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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 15, 1921, Page 6, Image 6',
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' THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, FEB. 15, 1921
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THE HUI HELE
SECURE PROTECTION AT EVERT POINT
Tou fire not certain Just where bad luck will hit you and when.
The Pacific Mutual FIVE WAY POLICY covers you fully.
PERMANENT DISABILITY '
Henry: Waterhbuse Trust tCo., Ltd..
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Save Your: Clothing:
CONOMY demands that the expansive ahirt, the fine gown
or the suit be laundered, cleaned or dyad only bj--
THE METHOD EXQUISITE ':
of the c
and DYEING AND CLEANING WORKS
J. ABADIE, Prep. .. Honolulu
(Send the package by Parcel Post)
If you are not now receiving the REXALL MONTHLY
MAGAZINE please send your name for mailing list. The
Magazine has recently been enlarged, and improved by the
addition of stories by prominent writers and pictures of
THIS SERVICE IS ABSOLUTELY FREE.
Boensn, Smith & Co., Ltd.
SERVICE EVERY SECOND
The Rexall Store Box 426 Honolulu, T. H.
W. C. BREWER
Painter and Interior Decorator
Auto Painting and Varnishing
Paint Shop at Grove Farm, Lihue
Near Blacksmith Shop
We Want You
that we have just received a shipmeit of the
GOLD MEDAL HATS
We invite you to come and inspect and price
our goods. We are sure you will be most
agreeably surprised at both quality and price.
J. I. SILVA'S
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The Hul Hele Loa, to the number of
18 or 20, spent Saturday In an outing!
along the sea coast to Ihe east of
Koloa, a region comparatively little
known, but full of interest and beaut;
as Mr. Ourrey's pictures have shown
They went by car to the Koloa mill
and aa that was operating and moBt
of them had never seen a sugar mill,
an hour or so was spent there under
the conduct of the mill superintendent
Mr. Ohrt, and the engineer, Mr. Luhr.
After the Inspection they think that
there are still some things about a
sugar mill that they don't know, but
their ignorance is somewhat less com
plete than it used to be.
From here a tew who did not feel
quite equal to a strenuous hike, and
who were willing to be useful and ac
commodating as well, took the cars
round by the public road, by way of
Koloa, to the Waiohai Beach Resort,
while the rest hiked it for Mahaulepu.
A milo and a half or so brought
them to Kapuuakea, with its fine open
pond and beautiful spring of clear
fresh. water. A gasoline pumping
plant lifts the water to the near-by
fields for irrigation.
That whole coast consists of bold
coral-bluff formation, raised from the
bed of the sea,. with here and there
beautiful stretches of sand beach, and
the most exquisite sea colorings in
delicate blues and greens. The three
miles or so along the shore, or over
looking it, taken leisurely, made an
easy hiko. The leader pointed out
the petroglyph beach where the ledge
of pictured rock is snow unfortu
nately covered up by a deposit of
sand. , At the old Hawaiian burying
ground, said by some to be an old
battlefield, there .are many evidences
of interment on a large scale, at any
On anivlng at Waiohai, a little
after noon they found a most welcome
lunch awaiting them with hot coffoe
and other dainties.
It was such a perfect day that they
were loath to come home, so they
spent most of the afternoon there with
no farther purpose than to enjoy the
place and its natural beauties. .
On Friday, February 4th, the Wal
mea basketball team won the division
championship game from the Maka
well's with a score of 20-8. On Mon
day the Waimea team will play the
Lihue team for the Island champion'
ship. With the practice the boys are
getting, there is no doubt of the com
ing game being a good, hard one.
On Friday, February 11th, an appro
priate program was held on the
school lawn, on Abraham Lincoln.
Each little boy and girl played his
part well. Rev. Carver gave a short
talk on "Abraham Lincoln" and was
enjoyed by all who heard him. The
program was as follows:
1. "Star Spangled Banner". .. .School
2. Recitation Grade 5B
3. Words of Abraham Lincoln.
4. Lincoln's Boyhood Grade 3B
6. Song Grade 2A
6. Reading Grade 4B
7. Recitation Receiving Room
8. Song "Sail On, O Ship of State
9. Abraham Lincoln Grade 1
Reading Grade 6 A
12. A play Grade
13. Address Rev. Carver
14. Song "Hawaii Ponol"
MAKAWELI SCHOOL HAS
LINCOLN DAY PROGRAM
Makaewll public school observed
Lincoln's birthday last Friday with
the following program:
1. Song "America."
2. Lincoln's Flag Katsu Torainaka
8. Lincoln's Picture Grade
4. Quotations from Lincoln . r.raAa
Like Lincoln. Grade
Song "Lincoln" Grade
Lincoln's Gettysburg Address
Oh Captain, My Captain MIt
9. Star Spangled Banner
February 11th also being the birth
day of the greatest inventor the nine
teenth century has known, some time
was spent by each teacher telling
the life and works of Thomas Alva
Edison. The Eighth Grade wrote
letters of greetings to him, the best
which will be forwarded to him.
We have just received our spring
line of dress goods'in the fol-
lowing materials': .
Glenshade Cotton Voile 40 in. ,
Lorraine Egyptian Tissue 36 in.
Maidine Voile 26 in.
Silk 6c Cotton MessJine 36 in.
Cotton & Fibre Gauze
Marvel 32 in.
Flaxon; Fancy Organdies;
The above goods are now
G. B. HQF6AARD a CO.. LTD.
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Notice is hereby given that at the Annual aud Directors' Meetings
of The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., held this day, the following Officers
and Directors were elected and appointed to serve for the ensuing
C. H. Cooke.
E. D. Tenney E. P. Bishop ,
Roxor Damon O. O. Fuller Frank Crawford
R. McCorriston F. C. Atherton
Audit Co. of Hawaii, Ltd.
P. G. H. Deverill, J. A. Radway, A. B. Clark
E. W. Garden, F. C. Bailey
T. A. Cooke, C..T. Littjejohn, Jr., R. L. Richards.
V. C. Schoenberg Cashier, Waipahu Branch
A. Anderson Cashier, Waialua Branch
C. O. Kuhlinann Cashier, Lihue Branch
W. F. Horner... Cashier, Kapaa Branch
DIRECTORS KAUAI ADVISORY BOARD
0. H, Atherton W. D. McBryde
F, C. Atherton C. A. Rice
E. F. Bishop ' .. W. F. Sanborn
C. H. Cooke ' H. D. Sloggett
R. A. Cooke H. D. Wishard
Roxor Damon H. Wolters
W. F. Dillingham
J. A. McCandless , -E.
Richard H. Trent .
H. H. Walker . . '"-
Frank Crawford i v ; if . ' '
Susie "Papa, what makes a maa al
ways give a woman a diamond en
Her Father "The woman." Edin
WAIPAHU WAIALUA KEALIA
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