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THE GARDES ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUG. 3, 1920
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1112 UNION ST. - HONOLULU
We read a good deal about the beau
ties of the Garden Island, we "boost"
them, perhaps, as we hRve opportunity,
but a good many of ws know them
mainly by hearsay. We haven't seen
them with our own eyes. The eye
witness is the convincing witness, and
the only one who carries much weight.
We expect tourists to come all the
way from the mainland, and grow
eloquent about our Island, while we
ourselves will hardly go across the
street to see the things that we are
trying to boom.
Within easy reach of us, in all di
rections, there are scenes of rare in
terest and beauty, of whose existence
we know little or nothing; year after
year we neglect them, and plan per
haps, to Journey to the far ends of
the earth to see things no more in
teresting or beautiful. This is absurd
on the face of it. The, love of nature,
like charity, begins at home. It is
one of the first duties of allegiance to
the Garden Island, to know personally,
nt first hand the beauties of the same,
that we may be able to give a reason
for the faith that is in us.
During these eeiTgntfm summer
days, with clear skies and fresh
trades, why not take a day off now and
then, and retreat into the mountains
and see some of the wonderful pic
Hires that Nature has painted, and
read some of the wonderful stories she
has written. There are many discov
eries and many surprises in storo for
DON'T MISS THE PLAY
Something never yet shown on Kau
ai will be staged for two nights only
at the Kapaia Japanese i school on
Saturday, August 7th, and at the Tip
Top Theatre on Wednesday, August
eleven, under the supervision of Mr.
Sawa, violinist and pianist, well known
in musical circles of Honolulu.
August, seven at Kapaia Japanese
School at 8 P. M.
A Song of the Garden Isle
A song of the shower (flower)
2. Butterfly Dance
3. Comedy The Latest
4. Violin Solo Mr. Sawa
accompanied by Mr. De Lacy
5. Opera Urashlma. - -
August eleven at the Tip Top Theatre
8 P. M.
A song of the Garden Isle
A song of the shower
2. Opera Urashima
3. Japanese Flute Solo
4. Butterfly Dance
5. Violin Solo
7. Opera Shitakirisuzume
The main features are the operatic
plays Urashima and Shitakirisuzume
both of them well known to lovers of
Japanese folk stories. The former
consists of cast of some forty children
while the latter a cast of some twenty
characters all dressed in perfect cos
tume the beauty of which will be seen
amidst a display of r.d and green
These plays have been staged in
Honolulu several times and also in
Hilo and on Maui and have won great
applause. Now is Kauai's chance, so
don't miss the play.
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sound. So the school was disbanded.
The equipment as far as it was sale
able, was sold off at public auction,
and llio rral estate was disposed of by
private sale to Mr. G. N. Wilcox. The
whole thing brought, If I remember
right, between $5000 and $0000. .
Nothwithstanding the brief history
of the school of only eight years it
has yet made an honorable record for
itself in view of the fact that it
counts among its alumni a number to
prominence, in public or private
Among these may be mentioned the
Henry Blake, long deputy sheriff of
Koloa and now county auditor.
John Naleimaile, present 'deputy
sheriff of Koloa.
James Kula, formerly representa
tive from Kauai.
George Huddy, section luna for the
Harry Hoe, successful carpenter and
contractor who has done much work
for the county.
Jhn Noa, captain of police at Hana.
John Punl, assistant engineer on
big freighter Bailing out of New York.
Joseph Olivia, a trusted assistant of
the county clerk, Hilo.
Tom Pratt, carpenter at Pearl
Harbor, etc, etc.
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NA TIONALL Y ADVER TISED GOODS
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A
Direct Factory Shipment
OF Till CELEBRATED
HEINZ "57" VARIETIES
BEANS, Baked Red Kidney,
BEANS, Bilked Willi Pork mid Tomato Sauce.
PORK AND BEANS, Without Tomato Sauce.
BUTTER, Apple and Peanut.
CHOW-CHOW. CHUTNEY, HORSE RADISH,
KETCHUP, OLIVES, OLIVE OIL.
PICKLES, Sweet and Sour Mixed,
PICKLES, Sweet and Sour Ghirkins.
FBI PUDDING,' INDIA RELISH,
BEEFSTEAK SAUCE, CHILI SAUCE.
SOU P SPAGHETTI.
VINEGAR, CIDER MALT, WHITE For pickling.
CROSSE & BLACKWELLS
PICKLES. Ghirkins and Mixed.
PICKLED ONIONS, PICKLED WALNUTS, CHOW-CHOW.
. AM) WE CARRY REGULARLY IN OUR .
BEECHNUT, BACON, SLICED BEEF, PEANUT BUTTER.
"The Foods of the Finest Flavor."
BON-AMI "HASN'T SCRATCHED YET1'
CRISCO, "For Frying" "For Shortening" "For Cake Making"
"CLICQUOT CLUB" Ginger Ale, Root Beer, Sarsaparilla.
CAMPBELLS, PORK & BEANS, SOUPS,
'"Look For The Bed And White Label"
"ARGO" CORN AND GLOSS STARCH.
"Best For All Purposes"
KNOX GE LATIN, "Whenever a Recipe Calls For Gelatin It
GRAPE NUTS, "A Wonderful Food For Children And Grown-ups"
DROMEDARY COCOA NUT, "Fresh Keeping"
"OLD DUTCH CLEANSER" Chases Dirt"
BORDEN'S EAGLE MILK, "The National Milk"
"HIGHLANDER" MILK, First Quality, Absolutely Pure.
"CARNATION MILK" Sterlized, Guaranteed.
VAN CAMPS PORK & BEANS, Prepared In The Vau Camp
THE QUAKER OATS COMPANY, PUFFED RICE,
PUFFED CORN, PUFFED WHEAT.
UNDERWOODS, DEVILED DAM AND DEVILED TONGUE.
KELLOGS, TOASTED CORN FLAKES, SHREDDED WHOLE
WHEAT, KRUMBLED BRAN.
"AUNT JEMIMA" PANCAKE FLOUR, "SWANSDOWN" CAKE
"I'll EZ" LOGANBERRY JUICE, "PHEZ" ASSORTED JAMS.
"IVORY SOAP" "For Washing Particular Things"
TOWLES "LOG CABIN" SYRUP, "Absolutely Pure Granulated
Sugar and Maple Syrup"
WELCUS' GRAPE JUICE, The National Drink
"JIFFY-JELL" Real Fruit Deserts.
"MINUTE" T A 11 OKA, No Soaking.
LIBBY'S, MEATS, JAMS, VEGETABLES
The Ice Cream Sold at Our Soda Fountain
IS MADE OF
Pure Cream Imported from California.