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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPT. 10, 1912.
j K. SAITO
THE FINE 1912 MODEL
SPECIFICATIONS AND PRICES
4 h. p. 1 Speed, --$215.00
7h. p. 2 Speeds, $325.00
The history cf the Indian is nlonc saH'iciont to cgtublfoh its superior nusil
ity and position us the lending motorcycle, not only of America but of the
C. ACHONG AI
Agent for the M. M. Motocycle -the machine with a rec
ord. Its beautiful lines and easy running qualities, its silent,
but powerful motor, all go to show its superiority over all
The four models of the M. M. line make a combination
that is hard to beat. In considering the prices quoted below,
do not forget that they apply to a line of machines that cannot
be excelled in material and workmanship.
4 H. P. Special Battery M Kiel $170.00
4 H. P. Special Magneto Model 195.00
4 V2 H. P. Four-fifty Magneto Model 235.00
8 H. P. Twin Magneto Model 260.00
Prices f. o. b. Nawiliwili, Kauai.
C. Achong Ai
P. O. Box 62.
w aimea Stables
j LIMITED I
-ww 4 w -n 1 1 r14 1 A .
1 up-to-aate i,tvery, uraying anu uoaruing stauie anu Auto-
! Livery Business.
I AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE
(BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
(Reaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manag r.
Telephone 4 W W&imea P. O. Box 48
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
v. o. box 441
Cor. FortA Ber. Sts., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single or in
. OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
HOTEL BAY VIEW
Waimka, Kauai I
The Commercial Man's
jt JX Jt
DICK OUVER, Manager 1
Supervising Principal II . H .
Brodie accompanied b v V . T.
Pope, Supt. of public instruction
came over from Hanapepe last
Miss Florence Deverill is spend
ing a few days in Honolulu.
Sketches of Young Couples
The Loving Couple
DO YOU RECOGNIZE THIS COUPLE?
Concluded from last week.
' 'Augusta, my love, compose your
self, I am not injured." But Mrs.
Leaver cried again more piteously
than before "Augustus, my child,
come to me;" and now the com
pany generally, who seemed to be
apprehensive that if Mr. Leaver
remained where he was, he might
contribute more than his proper
share towards the drowning of the
party, disinterestedly took part
with Mrs. Leaver, and said he
really ought to go, and that he
was not strong enough for such
violent exercise, and ought never
to have undertaken it. Reluctant
ly Mr. Leaver went and laid him
self down at Mrs. Leaver's feet;
and Mrs. Leaver, stooping over
him, said, "O Augustus! how
could you terrify me so?" and Mr.
Leaver said, "Augusta, my Bweet,
I never meant to terrify vou;" and
Mrs. Leaver said, "You are faint,
my dear;" and Mr. Leaver said,
"I am rather so love;" and they
were very loving indeed under
Mrs. Leaver's viel, until at length
Mr. Leaver Caine forth again, and
pleasantly asked if he had not
heard something said about bot
tled stout and sandwiches.
Mrs. Starling, who was one of
the party, was perfectly delighted
with this scene, and frequently
murmured half aside, "What a
loving couple you are!" or, "How
delightful it is to see man and wife
so happy together!" To us she was
quite poetical (for we are a kind
of cousins;) observing that hearts
beating in unison like that made
life a paradise of sweets, and that,
when kindred creatures were drawn
together by sympathies s o fine
and delicate, what more than mor
tal happiness did not our souls
partake. To all this we answered,
Certainly," or "Very true," or
merelv sighed, as the ease might
be. At every n e w act of the
loving couple, the widow's ad
miration broke out afresh; and
when Mrs. Leavei would not per
mit Mr. Leaver to keep his hat
off, lest the sun should strike to
his head, and give him a brain
fever, Mrs. Starling actually shed
tears, and said it reminded her of
Adam and Eve.
The loving couple were thus
loving all the way to Twickenham:
but when we arrived there (by
which time the amateur crew
looked very thirsty and vicious)
they were more plavful than ever;
Mrs. Leaver threw stones at Mr.
Leaver, and Mr. Leaver ran after
Mrs. Leaver on the grass, in a
most innocent and enchanting
manner. At dinner, too, Mr.
Leaver would steal Mrs. Leaver's
tongue, and. Mrs. Leaver would
retaliate upon Mr. Leaver's fowl;
and, when Mrs. Leaver was going
to take some lobster-salad, Mr.
Leaver wouldn't let her have any.
saying that it made her ill, and
she was always sorry for it after
wards, which afforded Mrs. Leaver
an opportunity of pretending to Le
cross, and showing many other
prettinesses But this was merely
the smiling surface of their loves,
not the mighty depths of the
stream, down to which the com
pany, to s a y the truth, dived
rather unexpectedly, from the fol
lowing accident: It chanced that
Mr. Leaver took upon himself to
propose the bachelors w h o had
first originated the notion of that
entertainment; in doing which he
affected to regret that he was no
longer of their body himself, and
pretended grievously to lament his
fallen state This Mrs. Leaver's
feelings could not brook, even in
jest; and consequently exclaiming
aloud, "He loves me not, he loves
me not!" she fell in a v e r y
pitiable slate into the arms of Mrs.
Starlihg, and directly hi coming
insensible was conveyed by that
lady and her husband into anolher
room. Presently Mr. Leaver came
running back to know if there was
a medical gentleman in cnnipanv:
and, as there was (in what com
pany is I here not?), both Mt . Leav
er and the medical gentleman hur
ried away together.
The medical gentleman was the
first who returned; and among his
intimate friends he was observed
to laugh and wink, and look a:
unmcdical as might be; but when
Mr. Leaver came back h e was
verv solemn, and in answer to all
inquiries, shook his head and re
marked that Augusta was tar too
sensitive to be trifled with, an
opinion which the widow subse
quently confirmed. Finding that
she was in n o imminent peril,
however, the rest of the party be
took themselves to dancing on tlie
green; and very merry and happy
they were, and vast quantity of
flirtation there was; the last cir
cumstance being no doubt attii
butable party to the fineness of the
weather, and partly to the locality,
which is well known to be favor
able to nIHiariiiless recreations.
In the bustle of the scene, Mr.
and Mrs. Leaver stole down to the
boat, and disposed themselves un
der the awning; Mrs. Leaver re-
I dining her head on Mr. Leaver's
shoulder, and Mr. Leaver grasp
ing her hand with great fervor,
and looking in her face from time
to time with a ' melancholy and
sympathetic aspect. The widow
; sat apart, feigning to be occupied
with a book, but stealthily observ
ing them from behind her fan; and
the two firemen-watermen, smok
ing their pipes on the banks hard
by, nudged each other, and grin
ned in enjoyment of the joke. Verv
few of the party missed the loving
couple; a n d the few who did
heartily congratulated each other
on their disappearance.
Lihue Poultry Farm
P. O. Box 106. Lihue. Kauai
The favorite S. S. SIERRA, 10,
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu Aug. 24.
First-class single t o San Fran
cisco, $fi5; round trip, SI 10.
C. Brewer 6k Co. Ltd.
All the Big
If you attend any of the
bic collece carries you will fii
that the ball almost invariably
used is the REACH OFHICIA
AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL.
Collene men won't have cnythinir
but the BEST that's why they all use
1 Official X-
WHk Rail -T,
J, Ball I
College men know too Hint the Keacli llall lias been ndopteil liy Hie
American League for ten years, and Is the Official Lengue llall. No oilier
ball can uc ueu lu any League game, rrice everywnere, ji.jj.
' The Beach Trade-mark on all Sporting Goods Is a guarantee ol quality II means sails
taction, a new article or your money back (except on Balls and Bu under SI.00).
The HEACI1 OFFICIAL IIAHK HALL UUIDL 1 ll reroK-
nlzed authority of the American League. History and vhutoi of U'oilu's
iberiea. Schedules, record,&c. 10 cent at dealer.' or by mall,
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
Miss Carlotta Stewart, Principal
of the Anahola school left for a
short visit to Honolulu Saturday.
We have just received a line of goods never befor offered
to the public. The wheatlcy, Hard fired out-door pottery is
an exact reproduction of the old Italian pieces. 4
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 Crafts Shop
Haberdashery & Dry goods
iUMiwfi'l'll' A S a mariner is rfKjJeJ a Star,' jBa
P 1 1 nil I if 1 if '1 SSr J BO 13 a 3mart dresser guide J by a Inn
"The Store for Good Clothes"
The House With A Reputation For Squareness
J . I . . S I' L-V-AProprietor.
Mechanical Supply Houses
INDISTRUCTABLE and KEEPS? OUT THE
HEAT. Applied same as Corrugated Iron Sheets 6,
7, S, 9 and 10 feet long. All 28 inches wire. Stock on
AGKNTS FOR THE IIAWAIIANI SLANDS
There's Nothing Like
Makes white cake pure white.
Better and cheaper than Butter.
Ask Your Grocer.
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND $2.50