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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER. 14. 191$
at Hofaaard's is now on. Entire line of Holi-
day Goods, consisting of Norwegian Jewelry
and Spoons, Japanese Ware of all Kinds, Cut
Glass, Hawaiian Jewelry and Souvenir Goods.
Fine Books, Stationery. Toys of all kinds. Christ
mas Cards in beautiful and varied Designs.
Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention.
C. B. Hofgaar
Chamber Of Commerce
A regular nit eting of the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce will be held
in the district court room, countv
building, Li hue, at 3 o'clock
Thursday afternoon. A number
of deferred and routine matters
will come up.
Mr. A. R. Gurrey. well known
in Honolulu, now on Kauai, has
some paintings of local scenery on
exhibition in his studio at Maka
weli. Anyone interested in pic
tures should see them.
The following passengers arrived
on the Kinau Wednesday morning:
O.W. Upon and wife, T.Brandt.
C. Thurston. C. A Woode, F. J.
Holton. A. L. Bushnell. Miss" Or
ner, II C. Plankington, L. S,
White," Peter Anderson, Miss Hei
fers, Mrs. Heifers, Miss M. Rich
ards, Mrs. K. Ilamano, K. C.
Wha. Mrs. K. C. Wha, J. An
ducht, Chung Moi. P. B. You,
Mrs. Yon. J. R. Myers, Mrs. J. K.
Myers. Mrs. T. T. Stair. F. A.
AJexander, Mrs. Alexander, B. D.
Baldwin, M.s. C. H. White, P. T,
Schmidt. W. T. Dunn, Rev. S K.
Kamaiopili, W. L. Fernai.dez, Ne
tahara, T. Hirada, Mrs. Pair.ahala,
Mrs. Kiu'nae, Master Kiunae, Mrs.
R. Houghtailing and maid.
Most of the equipment for the
companies of the Kauai battalion
of the National Guard arrived last
week. The cases containing the
guns and uniforms for Companies
C, K and F came up on the Ki
nau, while those for Companies A,
B and D arrived on the W. G.
Hall Friday morning.
The rifles are of the 1903 model,
thirty caliber, regulation in every
respect. They are being issued to
men enlisted and actually sworn
in as members of companies.
The uniforms of the officers havej
not yet arrived, and it will prob
ably be several days vet before
they come along. This does not
matter much, however, for the
trappings of the officers' uniforms
have yet to come from the east ;
and it will be two or three weeks
more before they show up. I
It is expected that the entire j
battalion, officers and all, will be
uniformed and equipped before the
first of the year.
d &. Goo jj
i Paul Schmidt, representing
j Hackfeld & Co., arrived in the last
Kinau and is making a business
tour of the island.
Kalaheo Trading Co.
M. R. JARDIN, Jr., Manager.
TOURS THE ISLAND'
l;id Halton, the new represen
tative of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee in San Fraucisco, made
a tour of Kauai last week, coming,
over Wednesday morning and re-
turning t o Honolulu Saturday
night. He spent a day in and
around Lihue, visited Waimea, the
barking sands. Olokele and other
points in that neighborhood and
the intervening towns.
Mr. Halton was fortmrly in the.
pagsenger service of a leading rail-
road, and was selected bv II. P.
Wood and A. P. Taylor on account
of his success in taking care of
travellers. He will have a perma
nent office in the Monadnock
Building,. San Francisco, where
he will carry on his work. It will ,
be his plan to formulate itineraries
which will include nil the island
of the group including, of course,;
Kauai. In his work he will have
the cooperation, it is understood,
of the great tours bureaux.
The new promotion man had al
ready gone pretty thoroughly over
the islands of Hawaii and Maui,
and his Kauai tour completed liU
preliminary wrk in the Islands.
He will leave for San Francisco
during the present week.
The Accident Board
A meeting of the Accident Board
of Kauai will be held at the coun
ty building at 1:30 Thursday af
ternoon. It is expected that all
the members of the Board will be
present, for the first time.
Kinau Sailing Changes
On Christinas week the Kinau
will anive in Honolulu from Kau
ai on Christmas morning. Decem
ber 25, instead of Sunday, Decem
ber 26. She will also arrive on New
Year's morning, instead of Sunday
morning, January 2.
far cw- 1
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'0 hr tWi
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Primadonna Soprano of the Metropolitan Opera Co.
New . York and Royal Covent Garden London
R E C I T A E S
Saturday Eve. Dec. 18
Beginning at 8 o'clock.
Tickets on sale at C.
LIHUE SOCIAL HALL
Monday Eve. Dec. 20
Beginning at the same hour
$1.50, $1.00, 50c
B. Hofgaard & Company and Lihue Store.