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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
Excellent Meat I J&j J I jj j 1
Si now open. We have secured the services of j ill llwRHm 1 3
II MR. NAPOLEON, an experienced cutter, nrd I 1 M
1 can assure our patrons that they will be abk- i jM ) irmWmilwmmWIk M MX
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"What Kind of a Gas Engine
Do I Need?"
1NGEC0 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. 41 IP to 150 HP..
FR1SBIE "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 colo'r.
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.
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I Our delivery is at your service every day 1 illw -y
I 1 BttlM A O a mariner is guided by a Star, j9
-j H tSlrlllllllw JUJl. eo is a amart dresser guiJed by a 9
xcept ounday 1
W I 111 fill I $1.50, $2, $2.50 and up I
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X I. J. JL. JL AJ
It if not too early to licgin
working on that "niece" of Fancy
work for the "Christinas (iift"
yon are planning. On r V u 1 1
novelties are now Iwiiuj shown
and we would lc pleased to send
a lot for your approval.
Flags of all Nations. ,
The llaj of your country i-timu-lates
your patriotism. Get one
of our "Fla;,'" pillows. They are
did'erent from anything that has
ln'i'11 hn iwlit out. Price -JOu each.
For Automobile a n d Steamer
wear we have the "ltity" Outing
Hat, in ltatine, and Linen, with
brim in contrasting colors a 1 1
hand stitched. Nothing can excel
these comfortable and smart look
We are agents for t h e Knox
Ladies' Tailored Hats. Panama
and Manila Hats are now being
sold at special prices.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 556 HONOLULU
IjBj Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd. IB
flJBje Dox426 Fort and Hotel Sir fit Honolulu
spring at a low stage to. be about
30.000 gallons per 24 hours. The
Water Works complete would cost
approximately 4000.00. It would
cost about $200.00 more to reach
the McBrvde spring than it would
to reach the government .spring.
The flow of water through a pipe
from the McBryde spring wouH be
approximately 1V2 times the flow
through the same size pipe from
the government spring owing to the
100 feet higher head.
Dr. Glaisyer in reporting on the
conditions of the county mules at
Hanalei advised the disposal of a
mule which he thought was no
longer fit for the purpose of the
The same gentleman in report
ing on the Hog cholera in Koloa
stated that the district was free of
the epidemic but as a safe-guard,
he said, he would like to have the
quarantine continued in force in
the district for another month and
the board so ordered.
The matter of the pay of Mr.
Chas. Titcomb of Kapaa for doing
riveting work at the Kealia bridge
in August last was again brought
u for consideration. After hear
ing Mr. Titcomb and upon the ad
vice of the county road supervisor
the board allowed the claim of Mr.
Titcomb for S2.50 per day for ten
(.10) dav's labor.
The matter of the construction
of a dispensary for Hanalei was
broucht up and after general dis
cussion qf the matter the county
road engineer, upon motion of
Mr. Menefoglio seconded by Mr.
Rkekela, was instructed to submit,
at some future meeting, an esti
mate of costs for the building.
Mr. Menefoglio moved for the
appropriation of the sum of two
thousand eight hundred and fifty
dollars ($2,850.00) for the follow
ing purposes, viz:
Roads & Bridges $500.00
Roads & Bridges
In-Thh Circuit Coukt Oi Ihh
Fifth Circuit, Tkrritory Oi?
In Divorce At Chambers
Maili Iki 111 ura Kinzo, (w)
Libellant v. Ikimura Kinzo (k),
L.ihel For Divokck.
On this day came on to be heard
the motion of Maili Ikimura Kin
zo, Libellant in the above entitled
cause, wherein sue asks mat an
order for service by publication of
the said cause be made. It appear
ing to the Couit from the affidavit
of A. G. Kaulukou, Attorney for
Libellant, and all the files in said
cause, that the said libel for-divorce
and summons thereto at
tached were filed more than six
months last past: that the said
summons was returned unserved
after due and diligent search had
been made throughout the Terri
tory of Hawaii for the libelee bv the
officer having authority to make
service of the said libelee for di
vorce and summons thereof for 1
period of more than one year; that
upon inquiry, the addiess or resi
dence of said libelee could not be
It is hereby ordered that the
above name I libelee Ikimura Kin
zo appear before tnis court at Li
hue, county of Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, at 9 o'clock A. m. on
December 13, 1913, to answer the
libel of Maili Ikimura Kinzo, and
that service of this order be made
by publication by publishing same
once a week for six successive
weeks in Tiik Garden Island,
newspaper p'ublished in L i h u e
Lihue, Kauai, September 3 0
Lyle A Dickey,
Judge Circuit Court, of the Fifth
(Seal) D. W.M. Dean,
Clerk Circuit Court, of the Fifth
Oct. 7.-14.-21,-28, and Nov. 4.-11.
iilva's Toggery, Ltd
"The Store for Good Clothes"
Honolulu Music Company,
- J-iml, v.
ffome of her Ajkuirur J
86 KING STREET !JSr HONOLULUJ.H.
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
save the trouble of sending
Did It Ever Occur To You
That your breath and liabilities do
not end at the same time and that
a life insurance policy in the
is a will that no lawyer can set aside?
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 934 Fort St.
I Roads & Bridges
and being seconded
I Allowances for road work in the
different districts were bv a vote
: allowed at the same rate as that
for the last month.
At 12: m. the meeting was ad
journed subject to the call of the
China imports great quantities
of old horseshoes, chiefly from
Belgium, to be made into knife
The following passengers ariived
on Wednesday's KinauSept. 3o.
F. Freskow, Mrs. Kreskow, Miss
Freskow. V. I). Mclirvde, P K.
Palann, V. Dotnikoff, Miss I F.
Smith, Miss M. Schlemmer, Miss
Wilcox. A. T. Longley, F.F. Lacks
Mrs. George Isenberg.
W. I). Woodside formerly with
i the Kauai Garage Co., is now
at th j Ni.vi liwili Garage.
"My love," said Mr. Blockspur
striking a posel'l feel that I was
born tc be a leader."
Is that so?" asked Mrs. Block
spur, mildly. "Well, you might
begin bv leading the cat out. It is
nearly time for us to retire.
Winter League Standing
Standing of Teams
P. A. C.
J. A. C.
H. A. C.
The II. A. C's in Sunday's
game barely saved their necks in
the 9th, when the P. A C's went
up in a baloon flight, allowing
the former to spore five runs. "If
was luck," said the P. A. C's. It
was science" said the II. A. C's. At
any rate the deed was done, and
the five runs counted just the same.
6 J. A. C. 4
7 II. A. C. 5
W L Per Cent
3 1 750
2 2 500
2 2 500
. 1 3 250
Arthur Rice came down from
Honolulu last week to take a new
pot-snots at some o t our game
LET US PROVE OUR ABILITY
P. O. Box 5
H. H. AKANA, Prop.
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Notice is herebv given that
pursuance with a vote of the An
nual Meeting of the Hui Kuai Ai-1
na o Wainiha held September 4th, j
191 3,. further time for the certify
ing of boundaries of lands now in t
possession of members of the Hui .
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-1
siou of auv such lands are hereby i
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
Jamhs K. Ai'Oi.o,
President, A. K. A. o Wainiha.
Sept. 23-4 t.
s riiiKiiiii'iii u iMiiiiiuri' .
in &j l I VJjJv vll T v UUllXXmOJ
J. HOLMBERG L
Will pcrpare plans and specifica
tions for buildings of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construc
tion work anywhere in the Islands.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction
FORT STRKKT HONOLULU
Miss Dora Jottnian returned to
Honolulu Saturday following a
week's visit with her parents in