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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 15. 1913.
Trice $:l.60 each.
Tin' feature of the modern hy
, LIGHT, BRIGHT, EVERLAST.
ING Cannot Chip, Ruit, nor.
Taint t'ue Food.
CMit no more than other makes
We invite your inHpection of the
'J'riile .ji the Kituhun."
3)-UA King St. Honolulu
The freighters Kentuckian and
Hilonlan both visited Port Allen
list week, the former arriving
Thursday mornine and the latter
Friday atlermxm. The Kentuckian
brought 50 ton of peuirul ciirgo
a-id took away 2 200 tons of sugar
and 1300 cases of canned, pineap
ples. She sailed Friday afternoon
The Ililonian took the place of
the Kentuckian ' nt the landing,
bringing 22 tons of Coast cargo.
She Bailed Sunday afternoon for
Hilo. takinn a-'so 2200 tons of
sugar and 1600 cases of canned
Brodie Home Overhauled
The home of H. II. Brodie, in
Hanaprpe, is being overhauled,
and tht house and grounds will be
placed in first class shape. The
s u per v sing principal will leave at
the end of the month for Califor
nia, and will be accompanied home
in September by Mrs. lirodie. The
latter has been absent nearly two
Have Good Feet
No matter what style of
shoe you choose, the very
fact that it is a REGAL
insures that it will be
Fitted by the
' FOOTOGRAPH ' SYSTEM
REGAL SHOE STORE
"The way to wealth is
as plain as the way to
market: it chiefly de
pends on two words,
You are industrious, of course: So
NOW be frugalSAVE!
Paper Bags, Twines,
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Fort and Queen Str.U
GEO. G. GUILD. Vic. Pr. & Mgr
Report On Korea
The Ifnu-scns Enlerla'n
Mrs. and Mrs. K. A. Knudsen
very pleasantly entertained a few
friends at d.nner at their Kekaha
home Tl ursday evening. Dr. and
Mrs. Putman represented Lihue on
The editor of The Garden Is- j
land is indebted to the Govern-1
ment-Geueral of Chosen (Korea)!
for a handsomely bound book,
printed in English, being the an
nuel report "On Reforms and Pro
gress in Chosen (Korea) "The book
contains nearly 300 pages, with
map, statistics, etc.
JuJge Hofgaard Returning
Judge Hofgaard i t returning
from San Francisco and will likely
arrive at his home in Waimea a
week from tomorrow. He had the
misfortune to catch a severe cold
while looking at the sights of the
exposition, as a result of which he
was laid up in a hospital for two
days. At !ast accounts he was re
ported to be in good shape again.
Filed At Honolulu
The following Kauai papers
have been received at the bureau
of conveyances in Honolulu:
TOMMY MIKA to Emma P.
Makee; hit in Ap 4 R P 7417, Kul
9833, Waioli, Hanalei. Kauai.
May 27, 1914. $33.
KINA K KELAU & HSB to
Emma P. Makee; int in Ap 4, R P
7417, Kul 9833, Waioli. Hanalei,
Kauai, May 28, 1914. $33.
PUA MIKA (w) to Emma P.
Makee, int in R P 7417, Kul 9833,
Waioli, Hanalei Kauai. May 22,
HIRAM PAHAU to Emma P.
Makee; int in R P 7417, Kul 9833,
Waioli, Kauai. May 22, 1915. $34.
ELIZABETH W. WERNER &
HPB to Henry Birkmyre; pc land
and bldgs, Hanalei, Kauai. May
TO. 1915. $250.
Mr. LuiteJ's Property
In his will the late J.Oswild,
Lntted bequeathed his interest in !
certain pineapple property nenrj
Kapaa to Mrs. Jennie Wythe J
Brown, a frietw'. The balance of i
his estate he left to h.s daughter.
The value of the property of deceas
ed is stated to be $4,500.
Passengers In And Out
The following sailed by the W.
G. Hall last Tuesday afternoon
for Honolulu: Ben Ilaahc, Capt.
G. B. Leavitt, D A. Semple. C.
F Drake, Miss Puulei, L. M. Fish
er, F. Bover.
The following arrived by the
Kinan Wednesday morning from
Honolulu: Mrs. Putman, Miss
Whittingberger, Richard L. Hal
sev, Chuck Hoy, Mr. Beck. F. B.
Cook, Miss Rosalie Alba, Miss To
shiko Ichinose, Miss Sara Kaula
hao, Mrs. Rose Waiamau, Miss
Elizabeth Brandt, Miss Tillie
Brandt, Miss E. Maile, Miss Ela
ine Kalaweola, Miss Julia Huudy,
Miss Annie Kapuniai, Miss Bea
trice Bertelmann, Miss Marv Kau
lili, F. Stange. Miss Marv Werner,
Miss Kamikivo. Rosebella Werner,
Miss Fuhu Sakuma, Miss Victoria
Castro, Miss Wilhelmina Cum
mings. Miss Lizzie Kilauano, Miss
Beatrice Chung, Miss Julia Moses,
Lee Pok Kee, S. Ichinose, John
Waiamaai. A. Richmond, T, Ishi
mura, S. Kawahar.ii, M. Tanaka,
The following arrived by the W.
G. Hall Friday morning: G. N.
Wilcox, Helen Palama, F. A. Ly
man, C. H. Dye, Miss C Stewart,
Miss H. Ilamauku, Semple, Jos.
Palama, E. A. Creevey, W. A.
Ramsey, Miss C. M. Noves, Mrs.
Santos, S. Take. G. Teraoka,. K.
Okumoto, and 22 deck.
The Honolulu Construction &
Draying Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha
'aiian Express Co. and Nieper's
Express, assure all Kauai passen
gers arriving at or departing from
Honolulu of prompt baggage de
liverv and courteous treatment
f Our drivers are experienced, relia
Vluiuituciui-ud by tliH Whittier Colmrn Co., Nm l-'rauciwo, Cul., I'. S. A.
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Sales Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
Honolulu, T. H.
FOR EVERY TRADE
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Cooking at the bc& is disagreeably hot during
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BLUE -FLAME OIL STOVE
2 Burner Stove $ 7.50
3 Burner Stove 1 1 .00
4 Burner Stove 14.50
Cabinets for 2 Burner Stoves $5.50
" 3 " " 6.50
" 4 " " 7.00
Single Ovens $3.00; Double Ovens $3.50.
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Hay, Grain and Chicken
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awl other Hpnoiultiei. Arabic (or
cooling Iron Hoofs. I'etuluma In
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