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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 1, 1914
and other l
Excellent Christmas Gift
Kodaks from $6.00 to $71.00.
Autographic Kodak, Size 3A the Kodak that allows
you to title and date vour pictures as you take them,
Brownie Cameras at from $1 to $12, according to size.
Splendid gift for boys and girls.
Kodak Fil m Tank, (no darkroom necessary) $2.50
Brownie Enlarging Camera $2 and up.
Kmeioscopes and Balopij'cens, for showing Moving
Pictures, Lantern Slides or Postcards on a screen in
your own home $18 to $88.
Photo Albums from 10 cents to $10.
Negative Albums from 50 cents to $1.50.
Tripods, $1.50 and up. Ruby Lamps, 25 cents and up.
Beautiful Art Prints from 30 cents to 20 each.
- SHOP EARLY, PLEASE.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co.
Bishop & Co.
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Head Office - Honolulu
Branches at Hilo and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
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Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail-
-able in all principal cities of
Intel est allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following ratts:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
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All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
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Waimea, Kauai I
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If you trawl via
Tlio Sit'iiio Line of the World
Feather Kiwr Canyon uikI the
Denver & Rio Grande
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L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
In Name Of Humanity
Editor Garden Island:-
All those who find it in their
hearts to help minister to the needs
of the wounded, sick and destitute
in the war stricken lands of Kurope
are requested to attend a meeting
on Friday afternoon Dec. 4, at the
Library Rooms of the church to
discuss ways and means for the
manufacture of simple clothing,
hospital supplies, etc.
It may not be amiss fcr us to
remember, that, in addition to the
ordinary pr sperity of normal con
ditions of peace, we are enjoying
a phenomenal increase of prosperi
ty because of this great war. By
what might seem an anomaly,
their misfortune is our good for
One cent a pound increase in the
price of sugar for a season will I
mean roughly ten million dollars
of increased prosperity to Hawaii.
The same increase in price for the
same time will mean two million
dollars of increased prosperity to
the island of Kauai.
Surely out of this enormous
bonus which the world is giving
us, we can afford to respond gen
et ously to the needs of our strick
en brethren in Kurone. Great as
the needs have been, there is every
indication that they will be greater
still in the future, and though we
mav have responded most liberally
as I behert . we have we will Finally an Australian cruiser came un with her. and in a runnimr nVht which follmvid. thr KmAencnnoht
need to continue the service, l SEffae . . Reali?;.- rhiiesoi 'tnefew danger",' the capt'aTnTirtfiemTen ihViy'uedistMp'
afraid, for months to come; hence
GUXNURS OF Till' KMIKX.
These are the men who for nearly iwo months terro:ized the Indian Ocean and nearby sections of
the Pacific. During the remarkable campaign of Hie Iunden. that cruisfrr destroved about twenty-five
vessels, including warships and merchantmen. More than seven tv men ot-war, including British, French,
Japanese ana Kussians tneu lor weeks to catch her, but without avail, she managing to elude all of them.
the necessity for svstem and orga
nization, on a scale commensurate
with the great needs. It is to be
hoped that all classes will co-operate
in this humane undertaking,
so that many hands may make
light work, and many small con
tributions swell the aggregate to
I. M. LVDGATK.
New Bridge 0. K.
The new bridge at the Lovell
place, Kilauea. to take the place
of the one washed away by the re
cent flood, will be finished during
the present week, immediately fol
lowing which traffic will be resutn
ed over the old road, across tins
new bridge. Since the flood vehi
cles have made a detour over an
imperfectly constructed road t o
get around the point.
Kapaa will get a dandy Christ
mas present in the form of a boun
tiful supplyof good, clear, clean
water, direct f r o in Akulikuli
spring. "It will be the best water
on the island of Kauai", declares
Road Supervisor Morange, who
has had charge of the work of put
ting in the system. The water
will be all through the system by
toward the, reef and ran her ashore, taking this desperate course to prevent the vessel falling into the hands
oi me Aiwanan. i ne men in tne above picture (or those who went through the fight With their lives)
are now prisoners somewnere, tlicy Having been captured at the lime of beaching their ship.
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. A few breeding pens of S. C.
White Leghorns and Barred Ply
mouth Rocks-all pure bred birds
from imported stock. Also settings
of eggs from both varieties.
Apply P. O. Box 65. Lihue.
TURKISH I'ORTII'ICATIOXS GUARDING TIIK BOSPIIORUS.
Tin's is a tvpe of the fortifications on the narrow channel, know as the Bosphorus, leadingup to
Constantinople, and connecting- the Mediterranean with the Black Sea. In order to reach Constantinople,
ships coining tVo:ii the Xieditc n ruiean must pass ugly fortifications like this, to say nothing of mines laid
beneath the water.
Largest Cleaners and Most
Sanitary Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
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Laundry Returned by
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GlvRMAN ARMORF.D CIU'ISKR SCH ARNIIORST.
This is an excellent picture of the battle cruiser which, wiih other German vessels, took part in the
recent fight with the liiitish cruisers Glasgow, Good Hope an 1 Monmtuth oft the coast of Chili and gave
an excellent account of herself, the British fleet being defeated. The present whereabouts of the Scharn
horst and her companion ships is not known. It is the opinion that British and Japanese fleets are search
ing for them along the South American coast.
Harry Vincent, wireless opera-' The new dick being put o u j Jair.cs Dougherty, of Wall &
tor at Lihue, will leave for Ilono-1 Waimea bridge will be completed Dougherty, Honolulu, has offered
lulu December 12 to spend two or I this week. It is the intention to u fine cup as a prize to be coniplet
three weeks vacati ill. He will be ! give the bridge, deck a coating of;edforbv all the tennis clubs of
relieved at the time bv Mr. Hatch, jasphaltum and rock screenings, j K'.uiai. Arrangements and rules
in regard to the tournament will
be announced earlv in the year.
an operator from the Kahuku whioh will make it smooth and