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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECKMBKR 22, 1914
Largest Cleaners and Most
Sanitary Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
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High Class Work.
Launrlry Returned by
Free of Charge
To All Towns On Kauai.
777 King Street
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise oe the
Best Quality Only.
P. 0. Box 342 Honolulu
We carry all the best grades
of paper, stationery, and of
We will give your mail or
der the same care and prompt
attention that you would re-
I cmtc m person.
Drop us a line.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
i CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
(Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
' International i-tk, Poultry FimhJ
I and other sppfialtiei. Arahii- for
6 coolinp Iron Hoof-. IVtaluma In-
cubators and Hroo'li-r-j.
King's Special Chick Food
& P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Paper Bags, Twines,
THE LA IU i EST
IN THE TERRITORY
MAIL OUDEHS PUOMl'TJ.Y
PAPER CO., LTD.
Fort and Quern Street!
CEO. G. GUILD, Vicc-Prei & Mgr
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
The three lending hotels of Kau
ai are located at Lihue, Waimea
and Hanalei. All of these cater to.
the travelling public. In addition
to them, there are boarding houses
in most of the towns. With ample
supplies of fresh meats, fish,
vegetables, pineapples and other
country produce ready at hand,
the tables are good, while the liv
ing accommodations are rather
above the average for rural com
munities. HOTKL LIIIUK (V AIRVIKW).
Hotel Lihue. the former "Fair
view", located in Lihue, is owned
and operated by W. H. Rice, Jr.
It is the largest hotel on Kauai,
containing 22 rooms in the main
building and cottages on t h e
grounds. The hotel is located in
a park ot tropical verdure, which
is well kept and is beautiful all the
year around. Being directly in
line with the breeze from the
ocean, Hotel Lihue enjoys an ex
ceptionally fine climate at all sea
sons. The service at Hotel Lihue is
fully up to country standard, and
is well spoken of by the travelling
THE WAIMEA HOTKL
The present Waimea Hotel is
only three years old, although the
premises have been used for hotel
purposes a very lone time. Rich
ard ("Dick") Oliver has had
charge of it about five years.
The hotel as it now stands has
an excellent dining hall and first
class table service. There are liv
ing rooms in the main building
and on the beach near by.
m me nrst ot tne year t lie
capacity of the hotel will be great
ly increased by the addition of the
Periera premises, next door, an
account of which appears under
another heading .in this issue.
Nawiliwili Garage is owned by
C W. Spitz. A first class auto
livery service is maintained, witli
intelligent and courteous chaffeurf-.
The garage has in connection with
it a repair department, and is al
ways prepared to put the "miss
ing link" in any machine. Acces
sories, rubber uoods, gasoline, etc.,
are handled. Mr. Spitz is sub
agent for the Schuman Carriage
Company, a n d sells everything
from the small Ford to the big
Pierce-Arrow. A carpenter and a
blacksmith shop are maintained in
connection with the establishment.
C. A. Nelson is the head mechanic.
J. L. Iljorth is bookkeeper and
Gay & Robinson
Gay & Robinson have a very
large estate at the west side of the
I island, much of it being leased,
i i .1 rti
govi-rnineiu mini, lucir cane is
'turned into sugar at Makaweli
mill. I he area under cane is 2,100
acres. This year 7,404 tons of
stnrar were obtained frrmi 1 f)3?
acres, an average ot .r tons to
the acre. After dividing with the
millers, Hawaiian Sugar Company,
the growers had 5.173 tons as their
I lie 191o crop will be from 1,
acres, a n ct uie estimate is
modestly placed at 7,000 tons.
Sinclair Robinson is manager of
the Gay & Robinson plantation
and John Bryant is the head luna.
Organized, field athletics on
I Kauai are under the direction of
the Kauai Athletic Association,
J the officers of which are: B. D.
Baldwin, president; Gay lord Wil
cox, vice president; A. R. Galisyer,
secretary; C.B.Gray, treasurer.
The Association was started in
1 1911, the intention then being to
take in all lines of sports, but at-
' tculiou has thus far been confined
principally to baseball and foot
BANKS OF KAUAI
There are two batiks on the is
land of Kauai Lihue Branch of
the Bank of Hawaii, at Lihue, and
Ui s h o p & Company. Waimea.
-Both are branches o f Honolulu
banks, both own their own build-
tugs aim t n nearly all respects
both are engaged in the same lines
of the banking business More
over, both are doing vcrv satisfac
tory business, have had a success
ful year and have promising out
look for 1915.
THE LIHUE BRANCH
The Lihue Bank, familiarly
known as the "Lihue Branch", on
account of it being a branch of the
Bank of Hawaii, as above noted
was established August 1. 1903,
with M r. Frank Crawford, the
the present cashier, in charge.
The start was made in the main
street corner of the old Lihue
Store, adjoining the former post-
The present reinforced building,
owned by the bank, was occupied
,-pril 4, 1913.
This bank has a savings depart
ment and safe deposit boxes, and
is a depository for Postal Funds.
Harold Morgan, the county
treasurer, is assistant cashier.
THE WAIMEA BANK.
Bishop & Company's branch
bank at Waimea commenced busi
ness on the first of July, 19U, in
its own building. It does a Reue
ral banking business, and has a
Savings' Bank department.
The establishment of a bank on
the Waimea side of the island re
lieved along-felt want. It has
proved of great assistance to busi
ness houses and makes possible
the cultivation of considerable
areas of sugar lands by smaller
holders by making advances on
This bank is a branch of the old
established banking house of Bis
hop cv: Co.. at Honolulu, aim is
under the management of Mr. T
Brandt, with Mr. Chang Ya as
County government on Kauai
was started July 1, 1905, and has
proved the one and only successful
county system in the Hawaiian Is
lands to date. Sept. 2, 1913, the
construction of the present com
niodious and beautiful county
building was begun, the new offi
cial home being occupied in April
of this year. The county building
cost between $50,000 and $60,000
complete. A list of county offi
cials appears elsewhere.
Waiahi Electric Company brigh
tens the nights for Lihue, Nawili-
wili, Hanamaulu, Kapaia, Grove
Farm road and the intervening
country. Moreover, it furnishes
power for mills, cold storage
plants, garages, printing offices,
etc. Its power station is located
about six miles above Lihue toward
Waimea also has its lighting
system, while Makaweli, Elcele,
Kekaha, Lawai and Koloa ane
lighted from the electric plants of
Lihue and Koloa have three rej;u
lar mails a week from and to Ho
nolttlu. All other places have two
each way regular, while extra
boats and the Matson steamers
complete a very fair service. Mails
are uespatclted and received over
the Star routes, touching all points
on the island, three times a week
Hawaiian calendars HHike ex
cellent gifts for the New Year.
They are pretty and useful. Ar
leigh's Crossroads Bookshop, Ho
V. T.. Fiost, representing
Phillips & Company, is making a
business visit to merchants ot Kau
ai. A Rizal celebration is plauucd
for Kapaa on the 30th,
We Are Introducing
They have stood the tost. Give
real foot comfort. No wains to rip.
Never become loo-1 or hafjy. The
shape is knit In -not pressed in.
GUARANTEED lor llnencss,
style, superiority of material and
workmanship. Absolutely stainless.
Will wear (J months without holes,
or new ones free.
OUR SPECIAL OFFER
to every one sending us SI. 00 in
currency or postal note, to cover
advertising and shipping charge,
we will send po-t-paid, with writ
ten guarantee, backed by a live
million dollar company, either
3 Pairs of our 75c. value.
American Silk Hosiery,
or 4 Pairs of our 50c value.
American Cahniere Hosiery,
or 4 pairs of our 50c value
Ameiican Cotton-Lisle Hosiery
or 6 Pairs of Children's Hosiery.
Hive the color, size, and whether
Ladies orient's hosiery is desired.
DON'T DELAY Oiler expires
when a dealer in your locality is
THE INTERNATIONAL HOSIERY CO.
V. O, Box '-M l.
DAYTON, OHIO, U. S. A.
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
P.O. Box No 594 Honolulu
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
HOXOLiriA, T. II.
& & &
Agents for the
and dealers in Ollice Stationery
and Piling steins.
Carry a coinpleto stock of tho
tilohe-WernicUe Filing Cabinets,
All repairs on typewriters guaran
The Kegel Club
1 He Kegel Club, ot Linue, en
gages principally in the sport of
bowling. It has adequate club
quarters. The present officers are:
C. Maser, president; W. H. Rice
Jr., vice president; E. Malm, sec
retary and treasurer.
Lihue Tennis Club
1 he Lihue lennis C:lub lias
beautiful courts, which have been
extensively improved during the
year. Playing i s frequent, and
tournaments often occur. The pre
sent officers are: W. H. Grote,
president; II. Vincent, secretary
Kauai Social Clubs
AS. . M R
The Ou Club, of Uhue, is a,
leadiiiK social organization, the
programs of which run to dances, j
card parties, picnics, etc. Missi
Catherine Maclutyre is president
and S. K. PTannestad secretary and
treasurer i this orKauiztiou. I
The Ilima Club, at Makaweli,
aud'lke Maile Club, at Kleele, arc
MANITOU TABLE WATER
AND GINGER CHAMPAGN3
Rechrrged with its own natural gas; delicious, sparkling,
invigorating, healthful and absolutely pure. Highly recom
mended bv physicians for complaints of the stomach and
J. I. Silva, Eleeie,
Kapaia Liquor Store, Lihue.
Distributors on Kauai.
Christmas and New Year
--$2 -Dinner - $2
Vanilla Ice Cream
Nuts, Raisins and Fruits
Black Coffee .. Tea
From 6:00 P. M. to 8.30 P. M.
December 25, 1914 and January 1, 1915.
Any special orders for pies and cakes will be carefully done in
this hotel. Advt.
YOU, TOO, CAN HAVE
FITTED BY THE
Simply write us
JbUUlUGKAPH Chart. When it
comes, place your foot on it and draw the
outline. Send it to us with your order for
any slyle of shoes you desire. When the
shoes are tried on you'll find them to be a
perfect and accurate fit. The most scientific
system in the world, and controlled by us
for this Territory.
We shall issue Shoe Orders for Christmas Gifts, as
usual. You can buy one for any amount you wish.
The recipient will be very pleased.
HAWAII SHOE COMPANY, LTDX
(REGAL SHOE STORE)
Pantheon Building . Honolulu
Ml the Big
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bie collwie names ou will find
that the ball almost invariably
used is the REAC H OFFIC IAI.
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