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THE GARDEN ISLAND,' TUESDAY, MA 28, 1912.
1 J3 HOWLULU HUSK CO., LTD JAMES W. BERGSTROM Manager 88 King Street Knabe Hans Behnig Auto-Piano Inerplayers Premetone Players Pipe and Reed Organs Talking Machines. Victor and Columbia Records. New Hawaiian Records In Stock THE VERY LATEST SHEET MUSIC American Moving Picture Co. HANAPEPE NOTES Continued from page 1 K. SAITO HANAPEPE AGENT FOR THE FINE 1912 MODEL INDIAN MOTORCYCLE SPECIFICATIONS AND PRICES 4 h. p. 1 Speed, $215.00 7 h. p. 2 Speeds, $325.00 The history cf the Indian w alone ."nH'icicnt to ostahliHh its ? qxM-ior qual ity and position an tin- loading motorcycle-, not only of America lint o! tin-world. I m THE i I HENDEES1MM0E2 1912 MODEL JUST CTURING CQ .eld-Mass. Over 8,000 1912 have bee sold al ready this year. Write for illus trated catalogue and prices. & v'5 & E. O.HALL & SON AGENTS Waimea Machine & Automobile Works Geo. A. Bertram, Proprietor. General machine, Automobile and gas engine repairs, auto supplies, parts, etc. AGENTS FOR ACETEUNE GAS LIGHTING CO. r Vulcanizing We Are equipped with the very highest grade American machine tools and our facilities for the handling of automobile repair work are UP-TO-DATE Our efforts are to please our patrons, and a trial will prove to you how easily it is done. f WE DELIVER THE GOODS i Waimea Machine & Automobile Works Tel. 32 W, WAIMEA, KAUAI. P. O. Box jt & Is an organization which has for its chief object, the giving to Knuaians the best moving picture a n d slight-of-hand show that ever came to Kau ai. Tile show carries its own dynamo and has the very la test model automatic machine. The films arc selected with great care and include the following: American Japanese Russian and J Chinese Scenes ! Admission 15 and 25 cents J 9 Don't miss this show when it comes A. R. GLAISYER, D. Y. M. Wilt make monthly headquarter a$ per schedule be lout I- 10, 13-14 II- 12 -15-17 - -18-21 , -22-30 - Lihue Kilauea Kekaha McBryde Makaweli 0 es 11 THOMAS A. O'BRIEN Waverly Bl'k. Bishop & Hotel St. P. O. Box 563, Honolulu COMMISSION MERCHANT Representing I Moore-Watson Dry si Goods Co. San Francisco, - - Cal. The MAJESTIC Cor. Fort& IVr. Ft., Honolulu Rooms by the day, week or mouth single or in suite. REASONABLE RATES OPEN DAY and NIGHT Kauai trade solicited MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL, Proprietor "CALIFORNIA FEED "cO. J I Dealers in Hay, Gkain and Chicken Sui'l'TII'.S. Sole Agents for Intenational Stock, Poultry Food and other fjH-cialtii'H. Arabic for rolling Iron Roofn. lVtaliinm In cubator and Broodera and eeratch-or.-. Kino's Special Chick Eood P. O. Box 452, Honolulu hard came over from Lihue last Sunday to watch their team play ball. Manager Weber of the Waimea Stables was here on Wednesday. Messrs. Armstrong, Church, Oil man, ami o Harn, who arc engaged on the new school, have rented one f the Silva cottages. Mr. and Mrs. Roendahl enter tained a croquet party following the ball game last Sunday, the guests leing Misses Mabel, Janet nd Marian Hastie. Mary Miller, nd Messrs. Dillingham. Loveland Miller, Hughes and Leavitt. It is rumored that one of the oung men employed on the new- school is so taken with Eleelc that he is going back to Honolulu to get his trunks. letters have been received from Mr. and Mrs. Maage who arc now n the Philippines. Mr. Maage was fonncrlv chief engineer for Mc Mrs. Brodie and Miss Anderson, attended a house party at Ilanalei on Saturday. Eddie Deverill was the host. Three Filipino children were en rolled in the Hanapepe school last week the first of this nationality ever registered here. The many friends of Mrs. D. Lyons who recently" returned from the Queen's Hospital are delighted to see her able to be about once more. Mr. Brodie is still attending the Supervising Principal's meeting in Honolulu. He l s not expected home until next Wednesday. The friends of Dr. Krniuura are pleased to learn o f his recovery from his recent illness. Mrs. J. I. Silva was a charming hostess to a party of voung people last Tuesday. Those present were Misses Janet, Mabel and Marian Hastie, and Messrs. Armstrong, Church and O'Hara. Our school boys are improving greatly in their gun drills. Especial attention is being given to their marching and positions. Drill m the Manual of arms will begin later. According t o information from Honolulu, suggestions for changes in the present course of studies, are causing much excitinent. Work on our new school is pro gressing nicely. Part of the frame for the roof has been put up and the progress is watched from the valley below with much interest. Our school ball team is out With a challenge to any neighboring school team. Tae Hee is the manager. The friends of Editor and Mrs Bridgewater are verv sorry to learn of Mrs Britlgewater's illness, and hope that she may speedily recover Judge Hofgaard of Waimea visit ed our school last Thursday. While here, he proposed that our boys try for the baseball prize to be given the winner of the gnuie which will be one of the interesting features of the 4th of July celebra tion at that place. Mr. Holmer, our genial friend from up the valley, was here last week. We are now growing a quantity of Bouganvillea, which, in time will cover the unsightly bluff which forms the front of the new school grounds. WAIMEA NEWS Contitiued from page 1 I Representative Lax, carrying a large line of cane cars and port able track fixture, arrived from Honolulu in the W. G. Hall Fri day morning. Col. R. P. Spalding returned Fri day morning from a business trip to Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Spitz mot ored over to Waimea a n d back Friday afternoon. In another Column of this issue will be found a notice to creditors in connection with the Coney Ga rage Co. A 1911 model Ford touring car is advertised in this issue. For full particulars, call on or address The Garden Isand Ofi'icu. Moving Pic ture Juggling Hypnotising Vaudeville SHELDON & SMITH Camp 1 was much ixdted last' Sunday by a Hawaiian man who, had too much liquor aboard, lie attacked ccryoue within mich, succeeding in striking a Portuguese and strobbing another Hawaiian befoie could be subdued. Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Kapuniai were guests last Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gny of La- nai. Those present were Mr, and Mrs. Kapuniai, Mrs. Chas. Gay, Mrs. Wright, Mrs. Cook, Miss Peahti, Mrs. Cox, Miss Akina and Mrs. Pokepala. A little child of Mr. and Mr. Masuda died Sunday as a result of falling into boiling water. lloli, a Hawaiian, was fined $10 and costs in the police court last week for wife beating. Mrs. E. E. Mahlun will leave shortly for Honolulu. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gay were in Ilanalei Tuesday. Owing to repairs to the Hawaii an church, no night services were held last week. Mrs. H. C. Brown was unable to be in school Wednesday, owing to the illness of her little daughter Anita. Capt. Kennedy arrived from Ho nolulu Saturday to take charge of the Salvation Army work in Wai -mea. Messrs. Hiorth and E. C. Smith were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Waterhotise last Thursday evening. Mrs. Hansen ot Kekaha gave a delightful birthday party on Wed nesday to her four-year old daugh ter. Sixteen little people were in vited, all of whom had a most en joyable time. P. E. Perreira has moved his family to Eleele where he is em ployed. The five children will be greatly missed in our school. Nishida, a stone cutter, is build ing a fountain Ujthc Waimea Park. E. C. Smith is inspecting the busy bees in Waimea. Mr. and Mrs. Kapahu gave a Hawaiian luau last week in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gay. A Filipino boy, suffering from chicken pox, has been placed un der quarantine, Miss Gertrude Hofgaard, one of our popular teachers was unable to attend school Friday, owing to hav ing contracted a severe cold. Mrs. Chang Ayau substituted for her. L.apt. rucu who nas been in charge of the Salvation Army work here for the past year, has been assigned to the Ewa field to which he left last week. The Bayview Hotel has been completelv renovated and put in fust-class condition. Ed. Deverill of Makaweli was host at a week-end party in Hanale having for his guests, Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Baldwin, Mr. Browne, Mr. Johnston, Miss Jordan, Miss Etta Lee, Miss ISU Lee, Miss An derson, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg, Miss Whitting, Mrs. Brodie, and Mr. Murdoch. 29 p. THE FJRST NATIONAL FANK OFHAWAII Al HONOLULU Capilal $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 HOTEL BAY VIEW Waimea, Kauai j jt & The Commercial Mans Favorite Hostlery J St 0 L DICK OLIVER, Manager I I T. TANABE Opened a NEW GARAGE, Jan. 15 NAWILIWILI OX Cars from this garage will meet every steamer. Will make special rates to commercial travelers. Reasonable rates and satis faction guaranteed to all. Dtiy or night service, and in any kind of weather. Your trade is earnestly so licited. PHONE 178 L. Chiba's Old Stand Miss Power Fashionable Millinery Parlor 210-211 Baiton BUg. Fort Sir ft Honolulu The many triends of Mr. and Mrs Stoddard and daughter, Miri an, are glad to note their arrival in Honolulu on the Maraina. Have established a circuit which they will cover at short intervals with a cotnbi natiou o f good vaudeville, good n.oviug 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 Mr. Hatina representing Hack fold & Co's. grocery department Honolulu today after completing his regular round-the island tour among kauai s merchants. LOVE JOY & CO. Wholesale and Retail Dealers in FINE WINES AND LIQUORS Cream Rye Whisky Old Jas. E. Pepper Whiskey 'Harvey s Special bcotch Agents for Whiskey "Calwa Wine "Maui" Wine Bartlett Water Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO FAMILY TRADE 902 Nuuanu Street Phone 2708 Bishop & Co. BANKERS Ivstablished 1S59J v J Honolulu, Hii.o, Waimea Kauai. & jh Transacts a General Bakning and Exchange Business Commercial and Travelers' Letters of Credit issued avail able in all principal cities of life world. J J Interest allowed at the rate of 4 pr cent per annum on Savings Bank deposits. vt Interest paid on Time De posits at the following rates: 3 Months 3 per cent per annum. 62 Months 3 1-2 per cent per annum. 12 Months 4 percent per annum. v J w All business entrusted by customers on other islands receives careful and prompt attention. Miss Day came up on the W. G. Hall Friday, having been engaged to take the fifth grade work in the Lihue School in place o f Miss Roscoe who was transferred to the principalship of the Hanamau lu school.