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THE GARDEN ISIAUD.
Mortgaee'v Noticepf, Intention
Is the light weight champion of
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the sturdy Ford has won its title
and holds it because it has more
strength for its weight, and can de
liver more power for its size, than
any car in the world's arena. The
Ford will go farther on a gallon of
gasoline, run longer on a set of tires,
and be less expensive for monthly
upkeep than any other. What more
can you ask for in a car? These
are irrefutable facts established by
the car its itself, and must be
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Schiinian Carriage Co., Ltd.
Friends, Customers and
Good Willy build business
We know it and want to thank you for
YOUR GOOD WILL
YOU have shown us during the past year. .
We wish you a
Happy New Year
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The center for holiday shopping
Toys, Books, Papeteries,
Boxes for the Presents, Stick
ers, Fine Stationery in Deco
A. B. Arleigh & Co.
Hotel St. Honolulu.
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THE FINE 1912 MODEL
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4 h. p. 1 Speed,. --$215.00
7 h. p. 2 Speeds, $325.00
Orenstein Arthur Koppel Co.
Pittsburg Pa. Plant at Koppel, Pa.
Manufactures of Railway Equipment
H. HACKFELD '& CO. LTD.
Agents for T. II., Honolulu.
FRKD F. LACKS. Sales Manager. Honolulu.
i THE ANVIL
TRADE MARK REGISTERED
Indicates a steel slu ill shop, fur children. A substantial school shoe, a
stylish well made dress shoe, llijili or low cut, Kid or Calf stuck; button
one-strap, or lari'.
Steel shod anvil liraiul means "made to wear. ' Prices, in sizes 9 to 11,
to if-'.oO. ; in sizes 1 to 2, Sl'.iiu to $11.00.
Try a pair ami prove what we contend.
t McINERNY SHOE STORE
A' FEW REMARKS
The Wise Man Aboul Town
nna or oaie.
-Pursuant to 3 power of .sale h
contained in that rertfcitk niort- ,''
gage made by Isaaka) Kartfyr(k ..jut )
and Umi Kauhoe hiswic,;rorti) '.
gagors,' to Wong AloijiuWch) .'.'.
dated the 18th "day of Jttpe; pr - .
1904, and duly record dftfl the i
Registry Office in Honolulu', Cfty 1
and Countv of Honolufiif Terrifbry 1 ' 1
of Hawaii. in Liner 259, paei
179 to 181 j notice ijfjiefchy gi.yen
that said mortgagee , intends! i i
. ... . .
toreciose aui mor!ige fo$ ton-. - ,
dition broken, tp.-vitT the non- .
payment of interest uil prrticiaV iji
when due.- . t m
Notice is hereby, further given
that said mortgagee will elh.e .
properd' conveyed by s' .ritotf-
gage, ai vuunc nciion inrromoi A
tne L.otyt ilouse iit Kapaa,4JQis- i
trict if Kawaihati, Goftnt.. of ,
Kauai, Territory of H avail jafora-l
said, on SatfirdaJanuary 25lf.
A. D. 1913, at 12:00 o'clock M. f
Dated, Kapaa, Kauai, December
18,th. 1912. -
' Wong Aixhav H
i uv. uiuic- i u.b.i tut IV lil waiif k
mortgage and, to be sold lis fore- : v
said is as follovvs:-v
"All that certain n'rco Ar.n.ni-rfJ ' ''
ui liiiii-i niiiiuiei ill v' lJI-'1v -''S"
tr.ct of Kawaihau, CgTintv if Kau
ai nfortsnid, and lucre j tictilarly
described as foll sjJowil:- f
uegmnirg ai ice riouu Vks$ ..r-. 5
corner of tliis lorrYtl.e..'f"sida , ,i
of the Governnienfc ond and ujj-i ,
ning, i" v' "wtV,. t- i '3
N. 15O50' I!; true STOfia feel
alongTLiovemmem racw tlieiice.
The lii.story f the Indian is alone sull'ieient to estalilisli its superior quali
ty and position as the leading luotoicyele, not only of America but of t lie
Sin-in piodiH'ts I'm the housi-'rpij C
the tradi, tin- la-si tii;n
1 Uil JilLL phinus--alni.iM gooil
I li V . I Inllnlllll! lic ( '
'"This case has some ugly fea
tures about it."
"Then put a good face on it."
Every woman should have an
aim in life, even if she can't throw
a stone with any degree of ac
curacy. "X w if I can get some ac
quaintance to indorse my mile "
"Uelter try some stranger."
"When Mrs. Jibbetts was asked
why she neglected her friends so,
she gave a bald excuse."
"What was it?'
"Is he a very successful sur
"Wry. Nearly all of his pa
tients live long enough to pay
Jarhes Hazen Hyde.
I notice Mr. James Hazen Hyde
he who once attracted attention as
a young man of fashion and in the
insurance business is lecturing in
Paris, where he now makes his
home. A lecturer on the debt of
the United States to France. Oddly
out of character? Oh," I don't
know! It may mean only that Mr.
Hyde has grown a little, has grown
a lot! And that his interests are
really wider than they were. Would
you like to be judged by what you
were ten years ago? I wouldn't!
Nor by what I am to-day ten years
frcm now. They must give us the
benefit of the doubt. We may
have grown greatly t o our advantage.
A writer in a magazine says that
immigrants try to look like Ameri
cans as soon as thev tret here.
Which raises the question. How
does an American look? What is
the tvne? Do vou know? I don't!
That is, I couldn't put my finger
on it though I rather think I d
know it when I saw it. But as
for defining a type well, the men
are mostly clean shaven and the
women are mostly well dressed.
That's as far as I can get. And
as far, I fancy, as the immigrant
can get. The men do seem to cut
their beards off when they've becfi
with us a time. The women soon
Iress very much as w e do. I
should say thev might arrive at
really looking like us, say inseveral
centuries. And then they'll not be
immigrants but sonic of us!
Eighty Years Old.
When Andrew D. White, former
president of Cornell and former
Ambassador to Germany, passed
his eightieth birthday President
Taft sent him a telegram of con
gratulation and expressed the hope
that lie would be spared for many
years to serve his country. Not
many decades ago this hope would
have appeared platitudinous. t It
doesn't to-day. Our whole attitude
toward age is changing. Wherea
We used to pretend to men of 80
that they were not old, the day is
coming, indeed already is, 'when
our saying so is no pretension.
White Satin. V
A very smart little fashion "is
the fad for white satin, 'white
satin collars, white satin cuffs. I
almost think they are prettier tha
lace or linen. The collars really
fit, they are so soft. The odd part
is to see how well they wash, these
satin collars. And the satin shade
of white" is almost universally be
coming. A book might well be
written on the wearing of white at
the neck. No woman should be
without it." In my opinion there
are no exceptions to the rule
In The Bathtub.
i nat s a nne little bit ot news
about the bathtub, how it's better
for the insane than a straitjacket,
tying hands and feet and so forth.
The Mental Hygiene Congress tells
us that bathing is the modern
method of treating insanity. Just
chuck the patient in the tub and
soak him till he's sane! It dqasu't
always cure, but it always helps.
Which isn't strange when ydu
consider what a bath .will do for
anv one of us. The most.. furious
fit of anger will subside .somewha
before it. We often bless tlie man
who first invented sleep. Webugftt
to add a blessing on the man ivho
first proposed to make a bat.htvlb.
The actresses walked out. They
wouldn't stand for it. .nd the
grand ladies, one of whom possess
ed a title, calmly went onsmekili'g.
Actresses aren't nearly as Bohe
mian a lot of them as w'!e hi
clined to think. Some of 'them
have excellent good-'Uaste. mucin
too good to covet notorietvof Ifn
sort, whatever they niv tnihkjf
smoking cigarettes in privlU.v ,
S. 7656' E. tW.39J.'1e,ct4 "H
long Lot No 16 tlitSie; t
vS. 1257' JV.tfuef 241.5 feet' J
long sea beach, thencet , f jr '1
along sea beArh, theiice'
S. 1104-5'Jt.AV.. trae"24
a one son hpnr n. I ipnrp.
..0 , -jj TO i I... , . -v .
S. 12O0' . W. .true 24E.5 feef
along sea beach. Hn rice . , ' d'-t . '
S. :J35&' "W, tre46.f,5 feet '.. , '
along sea lach:fheiie v '
N. 6AW W. ' frue 5'63.'5 -feet
tllnticr tCnrtVi'-1-irni1 . fVito TTni. I
pouli strenitp'lfje )iti"al ppintfl-A .$ ,
nica we? more- or
less t h emvebc4ig. portion v6f
the latins, jfcscritcdJo'.-Rojal
l'atenr. 7373,-:p; A.'B559K . i f:
In T.rtnflililn '. " . ' ' .
Foriurflier rtajKicjJars afjt?y to,
J. MahiAi KarWa'lnia'; Attort for-', . V
iQevrnwrtsragar Kapaa, Kou'ai.ic
or ynteJephQri 208 ivor at the'' jU '
CpintKuUd nti Lih"e or by!.', j',:
teisi)jwrie;3ii.t.4'; xt'Mlxi.'y'f rs"
VTi C . 7
iefptory.Ut Hawaii -
In Dissolution tiie. Waimea
ty'ateV, Cpmp'an.f Li'nite4 whereai, ,
t h e -Vaiiiea-.Water",-vjCoinpany,
iviumv .a.corDor.aiion .established"
anfl ev'fsyng unjiei" arid by virtue
of the laws fot' the.erritory .of
Hawaii, Mias -pvrsuatit - tq law in
such cas,es.rt8 and;.1 provided;
duly filed jn,tliis:.office- a netitlon
fdJthe, . dissolution', d i ; the sard . r
corporat'Jdn.) fa-ifr r; with .a' 'v". .
certificate'-, thereto, anftexed n its? re , j
fluired byi',:"':i--;-rrr. ' ;
Now, thefojei 'notice- is-here b' !'."
given o qiijinajalletsp that '
have. been WWe'n6w;interei in v V
auy nnrler whatspevp in thesaicj . ,;
corporation Jthhl objectlons'ito'the i
grantisg of ihe sai'pAitioir.niust v . 1-' r
be filed in this office. rin'or, befPre
12 o'cloeli, rppn.;Mr(ih '7 9l3 '
not vbe-eranteJ". '
oe p auiyvaiice; ar t e ptnee i
the.nnilersigjnedrni the'Executiyet ; ''
BuUdiftgHpnohilviiit ..2 . o'clock " .
nq,6trbfaid"'l3' 'rb siiow-cause,' V ."
FM.it ion should
Tas'pVTej-ritqry fof Hawaii.'; 'r:
i y ni ill u VLjcyce H i , J Ou .1 V I i y-i
r r m mm - . -
iv o actiesses objected when Lyjjl ';;''-, ? ' :
women in society smokwj ' -
Smoked them in th e,ri 4", , ',A i : ; ' i 'il j
of a big hotel. Smoke Z? laror.ci jose.de? ...;-v
. lit them, at the desl! befor J s 'sa ie i uie stim ot I8;75 -
es ot t ie astounded cleric. 7" zr.r t j - fianjna:
We neatly park
Ikiuaiian Souvenirs. ,
Hawaii & South Seas Ciirio
lieneiit bocietV. nas-bteii"lostind'' '
paiyent'storped, all' A. hre'
warje against caslf(n'g( e tfjfc e !J
Finder will please Veturn a nit tc
Oarpk Isixu ofiice, 6r to" N-f
wfliwilf,0i?ge.A ttXAti i
A,' - rf: - -"C-T
1 Passengers , 'arrived ou" the W. Vt
O. Hull Dec;27vr;Mr;. T. Jart.bs,
Mr;,tv Tobriiier.'iMr. Al J&ss,
Mf. A,'."Gartlvy.Miss II: CanUerv
. tinna. ftir:. ana Mrs. U. Gomes
-Mr- S." l . Statrett, Mr. R. G.
Maehala, ' Mr. and Mrs." Wm..
Werner, Miss M. Payne. . ."
" , '- , ;
'K'u, wnK, always flgli.t i
. Sperry Flour. ' ' Jf,