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THE OARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 20 1914,
' "The follfuvi 11;: arrived Wcdtus
day morning bv the Ki'iau f ! tn
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Evats, I,. Aho, T. Tula. V. I"(ia.
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Martin, II. W. iVi-i and wife,
Mrs. J. M. l.v;.ilj. V. ! . I!vil,
l'aui Sahmidt. Mr-. I). Ahlborn,
Mrs. 7. ;:.r. L. II, u , Master Hoy, l
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son, A. Pollock; 26 deck.
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BimislI lIK.HLAMi .R CKOSSlXii A vSUARJi IX BOVLOOKK,
The Octoher nundjer of tlie Para
dise Of The Pacific has just lieen
issued and is iiiuisualiv rej)k.c
with iiiforiv.alioii concerning the
Islan is and local conditions. It's
cover design, "Kariy In a Calm
Hawaiian Muniin;". is lieautiful
lv limned in natural colors and is
most str kin-. It is an excellent
mi ml iL-r for mailing alnoad.
Mr. Rulsch Again
Mr. F. Rutsoh has consented to
Rain accejit the double olTice of
president and treasurer of the Li
hue :3and. He had acted in this
capacity for four or five years he
fore, but some twelve months ajo,
had to give it up on account of
pressure of other business. The
band boys arp delight 1 to have
him iain at the head of their offi
cial staff, us well as custodian of
Ctraans Vs. County
Tlu (icrman b.i .b.r.i team ran
up avaiiis the tra.ii of County
Iiuiic in- I'ri 'av aiterno n. I'n
fortu.tely, ; l.i .-tart'-d late
and ('.urk i-'.ii'.ed .t a'i.r Inn and a
half inuin , ha i ;".-n nddl'.-d.
The score the'i st:)'nl (, to 4 in
favor of the o.'i'.ei.d-.. Alec De.sha
pllelud i..r u.e Couiily Hllil.liiiK
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cavftiHT UNBaNWOQO A UNDHWOOO, N,Y.
GERMAN TROOPS PASSTNO TIIROUOH LOUVAIN.
A view of the ruins of the former celebrated University at Lou vain.
A Rtpiadron of German Cavalry is seen passing by the ruins. The Univer
sity is completely gutted and only 111, celebrated Hotel de Ville is spared.
(The white spots on the surfaco indicate shells of the enemy pass
ing thro u ph Hie picture while it was beiiur prrpured in tlie art plant of
THE GARDEN ISLAND).
J. C. Jerves, on behalf of the
homesteaders who have worked so
diligently for a public hall at Ka
laheo, wishes to thank most cor
dially ail thoss who hae made
donations. It is stated that about
S.viO more will be needed to com
pete paying for the eonvenii i c.
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KING ALHERT OF UELGIUM.
Use Good Tools
no matter what your
Write for prices on
Tools for any trade
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
177 King Street Honolulu.
TO THE TRADE
VJE ARE DIST RIEUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., Lm
74 QUEEN ST.. HONOLULU
We want you to get full value
for every cent you spend for elec
tricityso we recommend
Westinghouse Madza Lamps
which give three times the light, '
yet use less current.
to visit our modern department store is Jj
extended to all Kauaians. Public Tele
f phone booth and a spacious, airy Rest
Room are among the innovations we have
; introduced for the convenience of our
j HOTEL ST.
a step from Fort.
An Auto Wreck
urs.-dA.S EJGllYlXr, lo.llI.Ni) i;.uiuc.i)i;s.
II. S. Padgett, o f Makaweli,
: ran h s i.:r oil the road at a point
i on the plateau between Koloa
and Lawai Sunday nfurnoon, and
i badly wit eked tlie fore wheels as
I well as other pails of the machine.
It was stated that while driving,
Mr. Padgett started to lihi a ci
Kar. An instant lattr and the auto
was piled up on the roadside. As
sistance arrived and helped .Mr.
Padgett and hi., gentleman compa
nion yet the ear on the road aain,
where it remained u itil yesterday.
J. I. Silva, Prop.
ONE of the LEADING HOUSES for all kinds of DRY
GOODS. BOOTS i: SHOES, MEN'S FURNISHINGS.
CIGARS & TOBACCOS and NOTIONS of every description!
FOR WINE. BEER and OTHER LIQUORS, Ring Up 73 W
Main Office, Eleele, Kauai. Tel. 7 1 W.