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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6, 1614
I III BPiWW
'Some Primo Pale, a loaf of bread, and--"
Ah! That PRIMO PALE! The name recalls pleasant times! No taiwSiai yiw?: w
"rough-house" no evil elfccts; just pleasant conviviality Kzbt-'ai-srts-i s5srvefcew:
jollity and camaradrie' .
,iTt r ; iL. tir.U
so as to
but so that when ob
served no fault can be
found. Gracefully de
signed, shapely, well
t a i 1 o red garments,
mark the wearer as a
man of taste and dis
crimination. Such are
LET US TAKE YfirtJR
j y &kujf Store
White Wings Soap
Pan Ka Hana Soap
Japan Seed Rice
High Flight Flour
White River Flour
F. L. Waldron, Ltd.
Make the New Year
All It Should Be
China, Glass, Silver and
Kitchen Wares, Art
Goods and Lamps
"Till IWllW llf HllllH'NMirCH"
r:i-iift King .st.
Omar Khayyam and
booh of verses underneath the bough--"
'Course you don't liave to have plain verses: a good :ocy rtBl A
- eve 1 1 some "fish" stories; or you can Uke ateag 50--t f
tioptilai magazines there's often a little Rood s:e ia :&- fr
sides t lie advertisements.
ion, oestac me, singing in ins rr uacrncs--
Hu.l(Utit t 'zwlfw !?. it-.'iiA c: wJJ HiMMtoh.
Wil'Icm'.'" that -, It" tiAn''. .: tin: t ivxy vfi ill Sfcci
t rxiiiit hav- b.--n a WiHrr. :f PR!M-. PALI. hute": Iimb 4i:-f"M--i
"OA, W7cerness were Paradise enow!"
i at'-t, that: Omar KNEW tr.i ;
!..- of th.- I'atifi i 'n i .'- -.
Primo Pale will help make any Vt'ildemers a
Arriving And Departing
The followins paisngers reacn
I ed Kauai ports b the steamer Li
kelike. -.vhich arrived a utile late
from H nolulu Saturday morning;
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. T. Purvis.
Miss Purvis, Miss E. Dunn. Mr.
and Mrs. F. G. Douse. S. E. .An -
nested, Misses Louise and Annie
Douse, R. D. Moler. Judge L. A.
Dickev, C. V. Ahrens, J. M. Lvd-
gate, Miss Grace Ing. Miss Esthtr
Ing, Miss Ruth Zane. Mrs. T.
Downev. MissHaynes, Miss Spen-
cer. .miss amana, miss r. aaio.
U. ttoopn, a. rerriera anu A. .
A t? A A T
Rolertson. 'icer in tne uistnci ot nana;ei ;
Departing for Honolulu in tffe ! County of Kauai. Greeting:
afternoon of the same dav were:' ou are hereby commanded,
Miss M. A. Grote. Frprj'k Howes, ! to summon K. W. Kinney, if he i
H. Berg, Mr. Uroidbent, Lieuten-can be found in this District, to
ants Campy'rl Calder, Second In-
fantrvy?S. A. Miss B. Wishard,
Mjfttcr F. Eggcrking, Master H.
iansen, C, M. Conev, A. Faye.
Miss Vidina. Miss Kerahara,
Miss Kawamoto, Miss Horner,
Miss Martin, Miss E. Werner.
Miss A. Werner, Mrs. P. Luahi
wa, Miss P. Luahiwa, Hans Isen
berg, Miss Von Arnswaklt, Miss
G. Hofgaard, lulia Kamai, H o
Hon, Lou Tom. Arake. Miss L.
Naeo, Miss Akana, Paul Fassoth,
Masters Lyman and IJaldwin.
Has added a new six-seater
Studebaker to his garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
drivers, comfortable cars, and
always ready to start.
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
KV'K f"r IlalcliiiiK, Day-Old CliickK,
Young, Laying anil Itrccijing Stock.
Our birds urr trap-ncHtcil, iK-diri'i'd,
Htamlaiil anil lint lircil. CiiHtnin Imtrh
ing. Fancy Talilf 1'Iggn ami Poultry.
Write for price list. Vinit our plant.
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided hini
telf with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
r:sa v St i2iei i !Vi-
I. The D:sTs:cr Cast j.
Hanale: Isz-Ksz- an- C . vntv
0? Kavai Te?.?.:to?.y of H.vsa:;
J. K. Farley,
.vsiessor o: i axes
t k. V. Kiune
territory c: na
TlIK Territory Op rU-S
To T"2 HI(h Sheriff of tJe
Territory of Hawaii, or his Deputy;
- U4 l"c v.uu.,
ijvauai. r,r his ifni'tv nranv Hn .icf
"-;; "."V f"-l "''V
appear before me, at my Court!
room in Hanalei upon the 22nd
day of December, 1913, at 11
o'clock a. m., there to answer un
to J. K. Farlev. Assessor of Taxes
in and for the Fourth Taxation
Division of the Territory of Ha
waii, in a plea wherein the plaintiff
declares arid says;
That the plaintiff above named
is the duly qualified, sworn and
Acting Assessor of Taxes in and
for the Fourth Taxation Division
ot the Territory of Hawaii:
For A Cause Of Action He
That said defendant is indebted
to the Territory of Hawaii in the
sum of S4.80 for taxes assessed up
on the property of said defendant
on the books of the Assessor of
Taxes for the District ot Hanalei
Fourth Taxation Division, Terri
tory of Hawaii, for the years 1913
And the said defendant, though
thfieunto requested, has thus far
failed and neglected, and still doth
neglect and refuse to pay the
same, oi any part thereof
Wherefore, plaintiff asks for
judgment against said defendant
for said sums, amounting to $4.80
together with ten (10) per cent
penalty in addition thereto, and in
terest thereon a n d advertising
costs, as by law provided, and for
costs herein incurred.
Notify the said defendant that
upon default to attend at the place,
day and hour above mentioned,
judgment will be tendered against
him, ex parte, by default.
Given under my hand this 19th
day of December 1913.
' (Signed) Wm. Huddy.
' District Magistrate cf Hanalei,
(County of Kauai Territory of Ha
I hereby certify the foregoing to
be a true and attested copy of the
original Summons in said cause,
and that said Court ordered publi
cation of the same, and continued
said cause until the 9th day of
February. A. I). 1914.
District Magistrate of Hanalei
District County of Kauai
Sec what E. O, Hall & Son
Honolulu, have to say in this is
sue concerning 1914 Indian Motor
cycles. They q u o t e prices and
terms and give interesting infor
mation concerning the different
grades of machines.
Sachs Dry Goods Company, Ho
nolulu, arc haviilg a grand clear
ance sale, preliminary to stock-taking,
the sale beginning yester
day, to continue two weeks In
I jf. uding orders in by mail, ask also
n tuufjMecick Fashions.
Waimea. Kauai. Jan. 3rd. 1f14.
Editor Gakijk.v Isi.ani
A letter in the recent isMe rf
; ur parer in reward to the ctmn k
:: cst ug of the Tehchers' A'-K'-cia-t
or at Kleek- requires a wird of
x; .artat'.on trom t h e Protruin
. :vm:ttee. Evidtnth the writer
-ucdertood the purpose of the
--.niittee in asking for all the
; '..in books and one day's work
:'.:.r of Jan. 12th.) from every
-.wCr.sr. The writer alluded to it
.r. utn'air '"test." It is not in-:-.ried
a tet in any wa fl at
w.rk bing sole'y in the proirce
of :'-.e Supervising Pr ncmal and
the: cSclals of the department
T o examine another plan look
?-i to compare one's own work
x :b ir.oth r is always a helf and
;r. "r-ration to the keen teacl tr
fc r.ew ideas. The sole u'ea
of : p'.an is to set and t" p vt
e the supposition hei't that a'l1
w". i1 a s'-d to share the.r ouv
r'.3::s as thev are to seek
A hearty word of comtnendat m
:: :he writer for his plea for les
:r:.;:ni and more co rerat'on
Vt i r e an iv.solated buncli c
teachers cut cf: from theinsp-r n
cr rit n:e;:inps to which man
j? have been accustomed at the
coast and the best we can do is tr
a'.", pull together, each trying to dr
our part not only in our lit It
niche, but having in mind thewel
fare r f our island children. fo
whom we stand for all that i
, broadeninc and uplifting. j
In the coming meeting much (
5 room has been left for open dis-
Icussion. limited of course to verv
brief remark5- and it Is iO be hoped
that we will all forget our shaking
ieas and faltering tongues
in the interests of the children, do
our part by giving our ow n suc
cessful methods t o others, thus
h,n:R tn mafcf. fhp ehooi, ftf
, Kauai the bet and deepest in-
' c . . " . . -
flu.ce V ood
;' frulv ti,. is-litt:e new utlder
the sun aad we win an be disap.
pointed if we go to the Eleele
meeting expecting all new ideas
Nobody has a monopolv of them.
but we will find much help in thei
old ones newly applied: ome
recalled which we have forgotten,
and we can ill return to our work
newlv inspired, if we stand shoul
der to shouldei, critics left out,
and work for the betterment of
every school on Kauai. Also, we
have cream on the milk in a solid
hour of inspiring help from Mr.
Brandt and Mr. Ravmond.
Mrs. H. C. Brown,
Lovejoy 8c Company, Honolulu.
wish to interest Kauai dealers in
the famous Maui wine, from the
Katipakalua w i n e r y, Maui, ot
which they are the selling agents
See their announcement i n this
issue and give them a trial order.
F. L. Waldron, Limited, are
offering to the merchants of Ka
uai White Wings, Pau Ka Hana
and bar soap, Japan seed rice and
two brands of first-grade flour, viz:
High Flight and White River.
See their announcement in this iss
Notice is hereby given that the
undersigned, both of Kapaia, LUuie
County of Kauai. T. H., have
formed a copartnership between
them for the purpose of carrving
on business as First Class Whole
sale Liquor Dealers under the firm
name and stvle of the KAPAIA
LIQUOR STORE at Kapaia afore
Dec. 30th. 1913.
Manuel imc Bkaoa Feknandhs
Josufh Andkk Sousa
Ma keia ke hoolahaia kit nei ua
hoohui ae ua mea no laua na i toa
nia'.alo iho nei e noho ana ma Ka
paia, Lihue, Kalana o Kauai, T
H., ia laua iho i man hoihui no ka
lawelawe ana i ka oihana Kua
Waiona ma ke Knkaa o ka Papa
Ekahi malalo o ka inoa hui o
KAPAIA LIQUOR STORE tun
T W 1 m
vu-iaui m i oieioia.
Dec. 3 run. 1913.
1 WkVlllll MV llUliWMIUI)
MANUAL D1C IJRAOA FlfRNANDESlTl OMAS PlNEAI'l'LE Co., LTD
Joski'H Andkk Sousa
ill !,$ f N i ? I
'fllftiS " III .
m$ 'l .j V . i raffle V , : i ' 4s ml
B I .j- 1
Frlllli ' MB S a mariner Is guided ty a Star, ?pyH) "
BrSr ivj i AiSwSo o a smart dresser guided by . '-"f.
1Mb if !' "star shirt-
' ? ' i.S0, 2, $2.50 and up
Silva's Toggery Ltd,
The Store for
WHEN IN NEED OF
Paper Bags, Twines,
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streett
GEO. G. GUILD. Vice-Pre. & Mgr
Bishop & Co.
Head Office - Honolulu
Branches at Hii.o and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transacts a General Bakning
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
ou Savings Bank deposits.
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the follow. ng rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
120.211 Boston BUg.
Fort Sir ft
S in o o t h Cayenne Pineapple
plants, $6.25 per thousand, f. o. b
Lihue Poultry Farm i
P. O. Box 100. Lihue. Kauai.
To Prospective Builders
Will perpare plans and specifica
tions for buildings of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construe
tion work anywhere in the islands.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction
i FORT STREET HOXOLUIJ
i No. 925 A-
We make a specialty
of developing and
Kodak films. Ail
If you wish to travel in com
fort and safety Jf
Tel. 225 L.
KAPAIA AUTO CO.
Reasonable Rates and Care