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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY. MAY 12, 1914
Haven't you yet written for
full particulars of
"The General Utility Engine"
Operates on kerosene, distillate or
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
REWCO" WHISKEY "TIPO" CLARET
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., Lm
74 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
Tlie SUCCESSFUL merchant lights his: store with WKST-
INGHOUSK MAZDA LAMPS.
The HAPPIEST home is lit. with the same kind of lamp
the cooking is clone with WESTIXGHOUSE ELECTRIC
. COOKING UTENSILS and the family wash is ironed bv
" using a.'.VESTISGHOUSE F.LECTRIC IRON.
ncome lax Law
Has doubtless become a reality to a
large number of men and women in the
past month than in any time since its en
actment. The last day tor filing the tax
returns without loss or penalty has
5 gone by.
There are many people who put off
? until the last minute- or later the doing
9 of things which are to their own profit,
jj If you are not yet one cf our patrons your
I loss though net imposed by law, is no
While our merchandise and service are
1 up-to-date as we can make them, we con-
fess that our business principles aie cf the
1 old fashioned variety, which places ycur
i satisfaction above the day's profit.
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
will represent us in the sale of
in LIHUE, HANAMAULU and Kt)I)A
Ask them for a five booklet.
Benson, Smith & Co
Fori and Hotel Strttlt
ml -W RF.Y.M I
5 hlj.&Liil 5.
- Ltd. m
Great Combination Offers
Popular and widely read Magazines and Papers to
be given at reduced subscription rates, with THE GAR
DEN ISLAND, to old subscribers paying up during the
month of May or on paid new subscriptions received prior
to the evening of June 10.
Subscribers in arrears for any length of time back to
January 1 , 1914, may obtain the low rates for magazines
and other papers by paying their GARDEN ISLAND
subscription dues during this present month. New sub
scribers will have an extension of ten days.
Keep a table of good, up-to-date reading matter in
your home. It is worth many times the cosl. A verifable
fountain of information and interest to yourself, your family j
and your friends.
Make up your choice of papers and magazines from
the lift below and mail at once. In all cases, whether old
or new subscriptions, it is important that checks or money
order accompany lists sent in.
We offer, on the above terms, these several at
tractive and valuable combinations:
Any one of tnc- follow i".g. 50
cents publications, with Tuk Gar
den Isi.AXH. $2.50, nt i2 W; any
two, with Tin: Gakdi-n Isi.ynh,
any three- do., $a.70; any
four do., ?4.00: People's Home
Journal, Housewife's Magazine,
Today's Magazine, Reliable Poul
try Journal, Poultry Success,
American Poultry Advocate, Amer
ican Poultry World, Farm and
Delineator. Jvbs itioaal Fo'.lil.l.i
lions, Fit.-'d A -id Slieaui, Gard'H
Magazine, Meliopobian Magazine,
McCl -ire's M-njazine. Motor Life,
Musician, Physical Cub. lire, Popu
lar KL-clricily, .Mother's Magazine,
Outer s Iiook. Red Hook, Short
Stories, Teacher's Magazine,
ly," J2.50; Trained Nurse,
Woild's Work, $.VC0.
Smart Styles, $2.50, or any one
of tho following $1.50 magazines,
with The Gakdkn Island, $2.50,
Any one of the following, ?1.00 at S3. 75: any two. do., $5.00; ar.v
publications, with TiiK Gakdkn three do., So. 25, viz
Any one of the following maga
zines, $3.00 for the time indicted,
with Tin; Gakdf.n Island, $2.50,
at 51.50; any two do., $6.50; any
three do , $S.50; Iverybody 's (two
years), Delineator (two years) St.
Nicholas (one year).
Any one of the following $3.00
publications, with Tun Gakdkn
Island, $2.50. at $5.00; any two,
Baseball l(1o., $7.50; any three, $10.00, viz
Island, $2.50, at $3.10; any two, Magazine, Kverybod v 's Magazine! Dn-'ss A,lcl Vanity Fair, Smart Set,
do., $3.70: Ladies' World, Ranch
Pearson's Magazine, $1,50,
School Journal. $1.25, with Tin-:
Gardi-n Island, $2.50. at $3.50.
All together. $4.50.
Etude (for music lover-), Over,
land Monthly, Woman's Home
Companion, Motion Picture Story
Any one of the following $1,50
magazines and papers, witn Tuit
Gakdkn Island. $2 50, at $3.65;
any two do., $4.-r0; anv tluee do.,
at $5.95, viz.: American Magi
zine, Business, Clirisliau H. raid.
Anv one of the following papers
and magazines, with Tin-: Gar
den Island, $2.50, at $4.25; 'anv
two, $6,00; and three $7.75, viz:
Collier's Weekly, $2 50; HorseL-s-Age.
$2.00; LippiucoU's Maga
zine, $3.00; Review of Reviews.
$3.0(1; School A r t s Maviazine,
$2.00; Sunset "The Pacific MoiitL-
Forest And Stream, Motor Age,
Current Opinion. Education,
House And Garden. House Beau
tiful, Independent, Outing, Subur
ban Life, Travel.
L'Aitdela Mode.' S3. 50, with
The Garden Island, $2.50, a
Any one of the following $4.00
magazines, with The Garden Is
land, S2..kC, at $6.00; anv two
do., $9.50; any three do., $13.00,
viz: Century Magazine, Country
Life, Keramic Siudio, North Ame
Address: THE GARDEN ISLAND, Lihu
ARE THANKFUL FOR
THEIR NEW CHURN
The Kauai Chamber of Com
merce was unexpectedly called up
on on Friday to declare itself on
the matter of the appointment of
outsiders to fill Federal positions
in this Territory, and did so in no
uncertain terms. The matter
came up in the way of & wireless
from the Chamber of Commerce
and Merchants Association, of
Honolulu, Inviting the support of
Kauai for a local man for the posi
tion of Collector of Customs at
Upon receipt of the message,
Mr. Rohrig hastily consulted the
directors of the Kauai Chamber
and found them unanimous on the
main issue. In view of the fact,
however, that the fight against
Mr. Stackable has for year had
its center in Washington, and the
reasons not being clearly under
stood here, it was thought best
not to make any definite endorse
ment for the office.
Following was the wireless to
To: "Chamber Commerce,
"The following resolution was
unanimously passed at a joint
meeting of the commercial bodies
of Honolulu this day for which we
ask vour careful consideration? Be
it resolved by the trustees of
the Honolulu Chamber of Com
merce and the directors of the Ho
nolulu Merchants Association that
a cable be forward to the secretary
of the treasury at Washington
stating that the services of the
present collector of customs of the
district of Hawaii. Mr. R. Stack
able, have been highly rfFicient for
a period of fourteen years past
but if any change is to be made
in as much as we have among our
citizenship of ability and standing
able to fill this position satisfac
torily to the government and the
territory that we respectfully re
quest that a resident of this terri
tory be appointed to the position."
Mr. Rohiig replied as follows:
"Chamber of Commerce,
"Kindly forward to Secretary
of the Treasury following resolu
tion passed this day by the direc
tors of the Kauai Chamber of
"Resolved. That the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce is unalter
ably opposed to the appointment
of persons other than residents of
Hawaii to fill Customs or other
Federal offices in this Territory.
New Zealand butter is always
fresh and sweet. Delivered any
where by J. I. Silva, Eleele. Advt.
The members of the congrega
tion of the new church al Camp
4, Makacii, which was dedicated
recently, have requested Tin;-Garden-
Island to publicly thackj
Manager H. D. Baldwin, of thej
Hawaiian Sugar Company, for tiiej
fine church building, which was!
erected by the plantation for the I
benefit of the people there. j
The dedication ceremonies v.ciei
attended by about 5''i people.
Psalms were Ming by Bishop Li-,
bert, assisted by Father Herman, -after
which refieshinents were
served. Music was supplied'
by the Kalahco band, leu by J. C.I
Jerves, and a choir, led by Mrs.!
Schiinnielfenig. ot Koloa. and con-i
sisting of the following: Mi-s H.!
Schimmi-lfenig M. J. Perriera,:
Master Peniiri, Mis lVi ri-.ra J
Mr. ami Mrs. '. E. Periiera and
Tdie heads of the committees;
were: Music. M.J. C.irvalho; re-j
freshments, M. Y. Fernandez; le-
cor.itions, Mis. Harry Ouoha; lun-i
cheon, Autone Pavao. J
Richard L. Halscv. the immi-
gration man, and hi Chinese clerk I
arrived o:i Kauai Fridav morning j
to make an investigation of sever-
al matters connected w. th Chinese'
PUH AHOUS WILL !
II' " ' 6
Following is the letter from Win.
Inman, ot the r'uuahou b.iseballcrs.
which was nnfo: tunateh crowed?
out of last week's issue, along
with other news articles:
"I would like to know whether
it womd lie po.-.s n.e for an All
Student i a-eball te .in to go to
Kauai and play a uouo'.e header
on the 4ih ol Juiv. In case l
I should u!o like to knotv
expelises would be paid
"As we made u creditable show
ing last year, I think the people
of Kauai would be glad to see U-.
in action again; and the teani that
I would take down this time would
be composed of the verv b. si play
ers of the Intvr -Scholastic League,
of Honolulu. As two t the stu
dents, D. T.iku ehi and Ahaua, who
would be -huc to make the t.am.
are residents of Kauai, the tx
pciiscs would be for eight players
Hoping this proposition will
appeal to on and that I mas- have
a favoral.lv icply i n the near
future, I am," ttc.
H. D. Wislwrd also received ai
letter from Mr. I
the same effect.
The Puliation hovs put up sonic;
line ball when na-r heie last year, j
afforded inucti ph-asure to Kauai
and had a good time themselves. I
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