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tub gardbn tsland, tujesiMy, may 13, 1913.
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But more than that,
It Tastes Good
And, better still,
It Is Good.
Good for Health,
Good for Enjoyment,
I "The Beer That's Brewed To
Suit The Climate"
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Plate Glass- Mail Insurance - Surety Bonds.
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Losses settled honorably and paid promptly.
For rates and other information apply to
PHILIP L. RICE
Resident Agent for Lihue & Vicinity.
By Parcels Post IbhL
liffi "a' PUm 'XeS e''mei to an pos' ""e " "Uai $ 75
This Miwly is taken from cold stoniKO just before the fstflj
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
evkrything in the
Silver and Gold L,ink,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise ok the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
C. F. Lund, late organizer of the
local Moose order, and at present,
representing the liqupr department
nf Hack f eld & Co., is calling on
our merchants in the interest of
this well-known firm,
Charlie Gray came over from
Kapaa last Thursday and remained
over as a guest of the members of
the Lihue Kegel Club.
County Auditor C. A. Maser
was transacting business in Wai-
riiaUhe ladies of the Mokihana
Club will give the swellest enter
tainment this season that has ever
yet been given.
That the chowder will lv
That "Jack" Coney will oversee
That his reoutation asnelimvrlpr
manufacturer, is known in every
nook and corner of the island."
lhat a certain votincr mnn 5
auout tn buy a cute little Ford
That he has asked her to nanm
That she has done so.
That Stuart, the electric 111.111 IS
one populai feller.
lhat he is also a hustler. '
That his business is n strincor.
and that he always has a wire to
lhat he has a line on nearlv
everybody in Lihue.
1 hat the new pineapple cannery
n Kapaa will be a credit to the
That one hundred acres will hr
planted by the comnanv this vear.
That the couole seen snoniiinn-
in the Lihue Park band stand lnt
Sunday eveninc would do w-ll in
seek a less conspicious place for
1 hat it is sometimes bettor tin! in
have your handkerchief initialed.
That Hanamaulu has organized
a symphony club.
lhat it is a howling success.
x iiui wiuii: wean nas ordered a
special sized hat.
That its a girl.
That a certain prominent educa
tor was seen in Lihue last wed- in
company with a bevy of pretty
That when asked to exnlntn din
situation, he replied that he was
simply carrying out a nlnn wliioh
he had adopted and that he had
found worked very sntisfnrtm-v
That this explanation might
satisfy those who know him, but
what about those who do not?
That its too late for the legis
lature, hence he is safe.
That i t is hoped the various
managers of the ball learns will
realize that the nlace for tlioiii
during the progress of a iranii? ic
among the fans-unless called on by
That too many cooks snoil thn
That most any ordinary hold-tin
in a game can be more expeditious
ly dealt with by tlieiioninlcrfereiice
of the managers.
i( That the captain should be
' boss" on the field under ordinary
That the question of umpires
will continue to be one of a delicate
nature so long as officials and mem
bers of the teams permit themselves
to torget the meaning of baseball
v. o. no. 441
Wholesale and Retail Groceries'
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
THE HOI DOCTOR
Fainting If due to the effect of
bad air in a close room or the shock
of hearing bad news, loosen the
clothing of the Datient. sorinkle
cold water on the face and chest,
put a cloth, wet in very cold water,
at the back of the neck, and lav
the patient down with the head
slightly lowered. If the victim
happens to be sitting upon the
chair, or has fallen back upon one
in an insensible condition, grasp
the back of the chair down near
the seat and tin it back slowly, un
til the head is well lowered mid
the lower limbs elevated. This
treatment, and sufficient fresh air.
will, as' a rule, restore rntmniniitt-
ess quickly. It may be wise to
administer a stimulant, such as
aromatic snirits o f ammonia, if
obtainable; twenty drops in a table-
spoontul ot water is a dose which
should be repeated in ten minutes
Artificial Respiration Lay the
victim face downward, and pass
the fingers into the throat, to re
move whatever may be acting as an
obstruction to air; then turn the
patient over, pull the tongue out,
and hold with the hand or an in
strument (a towel, or handkerchief
wrapped about the tongue will
make it possible to hold it in the
hand more easily); a pillow, or
folded coat, should then be placed
under the back in such a way as
to slightly elevate the chest; the
attendant standing at the patient's
head grasps the arms, draws them
up until they meet above the head.
Thus a vacuum is created, and the
air rushes into fill the chest-cavitv;
the arms are then lowered to the
side, and the elbows made to meet
over the pit of the stomach thus
the air is forced out. The arms
should then be carried up again 'in
regular rythmic motion, counting
about four seconds for the com
plete act, about sixteen respira
tions to the minute. As soon as
normal respiration is reestablished
treatment of shock, as told above,
should be given.
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PITHY SCHOOL JESTS
The difficulties which a teacher
in search of a position encounters
were illustrated at a recent dinner
by Commissioner C. N. Kendall of
A good many years ago, when
Mr. Kendall was superintendent 1
in a western city, he had occasion
to write several letters of recom
mendation for a likely voting
fellow who wished to try for the
principalship o f some township
schools in western Nebraska.
Several weeks later, the young
chap returncn rather disconsolate
and the following conversation
Commissioner Kendall "Well,
didn't you land the job?"
Young Chap "Nope, had u o
Mr. Keiulall "Why! That
strange. I thought those letters
would just about turn the trick for
you. How was it?
Young Chap Well, you See
there were five members on the
board. The night they m e t
learned that only two o f them
could read and those two were out
The college instructor should
take pains t o practise what he
preaches says the Youth Com
panion. One member of aclass in Knglish
composition brought his theme to
the rjrofessor after recitation-hour,
in order that the professor might
read a marginal correction which
he had written and which the pupil
had been entirely unable to make
"Why." explained the profes
sor, "that says, "write more
MENDES & SOUZA
Day and Night
Tel. 600 Lihue
How many seed compartments
are there in an apple?" he queried.
No one knew.
"And yet," said the school iu-
spector, "all of you eat many
apples in the course of a year, and
see the fruit every day, probably.
You must learn to notice the little
things in nature."
The talk of the inspector im
pressed t h e children, and they
earnestly discussed the matter at
The teacher the next day over
heard this conversation in the
playground. A little girl, getting
some companions around her,
"Now, children, just s'pose that
I'm Mr. Inspector. You've got
to k n o w more about common
things. If you don't, you'll grow
up to be fools. Now tell me," she
said, looking sternly at a nlav-
niate, "how many feathers has a'
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