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The World's Masterpiece in Photo-Drama in 8 Parts.
A Study of Roman Society Under Nero
Gladiator Combats, Chariot Races, the Burning of Rome, the Christians
Thrown to the Beasts in the Arena, Human Torches to Light Nero's Gar
dens, the Giant Slave Ursus and the Savage Bull and many other famous
scenes of Roman history.
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Supervisor s Meeting
The Supervisors will hold their
regular monthly meeting tomor
row. On June 1, in the foienoon, a
meeting will be held for the pur
pose of winding up the business of
the present bonrd and turning the
affairs of the county over to ' the
new board. In the afternoon of
the same day the new board will
meet and transact certain prelimi
nary business required b y law
The next board will have two new
faces, Mr. Brandt taking the place
of Mr. Gay, and Mr. Rodrigues
appearing in place of Mr. Ekekela
Mr. And Mrs. lsenberg
Rev. Hans lsenberg went t o
Honolulu Friday night on planta
tion business and to officiate at a
wedding ceremony. He will re
turn next Friday morning.
Mrs. lsenberg, who had been in
Honolulu about two weeks, re
turned to Lihue this morning.
Miss Lewis Leaving
Miss Lewis, secretary to Mrs.
W. H. Rice. Sr., will shortly leave
for Honolulu and the east and may
not return again to Kauai.
D. B. Maconachie, of Fred VVal
Iron, Ltd., who has been making
in extended, business tour of Kau
ii, returned home Friday night.
Dr. Putman, Inventor
Dr. F. L. Putman, of Lihue, is
the inventor of a cane loader which
promises t o revolutionize and
greatly reduce the cost of the
work it is expected to do, Patent
has been applied for, and one of
the machines will be used by the
Uakee Sugar Company very short
ly. Experts who have examined
the plan of the orooosition believe
that it will reduce the cost of cane
loading in the Islands one half,
Steamers Sail Ahead
both the Kinau and W. G. Hall
went out a day ahead a,jain at the
week, end they sailing on Friday
in place of Saturday. The Iwalani
came by and took the mail to Ho
nolulu Saturday night.
A PASSING SCENE.
Governor Pinkham has reap
pointed Albert S. Wilcox a mem
ber of the Kauai board of prrson
inspectors, and George N. Wilcox,
W. D. McBryde and W. II. Rice
(also reappointed) members of the
Kauai license commission.
C. B. Gray, of Kapaa, was a re
turning passenger by the W. G.
Hall Friday morning from Honolulu.
Chamber Of Commerce
The next meeting of the Cham
ber of Commerce (scheduled fpr
the 17th) will be held in Waiinea,
under the terms of a resolution
adopted some months ago which
provided that each alternate, reg
ular meeting should be held there.
The annual meeting and ban
quet of the Chamber will be held
in Lihue on August 9th.
Mrs. Christian To City
Mrs, C. S. Christian, of Hana
maulu, and her little son, Stanley,
have gone to Honolulu, where
they will spend some time with
the former's mother. Mrs. Chris
tian has been ill for about two
months, but is much improved of
late. Miss Strayne accompanied
Makaweli s Extra
At a meeting of Hawaiian Sugar
Company (Makaweli) held last
Thursday, an extra dividend of
51.00, or a total sum of $150,000.
was declared, to be paid on June
Col. Spalding s Garden
Fukunaga, propietor of the Li
hue barber shop, who is an expert)
Japanese gardener, has been en
gaged by Colonel Z. S. Spalding
to lay out a Japanese garden on
that gentleman's estate at Kealia.
It will be quite an elaborate and
Percy Deverill and his friend,
Mr. Radway, spent an enjoyable
vacation of about ten days at Ha
nalei and other parts of Kauai.
Kealia, Wed. Thurs. June 2-3
Lihue, Fri. Sat. " 4-5
Waimea, Mon. Tues. " 7-8
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Three weeks will be shown the first night and Quo
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Reserved Seats 50c. & 75c. General Admission 25c.
Tickets on sale at Lihue Store and C. B. Hofgaard's, Waimea.
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