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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 15, 1914,
Silver Deposit Ware in meat variety and low prices.
Butter plates, 85?: Sugar and Cieams, J. 00 pr; Vases, 2.00 up:
Decanters. 2.50; Water Pitchers, 3.50; Comports, 3.75; are es
Cut Glass is always accept
able and much valued. Pin
trays, 1 00; Bonbons, 1.50;
Olives, 2.50; Domino sugar,
3.00; Fruit bowls, 4.50; etc.
! The most practical gifts are: Coffee Percolators, 3.50 to
10.50; Toasters. 400. to 6 00; Chafing Dishes, 5.00 to 12.50;
Samovars, 7.50. The articles can be had either in acohol orelec-
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
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This is the year for sensible Christmas
Gifts. For those who want to make their
homes more attractive we have a fine new
DIXIE GRASS RUGS, LINOLEUM
and WALL PAPER
Give us a hint of your requirements and
we'll send you full information and prices.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
177 King Street Honolulu
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Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN TIIRUK HOURS
And we are all ready for it. Our Santa Claus
got out of Europe ahead of the war, and, besides
Novelties from the Old Country, brought along a
whole sleigh load of Christmas Specialties and
Novelties from the Mainland.
Toys of Every Kind, Description and Price.
False Faces as ugly as a defeated politician.
Hawaiian Souvenirs-' -Just the kind to send away.
Victor Talking Machines and Latest Records.
Silver Mounted Fruit Dishes.
Jewelry in complete variety.
Beautiful Gifts in Lacquerware.
Staple Goods in endless variety.
Make Your Purchases Now While the Calm is
Still On and the Stock Complete.
WATCH FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENT IN
REGARD TO TOYS.
The program committee of the
coming Teachers, Convention met
in the Kauai High School building
on Saturday and prepared the out
line of a program for the session
at Kapaa. Those present were:
Supervising Principal Br o d i e,
chairman; Miss Maclntyre. of the
High School; Mrs. Bridgewater,
principal of the Hananiaulu school;
C.II. Alspaugh. vocational instruc
tor; Miss Bemice Hundley, of the
In brief, it was decided that, in
addition t o the usual program,
there should be a half dozen set
talks troin prominent people. An
effort will also be made tc interest
the public in the convention, and
to that end about 150 special in
vitations will be sent out.
Inspector Raymond will be over
for the convention and will deliver
one o f the principal addresses.
Among the other speakers will
probably be Commissioner T.
Brandt and W. H. Rice, Sr.
The department o f education
has called its meeting of the board
of estimates for December 15.
Boards of Supervisors are also re
quired to meet on that day. The
chairmen of the boards of super-
! visors of the varums counties are
members of the board of estimates.
Hence the pilikia. Chairman
vVishard.of the Kauai, board has had
correspondence with Superinten
dent Kinnev, seeking to change
the time ol the meeting of the
board of estimates to December 21,
and that has probably been done.
W. WEBER ManaCer.
Telephone 4 W
P. O. Box 48
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Territorial Messenger Service
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
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Oaliu Railway Pays
"Honolulu. Dec. 10 Oahu Rail
way & Land Company yesterday
declared an extra dividend of 60
cents a share, payable December
15. This is the second extra of
year, the other being paid on June
15, also of 60 cents a share. With
the regular dividend of 65 cents a
share monthly the 0. R. & L,- will
pav 9 per cent for the year. The
regular and extra together will
make a distribution of S02.500 by
the company this month.
A FULL LINE OF
WILLOW, WICKER, HONG KONG GRASS
AND MANILA FURNITURE
ALWAYS IN STOCK
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD., Honolulu
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SCOTE: Owing to war hostilities, slfamqi
matted (?) are uncertain to arrive.
County Clerk J. M. Kaneakua
has been. disposed several days with
Order your Chri-.tm.is and New
Year cards fiom the Gakui.n Island.
, The Chamber of Commerce has
! presented to Captain Wccdon, of
the Manoa. one of the enlarged
Baker views of Kauai scenes,
which will be displayed on Doard
, the Matson flagship.
Continued from page 1
Monday, December 1 4.
t GERMAN COMMANDS TURKS
Constautinople- Von der Colt, has ai rived here to take charge of
the Turkish nrmv.
ITALY AND THE WAR
Rome The unemployed of Italy may force the Italian govern
ment into the war to relieve economic conditions.
CLOSE TO TROUBLE
Uritish Consul Richardson, located at Mobcida, Arabia, has been
taken prisoner by Turkish authorities. Italv has demanded the im
mediate surrender of the official and an apology from Turkey for his
London Reports of Servian success against the Austriaus were
received yesterday from Nisln. Paris confirmed the same by official
announcement from Vienna yesterday According to these accounts,
the Austriaus have been obliged to fall back, entire line, and evacuate
Belgrade. The bervian armv is in full pursuit.
DRESDEN AT PUENTA ARENAS
Uuenos Ayres The German cruiser Dresden worked her way off
ths rocks and arrived last night at Puenta Arenas, in the Straits of
Magellan. Her further disposition is in the hands of the Chilean
EMPEROR WILLIAM BETTER.
IJerlin The health of the Kaiser has improved. Hq will remain at
nonie during the Christinas season.
The Crown Prince has also arrived home from the frontt
Continued on page 8,
Cholera In Europe
ROT'l KRDAM, December 10.
Cholera, which has been raging in
Austria, is making its appearance
in Germany, thirty-six cases hav
ing been reported during the month
of November in that country.
The epidemic is taking fearful
toll in Austria, par'icularly in
Galicia, where during the past
week there were 840 casjs report
ed, with 331 deaths.
In Hungary, during the week,
531 cases were officially reported.
The American Barber Shop, of
Mime, has secured the agency for
the White Seal Laundry, of Hono
lulu, and will maintain a weekly
service. All laundry will be ship
ped to Honolulu b y Tuesday's
steamer of each week, and will be
returned Friday mornings. This
laundry also has a modern dry
cleaning department. No bundles
for that date received after noon
Have You Bought
i Christinas Toys?
! If not, send an older in at once
to Arlcigh's Crossroads Bookshop,
I Honolulu, and you will be pleased
with the result. Unlimited varie
ty. Toys for all purses.
Lihue Mill Starts
I The mill of Lihuc plantation be
gau grinding on Friday.