evident to the
passengers that he had scented
trouble and many were the sur
mises among them on that memor
able morning. "The captain may
be expecting; the Japanee fleet,"
said a military man. "Or, n
Chinee revolution," chimed i n
another, while the third who had
been deeply engrossed in a treatise
on "Small Farming," by one Star-
ret, raised his eyes until they met
the captain's gaze and noted
therein the positive doom of the
ship. "Captain" said he, "how
far is it to land?" "Heaven only
knows, my man," sighed the
captain, "and what's more the
ship's a hoo-doo. Why man, can't
you see the ship's running away?
She's making at least six knots per
hour, and if she keeps up this
speed, we're liable to land where
your vegetable seeds will suffer
from excessive heat."
1 lie captain liaa not said so
much at one time in all his forty
years on the "flag ship" and being
a very modest man felt so much
grieved at nimseit tor sucu an
outburst of prattle that for a short
time he disappeared from the
bridge. A streak of grey on the
eastern horrizon greeted his watch
ful eye when he resumed his posi
tion on the bridge and taking up
his usual "pace" he became wrapt
in a deep reminiscent mood when
finally "Ship Ahoy!" came from
the watch. The captain with the
aid of his glass discerned at some
distance to the left, a large lark
object which loomed out of the
water and gradually assumed the
appearance of a wrecked vessel,
Feeling that his premonition was
about to materialize, he pointed
his vessel full steam ahead towards
the object. "Could it be that
Hanalei wharf?" thought he.
But now the good ship had
shortened the distance so nnicli as
to allow a better view of the situa
tion. Taking another look, he
discovered a number of small red
flags fluttering in the breeze
"Yes," thought the brave captain
"it must be a wreck, else why the
flags of distress?" Those were cer
tainly trying moments for the
skipper as well as for the now-
excited crew and passengers who
had crowded about, eager to be in
on the finish.
The finish came however, sooner
than expected, for old Sol who had
apparently been awakened by th
excitinent, came quietly out of the
watery horrizon, a n d after
blink or so, smiled on the "wreck,'
which proved to be nothing less
than a large shipment of Honolulu
' 1,ow a,,out t,lc ml flats? Oh
said the captain, an investigation
proved that each had been held
by yellow fever nios luitoi. They ;
had evidently been adrift f or j
sometime and were in their death I
struggles when discovered their
distress signal." "But how did
you know thev were yellow fever
mosquitos, "asked the curious man.
"l'n.,1,l't Iv.v. ,n,,lH - n,Utnl-..
, i ,
ren leo i le cauia 11. ior one oi
them possessed a gold watch with
Curries monogram on it, another
held a photograph of Dr. Ramus'
in his deathly grasp, while another
held injunction papers. No pel
you can't fool me, they were the
; The Garden Island $2.50
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NO THI PICTURC MUST
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Ota u o par orncc
Cotoi Irdwrnioo. DrKpi. Sou' Stan.
h. Luck of Appetite. Hun l Flutlmiil. O.
and Wind on StorMth. BloMi-d l-edin.
PaiM in Stonnch iter fcjitinj, Siri Hoi
icIk. Dunnc9, Courd Tongue. Biliouuieir,
U Giiprxu. Dmu rVw, Cbjll. and Fmr,
Miluw. BtnUxme, Fevm. lirrd reclioi,
Judder Backache. Diibrra, Gravel, loa.
pieDI Brifht'l Diwue, Bladde, Traubio,
auraai, (Oirufnamm, Impure Blood. Ciurrh,
Scrofula. MeialehoU, Nervout Disorder
Slexplenoo. KraioMt Worms Cow CoO
Mipinon. Anaemic CooaSboo.
A Out Took for Wameo.
1 JD ft neW j 1 tor 1.50, I tor tS.BO
Noucc-Bro. Beniurn CoroDound. Hejbila
eootliol no tJcatel. Therefore lb HI
of wmt fjotrWo may nir diyrniy.
All Planla'ion Slocs and Dealers
Honolulu Drug Ca.
FACTS FOR TOURISTS
Distance To Points Of Interest
Spout'g Horn 13
From Waimea P
Wailua River 6
Kapaa landing 9
O to Olokele
End of Can
yon Road 4
Hanapepe fall 16
Puu Kapele 11
Prom Lihue to
Wailua Falls 4
From Hanalei to
Wainiha P. H. 7
Kilauea landing 26 Haena caves 1 1
Some Descriptive Pointers
Waimea The Canyon, won-
dei ful scenic masterpiece, easily
accessible on horseback.
The Olokele Ditch, great en
gineering feat amid cliffs and crags
of exquisite beauty, accessible by
carriage, i ne Kussian rort, on
the bluff overlooking the harbor,
an interesting relic. The Hana
pepe Falls, "Manawaioptina," at
the head of the Hanapepe canyon
carriages go half-way, thence by
easy trail on horseback. The
Barking Sands at Xohili, an in
teresting freak of nature, excellent
roads for carriage.
The Marine Drive, Boating on
the Wailua river.
The Pole-line Trail, most in
teresting ride or tramp into the
Hanalei, The most wonderful
coloring in the world. Hawaiian
scenery includes all the colors of
the rainbow, and the rainbow as
Splendid sea bathing. Driving
and riding trips to Lumahai beach
surf. Wainiha power house ami
up the canyon. THREELARGE
HAENA cavai. H nakapiai, a
most satisfactory tramp.
.Simple accommodations, b u t
'k1 UmA ,S lhc ru,tt 1,1 aH COUI,tr'
districls" ' to ' fo'd
at LiluK'' WalnKa' and """i.
I5oanl ,na-v W nt illl0
!" Village Oil Ul.Ulry.
I ikiiA Il..t.-lTViiri-!..,."W
.......v., , ..
Rite, Jr., prop. Rates, $.1. on j.erj
day. or by agreement.
Waimea.- Hay View Hotel; C.
W. Spit., prop. Rates, $3.00 per
Hanalei. Deverill's Hotel. Mrs. 1
S. Ii. Deverill, prop. Rooms for,
l.S. Rates, J.Vuo per day, $05.00
per mouth, or by agreement. j
Lihue, The Wailua Falls, up-
Automob He Batte vies
The Best Ignition Batteries on the Market
In Any Quantity
Electrical Supplies of All Kinds
Honolulu Electric Co., Ltd.
Tklki-honk 642 P. O. Box 54
HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO.
C. II. 15ROWN, Manager
.SCRAP IRON, 15RASS, COPPKR, AND
SKCOXD - IIAXI) MACHINKRY
ai.kkaiii.a St., nkak Ki.ectkic Powkk Station.
FURNITURE OF ALL, DESCRIPTIONS
Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box
Couches, Mattresses, Etc.
UPOLSTERING AND REPAIRING
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
Member Honolulu Slock and Bond Exchange
Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
WANTED--Two or three first-class
agents on Kauai.
The label that has gained the confidence of the discrimina
Fruits, Vegetables, Fish, Catsup, Sauces. Olives, Preserves,
Jellies and Sap syrup.
s & w
j HOTEL BAY VIEW
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The Commercial Man's
DICK OLIVER, Mana7er
per and lower, both repay a visit.
Kilohana, the extinct crater
splendid paranoma of plains, moun
tains and sea.
D. II. Murdock, was an arrival on
II. ' Wednesday's Kinau.
iT ;s r(..ported that deer is plenti-
j ful on Molokai this year and many
, have been shot. There are quite
I a number of dears on Kauai too,
! but the boys don't kill 'em. They
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Cor. Fort A Her. Sts., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single o r i n
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
THE BANK OF HAW1I,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New Vork Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 1-2 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Sayings
Deposits will be received up io
$2,500 in any one account.
Sakk Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year