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THE OARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28, 1916,
( C midiiucl from paccl)
Wa.hnea; 1). Win. l)c'n, I,jhu0)
mid V. Weber. Waimea. .
A let tor linn been received from
the Honolulu en I of the proposition
reading in part ns follows:
"Already we linvc two of theenn
vasscs, thirty-one feet lonK, stretch
cd, and Mr. Lionel Wulden is now
up at Mr. John WaterhouseV ilaee
on Tantalus making the sketches
for the diornmn of Honolulu. He
and (.Jordan I'sWiie and our other
artist? hnvo selected n view along
the line of the Oahu IJailway for
that diorama.- The next will be the
Pali. After that wo have the one
of Hilo Hnr1or and Maunu Ken,
Kilauea Volcano, and then Ilalea
kala, nnd we sincerely hope, Wai
men Canyon. Yon see, we include
the seven scenic wonders of Hawaii.
"These dioramas will be placed
in n spacious building located on
Bishop Square," and will probably
f remain there all winter, as the
building will linve a very artistic
front, Ix'inc designed by Gordon
I'sWne. The, I'an-I'acitic workers
are making a point of having only
' material used in the big pageant
and for their work, that will be
permanent, for it is quite possible
that we may send these dioramas
to the mainland or elsewhere. For
instance, had we had them m time,
they might have gone to the Hilo
Fair, or to the County Fair on
Maui, and if there is a cou:ty fair
on Kauai next year, we might send
"I sent yon a descriptive pamph
let of dioramas, and am sending
you other copies. Could I be of as
sistance to you in getting this lunt-
ter In-fore some of the most promi
nent members of the Kauai Cham
ber of Ooinmerce, action might be
taken either through a committee,
or by interested- members, before
December 21st., which, as I said,
would crowd the artists and prob
ablylepi ive them of their holidays?
"Everything is progressing well
over here. We have built a studio
for Mr, (Jurdon t'shoine in which
be is making the stucco and stalT
work fur the floats and the Pa.i-
I'aeilic arch ns well ns the dioiti
ma foregrounds. Wn have secured
the empty lot adjoiningthe opera
house and bore the bodies of our
floats are being built, and we havi
another building where 1 he hundred
lug fish of Hawaiian waters, which
will go on bicycles, are being con
firm ted. It will be ll ie hiir n ITiiir
and we certainly want thuco opera-
lion of Kauai in a way that will
benefit your island, and as we are
not asking you for pa-u riders cr
anything else this year for tfie car
nival, I trust that you will be as
eager to enter the diorama of Wai
mca Canyon as we are to have it.
and to boi st for our 'Garden Is
In Thk Circtit Court, Fifth
clrctit, territory oi hawaii.
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday morning: '
Mr. and Mrs. Wm.( Mend. F.
Koclling, Mr. and Mrs. Lord, K.
Xishimura, S. Awoki, L.W.Pnanch,
Fred Patterson,1' LV Lives rev, A. I?.
Core, ran, H. A. I'icler, U A. Hud
son, F. M, Larenz, Mr. and Mrs.
Lee, Joseph I, Togugami and wife,
G. P.. Wilcox, A. Ilaneberg, J.
Lynch. Mrs. L'Orange, Mi ,s M. L'
Oranye, Olaf L'Orange, E. A.Knud
sen, A. F. Fry, W. II. lliciv Jr.,
E. C. Vauglian, Mrs. Hop Sing, I..
Ahoy, F. W. Kim and wife, Rev.
S. H. Ahii, Y. Yoshimoto, Lev. Y.
Kai, Chung Pon, T. Orezona. Pah
The following arrived . by the
steamer Maui Friday morning:
W.l. Robinson. H. T. Wheeler,
II. S. Truscott. II. 'Raker,, E. dc
Lacey, E. T. Emager, Mrs. Derby,
T. C. Maedoi ald, W. Waterhousc,
R. II. Ttaeey, C. A. Rice, F. M.
Branch, Miss Aki, Chjis. Aki, J.
Tano, J. Macano, J. C. Teraoka,
Kwai Tong Ka'm, Miss Mabe Kam,
Miss Busch, Mrs. Chang and infant.
C. W. SPITZ; Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELFPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
AUTOMOBILES AND LIGHT
PIERCE ARROW, HUDSON, STUDEBAKER. OVERLAND
AND FORD CARS,, FEDERAL AND
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
The Best in the Market for the Money.
Agents for Inter Island Steam Navigation Co.; Ltd.
at Nawiliwili, Kauai.
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
Richard L. Hughes. Deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Administration,
On heating and filing the peti
tion of Margaret Scott Hughes,
now of Hilo, Hawaii, widow of
R i c 1 a i d L Hughes, deceased ,
allegitig that the s.fid Sichard
L. Hughes died intestate at his
place of domicile, to-wit, Elcelc,
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, on
the 18th day of October. A. D.
116. leaving property in the Ter
ritory of Hawaii necessary to be
administered upon, and praying
letters of administration issue to
her, the said Margaret Scott
It is ordered that Satr.rdav, the
16th dav of December, A. D.
1916, at 9 o'clock A. M.. be and
hereby is appointed for bearing
said petition in the court room ot
this court at Linn's Kauai, Terri
tory ot Hawaii, at which time apd
place all unisons concerned may
rfppe.'ir and show cause, if any they i
, ' i ;i , ,, . r
nive, wny said pennon miouiu not
be gl anted.
iJattsd Lilnu, Kauai, Tetritory of
HjM-uit, Nov. 8th, l'JHv
ISild.J LYLE A. DliJKliY,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd. ) D. Wji. Dean,
Cierk of the Circuit Court ot the
Fifth' Circuit. -tf.v.
14-21-23 Dec. 5.
for your t
Caviar Puree de fois Gras Olives
Mince Meat. Plum Pudding
Plum Pudding Sauce ' Cranberry Sauce
Sweet Pickled Pears and Peaches
Dates Figs Nuts
Currants and Raisins
Candied Orange, Lemon and Citron Peel
Maraschino Cherries Crystallized Ginger
Small Blacks Scotch Toffee
Bonbons for Table Decoration
A FARMER carrying an
express package from
a big mail-order house was
accosted by a local dealer.
"Why didn't you bay that bill
ef gooJi from me I eoold haoe
weed yea the expnm, and beidee
you would haoe been patmrdttng a
home lion, uhkh hclpt pay the
taxet and bolide vp Ottt locality. "
The farmer looked at the mer
chant a moment and then eatdt
"Why don't yon patnrixe goar
home paper andadoertieet I rend tt
and didn ' know thatyoa had thestuff
I hate here."
S-ven nassengi'i-S'.:nl.-;i.iker auto
innbile in l'nt elasri condition. New
cushion covers and storage battery.
A,ply P. O !ox fi"), W'ainiea.
the merchants who ad
vertise in this paper.
They will treat you flight
We neatly uck ami mail
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George Walsh anci Doris Pawn
"Blue Blood and Red"
A picture' of love and adventure Genuine eowboys help in mak
ing this picture a real Western film. Full of comedy and pathos
from start to linish.
Fourth Chapter of
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The Girl and The Game"
The (Ireat Railroad Film Novel In Chapters P.cst Serial Show
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Kekaha, Saturday; Koloa, Monday.
FRIDAY AND SATURDAY TiP TOP RIDAY AND SATURDAY
DEC. 1 - 2nd THEATER, UHUE AT 7:30 O'CLOCK
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With An All Star Cast Players
Myrtle Ktcdiimu Klliott Dexter
Howard Davis Jack Livingstone
A Thrilling Dramatic Feature Phn-
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The Serial that has nil iiessinn Who Killed Pollack? Come and
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