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THE GAR DUN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 18, 1912.
WAiMEA NEWS NOTES
I beg to announce to the public that I have become
successor to the Coney Garage Co., and am ready
to attend all your wants in the automobile line.
Our cars are all being overhauled aod will soon
be in first-class condition and at your service at all
We have the agency for the famous Fisk Cas
ings and Tubes, a consignment of which is now
on the way.
We will attend to your vulcanizing and car re
pairing of all descriptions. Our re , air shop is under
the supervision of a first-class mechanic whose work
is guaranteed. A trial will convince you.
Na wili wili
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
The "Everyday Article" in
F" Fl 1 ,y?Ka lji fE
We are makers ol the common things
that everybody wants.
Arctic Refrigerators $7.50 up
Wire Mattresses 3.00
Patent Box Lounges,
Grass Rugs & Carpet Rugs,
Mattres&es of all kinds & sizes.
BAILEY'S FURNITURE STORE H?HULU'
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
IJy Mailt- Hastie.
('apt. Kennedy of the Salvation
Anny held h i s weekly services
here last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Rath were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Morse last Sun
day. T h e Virginian left Saturday
night with 2000 tons of-siigar.
Miss Mary Uryant of Makaweli
was a visitor in Kleele Saturday.
Our ball team speaks in the
highest terms of the Kilauea team.
Manager Roendahl of the Mc
Bryde store left for IlonoluluSatur
day. School Inspector Gibson visited
Hanapepe schools last Thursday.
The second ball series is already
being discussed by our players who
realize as never before the task be
Rev. J . '.V. Wad 111 an arrived
Ifioni Honolulu Thursday and is
mission work among
Some of our baseball enthusiasts
would like to See a past season ball
series between the three leading
teams of the league.
J. 1. Silva, our Kleele merchant
has received a new consignment of
' poi making machinery.
! Plasterer Williams of
reg ! fioni llonol
Ml 1 the Korean
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iiK.vi) oPFkK honou'ia:
Patronize Home Indu-try Tel.
I school , is so taken with Kauai
I that he is searching for an excuse
j to remain here.
i Carpenter Church of the Hana
pepe school boldly challenges any
thing on two legs to a crib game,
(hie legged individuals seem barred
Saddles and boots and a hasty
rt treat was the climax to a commo
tion at the McBryde boarding house
the other night, caused by the
! invasion of solicitors in the Even
ing Jsulletiu contest. Iwo men
beat it for Kleele, and a third is
reported on the go yet.
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Some Interesting Facts
The average weight of a man's
brain is 3 pounds and 8 ounces,
while that of a woman is 2 pounds
1 1 ounces.
The population of Newfound
land has increased 10 per cent in
the last ten years. It now reaches
Agrietiluture supports nearly
V), 000, 000 of the inhabitants of
the (ierniau empire.
Facts About The Fly
ticipating policy for only
at a lower rate
As one lly will lay 120 eggs,
the result, if all these should
when you can buy a no par- reproduce their kind in like
, ratio, it would be appalling. The
progression carried out by raising
120 to the twelfth power gives a
total possible progeny fro m a
j single lly of 1,096, 181, 219,310,720,
t 00!), 000, 000, 000.
J And as each female fly usually
I lays four hatches of eggs, their uu
' checked development throng h
I twelve generations would' make a
' mass of flies that would measure
2fS.77S,165,SGl cubic miles, o r
considerably more than the total
, mass of the earth.
As a matter of actual experience
and observation i t i s estimated
that from each pair of flies surviv
ing the winter, some 8,000,000
living insects are propogntcd dur
ing the summer.
823 Fort St.
Ity Kuin York
Miss Susan Finder of Honolulu
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
Johnny Noble is in town renew
ing old-time acquaintances, hav
i,g come up on last week's Hall.
I K'l'ty Robin -ni' , a stt'dent of
the IC.-.niehi.. in ha school, is home
for his sur.iriir vacation.
Mrs. Iyiicy Wright is happy over
the return of her son and daughter
fnuu t h e Kamehamcha school,
who expects to spend their vaca
Three nuMi engaged in a free-for-all
scrap here Saturday with the
result that one has an ugly gash in
his scalp, caused b y the sharp
edge of an old tin can, and three
A fine of fifty dollars was levied
on a Japanese last week for bird
shooting near Mana.
A game o f baseball between
teams composed of Hawaiian and
Japanese boys on the Waimea
ground Sunday resulted in the de
feat of the Hawaiian team.
Mr. and Mrs. Souza went to Ha
waii Sunday on account of the
s Hons illness of their son Taneo.
Manager Iliorth of the Waimea
Soda it Ice works became extreme
ly popular with the childiiti of
Mr. Hrown's grade bv imiting
them to "free soda" during their
la.-l observation trip. The boys
are doing their utmost to locate
empty soda bottles for Mr. Iliorth
as an act of appreciation of his
Our enterprising rice planter,
Mr. Pah On, is constructing an
underground concrete muffler, to
deaden the exhaust from the mill
W. M. McClauahau of Hackfeld
& Co.'s Liquor Department is in
Waimea is still growing two
more new billiard halls are Hear
Mr. Ishii is the new clerk at
the Iloanuanu store.
Mr. IJurninghain of the von
Ilaium-Young Co., arrived on the
Bergstrom Brothers, piano tuners
representing the Honolulu Music
Co., are on their annual trip to
the Waimea district.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown ex
ptct to leave for the coast immedi
ately after school closes.
D. Leith representing Wakefield
Commission Agency of Honolulu,
is registered at the Bay View.
Willie Wright. Angela Wright,
Sam Peahu, Kddie Crowell and
Sam Kaiwi, students of the Kame-
hniueha School, are home oi: their
T . A . Burningham o f von
H.iniin-Young Co., Honolulu, is
registered at the Bay View.
T. H. Gibson of the Department
of Public Instruction accompanied
by Mr. Brodie, visited Waimea
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Hainon of
Kansas are making a tour of Kauai,
Mr. Hamon is in the real estate
business and while his trip here is
mainly for pleasure, he is making
a study of this line of business
The Waimea school will have
out-door exercises next Saturday.
Mrs. K. K. Mahluni is visiting
Mrs. T. Brandt who is touring
he states en route t o Kurope,
happily surprised many of the
upper grade pupils with post cards
of Colorado scenes.
A trading boat arrived Friday
laden with dried fish and other
products from Niihau.
Rev. J. W. Wadman and Johnny
Martin were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. II. C. Brown Thursday.
Judge C. B. Ilofgaard made a
hit with the Chinese children last
.Saturday when he presented them
with two new baseballs.
Mrs. Wright gave a delightful
house party last week to he r
children who are spending their
vacation at home.
Mr. Morse, principal of the Ha
napepe school was here Friday.
'The Kuinuwila Campers," five
young ladies who are to spend
some time near llaleinauu, will
arrive next Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Waterhouse
and son, and their guest, Miss
Susan Pindcr of Honolulu, were
dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. II.
C. Brown Friday evening.
The Waimea mill has shut down
for two or three mouths for the
purpose of a general overhauling.
Boot and Shoe Emporiums
TRADE MARK REGISTERED
Indicates n stirl shod nIioi- for eliililivii. A substantial school xlioe; a
fctylisli well liuiili' divn shoe. High or low cat, Kid or Calf stock; button,
one-strap, or live.
Steel shod anvil brand means "made to wear." Prices, in sizes 'Jto 11,
$L'.L'." to SL'.oO. ; ill sizeH 1 1 to L 2 "iO lo ?:t.00.
Try u pair anil prove what we emit Mid.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
No other boot has as-many
FOR PLANTATION MEN
These Boots have more water-
proof qualities than any other
You get your moneys worth a
even if the price is high.
$11.00 FOR 17 INCH
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE CO.,
1051 Fort Street Honolulu.
Alexander Young Laundry
We use Artissian Wathr. It makes wdiile
clothes whiter, the colored brighter, and Un
clothes wear 50 per cent longer.
OFFICE TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
JAMES W. BERGSTROM
88 King Street
Pipe and Reed Organs
Talking Machines. Victor and
New Hawaiian Records In Stock
THE VERY LATEST SHEET MUSIC
The favorite S. S. SIHRRA, 10.
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu June 29.
First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, SI 10.
C. Brewer & Co. Ltd.
The burning tjtiality of coal was
known a long lime before it was
used as fuel.
Agents For Kauai, In The
J. M. Kaneakua on membership,
W. II Rice. Merchandise. I.ihue
. Aknm "lenibersliip,
C. U. Ilofgaard & Co. I, t d
210.211 l3o.,a MJu