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TILEr GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY.' DEC. 31, 1912.
HOW TO GET RICH
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w. cQne Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
Will meet all steamers Commercial Rates.
OF THE INDIAN MOTORCYCLE
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We have heard much of "get
rich quick" schemes, but few of
u s have found them to be of
practical value. They are fine
ideas, but they do not work. Now,
a nice "get rich slow" scheme
ought to succeed. A few days
ago a man gave a certain city a
thousand dollards and told that
city not to use it for 250 years.
At the end of that time it will be
something more than nineteen
million dollars if the man who
told the story figured it right.
There could not be an easier way
to be a millionaire than that.
Just hang around 250 years and
the money is yours.
, Of course none of us could
possibly wait so long for so much
money unless we were asleep, and
that is feist the point. Somebody
ought to fix up an easy sort of a
near poison which would put us
to sleep and the thing would be
done. That should not be diffi
cult. Such a thing must have
been clone at one time, because we
all know that a whole kingdom
was asleep for ever so long, and
might still be asleep if a foolish
youth had not wakened Beauty,
and nobody else would stay asleep
after Beauty w a s awake. And
even in our own time, or at least
much closer to it, there was Rip
Van Winkle, who slept for 20
years. If he had not been so
shiftless, and had put a little
money in the bank before he went
to sleep he might have been com
fortable fcr the rest of his life.
And so, if everybody who had a
thousand dollars would put it in
the bank and take some sleep
generator he could wake up in 250
years or 200 years or a hundred
years, according to how rich he
wanted to be, and would be a
millionaire. Even if a person did
not have a thousand dollars to
begin with he could in the end
have a few millions. Of course if
everybody was going to be rich
it mieht not be so much fun, but
we would get used to it after
while. There would not be any
trouble about getting somebody to
stay awake and take care or tne
banks, for a great many people
have entirely too much money
alreadv and a great many more
would not take chances of losing
what they had even for $20,000,000.
There is just one serious draw
back to the scheme, and that may
make it impossible. What are we
going to do about the cost of
living? Two hundred and fifty
years is a long time and the cost
of living would grow so much in
that time -that $19,000,000 would
look like 19 cents instead of like a
thousand dollars. And no power
on earth can ever put the cost of
living to sleep.
Compiiny imiioiUHv no less tliiin u dozen
iiildi' Vial iL'W tVU'lJ'Sf i'1 their 11113
iniMleif the lniliim iiuXireyele.
By 'farb93K!a4!MiRHiilr.nnt feature ol
t he new machine i.s the C'rmlle Spring
Frame. It is Hoiiietliiiix entirely new, a
radieal lepartu' from, the conventional
bicycle ami rccejit motorcycle systems of
"Hprink'intf.'' Brielly,. the new device
consist ot ,thc:: apulieittion to tlx rear
wheel of the liiTiantt raille Spnnir ilcvice
ichine. Then' is no "hottoiu" to this
i spring device, J he lite ot the machine
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The Fni'inecriiij' Department of the
Hemlee Mfir. Co. ilevotecl IK months of ex
haustive test to the Cradle Sprint; Frame
iH'fore finally decidini; on its adoutioii lor
all models of the tl: Indian
III addition to the Cradle Spring Frame,
ihe l!i: Indian embodies 10 other nil
port ant improvements which will lie up
predated by motorcycle riders in general
us used on the fr
Extending l ack horizontally lrnni the
frame joint cluster under the Vaddle,
llankinj; the roajMni.1'! jjuard, are two 7-li-af
Chrone Vanadium sVcl springs. The
"C" thaM'd curls at the rear end of
these springs are connected by stays to
U'll-cranks on whic.h the rear axle i
him;;. The forward end "f the rt'"r ''"'k
has a hiut'e joint which enables the rear
Wheel t( yU'iJ- bKijyjjerfections of road
surface. All shocks are completely ab
sorbed by the leaf springs. The rear
wheel can n through almost any vertical
motion without atfrrtinjrlhe body of the
for the past jl'riees remain the sine as last year.
New style, sinli clinch rims; larger
tires, wider mud guards front and rear
with larger splashes; casing lor upicr
stretch ol transmission chain and curve
ol sprocket; larger lu'ae carrier in
rear, fitted to all models; foot rests, as
well as pedals, titled to reunlnte 4 h. p
and 7 h. p. models; foot break lever fitted
on left side now operates band brake a:
well as the pedal action; larger size mill
tiple disc clutch now lilted to all model
alike; improved Indian type Middle.
All I'.'i:'. Indians will he chain driven
ami finished in Indian red only.
E. O. Hall & Son Ltd.
Sole Agents tor the Territory
-Sj1 on easy payment
w rite for catalogue prices.
TUBES CANNOT BE
Have tjou ever been in a itrry to reach a certain point and had the misfortune to
puntlure a lube? Then $ou will appreciate the fat! that the Nawiliwili Garage
has tafen the agency for a preparation which is absolute guarantee against punc
tures. On Various demonstrations, hundreds of nails were driven into a tube with
no indication of a puncture. Auto users are entirely fee from Torr) over possible
punctures, which means a saving of much Valuable time.
DEMONS TR A TIONS
The best flour known,
home Sperry flour.
Bishop & Co.
Honolulu, IIii.o, Waimea
Transacts a General Bakntng
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Jt . ,
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 pr cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
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Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rttts:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
He Got It
There are manv ways to get
money trom people, ana in tnese
davs when it is often necessary to
raise various sums for missionary
and other church work, the minis
ters of the gospel make all sorts of
moving appeals. But the preacher
who takes the prize in this line of
endeavor so far is an old colored
man down south.
"We has a collection to take up
dis mawin'," he said: "a collec
tion for a mos' important cause.
an' we needs as much money as
we kin git. But, fob de sake of
your reputations, whichever o I
you stole Mr. Jones' turkeys don't
put nothin' in de plate."
That was how he got money out
of every member of his congrega
The Eleele Store
The House With A Reputation For Squareness
J. I. SILVA. Proprietor.
Ride fUf Kin8f
the Silent 1" Motorcycle
Prices f. o. b. Nawiliwili, Kauai.
4 IIP battery Social $170.00
4 111' Magneto Special $11(5.00
4 M III' Four Fifty
8 IIP Twin Cyclindcr sfL'C.tUH.I
C. ACIUiXti AI
I'. (. box til! bibue, Kauai.
AGENTS FOR THE HAWAIIANI SLANDS
Let Us" Do Your-
Territorial Messenger Service
Local and Personal
Miss Hofgaard left for Honolulu
Saturday, to be gone until the end
If one gave voice only to one's
thoutrhts one wouldn't talk so
Hon. D. P. R. Isenberg is spend
ing the holidays with the Rev.
and Mrs. Hans Isenberg.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Werner
of Hanalei, returned from a trip
to Honolulu by the Kinau.
Misses. Amelia and Dora Grote,
two of our popular young ladies,
and students of the Honolulu Nor
mal school are spending their holi
day with their parents.
Engineer Girvin of Koloa plant
ation was a holiday guest of Lihue
Sperry flour Best on the coast
js the housewife's boast. tf.
Harry Armitage. II. Cushnian
Carter. Samuel A. Walker.
Harry Armitage & Co.
Stock and Bonds
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
P. O. Box 683 Telephone 2201.
Cable and Wireless Address:
i CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Sole Agents for
lntenatioiial Stock, Poultry Foot I
mid other HK'cialtict. Arabic for
coltiug Iron Hoofs. I'etaluma In
cubator and brooder and scratch
cr. Kino's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
SA UERBR UNNEN
from the famous Hartz Mountain springs
in Germany. A delightful table water
refreshing, pure and healthful. Blends
well with all liquors.
Order a trial case. You will like it
H. Hackfeld & Co.