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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEB. 27, 1912.
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FACTS FOR TOURISTS
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Distance To Points Of Interest
Our line of
smart new Regal
Shoo stylet has won a
lot of praise among the
best-dressed men in
town. These new
Regal models are smarter
than ever, and they show
genuine custom style in every
line and curve.
Well-known New York and London custom bootmakers
designed the models from which every one of these Regal Styles
is built. They have a distinctive custom appearance found in no
other ready-to-wear shoes. Moreover, they are made in quarter
sizes, insuring you an exact fit and perfect comfort.
REGAL SHOE STORE J
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Spout'g Horn 13
The Eieele Store
Kapaa landing 9
Kilauca landing 26
From Waimea P
Or to Olokele
End of Can
yon Road 4
Ilanapepe fall 16
Puu Kapele 11
From Lihue to
Wailua Falls 4
From Hanalei to
Wainiha P. H 7
IL.ena caves 1 1
Although three ,
When Litlle Guests are no children ,
Come in my home, I '
always keep on '
hand eating-bibs, little glasses'
with handles, and a little table
chair. You cannot imagine the
ittle one's delight when thev cornel
o me tame, -lo tliese may le
added little plates, knives, forks,
I also keep on hand,' for their
pleasure, a few simple toys. In
this way I am alwavs ready for
The House With A Reputation For Squareness
J. I. SILVA. Proprietor.
Westinghouse Electric &
Pelton Water Wheel
Electrical Engineers and
Coyne Furniture Company, Limitea
Alexander Young Building, Honolulu
FURNITURE OF ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box
Couches, Mattresses, Etc.
POULSTERING AND REPAIRING
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 1. 1. STEAM NAV. CO., Ltd., Nawiliwili, Kauai
Some Descriptive Pointers
Waimea The Canyon, won
derful scenic masterpiece, easily
accessible on horseback.
The Olokele Ditch, great en
gineering feat amid cliffs and crags
of exquisite beauty, accessible by
carriage, ine Kussian rort, on
the bluff overlooking the harbor,
an interesting relic. 1 he ttana
pepe Falls, "Manawaiopuna," at
the head of the Ilanapepe canyon
carriages go halt-way, thence by
easy trail on horseback. The
Barking Sands at Nohili, an in
teresting freak of nature, excellent
roads for carriage.
The Marine Drive, Boating on
the Wailua river.
ine roie-iine irau, most in
teresting ride or tramp into the
Hanalei, The most wonderful
coloring in the world. Hawaiian
scenery includes all the colors of
the rainbow, and the rainbow as
Splendid sea bathing. Driving
and riding trips to Lumahai beach
surf. Wainiha power house and
up the canyon. THREE LARGE
HAENA caves. Hnakapiai, a
most satisfactory tramp.
Lihue The Wailua Falls, up
per and lower, both repay a visit
mionana, the extinct crater
splendid paranoma of plains, moun
tains and sea.
Simple accommodations, but
good food is the rule in all country
districts. Hotels are to be found
at Lihue, Waimea, and Hanalei.
Board may be obtained at almost
any village on inquiry.
Lihue. Hotel Fairview; W. H
nice, jr., prop. Kates, jj.uo per
day, or by agreement.
Waimea. Bay View Hotel; C
W. Spitz, prop. Rates, er- $3.00
Hanalei Deverill's Hotel. Mrs
S. B. Deverill, prop. Rooms for
15. Rates, $3.00 per day, $65.00
per month, or by agreement.
j California Feed Co. I
Hay, Bran, Rollkd Barley,
Oats, Wheat, Middlings
Sole agents for
International Stock and
P. O. I'ox 452, Honolulu
I II THOMAS A. O'BRIEN ij
; J Waverly Bl'k. Bishop & Hotel Sts !l
A. R. GLAISYER,D.V.M.
Will makm monthly hmadquartmrt
o pr icAu bilow
I- 10, 13-14 - - Lihue
II- 12 - - - Kilauea
15-17 - - - - Kekaha
18:21 - - - Mcliryde
-oo - - Makawcli
P. O. Box 563, Honolulu
San Francisco, - Cal.
lin tongs, en
Dishwashing Tongs able one to wash
putting hands inwater. The catch
eps it closed, holding the cloth
firmly until released. You can use
w;iter as hot as you wish, and it
fine for washing fruit-jars,
pitchers, separators, la nip-chimneys,
etc. A little practice enables
one lo work as rapidly with it
as without it. It is ten inches
long, three-fourths inch wide at
top, tapering toward points, and
cut out in scallops at ends, to
hold well. Two inches from top
is the catch a curved piece of tin
two inches long, witha notch in it,
which ,when closed, slips down into
the groove on the opposite side
and holds securely in place.
There are countless other uses
for it about the work, taking baked
potatoes from the oven, removing
soup-bones or meat from boiling
liquid, lifting doughnuts or any
fried cakes from boiling fat, and
many other things that come up
It is simple and inexpensive,
and could easily be made in a few
moments bv anv tinsmith.
! Waimea Stables
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto-
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IX THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 40
Cor. Kort it 11, r. SN., Honolulu
Rooms hy the day, week
or month single or in
OPEN DAY nd NICHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
The steamer Kinau airived Wed
nesday morning with the following
passengers. A. S. Wilcox and
wife, Miss M. K. Wilcox, Miss
M. Wenzie, Dr. and Mrs. Sandow
Mrs. H. Isenberg. Miss Brewer, J
McClellan, W. Ellis, Geo. Ontai
Mr. Helflos and wife, Wm. Puaoi
Sr., J. H. Koani, H. S. Barclay,
J. Sheldon, Mrs. Fujimoto, Mrs.
M. Huddy, Mrs. M. S. Valente,
Mrs. Betsui and children, Mrs.
Hishimura, Mrs. A. Brandt, Sam
Mahelona, H. Busch, R. S. Har
ris, A. Souza, E. M. Cooper, E.
A. Knudsen and wife, J. A. Akina,
Miyamoto and wife, E. G. K.
Deverill, Sam Oneha, K. Oneha,
Mrs. Geo. Kaai, Miss H. Kaiena,
Mr. and Mrs. Kaiena, Kana, Judge
Kapahee, Mrs. Kuhlman and children.
Keep your white
Hints About lace veils clean by
Washing Veils letting them lay in
strong lather of
white soap and clean water for
half an hour; squeeze and rinse in
clear water. Then rinse twice in
weak blue water.
Now pass the viel through water
in which a very little raw starch
has been dissolved; squeeze the
water out, and ttretch and pin it
on a clean cloth, keeping the edges
as straight as - possible. Should
the veil be edged with scallops,
fasten each out with pins, so when
it is dry the lacy part will be
smooth. When almost dry, place
under a thin cloth and iron with
a warm iron. Roll over a bottle
to keep it pertectly smooth when
not in use.
, To protect my
finger-Protector hands when par
ing fruits or vege
tables, I use this little device:
Take unbleached muslin (I say un
bleached because it is heavier than
others;) shape the thumb and fore
finger, using an old glove for a
pattern, if necessary; make each
strip long enough to reach the
wrist in the back; sew up fingers;
make wrist-band long enough to
pass around wrist and button, join
in nnger-strips to Dana in same
manner as you would put a band
on an apron, making wrist-band
double, and stitch. I make fingers
double, so that juices will not
soak through readily.
This is simply made and easilv
adjusted, and one protector will
last a long time if washed out each
time after using. I find it very
U REXALL REMEDIES M
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SmUr BRING THE RESULTS V&ji
II f REXALL TOILET ARTICLES
IL V HAVE NO EQUAL FOR PURITY JIVA
Vj& j I Freight paid to nearest port on order for w&vif
II II BENSON, SMITH & CO. IM
If II Fort and Haiti St: : i I : Honolulu IlAI
are sold by all the leading
stores in Hawaii
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
The Reach Cork Center Ball
lllns tht Clffirinl Rnll rf J
REACH GOODS GUARANTEED
Sam Mahelona is spending a short
vacation with friends and relatives
Mrs. Kuhlman and children re
turned home on the Kinau last
Dr. and Mrs. Sandow were re
turning passengers from Honolulu
on the Kinau last Wednesday
If you desire t o dispose o f
your holdings in the above Com
pany at this time, communicate
such desire at once to
LIONEL R. A. HART,
State number of shares and the
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