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THE GARD32N ISLAND. TUESDAY JUNE 24, 1913
SOME FACTS MID OTHERS US WELL I
Those who want much are al
ways much in. need.
While in a lunch room one day
five-year-old Beatrice ordered ome
let, and later her guardian was sur-
. prised, to see her eating the parsely ,
too. "D o you like parsely?"
"No," answered Beatrice, "but I
, hate to see, things wasted."
T o know whether your tele
phone has rung while you arc ab
sent, place a piece of carbon paper
between the bell and the clapperr
When the bell ring the clapper will
make a mark.
Home is a place where men can
swear and do other things that
were it anywhere else he would be
run in for disturbing the -peace.
i Clocks often stop, but they sel
dom stop with the hands at any
.one hour. ' Clocks and watches are
said to stop when their owners die,
'but such .cases are scarce.
If a sponge has become slimy the
condition can be remedied by soak
nig i t i n strong borax water
.Wring it out, place in a fresh sup
ply of borax water, and continue
the progress untill the sponge is
wssto ti-rarn " v .jcx rascal
month?" Wife Yes, dcurr. 1
spoke to the grocer and he'i; pro
mised not to send in his bill till
FACTS FOR TOURISTS
A farmer saw a recipe advet lis..d
for keeping wells and cisterns from
freezing in winter. Having scut a
dozen stamps, he received t li i
follpwing: "Take in your will or
cistern at night and stand it in
front ot the fire."
One bird sits o n a bough and
sings gloriously. Another bird
sits on a nearby bnugh and chirps
And you fancy you get a plaintive
note in the chirping not the nou
of envy, but of longing.
There appears in the Manchester
Guardian the story of the boy who
asked a butcher for tough steak,
explaining that if the meat were
tvnder "father would eat it all."
If the steak were as old as the story,
it would be pretty tough.
If a calender seem.-, too pretty
to distroy, paste a piece of sand
paper over the calender pad and
use as a match scratcher. One of
these will not come amiss in each
room if gas is used.
The motto of a certain women's
club is In great things untidv, 111
small things liberty, in all things
The picture of a man holding a
large fish does not necessarily
prove that he is telling the truth
Photographers nowadays arc too
expert 111 gratting tne picture ot a
fish taken at close range onto the
end of a line held by a man whose
picture was taken at a considerable
;A Rich Discovery Is Made
What counts is what we feel
within, not what we do without.
"Why, Jacky, open thedoorand
let Kaltie in. Don't you see it's
raining?" cried Jacky's mother.
"I can't mamma, said Jacky.
"We are playing Noah's ark.
I'm Noah, and Kattie is the sin
ners; and she must stay out in the
"Every woman knows that al
though she may not be as vapidly
pretty as some of her rivals, she
rejoices in a certain indefinable
charm which gives her an incon
testable advantage over them all."
Wife .(shaking her husband')
"John, wake up! Tha'ts three
times I've aroused you. Now go
and attend to the doors and win
dows; you don't expect me to shut
up, do you?" Hub (grouchily)
I wish you would."
Hub "Have you done what I
asked and saved some money this
Scattered throughout the Caro
line islands, notably at Ponape and
Lele, are massive ruins, one of a
sort of Venice, whose origin is
wrapped i 11 mystery. Hundreds
of acres in some localities are cover
ed by the remains of walls, canals'
and earthwork o f a stupendous
character. Tnere are o 1 d roads
paved with stone blocks, ancient
stone platforms, and on the lag
oons ruins of what were once fish
weirs. The island offers a rich
field for the archeologist.
Kola is one of the most popular
soft drinks in Jamcia. The kola
nuts grown in that country are ex
ported to Ingland, where the sirup
is manufactured, colored, flavored,
and then it is sent back again.
A clever club mother once assert"
ed that a good motto for a city hall
would be: 'What is a city without
city mothers?' ' adding that the time
would soon come when i t will
no longer be asked only of the wo
men, ".Is she good?" and of the
man, "Is he a good citizen?" but
it will be asked of the women, "Is
she a goqd citizen?" and of the
man, "Is he a good man?"
There was a woman in our town
who was so wondrous wise she
used her ears for hearing things,
or seeing things her eyes. And
when she'd hear seen it all, what
did this female d o but use her
tongue for telling every blessed
thing she knew.
Office of Inspector, 19th
Lighthouse District, Honolu
lu, T. H., June IP. 1913.
Local Notice To Mariners.
Hawaiian Islands Molokai
Island, southeast side - - Kainalo
Point Reef Gas Buoy, I, reported
extinguished, will be relighted as
soon as practicable.
C. & G. S. Charts 4116 and
LightList, Pa'cific Coast, 1912,
p. 9o, No. 566.
Buoy List. I9th District, I9II..
By Order of the Commissioner
A. E. Arledge,
Inspector, I9th Lighthouse Dis.
Some Descriptive Pointers
Waimea The Canyon, won
derful scenic masterpiece, easily
accessible on horseback.
The Olokele Ditch, great en
gineering feat amid cliffs and crags
of exquisite beauty, accessible by
carnage. IheKussian rort, on
the bluff overlooking the harbot ,
an interesting relic. The nana
pepe Falls, Manawaiopuna. at
the head of the Hanapepe canyon
carriages go half-way, thence by
e a s v trail 01: horseback. The
Barking Sands at Nohili, an in
teresting freak of nature, excellent
roads for carriage.
The Marine Drive, Boating on
the Wailua river.
The Pole-line Trail, most
teresting ride or tramp into
Regular mail leaves Lihue
Tuesday and Saturday at 5 p,
Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu cdnesdav and Friday morn
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought by
steamers niaing extra trips be-
weeu regular mail days. On days
when the coast mail is due, the
mail boat due 011 Friday, will lay
over and come in on Saturday
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lIlHffiPf "STAR SHIRT"
A Farewell Social
A very pleasing entertainment
was that given at the hospitable
home of Antone Nobriga of Hana
maulu last Saturday evening when
some fifty or more invited guests
attended a farewell party to John
Gonsalves, a teacher in the Hana
maulu school. Dancing and a pleas
ant musical program were the prin
cipal features of the evening. Re
freshments consisting of ice cream"
and cake were served. Mr. Gon
salves leaves for Honolulu next
Saturday, and his musical talent has
won for him, hosts of friends who
regret his departure.
Mrs. Newwed "If you don't
eat my biscuits I shall go home to
mother." Newwed "And if I do
eat them I'll go home to my
mother. ' '
If you desire a good sewing machine,
ring up 1 77L, and R. Maehala will
give you a demonstration in the new
style drop case Wilcox & Gibbs. He
can also show you an assortment of
styles of white machines in the new
store at Nawiliwi.
Tel. 177L. Store at Nawiliwili.
"The Store for Good Clothes"
Nga dauat sa oisan kinsa
nga gosto mag pa yup kargo.
Casaragau ang precio, ug
niaavo usab, na ma na-nahi,
sa bisan wasa nga moda.
D. W. Choy,
G. S. Pitalgue.
Makaweli Kauai, T. H.
Koloa Mercantil Co.
Mga Carato nga
Guini dako nga "Store."
Tg auia aug tanan nga bisan
ansa inong qtiinahang lauon.
bnsa dinhi camo ma-mali
J. I. Silva,
F. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Nitasu and Jlr.ucitwr .Stkkkts
Blacksmith supplies. Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Nag Kalain-lain nga mga
pagcaon sabisan tinsa aug
innong quina hanglamon.
Koloa Kauai, T. H.
Koloa Coffee Shop
Apr. Lot prop.
Mao usab quini bisan unsa
imnong yli-on, Loto nga bo
gas, ug kaea-in nga sood-an.
P. O. Box 490 Koloa.
& & &
Hkad Oifi'icu - Honolulu
Bkakciiks at Hii.o and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transacts a General BakninS
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
1 il jt
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates:
3 Mouths 3 per cent
6, Mouths 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
J & &
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
TAILORING: The American
Tailoring Co. Suits made to order
$15. up up. Guaranteed to 'fit. J.
W. Weinburg, Manager, 225 S.
Hotel Street., opposite Hawaiian
Distance To Points Of Interest
Kapaa landing 9
Kealia J 1
From Waimea P
Or to Olokele
End of Can
yon Road 4
Hanapepe fall 16
Puu Kapele 11
Erom Lihue to
WaHtia Falls 4
Wainiha P. H 7
Kilauea landing 26 llaena caves 11