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.GARDEN ISLAND. W .
J - , , T
1c, a word, per insert. No
WANTED: An xperienced ac
countant, a new arrival, desires a
position. Referencec. A d d r c s s
"X. M.," this office.
The following checks draw n by
JoseGonics on Bishop .& Co. Wai
mea, have been lost and payment
stopped and all persons are warned
against negotiating the same:
Dated Feb. 6 13 Favor
Check No. 94 for $128.53 R. I.
Check N,o. 95 for $12.50 Calif.
Check No. 95 for $20.00 Island
Check No. 97 for S30.00 Water
Check No. 93 for $50.u0 As
sociated Garage. 3t
Certificate No. 12, for 2 shares
in the name of D. W Ouon f
Waimea Water Co Ltd. stock
has been lost and all persons are
warned against negotiating the
same. . '
' The rain of the last week or ten
days has been worth millions to
the sugar plantations.
The new Koloa mill is progrcss-ing-rapidly,
being much in advance
of the specification.
Ring up 24L and tell us the
amount vm can conveniently spare
tor suffering humanity.
ROTARY AND DRILL,
RIVETING & CLIPPING HAMMERS
are carried in
The House With A Reputation For Squareness
J. I. S1LVA. Proprietor.
"Linoleum wa kirei
That's the Japanese way of
giving good adyice, but if you
were telling a friend about
your own household experience
you'd say "Use Linoleum for
your floors: it's clean and
long-lasting." And you'd be
lain and Inlaid Patterns
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.
177 So. King St.
Want Ads !
ad. taken for less than 25c.
o r rent Slightly need
pinno? almost good as
Honolulu Music Co. tf.
Certificate No. 9 for Two (2)
Shares of Waimea Water Co. Ltd.,
stock in the name of Chong Kee
has been lost and all persons are
hereby warned against negotiating
By order ot the directors of the
Kauai Telephonic Company, a
dividend on the capital stock of
the company has been declared
and made payable to the share
holders at the office of the Trea
surer, Mr. G N. Wilcox, at Lihue,
on and after the 31st. March 1913.
R. W. T. Purvis,
Secretary Kauai Telephonic Co.
Lihue, 20th. March 1613
Sperry Hour Best on
the housewife's lioast.
Judge C. S. Dole accompanied
H. H. Brodie to Hanapepe Satur
day evening, returning to Lihue
James T. Carr, with the Ha
waiian Electric Co, of Honolulu is
again on Kauai in connection with
the Lihue Plantation Co's. big
stock by the
de nagaku motsu"
Demonstration by Mrs. West
Begins today at our store
i Come in and try some of the different
kinds of Pastry made right before you with
Califene, the new perfect shortening.
Mrs. West will be glad to instruct you
in the use of Califene, and will present you
with a cook book
(Chiba's old Stand)
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
Will meet all steamers Commercial Rates.
renstein Arthur Koppei Co.
Pittsburg Pa. Plant at Koppei, Pa.
Plantation and Industrial Railway Equipment
Large Stocks in Honolulu of
Portable Track and all parts for Cane Cars.
Dump Cars for Contractors.
H. Hackf eld & Co. Ltd.
Agents for T. H. Res'dt Sales Manager
HONOLULU, T. H.
wdsm "rninr e
A Combination in
Drug Co. r Ltd.
Tlio hiiincnso utook of tlm Hollister Drug Co. is just iw
much at your convonii'iico iw if you ninth) your
puroliiisi'H purxoimlly. Your part comes in the making
of your want known to us; our part eonii-s in tlie care
ful filling of the order with tlti' regard to both your
wishes and our husinesH reputation and the Parcels
Post does the rest, taking the package to your door
- with (lie maximum of speed and the minimum of cost
and delay. i
Shop With Us
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
FORT STREET, HONOLULU
-- . 1 PUBLIC LAND SALE
TO POLICY HOLDERS OF THE "
Prudential Life Ins. Co.
The fundamental principle of life insurance
is PROTECTION. We furnish it at the
lowest rates. Over two billion, two hundred
million insurance now in force.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 934 Fort St.
Fred F. Lacks
' ttawarw a egagg) o reward ninuatm iwkimx osw
Furtherance of Trade
of the U. S. A.
By - Parcels Post
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday
March 29, 1913, at the front door
to the Court House, Koloa, Kauai,
there will be sold at public auction,
under Part V of the Land Act of
1895, sections 278-285 inclusive,
Revised Laws of Hawaii, a general
lease of the following lots: .
Lots 44, 46, 49, 50, 51, 52, 53,
56, 57, 58, 59, 60 and' 62, Lawai,
Kauai, containing an area of 350.0
acres, more or less.
Upset rental $100.00 peranifum;
payable semi-annually in advance.
Term of lease, 15 years from
March 22, 1913.
All boundaries to be fenced.
Reservation regarding land re
quired for agricultural homestead,
reclamation, settlement or public
purposes, and the further condi
tion that the rents of all lauds
withdrawn for -agricultural pur
poses to be fixed by arbitration,"
will be embo'died in this lease.
Purchaser to pay cost of adver
For maps' and further informa
tion, apply to the Sub-Agent, W.
D. McBrvde, Hoihestcad, Kauai,
or at the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Joshua D. Tucker.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, February
In The Circuit Court Of The
Fifth Circuit Territory Of
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
K. Kaukau, (w) late of Waimea
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Allowance of Final Ac
counts, Distribution a n d Dis
On Readirg and filing the Peti
tion and Accounts of T. Brandt,
of Waimea, Island and County of
Kauai, Administrator of the Estate
of K. Kaukau (w) late of ' Waimea
aforesaid, wherein he asks to be
allowed $2,025.17 and charges
himself with $2,025.17, and asks
that the sane may be examined
and approved, and that a final
order may be made of distribution
of the property remaining in his
hands to the person thereto en
titled, and discharging him and
his sureties from all further res
ponsibility as such Administrator
It is ordered, that Wednesday,
the 16th, day of April a. v., 1913,
at ten o ciock a. m. , betore the
Judge of said Court at the Court
Room of the said Court at Lihue
Island of Kauai, be and the same
hereby is appointed as the time
anc) place for hearing said Petition
and Accounts, and that all persons
interested may then end there ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why the same should not be
Dated at Lihue, this 7th day of
By the Court:
D. Wm. Dean,
A. G. Kaulukou,
Attorney for Petitioner
March 11, 15, 25 and April 1
i ne touowing passengers arriV'
ed on the Kiuau Wednesday morn
ing. Mrs. Geo. R. Ewart, Mrs. Juo
Gnbbe, Mrs. B. Cressaty, H. Du-
mont, Miss Welsh, Mrs. H. Ander
maun, Master Danford, Mrs. Wm
Danford.J.K. Farley, Mrs. W
H. Rice. Jr., Mrs. J. F. Arm
strong, Mrs. Daly, A. E. Potter
Mrs. W. P. Filler, R. R. Zane, A
Souza, F. A. Lyman, Francis Gay
Miss Sandow, Mrs. B. F. Sandow
Lyle A. Dickey, R. Kula, S. K
Kaeo, Mr. and Mrs. R. Bannett
Mrs. L. L. Sexton and infant.
I ne touowing passengers arnv
ed on the W G. Hall Friday morn
ing. L. Honiesj F. Broadbent
Miss N. Deas. O.- E. Baldwin, F
L. Turner, Hans Hansen, Mis
D. Lidgate, Miss E. Lidgate, Les
1 i e Wishard, Blanche Wishard
Violet Madden, Miss E. Wilcox
Jas. Hind, Miss K. Wilcox, Miss
E. Low, Rev. T?. G. Williams
Jas. Douse, Mr. .and Mrs. S. B
Thome, S. T. Carr, Mrs. Alex
Isenberg and two children.
A meeting of the' Koloa Athletic
Club was held at the Koloa board
mghotise March 1st. 1913 at 7:30
p. A?. The following "officers were
elected for the ensuing year'.
L. Conradt, President; R. II
Whittington, Vice President; Wm
C. Reichardt, Treasurer; M.
Teves, Secretary; C. W. Girvin
Manager and H. M. Honan, Cap
tain of the Koloa baseball team.
N OW READTHE ADS
The Family Doctor
Here is a remedy for hoarstm.
or a cough: Carefully roast a laroe
cmon in the oven so that tlmlH..
does not break and the juice escape.
To the hot juice add enough white
sugar to make a syttin. To It
tenspooinui every half-hour.
You may make civeniip svm
f half a cupful of sturar and ii.f
enough water to dissolve if, adding
a pinch of cayenne pepper. Cook
ttntil slighly ropv, and take while
Or use plain boilintr.. w.ntpr i..
the following way: After pouring
me water into a basin soak in it a
sponge, bqueeze out the water.
1 hen , holding the sponge to mouth
and n-o s e, breathe alternately
through the mouth and nose, in
and out for ten or fifteen minutes
ud, if you like, several times n
day. Each lime wash the faLe in
A delectable remedy for loss nf
voice is the following: After whip
ping to a stiff froth the white of
an egg, stir in one teaspoonful of
sugar and the juice of half a lemon.
For tickling in the throat, cough
ing and hoarseness a vcrv irnnd
remedy is glycerin heated and rub
bed hot as can be borne over Mm
throat and chest.
To rub on the chest and )npt-
for a hoarse cold take, a wide
mouthed bottle partly filled with
common yellow vaseline, stiring
into it as much turpentine as it
will take up. ,.-
"Syrups for a Cold -This
recipe was taken bv n sub
scriber from her grandmother's
recipe-book compiled before 1827:
Boil one cupfull of molassps. ;I
small piece of butter, two tnh'tp-
spoonfuls of vinegar, a small niecp
of onion and a little hoarhound.
Cook until it is a thick syrup, but'
do not let it candy.
To make mullein svrnn mw
dried mullein leaves with cold
water, allowing the whole to. steep
slowly until strength is abstract
ed. Strain, addii
proportion o f half a cunful o f
sugar to a cupful of liquid, and
boil down to a thick svrnn. T-Toif
a teaspoonful taken as needed "ives
nliiol- T1.: .
b ttf d syrnp may oe
Still another irarden
offers' itself for a syrup. Pare and
slice a fresh turni
dish alternate layers o f turnip
and sugar. The thick syrup that
forms may be taken in. teaspoonful
Flaxseed syrup is made bv boil
ing two ounces of flaxseed in one
quart of water. Strain, add two
ouncesof rock-candy, half a pint
ol lioney, tlns may be omitted-)
and three lemons, including the
skins. The mixture is well boiled.
A small teacnpful the hotter the
better may be taken four times
From West Virginia comes this
recipe: After gathering boneset
otherwise known ' a s thorough
wort in early autum strip off
enough leaves and flowers to fill a
naii-gauon measure. Over these
pour a generous .pint of water
boiling while closelv
ed. Strain and squeeze through a
cloth. .There should
liquid. To this add three cupful of
sugar. boiJinj. again for not more
lthan fifteen minutes, when the
iquid will be thickened to a syrup,
A tablespoonful m a y be taken
three times a day.
A German cough syrup. Boil for
twenty minutes two pounds oj
sugar and two tablesnoonfuls nf
pine tar in one quart of water
When cold enough skim off the
tar, put back on the fire and boil
for five minutes more. A teaspoon
uu may ne taken every hour
two until relief is afforded.
Twelve Months' School
1 wo elementary schools in Ne
wark, N. T., were kept open dur
ing the past summer to test the
advisability of school- t h e year
round. The average attendance
was 93 per cent of the enrollment
The health of the children was
good, owing largely to the fact
that windows were kept open all
the tiine. The large variety and
opportunity of out-door play out
o f school hours which summer
affords no doubt also, contributed
to this result. That the work was
satisfactory appears from the fact
that a larger percentage of children
were promoted tjmn in the regular
cjasses during t,h e usual school
Sperry flour t h e best
where, the bakers declare.
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