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Plating Makes Old
Things New Again
Silver winch lias becoino dull ami tarnished
enn be restored to its original beauty by silver plating.
Hardware about the house will profit by plating. Nick
el plating of automobile parts hub
caps, reflectors, bumper.-?, instruments, will make the ear
look far better.
Our plating plant is equipped to turn out any
kind of plating finish derived, in a short time and at
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
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Intelligent, courteous service. European
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Here la tho complete Kohlr
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appearance, Us sturdy build
note, above all, the entire ab
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largo glass battory cells. There
are but three simple units in
the Kohler system: Us efficient
four-cylinder, water-jcooled ,mo
tor; Its dependable generator
connected directly to the motor,
and a small automobile-type
battery for starting the motor.
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On November 1, the Llhue school
played a game with Koloa. The girls
layed first. The score was 3-2. The
Lihue school girls and boys won the
ames. The Llhue Bchool girls are
the champions of this district. The
girls of our school are practicing to
be the champions of Kauai.
Our school garden Is very good.
We have sold many vegetables al
ready. The boys of the Lihue school
are making book racks. The boys are
going to make a basket for Governor
Farrington and another basket for
Senator Rice .
Two of our third grades went to
Hanafel on Friday.
We had another visitor last week.
Miss Anthony, vocational teacher at
Lihue, honoring us with her presence
in the kitchen as well as the other
Continual practice Is being Indulg
ed in to make the entertainment to
be given by the students on Saturday
evening, December 3rd, at the Japan
ese theater, Kapaa Homesteads road
the best play ever staged by this
Plans for a new shop are being
made and will be completed soon.
The new building will greatly fa-
ilitate the progress of this depart
ment of the school as the need of
larger building had long been ap
Our garage which now has only
enough space for four cars, will be
enlarged Immediately. The shop boys
will build the addition, which when
finished will enable the garage to
ccommodate five cars.
Exercises will be held on Thursday
morning In celebration of Armistice
Day.- Mrs. W. F. Horner has kindly
consented to speak during the occa
The school garden started and
cared for by the pupils of the lower
grades Is flourishing and vegetables
have already been delivered to the
Mr. Pugh, Industrial supervisor,
paid us his usual visit last week.
The school flag Is flying half-mast
out of respect to the death of one
of our beloved pupils, Elaine Mor
gan, who passed awal last Sunday.
The boys and girls playground ball
team are practicing hard for the com
ing tussle with Kilauea at Walpoull
High class Christmas toys are be
ing turned out by the shop, and
these will be placed on sale early
The school kitchen In charge of
Mrs. S. K. Matssura this year, is re
ported to be operating at a substan
tial pvofit. An average of about 200
five cent meals Is being served every
school day, not Including the lunches
served to the faculty. A fireless
cooker has been added to the kitch
Our power driven saw which arriv
ed in a broken condition, was sent
to the Honolulu Iron Works Co. for
repairs last week.
All the teachers are practicing
earnestly to make a hit with their
singing at the teachers' convention
to be held in Lihue In about two
weeks. Mr. Raymond, however, is un
able to help along as he is the chair
man of the convention.
Rev. Carver meets the Junior high
school each Wednesday morning for
a table talk on current events. To
day the following topics were dls
The disarmament conference; bu
rial of unknown dead soldiers.
Value of newspapers and how to
Marshal Foch's visit to the United
Emperor Charles' recent defeat
and the plans for his banishment to
Dr. Southwell is in Honolulu on
an absence following a short illness
Wainiea school has purchased a
piano. The morning exercises will
be greatly benefited by the addition
of the piano. The Instrument is one
of the purchases made with the
school concert fund.
Dr. Dunn completed vaccination
Flower beds around the bungalow
class rooms are doing well. They
were planted In line with the Indus
trial supervisor's desire to make the
annual soner festival and flower
contest on a par with the garden
contest of last year.
The benefit to the school will
then make up for the work of plant
Ing and caring for the beds.
Miss Soule and Miss Hanson
made a hasty visit to class rooms on
The boys and girls of tho Muka
well school have made great Im
provement In athletics this year.
Miss Scott and Mr. Fernandez, who
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Tip Top Theatre
Talmadg'e, .in A Virtuous Vamp"
Viola Dana in
Justine Johnstone in
"Plaything of Broadway"
SCLNE jhmlnt OFF -5H0PE PIRATE
STARRING VIOLA DANA.
The Friday Night Program has been discontinued
Only 4 shows a week; Saturday, Sunday, Tuesday and Thursday