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THE GARDEN, ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1912.
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FACTS FOR TOURISTS
Distance To Points Of Interest
Spout'g Horn 13
From Waimea P
Or to Olokele
End of Can
yon Road 4
Hanapepe fall 16
Putt Kapele 11
From Lihue to
Wailua Falls 4
From Hanalei to
Wainiha P. H 7
Kapaa landing 9
Kilauea landing 2
6 Haena caves 11
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. The Russian Fort, on
the bluff overlooking the harbor,
an interesting relic. The Hana
pepe Falls, "Manawaiopuua," at
the head of the Hanapepe canyon
carriages go half-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.
The Pole-line Trail, 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 canvon. THREE LARGE
HAENA caves. Hnakapiai, a
most satisfactory tramp.
Lihue The Wailua Falls, up
per and lower, both repay a visit.
Kilohana, 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 Fajrview; W. H.
Rice, Jr., prop. Rates, $3.00 per
day, or by agreement.
Waimea. Bay View Hotel; C.
W. Spit., prop. Rates, per S3. 00
Hanalei. Deverill's Hotel. Mrs.
S. B. Deverill, prop. Rooms for
Rates, $3.00 per day, $65.00 a
mouth, or by agreement.
Manager V. V. Newell of the
Honolulu Vulcanizing Co., re
turned to town Saturdav after hav
ing spent several days with local
firms in connection with his busi
ness. Mr. Newell made the island
on a motorcycle and had much
good to say of our excellent roads.
Electric lamps for use in mines
were first designed for resc'tte work,
hut now they are extensively used
by the iniuners.
By Maile Hastie.
Too late for last issue.
The Hawaiians of Hanapepe ob
served Decoration Day by decorat
ing the graves with flowers.
Mr. Herman Hertz, fnrmorlv
emnloved bv Benson mw1 f?mi tb
Honolulu was an arriving passenger
to Kauai on Wednesday. He took
in the Waimea valley, Olokele
Canyon, (which he said was everv
bit as beautiful as the Colorado
Canyon) Wailua Falls and Hanalei
and left for Honolulu on the Satur
day boat where he takes the boat
tor tne unent on June 6th.
Mr. Armstrong of KWIp 1rfi fnr
Honolulu cn Saturday but expects
to ue back in a few days.
Air. Marshall was an arriving
passenger on the Kinatt on Wednes
Mrs. Elliott of Koloa was the
charming hostess at a tea lor the
young people of McBryde after the
A crowd of young people from
McBryde and Hanapepe spent a
very pleasant day last Sunday.
They left Eleele at ten o'clock
bound for the beautiful home of
Mr. Walter McBrvde whom t1nv
were entertained at a luncheon that
only Mr. Bryde's chef could pre
pare. After luncheon the bunch
again mounted and took in the
Kilauea-Koloa irame at Knln.n
Those composing the very pleas
ant outing were the Misses Janet
Hastie. Leona Laube. Norn lTnfT-
ley, Mable Hastie, Marion Hastie.
Mary Miller. Messrs. Oilman, Rath
Church, Miller, Dilligham and
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis nnrl T
McBryde were callers in Wahiawa
Mrs. Menefocrlio mul obilrlriMi
are visiting Mrs. Frank Alexander.
lhe Hyadcs loaded sutrnr at
Port Allen Stiudav and Mnndnv
and departed Tuesday.
Mrs. Waterhouse was a visitor
in Eleele Thursday.
Mrs. Baldwin of Mrtknwpli iv.ny
a visitor in Eleele Tuesday.
RMr. Hairoertv fnrniprlv nf T-Tnnn-
pepe is to take charge of the build
ing of the Hanalei bridge,
Mr. Lee arrived on flip ITiiimi
Wednesday to take charge of the
lathing of the new Hananene
The young men of Wahiawa en
tertained Dr. Glaisyer at a stag
dinner last week.
The Salvation army was repre
sented here last Tuesday by Capt.
Kennedy formerly o f Stockton
Calif, who takes the place of Capt.
The new school house has al
ready part of its roofing on and
one can now see the plan of the
building as it will appear when
The base-ball grounds at Eleele
are being enlarged to make more
room for autos and spectators at
the games. The public will surely
appreciate this movement on the
part of the plantation.
A short time was given Wed
nesday for exercises relative to
Memorial Day. Remarks by teach
ers. Patriotic sontrs. and the hnvs
marching with their guns to music
1 . 4
or tne grapnapnone were the order.
The Chinese school children
met Thursday morning for a short
time and after remarks by their
teacher relating to Memorial Day
and the singing of songs were dis
missed for the day.
A special automobile will attend
our ball team when they cross bats
with the crack Kilauea team June
The rice in this vicinity is again
large enough to attract the birds
and the usual music of yells, tin
pans, whips and shot guns is heard
at various points.
Mr Oilman of Eleele left on Sa
turday for Honolulu.
Editor Bridgewater and Mr Jack
Bergstrom were callers in Hanape
Joe Bento fell from his horse
last week and broke his leg.
Our boys are continuing their
practice and will be ready for the
school boys match game at Wai
mea, July Fourth.
The heavy rain in the moun
tains Tuesday caused unusualy
high water in the river.
Wc are greatly pleased by beina
told that we were to receive coast
mail again Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Harold S. Trim-
cott entertained a dinner n n r t v
Friday night. The table was taste-1
fully decorated in red hibiscus j
and red crepe paper. A very fine!
dinner was served and enjoyed bv ',
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Ilofgaard, '
.ur. ana .Mrs. u. u. Baldwin, Mr. ,
and Mrs. W. Schultze, Miss May
Woodman, Mr. Bayer and Mr.
and Mrs. Truscott.
Too late for last issue.
Mr. Apolo has moved his house
from the Kapaa Homesteads to
On Saturday night some thieves
went into a Japanese house at Ha
Inula and stole two fine coats and
a watch. Yuniaiiehi, the owner
went after them but they escaped.
Some thieves entered a Japanese
house at the Ah Chong Camp
Kealia, and stole three chickens
and a bag ot rice with which to
feed them nn-1 easily escaped.
The Kilauea Holv Ghost Feast
will be held on the 2rd of June.
The Kapaa Band Boys went to
Eleele to phv for the Holy Gh t
Feast on .Saturday.
Miss Akina of Waimea came to
visit Kapaa on Friday night.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Vickers of
Honolulu spent a few days with
Mr. and Mrs. Oray a t Kapaa.
They left for Honolulu, Tuesday M'
the Hall. Mr. and Mrs Gray vc
a dinner in honor of their guests
before their departure.
Mr. Tucker, Commission Pu' lie
Lands, will arrive at Kapaa Satur
day, June 1. He wiil look over the
Kapaa Homesteads and see wind
can be done in regard to roads, etc.
Miss Harper and Miss Al.
went to Wahiawa yesterday mir
ing to take flowers which M'ss
Harper received from llonoh hi
for her Grand-Mother's grave on
Mr. Kaneaktia went to Kilauea
Saturdav on business.
Mrs. Martiues who Hvis near
the Kapaa Stables was taken seri
ously i 1 1 Friday morning. The
doctor was called suddenly. She-
shows a slight improvement a t
Mr. Morgan of Kapaa is extre
mely ill with pneumonia. It is a
stubborn case but Dr. Hofmai.n
has hopes of a speedy recovery.
A Japanese living at Kapaa. in
dulged too freely in saki Wednes
day night. He caused such a dis
turbance on the Elat that he was
placed in jail and now awaits trail.
Mrs. Helen Noouau of Honolu
lu is visiting her neice and nephew,
Mr. and Mrs. Spalding of Valkj
Mr. Jack Bergstrom is in the
neighborhood tuning pianos.
Mr. Spalding delighted the Kea
lia and Kapaa fans b y loaning
them a n Automobile and truck
Sunday to take in the base-ball
game at Makaweli.
Mr. and Mrs. Gray gave a de
lighted picnic on Sundav. Their
guests declare they had a splendid
Mr. Newlunpf the Kapaa Home
steads has been joined by- h i s
father, mother, two brothers and
sister. They arrived from Wash
ington this week.
SHIPPING AND MAIL
Regular mail leaves Lihue on
Tuesday and Saturday at 5 p. m.
Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu ednesday and Friday- morn
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought 1
steamers maing extra trips be
tween regular mail days. On days
when the coast mail is due, the
mail boat due on Friday, will lay
over and come in on Saturday
Mail for Island offices, leaves
Lihue on Monday, ednesday and
Friday mornings at six o'clock.
Except, however, in cases when
the coast mail delays the Friday
boat, then the mail will leave on
Saturday at 6 a. in.
Registered mail closes on mail
days, at four o'clock sharp. Or
dinary mail, at half past four.
For Kauai Ports
W. G. nail, I. -I. S. N. Co.,
Kinau, I. -I. S. N. Co
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
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postal laws governing second
class mail matter i. e., "not
more than three copies of any
newspaper can he mailed to
any unpaid subscriber etc.,
we beg to inform subscribers
to thk Gardkn Island that
ten days after the receipt of
a bill for their subscription, if
the amount is not paid, the
paper will be discontinued
without further notice.
Boot and Shoe Emporiums
TRADE MARK REGISTERED
indicates a ftoel shod phot- for chililr'ii. A substantial school i ; a
lish well made dross shoe. High or low out, Kid or Calf stock; hiiltuii,
ni '-striip, or laco.
Stool shod anvil lirand moans "made t wear." Prices, in -i.c- t) to 11,
f'.M'o to S-L'.oO. ; in sizes 1 1 1-2 to '2, fci 'i to fU.OO.
Try a i:iir ami jirove what we c niloud.
9iv UJntn BOOT HAS M&MANl ,.,,. !
WAteh-Proof qualities. 10J1 Sl;M Ilonoluii
JAMES W. BERGSTROM
88 King Street
Auto -Piano Inerplayers
Pipe and Reed Organs
Talking Machines. Victor nd
New Hawaiian Records In Stock
THE VERY LATEST SHEET MUSIC
The favorite S. S.SIERRA. 10.
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu June 29.
First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, $1 10.
C. Brewer & Co. Ltd.
The burning quality of coal was
known a long time before it was
used as fuel.
FOR PLANTATION MEN
These Boots have more water-
proof qualities than any other a
boot known. B
You get your moneys worth a
even if the price is high. 8
$11.00 FOR 17 INCH $
9.50 " 13 INCH I
MANUFAf.THRFR'S SHOE CO I
Alexander Young Larauky (
We use AitTiisrAN WATiCK. It makes white
clothes whiter, the colored brighter, and the
clothes wear 50 per cent longer.
OFFICE TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
Agents For Kauai, In The
J. M. Kaneaktia on membership,
W. II .Rice. Merchandise, Lihue
Rev. J. A. Akina membership,
C B. Hofgaard & Co. Ltd.,
210.211 Botton Bid,.