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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 21, 1912.
I I r y HQNOLULl i mUblC CO,, LTD JAMES W. BERGSTROM Manager 88 King Street team i t earner Knabe Hanes Belinig Auto-Piano Inerplayers Premetone Players Pipe and Reed Organs Talking Machines. Victor and Columbia Records. New Hawaiian Records In Stock THE VERY ATEST SHEET MUSIC American Moving Picture Co. & Is nn organization which has for its chief object, the giving to Kauaians the best moving picture a n d slight-of-hand show that ever came to Kau ai. The show carries its own dynamo and has the very la test model automatic machine. The films are selected with great care and include the following: American Japanese Russian and Chinese Scenes Admission 15 and 25 cents MERRY GOOD IE : i (Beneficial Masquerade and Dance will be given by the McBryde Athletic Club, Saturday, May 25tli. 1912, at McBryde Hall, Eleele. HANAPEPE ! K. SAITO AGENT FOR THE FINE 1912 MODEL INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SPECIFICATIONS AND PRICES 4 h. p. 1 Speed, $215.00 7 h. p. 2 Speeds, $325.00 The history cf the Indian is alone sufficient to establish its superior qual ity und position as the lending motorcycle, not only of America but oi the world. A. R. GLAISYER, D. V. M. Witt make monthly headquarter at per Mchedute betow I- 10, 13-14 II- 12 -15-17 - -18-21 22-30 - Iihuc Kilauea Kekaha McBryde Makaweli 1 m I HENDEEPUMANDEE CTDRINGCQ .eld-Mass. 1912 MODEL JUST RECEIVED Over 8,000 1912 have bee sold al ready this year. Write for illus trated catalogue and prices. E. O.HALL & SON AGENTS o 9 THOMAS A. O'BRIEN If Waverly Bl'k. Bishop & Hotel St. P. O. Box 563, Honolulu COMMISSION MERCHANT Representing Moore-Watson Dry Goods Co. San Francisco, - - Cal, Tile masquerade will start from 7:30 i'. M. to 8 P. M. and unmasked dance from 9 to 11:30 v. m. First and second prizes awarded. First prize to the most comical. Second prize to the most original. Eree refreshment will be served. En trance fee 50? per couple. Gentleman if yon wish to have a merry time be sure and bring your best girl along, and you'll enjoy the best time vou ever had in your life. First class music will be furnish ed Dy tlie .Mclirvdc Uictiestra. Floor in first-class condition. Be sure and don't miss it. Mask and wigs of all kinds for rent by the club. 2,U''ng up McBryde Store. The Ten Demandments 0 ES Waimea Machine & Automobile Works Geo. A. Bertram, Proprietor. General machine, Automobile and engine repairs, auto supplies, parts, etc. AGENTS FOR ACETELINE GAS LIGHTING The MAJESTIC Cor. Fort&IJer. Pts., Honolulu Rooms by the day, week or month single or in suite. REASONABLE RATES OPEN DAY and NIGHT Kauai trade solicited MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Proprietor gas CO. Vulcanizing We Are equipped with the very highest grade American machine tools and our facilities for the handling of automobile repair work are UP-TO-DA TE Our efforts are to please our patrons, and a trial will prove to you how easily it is done. WE DELIVER THE GOODS J CALIFORNIA FEED CO. Dealers in Hay, Gkain and Chicken suppties. Sole Agents for Intenational Stock, Poultry Food and other fiM'eialtie.s. Arabic for eoltinn Iron Roof, I'etaluma In cubator and Brooders and rerateh ern. King's Special Chick Food P. O. Box 452, Honolulu In a Salmon cannery in Western Canada there hangs this: This Ten Demandments "l. Don't lie. It wastes my'tinie and yours. I am sure to catch you in the end, and that is the wrong end.J 2. Watch vour work, not the clock. A long day's work makes a long day short; and a short day's work makes my face long. 3. Give me more than I expect, and I will give you more that you expect. I can afford to increase your pay if you increase my pro fits. 4. You owe so much to yourself you cannot afford to owe anybody else. Keep out of debt, or keep out of my shop. 5. Dishonesty is never an acci dent. Good men, like good women, never see temptation when they meet it. 6. Mind your own business and in time you'll have a business of vour own to mind. 7. Don't do anything here which hurts your self-respect. An cm- nlovee who is willing to steal for i j me is willing to steal from me. 8. It is none of my business what you do at night. But if dissipa tion affects what vou do the next day, and you do half as much as I demand, you'll last half as long as vou hoped. 9. Don't tell me what I'd like to hear, but what I ought to hear. I don't want a valet for my vanity, but one for my dollars. 10. Don't kick if I kick. If you re worm wnue correcting you're worth wnue Keeping, i don't waste time cutting specks out of rotten apples. By Him 'IVk' moto Too last for last issue. School Commissioner W . H Rice, Sr., visited KalahOo school" last Thursday to learn the need.-., of next year in the way of school buildings. He said a new room would probably be built for Sep tember. Supervising Principal Brodie in a few remarks to the school Fri day, informed the classes of the completion of an agricultural school on Oahu, the entrance to which would require a graduation from the sixth grade. There will also be trades taught. A letter to Inspector Gibson will bring full particulars. Manager Rath of the pineapple cannery left for Honolulu Saturday for the purpose of securing further equipment for the factory. Macadamizing on the remaining strip o f road between here and Koloa is progressing rapidly. The workmen reside i n tents, which dot the landscape like an army camp. A Chinese Church Celebration was held here on the fifth inst., being largely attended by residents froniHanapepe and Koloa. Nicolas Akana book-keeper for the Pineapple Co., umpired the opening game of ball between Koloa and McBryde last Sunday. The McBryde ball team is one of the strongest in the league and is out for the cup. Misses Gardner and Stewart attended the Makaweli-Kilauea ball game Sunday. 40 p. - THE FIRST NATIONAL PANK OFHAWAII Al HONOLULU Capital $500,000 Surplus $175,000 DIRECTORATE: Cecil Brown, Pres.; M. P. Robinson, Vice-pres.; L. T. Peck, Cashier. Geo. N. Wilcox, Geo. P. Castle, H. M. von Holt. Kauai Acccounts Invited Kapaa of IS Waimea Machine & Automobile Works Tel. 32 W. WAIMEA, KAUAI. P. O. Box K. Tommie lulu's live O'Brien one of Ilono wire commission mer chants leaves for Honolulu this afternoon after a very successful weeks call on our merchants. Clifford White of E. O. Hall & Son, Honolulu, has completed his regular round among our local firms and returns to Honolulu this afternoon. iv. is. iiruigewater is in the me tropolis, having accompanied Mrs. Bridgewater that far on her way to Portland Oregon. Gus Schuman, came up on the Kinau Saturday morning in the interest of his concern relative to the automobile department, Moving Pic ture Juggling Hypnotising Vaudeville SHELDON & SMITH Have established a circuit which they will cover at short intervals with a combi nation o f good vaudeville, good moving pictures and an exhibition of slight-of-hand performers by the famous German the wonder of the present day. Don't fail when they town. to see them strike your Curious Facts 20 Vi The maximum weight of the male brain is attained at the age of 20 years, and that of the female at 17 years. Basket making employs half a million persons in Germany. The baby should weigh pounds on its first birthday. Havti devotes almost one-sixth of the revenue to free schools The lion is the only wild animal that is capable of affection Every Frenchman is born with . . . - i 1 1 i . a dent ot iau on ins suumueih. A sunflower sucks up 145 pounds of water during its growth. Rich asbestos mines have been discovered near Irkutsk, Siberia The manufacture o f artificial catunhor bv electrolysis is now assured . European Russian has a less per centace of forest than the United States. Of the children of school age in Russia 17,000,000 are receiving no instruction. One hundred and thirty kinds o wild flowers are found near Nome Alaska. Italy has 95,701 acres of orange and lemons containing 16,730,907 trees. There are 800 Chiness students u the colleges of Japan and 500 more are to be sent. The number ol persons employed in the mining of coal in England and Wales is 825,401. The receipts from the passenger traffic are greater on Japan s rai ways than those from freight. Moses lived exactly midway be tween the two buildings of the pyra mids, 5,000 B. C, and our owji day. Kenji Masunga Miss Kim Seem Tai Lung Kapaa and Mr. Wong bung were married on Friday at high noon, the ceremony being held at Old Lum Kee Store. A thief went into a Japanese house on Thursday night at 18 camp, Kapaa, ana stole a watcn. and as he was about to take the money box, the owner woke and the thief made his escape to the cane fields. At Kealia at the Japanese Hongwanji Church they had apanese Dance in honor of their God on Saturday nigh. Miss B. Kau one of the Kapaa school teacher last year went un der an operation and now she well and teaching at the Waiahole school at Waikane Oahu. Doctor Hoffmann of Kealia thought last week that Joe Vasque's son had diptnena. tie went to the house and injected some anti toxn in the child's arm and kept him from school. Hironaka's family of Kealia have a case of diptheria, and are in quarantine. No liquors will be allowed to be drunk at the Kapaa Holy Ghost Feast on June 19, 1912. Mr. W. IT. Rice from Lihue visited the Kapaa school on Thurs day. Mr. J. E. Higgens visited the Kapaa Homesteads last week The Kumukumu Feast of the Holy Ghost will be on June 23 and a new band house has been built and they have made every thing a new. The Steamer Maui arrived Kealia Landing priday morning and brought lumbers and pipeings for the Makee Sugar Company. Mr. W. II. Rice is taking his cattle from Kapahi to the Kilauea pasture which he has rented; be cause the Kapahi lands will be auctioned off for pineapple lands. 68 point. HOTEL BAY VIEW Waimea, Kauai The Commercial Man's Favorite Hostlery j j DICK OLIVER, Manager T. TANABE Opened a NEW GARAGE, Jan. 15 NAWILIWILI H & & Cars from this garage will meet every steamer. Will make special rates to commercial travelers. Reasonable rales and satis faction guaranteed to all. Day or night service, and in any kind of weather. Your trade is earnestly so licited. PHONE 178 L. Chiba's Old Stand 1 I Miss Power Fashionable Millinery Parlor 210-211 Bo. (on Bldg. Fort Strctt Honolulu at Election of Officers At a meeting of the stock holders of Waimea Public Hall Association held on the 9th. day of May 1912 the following officers were elected for the ensuing year: John Fas soth, President; T. Brandt, Secre tary; C. B Ilofgaard, Treasurer. The elected officers constitute the Board of Directors. T. Bkandt, Secretary. Bishop & Co. BANKERS Established 1859 J J Honolulu, Hii.o, Waimea Kauai. Transacts a General Bakning and Exchange Business Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued avail able in all principal cities of the world . M Interest allowed at the rate of 4 pr cent per annum on Savings Bank deposits. o ji Interest paid on Time De posits at the following rates: 3 Months 3 per cent per annum. 6l Months 3 1-2 per cent per annum. 12 Months 4 percent per annum. .S j j All business entrusted by customers on other islands receives careful and prompt attention. "A kiss," he said after just hav ing had one, "it the most precious thing, and yet women give them away." "You are mistaken," she said. "We never give them away, we merely invest them." Fun,