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TIIK OAKDKN ISLAND TUKSDAY, DKCKM P.KK '27, IH21
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Krazy Klothes Kabaret
New Year's Eve
Table merratidns for dinner limited
For particulars phone Alapaki Smith 194 NOW
General Admission to Dance and Show $1.00
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ment for use when re-net ting, the firebrick in bagasse
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gree and is admirably suited to the duties it has to
perform in this type of furnace. For oil burners the
Johns-Mauville No. HI cement is needed far it is not af
fected by heat until 3,100 degrees Fahrenheit is readied.
Use of these cements practically guarantees no fire
box trouble next year. Orders should be placed im
mediately to insure prompt delivery.
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Sole Agents in llawaii for Johns-Manville
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
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A GOOD BOXINQ CARD
FOR WAIMEA SMOKER
SKETERS FRIENDLY AT
Whirlwind Thomas ot Kekaha will
meet Cyclone Pedro ot Makaweli in
the main event of the Waimea Young
Men' Club smoker, Saturday, Janu
ary 7th. Doth hoys have agreed to
make 160 pounds. Cyclone is a hard
hitter and lives up to his title, as
he Is one mighty hard to stop once
ho gets started. He carries a wal-
op in both hands and tries to win
his bouts by the K. O. method.
Whirlwind Thomas is the better
boxer but also carries a wallop. He
has a mean left hand that will wor-
y the Cyclone unless he has worked
up some defense for it. Thomas car
ries a wallop in his right hand and
it will be surprising if this bout
goes the limit with such heavy hit
The heavy event will bring
together Fighting Joe and Terriblo
Aileen, both middleweights.' Neither
of these boys claim to know much
about the art of boxing, but both
are fighters. The bout will not be
scientific but it certainly will be in
teresting. This bout is also sched
uled to go five rounds, but some
body will kiss the canvas before the
five rounds have gone.
K. O. Esperas and Lightning Al
fonso are scheduled in one of the
preliminaries, and as both boys are
willing fighters, this should be one
of the best of the evening. Both boys
Fighting ISalbino and Iron Tony
will mix In another preliminary and
as there is blood between these two
It should make a great fight. These
boys are lightweights.
Two featherweights will meet in
the curtain raiser. Bantam Grlpon
and Kid Takemoto. Takcmoto is a
coming Japanese boy that will be
The battle royal is causing great
excitement and from present indi
cations the referee is going to be
iwomped with contorft.mts when hc
makes his call. The rules will be
fully explained to the audience la
fore the bout starts and beforo the
cortestants enter the ring.
The Japanese wresling is e vot
ing great interest among the Japan
ese since the best wrestlers on thu
h-'and will meet that night. 'I In
matches made so far are:
M. Yokataki of Waimea vs. Aukni
Y. Harada of Waimea vs. S. Yoka-
aki of Waimea.
S. Harada of . Waimea vs. S. Nak-
ano of Waimea.
Aguchi of Kekaha vs. Ishii oC
Three matches of Japanese will
furnish amusement for the follow
ers of the sport. Kudaishi of Mann
will meet Kashiwada of Makaweli in
ihfc first bout, while Nasu of Wai'
mea will meet the champion of Ha-
napepe and Makaweli. There arc sev
oral other bouts that have not beon
listed so far.
An exhibition in the art of tigh
rope walking by the Ladies and Lad
dies teams of the Waimea school
will round out the program.
Special trucks will leave Makawe
11, Kekaha, Pakala, Camp 4, Cam; 7
Camp 8 at G.00 o'clock and leturn
after the show is over.
After four days and nights nt the
Barking Sands, the Koloa Hi-Y boys
are loud and long In their cxtol'u
Hons of the social tenderness of the
Barking Snnds monnuitos.
The holiday period making an out
ing possible, the club, well fortified
with eats, bedding and other essen
tial equipment, including two rab
bits on the hoof, left Koloa Satur
day morning nt daybreak.
Little side issues like rain and
mud had no bearing on the general
pirit of peace toward all men but
The campfire range tested the cul
inary abilities of the Individual
campers. A generous tarpalin serv-
d for (lining and dormitory pur
The fresh meat of the bunnies
HANALE1 SCHOOL HAS
Hanalei school held its Christmas
exercises in the new community hull
The following program was given
Song: Holy Night Chorus.
Christmas Box Second and
Song Glee Club.
Play: Giving or Getting Older Pu
Song Glee Club.
Recitation: Night Before Christ
mas Caroline Werner.
Songs: Jingle Bells; Jolly Old San
ta Grade One.
Recitation: Fair Warning to San
ta Henry Kane.
Song: Shining Grades One and
What and How Grade One.
Ukulele Solo William Hodge.
Recitation: Christmas Grade three
Songs: First Noel; Aloha Oe
After the program the pupils re
turned to the school house where a
tree was waiting, from which each
child received a remembrance and
a bag of candy.
The children express their thanks
to Mrs. Rice for the candy.
The boys have used their spare
time making toys to be distributed
from the community tree.
A family without a budget is like
a ship without a rudder you can't
keep it to any definito course. Thrift
was a welcome variation from the
regular menu, but was rlo more joy
ously greeted or ravenously devour
ed than the addition to the daily bill
of fare of the skeeters. They sig
nified their appreciation by the
friendliest sort of advances and car
esses. It was what might bo called
a Bwefl. time, and we're going again
the next vacation.
Through the thoughtfulness of the
boys and girls of the Lihuo Union
Sunday school the children and ad
ults of the Filipino village of the
Lihue plantation were made happy
by presents and a Christmas tree
last Friday night.
Music and the pictures of "The
Other Wise Man," were on the pio
Old Santa with pack on back full
of presents and candy noisily ap
peared right In the midst of the pro
ceedings and after distributing his
load dashed out to parts unknown.
COMBINE TO LOWER
COST OF FRESH EGGS
Recently fresh eggs have been
selling in Honolulu for as much as
$1.25 a dozen. Kauai folks who have
poultry have been less greedy, Sel
dom have fresh eggs been sold by
the producers on this island for a
dollar a dozen.
A number of Honolulu poultrymen
have decided to put a stop to the
unfair prices charged for' eggs in
their city. The Advertiser tells how
they are going to do it.
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IEN -renewal times
comes, equip your car
with Vacuum Cup Fabric or
Cord Tires and forget the
dangers of "skiddy" pavements.
Forget also the disappointing
mileage averages other tires may
have given you. Buy Vacuum
Cup Tires you pay only for
the quality the safety costs
C. B. HOFGAARD & CO., Ltd.. Agents, WAIMEA
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Tip Top TheatrE
Doris Kenyon in "HARVEST MOON"
Anita Stewart in "KINGDOM OF DREAMS"
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No Picture on Tuesday, January 3
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Williciin S Hart in the
Pammount. Picturc--The Vlusclc
THURSDAY, January 5
William S. Hart in
MARY PICKFORD in
"DADDY LONG LEGS"
Week start to ateer.