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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
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Spi'ir.v Hour Best on t hi- mast
IS till' llfMISCWifc's llDIISt. If.
.sperrv products for tlic limine
wife, tin- truck-, the best tnat
in tide . tf.
All the excursion and sight-seeing laun
ches al the great 1915 San Francisco Pair
will be equipped with "51 AINDAKU
Marine uas Ungincs.
Because the "STANDARD" Gas 9
Engines are Efficient Engines, that's why.
In this Territory,
"Standard" Gas Engines
M arinc and Stationary I
are sold exclusively by the
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Our New Department
v v Masons
For detailed 'information: write
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
TO POLICY HOLDERS OF THE
Prudential Life Ins. Co.
The fnnd.muMil.il principle of life- insurance
is PROTECTION. We furnish it at the
lowest talcs. Over two billion, two hundred
million insurance now in force.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 934 Fort St.
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The Popular Store
We have a new Delivery Wagon
This siotc has engaged the ivseUs of a new .leli vei man to
take k.i.hIs in our customers on the oihei islands. His name is
1'iu'lc Sam. He is the world's UadiuR expert in his line. He
nets there with the Roods. He is can fill and ltonist. He bee an
woik with us on February 1st. In other words, since the lin.t
of that month we have availed oursekes of our privileges umkr
parcels jmst ami send you goods from our store BY MAIL.
Send your ordeis for all classes of drgoods- am thine, that
iloesu t exceed eleven pounds in weight we will send to von 1
tree dcliven The seivice wont cost ou a cent.
WE PAY THE POSTAGE
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 556 HONOLULU
00 YOU BEAD THE GARDEN ISLAND?
are individually made to order in the two
greatest custom tailor organizations in the
worid at Chicago and New York.
Al $20, $25, $30 and $35--and even
for as little as $ 1 6 and $ 1 7 you can get
the utmost in tailoring through the Royal
All PURE WOOL absolutely-and
gun ran teed to please, or no sale.
Authorized Royal Dealers
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wnhiawa, Telephone No. 7.
Traveling Man Has
Stylish Hudson Car
I). L. Austin, of T. II. Davies
cc Co., arrived Wednesday, brinii-
ing the first traveling man's auto-1
mobile ever brought to the island.
It is a Hudson, has a frame in the
rear on which as mple trunks are
placed, and is otherwise fitted up
for the comfort and convenience of
the traveling man. From the evi
dent satisfaction Mr. Austin i s
getting out of the new transporta
tion method, it is an assured fact
that others will adopt the sam.
mode of getting about. There are
a number of trucks on Kauai, a
sufficient number to accomodate
the traveling men, were it possible
to have thoni with us by degrees
instead of by squads. The boys
usually arrive in a bunch and there
is a general scramble for transpor
tation. It is to remedy this condi
tion as much as possible that
Davies & Co., has" fitted M r .
Austin .with this classy little
' KOLOA KRINKLETS
Mrs. R. L. Wilcox and party
spent a part of last week at the
beach house of Mr. a n d Mrs.
Mrs. Mary Piinioku will be Ko
loa's delegate to the Territorial
Sunday School convention which
will convene in Honolulu soon.
Mrs. Schinimelfeunig will go to
Honolulu Tuesday to be present at
the graduating exercises o f the
Honolulu Normal School. Her
daughter, Miss Helen will be
among the 1913 graduates. Koloa
will be represented by no less than
three of her popular girls in the
19I3 graduating class of the
Mrs. John Bush is in the Koloa
hospital, suffering from an accute
attack of stomach trouble.
Silva Costa was recently brought
home from Ilanalei with a broken
arm. He is confined to the local
hospital and is reported doing well.
Misses M. Kaulili, 11. Uertlenian,
T. Brandt . Master C Berltman
and Willie Smith, were through
passengeis on Wednesday's Kinau.
Judge L. Dickey was over here
from Lihue Thursday testing out
his new Buick.
i Joe Jacinth has been engaged as
ja clerk in the Koloa inercantill
Master Ilanaike is home for his
vacation, being a n incoming
passcngrr on the S S. Kinau.
John Honan one of Makaweli's
expeit ball players, is rapidly improving.
Prohibition Ticket Is
Again Up For Trial
Washington, D. C. May .10.
Prohibition for Hawaii is to be
agaiil agitated at an early day.
Senator Gronna has a bill pending
forbidding the sale of intoxicating
liquors in the territory. He pre
dicts its acceptance and believes it
inav be possible to obtain favorable
action during the extraordinary
session. He has already applied
for hearings on his bill before the
committee on Pacific islands and
Porto Rico. Chairman ShafTroth
has announced that the request
will be granted.
No date for the arguments has
been fixed. Mr. Gronna is notify
ing those interested to arrange a
suitable and convenient time and
he will have the reservation made
for them. It is expected that seve
ral temperance workers will come
before the committee within a few
weeks and express their views on
the liquor traffic in Hawaii.
Phone 178 Nawiliwili
(Chiba's old Stand)
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
(Will meet all steamers Commercial Rates. Careful Drivers
Fresh Haas' Candy
By Parcels Post
Half pound boxes delivered to any pos offic
Tw0 " " ' " "
This candy is tnken from cold gtonif
mail cIdm'S, ami comes to you in fir."t c
BENSON, SMITH i
Box 426 Sole Agent!
Kauai $ .40
" $ .75
Honolulu Music Company
86 KING STREET'
, litre fsaaaH, ci.
Fair A Big Success
The benefiit sale held at the re
sidence of Mrs. W. IT Rice, Sr.,
last Friday was gcneiously patro
nized, the young ladies realizing a
handsome income from the sales
department. There were games of
various kinds which were sources
of considerable revenue also, and
aside from the financial success of
the fair, Juvenile happiness was
spread all over the lawn.
Mrs. Brown Recovers
Mrs. II. C. Brown, wife of Prin
cipal Brow n of the Waiiuea school.
i has regained her health sufficiently
to enable her to resume her class
room, to the undisguised delight
of her children, and her host ot
friends. Mrs. Brown is one of the
1 Territory's most excellent teachers
and a woman whose charming per
I sonality endears her to all who
, come under its fascinating intlu
Holy Ghost At Eleele
The Catholic Church of Kleelc
will hold its annual Feast of the
Holy Ghost on Saturday evening
ana ounciny, June 2ist am! 22nd
It is understood that the elaborate
plans for entertainment include
the presence of the Lihue Band, as
well as several unique and startling
.schemes for arousing the interest
of those who attend,
All are cordially invited, and the
popular I.emos has made t h e
necessary arrangements toward
guaranteeing a heaily reception
and pleasing welcome. We under
stand that "fire-works" are a
feature o 1 the evening's excite
ment. Trains will be run from
Makaweli and from McBryde mill.
Thievery At Waimea
An epidemic of thievery seems
to be on the increase in Waiiuea,
the chief object of the night
workers, being wearing apparel.
Someone should nut the guilty
fellow wise to the fact that Sheriff
Crowell will, upon a confession of
his desire to obtain free clothes,
dress him up in an easily dis
tinguishable uniform, entirely free
of charge, for about six months,
with kau-kau thrown in.
Mrs. Schiunnelfennig of Koloa
leaves for Honolulu this afternoon
to be nreseut at the commence
ment exercises of the Honolulu
Normal. Her daughter will be one
of the 1913 graduates.
is one in which the merchant him
self has implicit faith else he will
not advertise it. You are safe in
patronizing the merchants whose
ads appear in this paper because
their goods are up-to-date and not
shop-worn : : : :
Lihue Library Books
Don Zuiote Zools
The Social Direction ot K volution
lhe Heredity of Richard Roe
Common Diseases Hutchinson
The Auto Diography of an Indivi
'Hie Spell of the Rockies
Ivucken & Bergson Hermann
Krancesca da Rimini D'Annuizio.
The voice Margaret Deland
Grey I'riais Hobby Atkinson
Aineiican Nobility Pierrede Con
levan Charge It. Bacheller.
J. M. IvYMlATH,
Among the graduates of the Ho
nolulu Normal this year will he
the Padgett sisters of Makaweli.
Mr. Padgett will probably leave
f o r Honolulu Saturday t o b e
present at the graduating exercises.
Lighthouse Establishment )
Ol't'ICK OK Inspkctok, 19th
LlCHTHOUSH DlSTKIQT, HONOI U
UJ, T. H., June 10. 1913.
Local Noticu To Makinjjrs.
Hawaiian Islands - - - Molokai
Is.and. southeast side - - Knmalo
Point Reef Gas Buoy. I, reported
extinguished, will he relighted as
soon as practicable.
C. & G. S. Charts 4116 and
LightList, Pacific Coast, 1912,
P. 9o, No. 566. - y
i,i.-i.. iviu uistrict, I9"iT
P- II. . V
By Order of the Commissioner
A K. Aki.kdcji:,
Inspector, I9th Lighthouse District.
A special meeting oi the Board
of Supervisors was held this morn
ing for the purpose of planning an
Light, white, always right-
Sparry Flour. tf.
. Representative Milton of the
! Home insurance Co., is on the is-
land, a n d together with Philip
! Rice the local manager, is st irring
tilings up along the insurance line..
Since the invasion of our local
field by these two wide-awake in
surance men, the Home Insurance
Company has increased iissi;iii.li.r
: . t
by leaps and bounds.
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