Newspaper Page Text
THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. JUNE 29. 115.
iMan mm tmmmm a asanas
m mm Id
A PIANO RECITAL
CUT 20 PER CENT
Trice $H.60 each.
The feature of the modern hy
LIGHT, BRIGHT, EVERLAST
ING Cannot Chip, Rust, nor
Taint tha Food.
Cost? no more than other makes
We invite your inspection of the
"Pride of the Kitchen."
35-65 King St. Honolulu
tf r IP.
t nave kjooa reet
No matter what style of
shoe you choose, the very
' 1 fact that it is a REGAL
insures that it will be
Fitted by the
REGAL SHOE STORE
Lost Tuesday afternoon a piano
recital was given by the little pu
pils of Miss Irene E. Smith's mu
sic class at the home of Mrs. Ous
tav Hansen, Waimea. Quite a long
program was rendered containing
uets, piano solos and part-songs;
osing with the National Anthem,
sung bv the children and accom
panied, in duet form, by Harwood
Danford and Miss Smith, the audi-
nee joining heartily in the cho
The little performers were the
Misses Dorothy and Olga Hansen,
Miss Alexandra Knudsen, Miss
Alvs Danford and Master Harwood
Among those present were: Mrs.
T. Brandt, Mrs. W. Danford, Mr.
and Mrs. K. A. Knudsen, Mrs.
Schultze, Mrs. Whittington, Miss
ohnson, Mrs. Hansen. Miss Whit
tington, Mrs. Kruse, Mrs. Brandt
(of Kekaha), Mrs, Alex. Lindsay
and Rev. Mr. Milliken.
Kinau A Day Ahead
"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 frugal SAVE!
Intet -Island Steamship Company
has sent out the following advices
of immediate interest:
Please notify all Kauai people
that next week our steamer 'Ki
nau" will return to Honolulu ore'
a v ahead of regular schedule
time, leaving Kauai on Fridav,
uly 2nd, arriving at Honolulu
We will arrange for our steamer
'Likelike" to leave Nawiliwili Sat
urday afternoon, ' July 3rd, with
mail and passengers.
Breakfast : : t .50
Lunch : : .75
Dinner : : 1.00
Room : : . : 1.00
DICK OLIVER, Manager
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
F. O. Licht's report as of Mav
14 on conditions in Germany is as
The past week brought a few
good showers; on Friday in the
south and east and yesterday and
today in the south, west and north
west, the latter being quite local
In character. Except for these
showers the weather was generally
dry and sunny with cold nights
and field work suffered no marked
delay. Beet seeding id practically
finished and the first hoeing has
commenced in some quarters. In
spite of the cold nights the seed
has sprouted satisfactorily and the
early sowings are coming up well
and marking the rows in -many
A rapid growth is however hin
dered for the present by the cool
nights but on 4 he whole progress
is sufficient, and the former back
wardness is not increasing. The
wind and sun have dried the up
lands excessively in some parts of
central, north and east Germany,
and penetrating, drenching rains
are greatly desired. These have
fallen in the northwest during the
past few davs, and it is hoped will
spiead to central and east German
sections. An average decrease of
20 per cent in the size of the beet
sowings is still expected.
Mrs. Dr. A. H. Waterbouse and
children returned in the Kinau
Wednesday morning to Koloa from
a very pleasant visit to California,
Passengers In And Out
The followinc artived at Lihtie
Friday motning from Honolulu:
A. Robinson, Mrs. A. Robinson,
Miss E. Robinson, Chas. Gay,
Mrs. James L.Friel and 3 children,
Miss M. Wilcox, Warren Gregory,
Donald Gregory, Dr. F. L. Put
man, C. H, Dye, Mr. Cropp. F.
C. Howes, T. Kumatsu.
mas. uay, ot Lanai, came up
on the W. G. Hall Friday morn
ing to visit relations at Mukaweli,
The Ideal Vacation.
What is your ideal vacation?
A little group of friends were discussing the vaca
tion question the other evening. "If I could have just
the vacation I would like," said the Housekeeper, "I
would stuy right here in my comfortable home; but I
would do nothing whatever in the way of housework.
I would lie in bed just as Ion? as I wanted to in the
morning. I would have my breaktast brought to me in
bed if I felt like it. I would not know what was going
to be served for meal, but I would just walk into the
dining room and sit down to the table as if I were a guest. I would
never give thought to sweeping or dusting or window-washing. If 1
could have a vacation like that. I think I would have the time of my
life. I would like to have all the comforts of my home about me, but
for a while not have to give a single thought to the running of it."
This started the little group to discussing the ideal vacation.
"My ideal vacation," said the Business Woman. "would be to get
on a boat and sail and sail and sail. I wouldn't care where I was going,
just so I could keep on slipping over the water in the noiseless, steady
way a boat dots. I would want a stateroom to myself, so that when I
wished to be alone, I could. And I would want my meals in my room
or in the dining saloon as I preferred. Fortunately, I do not get sea
sick, and to me to rest and enjoy myself on a comfortable boat where I
could lie in a steamer chair and watch people, or talk to them, or join
in their amusements if I wished, or go off into my stateroom and be
perfectly quiet when I wanted solitude, would be an ideal way to rest
and enjoy myself. For my ideal vacation, I would take a dozen boat
trips all in one,
Mv ideal vacation, said the unmoors uirl, would be to get a
little tent-house out in the desert, or a cabin in the mountain, and live
there all bv myself for a while."
Oh, but vou would be lonesome, chorused the crowd.
No I wouldn't. And I would love that absolute quiet. A tent-
house in the desert where one would be practically living outdoors in
that wonderful desert air and sunshine, with the opportunity to watch
the wonderful desert coloring, and to stuuy the interesting desert vege
tation, would be a unique experience. Desert life is different from any
other kind of life, the colors are magically beautiful and the flowers
and plants are out-of-the ordinary. Vou would seem to be living in a
new world. But I would enjoy just as much a cabin in the mountains
with a big, roaring fire at night, and the curtains all pulled down, and
a cheery light and some books, and not a sound but the wind in the
trees outside and mavbe a mountain brook, and in the normng the
sound of birds to wake one. I think that would be ideal.
"Wouldn't it be delightful if we could all have our ideal vacation?
Perhaps we might have it, if we would make a little effort to bring
it about. In some cases it might be only the effort of frankly stating
what we would like, I have an idea if this housekeeper's family knew
what she wanted in the way of a vacation, they would gladly plan to
give it to her. But she is so tender hearted she does not want any of
them to think that she gets tired of doing for them. And so for avaca
tion the family usually go to some seashore place and take a cottage
and she goes on housekeeping. The change of location is sufficien
change for the rest of the familv;-but they seem to overlook the fact
that this brings little change for the housekeeper. Housekeeping is the
same, whether in a seashore cottage or at home, Indeed it mav mean
more vexatious work in a rented house where conveniences are not
such as the heusekeeper has in her own home. But without doubt,
did the family know what her ideal vacation if they would give it to
As for others of us who have special longings, couldn't we, with
a little planning and determined effort, achieve these vacations? And
if it would really mean a lot to us to realize our ideal in this mttter,
why not make the effort?
At anv rate, let's ponder a bit this matter of our ideal vacation
and see if it is not possible to make it an actuality this summer.
Consider What the Price Includes
Genuine Oak Leather Top Siddle,
English Rubber Pedals,mot :r size. Ex
tension Handle Bar, wide top. Wound
Finish is in rich cherry red with jet
black head. Four coats of enamel.
Steel Guards front and rear, with
New Departure Coafter Brake.
What More Could Anyone Ask?
All equipment is the best. Such a bicycle is mighty
easy to ride and it always brings delight to the rider.
B I What More Could Anyone Ask? fe?S.NI
LZ.,J11 lf All equipment is the best. Such a bicycle is mighty TS j
easy to ride and it always brings delight to the rider. r Jt j
jjlrtl Price Complete $27.50 1 m J
ipy ' M General Merchandise I
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
ceive in person.
Drop us a line.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Bldg. . Honolulu
YOU will always remember your trip
THE AMERICAN CONTINENT
H you travel via
Th'wnic Line of the World
Fi-utl er River Cunyon and the
Denver & Rio Grande
FRED I.. Vf.VI.DRON, LTD., Agent
FOR EVERY TRADE
Willi1 1 1 1'itylr'-li'i" 4Jr-!,.. ' i i1 WlW'ffl
I Combination Square with Protractor Head and center head
gets. From 9" up to 24". Hardentd blade.
I We have the largest toc!c of tools in the Territory.
Lewers& Cooke, Ltd.
" U 1.1..
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hay, Gkain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
liitiTiiallixml mm k.l'oultrr Fond
ml t!iT rtrulti'. Arable for
cooling Itjii lOx.ta. IVtaluma In
cutalir aiul Ilroodora.
King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452. Honolulu
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Box 524 HONOLULU
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and 30NDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.