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THE .GARDEN ISLAND TtfliSDAY, AUGUST 6, 1912
Reaffirms party's princi
pals. Demands untramineled and
To continue constructive
DdmandS laws to safeguard
"-. Promises workmen's com
Favors legislation to facilit
ate court procedure.
Declares -recall of judges
unecessaxvj but favors legis
latiqn'.UKSuriplify removal of
i W SDe'dla'res nfrainst special
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privilege ami muiiu)iuiy , mm
tavors Changes in anti-trust
Recommends federal trade
Reaffirms belief in protec
tive tariff and reconnnencd
reducfi&n of some of present
Campaign contributions by
-corporations should) be pro
hibit. Conversation approved.
Favors parcels post.
Declares for edequate navy
and urges revival of merchant-marine.
Favors aid in improvement
" of "Mississippi river.
, ,Asks. ,more generous laws
Favors ' more liberal and
systematic river and harbor
Safeguarding of life at sea.
Lauds Republican accom.
plishments- a n d Republic
an Tide under McKinley,
RooseyeU and Taft.
A telephone niessagewas received
from Hanalei at ndon to-day, to
the effect that three bridges in the
Ilanalei District which are to be
replaced with new ones, had
collapsed. One bridge had been
but fairly cleared by a loaded
wagon, when it fell with a crash
into the stream, while a second
bridge went down, carrying part
of the wagon with it. Fortunately
the team had secured sound footing
and were able to withstand the
strain. A third bridge collapsed
with no great loss, as the timbers
The cause of this wholesale col
lapsing of bridges is attributed to the
constant strain on the old timbers,
during the last week when wagons
loaded with crushed rock have
passed over them.
'Mr': and" Mrs. R. P. Spalding of
Kealia were in the County Seat
Hon Geo. Wilcox will be a pas
senger for Honolulu this afternoon.
He will leave for the coast by the
next steamer, on an extended
business trip throughout the
Lighthouse Establish jiunt.
Office of Inspector, 19th. District,
Honolulu, T. H.. July 5, 1912.
Local Notich To Mamnkus.
Hawaiian Islands Kauai Is-
1 a u d, northeast shore Kahala
Point Light, reported extinguish
ed, will be relighted as soon as
C. & G. S. Chart 4102.
Light List, Pacific Coast, 1912,
P. 92, No. 582.
Buoy List, 19 District, 1911, P
By Order of the Commissioner
Lieutenant, U. S. A.
Inspector, 19th. Lighthouse Dist.
Dr. Saudow of Kekaha, was in
How About Your Job Work?
Electrical Goods Dealers
Pacific Electric Co.
Consolidated June 1st, 1912
Houses Wiring and Electrical Fixtures
Heating Apparatus of All Kinds
"Columbia" Drawn-wire Tungstan Lamps
- Motors and Dynamos, all sizes in stock
PLANTj INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS
FOR MANY AILMENTS
BRING THE RESULTS
REXALL TOILET ARTICLES
HAVE NO EQUAL FOR PURITY
Freight paid to nearest port on orderi for
$5.00 or over
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
fort and Haul St.. : : ' ' Honolulu
Have established a circuit
which they will cover at
short intervals with a combi
nation o f good vaudeville,
good ard carefully selected
Moving picture films.
A few weeks engagement
of a famous "German Magi
cian" in his slight-of-hand
performances and Hypnotiz
Vulcanizing & Auto Repair Houses
Caulk a i) i trills CUMIR-
Club Stables, Ltd.
C. II. HKLLINA, Miiiingcr
Boarding, Livery and Sales Stable
",2 North Kuktii Si., Xcnr Nminmi
Honolulu, T. II.,
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FACTS FOR TOURISTS
Distance To Points Of Interest
It is worth your time and
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Now Read the A ds
Kapaa landing 9
Kilauea landing 2
Tn Mtt M
From Waimea V
Or to Olokele
End of Can
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Hanapepe fall 16
Pun Kapele 11
From Lihue to
Wailua Falls 4
From Hanalei to
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6 Ilaeua caves 11
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WE DELIVER THE GOODS
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Tel. 32 W. WAIMEA, KAUAI. P. O. Box K.
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
V. V. NEWELL,, Manager.
PCapialani Building, Honolulu.
r Our shop employes only skilled workmen, is supplied w:
every modern appliance and is the only up-to-date vulcani7!
plant in the Islands.
Our RETREADING is done by experienced men from r
Kauai Orders Solicite
All We Ask Is A Trial
A uirl expects a man to think
her hair is naturally curly even
when she knows that he knows it
The germ of suspicion is often
fatal to the microbe of love.
The Philosopher It's the man
with a pull that gets ahead.
The Politician Yes; but it's the
man with the head that gets a pull, j
New Yorker What did you'
have in your garden last summer?
Plymouth Rocks and Leghorns.
"The sculptor who made this
bust cheated me."
"Of course he did. Don't you
know any sculptor of a bust will
chisel the very eyes out of a man's
"Do you believe in mirac.
"You bet I do." said Snob
Why, only the oUwr
wife bought me a box
and by GeorKe, Dobk
smoke 'em." Harper'
If a woman can find tht
uf hat she wants, she can alwuy:
adjust her head to fit it.