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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1912.
I beg to announce to the public that I have become
successor' to thet-Coney Garage Co., and am ready
to attend all, your, wants in the automobile line.
Our cars are all being overhauled and 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 repair shop is under
the supervision of a first-class mechanic whose work
is guaranteed. A trial will convince you.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
The "Everyday Article" in
r AT BAILEY'S
We are makers of the common things
that everybody wants.
Arctic Refrigerators $7.50 up
Wire Mattresses 3.00 "
Tables 1.25 "
- Patent Box Lounges,
Grass Rugs & Carpet Rugs,
Mattresses of all kinds & sizes.
BAILEY'S FURNITURE STORE hThulu'
f ; Dry Goo'ds of all Descriptions.
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HEAD OFFICE HONOLULU
I'atronizu Homo In'dustry Tel. 5320
What is the use of paying
' For a participating . policy
wheft you can buy a no par
ticipating policy for only
at a lower rate
823 Fort St.
Boot and Shoe Emporiums
A. -D..HILLS. Sometimes I'm
tempted to take a load of sand audi'
apply to the crossings myself. It
wouldn't take much to fix them
J OSE RODRIGUES. (Super
visor) Yes, I hear there are several
in Kawaihatt District who are will
ing to be Supervisor. Thats all
right, I like see all win.
M.J. SILVA. (Mclnerny's
man) Yes, I am marooned all right,
but there is no place where I would
have less objectiou to being im
prisoned. Good people, good busi
ness, and splendid hotel service.
What more could a fellow' expect.
A skipper's job?
H. D. WI SHARD. The Lihuc
townsite lots are all well drained
and composed of excellent soil as
is demonstrated by the crop of
cane now growing on them,
ATTORNEY PHILIP RICE.
A Porto Rican who came into
my office last week seeking nat
uralization papers, in answer to
the question, ' are vou abigamist?"
replied by saying he was the father
of 7 girls, but was no bigamist
though necessarily in sympathy
with woman suffrage.
(from Porto Rico) Porto Rico is a
very pretty place and very pros
perous also. 3
On February 28, 1911, the
Legislature of the Territory of
Hawaii passed a Joint Resolution
authorizing the Governor "to ap
point a commission of five mem
bers, selected from the several
counties, to render a report to the
legislature of. 1913, and t o the
Governor, plans and ways and
means for a Hawaiian exhibit at
t h e San Francisco 1915 Expo
sition, officially known as t li e
Panama-Pacific International Ex
position, the Joint Resolution read
ing as follows:
"Be it tesolved by the House of
Representatives and Senate of the
Legislature of Hawaii:
"That his Excellency the Gov
ernor be and is hereby requested
to appoint within thirty days from
the adjournment of this body, a
Commission o f five members to
consist of one member from each
of the following counties: Hawaii,
Maui and Kauai, and two mem
bers from the city and County of
Honolulu, to report to the Gov
ernor of the Territory, and the
Legislature of 1913, suggestions,
plans and ways and means for a
Hawaiian Exhibit at the Panama-
Pacific Exposition to be held in
San Francisco, California, in the
"Approved this 28th Day o f
February, A. D. 1911.
(Signed) Walter F. Freak,
Governor of the Territory of
Governor FrCar appointed a n
the commission, the following
members: H; J?.v Wood (chair
man), and John A. Hughes, City
and, Countv ot Honolulu (Oalju);
Charles E. Wright; Hawaii; J. N.
S. Williams, Maui; and John M.
Lydgate, Kauai. The commission
immediately organized a n d pre
pared tentative plans for a working
basis on which to plan a .compre
hensive scheme for th6 representa
tion of the Hawaiian Islands at
the Saiv Francisco Exposition.
Sub-committees were appointed
to cover essential features of the
educational, industrial, political
and social development of the
Islands, each sub-committee t o
prepare a statement to present to
the Commission o f what would
best carry out the wishes of the
Legislature and the Governor.
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TRADE MARK REGISTERED
Indicates n steel Jsliod shoe for children. A substantial school shoe; a
stylish well made dress shoe. High or low cut, Kid or Calf stock; button,
one-strap, or lace.
Steel shod anvil brand means "made to wear. '(SiPriees, in sizes 9 to 11,
52.25 to $2.50. ; in sizes 11 1-2 to 2, $2.50 to $:t.00. .
Try a pair and prove what we contend.
McINERNY SHOE STORE
ENSIGN LYMAN I am glad
to see the paper call attention to
the Hanamatilu Store gang. There
is a similar; gang "which can be
found at the homestead store as
C. W. SPITZ. I am for Kuhio
as delegate providing he leaves his
fight with Gov Frear to the proper
authorty for settlement and not
make a political issue out of it.
Telephone 642 P. O. Box 54
HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO.
C. H. BROWN, Manager
SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, AND
SECOND - HAND MACHINERY
ALEKAUII.A ST., NEAR ELECTRIC POWER STATION.
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange
Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
WANTED-- Two or three first-class
agents on Kauai.
Art Goods and Curios
We have just received a line of goods never befor offered
to the public. The wheatley, Hard fired out-door pottery is
an exact reproduction of the old Italian pieces.
It is suitable for plants anywhere, but especially for plants
kept out of doors.
Call and see them or ask for description and prices.
Headquarter for picture framing
Ye Arts and rafts Shop
FOR PLANTATION MEN
These Boots have more water- Z
proof qualities than any other I
boot known. f
r t .... . m.
1 uu JJtL yuill IllUllCO WUI 111
even i the price is high.
$11.00 FOR 17INCH
9.50 " 13 INCH
No other boot has As-Many
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE CO.,
1051 Fort Street Honolulu.
Alexander Young Laundry
Gurantees first class work on
Ladies Silk dresses and Gentlemen's
Office: Territorial Messenger Service
Let us do your shopping
FOR MANY AILMENTS
BRING THE RESULTS
REXALL TOILET ARTICLES
HAVE NO EQUAL FOR PURITY
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$5.00 or over
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Fort and Hotel Stt. : : : i Honolulu
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88 King Street
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