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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1911

r ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 8. NO. 42. LIIIUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 241911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR. , .... "V &m, - -K - ill II I A QUESTION FOR OUR LEGISLATORS TO d Legislators Give Irresponsible Pers ons The Privilege lo Act Unjustly? They Did Not THEN WHO IS TO BLAME FOR FAILURE? Popular Captain of Schooner Defiance is Widely Entertained By Eleelc Society While in Port MR. LEGISLATOR, did you, in voting more money for teachers, intend that those who had givin time and thought to their work, and those whose labor had hcen devoted to the Island Schools for years, should, upon being placed in more difficult positions, get exactly the same salary as though they had remained in the less difficult one? What does promo tion mean to any business man? Advance in salary, or having more work on his shoulders at the same amount. TOGAPT.SALETZKE A delightfully informal affair, much enjoyed by those who attend ed, was the reception Thursday night tendered Captain ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. Geography That is Sure to Stick When Once Learned By Carrie P. Ilcrndon A young man just from college, 'said to me, the other day, "I wish I could study Geography as it is taught to-day. When I studied it . Geography meant only a memoriz ing of facts. That there was rea son back of these facts which the children might possibly compre hend ami enjoy seemed never to have occurred to our teacher. J ust facts, facts, facts, and woe betide the youngster who could not sax over just what the look said. Staying after school or even whip ping on the hand was often the penalty. My powers of memoriz ing' were great, so of course I fared well, while the only boy in the class whoever thought or asked questions was always in trouble. "Of course I never learned any Geography and of course I remember none." He might very much better have said, "Of course I saw the reason for none of the facts I learned a n d memory alone could nt hold them." The state texts, adopted by the suppos...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. i i ft Bro. Donlamin Compound Herb ajjo Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladdor Romcdy. BLOOD PURIPIER Ambition Talk No. 3 THE WORD MO, BENJAMIN AND THIS fICTUnt MUST at on rvrnr packaqc TRADE MARK or thi tfHa, BlNJAMIN flKMtOf CO RIO u n pat otricc Thkuk art- some cleric il positions that houi'St men can't hold. The honest tnmi can't he a gam bler's assistant, a swindler's con- FACTS FOR TOURISTS Distance Of Points Of Interest From Like To MlLKS Nawiliwili 1 Koloa 1 1 fidential agent or the private secrc-! Spout'gllorn 15 'tary of a corrupt politician, for he1 j,m,,pL,j)e will he required, in any one of these fak-m-eli l)ositions, to use his talent in fur-1 Wainiea therinir a dishonest enterprise. ' Kekaha Hut. in the main, when a dis-j Nohih 4o 111 r i;.. ... 1 Hanainatiht 2 I charged employe of an ordinary Wlihm Rim. 6 i mercantile house turns up with a ' Kapaa landing 9 ' cock and hull story ahotit heing dis- J K cilia 1 1 charged liecause he was unwilling i Anahoh...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1911

4- TIIIC GARDUN ISLAND THE GARDEN ISLAND TUKSDAY OCTOISF.R J4 1911 Issued -Kvcry Tuesday. Kntered at the post office at Liliue, Kauai, as second-class matter. SfHSCKII'TIOX RATKS $2.50 l'KK VkAK, $1.50 1UK SIX MONTHS IX ADVAXCK Advertising Raths, ?o Cunts An Inch 1'i:k Month. , Front Page Advertising Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch Each Insertion. IS. H. Hkipckwatkr, ISditok K. C. IIoiM'KR, Maxaivkk In our editorial in last week's issue, relative to the comparison of school principals, we were incor rect in as much as the teacher of the one roomed school is consider ed an assistant instead of a princi pal, which fact makes the compari son even more rediculous. since it shows the lack of distinction be tween the two positions. Under these conditions, this same teacher might be transferred to the school under the direction of the principal who is receiving tl ing the muk,, u.eiei lauKinguie ,n b. his or li e r experience, man who is unwise cnou-h to ven latter m SALARY, y e t having in I ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1911

TMI' GARDF.X ISLAM). P! .Vis, Hr .f 'r,-- Tijsr urn r ui.H!i(i il;wh-inBLi: : -i urn c Y r ! ! n rr Ho Kmc mobile Playing Shin" Oatfitl Sun. Men. Ttci V-j ers Sit. ill. I 2 8 9 3 ""C K ' I . I- 11 " Ch arl.a sii.l i i;h- Willi "F,.it .'..nr. J; 1.. any M-. l i-i.l t hi bi,; l.n.tii.-. "tell its - mi utul. r thb. t-.v." U iv to ,; !v. M i: v and .loiiii ' ' W'iii. 1l to Clrru." I are tired o:".i:r, thin ; w. know." "Wi--." Willie. 7 I " No; ! !i ' i w i -! , ' ' vii.l I it i n ' ' . n 1 ! l of w st . just n I'lanc-co is ii i tii o' ca.t. 10 15 15 I r 16 22 23 24 13 20 2 li 21 "Pi i "Ho..-: rut .;.-,-.-. w i 'I' dile'i and . c i ;u-.i! .1 .,- ' Ti "ill..- lor 1. ib 1 1 OA far.'" No. I did nol nu-.jl 11:., ! .' "A ! .out tin- same : Aust ; a! i.i . " ' H-li of o,i be , ipi.iln of .i ski jo'nn. " I ' 11 slcp it oif. lb li 'i'l cirr- i'r. ighi .n:d pis-eii..'. i . tii ...,v. tlwiv i.-n't air. tiling o o;in v pi.uv.-.. ' ' .VI rk 1:1 . I'll k- c ni i!i, in tccarintf apparel Cat .s Cg anil...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND" I I I ta r in mm nam aui The ONLY PLACE to buv vour office svijili- eral stationers- is at our stoic , "51 Fort Street. Write us your want and wo shall be pleaseil to look after it for you. Our Repair lVpartim-nt for Typewriters. Cash Registers and Adding Machines is tin: mo t extensive in the Territory. Before bu vim; a tvpewriter eouMi't lis. We handle exclusively the well known Remington Typewriter which is the 1U-.S I that uionev can buy. anigeu I nnnnnr rnn ihiiri II :i) um- mim ni l )l iiiuuul um imuni j Office Supply Co., Ltd. FORT STREET HONOLULU S. OZAKI WAIMEA Wholesale Liquor Dealer ALSO omplcte Line of Oriental Goods Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. Telephone No. 102. Vent Alexander Young Hotel Laundry Idivss all laundry to the Messenger Service ' Union and Hotel Sts.. Honolulu. LET US DO YOUR SHOPPING KAMEHAMEHA BRAND j Pure Kona Coffee Insist upon your grocer giving you this most delicious of Ko na's Coffees . Its the kind that makes you want another cu...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1911

I TIIK OAKDF.N ISLAND. t i I i IT IS NOW SAID The Star's $3,000 Contest Kauai has a lot of entries in The Hawaiian Star's Big Subscription Contest, in which there is a FIRST PRIZE OF $750.00 CASH and a long list of other good prizes. Here are some of those whose friends have put them in nomination: Miss Virginia Silva, clephone ntral, Wainiea. Henry T. Shel Jon. blacksmith, Kealia. Miss Mabel Ilastie, teacher, Kleele. Miss Adeline Corea, tdephune cen tral, Lihue. Mrs. F. Carter, Lihne. Miss M. Silva, postmistress, Ke kaha. George Akana, Kilauea. Kd. Deveiill, lima, Makawdi. Clem Akina, bookkeeper, Makawdi Harry Vincent, wireless up. , Lihne. Harold Morgan. Lihne. Miss Stella Padgett. Makawdi. Miss Kthel Kdwards, Kilanea. Miss Meta keidall, Hanalei. Miss Claudia Castro. Koolau. Miss Annie Clung, Hanainaulu. Miss Mary Huddy, Kealia. Miss Lottie Jordan, Lihue. Miss Sato, Koloa. Miss Stewart, Kalaheo. Richard Oliver, Wainiea. I). K. Sheldon, Wainiea. C. Achong Ai, Lihue. Having been nom...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. CURIOUSITIES in in of 1. Wliv is it, according to the prevailing belief, that the earth i flattened slightly at the poles1 2. Why are the tropics of Can. et Mill Capricorn 231 degrees fn ri the equator? 3. Why are the polnr circles V degrees from the poles? 4. Why are the temperate .ore' each 43 degrees wide? 5. Why do the sun's rays never fall vertically upon any place out side of the torrid zone? 6. Why are the days and nights of equal length about March 21st mid September 21st? 7. Why are the days longest in June "and shortest in December? S. Why is the day practically six months long at each pole? 9. Why does the North pole have its day during our summer? 10. Why does it have its night during our winter? 1 1. Why is it that no place except the poles can have six months of continuous day or night? 12. Why are there 365 days in a vcar? 13. Why are there twelve mouths in a year? 14. Why are there 2S-31 days a month? 15. Why are there seven days a week? 16. Whv ca...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1911

ill V K'i - - ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 8. NO. 43. L1HUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31 1911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR- FORMER KAUAI GIRL I. AND MRS. PAUL NOVEMBER TERM OF PLAYS WITH FIRE "SILL FARIR" IS KU10L0N0 PARK IS i u mm y mm mm j mm h t V f 1- - t iv i i ' r h li T-. 1 . IN Trial and Grand Jurors Are Drawn For the November Term of The Circuit Court. MAKAWELI HAS A DANCE Young Ladies Are Hostesses at Greatest Social Function of The Season-Li-hue Store Contest. MACELWKK-IILAISDHLL. At t h o Hotel Mnjcfctic, October 1(S, by tbe Nov. A. A. Kbereole, Cora M. Uluindell to "Walter MucKlwee. No curdn. The bride is a Kauai girl, having been born at Kealia, . where her parents resided for a number of years, her father being head luna for the plantation. Miss Blaisdeli's many friends extend their best wishes for her future happiness. TRIAL JURY FALL TERM Following are the names of those who have been summoned 'for service a s trial jurors for the November term of the ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1911

2 TIIK GARDKN ISLAND A Chat Concerning Our Honolulu Advertisers Who They Are Continued Next I Veek- Lewers & Cooke Ltd. Tliis naiiK' is significant of every thing th;it is best in the grnccry line. One of the oldest firms in the city, it has gained for itself a reputation for fairness and quality of goods that is only gained through years of successful business man agement. "Value for the money" might well he taken as the motto of this well-known firm. Roman, The Hat Cleaner. Next door to the Central 1'ire Station, on Kcretania Street, is Roman the Hat man. He is Ho nolulu's live wire in the Hot hue, an 1 can furnish hats in more styles than any three other firms in the City. His hat cleaning depart ment is also up-to-date and h i s business from outside islands is in creasing as the result of his thought fulness in paying freight, one way on all work which conies in. Ehlers & Co. One of the most important Dry Goods firm is that of Killers & Co., whose name is a househol...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. 3 amaiaawa Bro. Benjamin Compound Hsrbalo and Stomach, Liver, Kidney Bladder Remedy. BLOOD PURIFIER THCMOOSIIS.BINiilN AND TKII f ICTUKI MUST TRADE MAR e. TNI 0. aNaiM miDi Co ma u pt orrtet CaM lndfioii, DypPii Soul St cra tch. Lack of Appetite, Hoan I-Ulttuing, Lll rid Wind on Stomach. Blaali i-rdilij. Pais, in Slomaeti her tjiunj, Sick Head ache, Dizzine, Coalfd Tomtit, Bilipu.nMa, k a Grippe, Dengue Keei, Cl'ill. and.fevar, IUn, Bieakbone, Few. Tired laclini, Jaundice, Backer he, Diabr-ea, Crave), Ina pt est BrraKt't Diieew, bladii Treubla, tnurrav, Khtumaoim, Impure Blood. Catarrh, Scrofula, Melaacholta, Nervou Diaordcr., Sleepleaoea, Kmoet Worm, Cotta Coo tiipaaon. Anaemic Condition. A Croat Tonic (of Women, 1 M tut btlttt ; I tor U.S9. tor .00 Nctic-Bra. Beniairrm Ccraoouad Heabala coalaiaa ns alcohal. Thereror ttw tana at aoaat botrrea may Mt dUrntiy, All Plantation Stores and "Dealers Honolulu Drug Co. Ambition Talk No. 4 The MAJESTIC Cttr. Kurt it Bit. S...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1911

4. Till! GARDKN ISLAND. T thir line the g yea ;it;e tni till! Stu k(. no' am tlu Ci nu l.u in tu Ci v :n t n a ti ii c THE GARDEN ISLAND UKSDAV OCTOBKR .51 1911 Issued-Every Tuesday . Entered at the post office at Lihue, Kauai, as second-class matter. f,ynscRirri.N 'V Year, 51.50 nm six months. IX AOVANCli j Vdykrtimng Rates. 50 Ckxts i Ax Inch Pick Month. Front Page Advertising ates $3.00 Per Square Inch ach Insertion. li. lJRinc.KWATKK, C. llorriiK, Epitok Manager I n case a special session of the ,e'-;islatiire is called the first mat r to receive attention should and ro'uMy will be, a reconsideration t the Teachers' Schedule. Tin: November term of the Cir lit Court of the Fifth Circuit will e convened by Hon. Judge llardv iiimrrow morning. The docket . larger than the last and sonic in-.-rcsting cases are to be tried. Tin- failure to secure jurymen in ae MeXamara trial is not a sur rise as the particulars in the deed vhich the brothers are charged :ith committing, have had such ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1911

TIIK GARDEN ISLAND. 5 GARDEN SLAND STEAMER TIME-TABLE OCTOBER Sun. Mon. Tues. Wed Thars. Fri. Sal. The GARDEN ISLAND IS YOUR HOME PAPER - Honolulan Lea. Sierra Lea. Transport Lear Shivo Maru Lea. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 Shlnpo Man Ar. Wllktlmlna At. Zealandla Ltr. Wilhtlmina Lta. 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 Siberia Jlr. Makura Jlr. Tramporj tJr. viCongotia Lea. 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 China Ar, Lurline A r. Sierra A r. Lurline Lea. Sierra Tea. 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 Honolulan Ar. Manchuria Ar. Lurline Leave 29 30 31 100 MEN WANTED I On the island of Kauai, to wear The Leader Clothing. Wo evil tin' J latest up-to-date goods Ht reasonable prices. Ami save you from 40 to 1 Co per cent or everv suit prices from $10 to $25. I Mail orders promptly attended to. I Wanted parties to sell and represent our goods on the island of Kauai. THE LEADER CLOTHIERS j Fort Street, near Beretania I m 'S TEMPLE THE largest independent general merchandise store on Kauai. We take an immense amount of pride in this plain, solid st...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND' I I T thir line the rep of g yea age niij tlii St; Uc no an tlv Ci iiv la tr 01 C mnii 1 fiiiyti The ONLY uv our ulTue supp'iiv - and gen 51 l'oit Street. Write us your .AC I', to iM- il st it i mi l i-. at mil' stole w.ml and we h.ill he ple.tsed to look after it for you. Our Rep.iir 1 V irUm-nt for Typewt iters, Cash Registers and dding Machines is the most extensive in the Territory, lk tove I .u vim? a typewriter consult us. We handle exclusively the well known Remington Typewriter which is the BhSl that money can buy. PLEASE DON'T L j Office Supply Co., Ltd. 1 no! STREET OLULU He Did Not Understand. j a good many minutes for that mother I'nt h.lrt tiepn pi7ffl Willi vin pnti num.- S. OZAKI WAX MICA Wholesale Liquor Dealer ALSO Complete Line of Oriental Goods 'iv .1... v,, up Hr:im-h Wahiawa. Telephone No. 7. Rasa .Vllt Alexander Young Hotel Laundry dress all laundry to the Messenger Service Union and Hotel Sts., Honolulu. LET US DO YOUR SHOPPING pains and was...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1911

THE GARPF.N" ISLAND. The Star's $3,000 Contest Kauai has a lot of entries in The Hawaiian Star's Big Subscription Contest, in which there is a FIRST PRIZE OF $750.00 CASH and a long list of other good prizes. Here are some of those whose friends have put them in nomination: rr is now said Miss Virginia Silva, telephone central. Waimea. Henry T. Sheldon, blacksmith, Kealia. Miss Mabel Hastie, teacher, Kleele. Miss Adeline Corea, telephone cen tral, Lihue. Mrs. F. Carter, Lihue. Miss M. Silva, postmistress, Ke kaha. George Akana, Kilauea. F,d. Deveiill, luna, Makaweli. Clem Akina, bookkeeper, Makaweli Harry Vincent, wireless op., Lihue. Harold Morgan, Lihue. Miss Stella Padgett, Makaweli. Miss Kthel lid wards, Kilauea. Miss Meta Reid ill, Hanalei. Miss Claudia Castro. Koolau. Miss Annie Ching, Hanainaulu. Miss Mary Huddy, Kealia. Miss Lottie Jordan, Lihue. Miss Sato, Koloa. Miss Stewart, Kalaheo. Richard Oliver, Waimea. D. K. Sheldon, Waimea. C. Achong Ai, Lihue. Having been nominated...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1911

won. 8 ; Till? GARDEN ISLAND. er v. ni B tl tl ( OSS To The People Of Kauai I i (inikp tliis oppnrtunity lH-fcin-it i too Iati-! A tVw dollar pruptily invi-ti-1 mhdit lxit ynii on Kiiy Street. ISi iiHiinrt ' mnl take n'cliniuv. II ,"ii fail. " to it ttaiit. Wt'Hltliy people i" r. ltt took a flmtui urn! uwle t I. Y'.nr timid ineii-uork for 11 sihiiy mul ivnt a limw nil tlii'lr li-. Tli link n. rw ti I Ufcvit tlioniM-lvi-x. trip tn the '.'ou-t or an auto riilo would cover their nivim' for a year. The farmer takes a clmiuv when he plants; the ship niay'sink; your hoiir-o may hum down, hut only a coward lews eotinutr. I copy from I ah Aiwlc lleraM, re ceived on this mail : "Lakeview No. 2 Oil Co. Hit Big Ga Well-Mud and Water Thrown High Over the Derrick. "H is thought by oil men who have vi-ited the property that the company is jut mvr the main oil sand, and that within the next few feet the Well will pncmintcr a flow that will compare favor ably witli the new well of the l.akevieW, th...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 November 1911

s If,. . .- i:. i & im r p ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 8. NO. 44. LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7 1911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR. m i i i i i 1 ' i. THAT FI OOS TEACHERS' PUBLIC IS BECOMING INTERESTED IN CAUSE Board of Public Instruction is Criticised by Prominent Res . ident Who is Interested in Seeing That Our Teachers Get a Square Deal My Dear Mr. Bridgewater: "I am much interested i n the stand which you have taken in re gard to the "teachers' " salary ques tion.. But how are you going to reach the "powers that be" from this island, when, as I understand, they are located in Honolulu? "I learn that teachers who have sought for information on this sub ject through their supervising princi pal, have received a great amount of consolation in the fact that the as sistant teacher had reached her limit, while the principal has a future be fore her, which expression, even to a person with most ordinary intel ligence, would indicate mere mockery. "A teacher need...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 November 1911

2 TlIK GARDEN ISLAND A Chat Concerning Our Honolulu Advertisers Lewers & Cooke, Lid. This well-known concern is one of the live wires of Honolulu's iinnv prominent business houses. It is at present making a specialty on wall paper, doing the hulk of the island trade in this line. The firm also deals in lumber and all kinds of building materials and enjoys a healthy patronage from the outside inlands in addition to the constantly increasing city trade. Regal Shoe Store. Here is a firm whose reputation for square dealing i s known in all parts of the Islands. This Co. came into existance but a few vears ago, but its progress ha been marked by such rapid strides that today it occupies a position in the front rank of Honolulu's tuost progressive business houses. A large inter-island trade is one of the many pleading features of this firm, whose management is particularv attentive to the large mail order department which it so successfully maintains under the personal supervision of ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 November 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. 3 Qro. Eanjamln Compound Herbalo Stomach, Liver, Kidney and Bladder Remedy. BLOOD PURIFIER THI WORD IflO. IINJIMIN AND THIS riCTUMI MUST c ok cvVmt mcmi TRAOK MARK f Ml mtu if ft vrtcc Pain ill Siomeh ti ytuu. i nt KM, Diuiora, CoMrd Tongue. Bilipuu MtUra. BtMtbono, tcv. Tired Fed CiNf IndiywiKm. Dyjpeew. Soiu Stem ch. Luck of Apprnw. He fkiiwmj. Cm nd Wind en SWMch. UUted hJiot. loutuna, i frVraf. FeeJiot. JModie. Backache. Dialyc. Grtl, loci. poM Boahi', UiiraM, BIwMa TwubU, tnna, Rhcumitiun. Impure blocd. Ctith, SocfuU. MlnehoU. Netvoul i DwJtili aueje cu. Kntovei Wonnt, Coat Cos rptliea. Anaemic Concbuoa. A Crt Took for Wanes. 11X0 nw brttt I for H.50. I lor M Nalot.Bra. fleoiurds Compound Httbnla. MUm n ticohol. Tbrrrtora (MM t tonw tuMni vr mt iBiintly. ) Plantation Stores and 'Dealers Honolulu Uruf Co. MUknveaeVMnlH TllMfca I HERE and THERE The MAJESTIC Cor. Furt & IVr. Sts., Ilimoltilu Rooms by the day, week or month single o r i n suite. REASONABLE RA...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 November 1911

..'nU GARDKN ISLAND. THE GARDEN ISLAND TIM'SDAV, NOVUM BKU I'M 1 Issued l'viry Tiii'sday. KllUltll ilt tin.- post otVll-t' at I.iliiU', K;tu;ii. as second -class ! ni.itUT. I Sri:sci;ii'Tins K atks J.5t I'l l;1 Vl'.Vli. 51.50 11 K SIN MUN I IIS IN APVANVK Aivi-:ktisixi; KatI'S, 50 C knts . An Inch I'i.k Month. Front Page Advertising Rates $L00 Per Square Inch Each Insertion. It, Hkiix'.kw ati:u C llcil'l'l i , KlMTOK M AN Ai'.l'K Tin: Nov km UK k akpkn is- . I 1. ni stc.iuict time table appears 111 j tins issue. Out it out ami pastel 1 1 1 in .1 convenient place for daily tefeicncc. I Nhvn further delay in that Ha n. ipepe school matter is liable toi win M r. Campbell another hornet! fiein the "Garden Island." A onl to tlu- wise. etc. j features of 1 On k of the pleasing the celebration of the Mik.nlos's lnithdax last 1'iidav. was the ap pe. 11 . nice of the Stars and Stripes in unison with the Rising Sun. Ik the repot t he true that Mr. Ramus is responsible for the pres ent case of...

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