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THU GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 23, 1911.
Coyne Furniture Company, Limited JQ THE KAUAI PUBLIC
Alexander Young lhiilding. Honolulu
11 MTl'RK ni'' ALL DESCRIPTIONS
Hurcaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Hex
Couches, Mattresses, Ktc.
UPIIOLSTKRING AND REPAIRING
I wish to present for
your cartful consideration
the most attractive a v. d
best money making oil pro
position ever offered to the
people of Hawaii. 'T i s
It lie it is a Kimble, but a
good one. All investments,
no matter where you may
place your money, is more
or less a gamble. Lake
View No. 1 Oil Well came
in March 15, 1910. The
stock cost 90c ler share
and sold for $4o.no per
share. To ma e it plain
H to you HiO shares cost
SW.oo and sold lor jwuou.
oo, a i.rofit of $3910.00 on
ltd shares. I.ae View No.
2 is located only 11-4 miles
lrom La e iev No. 1 .
nejt- o twiai aKjm wim tait.ry aiuaf a mtuxi&m jm'o 'Hie Sunset Monarch O.l
I Company, located l)etveen
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
No. loj. I'.ranch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7
i CRYSTAL WHITE
.8-4 i J&Xriffl-iBS:
kind that lulps with the work.
Your Ciroccr has it,
our properties, has just
Nought in a well which
fc thev claim is bigger than
I La e View No. 1. Our soil
and log formations are identically ciiires from their friends in Califor
nia same. We are putting down nia regarding the jiersonel of the
well son our nronertv Nos. 1 and officers title and prospects of suc-
2, and expect to bring in gushers cess of Lake View No. 2. Judging , ports, May 21
equally as large as the Lake View from the fact that in many instances
No. 1 or the Sunset Monarch and they have double and tripled their
expect our stock will sell at as stock leads me to believe that the
high a figure on the market. The answers received must have been
gamble in this case is almost a very satisfactory. Another con
certainty. We are surrounded vincing fact as regards our propcr
with gushers which makes our ty is that the Standard Oil Com
propertv proven oil territorv. panv i s laying a pipe line with
There is as much difference in lumping stations at an expense of
liunureus 01 mousaiuis 01 oonais
Inter-Island Mails !
Regular mail leaves Lihue on
Tuesday and Saturday at 5 p. m.
Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu Wednesday and Friday morn-1
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent a'ld brought by1
steamers making extra trips be
tween regular mail days. On days
Alien the coast mail is due, the
mail boat due on Friday, will ho
over and conic in on Saturday
Registered mail closes on mail
days, at four o'clock sharp. Or
dinary mail, at half past four.
Mail for Island offices, leaves
Lihue on Monday, Wednesday aim '
Friday mornings at six o'cloc .
Except, however, in cases "wliei
.he coast mail delays the Frida
'mat. then the mail will leave oi.
Saturday at 6 a. m.
Hawaii. Am. bk.. from nitrate
; Dealers in
Hay, Hk. n, Rou.i;iH.vnu;v,
O.vrs.W ;ii:r, M.udlinv.s
St. e agents for
Intkrxa'.'k iN.a. Stock and
8 ,-, , , , - . . -f-
Till If f . 1
Don't upend spare Hme thlnVIng
what you irtitflit bv if yattr salary were
doubled! Ihnnu. not thinking, wilt make
your wish a reality. Our free booklet,
Are Youiflands Tied?" telln you what
to do and how to do ft. Thousands have
already doubled or largely fnt-reased
their salaries by following our plan.
Under our if u id unco you cflti do the
Ratne. Act today! 1. C S. 'IVxt
lMkM make it easy for those already
at work to
f WITH A v
TVUJ R E'S NEVE
are the best and absolutely guaranteed.
E. 0. HALL & SON, LTD.
carrv a lull line with priees the same
as sold in all the lare cities of the
States. A postal will Kr-t you a cata-
joe;ue with prices.
the size of oil wells as there are in
ships. A Japanese sampan in
common parlance is a ship, and
the Muritania of 50,000 tons is a
ship. You cannot expect very
larjje dividends from a sampan,
but you can from the Muritania.
The profits on oil is a fairy tale.
with it. No other business could !ift' w1,!dl 1l';u1s to .ioriulw
produce a Rockefeller, who. when
a young man. toiled for his living,
and now draws an income exceed
ing all the crowned heads and
potentates of Europe. Reflect and
consider carefully what you are
reading: you have the opportunity
right now to buy some stock. My
i k.. i,i. explained, write
oflice order to cover the amount
of stock you desire and receive
vour certificate of stock bv return
Logan, June 12.
Sherman, July 12.
Sherman, June 4.
Sheridan, July 5.
Marama, C.-A. R. M. S. Mav 22. :
Makura. C.-A. R. M. S. June 20.
Zealandia, C.-A. R. M. S. Julv
Learn By Mail
ndrt frrllrt Mhtmi Primlm i Arh.
kplnp i MUnvtraphf t fcuKllah llruihtii Tcfc
Circular free. State tubject that Interettt ymi,
INTERNATIONAL CORRESPONDENCE SCHOOLS,
1139 Fort St Honotvt
For Fiji and Australia
Zealandia, C.-A. R. M. S.
mail, or you can remit one third Kold piece for $3.00, afraid they
within 200 feet of our two wells.
Anticipating our gushers coming
in soon, these people know what
they are doing and are preparing
themselves to handle our oil which
we expect will be in three or four
Tliprc ii :i timi' in tlu twh'S of
Y,)U i .Marama, k. m. r. junez.
have the opportunity now. Are -MaKura, .-.. k. m. r.. j uiy i l .
you content to be a clerk and live! INTER-ISLAND VESSELS.
on a clerk's salary which, as a, For Kauai Ports
rule, cannot afford the luxurv of ... .... t t v r
an automobile, or buy some stock; XN ' Hal1'
in an oil proposition that might . every Thursdav.
make you independant for life?! Kinau, I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Read this carefully. If you have ; Tuesday.
any doubts or questions you wish
me. Show this
to your friends. Talk it over it
concerns you and them. Some
men won't buy a genuine $5.00
of the amount to secure the stock
j HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD.
t- ii i : i r. t .1 . 1. .
mav be stung. These men remain
clerks all their lives.
We are the only practical firm in the Islands today, strictlv
in the monument business. We do all our work with pneumatic
tools, driven by compressed air, and the saving in labor we give
to otir customers in the reduced price of monuments sold. We
give any class of lettering, V Sunk or raised, but recommend
raised lette rs as more artistic. We sell monuments at San Fran
cisco prices, and as a further inducement to purchase from us,
vc i!l nive the full name, and the year of birth and death,
beautifully carved in raised letters, in panel wor, with frosted
background, absolutely free.- We are direct importers of Amer
ican and Scoth maie and granites.
WE PAY THE FREIGHT
HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD.
P. O. Eox 491 Honolulu, T. H.
, davs. Everybody should avail 1 am a large stock holder in this
themselves of this opportunity, company and positively believe
.. -f ..,.u fi. that it will make me big luonev.
chance and better your condition I bought this stock at the market . Friday
1if Onr tour sts ran t:i sK P' J unl !,a,,,c V "-c "B "l"cl
kau and kona Ports
Mauna Loa, I.-I. S. N. Co.
ternate Tuesdays and Fridays.
For Molokai and Maui
Miahili, every Tuesday.
For Maui and Hawaii Ports.
Mauna Kea, I. I. S. N. Co.,
Claudine I.-I. S. N. Co., every
Mail York Urokhx Lknsus and
Fk.mks tu Me and I wiu.
JO THE KKST.
Alfred D. Fairwither
Harrison I5ldg. Honolulu.
and wealthy men were in your
position before they became rich.
They took a chance, invested their
money and made good. Rockefel
ler could still be a bookkeeper, but
he took a chance and his income
is now about a million dollars a
You can put 200 men to work
building a house if necessary, and
hasten its completion, but only
stock holders paid for it. You can ' Dr4D7. Ar r Cxr cmoDrvr
write to any bank in Los Angeles rltK I ALLb.IV iHIfflISU
and find out the standing of this ; LURLINE
company. The stock is offered Arrives Mav 24, bringing a ear
now for 50c per share. There is .:., t 1 w..i ., . , t
. y c i i i go consisting of 1,000 tons of
not verv much left and when sold ,
the price will be par value $i .no ; general merchandise,
per share. Wln.n we strike oil it I HILONIAN
may jump to $40.00 tier share. Arrives Tunc 1 and departs lune
P. A KAN A
Formerly with P. On Tui, of
Honolulu, is now located at
Ladies' Garments made in the
latest prevailing fashions.
same as Lake View No. 1. I dont
know any reason why it should not.
Read this all over again. Write
3 with 2179 tons of sugar.
six men can be employed to put ,ne and make enquiries about anv
i down a well. It takes time to go thing you wish to know. If you
down half a mile in the ground can-t )niv 5,)0 silares or morei uuv
.through rock and the different wiuit you can and send me 1-3
formations encountered. cas j.3 j 3,) tiavs a)Ui j. jn 60
I have sold stock to the ablest days for the amount of stock you
lawyers in Honolulu. These men wish to order. Do it now or you
have not paid in their money for will regret it later on.
stock before making exhaustive en- J. Oswald Li tteij.
The Garden Island $2.50
Trade Mark Registered
in U. S. Patent Office.
BRO. BENJAMIN REMEDIES are the BEST
PAU OPU PILIKIA
' STOMACH, LIVER, KIDNEY AND BLOOD REMEDY
cures Rheumatism, Impure Rlood, Scrofula,
pep-ia. Sour Stomach. Lack of Appetite,
l'lultering of the
Heart, Gas and Wind on the Stomach. Hloated feeling, Pains in
the Stomach after eating. Sick-headache, Diziiiess, Coated
To:igue. P.illioiisness. La Grippe, Dengue Fever. Chills and Fe
ver Malaria, lireakbone Fever. That Tired Feeling. Jaundice.
I','. 1 kache. Diabetes. Grav el. I lieiiiit nt Rright's Disease. Jiladder
'1' rouble. Enuresis, ( lii-d-Wetting b- Children.) Melancholia.
Worms of All Kinds. Nervous and Female Disorders, Sleepless
i:es. Cum s C'on-'.ipation. Anaemic Coiulition. A great Tonic
for ( nit 11. h iuti-i:- in I'mjish. Hawaiian. Portuguese, Sauish, Italian
t a: ! i-n :iu lir.d tlu bntile. 51 -H l er bottle: 3 for 52. 5o: d for 55.00.
. The Words P,ro. lien
janiin and this icture
must be on every package.
Ladies', and gent's clothes
and gloves cleaned on short
notice. Dyeing of every de
scription. Island orders given special
132 lieretania St., Honolulu
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
and French on blue
1 K I .
Ii:mmi W.viiKi LiNiMKxr . ire. it.'st relief for Ache-; and P.ii-is 5d: 5 for Si.oo
ill j mi Cviw uuu Rkmkiiv for dillicult breathing, catarrh, cold in head 50; 5 for $2. no
Ri.N'j amis C-.riiii Ri:mi-:dv for thrat. chest and lung troubles, asthma etc. 50; 5 for $2.00
Rr.Mwiiv Salve for cuts. Tiruises, lainis, sores, itch, piles 25; 5 for $1.00
1 ' i'. n ! m i n l'n.i.s Gre-it laxative after dinner pill 25; 5 for $1.0O
sl; o;ir PI int .tiou Store or nuarest Dealer to iret these medicines for you.
1024 Fort Strttt. Ntor King
ODD FELLOWS' BUILDING
HONOLULU DRUG Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Uldg. Honolulu
The Hilonian and Lurline carry
passengers, leaving direct for the
coast, the fare one way or round
trip, being the same as that from
The Rev. Wm. Kamau. pastor of
the Lihue Hawaiian Church preach
ed a very strong and effective
sermon at the morning service
from the text "And what shall 1
more say? For the time would fail
me to tell of Gideon." From the
lipistle of Paul the Ajnistle to the
Hebrews. ( Heb. 11:32.)
In his discourse the speaker
made a special reference to the
ministry iu his own church and
from the life of Gideon, he em
phasized that it would be necessary
for members of the church to
unite in purpose to accomplish
"Gideon," he said, "was a re
ligious, wise, jieaceful and mighty
man of valor. The Isrealites
being greatly impoverished because
of the Midianites' constantly pre
vailing against them, cried unto
the Lord for relief; when one day
the Lord chose Gideon for their
leader. Gideon with the magni
fiicetit power of the Almighty,
smote the altar of Haul, and with
torches iu one hand and trumpets
in the other he divided the three
hundred men into three companies
marched into the Midianites' camp
at midnight and cried, the sword
of the Lord and of Gideon blow
ing their trumpets with torches
lighted. The Midianites fled and
Closing his remarks he appealed
to the congregation to take in con
sideration of the ministry. He
stated that the Cf P. S. and church
constitute thi body of religious
work in Lihue today. If these
two societies would only com
Contiuued on page 4,
j HOTEL BAY VIEW
The Commercial Man's
DICK OLIVER, Manager
A. R. GLAISYER, D. V. M.
Will make monthly headquarter
ae per tchmJutp Lelow
I- 10, 13-14
II- 12 -15-17
Wall-Nichols & Co., Ltd.
Headquarters for Tennis Halls
Tennis Rackets and Nets.
Also a full line of liase Hall
and Sporting Goods.
Particular attention paid to
Frank Crawford, manager of the
Hank of Hawaii returned from
Honolulu Wednesday. '