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1SDAY DECEMBER 26. 1911
TOO MUCH CIDER
' Issued-Every Tuesday.
Entered at the post ofnce at "
Uhue, Kauai, as seconll-class
SUBSCRIPTION RATKS $2.50 PlJR
Year, Si. 50 von six months
, IN ADVANCE
'Advertising "Ratus, 50 Cents
An Inch Per Month.
f Front Page Advertising
YRates $3.00 Per Square Inch
I Each Insertion.
E. B. Bridgiater, . Editor
K. C. Hopper, Manager
1-We wish all our readers a very
happy New Year.
'Everybody w en t Christnias
' wise yesterday.
! Now that Christinas is over,
? i ...
oeuer get reauy lo turn over unit
I new leaf.
Judging from the amount of
holiday business transacted by our,
local firms, it is safe to say that
everybody must have received a
call from St. Nick.
In proportion to the number of
pages, The Garden Island car
ried more holidav
"There's a reason." Most :iny
advertiser can tell vou what it is.
A Missouri editor who was brim
ful of htvrd cider got a wedding ac
counband a sale mixed, and serv
ed to his readers this dope:
William Smith, the only son of
Mr. and Mrs. JosiahSniith, was
disposed In auction to Lucy Ander-
son on my farm, one mile east of
liere.in the presence of 70 guests,
including t h e following, to-wit: ,
Two-mules. 1 2 head of cattle. The
Rev. Jackson tied the nuptial, the
least weighing 1,250 pounds on the
hoof. The beautiful home of the
bride was tasteiully decoraled'with
a seewash calf, a spade, a sulky
rake, one feed grinder, one set dou
ble harness, almost new, and just
before the ceremony was pronoun
ced, Mendelssohn's wedding march
was played by one milch cow, five
years; one Jersey cow, to be fresh
next April? carrying a bunch of
flowers in her hand and looking
charming in a gown made of a light
spring wag'on, two boxes of apples,
two ricks of hay, one grindstone,
mouselinc dcori trimmed with about
ISO bushels of spuds. The groom
is a well-known and popular voung
man and has always stood well
among society circles of 12 Birk
sliire hogs, while the bride is an
accomplished and talented school
That diptheria is again preva
lent, quakes the article on diptheria
. appearing elsewhere in this num
ber, the more interesting.
Theglipping is from a Norwegian
pxijPand We are enabled to re
, produce it through the kindness
of one of our subssribers. It should
not only prove interesting reading,
but be of invaluable assistance in
the fight which is at present being
teacher of a splendid drove of I'ol-
i holiday advertising thanllSjjti.china pedigrees i f desired.
r paper in the Territory. Among the beauti
What a pity 'tis that the mur
derous wretches whose poor old
mother is now on her death-bed
from a broken-heart, could not
have been-allowed lo make their
exits with broken necks.
mong tlie oeautitui presents were
(two sets of knives and forks, one
spring harrow, one wheelbarrow,
one go-cart, other articles too num
erous to mention. The bridal cou
ple left yesterday on an extended
trip, term of 12 months time, ex
tended to responsible parties, other
wise spot cash luncheon will be
served at the table. Af.er this
Mr. and Mrs. Smith will go to
housekeeping in a cozy home at
the corner of Main and Doctor R.
L. Granby, auctioneer.
Sheriee Rice, possessor of a
flock of chickens numbering about
250, among which are specimens
of the finest birds ever seen in the
Territory, is having his detective
instincts tried out in an attempt lo
locate the person or persons who
did wilfully, maliciously or other
wise say that he is propogating
A movement is on foot looking
to an organization of a K. P. lodge
on Kauai. Several members who
reside in Makaweii, are interest
ing themselves in the move, from
which source comes very favorable
reports. T h e various members
who are scattered throughout the
island are being communicated
with on the subject and indica
tions are that the project .will go
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise ok the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box .VI 2 Honolulu
NEW UHUE LIBRARY BOOKS
Preventable Diseases Hutchinson
The Conquest of Consumption
Potash and Perlmutter Glass
The Iron Woman
The Safety Match Ian Hay
Her Roman Lover Frothiughani
ThUSeottutiy Lawyer Shute
Mother Careys Chickens
Kate D. Wiggins
Manager and Mrs. J. R. Myers
are home from an extended main
land trip, having arrived last Sat
urday. Immigration for the past year,
has declined thirty per cenl.
YOTS ARE NOT
BEST PAPER IE
VOf FAIL TO
GET A COPY OE
THE GARDEN ISLAND
O N REJl"KST.
N E W S V R O M
$2.50 The Year
After The Holidays
acknowledgements of Santa
Claus' favors from near and
far will be in order.
Thrum's Book & Sta
tionary Store, Honolulu, is
prepared to attend to all such
or other orders of Society,
Business or Office require
ments. Also, for home reference
use, o r mailing t o friends
abroad for its fund of . infor
mation, is the
(its the 38th. issue,) an es
pecially strong historic re
search number with current
papers of timely interest and
latest revised tables. Fully
up to its standard. Mailed to
any address for 85 cents.
Office and Pocket Diaries
for 1912. Desk Calendar Pads
for 1912. with- o r without
Out of town orders given
THOS. G. THRUM
HOW ABOUT YOUR
New Year's Gifts?
. DON'T worry about what' to give our
family or friends. Our store is just full of
sensible gifts for everp one. Give some
thing worthy while; don't waste ourmoney
on trash. Here are a few sure enough sen
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Magazine Racks v
' " Morris Chairs
Reception Chairs ,
' Library Chairs
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
185 King St., Honolulu
THE HIGH IDEALS OF 70 YEARS
TAKE DEFINITE FORM IN THE?
1911 Knox Hats
fines! we've ever asked you to look at?-,,
and that's saying a great deal.
There's not a break in the chain of sha'pes
and dimensions covering a range so wide
that no man can say: "you haven t jfus
what I wanted."
Knox soft Hats, $5.00 BEACON HTS
Knox Stiff Hats, $5.00 f('Madc by Knox)
Knox Silk Hals, $8.00 $3.50
Silvas Toggery, Lei
If you are athirst for
a real good glass of
beer, ask for
rp-to-dalc Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a: d Auto-
I Liven Business. . !'
AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE I
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA I
Leaving Lihue everv Moudav. Wednesday and I'ridav! 8
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leaving Kekalia every iuesuay, I Uursday and Saturday. a
ARRIVING AT THKIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS '
W. WEBER Manager. ' !
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
The jeer Th&f's brewed
I o quit I hcjj.i m&je
You'll pronounce it
the finest beer you
ever drank. It's
for this climate.
M BmaS Fort and Hotel St
INCLUDES THE BEST
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Honolulu B U
S TOR E
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
NEW YEAR SHOPPING
Every steamer arriving in Honolulu is bringing new
merchandise to our store. Chiffon and Net Dresses in the very
latest stvle, Evening Coats, Shirtwaists and Tailored Suits.
A handsome hand-bag is a most appropriate gift for a lady.
We have a wry 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 sis in a box at Si. 00 and S2.50 per box.
ifornia Feed Co.
0 Dealers ill
3 1! v, Bkan, Roi.i.kijB.uu.ky, b
1 t .ts, Wjikat, Miijiji.ik(;.s
j g Sole agents for 8
3 D ! ;.natio.nai. Stock and g
! Poultry Food
-hand eiubroidercd Black
Ladies stockings in lisle and silk-
Silk Stockings at $3.50 a puT. '
M deira embroidered linen centerpieces- -plate- and tumbler
doylies to .much sold in sets and separate dozens al;o in
veuise and elm.;'. Mail orders entrusted to our care will receive
prompt and carefid attention, instructions as to shipping,
mailing and markiii) f packages will be attended to in such a
way that there will 1 no disappointment
Honolulu 8 !
SA Cm SR Y GOODS CO.
The HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
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Electrical Engineers and Contractors