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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, January 09, 1912, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
Manfacturers of High Grade Billiard and Pocket-Billiard Tables
Complete Lines of
Always on Hand
A thoroughly equipped repair department
and competent workmen enables us to
make repairs to tables at any time and
promptly. We recushion and recover.
Cues balls, chalk etc., shipped by re
turn steamer. No longer a necessity to
send to the mainland.
W. O. FRANKLIN, Manager.
71 QUEEN STREET,
Tiled and Oak
Opal Glass Interior
Work on the new church is mov
ing right along. The fouiuhition
is laid, and preparations are be
ing made for raising the frame.
The Misses l-'lorence and Annie
Deverill were guests of Mr. and
After the opening exercises tin
junior division of the Ilaeiia J-'un-
day School took its place on tin.
i rostrum, and, under the direction
jof Mrs. McKenzie, entertained the
audience with choice musical selec
tions, and a beautiful story of the
Christ child. This story had been
translated into Hawaiian by Mrs.
McKenzie and was sting for the
benefit of those who did not under
stand the English. Their closing
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TRADE MARK REGISTERED
Indicate ll st(v
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Trv a pair ami pmu' wliai w 1 mt -ilI.
in -izi- ' 1 1 ' i II,
100 MEN WANTED
On tin' Nhtinl nf Kauai, t" m ar The Leader Clothins. V m'!I tin- .
Inti'-t iip-ln-ilati' n I- at
(i." per mil or oven f nit priri'.- I'imiii $10 to
Mail mli' iv promptly atli'inli il tn.
Wanted paitii'- In M'ii a. ul ivpiv-onl mir
ii'.i-uiialili' price-. A it I -ai' ymi I'rmii I t.
.M.,. I- mi tin isiaml of Kauai .
S THE LEADER
Four Stkkkt, m an lii-.;; i i a:-ia
bftSQ) stuff e Aaaa mrszo attars o tasaKsn r. aanfjxt czrwims f.'r-"
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
V. V. N'KWKLL, Manager.
Kapioloni Building, Honolulu.
Our shop employes only skilled workmen, is supplied with
every modern appliance and is ti; oniv up-to-date vulcanizing
plant in the Islands.
Our RETREADING is done by experienced men from repu
All We Ask Is A Trial
Kauai Orders Solicited
For the SOCCER Football Season juM.
have just received a full liii'- f
coinmeiuMi,' , we
Mrs. Myer and Mrs. Chamberlain
of Kilauea during the New Year song, composed by Mrs. McKenzie,
festivities. , gave local coloring, which added
Mr. W. V. Hardy, of the U. S. much to the interest of the exer
Geographical Survey came over to , cises.
Hanalci last week to arrange for J The next part of the program
placing stations in all the streams was that carried out by the child
tor measuring water. After put-1 ren of the Waioli Sunday School,
ting two stations in the Hanalei 1 Their recitations and exquisite
river, he went to Wainiha and Ki- singing bore witness to the careful
lauea to begin the same work there, i training of their teacher and lead
Samuel Werner, left Hanalei er, Mrs. Ahi.
Tuesday for Honolulu, where lie) Then followed musical selections
will attend the Kainehaineha i and model lessons rendered by the
School for Hoys. Samuel will be different Sunday Schools present,
sadly missed for he is not only un- including special music by tin Ha
usually talented and a boy of good ' nalei choir, all of which was high
moral, but he is a general favorite ! ly enjoyed by the audience,
of all who know him. He is for-! A pleasing feature of the pio
tunate in having this opportunity gram was the bestowal of IJibles
for securing fin all around practical 1 an d beautifully decorated scrip-edue-ition,
and he has the good ' ture cards by Mrs. Ahi upon the
u ish. s nf both teachers and friends members of her class who had
duriny his most important period been faithful in attendance at Sun
of the i -.iltivapoii and development ' day School and Christian liudea
of hi-. gra matter. ;vor. The presentation of the gifts
"It ueer rains but it pours." jand appropriate remarks were
In nine mysterious way, during i made by Mr. Werner,
tin' festivities of Christmas week,) After all the schools had per
the horses made their way into the formed their part, the exercises
school garden. They were likeiwere closed with interesting and
plagues of Kgypt, what the cows timely speeches by Judge Huddy
had left tlu-horses destroyed. They and Mr. I.ota on the work of the
ale and trampled down the lettuce ( various Sunday Schools,
ami the beds, devoured the turnips, i Now the Hawaiians do not be
am! pulled up the radishes .uid ate lieve " neglecting their physical
the tops thereof. j well-being while ministering to the '
Hanalei came out in a beautiful Wi,llts ,jf llu-' iu"tr "a"i while'
festive dress on New Year's dav. this spiritual feast of good things
Japanese Hags were floating from 1 vvas beiK -'"joyed another feast;
munerous houses, and groups of was in preparation in the form of,
Japanese children and grown tips :m i"iiciisc pig roasting under-!
m their national costumes were rouml in lrllti Hawaiian style.
'11. . 1... - 1 !
wend, ng their wav to the Japanese, 4 " l" c"iKrcBauon was cus
School. which was the central , ""sseel, tables were spread in the
place of t h e i r festivities. The church- all(l tht whole conipanv
building was uniquely decorated 1 Irtook together in Christian fel
with (lowers and evergreens, uleil"wship of a generous feast of
entrance was draped with the Stars ronst lK and l,oi
and Stripes and a Japanese flag, ' Hverything went off quietly, and
while in front of the school waved tnie Christian spirit prevaded
a large Jtipauese flag. , the wllole assembly. One was re-
. . ... 1 minded of the feasts of God's
Mr. and Mrs. Sanborn entertain , . , ...
people in eariy ciays, wneu me
Guaranteed for Six Months
Six Pair to the Box
Ladies' Lisle, in black, white and tan,'$3'.00 box
Children's Ribbed, black only, S2 box
Men's Cotton, black and tan, SI. 75 box
Men's Lisle, black and tan, S3 box
Men's Cotton, while and assorted colors, $2
B. K Enters & Co.
Sole Agents, Honolulu
Pure Kona Coffee
Insist upon your grocer giving you this most delicious of Ko
ua's Coffees . Its the kind that makes you want another cup.
Whole Roasted and Ground
H .Hackfeld& Co., Ltd.
E. O. Hall &Son, Honolulu i ZVZlZ
ed relatives and friends on New
Mrs. Deverill was hostess to Ha
naLi friends at a poi supper on
New Year's evening. '1 he dining-
The Rev. Mr. W. S. Short i-. in
r..r..int i.f a letter from Mrs. Sam-' 1" ''
uelVilco-, of Li hue Kauai, en
people from far and near came to
gether to worship God; and afttr
the spiritual service, partook of
their meals in common.
The following passengers arrived
on the S. S. Mauualoa, Wednes
day morning, Jan., 3: M. Mcdei
was stuwu with ferns and n istur-1 r0S( W;,L. iUUi children. M. V. I'ros-
l'i-,-cngcr.,dep.rtingf.r Honolu- '' the lintfer bowl being gen-1 Kt;ri Francis Gay, A. Kalua, Rev.
gjjyg c it".'n of the large table, which
sprinkled! with red
H dl Tuesdav. -rouM
Jan. 2nd.. 1912: (Jming Tai Jan, K'taN.
If Sii'lill'iii Prml rlimiilt Mine .e,n?iil:ie. ll"Pcmher 1 . the ottar-
closing a deck for S5DO.no toward ;J j, . n V();) AlftW,lU ,j u.rh mw.ti,,k,.,d feast oftht follow
a newforgan for the Church of tliej yincent, II. Zerbe, H. Hlaie and , iug Sunday Schools was held at the
Gnnd Shenherd. Mr. Short is ju-1 wife. Mi.s L. Hackliarth. Miss Hanalei Church: Wainiha, Haena.
hilant over the generous donation
and the bright prospects for an
early installation of a misltfy pipt
Kruse, Miss I). Whittington, Miss Waioli, Hanalei (Uka), Kalihiwai
Lillian Lowell, Wm, Werner, Sum and KalihiUai.. Mr. W. S. Kaua
Werntr; Miss Kvu Hastieand MisaSioe was chairman, and Mr. Aalona
ro J. W. Waduian, S. L. Voelk-r. W.
iSchieber, Miss Nora Stewart, Miss
Hatch, .Miss Audermauu, Mr-.. An
dennann Sr., Miss M. I. Wilcox,
Miss M antics, Miss Mahlum, C.
II. Wilcox and wife, Peter Ikrg,
H. A. U. Pergit, J. W. Kershner.
An echo is the shadow of n
AGhNTS FUR Till-: HAWAIIAN! SLAXDS
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND $2.50