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T1IB GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912
and we want you to know about it.
Our Loss is your
We take stock this month and shall sell the
balance of our holiday goods, regardless of cost.
You make twenty cents or more on every
dollar. This meams we will give you a 20 per
cent, reduction on holiday goods.
Sale Commences Dec. 16
and closes Dec. 24
at 5 p. m.
This is the chance of your life make good
use of it. Do your Christmas shopping with
GET THE HABIT
For the benefit of those residing out of Wai
mea, we shall be open until nine o'clock p. m. on
the evenings of Dec. 20th. and 23rd.
C. B. Hofgaard & Co., Ltd.
Continued from page 1
THE WHITE PLAGUE
Schools and Teachers Cottages:
Koloa" was duly approved by the
Mr. J. H. Moragne the County
Road Supervisor reporting on the
work on the Roads in the County
stated that the macadamizing
work on the Road to Wailua
Bridge is Hearing completion. The
tunnel for the Oraao Water Works
is completed, but the man Yama
moto who did the work asked to be
paid a few dollars more for his
work, for most part of the tunnel
was rock, for which latter matter
Moragne was instructed toexamine
the tunnel and report at next meet
ing advising if the man is entitled
to more pay as he claimed. ,
Allowances for Road work in
the County for the current month
were by general consent limited to
Jl 50.00 for each district.
Upon motion of McBrydesecond
ed by Mr. Rodrigues the Road
Kngineer was instructed t o plow
and level the play ground of the
Mr. McBryde moved for the ap
propriation of the sum of $2,200.00
as Additional Appropriations tor
the purpose hereinbelow named
for the payment of charges and
interest, pay-rolls and labor and
for the maintenance ot schools, as
Discount & Interest $ 200.00
Repair School etc. Koloa 2,000.00
and being seconded by Mr. Rod
rigues was carried.
The chair announced that the
next meeting of the Board will be
held on the 16th, imt. for the pur
pose of preparing a budget or esti
mate of expenditures for 'salaries
and pay-rolls and for public im
provements for the ensuing fiscal
At 2:45 o'clock p. m. the meet
ing adjourned subject to the call
of the chair.
public press and meet them on the
street. Good logic the best lo
gicis to carefully incubate the
enthusiasm with yourself and im
part the pleasant infection to your
less logical friends.
To become interested -to know
the statue of tuberculosis in yfcvr
to know what is be
ing done to cure it in short to
become intensely interested, that
is what the Anti-Tuberculosis
League conceives to be the duty
of every Hawaii citizen.
Intensity makes American his
tory. It is a force which wt con
jure now. The appeal ink-lit not
be met spontaneously. We ran
only hope for progress and that
each clay that molecular motion of
enthusiasm will become a trifle
more excited. Ultimately we will
win with a full house.
. . .
Continued from page 1
er in Hawaii than it would be in
San Francisco and the subject is
even more difficult to become
aroused over. The hotel proprietor . cominu
who recognizes the theory of pub
lic sentiment and contributes gene
rously to the promotion committee
because he sees a good thing in it,
would not even read this appeal to
his generosity in the matter of
tuberculosis, although the bene
fits to himself would be just as ob
vious if he looked a little longer.
Yet he is asked to be generous in
this case, not with his finances
but with his enthusiasm.
Tuberculosis intimatelv effects
persons engaged in large industrial
pursuits, factory and shop owners.
Their employes usually would not
become interested in such articles
. . t?:.i 1 . -1 j
as mis. ivuner uiey woum noi see . timlslmi mnnbet of ad
it or its logic would not appeal to vertisement3 for "traveling sales-
tneui. vet tnis class became inte
rested i n San Francisco in the
Fair because those around and
The Traveling Man
above them were enthusiastic
about it. Enthusiasm is a species
of logic that appeals even to the
most densely illogical person.
We have the same class in Ha
waii which we must interest in
tuberculosis before anv class can
be benefited but we have not the
ssme industrial conditions that
make it easy to reach a hundred
workmen through a single em
ployer. In its stead such as those
who read this article will be the
mainstay of this campaign. It is
they who must arouse that indis
pensable enthusiasm in others who
might not read it. There is no ne
cessity t o consider superficial
logic at all in matters pertaining
so clearly to the public good. Such
a logic most apparent to you might
b e that neither you nor yours
have tuberculosis and are thus
not interested in the propositions
regarding the eradication of the
diseases as you see them in the
men wanted in this line and that
and the other! All sorts of induce
ments offered! A traveling.ales
rnan, they tell us, is like the poet.
He is born not made. Will he ,
then be found by advertising? Per
haps! And if he is he should and
will get rattling good remuner
ation. The traveling salesmen of
the world give up an awful lot.
I've known several who simply
love to stay at home. The most do
mestic men! And yet have to go
galivanting all around the country!
No wonder they are always in de
mand! No wonder business firms
are offering big inducements!
Any man knows every one of
the Ten Commandments when it's
someothcr fellow breaking them.
What makes a man, too old to a
girl for her to be interested in him
is for him to be married already.
There's always a photograph of
the children a woman has to take
with her on a visit or it will be
DON'T READ THIS!!
Unless you are interested in
The McBryde Store
is prepared to show you the very fines! selection
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If you are perplexed, permit us to make some suggestions for
or a souvenir remembrance to friends at home.
We offer: Delicate Fabrics from Japan, Damascene
Jewelry and Lacquer ware. Beautiful Dresden China.
Hawaiian Souvenir Jewelry and Calabashes, Cut Glass
direct from the Colonial Cut Glass Co. Magnificent
line of Toys. Large New Stock of the very things
you are looking for.
THERE ARE MANY SPECIALS AT REDUCED PRICES