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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
Merchant and King
We manufacture harness, saddles and all accessories to. order.
Island orders promptly and neatly executed. Workmanship
guaranteed and our prices are reasonable.
AUTOMOBILE TRIMMING OUR SPECIALTY
P. 0. Box 791
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
V. Y. NKWlvLL. Mnmgcr.
Kapiolani Building, Honolulu.
Our shop employes only skilled workmen, is supplied with
every modern appliance and is tlc oniy tip-to-dale vulcanizing
plane in the Islands.
Our RETREADING is done by experienced men from repu
All We Ask Is A Trial
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Diamonds, Watcks, Jewelry
and Musical Instruments
ON CREDIT. No security. Wear
while paying. Kauai Trade solicited.
16 MERCHANT STREET, HONOLULU
Coffee Roasters Exclusively
OLD KONA COFFEE
Green or Roasted. Any Quantity.
In bulk or packed in any style.
Coffee of 1 908-9 Crop, or New Crop.
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upon motion duly sccon Ud, the
said bid was accepted and t h e
Secretary was instructed to uotif
them of the fact and that the Katuii
Loan Fund Commission wcrv pre
pared to enter into a contract -with
Hanapkpu BiuiKJH Bids:
At 12 noon, the Second-Vice
Chairman opened the following bids
for ihe construction of the Hanape
Frank Gomes & Co. S20.G52
Henry H. K. De Fries 19.95S
Lord-Young Engineering Co 19.460
A. A. Wilson 15.940
L. M. White-house 13.946
Geo.R.KwartJr.&T. Brandt 11.950
The bids were referred to the
Engineer who stated that he was
ready to make immediate report
and would recommend the accep
tance of the bid of Messrs Uwart
& Brandt, and upon motion duly
seconded the bid was accepted oud
the Secretary instructed to notify
the successful bidders of the fact
snd that the Commission were pre
pared to enter into a contract with
Upon motion duly seconded UlO
UssiccsI SUNDAY GAME
L Ml ID II I 1 I T. I S-t W U W rv
Lui Nil mm
& Trimming Shop
& SON Prop.
Kauai Orders Solicited
following bills were approved and
Bill Ethel E. Carter. Typing etc.
Bill J. M. Silva. On account con
tract $ 250.
Assistant To KNGixmsR:
The engineer reported to the
Board that in view of the amount
of work being undertaken by the
Board and other work yet to be
started and also on account of its
being carried on at widely separat
ed points he felt it necessary to
apply to the Board for permission
to engage the services of an as
sistant engineer. A motion, duly
seconded, that the request be grant
ed and that the engineer be au
thorized to engage the services of
an assistant, was passed.
Upon motion, duly seconded, the
meeting adjourned subject to the
call of the chair.
W. P. McBrvdb,
A. L. Briggs of Halleck, Minn.,
sold a wagon load of timothy seed
from this year's crop for $850. He I
also sold a car load of s e e d to a j
Minneapolis buyer for $8,000. He I
has just finished harvesting 700 j
acres of timothy which will net him J
The American Alarm Clock is twenty
five years young. When it first came out
it was joyfully whispered it would never
get old. And it never has it is livelier
today than it ever was. There must be a
reason perhaps its the good looks perhaps
its the good works perhaps its the label,
and perhaps its the price.
That Doc. Glaisyer will organize
the Lihue soccer team.
That the Makawelis will have to
go some to defeat Doc's, bunch.
That Koloa will put up a hard
team to beat.
That the Lihue School will be one
of the best on the island when the
new building is completed.
That the Hanapepe School is
where it has been for the last cen
tury. That the "new" Hanapepe
School is up in the air.
That it will likely remain there
until the citizens take the matter
in their own hands.
That the sooner they do so, the
That the Haualei baseball team
was the only bunch of sports who
came through with a picture for
That they are true sports and
will be heard from next season.
That love smooths many a ripple.
That a certain young m a n in
Waimea can certify to the truth of
That he will play no more practi
That the young 1 a d y failed to
see the joke.
One of the best aggregation of
baseball players een on the Lihue
diamond for some time, were the
Filipino boys from Kapaja who,
by their excellent playing a u d
knowledge of the game, certainly
pungled up a surprise for the fans.
The first game was between a
Grove Farm team and the little
brown men. The game was a hot
one from the first and the ninth
inning found them leg and leg.
The tenth inning decided the game
in favor of the Kapaia team with a
score of 5 to 4.
The surprise of the day how
ever, came when a second game
was played between the victors of
the first and a picked team which
contained six members of the Lihue
league team. Notwithstanding,
the fact that the Kapaia team had
just completed a stiff game, they
buckled to and brought the Lihue
team to defeat with much less effort
than was necessary in the first. The
Filipinos played a heady game.
Score: Kapaia, 6; pick team, 5.
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown, Wai
mea teachers, were in the County
Seat Saturday, having come over
to see friends off for Honolulu.
The finishing material for the
new Lihue school arrived by the
Hall and the work of adding th e
finishing tunehs ia going ahead.
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That he explained but it didn't
That if a certain auto had the
power of speech there might be a
breech of promise.
That this year's sugar crop will
be a record breaker.
That times are good owing to
high price of sugar.
That extra dividends are be
That Makaweli was recently a
setting for a rich practical joke.
That a clothes closet i s rather
small for sleeping quarters.
That under certain circum
stances, however, it is possible to
use it as such.
That a certain young business
man tailed to keep an engagement
with a pretty school marm.
That his excuse wouldn't hold
That he is no longer of the
That he would end all by jump
ing into the bay but he hasn't the
That the young lady denied her
self the pleasure of joining an out
iug party to await his coming.
That she won't do it again, so
That it is alarming to listen to
the America alarm clocks.
NOTICKTO DEPOSITORS IN
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
LTD. (Lihue Branch) SAV
In according with the printed
Conditions of Agreement issued by
Bank of Hawaii Ltd. (Lihue
Branch) Savings Department, no
tice is hereby given that the rate
of interest paid on savings deposits
will be reduced from four and one
half percent (4') per annum
to four per cent (4$ ) per annum.
This reduction will come into effect
on the first day of January, 1912.
(Signed) Bank of Hawii (Lihue
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, September
20, 1911. Jan. 1-1912.
J. Carlo, the Honolulu jeweler
will sell you jewelry o n credit
with no security and allow you to
wear it while paying. See his ex
planation on page six, in this issue.
In our next issue, a full enroll
ment o f Kauai's school children
will be published, showing how
many children (if any) who are
unable to get into school for lack
Sheriff Rice, Vice-President of
the Kauai Athletic Association lias
delivered two of the Silver Cups to
the Makaweli Baseball Team, the
champion ball team of the Kauai
GENERAL, LEASE OK GOV
ERNMENT LAND SITUA
TED AT KAPAA, ISLAND
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
October 21, 1911, at the front door
to the Capitol Building, Honolulu,
there will be sold at public auction
under Part V, Land Act of 1895,
Section 278-285 inclusive, Revised
Laws of Hawaii, a lease of the fol
Seven hundred fifty 750 acres
of the mauka portion of the land of
Kapaa, and so much of the waters,
of Kapaa and Akulikuli streams,
and other Kapaa waters, as may be
required for the proper irrigation
of the land hereby leased, except
such of said water as is covered by
existing leases and licenses, such
water as may be required for the
Kapaa town, the School, Home
steaders, and others who may reside
on the Kapaa lands, and such
waters, if any, as belong to others.
Upset rental, $1.00 per annum;
payable semi-annually in advance.
Term of lease, from October 21,
1911, to June 30, 1914.
Reservations regarding land re
quired for homestead o r public
purposes, together with conditions
regarding amount of money re
quired to be expended for per
manent improvements on said laud,
will be embodied in this lease.
For maps and further particu
lars, apply at the office of the
Commissioner of Public Lands,
Capitol Building, Honolulu.
Charles S. Judd,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu,
September 12th, 1911.
Sept.-19-26-Oct.-3-l 0-17. 1911
IX THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of Kiinmka
Knukim(w), of Wuiiwa, Kmini, Intes
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On reading and filing the petition of
Elizulwth Hart Mecawa of AVaimeu,
Kauai j alleging that KamakaKnukau (w)
of Waiinea, Kauai, died intestate at Wai
mea, Kauai, on the 20th. day of August,
A. D. 1011, leaving property in the Ha
waiian Islands necessary to be administer
ed upon, and praying that Letters of Ad
ministration issue to T. Brandt, of said
It is ordered that Saturday, the 7th.
day of OctolK-r, A. D. 1011, at 10 o'clock
A. M., be and hereby is appointed for
hearing said Petition in the Court Room
of this Court at Lihue, Kauai at which
time and place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they have,
why said Petition f-hould not be granted,
and that notice of this order Iw published
in the English language for three succes
sive weeks in The Ctawjhn' Island, a
newspaper published in said Lihue.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, .Septcinler 2, 1011.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Sept. 5, 1'-', 10 and 20.
Mrs. Annie Berg
Ladies' and Gents' Clothes
Dry Cleaned and
Ladies Fancy Clothes a
NOTICE TO DEPOSITORS IN
BISHOP & COMPANY'S SAV
In according with the printed
Conditions of Agreement issued by
Bishop & Company's Savings
Bank, notice is hereby given that
the rate of interest paid on savings
deposits will be reduced from four
and one-half percent (4-)
per annum to four per cent (4)
per annum. This reduction will
come into effect on the first day of
(Signed) Bishop & Co.
Dated at Waimea, Kauai, Septem
ber 20, 1911. Jan. 1-1912.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Birkmyer
were passengers for Honolulu on
Saturday's Kinau. They will
spend several weeks visiting friends
and relatives before returning to
The Hon. Paul Isenberg, ac-'
companied by Mrs. Isenberg, arriv-
ed on the Alaskan last Thursday. .
Thev will be the puests nf Mr. nml
Mrs, Walter McDrydc for a month
R. W. Perkins
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California Feed Co.
Dealers in o
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Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Bldg. Honolulu
210-21 1 Boiton Bldg.
will be luxurious if taken in Sun
heated water. It will cost noth
ing for heat;
Sun-light is Free
Call and see me about
Sun Water Heaters
V. 15. CHAW, i-ar.' Knmielutli & Co., or
Box .-mil, Honolulu
Arleigh & Company
School books and supplies of all
kinds can be bought to better ad
vantage at A. B. Arleigh & Co.,
Honolulu, than elsewhere in the
islands, because this firm makes a
specialty of school supplies.
Send for complete printed price
list. Mailed free on request. All
mail orders given special attention.
S. E. LUCAS
Eyes Examined and Tefted
Masonic Temple, , , Honolulu