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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, : : : : HONOLULU
Tiled and Oak
Opal Glass Interior
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TRADE MARK REGISTERED
Indicates a steel shod phoo for children. A mbitiintiul school pIiop; a
stylish well nuulu (lre shoe. High or low cut, Kid or Calf stock; button,
one-strap, or lace.
Steel shod anvil brand inean "made to wear." Prices, in sizes t) to 11,
2.25 to $2.r0. ; in sizes 11 1-2 to 2, 1M to $i.O0.
Try a pair and prove what we contend.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
100 MEN WANTED
On the island of Kauai, to wear The Leader Clothing. We sell the ,
1 latest up-to-date goods at reasonable prices Ami save you from III to
I 05 per cent or everv suit prices from $10 to $25.
J Mail orders promptly attended to.
Wanted parties to sell and represent our roods on the island of Kauai.
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HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
V. V. NKWELL, Manager.
Kapiolani Building, Honolulu.
Our shop employes only skilled workmen, is supplied with
every modern appliance and is the only 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
That the Moose are all right.
That their pasture includes the
That Organizer I, mid is one
jolly good feller.
That he can bowl a little, too.
That much of the present diffi
culty experienced in our present
public school system would be
overcome with the organization of
a local board of education in each
That such boards could settle
many little squabbles which now
go to the already overworked de
partment in Honolulu.
That the cane juice this year is
a little better than ever. ,
That in fact everything on Kau
ai is a little better than elsewhere".
That the Star contest is drawing
to a close.
That one of Kauai's popular
young ladies will be one of the
That the Mokihana Club is a
very instructive organization.
The the subjects discussed at its
meetings are interesting and help
ful. That the subject "Growth of
Cities' Commerce" which was
taken up a t last Wednesday's
meeting was handled in a master
That New Year's day had its
usual auto piliklas.
That one accident is said to have
been due to too much star gazing.
That the young man said it was
worth the risk.
That the young lady agreed
hence the pilikia.
That the baseball season is about
That some mighty good material
will be brought out this season.
That Clem Akina is said not to
contemplate playing this year.
That the Makaweli outfit will
regret this as he was the mainstay
in last year's series.
pikers to sleep on
may be re-
That horse racing
vived on Kauai.
That Rufus Spalding would be
a mighty good leader for this
That the Kapaa track could be
easily put in condition for the
That it is about time something
more is heard of the "summer re
sort" hotel at Hanalei.
That the first dock a t which a
steamer can lie up to, will soon be
erected at Hanalei.
That the Noeau will probably
land at least two passengers per
week on this dock.
That a dock at Kalihiwai is next
on the program.
That after all other harbors on
the island get docks, Lihue will
come in for a little consideration
That Lihue's population in
creased seventeen in number last
week, by the arrival of this num
ber of Spanish subjects for the
That they are a healthy, clean lot
That there should have been
seventeen hundred instead of
That Lihue was blessed with
four mails last week.
That this is going some.
That this proves Postmaster
Pratt to be all right sometimes.
That the political pot will soon
begin to bubble.
That somebody is bound to get
That no great change in the pre
sent program will result.
That Assistant County Engineer
Keightly is getting on to the ropes.
That he is very much in love
That his opinion is enthusiast
icallv shared by h i s estimable
That the Fourth of July Track Lyife";
Meet will be greater this year than Timt Kauai can return the com
pliment to this very popular young
For the SOCCER Football Season just commencing, we
have just received a full line of
E. O. Hall &Son, Honolulu
That our local athletes w i 11
understand more clearly what is
expected of them.
That Johnnie Fernandes, Kauai's
crack little fifty-yard dasher will
skin anything from over the pike.
That with the Fassoth brothers,
Johnnie Ilonan and other members
of the Makaweli baseball club, K.
C. Hopper, Willie Opunui, Charlie
Hosea, the Fernandes and Akana
brothers of Kilauea, Kauai has a
couple with interest.
That the crossing below the
Fairview remains in a dangerous
That a horse fell here last week
and narrowly escaped injury to
rider and itself.
That the Hanamaulu crossing
would be a good pattern to fol
low. That any kind of good crossing
here would b e cheaper than a
bunch of athletes which will put I damage suit against the county.
Representative Ilawcs of t h e
Associated Garage, returned to
Honolulu Tuesday, having come
up the Saturday previous and in
the meantime disposed o f two
cars. Two cars in as many days
is very encouraging, a n d Mr.
Ilawes will likely return soou for
another try. It must be remember
ed that Mr. Hawes represents a
firm which is a generous-advertiser
in Kauai's paper, hence the quick
sales. Live men advertise, as in
dicate by Mi. Uaww.
Dr. V. P. Obborn, the Kittle
Hospital physician, accompanied
by Mrs. Osborn, w e r e seeing
friends awav at t h e Xawiliwili
landing last Tuesday.
C. W. Spitz returned from a
business trip t o Honolulu last
Wednesday. Mr. Spitz also took
in the round-ths-islaud excursion
trip including Maui, which h e
claims is looking very prosperous.
Kloqueucg is the truth well loM.
THE "WEEKLY HIES" SPREADS ITSELF
It remains for the Weekly
Times of Maui, a hustling little
four pager whose first dress is
hardly drv, to take the lead in
modern uewpaperdoni . The suc
cess of the Times is assured since
the last it sue is reported to have
been read by fifteen hundred read
ers not a bad record for the in
fant. Not being satified with this
prosperity, it is said Vet has been
looking for something bigger.
Foreseeing the present success of
the paper, he decided to get out
something entirely different to all
other island papers and to do this,
he sought the advice of many of
his readers who generally agrsed
that n "comic supplement" would
h a winning card.. Accordinglyj
Vet is said to have exhausted his
wits in an attempt to get just what
he wanted for his readers, and was
about to give up in dispair, when
a saviour appeared in the form of
a reader of the Maui News, who
suggested that the News would,
in his opinion, be "comic" enough
As the only change necessary in
this transaction would be to sub
stitute "comic supplement" for
Maui News, it is said that Vet
fainted through sheer delight over
the suggestion, and that negotia
tions are pending which if put
through will at last put the Maui
News before its readers under the
title to which it rightfully belongs
Guaranteed for Six Months
Six Pair to the Box
Ladies' Lisle, in black, white and tan, $3.00 box
Children's Ribbed, black only, $2 box
Men's Cotton, black and tan, $1.75 box
Men's Lisle, black and tan, $3 box
Men's Cotton, white and assorted colors, $2 box.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Sole Agents, Honolulu
Crystal White Soap
Is the best soap you can use
for washing clothing.
It is a pure white soap that
does not harm the clothes or
Your Grocer Sells It
The HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO. LIMITED
Electrical Engineers and Contractors
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND $2,50