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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
"What Kind of a Gas Engine
Do I Need?"
INGECO A general utility engine for Farm, Dairy,
Coffee Mills, Pumping Plants', etc. Adap
table to all needs.
STANDARD An engine well known locally for its
fine performances. Burns gasoline,
benzine or distillate. 411P to 150 HP.
FRISBIE ' ' The All Day Motor. ' ' A high-speed marine
and stationary engine.
For further particulars, ask the
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
THIS TIME ITS
But it's Good Paint and you'll feel better when
the job is done and you see your house, barn or
outbuildings shining in new coats of color.
IT'S W. P. PULLER & CO'S PAINT
and there's a kind made for every need, inside or out.
More details from
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
It in not too early to liejjin
working on that "piece" of Fancy
work for the "Christmas tiift"
yon are planum;. On r K u 1 1
novelties are n o v leiiig blmwn
and we would be pleased to send
a lot for your approval.
Flags of all Nations.
The Has of your country stimu
lates your patriotism. Get one
of our "l"laj-" pillows. They are
diderent from anything that lias
leen brought out. Price 40c each.
For Automobile a n d Steamer
wear we have the "I'ity" Outing
Hat, in Hntine, and Linen, with
brim in contrasting colors a 1 1
hand stitched. Xotliiug can excel
these comfortable and smart look
We are agents for t h e Knox
Ladies' Tailored Hats. Panama
and Manila lints are now being
sold at special prices.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 556
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.
it's Wrong to Wear
Perhaps if Royal Tailoring
cost more than ready-made
clothes, you could excuse
yourself for not securing
Royal garments on the
plea of economy.
But when you consider that you
can order a real Royal-Tnilored-to-Measure,
fit guaranteed, All Wool
Suit and tailored into your selec
tion of 500 exclusive fabrics at a
price no higher than the slipped-from-the-shelf-kind
W HAT ex
cuse can you possible make?
Come in and sec that master
Authorized Royal Dealers
Of intentoin to fo close mortgage and of
a Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd. 1B
JUg Box426 Fort and Hotel Strettt on. lBm
Pursuant to a power of sale contained
in that certain mortgage made by K. J.
Morgan and Catherine 1'uakou Morgan,
his wife, Mortgagors, to the undersigned
Joseph Scliarsch, Mortgagee, date d
February 1-Jth, 1(110, and recorded in the
ltegitry Ollice in Honolulu' Hawaii, in
Liber 3211, pages HOI) to 311, notice is
hereby given that said Mortgagee intends
to foreclose said mortgage for condition
broken, to-wit the non-payment of prin
cipal and interest when due.
Notice is hereby further given that
said Mortgagee will sell the property
covered by said mortgage at public auc
tion in front of the Court House at Ka
pa i, Kauai, T. II., on Wednesday the
tenth (10) day of September, 1013, atthe
hour of lli:00 o'clock noon.
For further particulars inquire of the
undersigned at Kapaa, or of J. Mahiai
Kaneakua Esq, Attorney for the
Mortgagee, at Kapan or at Lihue, Kauai,
or by telephones 322 or 208.
Dated Kapaa, Kauai, August 9th 1913.
The property described .in said mort
gage, and to be sold as aforesaid is as
1. All those pieces or parcels of land
situated at l'ilaa, Koolmi, Kauai nei,
leseribed in Hoyal Patent xNo. WJ.), L,
C. A. 02C") to Opukea conveyed to said
J. Scliarsch by deed recorded in Liber
74, pages iu.) aim iut.
All that certain piece or parcel oi
and situated at Pilaa aforesaid contain
ing an area of one rood and 25 perches
and conveyed to said J. Scliarsch by deed
recorded in Lilier 93, pages 324 unci 325.
3. All that certain piece or parcel oi
land situated at Pilaa aforesaid described
in Hoy"' I'atent No. (12(10, L. O. A. 4320
to Kaehaand conveyed to said J. Scliarch
by deed in Liler 141 page 173. All of
which premises were conveyed by said
mortgagee to said E. .1. Morgan by deed
dated February I4tli. 1910, and duly
recorded in the Registry Ollice in Hono
lulu. Aim. US. 20. 27, and Sep, 3, 10, 1913.
ma Kapaa, a i ole ma Lihue,
Kauai, a i ole ma ke telepona helu
322 a i ole 208.
Hanaia in a Kapaa, Kauai,
Augate 9th, 1913.
Mea Paa Moraki.
O ka waiwai i hoikeia maloko o
ka palapala moraki i oleloia a e
Kuai ia aku ana, penei
1. Kela mau ,apana aina apau
loa e waiho la ma Pilna, Koolau
Kauai nei i hoakakaia tna ka Pala
pala Sila Nui Helu 4029, Kuleana
"Helu 6265 i hookoia no Opukea a
i kuai lilo ia mai ia J. Scliarsch l
oleloia ma ka Palapala Kuai i ka
kaukopeia ma kaBuke 74, aoao 105
a me 106.
2. Kela apana aina apau loa e
waiho la ma Pilaa no nona ka nui
he Hookahi ruda ame 25 peka a i
kuai lilo ia mai ia J. Scliarsch i ole
loia ma ka Palapala Kuai i kakau
kopeia ma ka Buke 93, aoao 324
3. Kela apana aina apau loa e
waiho la ma Pilaa no i hoakaka ia
ma k a Palapala Sila Nui Helu
6260, Kuleana Helu 4320, i hooko
ia no Kaeha a i kuai lilo ia mai ia
J. Scliarsch i oleloia ma ka Pala
pala Kuai i kakaukopeia ma ka
Buke 141, aoao 173.
A oia mau apana aina apau loa
ua hoolilo ia aku e ka mea paa mo
raki ia E. J. Morgan i oleloia ma
ka Palapala Kuai i hanaia m a
Feberuari 14th, 1910, a ua kakau
kopeia ma ke Kecna Kakaukope
Hoolaha Hooko Moraki A Ka
The above sale has been
postponed until Wednesday,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Last Friday a pleasant dinner
was enjoyed at the Waimea Hotel,
Purser Akau being the host and
Mrs. Morton the guest of honor.
Those who enjoyed the pursers
hospitability were Miss Silwi, Mr.
Aldrich, Mr. Vickers, Mr. Leith
and Mr. Sherwood.
Class In French.
Mr. II. Vincent will shortly
commence a class in French. Any
desiring to join same please com
municate with him. Rates 2.00
per month two lessons pi week.
Mea Paa Moraki, Ame Ke Kuai
Mamuli o kekahi maua kuai i
hoikeia maloko o kekahi palapala
moraki i hanaia e E. J. Morgan
ame Catherine Puakou Morgan,
kana wahine mare, i ka mea nona
ka inoa malalo iho oia o Joseph
Scliarsch ka mea paa moraki, ma
Feberuari 14th, 1910, a i kakauko
peia ma ke Keena Kakaukope ma1
Honolulu, Hawaii, ma ka Buke
329, aoao 309 a hiki i ka aoao 311,
ma keia ke hoolahaia aku nei ua
makemake ka mea paa moraki e
paniku a e hooko i ua moraki la no
ka uhaki ia ana o. ka olelo aelike,
oia hoi; ka ukti ole ia ana o ke ku
mupaa ame ka uku panee pu i ka
mauawai hoikeia no ka hookaa
Ke hoolaha pu ia aku nei ma ke
ia e kuai lilo aku ana ka mea paa
moraki i ka waiwai i hoikeia malo
ko o ua moraki nei ma ke kuai ku
dala akea ana ma ke alo iho o ka
Hale Hookolokolo ma Kapaa,
Kauai T. H., ma ka Poakolu ka la
10 o Sepatemba, 1913, ma ka hora
12:00 o ke awakea.
No na mea i koe e niuau ka mea
nona ka inoa malalo iho nei mia Ka
paa, a l ole ia T. Mahiai Kaneakua
;Esq. Loio no ka mea paa moraki,
Estate oi Ralph Lyman
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed executors of the
estate of Ralph Lyman Wilcox,
deceased, hereby give public notice
to all cieditors of said deceased to
present their claims, duly authenti
cated, even if the same are secured
by mortgage upon real property,
to t 'h e undersigned a t Lihue,
Cout-ty of Kauai, or to Philip L
Rice, jt his office in said Lihue
within six months from the date
of t h e first publication of this
notice, such date being September
2, 1913, or said claims will be for
Lihue, September 2, 1913.
Anna C. Wilcox,
Chas. H. Wilcox,
Chas. A. Rice,
Executors of the Estate o
Ralph Lvman Wilcox, Deceased
wM " A amarmer is guJdcJ Ly a Star.'l
B ill llill 80 ' 8 omart reS5er tfuiJeJ by a BV
Silva's Toggery, Ltd,
"The Store for Good Clothes"
FOR SALE ST
mers 311, ltil
condition. Telephone wfi u for iarticti
Now Read theAds
Honolulu Music Company
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fj) florae of JKi
88 KING STREET !jLJ HONOLULUJ.H.
S. OZAKI I
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102.
Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7
Every automobile owner to know
that they can have their Tires and
Tubes vulcanized at the
and save the trouble of sending
LET US PROVE OUR ABILITY
H. W. AKANA, Prop.
P. O. Box 5 WAIMEA,V KAUAI
Crowell Gives Party
W. O. Crowell gave a Kuice at
his home last week which was
greatly enjoyed by the returning
Honolulu students, in whose honor
it was given.
Drake the genial representative
from E. O. Hall & Son is making
his regular tour to our island
dealers. "Yere looking reel
bonny" was the comment made to
him bv one of our local merchants.
Yes and he is there with the goods
The Misses Daisy and Hannah
Sheldon are back from a pleasant
vacation spent on Maui.
A purse containing S68.00 be
longing to Mr. Fernandez of mov
ing picture fame, was either lost
by him on the street near the hall
or stolen bv someone in the hall
itself, last Saturdav night. As Mr.
Fernandes is uncertain as sb the
exact time and place he last had
the money in his possession the
evidence which might lead to a
conviction is rather vague.
W. Fernandez's show last week
was greatly appreciated in Waimea
where a full house attended both
nights. "The Trail of the Lone
some Pine," was rendered by
special request, by . the Aflague
sisters, whose talent received great