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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 16. 1912.
For the SOCCER Football Season just commencing, we
have just received a full line of
E. O. Hall&Son, Honolulu
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Geo. A. Bertram, Proprietor.
General machine, Automobile and gas
engine repairs, auto supplies,
AGENTS FOR ACF.TELINE GAS LIGHTING CO.
jif,r, ri- - - - - --- - - .
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.
Waimea Machine &
Tel. 32 W. WAIMEA,
Wall & Dougherty
Messrs Wall & Doughtery, late
of H. F. Wichman & Co., Ltd., beg to
announce that they will leave Hono
ulu for New York April 24th. to
purchase the highest grades of Dia
monds, Watches, Jewelry, Silverware,
Cut Glass, etc., for their new store,
which they will open in the Alexander
Young Building, Honolulu, on or
about August first, nineteen twelve.
Messrs Wall & Dougherty will
maintain a strictly high -class establish
ment which will be a credit to the
Hawaiian Islands, and earnestly solicit
your good will in their new undertaking.
KAUAI. P. O. Box K.
If you desire t o dispose o f
your holdings in the above Com
pany nt this time, communicate
such desire at once to
LIONEL R. A. HART,
State number of shares and the
147 mailt monthly hdmuai
at ptr tchtdult Man
I- 10, 13-14
II- 12 -15-17
I! THOMAS A. O'BRIEN jj
: Wirerly BTL EisW t H.tcl St !l
HP. O. Box 563. Honolulu l
H Moore-Watson Dry- i
Goods Co. !l
Cor. Fort A Bcr. Sts., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single sr in
OPEN DAY nid NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
Jj Sa- Francuco, - - Cal. Jj
The following very interesting
letter has been received from a
member of the Kekaha school:
Dear Mr. Bridgewater:
1 am going to ask just a little
space in The Gardun Island in
which to say a few words in regard
to the Kekaha school. Our school
closed for the Easter vacation with
highly appropriate exercises. One
o f the lady patrons, a former
teacher of the Kekaha school,
generously donated an abundance
of ice cream, cake and soda water
all of which was heartily enjoyed
by the children.
One of the two specially pleasing
numbers of the program was a
school yell for the "lady patron,"
the other for Mr. Bridgewater,
Rah I Rah! Rah! which followed
the awarding of the prizes to
Ludonia Vidina and Otto Wramp.
Mr. Bridgewater kindly gave a
dollar to the school on his last
visit, which was to be given to the
best all round scholar a fact hard
The school sends erateftil thanks
to the "lady patron" and to Mr.
Miss Nora Stewart, one of the
Kalaheo teachers, returned Friday
from Honolulu where she had been
spending her vacation with parents
Miss Marion Hastie, one of
Kauai's most popular young school
What A Library Does
For Your Community
1. It doubles the value of the
education the child receives i n
school, and best of all, imparts a
desire for knowledge which serves
as an incentive to continue his edu
cation after leaving school; and
having furnished the incentive, it
further supplies the means o f
2. It provides the education
of adults who have lacked or failed
to make use of, early opportunities.
3. It furnishes information to
teachers, ministers, journalists,
physicians, legistators, all persons
upon whose work depend the in
tellectual, moral, sanitary and
political welfare and advancement
of the people.
4. It furnishes books and pe
riodicals for the technical instruc
tion and information of mechanics,
artisans, manufacturers, engineers
and all others whose work requires
technical knowledge of all per
sons upon whom depends the in
dustrial progress of the town.
5. It is of incalculable benefit to
the town by affording to hundreds
the highest and purest entertain
ment, and thus lessening crime and
6. It makes the town a far more
desirable place of residence, and
thus retains the best citizens and
FINE JOB PRINTING AT THE GARDEN ISLAND OFFICE. PHONE 24L
marius, being on the Ilanapepe
teaching staff, returned Fridav
from a vacation trip to Honolulu.
Miss Margaret McClymont,
Principal of the Kalaheo school
spent the greater portion of her
vacation with Lihue friends.
Miss Gardner of the Kalaheo
school was the guest of Miss Ander
son of Hanapepc during the holidays.
Principal C. O. Smith of Kcalia, '
and to whom Tin; Oardkn Is
land is indebted for the weekly
weather reports from that district
wasa county seat visitor last Thurs
day. Mrs. V. Newman, Principal of.
the Hanalei School spent the holi
days with Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Morse of the Hanapepe schools, re
turning home on Friday last.
Mrs. Josephine Chamberlaine,
Principal of the Kilauea School
spent the holidays with Mrs.
Reidel in Hanalei.
Miss Paschich, an assistant in
the Kealia School, passed through
l,ihue Thursday on her return
home from Waimea and Kekaha
where she had been the guest of
Miss Jordan o f the Kekaha
HERE AND THERE
Miss Eliza Kahele who has been
assistant nurse at the Manual
School for the past four years hab
resigned to take up a new position
a t the Kalihi Settlement. Miss
Kahele is well liked by all who
know her. Miss L,ily Kekuewa
will be the new assistant nurse.
Mrs. C.fVhite, wife of Engineer
White of the Kilauea Sugar Co.,'
is visiting her mother Mrs. Reidel
Miss Fountain who was recently
operated on for appendicites is re
ported to be recovered sufficiently
to be ab6ut.
Miss Mary Akaua of Kalihiwai,
was a returniug passenger from
the City by the "Hall" Friday
attracts others of the same charac
ter. 7 . More than any other agency ,
it elevatesthe general standard of
intelligence throughout the great
body of the community, upon
which its material prosperity, as
well as its moral and political well
being, must depend.
Finally, the pubic library in
cludes potentially all other means
of social betterment. A library is
a living organism, having within
itself the capacity of infinite growth
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital $500,000 Surplus $175,0C0
Cecil Brown, Pres.; M. P
Robinson. Vice-pres.; L.
T. Peck, Cashier.
Geo. N. Wilcox, Geo. P.
' Castle, H. M. von Holt.
Kauai Acccounts Invited
postcards or photos
Hawaii & South Seas
HOTEL BAY VIEW
.S J J
The Commercial Man's
DICK OLIVER, Manager
NEW GARAGE, Jan. 15
Cars from this garage will
meet everv steamer.
Will make special rates to
Reasonable rates and satis
faction guaranteed to all.
Day or night service, and
in any kind of weather.
Your trade is earnestly so
licited. PHONE 178 L.
Chiba's Old Stand
T. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. H.
NriA.si' mid Mkuciiant Sthkkts
Blacksmith supplies. Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Henry W. Waiau
Agent to grant Marriage Li
rates in renewing
In the County Building from
8 A, M. to 5 r. si. every
day except Sundays.
California Feed Co.
S IlAV. BUAN, RoU.KDBAKUtY,
I Oats, Win: at, Middlings
ooie agenis or -Intkrnationai,
j P. O. Box 452, Honolulu I
210.211 ISotton Dtdg.