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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
" What Kind of a Gas Engine
Do I Need?"
INGECO A general utility ermine 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 IT'S
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 i not too early t begin
working on that "pieiv" nf Fancy
wmk fur Hit- "Christina- (lift"
you art jilaniiin. On r 1" a I 1
novltif arc now Mug Mimwi
anil vt would Ik' pleaded to -cml
n lot for your approval.
Flags of all Nations.
The flat; of your country f-thnu-latc.i
your patriotism, (ict one
of our "Flan" pillows. They are
different fmin anything that lm
Wvn brought out. Price -fOc eacli.
For Automobile and Steamer
wear wo have the "llity" Outing
Hat, in Hatine, and Linen, with
brim in contrasting: colors a 1 1
hand stitched. Nothing; can excel
those comfortable and smart look
We are agents for the Knox
Ladies' Tailored Hats. Panama
and Manila Hats nre now being
sold at special prices.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 556 HONOLULU
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.
The reason that Royal Tailoring
gives vou exactly what you want
is, that it isamadc-to-ordcr tnade-to-your-idenl
service of the highest
sort. Everything that goes into
your Royal suit is planned and
specified by you. You pick out
the fabric from the greatest woolen
showing in America, half a thou
sand strong, ard all new designs.
You select a style from an album
of models designed by America's
greatest tailors. You even ate
fancy free to suggest any special
little individualities o f style or
finish that you may desire. It is a
built-to suit-voti service and if
you get anything less than perfect
saisfaction you do not Sake the
$30 and $35
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H Mill It H HUM
Authorized Royal Dealers
One of the first things that the
Kauai chamber of commerce will
take up, once it gets down to busi
ness will probably be the belt rail
road scheme which has been hang
ing fire for some time.
NOW READ THE ADS
The organizing of the football
team for Lihue will pivr Hi l-inl-.
ing element room to work off some
01 tnat supermious energy which
migni otherwise stime it.
Now Read theAds
IT IS SAID
That the aim of the Lihue Ten
nis Cliin is cruelly t o raise a
That there is talk of placing an
arc light over the court,-
That to make it a success as a
courting proposition, there should
be some way of lowering the light.
That the .crowd of booster dele
gates attending the civic meeting
in Honolulu will be among the
best representatives present.
That Kauai has at last awakened
to its own importance.
That the schools on Kauai have
opened with most of the splendid
teachers who were with us last
That the Hanapepe school rank
ed highest in the Territory last
year in high school examinations.
That some of its teachers are
mighty puffed up over the matter.
That they have a right to be.
That the island is crowded with
livewire traveling men.
That everyone of them is a jolly
That there must be some attrac
tion over Hanalei way for them as
thev were most of them headed
that way last Friday.
That Ben Vickers headed the
That Ben knows a 'good thing
when he sees it.
That the transfer of a certain
school marm, got a certain young
man slighty confused.
That as a result, a big box of
bon-bons got side tracked.
That Lihue's store is to be some
That an up-to-the-minute soda
fountain will be installed.
That a certain pretty young lady
will be the dispensor.
That Lihue has so many of these
that it is to guess who she is.
That A-hana is now the assis
tant hana-haua in the county
That lona, the would-be insane
individual, is still living in Wai-niea.
That this is sure proof of his
That he has learned not to tell
all he knows. '
That if h e did, someone else
might be considered insane or else
That the Lihue Symphony is
about to be pulled from the tombs
That a real fiddler has been dis
lhat the same members will
listen to his nnisicr"
mat tne Lihue band will irreet
the returning boosters on their re
turn from Honolulu.
That the genial director, Joe
Souza, will have a piece composed
especially tor the occasion.
That a certain young man left
Kauai recently for the express
ot purpose staying away."
That she changed her mind
That this is why his name an
peared among the 'passengers for
Art,. .1.-1. , . ..
i uai ne nas ueeiaea to stay on
- That announcement will bemad
That it was all a mistake.
FOREST RESERVE HEARING
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that us provided
by law a public hearing will be held by
tho Acting Governor of the Territory and
the lioard of Commisionera of Agricul
ture and Forestry on Wednesday the 8th
day of Oetoler. 1U1H, at 10 o'elock, . m.
in the olliee of the Board of Commissioners
of Agriculture and Forestry, King Street,
Honolulu (Government Xmery) to con
sider a revision of boundary in the exist
ing Moloan Forest Unserve, Island and
County of Kauai.
Maps and descriptions of the said land
are on file in the olliee of the Sup't of
Forestry in Honolulu, where they nre
open to the inspection of the public.
At tho said time and place all persons
who so desire will Ik- given full opportu
nity to be heard upon the subject matter
of this notice and to prei-cnt evidence and
arguments in. person, by proxy, or by
letter, either foi or against the proposed
change of boundary.
E. A. Mott Smith,
Acting Governor of Hawaii,
The Capitol, Honolulu, Hawaii Sep
tember Hi, 1013.
Traveling salesman Leith, o f
Honolulu's most popular drummers
returned to Honolulu last Satur
day. The shower that visited this dis
trict yesterday afternoon, did the
cane good, and considerably cool
ed the temperature.
Estatjj of Ralph Lyman
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed executors of the
estate of Ralph Lyman Wilcox.
deceased, hereby give public notice
to all creditors of said deceased I
present their claims, dulv authent
cated, even if the same are secured
by mortgage upon real property
to the undersigned a t Lihue
County of Kauai, or to Philip L
Rice, at his office in said Lihue
within six months from the date
of the first publication of this
notice, such date being September
2. 1913. or said claims will bp fnr
Lihue, September 2, 1913.
Anna C. Wilcox,
Chas. H. Wilcox,
Chas. A. Rice,
Executors of the Estate o
Ralph Lyman Wilcox, Deceased
Cli a liners lid, 101
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iiiva?s Toggery, Ltd.-v
"The Store for Good Clothes"
Honolulu Music Company,
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Home of hetLtoMa.rur fjj
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88 KING STREET
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. H. AKANA, Prop.
P. O. Box 5
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance with a vote of the An
nual Meeting of the Hui Kuai Ai
na o Wainiha held September 4th,
1913, further time fof the certify
ing of boundaries of lands now in
possession of members of the Hui
apd used as house-lots or agricul
tural lands is extended for a period
of one year- from September 4th,
1913 and those who are in posses
sion of any such lands are hereby
requested to file their application
for the purposes and have the ap
proval of the Board of Directots
as required by the by-laws of the
jAMItS K. Al'OLO,
President, A. K, A. o Wainilw.
To Prospective Builders
Will perpare plans and specifica
tions for buildings of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construc
tion work anywhere in the Islands.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction. '
FORT STREET HONOLULU
Kennith Cameron, for the last
six years, blacksmith for the Li
hue Ranch Co., has severed his
connection with the firm, and will
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