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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 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 to hi'jjin
working on that "piece" of Fancy
It i not too early to hi'jjin
working on that "piece" of Fancy
work for the "Christmas (Jilt"
yon are planning. On r V a 1 1
novelties are now lti'iiifr shown
and we would he pleased to send
a lot for your approval.
Flags of all Nations.
The fla of your country stimu
lates your patriotism. Get one
of our "Flan" pillows. They are
different from anything that lias
heen brought out. Price -10c each.
For Automobile and Steamer
wear we have the "liity" Outiiifl
Hat, in Katine. and Linen, with
brim in contrasting colors. a 1 1
hand stitched. Nothing can excel
the-'e comfortable and Miiart look
We are agents for the Knox
Ladie-i' Tailored Hats. Panama
ainl Manila Hats are now being
sold at special prices.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 556 HONOLULU
Gods to island L
Iml enson Smith L td. ISA
The reason that Royal Tailoring
giyes you exactly what you want
is, that it isamade-to-order made-to-your-ideal
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, nrd all new designs.
You select a style from an album
of lhodels designed by America's
greatest tailors. You even arc
fancy free to suggest ,iny special
little individualities o f style or
finish that you may desire. It is a
built-to sttit-vou service and if
you get anything less than perfect
saisfaction you do not take the
$30 and $35
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Authorized Rojal Dealers
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tcr wo could make ourselves. We import
S'JO.OOO worth of meat every month. We
ought to raisu it onrselven. I lie same is
more or less true of rice and fruit and
f-ed --Hills, etc. 1 he real reason for this
is the lack of fanners, farming is a pro
fession calling for skill, intelligence and
experience, just us inucii as any business
.or proiession under tne sun.
The key note ol the convention was
the promotion of the common good with
tjie emphasis on common.
A few months ago the Honolulu Ad
Club organized an expedition to llilo, in
which there was a good deal o t up
roarious fun. but which was actuated by
the desire to bury differences and com
bine on common interests. There wuh u
dramatic and spectacular demonstration,
the burying of the old rusty llilo hum
mer and an enthusiastic compact, to
'land together for the common good
Perhaps no community needed convert
ing more than llilo did, but the sincer
ity of the conversion is evident in the
new altitude and tne new practise ot in
lo. Hut this is good doctrine for iny is-1
land and any community, and oven here
on Kauai we too may eiimhasi.ethoeamo
wise policy. To pursue our own indivi
dual interests, and go our own individual
ways will never minister to the best well
being. To turn ami rend one another, to
discredit and antagonize our neighbors,
and he cynical anil suspicious, this means
community retrogression and coiuijiunity
disaster. If wo are going to advance, we
must stand together, emphasize our
harmonics and forget our discords.
Rev. J. M. Lvdgate's Sunday
Sermon in Lihue Church.
LUMBER TO ORIENT
Recent statistions indicate a
marked increase in exports of lum
ber from the United States to the
Orient. More than a quarter of a
million feet of American woods
arc reported as being used in Sa
moa, Hawaii and the Philippine
Heretofore, it is' s a i d , r a w
materials have oeen made up into
finished articles in the United
States, almost without exception,
and exported as such. With the
discovery by American manufact
urers in the Philippines that they
could import United States wood
and make them u p with profit
there, wood-using factories were
built. Pacific coast woods, in con
sequence, are in many cases taking
the place of the native woods with
sucli picturesque names asapitong,
beer, narra, and yacal.
Douglas nr, according to tne in
formation collected by the forest
service, is the principal wood ex
ported troni tins country, it is
said to be the favorite wood among
insular manufacturers for flooring,
ceiling, siding cornice, shelving,
finish, nd boat work. Makers of
furnitures demand California red
wood and sugar pine, southern
quarter-sawed oak, eastern ash,
sugar maple, and western wnite
Siivas Toggery, Ltd.
"The Store for Good Clothes"
Honolulu Music Company
! llt-gr-ngfig.MM, y
Home of trisctotiiarur (jj
gill T BIBMW.I Mllli
88 KING STREET
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
jComplete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
TO POLICY HOLDERS OF THE
Prudential Life Ins. Co.
The fundamental principle of life insurance
is PROTECTION. We furnish it at the
lou-.t rates. Over two billion, two hundred
million insurance now in force.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 934 Fort St.
Mrs. Deane, daughter of Judge
' I lardy , and mother of Circuit Clerk
Win. Dean, returned last Wednes
day troni an extended visit among
California friends and relatives.
E. II. Mahlum treasurer of the
Kauai Chamber of Commerce and
one of the leading spirits among
the Kauai representatives to Ho
nolulu was ntnong the Kauai pass
engers from Honolulu last Wednes
A syndicate is to build a sky
scraper in New York City, 901 feet
in height. It is to be 151 leet
higher than any other building in
the world, the famous Woolworth
building in the same city being
the highest at present with a
height of 750 feet. The proposed
building will cost $9,000,000.00
and completed by the end of 1915.
It will be compose wholly of
material from the Latin-American
republics and an enduring monu
ment of Pan-American industry.
Those opposed to the use of
tobacco as it injures the health,
will be somewhat astonished at the
hale and hearty appearance of a
French parishoner in Ohio whose
127th, birthday anniversary was
celebrated the other day, and that
the young man claims t o have
smoked a pipe lucessently ever
since old enough to know what the
Physicians in Kansas City have
discovered a boy whose heart oc
cupies a position directly beneath
his left arm. The lad is otherwise
normal and .suffers n o incon
venience as a result of the pe
culiarity. I t is not unusual to
hear that a girl had her heart in
her sleeve, but the case of tile
Kansas City boy, i s attracting
considerable attention from the
Harry Vincent, our popular
wireless operator, is sporting the
very latest in the phaeton line. It
is said that Harry got it for the
sole purpose of going to and from
the boardinghouse. but of course ?
Now Read theAds
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
NOW READ THE ADS -day
Estatis ok Ralph Lyman
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
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed executors of the
estate of Ralph Lyman Wilcox
deceased, hereby give public notice
to all ci editors 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,
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 be for
Lihue, .September 2, 1913.
Anna C. Wilcox,
Chas. II. Wilcox,
Chas. A. Rick,
Executors of the list ate of
Ralph Lvman Wilcox, Deceased.
P. O. Box
H. H. AKANA, Prop.
Walter McBryde, the Booster
from t h c Homestead District,
returning passenger o f Wednes
day's ferrv boat.
Chalmers 30, 1M2
.Model, dooil riiiiiiinu
uunitiuii. Tficpiioim Hfi w tor narticu
Notice is hereby given that in
pursuance with a vote of the An
nual Meeting of the Ilui Kuai Ai
na o Waiuiha held September 4th,
1913, further time for the certify
ing of boundaries of lands now in
possession of members of the Ilui
and 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 Hoard of Direciois
as required by the by-laws of the
Jamhs K. Ai-oi.o,
President, A. K. A. o Waiuiha.
Sept. 23-4 t.
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
PORT STREET HONOLULU
According to an official notice
appearing in today's paper, the
public schools of Koloa District,
are preparing for their annual