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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1914
Everything ix tiik
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass am!
Merchandise ok the
,.. Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
it HI hi EH um
An Interesting Budget Of
ppenings At The Close
Of The Holidays.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO. I
D Dealers in
Iav, Grain and Chicken
; 1 Supplies.
Sole Agents for
International Stni k, I'oaltry 1'nml 1
lid oilier sM'ciultifS. Ar.iliir for 1
oolinu Iron It. mi's. IVtalmna In- I
itit)tfS(fs ami linnidiTs. "
KAg's Special Chick Food
yY.Mx 452, HonolliIu 1
" VVaimea, K uai S
j j j
he Commercial Man's
.," . J M
i)!OC OLIVER, Manager
lert Lucas, representative
' of Lucas Bros., will complete
'ork in about two weeks and
hen return to Honolulu.
iinea, January 3. Many cn
tcrtafned in the Waimea District
New Year's ilav. Mrs. Dr. Lyman
Kay a pretty ninncr to me newest
bride a n d the wedding party.
Covers were laid for twelve,
ilrs. Tohn Fassolh gathered a
I larne party of voting people around
hef hospitable board.
Mrs. Baldwin has entertained a
number of girls through the vaca
Miss Ida L'Orange Rave a
charming informal dance at Mrs.
Lyman's home S .Uudav evening
Miss 1 Kline von Aruswaldl.
after spending the vacation with
her patents at Kekaha, ret liMied
to her studies at '.he Normal School )
During Mrs. Ilrandt's absence
Mr. Dime of Kekahn is making
his home with Mr. Brandt, lie is
cordially welcomed in Waiinca; I
Mr. Heibert Berg bade good b e j
to his many friends and left fori
the Orient on Saturday. Visionsj
of larger opportunities have tempt-1
ed him away b u t his Waimeaj
friends hope to see the genial j
"Herbert" again, and all wish him j
the greatest success in ins new
An Unusual Accident.
An unusual accident is icpoi led
from Kckaln. Some children were
playing around the camp store
house, in which w;is stored JO ca
ses of kerosene oil and a lot of
triant Dowder. !n souk wav the
, oil was set afire and cNplo.L-d, one
i child beiir:' hint and the hnild'ng
Brides and brides-to-be were much j wlc(.dd. For! nnalt-1 y the dvna
in evidence. j m;te behaved i'sclf. or a section of
Miss Florence Dcverill of liana-' Hie camp in'yht have suffered bad
lei has been a wv'come visitor iu'ly.
this district, dividing her time be-! -- -tween
the Misses Lee and Mrs. I Young InCH Travel.
John I'assoth. I
Mr. YV. V. Hardy left on the1 Hans I'assoth and Arnold Rath
Kinati for a vacation of two months left for 'Honolulu on the Kinau.
to be largely spent wit l relatives vvith the intention of goim;- to Ma
in and near Los Angeles. ICvcrv-. ni:a. Thev are accompanied bv
body joins in wishing him a goodj , Here. All of the voting nun are
time and a safe return. from Makaweli.
Mrs. T. Brandt has gone t oj
Toronto for an extended visit with V. . Dimond & Company,
her parents. She is greatly miss- j Honolu'u, the " House of llotise-
Amid Beauliful Decorations
And Bri-jlit Lights. Social
Function Is A Success.
One of the most successful social
events of the season was the dance
j;ivcn by the llimrt Club of Maka
weli on New Year's eve. The hall
was beaui if ul! y decorated, walls
and ceiling being almost entirely
concealed by banana, palm, and
ti leaves, while the lights were
softened b y j;av lanterns. The
Makaweli young people are de
lightful hosts, cordial, informal
and alert in atteni iot.s to all.
Miss Louise D.iV of Lih.ne, Mis.
Mis-; Louise I lay of Llhue, spent'
tin New Ye--M" s week-end with the'
B. D. La! Iw ins.
Carl Bavir, manager of the Ma
kaweli store is spending his va
cation in Honolulu, where he will
remain until the end of the present
Mr. and Mrs. B I). Baldwin, to
Hcther with a number of young
loik-., spent New Year's Day most
oieasau.iv at the McBryde beach
M. J. l-'.i-soth. of pi enounced i
Overland icvnings, has had a mini-i
ber of unto'. ! u,. ate accidents with j
. his car. lie now appears, however, j
to h a v e h i s machine "tamed j
dow n" to normal behaviour.
Frank How es, of the Sehuinan
. Lain.igc . ' mp.-.nv, w ho was re
cently h e re. reported that Mr.
i Carl Bayer had purchased a Stu-
debakcr runaboat. "e rather ex-
MENDES & SOUZA
Day and Kight
Tel. 600 Lihue
nest, was kept
busv seen..; old friends. The Wai
inca bri Us. Mrs. Oliver, Mrs.
j Bailev and Mrs. lhodie were .real
: dancing favorilK s. Mr. and Mrs.
; Hughe ol Llcclc w I e a state', v
j couple o-,, tin Ih, or and their fine
; dancing elicited much admiration
j from the oulook- rs. The pretty
I I Instil- gills are always in demand
iand the Iliiiia i lis not only dance
well but the- wear quite stunning
: clothes. Older peo;:le enjoy these
I 'lances too, a n d the animated
come back with 1
croups of uoii-daucer
jjailv when the spark
.t sticks wi ri
peeled to see 1
Dr, Thomas J. West, who has
,bein spi ciali.iii in Colorado, will
return here with his family, in Ju
' iv. to take up his old practice,
j He went east to take a special
i course in certain new branches of
j medical science, and upon his re
. turn, will have been away for a
j The r.ppeai aiice of a 'lumber of
1 Lihueites, with picnic baskets, on
this side of the island on New
! Year's Day was noted. Yisits of
i his sort are alwavs a source of
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
JAS. F. MORGAN
warts." hnve a yerv interesting
announcement to the ;;i-opl of
Kauai in this issue.
Cannery Gets Busy.
ed everywhere, the literary club
especially feeling the loss of her
help ami inspiration.
Mr. and Mrs. Chang Yau are
driving a fine new car. and shari.ig
their pleasure in the tr -ats they
...... ..-I...'., .-r ll,..!r mo.,,' IV!. illl
I The cannery of the Kauai Fruit
Miss Olive Crosno. recently "fL: Land Company worked three
the runahou faculty, lias joined days last week and put a lot of
1 1 h e
IMcnooi. .irs. 11. e- isrown gavei
an informal tea Friday atternooni Friday and Saturday of this week.
,,ft..,,..,i i;.ri. I
M Lei. ei t.,1.1. , T1 l:
the showers of ti-iv stars made a ''lc;,M,rc w .MaKawen c o j. . e.
ieene from fairv land. The New ,!Vre arc' ",a" Slte!; for
I Year was uslu-Ve.l in with usual r"iitinKS around Makaweli and we
'noise of horns; confetti and strea- 1 1 r . fnei.ds over there will
liners added to the fun and all en- i conic aaln aml ofUn
1 joyed salad, sandwiclu-s and j . 1 he lit in;-. Club nave its usual
I - I i .... Vmit ..'i-'t: l.i, .(-.. .... "i ..1 II -.ill .
ci) i ; at me ii.uniiiv set laoies iin-
'der'the lanterns on the lawn
.evening, and, as was to he expec-
jn I ted, it was a splendid success.
well -orded toast whilr- healths I'.xcelleiit niu-ic was supplied iv
were drunk anil wod wisher ex-1 'Dan's" orchestra. Lavish dero
. changed for the New Yenr. 'rtions. an abundiup-e of confetti,
Such a good time "ot onlv gi ves j sm i.-crs, crickets and horns and
1 pleasure to the vot-n.- set but it n good Slipper served to carry the
i welds together our isol ated island Went through to a most succiss
j communities and promotes a ; f"' conclusion .
. Baldwin closed the eVrmiu
teaching force at aimea' pineapples into shape for the mar
1. Mrs. II. C Brown gavelet, x will be working again on
to give the other teachers an op
portunity of becoming acquainted.
ii i 4 l-i lin nnil - P ri 1 ! i rr i f r 1 1 til IAl: ( i
of Helene yon Arnswaldt, who 1,v' "onolulu, buy and s,l real
; -n n nonnlnr tpnrlior there lnst i estate , stocks and bonds aim rent
safctv deposit boxes.
fellowship that is ood for ns all.
Miss Florence Deverill. of Ila-
' nalei, spent last week in Makaweli
itlu? guest of the Misses Lee.
Manager Moura, of the Pi
theater, F'.leelc, is having good a'"
diences for his Saturday evening
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
l O. Box No 594 Honoluiu
Cor. Fort it Her. Sts., Ilniniluhi
Rooms by the day, week
or month single or in i
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
Miss Mattie Jordan o Kekaha,
soent t'i Christmas with the Bale
wins. ' .
ardware, Sporting Goods, Bicycles, Household
Goods, and General Merchandise
THE DRYGOODS DEPARTMENT IS THE MOST
COMPLETE ON THE WHOLE ISLAND
"Home-Buying" Means That We Can Give Service Equal
1 To Anything In These Islands.
EVERY BOAT BRINGS FRESH GOODS TO THE
S KAUAI TRADING CO., - -