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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, December 05, 1911, Page 6, Image 8',
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Till- GARDEN ISLAND.
Oliu'i' and pocket diaries of 58
all sics bound in cloth or
Bj k.itliir. Mail orders promptly
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Voiin llldg. Honolulu
Jl. F. MORGHN
and Real Estate
No. 857 Kaaliumanu Street
WHEN IN NEED OF
Paper Bags, Twines,
I'Ai'S ,:c l.WVi.Y CO.. l.TD.
1 cj t atiii Qi..t:l Strer-ts
GEO.' T,. GUILD, Vice Pres & Mcr
Tlii; "S. S. N'oeait," from Hono
lulu, arrived Thursday nmrni tii; ,
bringing n gciicial cargo of freight
lor the- Hanalei side. Silo also
brought a good sized foreign mail.
Several tickets were sold at Ha-,
nalei for tin- Ilaeiia concert which
was given Saturday night by the
Il.un.i School for the benefit of
the basket ball team.
Mr. and Mrs. Mcncfoglio and
Mr. Giacouicttc from Wainiha, vi
sited Hie Makees Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Cravincr, took 'the
Xoeau last week for Honolulu.'
Mr. Gray nier was hcad-luna for the,
Mrs. White of Kilauea, c a m e
over Sunday and took her mother, '
i Mrs. Ridel, home with her to visit
a few days with Mrs. While's
Chew Wai is building a new tai- i
lor shop not far from Mr. Werner's.
Whi n the building is completed he j
is going to have a dressmaker come
from Honolulu to help with the'
Mr. and Mrs. Clapper of Kcalin,
. i i . . , i t . i
were guests oi me neverm noici
from Friday to Sunday afternoon.
Tin- Hag has been waving; several
times over tin- Hanalei court house
duting the past week. The case
tried Saturday was for larcciiv.
Mr. lirodie. Supervising; Princi
pal of Kauai, spent Monday, De
cember 4, w ith the Hanalei School.
Owing to the had condition of the
roads, he was unable to go farther
in his automobile, so he procured
I a horse and buggy for the trip next
i dav to I laena.
Chinas Throne in Slate
The latest advices from China
tell of the complete abdication of
the throne, the power of authority
being placed in the keeping of two
nobles who were nominated by
the general assemblv.
That the Prince Regent has been
provided for, is indicated by the
annual pension which has been
allowed him, amounting to $.1.2,650
per annum .
The "S. S. Ilonoluluan." will
arrive in 1'ort Allen the latter part
of this week.
Kor some time the people of Ha
nalei have been planning for a new
church, to he erected near the
old one. Last week t h e Noeau
brought the first consignment of
lumber for the new building.
After the new church, the tiext
thing in order will be the much
needed wharf at Hanalei. When
the last shipment of rice was made,
not more than ten hags of rice could
be carried at one time in the small
boats, as the sea was running high
on the beach and the boats had to
come into the river over' the sand
On Friday, December, 1, a party
of teachers, Miss May Akeo, Miss
Amy Wong, Miss Alice Harper, all
of the Kapaa School, and Miss
Stuart of the Kalalieo School, start
ed on an excursion around the is
lam! in an automobile. As they
passed through Hanalei they called
on Mrs. Ahi and Mrs. Xewmen,
and visited the school house and
grounds. In the afternoon they
went to see the I laena caves.
Four years with W. Aliana.
Honolulu, is now located at
Garments cleaned and pressed
I, ate--; prevailing fashions.
T: :' ..l ite S. S. SI KUR , in.
'mi ' ion- ! : -p!.i'''-iiK a ! . msil... from
Honolulu I Member .'7 . Jan. 1 7 1"
U. Fir-.: el. in-, single to San Fran
cisco. $i5; round trip, SI lo.
C. Brewer 6k Co. Lt
BODYS YLES AND PRICES
Roadster, two pnstenger, 25 gal,
Roadster, three passenger, tingle
rumuic Seat, $1000
Roadster, four passenger, double
rumble Seat, $1025
Wheel Base - ion inches.
Tires 32 x 3 1-2 inches, front and rear.
Weight lsoo pounds.
Motor Renault type, 4-cylinder, cast en bloc,
3 3-4-inch lxre and 4 1 -2-inch stroke.
Transmission Selective sliding gear type.
Three speeds forward and reverse.
Fan Back of Radiator Cooling System- Forced
circulation splash system, vertical tube
radiator, centrifugal water pump.
Axles Semi-floating rear? I-I5eam front.
Springs Semi and three-quarter elliptic front
and rear respectively.
Gasoline Capacity Ten gallons
Water Capacity Four gallons.
Control - Strictly standard and internal; secured
to rear wheels.
Clutch--Leather-faced cone with slip springs
Bearings-Front wheels; large size, ball type.
Rear wheels; roller, with ball thrusts.
Frame Pressed steel; best open hearth stock;
drop sub-frame, to which transmission and
motor are secured.
Radiator-ICxtra large;. vertical tubes; horizon
tal fins; verv efficient.
Dash -Rich mahogany, with coil box to match.
Protected on edges with brass moulding,
channeled out to the fit over edges of the
woodwork, providing protection from the
Equipment Two gas head lights; generator;
two side oil lamps; tail lamps; horn; full set
of tools and jack.
Runabout Price $1000 F. O. H. Detroit.
Price J1350 F. O. H. Ilonolulu.with top,
glass front and Pres O. Lite tank.
Touring Car Price $1600 F. O. 1$. Honolulu
including top, glass front and Pres O. Lite
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.,
Frank E. Howes, Manager
1 " " " " "
I I ! . s
Here and There
The sygWv ur Iine of
i It smart new Regal
T 11 si Tt ' Shoe styles has won a
X Cll " II k s 'ot f praise among the
f 1 ZlJS. J Jh best-dressed men in
or the i""JJ 'own,- 7,hese ncw
m AiFMr Kegal models are smarter
Tnwn 1 1 jdr lIl.an ever' and they sllow
A Villi i d JjT cenuine custom sfvle in evertj
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-'
sizes, insuring you an exact fit and perfect comfort.
REGAL SHOE STORE ;
Paul Schmidt, one of Ilackfeld's
popular traveling men. came up
M. Andra.de, with Silva's Tog
gery, is making his regular call on
the Kauaian merchants.
A. P. Robinson, returned from
1 1 onol ul u Wed n tsday .
Supervisor W. D. Mclirvde, was
a Wednesday arrival from Hono
lulu when he had been on a brief
business trip. !
Judge C. S. Dole, who had made;
a trip to Honolulu chiefly for the I
purpose of greeting his uncle and j
aunt on their return from abroad, 1
returned on the Kinau. I
County Attorney Sam Kaeo, is
back from Honolulu, having been!
down on business connected county !
affairs in general.
Miss Mahlum, was an arriving
passenger on Wednesday's boat. j
Hon. J. W. Sheldon of Waimea, j
was a county seat visitor last Thurs
M. Jardin, book-keeper for thej
Fkele Store, was here Thursday
appearing as plaintiff in a civil
cise before Judge Hardy's court.;
Supervising Principal H. II !
Urodie, spent last week among the ,
schools of Lihue and the Hanalei;
Both Lihue and Hanamaului
Plantations began grinding last
week, the former on Fridav, the
latter on Thursday.
Gunther's celebrated Chicago j
Candies. Home-made Chocolates'
and Candies. Wholesale and re
tail. Palm Cafe, 116 So. Hotel St. '
Telephone 2011. Honolulu. !
Advices from Manila are to the
effect that the Moros are again on
the war-path, a clash having oc
curred between the government
troops and the Moros on the 16th.
inst. which resulted in the death 1
of twenty Moros. It is thought;
that the up-rising will be easily'
New Stenciled Articles
Artistic in Designs Low in Price
Cushion covers, Curtains, Laundry bags,
Shoe bags, Wor bags, Table Covers, Belts,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL MAILORDERS
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop
WAI M FA
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone Xo. 102.
Branch Wahiawa, Telephone Xo. 7.
McChesney Coffee Co.
16 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU
EYKRY Yl'.AU. we iu:d;e a special effort
to have the laruot and most attractive
display of suitable j-.ifts for Christinas Holiday
trade mi Kauai .
Til!- vcar we il iv.' s'l far. Mirp.i-.-cd all
pi " iu- efioi t- in thi -. n - p -ci an.! . an bo ist of
t In- L're-iti-st ( illt -i lion of Chi i--t mas j;""-l ever
olt lul P. tin publie.
YVhv. M. -s the ;:irl- and boys, old Santa'
l;o.ii- i ri;.. lil in our store. Ili .ti;- the children
in am! let tin in e,. t aeuainti w.th the ood
oM -.(.nl. He lo i s tlii-ni all. and ha- ever -thin.
their -liar Utile hearts' i'.imic.
sugar :cys. MAKAWELI STORE
; JelTcrson City Mo. Nov., 13. At
the meeting here to-day of the
State Anti-tuberculosis association
it was decided to attempt to raise
Sloo.i ion or more to carry on its
work in Missouri next year. The
association now owes about $100.
Governor Hadley in an address
before the meeting said that money
is needed for dointf effective work.
Dr. '.. W. Schauflk-r, chairman
of the board of managers of the
state tuberculosis sanitarium, said
I that with $1,''I0 appropriated by
the legislature last winter for edu
cational work Upon the subject of
tuberculosis a booklet has been
placed in the hands of every school
teacher in Missouri and that leaflets
would be tfivcti to every child,
Coffee Roasters Exclusively
LTD 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
Dr. Ferd Good fellow of Pierre,
S. D., writes to the Hawaii Pro
motion Committee under date of
Noveinlier 11 in part as follows:
"We have just passed through a
pretty stiff storm and I am hunker
ing for Hawaii. I shall certainly
return to your paradise before many
moons. Send nie a bitf supply of
folders. A number of my friends
and neighbors are getting very
ini-cli interested in Hawaii." Bfi.-u;tin.
1119 Fort Street, Honolulu
Has a fine line of Cut Glass.
Hawaiian Scenes painted on China
Always Popular Prices
THe Garden Island $2.50
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