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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEB. 13, 1912.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Th e Eleele Store
Westinghouse Electric &
Pelton Water Wheel
Electrical Engineers and
My kitchen range
Using Aluminum was the admiration
Paint of my neighbors un
til I told how it was
accomplished, and then they went
and did likewise. I purchased a
If one wishes to
For (lie BirlhJay use the small birth
Cake dav candles, ice
thickly a piece of
while card-hoard, the si.e of the
cake, and place the candles in the
The House With A Reputation For Squareness
J. I. SILVA. Proprietor.
tittcn-ccnt box of aluminum paint, j icing. TTiey will stick fast as the j
and after thoroughly washing my i icing hardens, and hold the can-1
range, I applied paint with a small Idles firm. j
brush. It forms a bright, hard.j I have used sixty candles in this I
silver surface which does not rub . manner; they ' will be perfectly j
off, and I can wear my daintiest j straight, and are easily lighted.!
dresses near it. without fear of in-'The cardboard may J lifted off j
juriug them in the very least. Mrs. i afterwards, leaviuir the cake ner- i
I fectly in shape.
S. S. H., Oho.
Coyne Furniture Company, Limited
Alexander Young Building, Honolulu
FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box
Couches, Mattresses, Etc.
POULSTERING AND REPAIRING
P. O. Box 54
HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO.
C. II. BROWN, Manager
SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, AND
SECOND - HAND MACHINERY
ALEKAUILA ST., NEAR ELECTRIC POWER STATION.
My garbage-pail usually looked
unsightly alter short service, de
spite regular and thorough clean
ing. This season I treated it to a
coat of aluminum paint, with what
was left after coating my kitchen
boiler. I have now decided to
give it a regular coating, and thus
save the price of a new one many
times. Its neat appearance is also
a joy. A. P. F. New York-
When baking bak
ing powder biscuits,
and no milk is at
hand, if an egg is
beaten very lightly and added to
the necessarv amount of water to
mix the dough, it will be found a
very good substitute. The bis
cuits will brown quickly, and the
egg adds greatly to the taste. Miss
M. G, Nebraska.
Rubber hot-water !
Mending Kol- bottles may b e
water Bottles mended a s fol
lows: Cut one
cubic inch of clear para rubber
into small pieces and place in one
pint of benzine, cover tightly, and
leave two or three days, or until
the liquid is about as thick as
honey. Apply this cement tq the
surface of the bag and the patch,
which should also be of rubber.
Join the two, press down evenly,
and in a very few minutes the
mend will be perfectly complete.
Coney Garage Co., Ltd.
J. H. CONEY, Manager
AUTOMOBILES TO ALL PARTS OF KAUAI
DAY OR NIGHT.
Autos and Light Machinery Repaired, Plumbing and Gas Fit
ting. Automobile Supplies. Agents for the Kissel Kar,
Franklin, Chalmers Detroit, Hudson, Gramm, Logan Truck,
and Colt Acetylene Lighting Plant.
Agents for the LI. STEAM NAV. CO., Ltd.. Nawiliwili, Kauai
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange
Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
WANTED Two or three first-class
agentp on Kauai.
A utomobile Batte ries
The Best Ignition Batteries on the Market
In Any Quantity
Electrical Supplies of All Kinds
Honolulu Electric Co., Ltd.
We all have one or
New Bags for two rather shabby
Old leather bags. Cover
these with velvet,
buy some heavy silk cord for a
handle, long or short, as you pre
fer, and you have a stylish and
prettv bag. Either caste or sew
In making buttonholes, the velvet on. I sewed mine, and
in a waist of foulard I j found it satisfactory,
found, after cutting the!
hole, that it frayed I Every housekeep-
most dreadfully. At once thej A Use for Old tr knows what a
thought struck me that if I would! Suspenders task it is to move
1.. . . r " , ... I
ia a jjicte oi menamg-tissue in; heavy mattresses,
the htin that the holes were cut i I overcame this difficulty by sew
in, and press with a hot iron, it j ing two large buttons, one at the
would form a substantial body to j top and one at the bottom of each
work on. This I did, and was ! corner of the matress. Then I
very successful indeed. Mrs. 'D. j took the leather parts of suspend
E. J., Ohio. - ; ers with two buttenholes. buttoned
them over the buttons on the mat
tress. An excellent handle was
thus secured at each corner.
I Up-to-date Livery, Drayi ug and Boarding Stable a d Auto-
I Livery Business.
I AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE
j BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
I ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
j W. WEBER Manager.
I Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
REXALL REMEDIES IM
FOR MANY AILMENTS
BRING THE RESULTS
REXALL TOILET ARTICLES
HAVE NO EQUAL FOR PURITY
Freight paid to nearcil port on orders for
$5.00 or over
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hot.l St: I I t t Honolulu
I C T" t t V
j. J I W U J Mm -
Make a pair of mit
tens from old turkish
toweling, and put a
buttenhole and button at the wrist
to prevent them coming off easily.
When ready for the bath: put the
gloves on, and use in place of a
wash cloth or sponge. The bath
Pockets for the little
Schoolgirl's girl's handerchief
Pocket may be made of ma
terial to match each
dress. Make Dockets three mid
can be taken in half the tune, and ! one-lialf inches bv two and one-
with much comfort, as both hands. , '
can be used in going over the : lf. roundn.g the corners. Hem
body, and the warmth of the ! the t0Ps- a,ul fasten two straps of
hands serves to keep the gloves at ! linen tape, one-fourth inch wide,
an agreeable temparature. j to top of underneath side of pock-
i et for strings, and tack same to
Delicate marabout l'elt of dress- AIso verV conven
CleaninjMarabout neck-pieces a n d !ent t0 carr' t,le collapsible drink
trimmings may! nie-cP so necessary for the chil
be readily cleansed at h o m e". dren school.
Shake the marabout very carefully j
in warm soap-suds of some good, ! A splendid w ay to
white soap. Continue until water A New Came keep children out
is soiled, and use clean suds until of-doors is to get
marabout looks clean. Rinse well, thetn interested in playing "Arch-
Hang in the sun, if possible, ori'tect. A stony vacant lot or an
where the air will strike it, and
shake gently, now and then, until
dry. Dry as quickly as possible.
Keep an onion
open field is the playground, and
the children vie with one another
in gathering large pebbles and,
with them, making "life-ize"
bungalow plans upon the ground.
planted ma flower 1 1119 G0 ie .e Pe?Dle PIans be
pot. When a lit-
1 1 e seasoning is
needed, clip from the young
shoots. The shoots can be cut
fine and used in a salad.
little folks to play in. Children
seem to keep up interest in this
simple game for months.
For a fancy salad !
diced with sharp
seeded white cranes, and a
few cherries to trive a tniirh of I tP
A Double-Decked double-decker
Table kitchen table
made for the con
venience of the house-wife whose
kitchen-room is limited. Theiiuc
is uninjured by hot dishes.
100 MEN WANTED -
color. Serve in a nest of green,
and just before serving cover with
lemonjuice. sweetened, and if de
sired, a dash of .sherry. For a
dessert make a plain lemmon jelly.
Just as it begins to set, beat in a
cupof diced marshmallows. Serve
with whipped cream. A more de
licious cuke could not be made
than an angel-food baked in lav
and makes an excellent molding
board for baking. The table is
mounted on casters, and may be
moved whatever it is desired or
are sold by all the leading
stores in Hawaii
Theo. H. Davies&Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
The Reach Cork Center Ball
was the Official Ball of
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Lest We Forget
For the beft work and lowest rices call
on or write the
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latent up-to-date goods at reiisouubU' prices. Ami cavt' you from 4o to '
ti5 jx' r cent or every suit prices from $10 to $25. 1'
Mail orders promptly attended to. ' '
Wanted parties to Bell and represent our g Is on the inland of Kauai. ;
THE LEADER i
Fort Strict, nkar Ukrktania I '
Run three or
, ' rows of machine
stitching down the length of a rib-
ers and put together with chopped ; ,)OU shoe-lace. This adds a little
nuts and marshmallows. For an- j '"ore premises to the bow and pre
othcr dessert scoop out the inside vents the shot-lace from wearing
of stale cup cake (use the" crumbs ollt rapidly at the eyelets,-. or
for a pudding or in your next tearing when you give an extra
cake), fill the cakes with mnr.-di- i P"11- This device is helpful to
mallows cut very fine, just a dash j children who ure just learning to
of lemon, and a spoonful of any , tie their own shoe-laces.
good jam. Put in a hot oven just j
W-fore serving, heat nuickly, audi A great saving of ties for Ox
scrve with, anv pudding sauce or fords is to buy a five-vard bolt of
cream. S!u:ins of hot ginger-' mohair braid skirt -hindinir. It in cr and fancv dresses.
HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD.
P.O. Box 491 Honolulu, T. H.
Alexander Young Hotel Laundry
'her with diced looks (juite as well as the regular
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND $2.50
nmrslanaHows and anv tart jelly, j laces, and you can always freshen
make a dessert of which a famous; up the bows, as one yard gives
'chief is tirUiinly juUy proud you two laces., I
We do first class work on all drv clean-
(iive us :i trial.
OFFICE TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE