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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 27, 1922
Commencing Saturday, June 24, the Steamer "Kinau"
will sail from Waimea at I 1 A. M. and will omit Koloa.
The "Kinau" will receive passengers, mail and freight at
Nawiliwili and will sail from there for Honolulu at 5 P. M.
All subsequent sailings on above schedule.
INTER-ISLAND STEAM NAV. CO., LTD.
Our Lines of
HAVE RECENTLY BEEN
Replenished and Increased
15y Direct Importation from the Stsuilley Uule & Level Plant,
New Britain, Conn., aud
llenry Disston & Sons, Philadelphia, Pa.,
Both of which concerns are
STANDARD Manufacturers of STANDARD Goods
PLANES, OF ALL KINDS
KULKS, OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
LEVELS, WOOD AND STEEL
SQUARES, 18 INCH and 2 FOOT STEEL
TRY-SQUARES, y, INCH TO 10 INCH
CHISELS, BIT BRACES, SCREW DRIVERS
ONE-MAN CROSSCUT SAWS, 15 FOOT TO 5 FOOT
HAND SAWS, RIP SAWS
FLOORING SAWS, PLUMBERS' SAWS
BACK SAWS, BUTCHER SAWS
HACK SAWS, KITCHEN SAWS
BRICK TROWELS, PLASTERING TROWELS
HACK SAW BLADES, ETC., ETC., ETC.
These Articles are on Display in our
Is the Hele Loa
Club Worth While?
sincere appreciation to Mr. md Mrs.
Lydgate, J?rs. Hcgg. Judge Dickey,
nnd others, who have so generously
given of their tlino and efforts.
COMMITTEE OF THE
HELE LOA CLUB.
As the Helo Loa Hiking Club has
becomo one of the permanent features
of Llhue and as many teachers In
other parts of Kauai aud the other
islands are beginning to reckon It
was the attraction of teaching in
Llhue, it might bo well to reconrol
tor and seo If it has rcnlly earned
its reputation and is worth continu
ing. It offers physical advantages
which 'nro supplied by no other lo
cal organization. There is a danger
ous tendency for those living in this
delightful climate to succum to a
life of ease and inactivity.
But thei hikes to the various
beauty spots of Kauai, often topped
off by a swim, build not only beauti
ful memory pictures for the parti
cipants but nlso afford the exercise
so much needed, A glance at the
handsome ladles in Mr. Senda's col
lection of club pictures will show
what Hawaiian sunshine and Kauai
trails will do for those who will
give them a chance.
Prom a geographical standpoint
It is most worthwhile. Thru Mr.
Lydgate's thorough knowledge of the
Island and his unselfish efforts to
share it with others, thei Helcloas
have seen practically every big
place of interest or unusual beauty
Olokelci Canyon, Hanapepo Palls,
Lalwal Beach, and the old salt
works, upper Wullua river, Huona,
anil its picturesque Coast line, arc
only a few of the lovely places
which have been explored. Most of
these) places have been given an
added charm by the legends ond
early history which Mr. Lydgato has
told In connection with them.
Then, too, it has distinct social
advantages. Think of the camerad
erle resulting from the same, people
mooting at least once a week and
In a most informal fashion. What
could bo more conducive to good
fellowship than to find that some
one has sat in the beans or that
the pickles have run all over the
cake, just as the well exercised,
geographically informed horde gath
er around the coffee pot for fur
ther spiritual uplift.
Tho ambitious Hcleloas have ov
erlooked no opportunities. Mr. Lyd
gato very kindly offered to give lec
tures on Hawaiian history and cus
toms. So every second Tuesday ev
ening found them gathered at the
various homes enjoying lectures on
subjects that were of keen inter
est to all.
Those lectures furnished a fund
of Information which could other
wise have been acquired only thru
tho careful selection and laborious
study of old Hawaiian histories and
This material Is especially helpful
to teachers of the upper tirades
where the history and ancient cus
toms of the Hawaifans should be
taught, Tho lectures included the
Hawaiian personal names.
The making of implements, can
oes, feather coats, etc.
Tho Hawaiian house
Leprosy In the islands.
Tho Hawaiian language.
How tho power came to Waitiiha.
Ancient Hawaiian law.
Finally at the close of a most
(delightful year, the Helo Loas feci
that they have seen and know more
of the island and life, than many
people who have lived here for
And for this they express their
MRS. J. M. SENNI IS DINNER
. Mrs. J. M. Sonni gave a very
pleasantly appointed dinner at the
Valley house last Tuesday evening.
After dinner dancing was' enjoyed
until a late hour.
In the party were Mr. and Mrs.
C. H. Hlce, Mr. and Mrs. Sam Car
ter, Mrs. Allen, Misses Elinor and
Lellani Scott, Henrietta Allen, Fran
ces Farrlngton, Edjth Rice, Lydla
Bodrero; Messrs, Ben Henderson, W.
H. Balthls, Harrison Hlce, August
Vedln and James Bodrero.
The Bank of Hawaii
LIHUE AND KEALIA BRANCHES
Will close at noon
Saturday, July 1ft, 1922
ON ACCOUNT OF
No Mail to Honolulu
The Boston Store, of Honolulu, after giving the
people of Hawaii and Maui true value on their two big
Merchandise Sales will offer the people of Kauai the
same opportunity. The Big Sale ftarts at 8:30 A. M.
July 5, 1 922, at the old Van Leuven Store, Main St.,
Kapaa, next to the Bank.
BOSTON STORE thbeaKs0F
SAM AMIEL, Sales Manager
S. S. "Kinau" will sail from Wai
mea and Nawiliwili on Friday, June
30 instead of on Saturday, July 1st.
This vessel will sail from Honolulu
for Kauai ports, Tuesday, July 4th on
regular schedule and will leave Wai
mea and Nawiliwili also on regular
schedule on Saturday July 8th
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