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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
The Woman Who Waits
NOTICE TO CANDIDAT1CSFOR
ELECTION TO COUNTY
OFFICES WITHIN THE COUN
TY OF KAUAI.
Every candidate shall on the clay
preeeeding the election furnish the
Inspectors of Election at each elec
tion precinct with a complete list
of the names of all persons allowed
lv law to be employed by him to
assist at such precinct in the elec
tion, and no person whose name is
not on such list shall be permitted
to attend at the polling place on
behalf of such candidate.
Nothing herein contained shall
be construed to forbid the
gratuitous assistance of any candi
cate bv any person.
J. M.vni.M Kaxkakta,
Countv Clerk, County of Kauai,
Lihue, Kauai, T. IT., October
October 22 and 29 1912.
MA KB KAUOHA
I NA MOIIO BALOTA APAU
NO NA OIIIANA OKEKALANA
MALOKO O K E KALANA O
Ma keia ke kauohaiaiku net e
hoolako ae kela ameTcmnioho ho
lo bnlota i na Luna Nana Koho
Balota o kela ame keia Mahele Ko
ho Balota ma ka la inamua iho o
ka la Koho Balota i papa inoa po
lolei loa elike me ia i aeia ma ka
kanawai, o ka poe ehoohanaia ana
a e hoohana io ia ana no hoi e ie
no ka hooikaika ana nona ma ia
Mahele Koho Balota. O ka poe
aole i paa na inoa maloko o ia pa
painoa, aole lakou e aeia e hooko
koke aku ma kahi e koho balota ai
ma ke ano he mea hooikaika balota
no kekahi tnoho.
Aole no e manaoia ma keia ua
papa ia na hooikaika manawalea
wale ana a kekahi mea no kekahi
J. Mahiai Kankakva,
Kakauolelo, Kalana o Kauai, T. II.
Lihue, Kauai, T. II., Okatoba
Okatoba 22 and 29 1912.
In Tiik Cikccit Court, Fifth
Circtit, Thrritoryok Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate
In the matter of the Estate of
Mrs. Elizabeth Hart Meeawa, de
NOTICE TO CREDITORS.
The undersigned having been
appointed administrator of the
Instate of Mrs. Elizabeth Hart
Meeawa, deceased intestate, hereby
gives notice to all creditors of said
deceased to present their claims
duly authenticated and with proper
vouchers, if any exist, even if the
claim is secured by mortgage upon
real estate, to me at my office at
the Waimea Court House at Wai-
mea, Kauai, within six months
from the date of the first publica
tion ot tins notice, or witinn six
months from the date they fall
due, or the same will be forever
V. O. Crowki.i..
Administrator of the Instate of
Mrs. Elizabeth II. Meeawa, De
ceased Intestate, of Waimea,
Dated, Waimea, Kauai, Septem
ber 16, 1912.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT Ol
THE FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII
At Chambkrs In Prohatk
In the matter of the Estate of
Kauhane Mika of Koloa, Kauai
Order of Notice of hearing peti
tion for Administration.
On reading and filing the petition
of Rebeka Kepu a creditor of Kau
hane Mika alleging that Kauhane
Mika of Koloa, County of Kauai
died intestate at Koloa, Countv of
Kauai on the 25th day of March
A. I). 1912 leaving property in the
Hawaiian Islands necessary to be
administered upon, a n d praying
that letters of administration issue
to P'rancis Nakai.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
16th day of November a. d. 1912,
at 9 o'clock A. m . , be and hereby
is appointed for hearing said peti
tion in the court room of this court
at Lihue, County of Kauai, a t
which time and place all persons
concerned may appear and show
cause, if any they have, why said
petition should not be granted.
Dated a t Lihue October 14th
Lyi.k A. Dicki-v,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
M. in-: Ukkttkvii.m-:.
Assistant Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the Fifth Circuit. j
Oct. 15, 22, 29, and Nov. 5tli .
LIQUOR COMMISSION MEETS
1 lit Board of License Co?:i-
nnssioners for the County of K;i : 'i Tj
will hold a meeting at the County
r(K.. i)..;i,i;.. T I.... n,
cember 17, 1912, at ten o'clock
A. m to consider the application of
K. Cockett, Koloa, Kauai, for a
renewal of the Wholesale License
now held by him to sell intoxica
ting liquors at Koloa, Kauai, under
the provisions of Act 119. Session
laws of 1912.
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under
said application should be filed
with the Secretary erf the Board
not later than the time set for said
W. D. McBrydk,
Secretary Board of License Com
STATE M E N T OF THE
CIRCULATION, ETC., of Tin
GardKn Island published week
ly at Lihue, Kauai, required by
the Act of August 24, 1912.
Editor, E. Ii. Bridgewater, Li
Managing FVlitor, Ii. B. Bridge
water, Lihue Kauai.
Business Managers, K. C. Hop
per, Lihue Kauai.
Publisher, Bridgewater a n d
Hopper, Lihue Kauai.
Uwners Holding 1 per cent or
more of stock:
W. II. Rice, Sr. Lihue Kauai.
Geo. N. Wilcox Lihue Kauai.
Hans Isenberg Lihue Kauai.
E. Knudsen Kekaha Kauai.
Kno w ii bondholders, mortga
gees, and other security holders
holding 1 per cent or more of total
amount ot bonds, mortgages, or
other securities:. None.
E. B. Bridgewatkr, Editor.
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 15th day of October 1912
Hl-NKY W. W.UAU,
Notary Public, 5th Judicial
Circuit. T. II
My commission expires June
There will be a meeting of the
Stockholders of the Lihue Hall
Co. Ltd., at the Lihue Social Hall
in Lihue, Kauai, on Wednesday,
October .V'tli. 1912 at 7:30 i xi .
for the purpose of transacting ;,ny
business that may properly come
II. I). Wisiiakp,
. . -
The following passengers arriv
ed on the Kinau Wednesday morn-
I M. Osaki, Sister Albertina,
Francis Gay, Miss M. Elmhost,
j Miss A. Labenz, Mrs. Fanny Sa
j bo, Mrs. Brandt, II. A. Giese, L.
j Smith Heorth, E. I). Murdoch,
jRev. S. Paaluhi, T. E. Brady,
: W. A. Ramsay, Edward Dckum,
D. G. May, II. P. Frye, W. T.
'Frost, Hans Isenberg.
So thev were wed
Did they live happily
e v e r ,
"I suppose so. They parted the
If you are planning to build a new
ft house or garage, we
you an estimate on your lumber and build
We have just received more than a
half million feet of choice lumber direct
from the Sound and can fit you with pre
cisely what you require, at attractive prices.
II I! I II im
i anam i mm i
Mr. H. II. Brodie visited the
Waimea. Kekaha and Mana schools
last week and found every thing
The Ilawaiians pulled a net Sat
urday afternoon and caught a lot of
moi and akule.
Mrs. D. Rittmeistcr had a big
party, and a lot of friends were
The Knudsen's party returned
from their summer vacation where
they have been spending a delight
Nearly all of our school boys
have new bicycles, due to the
roads being so nice and smooth.
We are very glad t o have such
A republican meeting was held
here on Thursday afternoon.
"Prince Cupid" was along and
made a fine speech.
Miss Yirgie Silva, our Kekaha
postmistress fell from her horse
Saturday morning, while going
to Waimea with some important
mail to catch the steamer.
An exciting game was played on
Oct. 6th. between the Kekaha and
Waimea Japanese b o y s. The
visitors seemed to be so sure of the
game, that they brought a package
of whitewash and nine eggs but
none of the best with them.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
' In accordance w i t h the
postal laws governing second
class mail matter i. e., "not
more than three copies of any
newspaper can be mailed to
any unpaid subscriber etc.,
we beg to inform subscribers
to Tin: Gakdkn Island that
ten days after the receipt of
a bill for their subscription, if
the amount is not paid, the
paper will be discontinued
without further notice.
Lihue Union Church, Foreign
Rev. J. M. Lydgate, pastor.
Church Service II a. m
the last Sunday of the
Sunday School 10:30 a. m. '
Lihue First Church," Hawaiian
Rev. Win. Kamau, pastor.
Church Service 11 a. m. Sunday
School 10 a. m,
'And then Nero had Rome set
afire in every quarter."
"Alas, how terrible!" murmured
little Moritz, with an expression
of such deep anguish that his
teacher asked why it affected him
"Why," said Moritz, "just
j j think
f the poor insurance 0.111
- Flicgcndc Blaetter.
would like to make
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WAIMEA NEWS NOTES
By Julian Kamai
Mrs. Paul Schimdt, wife of our
popular "Paul" Hackfeld's genial
drygoods man, spent a few days
last week with Mrs. I'assoth.
Mcsdames T. Brandt and San-do-.v,
have returned from a trip
abroad which in hided Europe.
A son of I long Wing, a Waimea
Merchant fell from a swing last
week and sustained painful bruises.
Mrs. II. C. Brown entertained
Mrs. Paul Schimdt at a very dainty
luncheon last Friday.
Mrs. Lawrence Mundon of Ka
paa was in Waimea last Wednes
day. Mrs. Kapahu, Mrs. Alakai, Mrs.
Hunt and Miss Kamai spent last
Monday in Ilanalei.
Mrs. Fassoth was a charming
hostess at an afternoon party last
Friday l u honor o f Mrs. Paul
Toot Your Own Horn
A lien is not supposed to have
mucn common sense or tact, vet
every time she lays an egg she
cackles forth the fact.
A rooster hasn't got a lot of in
..11 . ,.i . , .
icneei iu miuw, uui none me less
most roosters have enough good
sense to crow.
The mule, the most despised of
beasts, has a persistent way of let
ting people know he's around by
his insistent bray.
The busy little bees they buzz
bulls bellow and cows moo, and
watch-dogs bark a n d ganders
quack and doves and pigeons coo
The peacock spreads histail and
squawks; pigs squeal and robins
sing, and even serpents know en
ough to hiss before they sting.
jsut man, tlie greatest master
piece that nature could devise,
will often stop and hesitate before
! Improved Spanking Machine
A spanking machine, operated
p,y tlectiicity and warranted to
curo unruly youngsters, was c;-
lubiteil a t .New ork recently.
The electric spa::ker is construct
ed somewhat similar to an electric
vibrator. The preliminary prepara
tions for an electric spanking are I
tlie same as in the olden days, j
When the child is ready the hard!
rubber disk is applied to the area'
under treatment and Ii
turned on. Small disks are -provid-
cd tor the younger offenders. To
add to the other advantages of the
electric spanker, it might be said
it does not pain the parent more
than the child.
Who lias not, in passing in an
evening before some cottages or
mansion it may be, caught a fleet
ing glimpse through the window
pane of a woman's eager face peer
ing from behind the curtain a t
sound of footsteps and then fading
into blaukness at sight of form not
All have seen it, perhaps many,
many tunes. To any one who has
not, the first and simplest lesson
in the deep mystery of a woman's
life is only a dream undreamt.
The woman is waiting.
For what? God and she alone
know. There are so many things
woman may wait for.
Perhaps it is for the lover.
Or the good and devoted hus
band, away winning the bread and
for whom supper is ready.
Or the child out at play, whose
time for return has passed and
whose way home night threatens
Or the wayward daughter,
whose pathway is ever dark but
for the unfailing light of the
Oi who knows? t h e gallant
son reported dead in shipwreck,
distant land or battle, b u t for
whosj return she can never cease
to hope and pray.
Or God helo her then! t h e
But there she waits.
Aye, thus a woman ever waits.
From the dawn of her birth to the
night of her death the woman
waits. She waits and longs and
hopes and prays.
It is not so with man. His faith
is in ins strentgn. lie seis ins
shoulder to the storm with firm
resolve, and what he seeks to do
he does or fails. And if success be
his some woman shares of it, and
if he fails some woman wants.
And so she waits.
In her fresh, sweet young wom
anhood she knows a youth who
pleases her, but he is cold and she
must wait until he comes and woos.
And then, perchance, she loves
too well, and when the faithless
lover lags she waits she waits.
When husband turns from her
to other joys, she waits she weeps
Ah, man knows not the patience
sweet, the love and faith with
which a woman waits!
How often she, i n midnight
gloom , beside the couch of dying
child, must watch and wait, hope
and wait, pray and wait!
Her waiting is not weakness,
through; it is her strength.
If you, brave man, nave ever
been in battle line amid a rain of
shell and rifle shot, and must not
fire, but wait and wait and wait-
why, then you know what courage
But woman ever waits.
The faith sublime with which
the woman waits spiritualizes
earth and humanizes heaven.
He You refuse me because you
say I am wordly.
She Yes; wordly, but without
"Do you think a wife should
g o through her husband's
"Yes if there's anything in
WHEN IN NEED OF
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Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice Pre & Mgr
As a candidate for the office- of
County Treasurer, I most respect
fully solicit the support of the
voters of the Countv of Kauai nt
the coming election, Nov. 5, 1912.
As a candidate for the office of
County Auditor, I most respect
fully solicit the support of the
voteis of the County of Kauai at
the coming election, Nov. 5. 1912.
As a candidate for the office of
County Clerk, I very respectfully
soficTt the support of the voters of
the County of Kauai at the com
ing election, Nov. 5, 1912.
J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA
As a candidate for Representa
tive. Lihue District, I most res
pectfully solicit the support of the
voters of the County of Kauai at
the coming election, Nov. 5, 1912.
J. H. CONEY
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