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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUG 27, 1912.
rn BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
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Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safk Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
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Letters of Credit issued avail
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on Savings Bank deposits.
Interest paid on Time De
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3 Mouths 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
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12 Months 4 per cent
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customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
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without further notice.
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Christian
of Hanamaulu were hosts last Sun
day at a real old fashioned Ha
waiian luau, with the Hanamaulu
beach pine grove as a background.
Among those of the sharing the
hospitality of the genial hosts
were M r . Theo. Blackstad o f
Waimea, Axtel Blackstad, Mrs.
Weidemcycr and E. B. Bridge
water. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Seaburrv
and three children came up on the
Kinau, and are guests of Mr. and
Mrs. J. I. Silva of Eleele. Mr.
Seaburry'n duties as manager of
the Oahu Ice & Electric Co., were
so urgent as to cause his return to
Honolulu this afternoon. Mrs. Sea
hurry and children will return
The concert given at the resi
dence of Mr. Parley in Koloa last
Saturday night, for the benefit ot
the Koloa library, was by far ont'of
the prettiest social affairs of the
season, and what is more, it was a
financial success as well. Every
number on the program, from the
wiley Chinaman through to the
end, was rendered in a most credi
ble manner. Special features of
the program, however, were the
soles by Mrs. Henry Blake and
Mrs. W.-H. Rice, Jr. Mrs. Blake's
sweet voice seemed to have been
created especially for the Ha
waiian songs which she render:
ed such an even, mellow tone.
Mrs. W. H. Rice, as every one
knows, is one of our sweetest so
loists, but on Saturday evening
she was especially so.
Mr. Hunt also rendered a solo,
with Mrs. Hunt accompanying,
which was extremely well done
so much so that he was forced to
return and repeat. Mr. Worthen
took the audience by storm in a
soio wnu local coloring, ne was
accompanied by an invisible dishpan
brigrade which did its part valiant
ly and just at the right moment to
please the audience.
Two quartets, the first compos
ed of ludge Kapahee, Miss Kauli
li, and Mr. and Mrs. H. Blake,
and the second by Mr. and Mrs.
C. Blake and Mr. and Mrs. Hart,
sang Hawaiian sdngs in an ex
tremely pleasing manner.
Mrs. G. P. Wilcox, in a tableau
representing "Summer," was in
deed, beautiful. Pretty as a
picture, remarked someone, but
there never existed a picture
half so beautiful. Another pretty
tableau was that which represent
fate. The curtain raised and expos
ed three beautiful girls robed in
white, and as the colored light
played on their faces, the picture
presented as the lights flickered
across those beautiful features,
was certainly enough to seal any
And the pantomimes! "Say,"
said a newspaper man, they've got
moving pictures backed into the
gallery." The scene in the Koloa
hotel, and the Koloa band in ac
tion, was responsible for fits of
laughter. In fact there was not a
single hitch in the program.
The decorating committee once
having selected a suitable stage
setting lost no time i n "doing
tilings." The lauai entrance to
Mr. Farley's big house was used
as a stage, and up one side, across
the top and down the other side,
ran folds of flag bunting. Fern
decorations were also made to blend
in the artistic making of one of the
very daintiest of decorations.
A draw curtain had been swung
across the front, and foot lights had
been very cleverly arranged, all
of which lent a professional air to
the situation. Out in front, group
ed in a semi-circle, sat the audience
among the tall, stately Royal palm
trees, with the rays of a glorious
full moon flooding their happy
features. Daintily dressed, pretty
Japanese maids with trays laden
The first of the contest games be
tween Kilauea and McBryde teams
will take place on the McBryde
grounds next Sunday, the game to
begin at one o'clock, Honolulu
Mr. Percy Bull left by the Ki
nau on Saturday.
Mr. Walter Marshall arrived
from Honolulu last week.
Mr. Wm. Hastie was the guest
of Mr. and Mrs. Elliot last Sun
day and Monday.
Miss Edith Smith and Mr. P.
Bull have been the house guests of
the Misses Hastie for the past two
weeks and have been the motive
of many social events.
Mr. George Ravmond of Maui
spent the-last week on McBryde as
the guest of Messers Loveland and
Dillingham. He left for Honolulu
on the Kinau, Saturday.
The Misses Hastie, Edith Smith,
Mr. Percy Bull and Mr. Geo. Ray
mond tramped to the Hanapepe
falls on Monday. 1 hey were enter
taiued royally at dinner bv Mr
Holmer upon their return.
As a farewell to the McBryde
guests the young people gave
camp fire dinner at the Spouting
horn on Friday night. After dinner
the young people motored to the
Lanai Beach House where dan
cing was enjoved until a late hour.
Capt Leavitt and Mr. Hughes
were hosts at a dancing party on
Tuesday night. The spacious la
nai was beautifully decorated in
graceful palms and Japanese lan
terns. Dancing was enjoyed by all
present and at a late hour delicious
refreshments were served by Japa
nese maids. Among those present
were Mr. and Mrs. Roendahl,
Mrs. Hastie, the Misses Hastie,
Miss Edith Smith, Miss Mary Mil
ler, Miss Ella Rath, Messers Love
land, Miller, Rath, Marshall, Bull,
Dillingham, Raymond, Austin,
Capt. Leavitt and Mr. Hughes.
Mrs. Yates has given us thej
following extract from a short ar
ticle prepared for another paper
while she was here. It would ap
pear that Mrs. Yates has desceru
ment and the faculty of getting
below the surface of even roads,
and discovering that to be real
good, they require more than mere
crushed stone for a foundation:
"The people on Kauai have a
curious theroy, viz: that politics
and good roads are like oil and
water-tliey won't mix. As to what
there may be in such a peculiar
theory as a theory of course may
be questioned by some, there are
those who question anything, but
you ought to see the Kauai roads!
The people there believe in the
pull-together spirit on the lnatter
pi roads. They want good roads;
they know where they want them;
they have perfect and well found
ed confidence in their county en
gineer, they furnish the money,
and he does the rest. And then
they spin about in their cars and
congratulate each other and the
supervisors are about the most
popular men on the island.
"Now, it is possible that this
queer theory of theirs may be all
wrong, and absurd, and not at all
up-to-date, but the fact still re
mains that the results of its prac
tice are comforting to the bones
of travelers over their roads, and
cheering to the pride of the dwell
ers on this top-most step of the
Paradise of the Pacific."
Local and Personal
Tho&e who failed to attend the
band concert Saturday night miss
ed one of the best concerts yet
given by Director Souza and his
Light, white, always right
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Joe Huddy o f Kilauea called
while in town Wednesday and left
$2.50 on the editorial saucer for
another year's subscription to The
Garden Island. Joe says
politics out his way are extremely
with ice-cream and cake, moved
gracefully among the audience who
bought freelv, knowing the cause
to be worthy of evry assistance
they could give. The beautiful
drive-way from the entrance to the
grounds to the house, was an array
of Japanese lanterns, nervously
welcoming the arriving mass. Ko
loa's people who are responsible
for this splendid occasion are en
titled to highest praise and should
be placed in the front rank of the
C. Kopke was a Kinau arrival.
Do you boil your milk before
Do you explain the cause of
typhoid to your servants? t
G. Bustard of Henrv May &
Co., came in on Wednesday.
sperry nour t n e oest every
where, the bakers declare. tf.
Mr. and Mrs, C. Maser returned
Wednesday trom a trip to Hono
F. N. Peterson of Makaweli was
a Garden Island visitor last
J. W. Brining, stenographer for
the special term of the circuit court,
Hans Doden, head luna for the
Kilauea Plantation, returned from
Rev. M. Tasaka was an incom
ing passenger Inst Wednesday
inorning from Honolulu,
Mrs. L. L. Sexton and infant,
of Hilo, arrived on the Kinau
Wednesday, and are guests of her
mother, Mrs. W. II. Rice, Sr.
Otto Wix the famous landscape
painter is again on Kauai, having
arrived on the Kinau last Wednes
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