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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. JULY 18. 1916
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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West of 1'Meury the French are making progress.
German Positions Taken
LondonThe German second line northwest of Bazentin-lc rjctit
has been captured by the lhitish. Positions also taken as well as re
tnaininK German holds at Chiller and La Coisselle.
The Kaiset is reported to be on the Somtne fiont now.
Russian Sucsesses Continue
Petrograd Russian successes on tht lower Liua river continue.
In Volhvnia sector the Russians have taken 13,000 additional pris
oners. Nine Deaths Reported
Asheville, N. C Nine deaths are chronicled as the result of the
flood here, Two women were found miraculously alive in a tree top.
The river is falling
The Republican Convention
Honolulu The dove )f psiee hovers over the G. O. P. conven
tion . Dropping ot the Philipiues plank eliminated the onlv good bat
tle in prospect. Kmil A. Hermit is picked for party ehiiriuati. George
W. Smith is permanent chairman of the convention. May close to
night. Suffrage plank like that of 1912 is proposed for the platfoim.The
special committee divides and compromises on home rule theory. Karry
Baldwin, of Maui, made a strong speech against the proposed plank
and was upheld by Di . Goodhue, of Kona, Desha, of Hilo, and Thomp
son, of Oahu.
New machinery to be ordered for the Honolulu Iron Works.
Court Lunalilo celebrated its 37 anniversary last Saturday, about
300 members being present.
New York Fourteen more deatks and 95 cases of infantile paral
ihe Gasoline of Qualify
reduces your gasoline cost because every
drop atomizes evenly through the carbu
retor and gives full power.
Standard Oil Company
Use ZEROLENE, The Standard Oil for Motor Can
A Summer Camp for Boys will be es
tablished at Polihale Napali District 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
NOTICE N. G. H.
I beg to advise the members ot
the Kauai National Guard that I
have on hand the following pic
tures for sale:
Officers picture taken at Lawai
Beach House, $1.00.
Ofiiceis picture taken at County
Building, SI. 00.
Regimental picture taken at Li
hue park July 4th, $.50. This
picture taken fiom the roof of the
Regimental picture taken at Li
hue Park, $.50
Picture taken from the review
Should anyone desire any of the
above, please make selection and
P. O. Box 177, Lihue, Kauai.
I mil now prepared to handle yo' i
ulcriptioli for tin' following iiiiigiiiiie:
Ladies I Ionic Journal
Saturday Evening l'oi-t
New Story "
K. C. HOl'PKI!,
nVRRVTHING IN THE
Silver and Gold Link,"
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Mtuv broken to harness and sad
dle, Apply II. Vincent. Lihuo.
Ring up 444
and order a case of
(a real grapi' drink)
Lihue Ice Co.
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
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R. D. ISRAEL
Post Office, Kealia
Enquire at Lihue Store
with Rounded Inside Comers
are bo constructed that the most deli
cate tastement 13 retained. in. food kept
in their clean, wholesome, sanitary
PRESERVATION OP PURITY,
SCIENTIFIC REFRIGERATION, ,
ate alt combined in the
Ask to see thiswonderiuIRefrigerator ;
at our store.
Or write for prices and literature.
W. W. Dimond & Co.. Ltd.
"The House of Houseware"
-):M5 King St.
The Bank of Hawaii, Limited
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT CLOSE OF BUSINESS, JUNE SO, 1910.
Loan?, Discounts and Overdrafts $5, 61) 1, 430. 48
Bunk Promisee, Honolulu.... .... ....... . 1(8,970.0.1
Bunk l'ronu'wH, Lihue j 11,:123.C0
Cus-tomcrs' Liabilities Under Letter of Credit 218 591.7.'!
Other AiwtH " l,s' 042.118
Cash and Due from Bunks 2, liil)'l-J0K7
Capital, Puld Up 9 000,000.00
Undivided Profits o !)75 fi-
Peneion Mind 44 781 "5
U-ttcrs of Credit Ontptiinding "hsV)')! ?!
Ihwrved for Interest " "ploco'ob
Dividends Uncalled for " '(Wi'lOO
"epochs 8. 1 82,800.00
Teriitrry of Hawaii, j ) t
City and County of Ilrnohihi ) -
I, A. LEW IS, .IB , Vicc-Picsident and Milliliter, l.ehiji lln-t duly' sworn, do
solemnly wear (hat the'above w true to the lest of my knowledge and hclicf.
A. LEWIS, .JR.,
, , , , Vice-President and Manai-er.
Lxi mined and found correct :
AUDIT COMPANY OF HAWAII, LTD.
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(' H. ATIJER'JON )
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S'di-crihed mi l voni to befoie me this 1st day of July. 1911!.
I : Notarial Seal) J. D. .MARQUES,
July 11. is. 2-- Anir. 1 Notary Pulilic. Fir-t Judicial Circuit. T. II.
American -Marsh Pumps
Boilor Feed Pumps
Hydraulio Pressure Pumps
Automatic Feed Pumps
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
The Best Value
for Your Money -
The Regal Shoe
Perfect in style, fit, and
We have many different
styles in stock.
REGAL SHOE STORE
Mail orders promptly executed.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO
Dealer in I
Hay, Grain and Ohickhn
Sole Agents for I
International Stock, Poultry Food I
and other specialties, Arabic for
cooling Iron Roofs. Petaluiua In-
cubatorn and Brooders. I
Kino's Si'Kciai. Chick Pood I
P.O. Box 452, Honolulu 5!
The Famous DELROYS, Direct
From Australia, in Clever Juggling Ads.
Also Pictures of the Kamehameha
Day Events in Honolulu, Including The
Horse Races at Kapiolani Park; and the
Movies of the Lihue School.
Record Entertainments by Eddie
This Big Show Will Open at Wai
mea Tomorrow Evening, July 19, and
Will Make all the Prnicipal Theaters of
Popular prices will prevail.