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THE GARDEN ISLAND
U. Waggoner, for many years connected with Ilackfekl & Co. in the capacity of traveling salesman, has accepted a position as assistant manager in a New York office which the company will open as an east ern branch of their Honolulu and Hilo Houses. Mr. Waggoner gave his numerous Kauai friends the parting hand-shake Saturday, leav ing on the Kinau. One of his Ka uai friends, however, will accom pany him and remain a permanent guest through his future success ful career, and that is theGAuniiX Island. Mr. Waggoner has long been known as one of the most po pular traveling men among the many who come to our shores and while we regret to lose him, yet most heartily join his many friends in best wishes for a successful future. Mr. Paul Schmidt a well known Honolulu Commercial man, will re present Hackfeld & Co. in the fu ture, taking Mr. Waggoner's place. He returned to Honolulu Saturday, having made the island for the first time in company with his predeces sor by way of getting "on to the job." Next Sundays Ball Games Lihue vs. Makaweli at Makaweli. Kilauca vs. Eleele at Lihue. Kawaihaus vs. Homesteads at Kapaa grounds. Owing to the non-arrival of necessary parts t o the Garden Island's new plant, we regret our inability to give our readers the n e w paper complete. We hope that our next issue will find us fully equipped for the future and greater Garden Island. Doctor Huddy came over on the "Hall last Friday morning to make final arrangements for his departure for Hilo in which place he will locate upon his return from the coast for which place he leaves shortly for the purpose of purchas ing supplies for his new office. The Doctor has made many friends during his residence here, all of whom are loathe to see him leave and who wish him health and pros perity in his new home. Jack ISergstrom, the genial Jack, is registered at the Fair View Hotel, and has threatend to tune every piano on Kauai before departing. I r lame ? iNu 1 Oil ! f 'OJ i ty 1 1 ii Bishop & Co. BANKERS Established 1859 St , St IIox6i.ru', Hn.o, Waimka Kaitai. St Transacts a General Nanking and Exchange liusiuess .Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued avail able in all principal cities of the world. st st st Interest allowed at the rale of 4 1-2 per cent per annum on Savings Hank deposits. 1 St st st Interest paid on Time De posits at the following rates: 3 Months 3 per cent per annum. 6 Months 3 1-2 per cent per annum. 12 Months 4 percent per annum. VM All business entrusted by customers on other islands receives careful and prompt attention. V ft Bgb The government one of our best customers. Uncle Sam is the most particular builder we know of. When he puts his stamp of ap proval on t Malthoid Roofing you are safe in using it for any class of build ings. Write for descriptive matter and samples. THE von IIAMM'OUNG CO.. Limited.- A Complete Stock in "Honolulu. The Lihue Hand gave its regular monthly concert Saturday evening to an appreciative audience. LIHUE STORE Kauai Distributors Stoves Clothing from $6.50 to $21.50 per suit. We will send a $ suit to any responsible person uid guarantee to save you fromr 25 to 30 per cent on your garments, ive color and price t desired. ' 8 Regular wholesale price allowed to merchants buying in S (juaulity. 1 Flame THE LEADER, CLOiHlERS I'OKT STKKKT. Xl'AK HHKHTAXI IIOXOI.UI.U Cabinet and Oven Extra Honolulu Prices YOU SAVE THE FREIGHT GERMAN OIL STOVES in great varieties just arrived per bark H. Hackfeld Prices from 75c up to $1-25, l.5(), 2.25. 2.75, 3.75. LIHUE , STORE i HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD. Successors to SHAW & SEVELLE We are the only practical firm in the Islands today, strictly in the monument business. We do all our work with pneumatic tools, driven by compressed air, and the saving in labor we give to our customers in the reduced price of monuments sold. We give any class of lettering, V Sunk or raised, but recommend raised letters as more artistic. We sell monuments at San Fran cisco prices, and as a further inducement to purchase from i-is, we will give the full name, and the year of birth and death, beautifully carved in raised letters, in panel work, with frosted background, absolutely free. We are direct importers of Amer ican and Scoth marble and granites. We Pay the Freight to Kauai Ports.