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TILE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DKCKMHKR 17, 1H2
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and we want you to know about it.
Our Loss is your
We take stock this month and shall sell the
balance of our holiday goods, regardless of cost.
You make twenty cents or more on every
dollar. This meams we will give you a 20 per
cent, reduction on holiday goods.
and closes Dec
at 5 pi m.
This is the chance of your life make good
use of it. Do your Christmas shopping with
GET THE HABIT
For the benefit of those residing out of Wai
mea, we shall be open until nine o'clock p. m. on
the evenings of Dec. 20th. and 23rd.
C. B. Hofgaard & Co., Ltd.
With a view to concentrating
the system of shipments of sugar
from the outer islands and the
consignments at one base port for
each island, Alexander . Iiadwin,
sugar agents, have just completed
arrangements on Kauai which w ill j
go far toward making- Port Allen J.';j
one of the most important ship
ping ports in the other islands,
and at the same time will make
the Auk i ic in-1 1 awaiian Ste. unship
line a more powerful factor there,
while materially reducing the
carrying business of the Inter-ls-laud
.uexamier esc naiiiwui, who are
agents for the McUrvdc' Sugar
Company a n d Makaweli, have
succeeded in making arrangements
with H. Hackfeld cc Company,
whereby the sugar outiut of the
Koloa plantation, adjoining Mc-
Hivde plantation, will be shipped ft?.
dir,ct from Port Allen to t h e ; E&XfSiSHSiSS
destinations on the Pacific and A t -1
lantic coasts selected. j ......
TTiTi-infni-f. ilw oi,r;,r nf tin- k'o- '. favorably on NaWlllWlll.
is one in which the merchant him
self lias implicit faith el; e h. will
not advertise it. Vint are sal'-.- in
patronizing the nxrelmn's svho'-e
m appear in ihis paper b.eause
their goods are up-lo-datc and not
shop-worn : : : : :
loa plantation has always been
shipped to Honolulu by
The matter of getting the Koloa,
Locals and Personals
the Inter Island company
during the sugar season ihcst
of the local company lnvi
kept busy bringing in cargo.
the various (lardcn I-hr.id po
As Koloa is a seven tao'H in
five hundred t
vvilhdr.iwl of th
the fleet of i ' Port Allen is simply one!
and!"' connecting up the railroad i
I'ro.n : sl"l
ins of the two estates.
h e matter of
- from one or two ports on an i
Tlu W. O. Hall sailed
urdav. t a k i n u the
;. i ;u v...,i;f;, ,i .t k-.,i,,,i., i l ie Kinau sailing on rriuay
i ' on Maui, where railroad c o n -: took a fairly good passenger cargo
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l plantation the' llauuln -'-e in.o-.in;-; uiin "" ciespue ine lougu weainer.
j,:,,, IV,,.,, , ot vast importance to ine com-.
th.- I n'.er-Island service
finite a hole, but it is
melee of the Islands and the up-
vvi make i t",- -"- "i- r
Stat"d OV i lll-O. Niue ui uiL- ni.iiiu
Frank Haver, Dearborn Drug
returned o n the
ihos.-in control of thn i.h. in ri t io:-. ! 1 He anted Mates government is
that it will also make a material
5 difference to them, first by saving
several handlings before being
; eventually shipped to the maiu-llaiiil.
' known as !!
I important shipping port for the
which was originally
eele, has become an
Oar den Island and the
arrangement for deep sea
freighters will make it of ;
importance than ever and
n e w
w i 1 1 ! ;
now eagaged in building a break
water and deepening the harbor
w ithin its boundary.
II do, for the same reason, is
being built lip by its railroad con
nections through, the Haiiiakua
districts. At the present time
much of the sugar from the region
of Knknihaele is being brought to
Honolulu, and much going to Hilo.
j With'n a vcar the new -'nn. poi.i
ivharf at kuhio Bav, Hilo, with
, Mr hud Mrs. K
are in I lonol ulu
on the Kinau Friday.
Chairman Wishnrtl f the Hoard
of Supervisors returned from Ho
nolulu Friday, having been i n
attendance at th.e "Budget" nutt
ing of the County Rcpreserttath t s
in Honolulu.- F.x.
its newlv dredged approach will
cause more activity at mat port, permit the deep-sea freighters to
which a number of plantation in- take sugar directly f r o m the
terests hoped at one time to be se- United States army engineers,
lectcd as the principal port by the who, however, eventually reported
wharf, the sugars coming from all
the plantations along the upper
coast where they have heretofore
been shipped by the precarious
methods of using wire cables and
whale-boats operated through the
I DON'T READ TMShI
Unless you are interested in
is prepared to show you the very fines!: sele&iorn
ever brought into Kauai.
If ybu are perplexed, permit us to make some suggestions for
or a souvenir remembrance to friends at home.
We offer: Delicate Fabrics from Japan, Damascene
Jewelry and Lacquer ware. Beautiful Dresden China.
Hawaiian Souvenir Jewelry and Calabashes, Cut Glass
direct from the Colonial Cut Glass Co. Magnificent
line of Toys. Large New Stock-of the very things
you are looking for.
THERE ARE MANY SPECIALS AT REDUCED PRICES
ELEELE - - - Kauai
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