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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DEC. 30, 1919
FINEST RENT CARS ON KAUAI
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Light and Heavy Hauling
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Lading and we will do the rest
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White Satin 10.00
Silver Cloth 12.50
Whit.- Kiel 12.50 to 15.00
lllaek Suede . 15.00
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THE STORY OF 1919
As seen In the columns of the
Jan. 8. The first Indications of the
coming flu appear with one case re
ported In the Lihuo Hospital. Confi
dent assurance that w0 will escape
Feb. 4. The Parke ward at Lihue
Hospital completed and opened. In
case of an epidemic of influenza this
ward will be invaluable for the accom
odation of the children.
Feb. 18. The fia is in full swing,
with some 292 cases on the Island.
Facilities for handling the same are
being rushed, especially at Makawcli.
where the epidemic fell in large pro
portion as out of a clear sky.
March 4. Uncertainty as to the
final disposal of Lihue Plantation' en
emy alien stock, American Factors to
Becure the same.
The Tentorial Senate takes a hand
in the Lihue directorate.
March 18. The flu situation much
Careful examination being made of
Kapaa with view to developing a first
class harbor there. Report favorable.
Legislature approves, and appropri
ates $182,000 for same.
March 25. Wailele-Kitsap collsion
in mid-channel. Complete loss of both
vessels. The Kitsap floats about as
a direlict, and a menace to commerce
for some time.
April 15. The flu a memory. Some
900 cases in Lihue out of a population
of between 5000 and 6000. Only five
deaths a wonderfully good showing.
Appreciation of those who rendered
April 29. The Kama invade Kauai
128 of them and Bcore a great suc
cess as athletes, singers, and general
May 6. Supt. of Public Instruction
visits Kauai and is received ' most
cordially by the people, and makes a
very good impression. Addrssses the
Mokihana Club; meets the parents of
Lihue High and Grammar school in
a conference, and has various confer
ences with leading people, all of which
leads to hopes for the future.
June 3. Mis. J. M. Dowsett visits
Kauai, and makes a tour of same, ad
dressing various women's meetings in
the interest of woman's suffrage.
June 10. Filipino shooting traged
ies before the circuit court emphasize
the danger of easy availibility of fire
arms. June 17. Puu Ka- Pele region popu
lar. Many parties up there on all
available occasions. Twelve machines
there the preceding Sunday.
June 24. Kauai High School grad
uates first class with appropriate ex
ercises and orations at the Tip Top
theatre. It consisted of seven mem
bers three Chinese and i'our Japan
ese. Not one bonafide American in
July 1. The Punahous invade the
Garden Island with baseball and other
July 8. The depth of A. S. Wilcox
recorded as a loss to the whole Ter
ritory as well as to the local commun
ity. Aug. 19. The Ala-'.au-walittle linn,
make one of their significant tradi
tional returns to the Island, and all
the world goes a fishing. "
Aug. 20. The A. S. Wilcox will
probated in the Circuit Court.
Revenue man makes a big haul of
illicit booze and parapernalia, includ
ing five stills, five demijohns of okole
hao and some hundreds of gallons of
Continued Next Week.
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Baldwin enter
tained at a dinner party on Christmas
Dr. and Mrs. Dunn entertained over
thirty children on the afternoon of
Christmas Eve, when Santa C1u.uk ar
rived in time to distribute the hand
some gifts from a real Xmas tree. In
the evening they were at home to the
grown lips, when instead of Santa
Clause, the visitor Was Dan Cupid, who
took the opportunity to announce the
engagement of Mr. Curtis Turner and
Miss Harriet Stanley.
On Xmaa day Dr. and Mrs. Dunn
gave a dinner party in honor of Mrs.
Eskew, the mother of Mrs. Dunn, who
is their house guest.
Miss C. Thompson, principal of the
Makaweli school gave a party to the
8th grade scholars on FTiday, the 19th
and on Saturday entertained the school
teachers to a (lance in the principal's
Mrs. Guy Rankin wan" hostess at a
Tennis Tea on Christ mas day.
The Misses Lewell: ng, Gallinger and
Wyman invite 1 a number of the young
er set to a dinner on Xinas day to meet
Miss Jones, who is visiting them from
Makaweli piople were delighted to
have Miss Mulanr.cn, who U visiting
her parents at McBryde. among them'
The annual Christmas dinner took
place at the Makaweli Club House on
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