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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 9, 1921
When a customer asks our advice on
tire equipment we recommend
We know GOODYEARS will bring
him back not for an adjustment, but
for more Goodyears.
We maintain a complete stock of Good
year Clincher Tires for light cars sizes
and All-Weather Tread.
Let us start you on the road to real tire
economy with a Goodyear.
Natmlttuilt dantp, ICtfi
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first Bank fo
. Incorporate irtt
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
( Incorporated December 7, 1S!I7
STATEMENT OF CONDITION
At Close of Uusiness, .June :!(), Hl-M.
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts
Hank I 'remises Honolulu
Dank Premises Waialua and Waipabu
Hank Premises Libuc and Wanna
Customers' Liabilities under LU
Cash and Due from Hanks 1.
Surplus and Undivided Profits
Reserve for Taxes and Interest
Letters of Credit Outstanding
Dividends Unpaid ,
...:. '. 51,5)20.50
, (507,1 HUH
l l,:5!)7,!)2l.l 1
Territory of Hawaii,
City and County of Honolulu. ss.
I. I. McCOKIMSTOX, being first duly sworn, do solemnly swear
(bat the above is true to the best of niy'Un'iWledge and belief.
(Kgl.) U. McCOIMUKTON,
Correct Attest: Cashier.
(Kg.l.) 1MCIIAHD II. TRENT,
It. A. COO ICE,
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 1st day of July, 15)21.
(Sgi.) M. L. STUAItT,
Notary Public,, First Judicial Circuit, T. TI.
Tho following wore Wo passongor
arrivals on tho S. S. Claudlno, Aug
Nawiliwlll C. W. Spitz,, Mrs. Nora
Chong, Hang Sat Wing, Mtss Ah Hcu,
Mrs. Shlgata, Noonwal, Miss Thomp
son, W. D. Esmond, Barxlett, Gladys
Barxlett, Deth Barxlet, Y. Shldo, Mrs.
Sldo, Master Shldo, Mrs. Fanny Sa
ba, Master M. Ellis, Wm. Tltcombo,
Miss Hart, Mr. and Mrs. J. S. B.
Pratt and Infant, Miss A. T. Boyte,
Miss Kastto, Dr. and Mrs., Rleso, W.
Waterhouso, D. A. Marshall, C. H.
For Port' Allen II. L. Cooke, Wm.
Lundbcrg, A. S. Davidson, Miss E.
Do.il, Miss Van Auken, Miss B. Van
Aulten, Mr's. N. G. BIrnia, Miss Pet
erson, Miss From, Miss Marron, Miss
Hart, Mrs. Hart, W. Hart, Mrs. C.
McClellan, Miss May Fraser, Miss E.
Reynolds, Miss Hawthorne, P. L.
Wlndwirth, F. D. Davidson, E. G.
Bartlitt, Ed. B. Sheohan, Miss Cart
wrlGht, ' Mr. and Mrs. Bruco Cart
wright, M. A. Sllva.
By,s. S. Kinau, August 5th:
Stanloy C. Kennedy, Mrs. J. W.
Wariue-, Dr. Walter Macfarlane, Miss
Fannie Werner, Miss A. M. Kelly,
Miss IC. Nogami, Henry Othort, Mrs.
Othort and two children, Y. C. Ching,
S. Yokoi, Miss Chong Hon Fo, A. D.
Hills, Miss Nichols, O. Dawson, C. S.
Bailey. Miss Maxam, F. Maire, Mrs.
II. Ak.ina, Miss C. Ramsey, Miss Y.
Klmur.i, Mr. Orthort, K. Hashimoto,
T. Hoihl, Mr. Andres, Mrs. J. Grube,
Mrs. A. D. Hills, Mrs. Nichols, Miss
E. C. Dole, John Maxam, Miss E. War-
iner, H. H. Jones, Miss Akana, Mrs.
L. P. Godfrey, H. Mallna, L. P. Oka
moto, Y. Yonemoto, Mrs. D: K. Ka
anohi and two children, Mr. Pedro,
Miss H. Yamase, A. J. Campbell, Mr.
Ludwir:, Miss D. C. Rowoll, Walter
Ekhiml, E. Cropp, E. M. Stlllwell, F.
C. Dlllard, Mrs. F. C. Dillard, H.
Moeller, K. Hlramoto, Mrs. Yone
moto, Rov. Chong Hon Fo, Mrs. K.
A. Aleong, Master Nichols, W. O.
AINAHAU, HISTORIC OLD
LANDMARK, IS BURNED
Historic Aniahau, rendezvous of so
ciety during tho Kalckaua reign, and
haunt of Robert Lewis Stevenson,
was totally destroyed by fire last
Wednesday night about 7 o'clock.
Tho house and its contents were in-:
sured for $15,000.
Age-old cocoanut trees with which
the famous home was surrounded be
came blazing torches when the dry
leaves fringing the lofty tops inter
cepted embers from the house and
lighted the grove longjifter Ainahau
had become only a memory In its
bed of embers.
Ainahau had long ago, however,
passed from tho possession of its
royal holders and for a time was a
hotel and lately tho home of W. F,
Aldrich, the movie picture man, and
his. wife "Peggy" Aldrich, well known
in tho screen wirld. For two or
three years Ainahau had been used
for the developments of films depict
ing life in tho Hawaiian Islands and
from its dark rooms went forth eel
luloid impressions of Hawaii that
have been displayed upon tho screens
of movie houses across the main
NOTICE TO DRIVERS
Henry Aki inspector of automo
bllos, will be at tho following places
on ihe dates specified for the pur
pob( of issuing new licenses. All
drivers are hereby notified to bring
their old licenses with them when
applying for new license: -
Hanalol Court House .... Aug. 22
Kilauea Office Aug. 23
Walmoa Court House .... Aug. 24
Makawell Office Aug. 25
Eloelo Store Aug. 2G
Koloa Court Houso Aug. 29
Kapaa Court House Aug. 30
All persons in debt to K. Tomlnaga,
who has been doing business at
Kapaa, District of Kawaihau, Coun
ty of Kauai, under tho name of K
Tomlnaga, are hereby notified that
they must settle such debts with'
out delay, with the undersigned, at
his offico at Kapaa, Kawaihau, Ka
M. S. HENRIQUES, Trustee
K. TOMINAGA'S, Creditors.
Furr,ituro and equipment for hak'
ery and coffee shop. See M. S. Hen
riques, Kapaa. 4-t
Jiarioy-iJavidson motorcycle, over
hauled, excellent condition. Cheap,
Cash or terms. C. R. Webster, Ka
SIGNS AND AUTO NUMBERS
Metallic auto numbers, signs, and
window lettering, show cards, win
dow cards, hand painted posters
and all kinds of art work. Dow,
Lihue, Phone 031,. tf.
Came to Hawaii
Even though the early missionaries came
from Boston, there is rlo record that they
brought either tea or coffee with them.
One historical authority says a French
man introduced the coffee tree into
Hawaii in 1 823, establishing a small
plantation in Manoa, Oahu.
Ever since that time coffee has been
grown in the Islands.
Experts declare the Hawaiian product,
mild and of high flavor, is equal to and
generally superior to all others. It truly
attains perfection in Mayflower Pure
Kona Coffee, that wonderfully delicious
MAYFLOWER E COFFEE
Henry May & Co., Ltd.
Did You Save
The true test of your ability
to succeed in lite lies in your
answer to this question. Thou
sands of people intend to start
.-.aving, but the months pass with
out anything accomplished.
You will be surprised at how
simple it becomes after you have
determined on a system and have
begun with a savings account.
At tho Bank of Kauai 4 per cent
interest on Savings Deposits,
"The Bank for Everybody"
If you can't get your FAVORITE
M A G A Z I N E S
from your Newsdealer send to
FISHER'S P- O. Box 1224 Honolulu
Tho annual meeting ot tho Stock
holders of tho Hank of Kauai, Ltd,
has been postponed to Saturday, Oc
tober 1st, 1921, at 0 a. m., at the of
fico of tho Bank at Kapaa, Kauai.
W. V. LEE, Cashier.
The Unawed Cop.
"What's tho matter down the
"Another optimist has come to
'.'He though the size of hi3 car and
a manner that keeps his clerks on tho
Jump would ovorawo a traffic pollco-
man." Birmingham Age-Herald.