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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, 1ULY 11, 1916
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of
THE GARDEN ISLAND
A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays.
Entered at the Postoflice at Lihue.IIuwaii, as Second-class Matter.
Subscription Rates: Per Year $2.50
Six Months 1.50
Three Months. , 1.00
Subscriptions Payable in Advance.
Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts. 75 cents per
Inch per Month.
K. C. HOPPER, - - - Business Manager
Despite lisht showers, the fourth
of July entertainment of the cliil
'lren, which took place in liana
maul", park was a jrrcnt success.
The youngsters had all kinds of
sports, for which prizes were
given, and put 120 gallons of ice
cream where it properly belonged
,.t... . -
The Circuit Court opened Wed
nesday morning for the July term.
True bills were found in all of the
criminal cases expect one.
The trial jury will tcmoruw
begin the hearing of cases.
i:rf Red Inner Tubes
j Often Matched in Color
But Not in Quality!
;1 Michclin Tubes tire Red because certain in- I
I'-'l gredients necessary to their superior elasticity and j:--
durability make them Red. j '::v'
11 Many inferior tubes arc simply dyed . .I f
f:'B red In Imitation of Michclin's but '.J ::
f:l the Miclielin ingredients are lacking, so these tubes ' "I
are no more durable than ordinary gray tubes. 'A '-l
vW ay M'chcl'n3"The Original Red TubesAnd if'xl
V V'-A Get The Best
KAUAI GARAGE CO. ij
A Summer Camp for Boys will be es
tablished at Polihale-Napali Dislritf: Kau
ai, from Aug. 1 0 to Aug. 24.
All Boy Scouts and other boys who
might be interested are invited to come.
A charge of $3.50 for the whole period
will be made including food and lodging
and transportation from Waiawa to Poli
hale and return.
Mr. E. Allen Creevey, Scout Master of
Kauai, will be in charge of the camp and
he will have as assistants others versed in
running, shooting, hiking, etc. All the
various forms of scouting will be taught.
Any boy coming should bring a change
of clothing a light blanket and a mosquito
If you wish to come drop me a post
card, not later than Aug. 1 st.
Party will leave Waiawa Aug. 1 0.
ERIC A. KNUDSEN
Haraulis Gomez, a Kilipmo of
one of the Makaweli camps, was
allowed to plead guiltv to a charge
of murder in the second degree in
Judge Dickey's court Wednesday
ard was sentenced to not less than
twenty nor more than fifty veins
at hard labor.
(Ji'orL'i' Xmios. Yusliiichi Miva-
1 ---ci-- ' - .
haia and llenhon Kanoho, pupil-
in the Kolon school, having pasM'd
the cjghth grade examination held
in .l.tine last, have been awarded
diplomas by the Department of
Tenders Teachers Cottage
The Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai al Lilinc, Kauai,
will receive bids up to 10 o'clock
a. in. of .Inly oth, 11110 for furnish
ing all materials, tools and labor
ami erecting a 7 room teachers cot
tage on the Kauai High School
grounds at l.ihue, according to
plans and specifications. All bids
must, be accompanied by a certified
check in favor of the Hoard of Su
pervisors and covering o'r of the
The usual bond will bo required
of the successful bidder.
The Hoard reserves the right to
reject any or all bids.
Plans and specifications will be
furnished for the sum of on ap
plication In the undersigned.
.1. II. MoltMiNI ,
County Uoad Supervisor,
l.ihlie, .lime 'JOIh., l!ll(i.
The above call for tenders Inn
been pospoucd to July Mth .u
10 a. in.
J. 11. MoUAilMC,
County Ron! Supervisor.
I'Ol'XTY WW H HA NT No. ...
of the value nf "JO in the mum
of the uii'lcr-igned. Finder will
plea-e return to John Costa. Ilunic-.-teaiN.
Mare broken to harness and mid
dle, Apply II. Vincent, Lilm.'.
Ring up 444
and order a case of
(a real (,rape drink)
Lihue Ice Co.
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
R. D. ISRAEL
Host Office, Kealia
Enquire at Lihue Store
The Best Value
for Your Money---
The Regal Shoe
Perfect in stvle, fit, and
We have many diffeient
styles in stock.
REGAL SHOE STORE
Mail orders promptly executed.
cu . own . aawou n-smsiastm wourjs
8 CALIFORNIA FEED CO
jj Hay, Gkaix and Oiiickun
8 Sole Agents for
International Noek, Poultry Tood
8 anil other s-jieeialtie. Arabic for
eooliiiK Iron Hoofs, l'etallniia In
I eubutor and BroodPr.-i.
King's Sitciaj. Chick Food
I'.O. llox 452, Honolulu
Ksncas anssa faaj nruii .
.Mi. 1 1 .Cl'miwn, uf W'iiiinea, wa-
a i;iM'iiger in tin- Kinan Saturday
night I'm- Honolulu,
HVUKVTIIING IN TH1J
SlI.VKK AND fiot.D I,INK,S!
Rich Cur Glass and
Mkuchandisk or? thk
;liii5T Quality Only.
P. O. Hox 342 Honolulu
with Rounded Inside Corners
are so constructed that the most deli
cate taslement is retained in food kept
in their clean, wholesome, sanitary
PRESERVATION OF PURITY,
are all combined, in the
Ask to see thiswonderful Refrigerator
at our store
Or write for price- and lile-atnre.
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"The House of Housewares"
."lli-lif) Killti St.
Haleuluwehi Small Farm
New crop being harvested. For
sale in Quantities to suit at 2? per
Varieties, Mohihi (white w'th
red skin), hua moa (dark yellow).
waiancane ( white with white skin ),
Send orders bv postal to P. O
Box 125. Lihue.
A Rare Opportunity For
Large Consignment of Men's And Youth's
Ready-to-Wear Suits That Must be Sold.
In Addition Every Item of Ladies' And
Gents' Furnishings In The Store Reduced
to Effedt Sale.
Sale Now On
SILVA'S ELEELE STORE
The Bank of Hawaii, Limited
tlONOU'U'. TKIMMTOUY OF HAWAII.
STATKMKNT OK CONDITION AT OLOSU OF 11USLK.SS, JUXH ISO, 11)10.
Uiuiis', Discounts and Overdrafts
Bank 1'rcinU'.-, Honolulu
Bank riviniww, Liloie
(.'uMninei'f' l.ialiiiitics Under Lttlern of
Oedi and Due in in Hunks
Letters of Credit nti-tanilili'
I.'e-'orved for Interest
Dividend- rncallcd for
Ten ill of I law nil,
Cil and Co;inl,v of Honolulu i
1, .. LI'.W'IS. .11!., Vin'-'it'ii!i'iit
Mileninli vear tl.al ll.e above it trtie to
A. LKU IS, .11!.,
Vlee-l're.-.iilenl and Manager.
ICxainined and found eoneet :
.CI)i (O.MI'ANY HAWAII, LTD.
1!., MATH M ( ItA'HAM C. A.
' II. TI'KlilON )
'. A. COOKK ) Diieetors.
K. W. MACI'AI.'L.VNK )
lKilib"d and sworn I befo:i mi- tl.is I t daj of .Inly. I'.MIi.
-..laiial Nail .1. I). M AlUJl'ICS,
luh. II. is, A'i I Nut.in I'nlilie. Kirr-l .ludielal Cireuil. T. II.
turers have long extolled
the superior virtues of paraffine
base motor oils. But Pacific Coast
motorists have proved that Zero
lene, made from selected Califor
nia crude, asphalt -base, gave best
results. Their experience is now
supported by the testimony of in
ternational experts. Lieut. Bryan
stated before the Am. Soc. of Naval
Engineers: "Oils made from the
asphalt-base crudes have shown themselves better
adapted to motor cylinders, as far as their carbon
forming proclivities are concerned, than are paraf
fine -base Pennsylvania oils." Zerolene received
highest competitive awards, San Francisco and San
Diego Expositions. Dealers everywhere and at service
stations and agencies of the Standard Oil Company.
the Standard OHJbrHotor Cars
Credit - 1.' 18,61)1.7:1
L', :!, I-4H.S7
- $ (1(0,000.00
- iil',ll7 1,7
anil Manager, Leini; ihA ilnh swoin. do
tke bid of my knowleilie ai'il Iteliel.