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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 22, 1914.
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Excellent Christmas Gifts
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 Film Tank, (no darkroom necessarv) $2.50
Brownie Enlarging Camera $2 and up.
Kinetoscopes and Balopticons. 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.
1IOFGAAKD & CO.
Ilofgaard & Company have an
immense wholesale and retail es
tablishment at Waimea. with
branches at Kckaha and other
places. Their trade extends for
many nr'les in all directions. A
very largv lumber business is a!o
carried on. Judge Ilofgaard began
business in a modest way at Wai
mea in 18S5. The business is now
incorporated, the officers being: C.
H. I lofgaard, president ;: John Fas
soth. vice-president: T. I'.randt.
treasurer; '.. K. Mahlum. secretary
and manager. President Ilofgaard
owns most of the stock.
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In The Circuit Court, Fifth
Circuit, Territory Of
At Chambers In Probate, No.
In the Matter of the Estate of 1
William Hastie, deceased. '
Order of Notice of Petition forj
Allowance of Accounts. Detenni-'
nation of Trust and Distribution"
cf the Estate. "' '
On reading and filing the peti-l
tion and accounts of Marv Jane'
Hastie, of Hanapepe, Kauai, Ha-!
Xjvaii. wherein petitioner asks to be
allowed $114$. CO and charged with
$257.00, and asks that the same be
examined and approved, and that
a final order be made of Distribu.
tion of the remaining property to
tlie persons thereto entitled and
discharging petitioner and sureties
from all further responsibility
It is ordered, that Saturday, the
9th day of January A. D. 1915, at
10 o'clock A. M. before the ludge
of said Curt presiding at Cham
bers at this Court Room in Lihue,
Kauai, Hawaii, be and the same
hereby is appointed the time and
place for heaTing said Petition ard
Accounts, and that all persons in
terested may then and there appear
and show cause, if any thev have,
why the same should not be grant
ed, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled to the said pro-1
Dated the 27th day of Novem-
(Sgd.) Lyle A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk ot the Circuit Court of the
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
HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, Ltd.
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Makaweli Store, anoilier of Ka
uai's big mercantile establishments,
is owned by the Hawaiian Sugar
Company, and docs an enormous
business. There are flourishing
branch stores connected with it.
these being located in the principal
plantation camps. .Mr. Carl Payer
is the manager. His first lieuten
ants arc C. Spillncr, M. V. Fer
nandez and J. K. Purgess. The
truck delivery business of the Ma
kaweli Store is quite large.
J. I. Silva, the pioneer merchant
of Eleele, has three flourishing es
tablishments, the main, big store br
ing at Eleele, with bran"bcs lo
cated at Homestead and ;u Hana
pepe. He formerly had branches
at Koloa and Kalihiwai, but on ac
count of the tremendous-growth of
his Ekcle and other enterprises
iiear home, found that he had not
time to properly look after his dis
tant establishments, so closed them
up. At Eleele Mr. Silva carries a
very large and complete stock of
general merchandise. He has his
"drummers" on the road ami main
tains a very complete auto truck de
livery service to great distances.
Mr. Silva is general manager of
his stores. A. M. Souza is manager
)f Eleele store, John (i. Abreu of
I fomestead store, and M. R. Jardin
of the establishment in 1 lanapepe.
Mrs. Silva is postmistress at Eleele,
while Mr. Silva is acting postmaster
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And we are all ready for it. Our Santa Clans
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.
YOl.T will always remember your trip
tip: ami:i:u'an ioxtinknt
If ymi trawl via
The Scenic Line of the World
Feather Itiwr Canyon ami tlie
Denver & Rio Grande
FItKI) L. WAI.PKON, LTD., A-. uts
The MePryde Store, situated at
the edge of tlie Eleele highlands, is
i l ege wholesale and retail .stab
ishiucut under the (iiergcti.- man
tgenietit of Mr. K. K'oendahl. This
sto-e is a p.art of the business of
the MePryde Sugar Company, and
has branches at the mill, at Lawai
and at Kukuiula. Tlie MeHrvik
Store has its auto truck delivery
service, and makes a strong bid for
business for miles around.
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K A PA I A STOKE.
M. P. Fernandez created the
present Kapaia Store, one of the
most successful independent tner-
aniile establishments on Kauai.
From a small beginning be has
workeu up ranullv. -ir. lernanuez
rame to the island from the busi
ness establishment of Gonsalves &
Co., where he had already earned a
reputation for sobriety, businc
ability and energy. I lis success is a
matter or genuine pleasure to maiiv
people who know and like him.
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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.
SILVA'S ELEELE STORE
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A FULL LINE OF
WILLOW, WICKER, HONG KONG GRASS
AND MANILA FURNITURE
ALWAYS IN STOCK
I COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD., Honolulu
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 l
The Makee Sugar Company gen
era! store at Kealia, known as the
Kealia More. -Mr. 1 1. J . Wilcox.
manager of the plantation, is al
manager of the store, althou;
much of the work is handled by
Joaiuin Souza, assistant manager.
An unusual feature about this
store's business is that it is run
Ion a strictly cash basis. This was
the idea of Colonel Spalding, who
! put the .system into effect early in
i the present Near, and it xeetus to be
j working out beautifully. The slm e
: does a very large business with j
1 , plantation laborers, the homestead i
ers in the neighborhood and the;
eotmtrv for several miles around, i
Colonel '.. S. Spalding, one of the,
shrewdest and most successful bus
iness niiu Hawaii has ever known,
has spent most of this year at Kea
lia, and has taken an active interest
in developing his merchandi.se en
terprise on cash lines; and his ideas
and personality are to be noted in
its business character.
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and most com
of the season.
N'.) other shoe
un had the tre-
nii hiioiii sale
that th:s has.
Cai l ird in three
Dull K'il, and
2' to 7
i Sll s
Why not get a pair of these for Christmas?
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
I.imr:, KAfAt. Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Dkai-'TS Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Savings Du i'Aktmknt
Interest paid on Savings
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per ei ut on Term
lKposus. Ordinary Saving
Deposits will be received up to
?2,5uO in any one account.
Saik Di:rosiT Boxks for
Kl-NT AND f.l A YKAR
Mclnerny Shoe Store honVlulu
Two seater and double rum.
I J ble Overland automobile in cood
i cor diticn. Will sell for csh very
Continued on page 15.
m. j. rassotn, Makaweli.