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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, October 17, 1916, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1916,
(Continued fiotn p:e;c l.
slraigbt talk on life problem to the
Besides tlnso performances oilier
activities made the program -a full
one. lie wax the guest of the Mc.ld
linna Club and the Wahnoa Literary
Society and addressed them at their
first meetings of the season held
"Wednesday afternoon ami Saturday
night, respectively. Sunday he fill
ed the Rev. Mr. Lydgale'a pulpit
in the morning and in t'ue evening
that of the Itev. Mr. Oho, at Hana
pepc. Following the latter meeting
ho addressed Ye Kra Club, of Eleele.
Dr. Williams' interests are main
ly educational and his visits to the
various schools were important en
gagements Sunday afternoon, at
the homo of Mr. S. W. Wilcox, he
led an informal conference on edu
cational matters. The question of
educating island boys to come back
from school and find their places
here is a vital one to Kauai people
and to such educators as Dr. Willi
ams; and the discussion was entered
into with enthusiasm and earnest
ness by all those present. It Was
suggested that the practical sugges
tions of Messrs. U. liroadbent, F.A.
A'exander and W. K Schultze,
might be helpful to Dr. Williams
i:i dove oping (he agricultural cours
es of Mid l'acilic'li.siitut.' and)
migiit provo good hints for the gov
ernment schools of the island.
IK THE ClKCTIT COURT OF TllE
Piith Jrmci.u, Circuit,
In the nutter of the drawing ol
names! of persons 16 serve as Grand
I and Trial Jurors at the November
Order fixing time and place of
drawing and directing publication
of notice thereof.
It is hereby ordered that draw
ings of the names of the persons
to serve as GRAND and TRIAL
Jurors pt the November term, 1916,
of this Court be held at 9 'clock
A.M. on Wednesday. October 18th,
1916, in the Court Room of this
Court in the County Building at
Lihue, Comity of Kauai, and that
notice thereof lie given by at least
one week's publication of the time
and place of the same in the Gar
den Island, a newspaper of general
circulation, printed and published
at Lihue in this Circuit.
Dated, Lihue, Kauai. Hawaii,
October, 5th. 1916.
(Signed) Lvi.rt A. Dickey,
Judge, Circuit Court Fifth Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Attest: D. vVm. Dean,
Clerk, Circuit Court of the Fifth
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
Oct. 10 17.
MO newspaper can succeed with
out advertising, therefore we
solicit the patronage of our readers
for those who by their advertising
help to make this paper possible.
During my absence from tin Ter
ritory of Hawaii, H, W. Knight,
N'awiliwili, Kauai, will act. for me
under full power of at torney ,
C. W. Srm.
Lihue, Sept. 22, mif).
In the Offk'K of the Treasurer
of the Territory of Hawaii.
Tn the Matter of the Copartner
ship of GAY & ROBINSON.
Statement of change in constitution
of said copartnership.
Notice is hereby given that the
constitution of the above named
copartnership of GAY & ROBIN
SON, a firm carrying on business
in the District of Waimca, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, has
I won changed by the deaths of Mrs.
Helen Robinson, and Mrs. Jane R.
( Jay, two members of the said firm,
and that the surviving members of
the said firm, namely, the under
signed FRANCIS GAY, AUBREY
ROBINSON a n d MRS. ALICE
ROBINSON, are continuing, and
will continue, the said copartner
ship, and the business thereof, un
der the said firm name of GAY &
Dated, Scptemlor 18th, 191G.
Mrs. Alice Robinson.
Let Us Do All Your
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
WAIMEA HOTEL BAKERY
Fine Bread, Tics, Cakes and Pastry of
every description on hand ami made to
All orders entrusted to us will receive our
prompt and most careful attention.
KeKNA O KA Pl.UKU O K. TKIUTOUI-'.
E pili ana i ka II ui o Gay ame
Olelo Iloololi i ka Kumukanawai o
ua II ui nei.
Ke hoolaha ia aku nei o ka ku
mukanawai o ka Hui o Gay ame
Robinson, ho hui e lawclawe ana i
ka hana ma Waimea, Kalana o
Kauai, Teritori o Hawaii, ua hoo
loli ia ma ka make ana o Mis.
Helen Robinson ame Mrs. Jane R.
Gay, clua lala o ua Hui nla, a o na
lala c ola nei, o ua Hui ala, oia na
J mca no lakou na inoa malalo iho
I nei, Francis Gay, Aubrey Robinson,
lame Mrs. Alice Robinson ke hoo
1 1 : i i i
II.OIll liei, 11 K UUOIlilllll uku iinu i uu
Hui nei malalo no o ka inoa Hui
Gay ame Robinson.
Ilanaia i keia la 18 o Sepatcma
Mrs. Alice RoniNsoN.
W. A. Fernandez' Program This Week
wimBewL -p-as&uaie" 2
The Oliver Morosco Photoplay Co.
Ouvsn tcmosao phottopiav CO
George Beban in I he starring part
of "Pasuuale" exeeIN any of his
previous great successes. In the
heart rvr.diug pathos of the simple
trusting Italian whose hopes are so
cruelly betraved; in his kindliness to and love for animals and their evident love for him; in the
majestic awfulness ot the battles in the Alps, this living and hmnsely human masterpiece holds
The First Chapter of
THE STRANGE CASE OF MARY PAGE
Our New and Continued I'hotopla in Chapters
Something new . . Different and Better
Featuring the Two Favorites
Henry B. Walthall and IMna M.ivo '?v Frederick Lewis author of "What Happened to Mary."
HEARST SELIG NEWS
Will be shown at
Makaweli, Wednesday, Oct. 18; Eleele, Thursday; Waimea, Friday; Lihue,
Saturday; Koloa, Monday.
SHOW BICGIXS AT 7:10 p. m. SHARP EXCEPT SATURDAYS.
Popular Frices - 10 25 35 cents
Mi "TfTf "IT fTTIW -?TLr7-. w ttt ttti rjm hck-j
Evenings of enjoyment
on the porch with a Victrola
After a day's activity when your mind and
body need refreshment there's a joy that never dies
in hearing the music that you love best.
"Taking ii easy" with your Victrola ct your side,
fills your evenings with lr.i'itcr, thrills and melody.
The Victrola wins us way into your life until you
wonder how you ever did without it.
Let ua tell you how easy it ia to get a Victrola. $15 to $400.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Dkai-ts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe DnrosiT Boxes eor
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
ji ; j
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Wrapping Paper Taper Bags
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Bishop Street, Honolulu.
p i Distributors j ' j
w TERRITORY OF HAWAII $ jj I
Get our latett price ' I
5 Passenger 1916
Model Oldsmobile for
Hire at all Hours.
Tel 37 L
L'W beel, u n metal,
button boot, genuine e.xid
year welt Sole. Piit e 3.50.
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