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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER 19, 1916,
iUSSIANS 10 BE
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letter 1 1 ; l .- mv;i reeeiveil :
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To tlu Editor cf Trin Cakdkn
WouM yon kindly 1. n favor to
those poor 1'ussiaiis wlio Imvc not
nuulo n ru-tosh of their venture in
H;!vnii, by publishing in your valu
able periodical the following notice:
"All Russians who want to return
to Russia with their families, are
hereby requested to communicate
immediately tsuir names (and those
of wives and children) to the Rus
sian Consulate. 1928 Wilder Avenue,
With anticipated thanks, I remain,
Dear 8ir, very truly yours,
A Maiil ks,
Imperial Russian Consul.
(We are not, aware that there are
any "poor Russians who have not
nude a success of their venture in
II r.v.iii" on ibis i-l.im!, but if there
are we h pe their attention may be
n.!i rac'.e.l to the above letter. Ed.
J . V. V. Haci.s, v'. ; nrM :.t
of Hack ' 1 .V Company, !!; nehdu,
hi- written ;; s'.r.-.n, peis. n;.l b i t i
'idli' urfiiu.- 1 be as-
s.u.e i,t ti.e Mil wmcli !iti.- Veil lielil
up in Congress since ?i:v
providing for a hi -al vi'it pnl
ssrviceable harbor Kt .N ili :!i.
The letter will a)j (hrin 1 1 1 u xt
issue of this paper.
T iai:ks ExUni cd
The teachers of the Lihue public
s.d.ool wish to extend t banks to the
g 'ntlemcn who so kindly gave the
childrt n such a delightful Christmas
trc.it. Thi' tree was a joy to all,
and most especially to the many
who bad never seen one. It the
gentlemen could have watched the
children's happy faces, they would
have been amply repaid for their
The Kauai Telephonic Co. ;m
nounces'tbe preparation of its direc
tory for the year 1917. All persons
planning a change of residence or
desiring to have telephones installed
within the next month or so are
respectfully requested to notify the
company immediately in order that
such changes and the names of new j
subscribers may appear in the dim j
The company also wishes to call j
the attention of the public to the!
inconvenience and trouble caused j
by parties on the same line calling!
each other without the aid of thci
central. Without li it iis- rtnii iiu-
whetber the -.nie be n ;i.- r rot. i.
person will often nltciiipt to call i
party on the same Hue wh r. oth' v:- ,
are engaged in a convocation. Asib ;
from the annoyance cause! by the
buzzing sound in receiver, the con-;
vcrsingpartiesv.il! find themselves1
disconnected, as ringing of the bell ;
is the central's signal that the con-I
versation is at a close. If the de-!
sired number be given to the mi
tral all such complications will be
Persons desiring their name ami
Dr.Tlraneli", the dentist, ariived
in Li hue yesterday. He will go to
tlnmilnhi Snturdiiv to lirinir bis I
family over and will locate perma-' nve same by paying a charge of
nently here". 50 cents per line. Ring up this oiliee.
telephone numbers in black type in
the 1917 Telephone Directory may
n Nawiliwili Garage
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
al! hoars, 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.
gM O N
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Ajrcnts for Kr,ni.
The time for gift-giving is close at hand, Selections should
be made without delay, to avoid the rush which increases to
wards Chrislmas. An immense Stock is offered from which to
make selections, the items below being regarded as seasonable
We have a splendid variety of:
Carving Sets, Manicure Sets, Scissor Sets, Thermos Goods,
Safety Razors, Silver Picture Frames, Jardiniers, Vases in
Bronze, Brass and Sat-Suma Ware, Sweet Grass Baskets, Ash
Trays and Tobacco Jars, Rogers Silver Ware, Waltham &
Koa Goods from the Hilo Boarding School;
Lemonade Trays, Card Boxes, Round
Trays, Cribbage Boards, Napkin Rings,
Ash Trays, Calabashes, Flower Stands,
Center Tables, Jewel Boxes, Almond
Bowls, Book Racks, etc.
Electric Goods: Percolators,
Curling .Irons, Disc Stoves,
Toasters, Water Heaters, Chaf
ing Dishes, Sewing Machines,
Japanese Goods: Silk Kimo
nas, Silk Auto Caps, Crepe
Scarfs, Crepe, Kimonas Lacquer
Ware, Jap Table Cloth, Flow
er Pots, Carved Tables, etc.
Hawaiian Souvenirs: Shell Ink Stands,
Coat of Arms Jewelry, Leather Photo
Albums, Shell Leis, Seed Bags, Shell
Paper Knives, Picture Frames, Pin Cus
hions, Guitars and Ukuleles, etc.
And of course TOYS for the children:
Bicycles, Tricycles, Velocipedes,
Autos, Submobiles, Doll Carts,
Tool Chesls, Stoves, Kitchen Sets,
Dinner Sets, Railroads, etc., etc.
A Good Collection of Cut Glass
Let the Victrola add to the enjoyment of your Christmas Din
ner. All sizes of Victors and Vitrolas in stock from $1 5.00 to
$75.00. Selected Vi&or Records on hand.
See us about our special Christmas Certificates for Victor Records.
Open on Saturday Nights