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THE GAR PEN ISLAND, TUESDAY)" FEU. 25, 1913.
THE CHOICEST TABLE
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 SALE BY ALL GOOD GROCERS
HENRY MAY & Co. LTD.
The favorite S. S. SIERRA, 10,
000 tons displacement, sails from
First-class single to San' Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, $110.
C. Brewer & Co. Ltd.
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
THE KAPAIA AUTO CO.
Our bin 1012 model, h neuter,
niiholsterred Buick, in the ear yim
are looking for if you wM travel
in comfort ami wafety.
Reasonable rates and careful
driven). Sm-eial attention in given
Any time you may M tomuku
a hurry-up call you will fiid us
"on tliti job."
The flour of the west is Sperry,
Best. .', . tf.
2 FROM PURE CREAM TO PERFECT &UTTEE p
. F. MORGAN
. Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu
Kawaihau Auto Co
Service at all boars,
Black leather coverad note
book, (compliments of Lihue Store
stamped in gold on outside) findei
please leave at this office.
We neatly mk mix I mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Everything in thb
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best. Quality Only.
Q. Bo 342 . .Ionolulu.
SHIPPING AND MAIL
Regular mail "leaves Lihue on
Tuesday and Saturday at 5 P. ni.
( Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu ednesdav and Friday morn
ing, During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought by
steamers maing 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
Registered mail closes on mail
days, at four o'clock sharp. Or
dinary mail, at half past four.
For Kaua Ports
W. G. nail, I. -I. S. N. Co.,
Kinau, I.-I.'S. N. Co., every
RELATING TO INSPECTION,
SUPPXESMON, ICRADiCA -TION
AND T. VOTING OF TU
BERCQLOSIS AND OTHER
CONTAGIOUS DISEASES IN
BOVINE ANIMALS, WHOSE
MILK OR THE P -.ODUCl h
THEREOF IS USED FOR HU
Section 1. Anv person having
th control, keeping or possession
of any bovine animal or animals
whose milk or the product thereof
is to oe used tor Human consump
tion, .whether as owner or not,
shall upon reasonable notice by a
proper officer, b e prepared and
have ready all and every animal
or animals, under h i s, her or
their care, whose milk is to be
used as aforesaid, to be inspected
and tested for tuberculosis and
otuer contagious disease uv a
qualified person or persons thereto
appointed by the Board of Super
visors, hereinafter designed as In
spector. Such testing and inspec
tion shall be free of charge to the
owner or owners of such animals.
The Inspector shall when requested
furnish a certificate setting forth
the results of said inspection and
Section 2. All and every, such
animal or animals shall be inspect
ed and tested once a year and all
cow stables o r milking pens in
spected twice a year.
, Section 3. Any and all animal or
animals after having been inspected
and tested and found to react to the
test, shall eithei be immediately
killed and destroyed, or, if in the
opinion of the Inspector, the meat
of said animal or animals to be
killed or destroyed is fit for human
consumption may be slaughtered
and the meat used for food 'or sold
to be slaughtered for food.
Section 4. All and every animal
or animals which have stood o r
passed the inspection and test,
shall be tagged, and all those that
react shall be branded. All branded
animals shall be either killed and
destroyed, sold or otherwise, under
the direction of the Inspector.
Provided, however, that the owner
or owners may be allowed three
months to dispose of such animal
or animals whose flesh is. in the
opinion of the Inspector, fit for
Section 5. There shall be kept
at the office of the Inspector at
Lihue, a book of record for all
animals inspected a n d tested.
Such record mav be inspected by
any person without chaige.
Section 6. Whenever anv ow ner
or owners of an animal or animals
which have been tested and tagged,
puts any untested animal or
animals together with said tested
animals he,s h a 1 1 immediately,
notify the Inspector of said act!
Stables and Dairies.
Section 7. All cow stables and
dairies shall be kept in a clean
and sanitary condition and be
subject to the inspection of the
Inspector at all times. All cow
stables or milking pens should be
kept clean and whitewashed, and
the flooring shall be not less than
four inches above the droppings.
Section 8.' It shall not be lawful
for any person to deliver any milk
for sale, in any bottle or contained
what is u,ot clean or which has atj
opening less than tvo-and-one
half inches wide and covered with
a sanitary cover. All ntilk to be
delivered shall tie clean and in a
Section 9. It shall not be lawful
for the Treasurer of the County
of Kauai to issue a license to any
vendor of milk without such
vendor first producing a proper
certificate from the Inspector as to
the condition of his, her or their
animal o r animals. N o charge
shall be made for said certificate.
bection 10," Anv violation o r
noncompliance of the above
ordinance shall be subject to a fine
of not less than $1.00 or more
than $25.00 dollars.
Section 11. This act shall take
effect at the expiration of 30 days
after its publication.
Home To Roost
The chickens are coming home
to roost. The Hon. Hee Fat, who
1 will be remembered by our readers
as one who has been instrumental,
in trying to evade the stock law
through technicalities, is before
the public in a new role. This time
he will be made defendant in a
case in which he will probably need
all of those grazing horses to pull
him out of. It setnis that he give
certain testimony in a little tran
i saction of going on a friend's bail
for a few thousand plunks, the
purport of which will more than
likely prove embarrassing to the
rice king lefore the end is reached.
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'.. ' ' i -' V. V,,'.
Is the : light weight , champion of
the world. In a fair and open fight
the sturdy Ford, has wm. 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;
Fordhwill go farther on a gallon of
gasoline, run lo lger on a set of tires, '
and be less expensive for monthly j
upkeep than any other. What more I
can you ask for in a car? These
are irrefutable facts established by
the car its itself, and m us t be
maintained. Catalogue on application.
Schuman Carriage CoItd
S7 O ZA KJ
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Wholesale 1 Liquor - Dealer
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No,
I. .-. I . 4
Your pocket book needn't be emptied :tjpt
good smoke- .
"L A I N,5,U LA'R"
a cigar, that h' all , quality nd ejjingat $5.0
'No money put in bands, no foil just quality.
H. Hackfcld & Co., Ltd.
Whole ale distributors
Lihue Store on The H'ie
The Lihue Store building i s
getting across the road stcdy by
jirks. It is being windlessed ever
bv annstrong power and will pro
bably arrive at its destination iu
about a week. In the meantime,
business i s being transacted a s
usual, not a hitch having as ye
occurred to indicate that the big
store is nothing less than a travel
The Hall returned from Hotio-
! lulu this morning with a large list
'of home-coming floral parade
of Oriental Goods
F. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. H. '
NtiAsu and Mkhtiunt Stkikti
. COMMISSION MERCHANTS
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Tbe Garden Island $2,50
Sperry flour the-best every
wtiere, the bakers declare. tf.