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HE GARDEN ISLAND, TOESDAY, APRIL 5, 1921
Our regular shipment of Ford Cars and
Ford Trucks will arrive Wednesday via the
Some of these Ford Cars and Trucks are
Place Your Order Now And
Get Immediate Delivery
Touring Car, with self starter
One Ton Truck
Kapaa Town Lots
112 1 -2 ft. frontage
135 ft. deep
THE WET CAVE
The waters are clear again at the
Wot Cave of Wai-a-ka-palai, Haena.
An is more or less generally known,
whenever Hawaiian interosts and
well-being aro in the ascendence the
waters of this remarkable cave are
clouded with a strange milky infusion,
aud when these interests docline the
waters clear up again.
A few months ago, when the Re
habilitation scheme gave promise of
being a great boon and blessing to
the natire Hawaiian, this little cave
lake was dimmed and clouded to a
pearly gray, llko blue skimmed milk.
Now, however, it is crystal clear
In vain the Rehabilitation promo
ters may strugglo in frantic endeavors
to save the scheme; the gods have
gone back on it!
During this week, which is vaca
tion, tho Lihuo Library will bo
closed. There will bo no delivery of
books, and no story hour for tho
Moso3 Rodrlgues Is no longer in
tho employ of this firm. We will not
bo responsible for any debts contract
ed by him for our account.
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
March 31, 1021.
Two 75 egg capacity incubators. Good
condition. See A. D. Hills, Lihue.
The High School Play
The presentation of "Mr. Dob",
given by students of the High School
is but four weeks hence. The cast
under the direction of Miss Underbill
has been rehearsing three times a
week since January and are now
fairly on the way to mastering it,
despite many discouragements and
The play is one that is ideally
adapted to tho High School, and has
been given with much success by
many high schools on the mainland.
It is entertaining throughout, and pre
sents many humorous and interesting
Beside tho play there there is to
bo a folk dance by some of the girls,
and songs by tho students.
Tho performance is being given to
raiso money to help finance tho
school year book which is soon to bo
published. It is to be given in Lihuo
at the Tip Top on Saturday April 30,
and at the Waimea Hall tho following
Saturday, A dance will follow the
performance at Waimea. Tickets
are, reserved seats, $1.50, general ad
mission $1.00, balcony, 75c. and will
bo on sale at Lihue Store, Waimea
Store or may be had from the pupils
of the school.
It might bo said that this is tho
first attempt at a thing of this kind
that the school has made, and tho co
operation and interest of tho commu
nity in attending tho play would clo
much to encourage tho school In its
attempts to do bigger things.
Visit the display at the Smart Shop
Lihue Hotel, of dresses, sweaters,
hats, hose and sports wear. Advt. 2t
OFFICE OF THE BOARD OF HEALTH
Notice is hereby given that a phy
sician from this department will
start vaccinating tho children atten
ding tho public schools of Lihuo and
Kawalhau beginning with Lihuo Pub
lic School April 11, 1921.
This notice is given in pursuance
of Section 962 Revised Laws of
P. B. TROTTER
President, Board of Health.
MEDEIROS At Koloa, Kauai, March
2Cth, 1921, to Mr. and Mrs. Louis
J. Mcdeiros, Jr. a son, Mclvin
Madsen Kealohapuaokalanl Med-erios.
Watch for the Date
A Big Surprise in Store