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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY FEB. .4, 1913:,..
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THE CHOICEST TABLE BUTTER
There is no other Butter on the market equal to Puritan
We receive shipments by every local steamer, which
insures its freshness and sweetness of flavor.
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The Finest Cooking Butter
Our White Lily Creamery Butter as a Table or Cooking
Butter is giving great satisfaction. Not so fine as "Puritan"
but cost less.
FOR SAEE BY ALL GOOD GROCERS
iENRY MAY & Co. LTD:
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A very delightful moonlight
riding party to the barking sands
was given 'ov Mr. and, Mrs. Kric
Knudsen Jan. 18, 1913. About
tweutv five young people met their
horses' at Hoea. A delicious poi
supper was served at the beach
house. After that the party resum
ed their trip to the sands.
On their way home they stop
ped at the beach house for a moon
Those piesent were Mr. and
Mrs. Eric Knudsen, Misses. Alex
andra Knudsen, Alexandra
Schultze, Alexandra Danford,
Maud l'Orange, Marie Anderson,
Etta Lee, Ella Lee. Gertrude Hof
gaard, Mattie Jordon, Rath.
Mcsscrs. Banham, Devcrill. Berg,
Rankift, Rath, A. Brodk-, Aascr,
Joe Fassoth and Mnrtin Fassoth.
That P'.'.o i-. one of the Ten i
.torv's most popular sports is sig
' nallzed by '-h : l .- 'ciit. departure nf
a crack island Ui'iii that will com
p'ite with a pickel Coast team.
K inai can co'igratiilate herself on
his event in" so much as in Arthur
'Rice, who is a number of the
party, and on the winv.ing side.
Buys A Buick "40"
Y. Tim the popular Grove Farm
auto service man has purchased a
1913 Forty Buick wh ch is one of
the best cars at present in the rent
service. Tim savs he has in;..'..;
such a hit with his new car that
hTs patrons keep him on the go
and that 600 is the most popular
telephone in Lihue District.
A. D. Hills Remains
A. D. Hills desires us to r.ay that
he h is reconsidered his resignation
,s"inana)'er of "the Lihue Ice and
Butter by The Yard
It i s not often that butter is
offered by the yard, but as the Li
hue Store always carries up to date
supplies for discriminating pur
chasers, our readers will not be
surprised to learn that the store has
a block of Puritan butter on dis
play which measures 2 by 3 feet.
This is undoubtedly the largest roll
of butter ever seen in the Territory.
Notice To Mariners
Hawaiian Isi.AXDS-Molokai Is
land, south shoreKaunakakai
Range Rear Light, previously re
ported extinguished, was relight
ed January 22, 1913.
C. &G. S. Charts 4106, 4116,
Light List, Pacific Coast, 1912,
p. 90, No. 563.
B-ioy List, 19th. Diptiict, 1911,
By order of the Commissioner of
A. E. Aut.kihik,
Inspector, 19th. Lighthr use District.
SHIPPING AND MAIL
(VpW READ THE ADS
Regular mail leaves Lihue on
Tuesday and Saturday at 5 p. m.
Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu ednesday and Friday morn
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought by
steamers niaing extra trips be
tween regular mail days. On days
when the coast mail is due, the
mail boat due on Friday, will lay
over and come in on Saturday
The baseball star opened the
morning paper and turned to the
"I want to find out what I have
written." he said.
Continued from page 1.
better results with the slight
change, and judging from her
demonstrations, the deviation from
the set rule might be called an im
provement. Other commendable demonstra
tions were given by Mrs.
Wedemeyer. Miss Akina, Miss de
Bretteville, and Misses Daisy and
The convention was a pronounced
The attending teachers were:
Miss Mumford, H. S. Simpson,
Josephine M . Chamberlain,
Harriet V.. T e f t , Bernice E .
Hundley, Mrs. Ada, J. Fellows,
Jessie Lee Deems, John Bush,
Margaret McClymont. Marion
Hastie, Eva Hastie, Mrs. S. A.
Cliife. Katherine Mclntyre, Etta
Lee, C. B. Morse. Alva L. Gardner,
Louise Day, Mrs. Aka, Alice M.
Harper. Mrs. C. L. Hodge, Bar
bara E'.l.i Lee, Hitoini Sato, Annie
Amana, D. Prigge, Mary E. Blue.
Esther P. Ing, Florence K
Deverill, Lottie' Jordan, Alice Ai,
Anna E. Pung, Grace Chang,
Woon Yin Lo, A. Louisa Dean,
Mattie G. Jordan, Mrs. H. T .
Sheldon, Mrs . Lucy Wright,
Wilheluiina Mengler, Mabel
Hastie, Miss Helen von Aruswaldt
Ruth Zane, Lydia M . Corriera.
Lou Keating, H. H. Brodie,
Ethel Edwards, Mrs.' Kaulili.
Mollie Cumnrings, Emilie Dunn,
Hannah Sheldon, A. M. Wong, M.
Yanagihara, Meta Reidal, Mrs.
Henrv Blake. Mrs. C. B. Morse,
May Paschich, Miss Mary Bryant,
E. Bennett Bridgewater, R. Ida.
II . Wedemeyer, Jubilee Luckelo,
John Gonsalves, Janet Hastie.
Helen Goo, Abbie Mahoe, May
Akeo, Mary Ah Ping. Nora Chang,
Cyril O. Smith Mrs. E. A. von
Aruswaldt, Marie Payne, Julia
Spencer, Dorothy Whittington,
Mis. Richard H. Whittington, Ella
Rath, Marie H . Anderson, Mrs.
D. Lyons. Daisy Sheldon, Elanor
K. Wilcox, Maria Ellis, Ellen Ka
!awe, Lillian Akina, Maud de
The Garden Island $2.50
!! A FEW " REMARKS
The Wise Man About Town
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I heard the other day that En
gineers' row had begun to sport a
symphony club what ever that
meansand that many of our
musicians had enrolled as mem
bers. One of our local Judges is
to blow the cello whatever that
means while each member is to
stand at a moments notice from
the director o f the club who
happens to be no less a personage
than my esteemed friend, Prof.
Sousa. The symphoniers will
surely do some svmphing if Joe
leads them, for he can play to beat
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When I hear as I frequently
do the get-together wail from
those who constitute the popula
tion of our little berg; it reminds
me of the ass who ran up against
a stack of hay and set up a bray
because he couldn't eat it all at
one mouthfull. It is up to those
who are so intensely interested in
such a n unobtainable condition
affairs to go to it instead of
burdening their acquaintances
with their troubles.
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A lady whom I know blightly
doesn't quite agree with the old
story that chicken pox lielongs
exclusively to the chicken family
at least if it ever had anv relation
at all to the feathery' tribe it must
have been winged down from the
Rhode Island Reds, or the
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A friend of mine whose ,iens
produce a f e w golden sheckks
now and then for him, and who is
supposed to be prettv well up in
poultry raising has been found
ignorant of the kind of hen that
lays the longest. He did; say,
however that he had hens wlrich,
while they yielded good returns
from their eggs, yet were always
Barred. , . ,
Are you engaged? Well now if
you ore not, you should go and
see the Makaweli bunch ''En
gaged." Of course I understand
that it is a play all right enough,
but as some big writer before my
time has said. "This woild is a
big stage and we are all actors,
etc.," and I'll miss my guess very
badly if there is not more reality
in that dog-gone play than the old
inquisitive public is aware of. I've
been on the stage and I've also
been "engaged," so guess I ought
to know whereof I speak.
As I gazed on the fluffy cluster
0 f bedecked femininity a t the
teachers' convention last Friday,
1 was struck with the good judg
ment the Board of Education dis
plays in its selection of teaching
material. What puzzles me how
ever is that there are so many of
them single. Of course there is
but one reason for this state of
affairs our boys are too slow.
They were sure a pretty combi
nation, being enchanting enough
to melt the heart o f a wooden
Indian cigar sign. And the way
they can teach! Why had I been
handled as daintily as these misses
performed on their little bits o f
milium niueiimery , us ten to one
that I'd been safely ensconced in
the presidentr.l chair, or even hold
nig aown me postmastership at
Hanamaulu. How about the men
teacnersr u, they cton't count at
least for any very considerable
They're Bridgewater' Brodie,
Bush and Brown,
Each equipped a tin-pan crown
And Simpson, Smith and Prigge
Whose domes are awful biggy
The red and
known as your
were handed m e
and with all m y
couia not figure out how much
property I had, where I lived,
whether I had anything coming or
not, nor. in fact, could I learn after
a day's perusal, what ni y first
move was. Fortune smiled on
me however, when a friend a real
friend blew into my office and on
being let in on a few points, the
chief of which was that I had to
swear, I bounded to mv feet and
talk about swearing! Why it was
the one thing I had been just
dying to do for hours, and so
successful was I, that by the time
the atmosphere cleared my friend
had become a mere black speck
the other day
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kaha P.antation returned from a Honolulu on the Kinar ;
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business trip to Honolulu Wednes
Mr. and Mrs. E. Kohr
among the Wednesdav
arrivals by the Kinau.
upon the Nawiliwili horizon. The
originator of these blankety. blank
reports was no friend of the
printer, so therefore couldn't have
amounted to much anyhow.
J. S o a r e s was f
passenger o n Wednt
J. Santos returned tin
Wednesday's boat. . '
' John Abreu, of Hoi
turned from a business
nolulu Wednesdav. -,-
N. Cabbot was ami!
nau passengers for thi;