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TIIR GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DKCKMHKR 31, 1912
THK GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY DlCC. .Ust. I'M J.
band-, a.-, tiu- helpless Hulgaiiau
p'. ople 1 1 ; I 't 1 1 - 1 ! been by the
fe rocious 15.ij.lii I'.aouks, Kurds
I'.nte ed at the post office at
Liluv, Kauai, as sceond-ela-s
Sin.1- :'T1d Kati.s 5-'. 5" I'kk
YmAI. . 1.5 i iiK SIX MONTHS
IN A 1 Y A NCI',
-- - 1 deliberate burial of
A dvkk';' i si vr, K ati-.s. 75 Ci-NTs ' 'I'lic grewsome
An In. ii I'kk Month.
E. 1?. i,sU.',I-:w VI'l.K,
K. C. 1 f .i-I-KK .
There a generation that are pure
'n their on in eyes, an I yet not vasb
:J fiom their Jilthincss. Proo. .Vi-12.
ami Albanians, hut tortures of the
most liruilish kind art- credibly re
ported to have been resorted to.
The indignities offered to the
females c a n n o t b e described.
Among the most soul scaring
enormities which marked this
d i a b o 1 i c l 1 saturnalia was the
storv of these
horrors has not been widely pub
lished as yet, but the silence will be
shortlived, because ditai'ed ac
counts ha'-e alreadv been tcle-
Tni' : : l . t : l who takes no interest
i n public schools, good roads,
.elision or K)litics isn't even a
m v lias
Our Business Men
()H of the reasons why adver
tising ha., enlarged so much during
recent cars is that alert sellers
of merchandise realize that a
business to succeed must carry an
atmosphere of success about it.
The mm who walks up to a
business oilice in soiled clothes,
with hi face unshorn and his
oot.s dirty, may have good qualification.-
ior the job for which he
isks, 1m. the chances are that he
-jets It; .-iied down simply on his
ippear.m.e. He looks as if he
had bet-n a failure in what he had
previous'..- undertaken. This max
-;eem a superficial way for an
M X v r ;i?n
. , graphed to their respective govern-
I ments by the consuls ol (icrmany,
; (ireat I'.riliati and I talv .
This plunge into savagerv is a
j greater calamity for the Christians
I guilty of it than the loss of a hard
j fought battle would be."
ICoNsn.s II.wk Ui:i'ORTi:n
1)i:taii.s To C.oykrmknts.
A dispatch to the Associated
"Official reports are now coming
to hand concerning atrocities com
mitted be Hub'-;"ian bands in
I Chalci U;;i, ami they make horrible
reading: According to tliese state
ments a partv of 5 0o Moliam
medans were brought into Vi.ok:i
bound and were there shot, fireck
officers succeeded with difficulty in
rescuing the women and children
It is feared that all the Moham
medan communities in that region
exterminated hy lulg.ir;an
L. Y. TIM
lias entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all pal ts of
TIIEUE'S HEALTH AND II Al'i'IXKSS IN
AND SATISFACTION IN PATRONIZING
A HOME PRODUCT
Greater l'.pcricucc. Newest Maheds and Perfect Grapes Have Produced a Delicious',
B P.right, Clear, Rich and Pure Table me that Surpasses hvcii California s l-aincl- ullages.
H ' mv c m i: M-maji.'cia.' r'ooii cnolis Al.'t' snl ll
LOVE JOY & CO., LTD. Wholesale Liquor Dealers
HONOLULU, T. II.
of labor to judge of a
le nature bv such ex-
is as he can detect, and
these t'-ll the storv cor-
P-iblio judges of a nier
. '. iracter of his enterprise
1 iv. by similar exterior
1 ut an.l foremost thev
Ids disposition t o tell
ibout liis goods by advertising.
They f.v that the man who does
lot aderti-e is not in the game,
f indeed they think of him at ill.
fliey ('link that he does not have
he enterprise, p, keep up with the
irdinary methods bv which a
merchant serves the public effi
ciency. They 'P'estion, too, whether his
goods are o f such a standard
character that he can afford to
guarantee their quality and good
value through the publicity of
advertising. It looks, too as if
they were being sold at prices
that could not be made atlractiv.
to the buyer if publicly described
A good sized advertisement, big
enough to look as if a firm were
on the man and in the game, Ins
iust the effect on a business that is
given to a man 1v wearing good
clothes and pr 'seating a brisk,
alert and wide-awake manner. It
indicates propcriiv, and suggests
that a merchant has a record of
having given satisfaction to the
advice of the younger Pitt
countrymen after Auskr
' 'to 1 up tin. map of Lurope"
ea-;.y applicable to t h e
lnv.tr. Whal-ever else of
the new vear promises, it
will bring a
AcC(i':l;l(. to a dispatch from
Paris the Spanish Government has
lecided to add. three drc.idnaughts
f 21.0(H) t-ms to lae navy, besides
two large destroy el s. nine torpedo
boats and three submarines. With
the three light weight dreadiiaiight's
if 15, -ion tons now building at
.'errol two have already been
almoin d Spain would have a
.cry re-pectablc ileet for a small
i'ower. As she has no remote
olouies to protect the inference is
hat she intends to be
a taetor in
Wil i: i ll i i;
Vale Coll ge
Wilson !u t
r not Mr. Taft be
Professor of l.uv in
after his drive on
avenue w i t h Mr.
M.i.i.h. such would
ie his p
; n iiile w i
lis iiipir i
from it -friends'1
of a col!
any wax . a::.'.
it lllUst be
tiride th it M
bi inging h : -
!' U O M C
liliolt.il est lie ' '
here of i 1 1 1 : 1 1 1 i
unarmed M-. :
Christian s,,' !,,
of Siilouiki It
w e r e spiii g 1 1 1 e.
o an unrest
l:o his hJ 1
; all his
lip, gi'e 1 1
i s certain that i t will bring
wholesale shifting of the lines and
colors of the maps w hich for at
least a generation have troubled
school days and plagued maimer
Within the piist few months two
treaties have been signed which
will wholly alter the color scheme
of the Atrican maps. Tripoli, long
buried under t li e neutral tint
which indicated a Turkish posses
sion, will now take its color from
Italy, and from the Alps to the
Sahara the 1915 geographies will
show a single hue to mark the re
habilitation of the Roman Empire.
As for Morocco, the Erench and
Spanish diplomatists, who have
just completed their labors, have
provided in this corner of the
Dark Continent equally great mod
ifications. Spinish colors, dis
played hitherto only in blotches
on islands ami peninsulas, will
drop down to the first range of the
Atlas and cover the Tangier pen
insula. There remain the Balkans, and
the wisest of forecasters will not
venture to suggest lio,v ihechange
will come here. Put one thing is
sure, lroin the Danube to t h e
-Egean almost all the complex
lines and the bcwilderi ng colors
that have plagued the careless and
puzzled the studio since the Con
gress of Hcrlin in its wisdom fixed
them for all eternity will undergo
a kaleidoscopic change. It is not
for the map maker to promise a
better world in 1915, but he can
cheerfully ami safely pledge him
self to provide a new one, new in
style, in color and in those com
plexities which make the "bound
ing'' exercises of unforgotten
school d a y s permanent a n d
: ! ' i '
I: i s
11 o t
s of polities,
the ecuritx !
the 1 '"Villi i
An autopsy pcrfoimed recently
upon the body of Michael Man
ning, a laborer 52 years old, who
died of pii"uino:iia in Ikllovue
Hospital, disclose;! what Dr. Cvrus
W. l-'ield of the hospital's patho
logical department said was an
unusually complete case of situs
traiisyersus. The heart was on
the right side instead of 1(M the
left th sMecn xx as ;ilso on the
right s;,l .-. th" appendix was on
the left side, tile gicat stomach
was out of plan- and the lungs
h i ' 1 two lobes each .
Oxer Kio doctors, professors and
medical students were present at
the autopsy. So far as the doctors
i coital judge Manning had suffered
Uo inconvenience- through the
! transposition of his organs.
Wi-'vi: recently had a session w ith
a woman who is calhd frank. One
oi those People who prides l'.el-
scii on tax ing it right out .
being "honest," "0,-4 I j i-
f, , 1
sill eg' what Is
n w e were rasl
n t our ini
n e 11 to s:, v
1 r than
P. O. Uox 51
HARTWIG HARDERS, the Mil
waukee Brewmaster, has personal su
pervision of every bottle brewed. He is
drawing a salary that would make you
gasp because he knows his business.
Fie has given us a beer ideally brewed
under ice?.! conditions. It does not have
to be doped, be:?.u;:e it is 'oiewe;l to sut f
ti 1 1 "
11 vi; 111a
Yon get the benehi of tiiii if. you get
the beer. '
ORDER A CASE FOR FAMILY USE
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HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO.
C. II. HROWX, Manager
SCR AT IRON. BRASS. COPPKR, AND
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Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
VANTED--Two or three first-class
agents on Kauai.
Westinghouse Flaming Ar?
a new lamp specially adapted fcr the
lighting of milis and yards.
Lew maintenance ecsl. High cificicr.cy,
Long burning life.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
KING ST. HCM3LULU
Waimea Machine & Aoloniofeile Works
Geo. A. Bertram, Proprietor.
General machine, Automobile and gas
engine repairs, auto supplies,
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"Fansteel" Electric Iron
Best on the Market
Honolulu Electric Co., Ltd.
House Wiring and Electrical Fixtures
Heating Apparatus of All Kinds
"Columbia" Drawn-wire Tungstan Lamps
Motors and Dynamos, all sizes in stock
Tlant installa tion and repairs
iutellie,enee, whose speech did not
Kive the impression that there was
more behind it that thev didn't
"say it rij,dit out." There is a
time to say everything;. There is a
time to say nothing. There is a
time and nearly all the time to
wait a minute. Those childlike
sayings will not fall so jjiililv from
voiir lips if you stop t o think
ahoiit them for a moment.
:1c xvc don't
the tx-pe i-
'1 imiiv,. Iii-!ea.:
n hotn-t and like a child
d: Ha- oih r . ..mphmi-ntary
"l s :- u ', :; little w ak
1 d . 'r' . iicx . r x i t met a pcr
1 I1 'i-1-'. o imiuiu r. of ti tie
line--, oi ,,:i r...!, ,.r
1 1 v, .
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Blooded Kasl Indian sovereign
princes, despite the many auto
niohiles which are made in Mn-
Khin 1, are flocking to the Ameri
1 hex- are fast abandoning their
Koryeoits formal eciuiianes of state
lor the motor car made in the
I'nit.-d StaU-s and the last news is
that five Maharajahs heads of
Indian proxiu.es have become
owners ot 1 1 udson cars.
Mr. l' !. !Iox.-, the Hu-ison
lie. .lei, kllo.XS xvho the lllotorille;
Maharajah-, are. They are the
Maharajahs of Tikari, Chota Xa-
I pin , Muthxxa, Nowaar and. the
! Xaxvah of JIoL-ra.
Their actions i 11 purchasing
Iludsons instead of Kuj;lih cars
when they become motorists may
ben reflection of the a'titude of
Kast Indians toward the l'ritish
One tiling which appealed to all
the Kast Indians i 11 connection
with American cars, and especially
with the Hudson, was the utter
simplicity. In addition, the silence
of the hitter car when in operation
impressed them, for it has become
known in India as "The Silent
Mr. Howes told how t h e
gorgeous Indian Kijuipages o f
state were becoming a thing of
the past and that the upper classes
were fat taking to automobiles be
cause of the saving of time thus
We Are equipped with the very highest grade
American machne tools and our facilities for the
handling of automobile repair work are
UP- TO - DA TE
Our efforts are to please our patrons, and a
trial will prove to you how easily it is done.
WE DELIVER THE GOODS
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Tel. 32 W. WAIMEA, KAUAI. P. O. Box K.
111 i.it u . l is irue, 111 K'xoi;
'the return in the teachers' contest.
I the figures opposite tin name of
i Mi-s Anderson should have been
j placed to the credit of Mi-.s 1 last ie-,
; and the figures appearing for the
I hitter should have been credited to
, Mis Anderson.
If you desire a good sewing ma
chine, ring up 1 77L., and R. Maehala
will give you a demonstration on the
new style drop case Wilcox & Gibbs.
He can also show you an assortment
of styles in the new store at Nawili
wili. R. MAEHALA, Agent
Store at Nawiliwili.