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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS IN 1
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-!'2)
per annum to four per cent (4)
per annum. This reduction will
come into effect on the first day of
(Signed) Bishop & Co.
Dated at Waimea, Kauai, Septem
ber 20. 1911. Ian. 1-1912.
IN TIIK CllUTIT I'oritT OK Till'.
FIFTH CllUTIT, TKHMTORY
AT CHAMHF.IIS IN PllOUATF..
In tin- matter uf tin- E-tuU' of Kmiiaku
Kaukmi, of Waiinoa Kauai, Diwiwd,
NOTU'K TO CREDITORS.
Notiiv i" hi'rvliy jtivi'ii that lA'tti'rs of
Adiniiiir-triition liavi- lurn ismi'il to T.
llraiult of Wiiiiiien, Kauai, m AilmiiiiH
trator of tin- ltatf of Kamaka Kaukau,
lati' of said Waiim-a. Kauai, Territory of
All creditors of the said Ktuteure here
by notified to present their ehiim uuuiiist
the saiil Estate, dulv uutlieiitii'iiteii, and
prnjier vouchers, it any exinte, even
though the said elainn Ik- secured hy
niortgajji1 upon real estate, to the said T.
ISrandt at Waimea a fonvaid, within six
luollths from the date here or otherwise
such I'lainis, if any. will Ik forever har
red. And all ier"onu indehted to the said
Estate are hereby notified to make im
mediate payment to the undersigned as
such Administrator at Waimea afore
said. Dated at Lihue, Kauai, January lL'tlt.,
January, 2, 0, 1(1, 2:1, 30.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
In the matter of the Estate of Francisco
The undersigned havinp been duly
appointed Administrator of the Ectate
oi Francisco Ilapozn, decqased, hereby
pives notice t o all creditors of said
decedent to present their claims', duly
authenticated and with proper vouchers
if any exist to the undersigned, at his
residence in Makaweli, Kauai, within
six months from the date of the first
publication of this notice or the same
will be forever barred.
Administrator of the Estate of Francisco
Dec. 20. Jan. 2. !) and Hi.
The comfortable and spacious
dwelling, property of the late I. B.
Hanaike, situated near the Lihue
court 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, Kairview Hotel, Lihue.
(1 'HOME 2
HEAD ( )KKI('K 1 1 ONOLC l.l'
I'atronize Home Industry Tel. :i,V.M)
Lihue Union Church, Foreign
Rev. J. M. Lydgate, pastor.
Church Service II a. m. Except
the last Sunday of the month.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Lihue First Church, Hawaiian
Rev. Wm. Kamau, pastor.
Church Service 11 a. m. Sunday
School 10 a. m.
A FEW OF THOSE COMING TO KAUAI
Per S. S. W. G. Hall, Dec. 29
Miss Grace Chang, Miss Annie
Ching, Miss Amy Wong, Misses
Huddy, Miss Ayer, Miss Roscoe,
Mjss Wells, Miss Carlotta Stewart,
Miss Akco, Miss Harper, Paul O.
Schmidt, P. Morton, Ernest Ching,
Miss Haffly. Miss Laube Mr.
Huggermanu, Mrs. Ahi and Ah
Fritz Deiuert of Maui, who has
been the guest of his parents here
during t h e holidays, returned
An American who recently pas-1
sed his chauffeur's examination in
Germany spent three days in the:
motor-testing department of the
factory in which t h e machine I
was made, although as a rule cus-1
tomers spend from ten days to two
weeks in such establishments to
qualify. He spend the fourth day
in the department where the mo
tors were attached to their chassis. ;
The fifth and sixth days were
spend in. learning to steer in an,
automobile supplied by the factory
under the guidance of a factorv ,
The seventh day he was ready
to take his examination, and a pa
per was made out by the factory I
and sworn to before the local po
lice authorities in which it was
stated that the person in question
had spent a week i n the factory
and that he was capable of running
a certain type of machine.
This paper, together with the
applicant's birth certificate, photo
graph and certificate from one of ,
the doctors appointed by the State
saying that the sight and hearing j
were normal, were all handed tn
the police in the town where lie j
desired to be examined, with an
application to the police that the
uecessarv steps for his examina
tion be proceeded with. These
papers were all sent to the exami
ing engineer, who thereupon nam
ed a time for the examination to
The route chosen for the trip is
usually through the hilliest part of
the .surrounding country. After
an hour's drive, during which the
examiner asks no question, the
machine is stopped on a fairly nar
row road by the applicant, who is
then required to show how skillful
ly he can turn the machine around.
A halt is made here, the hood of
the car is raised and he is required
to name each part of the motor in
German, of course and describe
its working; how the breaks work
and act; how the power is trans
mitted to the rear axle; how the
machinery is oiled; how much oil
is used, and how full the tires are
pumped, etc. Questions are also
asked about the police regulations,
regarding lighting, speed laws and
The journey is then continued
back to town, where an hour is
spent driving first through thenar
rovvest streets and then along the
busiest streets, where electric cars
are running. If the examination
is passed satisfactory the examiner
informs the police of the fact and
the pa pcr.- are then sent to the po
lice department in Berlin, where
they are carefully examined and if
satisfactory and the applicant's re
cord is shown to be clean, return
ed within ten days. Upon receipt
of the papers the police make out
the necessary permit and stamp it
on one side. On the other side
the applicant's photograph is at
tached and he is required to sign
his name under the same. The i
cost of the permit is Si. 19 and of
the examination, S3. 57.
The Kauai Garage has sold a
Maxwell to County Engineer M.
1911 died without a. struts k
1912 came iir with Sunny Sinvw
Friday's Hall .'ad the appear
ance of a school jAwi's exclusion
That teacher's meeting 'i-'iWvt'
ought to be a hummer.
The numerous friends of Mrs
Palmer, will regret to learn that
she is suffering from a relajnx.' ul
her recent illness.
Misses Ayer, Rosco and Wells'
of the Lihue School were arrivals
from Honolulu Friday, where tin
had been enjoying tiie r Chris-tm
Misses Amy Wong, Alice Harp
er, Mary Ann Huddy and Miss
Akeo of the Kapaa School, returned
from Honolulu on the W. G. Hall
last Friday, j
KAUAI WILL BE NEXT
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
(Tpo. A. Bertram and H. L. White. Proprietors.
General machine, Automobile and gas
engine repairs, auto supplies,
AGENTS FOR ACETELINE GAS LIGHTING CO.
' We Are equipped with the very highest grade
American machine tools and our facilities for the
handling of automobile repair work are
Our efforts are to please our patrons, and a
trial will prove to you how easily it is done.
j' WE DELIVER THE GOODS j
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Tel. 32 W. WAIMEA, KAUAI. P..O. Box K.
Organizer L. W. Long, who comes to Kauai shortly to organize
branch of the Moose Order,
LATEST IN FASHION
Kid gloves on the place order
and unusually white are worn with
any evening costume.
tt & &
When the hair of the wee girl be
gins to get long and curly the
young mother wants it tied up in
a big bow. When selecting these
choose a delicate shade and one
which is becoming or it will de
tract instead of adding to babies
appearance. Boys' hair should
never be tied.
Some of the prettiest note paper
has a very norrovv border of blue,
pink, gray, lavender or red and
one initial at shade of the border.
Correspondence cards also are llius I
bordered and are very pretty. i
The neckwear department stores'
siui cuspiay tne mgn siock, me
high turn-down collar of ptajn or
embroidered linen, the soft outins;
collar with its jeweled safetv pin,
but all these old favorites are fairly
submerged in the flood of low
turn-down collars, stiff and solt,
Eor the most part, however, these
low collars are made in soft mate
rials, the stiff variety being the
regular Eton, and the Eton with,
long points in front.
The Kauai Garage is treating1
its machinery with a coating of
alluminuin which lends attractive
ness to the Tshop.
Mrs, B. B. Devcrill, wits hostess
at a New Year's dinner parly,
Mr. and Mrs. J. H Coney enter
tained a few friends at a New
Year's Poi luncheon.
Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn gave a
New Year's Eve dinner to a num
ber of guests from Hanalei.
The New Year's dance at Maka
weli given under tfie auspices of
the newl3' organized Ilimsi Club, is
reported to have been a huge suo
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Makee were
hosts at a New Year's luncheon to
to Mr. and Mrs. Menefoglio, Mr.
and Mrs. McKenzie and Mr. and
Manager and Mrs. Myers of Ki-
lauea, entertained their Kilauea
a n d Hanalti i-jends a t a New
Year's Eve dinner aW .cards, the
quests remaining to see t li e ,,V,1
yenf out and to welcome the New
Mrs. Charles Rice
Last Wednesday at one o'clock
Mrs,, Charles Rice was a charming
hostess at a luncheon to the Lihue
ladies. Table decorations were
hibiscus tastefully arranged. The
guests were Mrs. W. II. Rice, Sr.,
Mrs. W. H. Rice, Jr., Mrs. Lyd
gate, Mrs. Christ, Miss Albright,
Miss Mumford and Miss Craudall,
the house guest of Miss Mumford.
Temple of Fashion
The House With A Reputation For Squareness
E thank our patrons for their Valued
support during 1911, and rish them
each and all a ver) Happy Neu) Year.
J. I. SI LVA
Eleel e ,
in Wearing apparel
and the laiest thing
M Mclnerny, Ltd.
THE KOREAN CHURCH THIMBLE TEA PARTY
Hanalei Baseball Team which h making preparations for the
Rig League Series this season. It will hp Itnnl to bvati
Rev. C. H. Lim, jnimVer t (the
Lihue Korean Church, to a report
er to-day, expressed his apprecia
tion for the geuerousity of those
who so kindly contributed toward
the Christmas tree fund for his
little flock. With the monies re
ceived , Rev. Lim was enabled to
purchase clothes for the poor, sup
pi y th ree hundred packages of can
d , and present a number of bibles
ti Christinas presents, all for which
jy evnressed himself as extremely
William Fisher, formerly stme
ktcper at Makaweli and at Lihue,
who left Hftvvpjj on accou'nt of his
i health, is now doing dl )n bunfr
, nessat Gunnison, Colorado, James
j Steincr lias received a letter from
An Winamp,) ,
the thimble tea party giyen by Mrs!
H,C. Brovyn Wednesday. Tle invit
ed jjtit'fits included n,B jB(BS ff0J'
various othei PttcM, rt) pf W,M, .
l e n i a delightful afternoon.
Mrs. Brown is a charm i
and entertained to the following
Mrs. T. Brandt, Mrs.C.B. Hof
Kaard, Miss Gertrude Hofgaard,
Mrs. H. II. Brodie. Mrs T? ri,.
kt!t' in?' yjiittiuRtoii.Miss Whit
Huir'ton. Mri' S'f.h ' i
Alexander. ' " w l U
11, ? Zerbe, a student at the ( t
lo.caJ syjrele sfatjon jms resigped 2
and leaves for Hp0Ji,u afr--