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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
To the Makee Sugar Company,
a corporation, and all oilier persons
NOTICE is hereby given that
whereas a certain Petition, being
Clerk's No. 617, signed by twenty
20 inhabitants of the County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii nei,
and addressed to the Hoard of Su
pervisors of the said County of
Kauai, praying to extend the Ka
paa government road on the beach
to the Makee Sugar Company's
wharf at Kealia, Kauai, by build
ing over the Kealia stream a bridge
of substantial nature, and that in
order said bridge maybe built over
and across said stream it is neces
sary that the said County of Kauai
first should have the right of own
ership to the other side of the bank
of the Kealia stream, sufficient for
abuttment, which is owned by the
Makee Sugar Company, a corpora
tion, and also praying for a hear
ing of said Petition before said
Board at a regular meeting of the
said Board, and that in the mean
time due notice of the said hear
ing of the said Petition be publish
ed by the Clerk of the said Board
in a newspaper of general circula
tion for a period of three weeks be
fore said hearing, was duly receiv
ed by said Board of Supervisors;
and whereas the said Board has by a
unanimous vote at its last regular
meeting held at its office in Lihue,
Kauai nei, on Wednesday, Decem
ber 6th., 1911, ordered that a hear
ing on said Petition shall be held
at the next regular and monthly
meeting of the said Board, which
will be held at the office of the said
uoaru in Jiuue, Kauai nei, on
Wednesday, January 3rd. 1912, at
10:00 o'clock a. m. or sooner there
after, and that the Clerk of the said
Board shall cause a three weeks'
notice of such hearing to be pub
lished in Tin-; G.vkukn Island, a
newspaper of general circulation,
printed and published at Lihue,
NOW THEREFORE, you and
all other persons interested are here
by notified that the said Board of
supervisors of the said County of
Kauai nei will hear the above nam
ed Petition at the tune and place
aforesaid and will then and there,
or otherwise, take all actions neces
sary to a proper decision on the
matter contained in the said Peti
tion and as said Board may see fit
m the premises.
Every person or persons interest
ed shall be deemed from and after
the expiration of the publication ot
uiis isotice to have notice of all
IN WITNESS WHEREOF, 1
nave Hereunto set my hand, and
caused the Seal of the County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii nei, to
De atlixeU hereto, this 6lh. day of
December, A. D. 1911, at Lihue
J. Mahiai Ka.nkakua,
County Clerk, County of Kauai
T. II. Ex-ofiieio, Clerk of Board
of Supervisors of the said County
Dec. 12, 19 and 26, 1911.
in tiik ctncMTr conrr of tiik
KUTil eiHLTIT. TEUU1TOKY
AT CHAMBEHS IX PHOBATE.
In tin.1 mutter of the Etato of Frnncico
Order of Xotice of Hearing Petition
On rending und filing the petition of
Mnnupl JHnpnzo, of Miikuweli, Kmiui
County, alleging-tlmt Fruneii-eo Itupuzu,
of Oano;iiio, District of Wsiiinea, died
intestate at naiil Oanoano on the llltli
day of Oetober A. I), lid 1 . leaving pro
perty in the Hawaiian Island lieeeiary
to he administered upon, to wit, cash, to
the amount ot SiL'-i.oU, more or less, anil
praying that letters of admistration issue
to said '.Manuel ltapozo.
It is ordered 'that Saturday the
:!rd. day of December, A. I). Hill, at
0 o'clock A. M., w and hereby is ap-
Hiinted lor hearing said jn'titioti in the
mrt mom of this court at l.ilitie, County
1' Kauai, at which time and place all
ler-oii concerneii may appear ana snow
ime, if any they have, why said peti-
in should not be granted, and that no
tice ot this order shall be published once
i week for three successive weeks in
Tin: (S.utimx Island," a newspaper
printed and published in said l.ihnc.
Dated November 17th., 11)11.
(Seal) (Signed) .l.u-oii II utnv,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
(Signed) I'mi.ir ,. llu-i:.
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the Fitth
Nov. l'S: Dec. .", 12.
The comfortable and spacious
dwelling, property of the late J. B.
Hanaike, situated near the Lihue
ourt house, is offered for lease
for a term of two years. Reason
able to responsible party. For
particulars call or address, Judge
C. S. Dole, Fairview Hotel, Lihue.
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS IN
BISHOP & COMPANY'S SAV
In according with the printed
Conditions of Agreement issued by
Bishop & Company s Savings
Bank, notice is hereby given that
the rate of interest paid on savings
deposits will be reduced from four
and one-half percent (4-l)
per annum to four per cent (47c)
per annum. This reduction will
come into effect on the first day of
(Signed; Bishop & Co
Dated at Waimea, Kauai, Septem
ber 20, 1911. Jan. 1-1912.
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King St., cur. Fort. Tel.
The following passengers arrived
on the Kiuau Wednesday morning,
Dec, 6.-- E. H. Smith, J. E. Rath,
Ben Vickers, W. D. McBryde, Paul
Schmidt, J. E. Keech, J. I. Silva
and wife, A. P. Robinson, S. Ro
binson, Judge C. S. Dole, J. L.
Peterson, Mrs. Perry, M. Andrade,
N. Akana, Miss Malilum, E. B.
Anderson and wife, Geo. W. Ma
hikoa, Mr. Kangara, Sam Kaeo.
The regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Supervisors took place
in the county building last Wed
nesday. Chairman II. D. Wishard
presided, having returned Saturday
from his five month's vacation.
The "S. S. Kinau," arrived on
her regular trip Wednesday morn-1
iug, bringing a goodly number of j
passengers and mail. '
The "S. S. Wailele" f r o in i
Honolulu, arrived at Kealia early
Wednesday morning, laden with
(.o.iKiO feel of lumber for the Kca
li.i and Kilauea Plantations. Dis
charging her cargo, she proceeded
to Nawiliwih where 200 head of
cattle were taken aboard from
whence she departed Thursday.
The " S.S. Bell of Ireland , ' ' which
for the last two weeks has been '
discharging a cargo of 4,600 tons of '
coal at Port Allen, departed Thurs-,
day morning for New Castle, j
New South Wales.
The Lurline will arrive late to-1
Lihue Union Church, Foreign
Rev. J. M. Lydgate, pastor.
Church Service II a. m. Except
the last Sunday of the inon.li.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Lihue First Church, Hawaiian
Rev. Win. Kaniau, pastor?
Church Service U a. m. Sunday
School 10 nit
Samuel Andrews, an old and I
highly respected resident of Hono-!
lulu, died last Friday nigh t. j
The Inter-Island S. S. Co. has ;
ordered a floating dry dock to be
used in Honolulu.
The harbor commissioners have
practically approved the modified
plans in the Hilo wharf matter.
The Kauai Garage has sold an
The Gladdest Season
of All the Year
Christmas is always a time of happiness and
cheeriness. Help to make the young folks happy,
and the old folks happy, and all the rest of the folks
happy; and you'll be the happiest of all yourself.
We've studied the whole problem of gift selecting care
fully. We sent to Europe for Toys; to America for staple
goods and holiday novelties. Our Mr. de Lacy has just re
turned from Honolulu where he ransacked the largest and
finest stores for the best they have in Holiday Goods. Now
the whole stock is on display and ready for your choosing.
We have kept in mind that it is not necessary for all
gifts to be expensive though we have expensive ones, too
but they must all be pleasing, attractive and USEFUL.
For the Ladies
A complete line of bits of daintiness for
the ladies including pieces of fancy needle
work, Handkerchiefs, Ribbons, Neckwear,
Jewelry, Hosiery, Fancy China, Laces,
Toilet Sets, Stationery, Fancy Jewelry
Cases, Hand Bags, Etc.
A highly seasonable line of unusually
attractive Hawaiian Jewelry will delight
any one to whom it is given, and for all
its beauty and worth, it is very moderately
Arts and Crafts
A very choice assortment of artistic
goods that are always very acceptable holi
We have a special line of Miss Furbers1
Hand Painted China.
For the Gentlemen
There are many suitable gifts, including
everything their hearts could desire.
Meerchaum Pipes, Smoking Sets in craft
work, Ash Trays in cut glass, Desk Sets
in brass, Letter Openers and Paper Shears,
Steins, Etc In wearing apperal we have
the niftiest gift in the market, in specially
prepared combination boxes, containing a
pair of sox and a tie to match.
Our Cut Glass is perfect, being absolute
ly flawless, and some of the most exquisite
pieces ever shown to our patrons.
A very choice assortment embracing
picture and painting books for the little
folks, up-to-date novels and standard books
for grown-ups. Special gift books for all.
Toys Toys Toys
Our holiday toy department is overflowing with all new
and unique holiday goods. All the various kinds and sizes
of dolls. Dressed dolls and undressed dolls, rag dolls, dolls
with big blue eyes that close when they lie down, dolls with
beautiful hair and eyelashes, character dolls, dolls with un
breakacle faces, in fact almost anything a little girl could wish
for in a dolly.
You are cordially invited to bring the children in to see
our beautiful toys.
We could give you more suggestions, and when you
come we will show you other things.
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Mrs. Dr. Putinan was a passen
ger for Honolulu Saturday'.-
tTie vKVokihana Club.
The regular meeting of the Mo
kihana Club was held on Wednes
day last. Mrs. J. M. Lydgate,
leader and Mrs. W. H. Rice, Jr. and
Mrs. II. Rohrig hostesses. It is
enthusiastically commended as one
of the very best meetings of the
year, .comprehensive and harmoni
ous in plan, and effective in rend
ering. Special recognition is due to
Mrs. A. D. Hills for her exquisite
rendering of Wagner's ' ' Elizabeth's
Prayer," and to Miss Albright for
her fine reading, "Saint Eliza
beth." The programme was as follows:
German National Hyman, Piano..
Mrs. De Bretteville
"Age of Chivalry" Reading.. . N ,
Mrs. J. M. Lydgate
Piano. .Mrs. II. Rohrig
Miss F. Albright
Wagner's Elizabeth's Prayer Solo
Mrs. A. D. Hills
Literature of the Middle Ages
Reading.. Mrs. W. H. Ricejr.
Barcarolle Solo. . Mrs. A. D. Hills
To a Water Lily Piano Miss
Fairy Queen Party.
A pretty little birthday party
was that which was presided 'over
by little Miss Helena Wolters last
Tuesday, at 2 v. m.
Miss Helena as Fairy Queen, re
ceived the invited fairies on the
spacious lanai, being assisted by a
distressingly comical clown.
Other characters who figured
among the many pleasing features
of the very exciting program,
were Santa Claus, the funny old
clown with his funnier jokes, the
fairy queen and her God-mother
the little fairies and their friends
The party was in the form of a
fairy tale and was carried out in a
most charming manner.
Following the play a beautifully
decorated table fairly groaning
under the weight of just the
things which are known to be "a
child's delight" and extending
almost the entire length of the big
lanai, became the objective point.
The fairy queen's invited guests
Misses Edith Rice, Juliet Rice,
Dora Broadbeut, Katherine Coney,
Mildred Hogg, Thelnia Hopper,
Josephine Morague, Helen Foun
tain, and Baby Coney. Masters
Harrison Rice, Paul Rice, Richard
Rice, Mortimer Lydgate, Homer
Lydgate, Percy Lydgate, George
Hogg, Alexander Hogg and Frank
& A J
llepresenlaliVc J. H, Coney.
! Representative, J. H. Coney was
I host last Friday evening at a diti-
ner to a body of Lihue's represen
! tative business men, Messrs. Major
Wooten a n d Mr. Quinn, being
guests of honor. Covers were laid
for fourteen. Table decorations con
isted of nasturtiums, prettily inter
laced with maiden hair fern, which
occupied places near each end of
the table, while nasturtiums were
also strewn promiscuously over the
table cloth. Those present were
Major Wooten, Engineer Quinn,
Hon. W. H. Rice, Hon. A.S. Wil
cox, Rev. Hans Isenberg, Super
visor H. D. Wishard, Representa
tive C. A. Rice, Manager Broad
bent, Rufus A. Spalding, Super
visor Harry Murray, Mr. A.
Cropp, E. H. Bridgewater, Man
ager Weber and J. H. Coney.
Zitr. and Mrs. IV. H. Rice, Sr.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rice Sr.,
entertained at d i n n e r Saturday
evening to Mr. and Mrs. Rufus
Spalding of Kealia. The guests
included Mr. and Mrs. Snnlrlinrr
Mrs. C. A. Rice.
Mr and Mrs
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Philip Rice, Miss
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Miss Amy Won;
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;- H, IKhing a n(iti4-,eliijjg
l' r .;-.t-of-way for bridgt- am
Hon across the ttr-unj ut Km--;'
It is of interest to wy .of
our readers, to whom wv wotffjl
commend its CHreful pviWMii,