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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 28 November 1911

dp' s ' t ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 8. NO. 47. LIME, TERRITORY GF HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 1911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR. KAUAI MAY GET HELP THE BAND- A NEW HOME QUARANTINE IS jC. E. HOLDS A GRAND JURY INDICTS JAPS OWN WIRELESS: ITS YOUR DUTY! FOR WIRELESS ANCIENT HISTORY SPECIAL SERVICE Rumor to Effect That an Independent Stc- i tion be Built Kauai Telephonic Co. May Take a Hand. Whether the Kauai Planters are jointly, collectively or individually responsible for the rumor that Kauai is to have an independent wireless system, no one seems to know, but this much is known, however, that on January first, the Kauai Planters will discontinue their support to the present com pany in so far as a monthly stipend for the "daily news" is concerned. To a reporter, Man ager lialch expressed himself as in darkness as to any reason the planters might have for taking such a stand, and added that the "press" would also be cut out, unless it wished to come through with fifty dollars pe...

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. — 28 November 1911

2 THK GARDEN ISLAND. SHIPPING AND MAIL MAILS Forestry in Public Schools Inter-Island Mails Regular Mail leaves Lilute on Rc-mlar mail arrives from llono- garden movement promoted i n utilized, he a source of comfort, will lie accomplished depends lulu Wednesday and Friday morn- Hawaii hy Professor MaeCaughey beauty, and even profit to the largely upon the ingenuity of the nig. miring ' sugiir season man is . . fremientlv sent and brought bv aml llK'rs' steamers ma ing extra trips tween regular mail days. On days wlii'ii llii. ro:ist m:iil i lilt mail boat due on Fridav, will lav i under the above title, ought to gestions and directions by which a pils whereby thev shall voluntarily over and come in on Saturday , r,Uv of tm-nt interest in this Ter- school niav establish and care for assume the duties of caring for the ; (In connection with the school cessfully grown will, if wisely during this time. Just how this the following extracts school or community for years. teacher and upon ...

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. — 28 November 1911

8 airily OUT You Can Do It Safely By Mail With This Store Men's Hats THE GARDEN ISLAND Y Sn .mopping' M a Our stock of mens hats reflects all that is good in the Stetson out put. For the cattleman or ranch man we are stocked with the best broad brim style in all shades and made of the finest grade of wool. The beauty of our Stetsons is their lightness in weight and their excellent wearing quality. No other hat on sale equals a genuine Stetson because as good a hat is not made outside the Stetson factory. HERE'S SURE to be something to please, q We have confidence in the goods we offer the public, and the public have confidence in us. q We have been here fifty-five years long enough to get acquainted with you, and for you to know us. q Let us have your order for a Christmas Gift for one of the family. Straw Hats Baltimore is headquarters for the finest grade of straw braids for hats for men and boys. Even lauhala from Hawaii is sent there to be sewn into hats th.it bring high prices ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 28 November 1911

TIIK GARDEN ISLAND THE GARDEN ISLAND Honolulu in ne.ai cf fund for ' educational institution etc. that Tl'l-1).V NOVEMBER 'S tin.- "baronial reserve," usually l'la.N tin- trump card. As an in stance a certain college Jiot long since rcquiicil the sum of $.W,000 for building purposes. It got it all ! iglit, hut S.5.MK) of t h e amount was furnishcil hy the ' 'baronial reserve.' ' Did Stand or the small farmer make-it possible for our "barons" Is-ned I'.vei v Tuesday. Entered at the post office at Lihuc, Kauai, as secoiiil-class matu r. Sri'.sCKil'TUlN R vri-s f-'.5t I'l-K Vl'K. f.1 .50 K'K SIX MONTHS IN ADVANCE Ami ktisim; Uti:s. 5o Cints An Inch I i: k Month. Front Page Advertising to ..render this substantial aid to n i f) nn r- v,,,o Frf, such a laudable Each Insertion. E. H. r.Kii)(,i:w.Ti:K, K. C. Hol'I'KK, Enrr K M.nai,i:k ; they did not. The verv labor such as that for which we are said to be so eagerly seeking, made it 'possible. Of course Kauai wants .laborers. And we might ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 28 November 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. r r 4 TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd. HONOLULU .. "Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts FORMER KAUAI TEA- WANTED Two or three first-class agents on Kauai. Tki.kpiionk 642 P. O. Box HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO. C. II. BROWN, Manager Dealer in SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, AND SECOND - HAND MACHINERY i alkkauila St., xkar Electric Power Station. U'lMIUHW ox 54 I CHER I COLLEGE f Coyne Furniture Company, Limited Alexander Young Building, Honolulu FURNITURE OF ALL, DESCRIPTIONS Bureaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboards, Box Couches, Mattresses, Etc. U FOLSTER I NG AND REPAIRING KAMEHAMEHA BRAND j Pure Kona Coffee I Insist upon your grocer giving you this most delicious of Ko na's Coffees . Its the kind that makes you want another cup. Whole Roasted and Ground I lI 1J JJ J T i. J ! j 1 1.1 IctCKieiUOCV-xUL-.LU. J - Distributors Lest We Forget I I HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD. J P.O. Box 491 Honolulu, T. H. I ! For the beit work and lowesl prices call i on or wri...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 28 November 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND THE BANK OF HAWII, Limited LI HUE BRANCH Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii Deposits are received subject to check. Certificates of de posit issued payable on de mand. Loans made on ap proved security. Drafts Drawn on Honolulu Bremen San Francisco Berlin New York Hong Kong London Yokohama Savings Department Interest paid on Savings D posits. 4 1-2 per cent on ordi nary and 4 per cent on Term , Deposits. Ordinary Savings Deposits will be received up to $2,500 in any one account. Safe Deposit Boxes for Rent $2 and $3 a Year EDUCATIONAL AFFAIRS ON MAUI and HAWAII Maui News Reports Affairs Educational on The Valley Isle may be used, as it is, to cover a multitude of sins, bnt Papaikou, within a few minutes train ride of Hilo, can hardly by even the most vivid stretching of imagination be called an undersirable school. This shows that some teachers are paid above schedule. The case of V. A. Carvalho, principal of the Honomu School, Of Course you'll read the STAR sometime, why not NOW...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 28 November 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. Honolulu Business Firms The Clarion Without a reputation, and the quality of goods, a business firm stands hut little chance to succeed. However, the Clarion has an abundance of both. Thus it is not difficult to observe the extreme popularity of this well known firm. The "Benjamin" clothes, the up-to-date habberdashery, combined with the obliging attitude of all those connected with this firm, never fails to leave a most favor able impression on the customer. ; t Ye Arts & Crafts Here is the home of one of the largest varieties of artistic goods suitable for Christmas presents to be found in Honolulu. In its brief career, this firm under the efficient management of Miss Mor rison , has built up a substantial and ever increasing trade and en joys a popularity excelled by none. Besides the lion's share of the local trade in its line, this very enterprising store enjoys a large mail order trade from the outlying islands. One of the leading fea tures of this firm,...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 28 November 1911

fHK GARDEN ISLAND. r I I 100 MKN WANTED tn lie i ... k i . .!. I. v..-.:i- Ths l.oador Clothing. WV m !1 1 1 ,. I.llf I i-i. !. i :l. - .It l-.l i! I '''- -. Ail'l Ml.'V'H il Oil til I i. i ., i- i , iii ii: i.i li ,;a $10 I " $25. :i,i - ,r i";.'.;. :itt. .,'1 ! I .. ma. i.:1' i - !! ii i I r ill ,,:,! 'j.' l- on l'i i-laii'l ,,f Kiiiini. Kauai's Young People The Royal Moth THE LEADER I CLOTHIERS j :ur SrKii. i . Ni-Ak I:i:kkt.i I S KITS TEMPLE OF FASHION I P"T1 II' In ' - t in ', i,, m,1, til ... .1, r it in, t-.-1i-m.1U.- ..ton- mi K.m.ii. We t.ikr ,i-i inna n-c amount of pride in this plain: M.hil -t.iti-nti n;. Tin v is mil ;i mm mi Kauai wii.'.lin- -1 t know i li.sl ip :i 1 i - In!-. an thing at one 'i nur -l--i - t!n i.! in- -.-ti : P 1, i :u tlv .:- n-jm-x-ntt.il i" '. tin- jirift- i I'ttJi- !"'.' I til.i'l li" f.Ml ;;et :ill vvll.Te else, '.:-A Iu- V.srm. !. t!i i; lit- i-:. In eel :t !-".iarc ileal. Grocery Department t 'n.iiii'. i nimt-. i -. 'in.ilitv i-niinis, ci. ry li...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 28 November 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. 9 SCHOOLS AND TREES Continued from page 5 up oniy on ciouay, damp days. As they are lifted from the soil they should be laid in piles, roots to gether, and the roots immediately ; '! ' Fruit Fly Is San Domingo Found In Coffee Scene Of Trouble will affect planting, and shoal. show specifically wlare the fl are to be planted . This plan pro vides a definite scheme to be follow ed in the decoration and protection i oi me grounds ami snouu. be care- wireless from Honolulu last, Owing to the disturbed condition fully worked out and as carefully week, tells of the discovery of the of public affairs in San Domingo, observed. No specific directions frnjt flv jn n coltL.t. l,trry j Maki- following the assassination of the for such a plan can be given here, ki. The discovery adds another president, two U. S. Cruisers have but the following general rules t,,. in ii,,. tnd- r,f ,i,.UiPMi-iim, :,.. ., fiiu,,.,i,.ii n n,o o,...,., rr covcieu iwi a icw miwvcuuim in should be obs...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 28 November 1911

"I IE ft 1 I 10 THE GARDEN ISLAND. t 5 'I Notice of Konohiki Fishery Rights NOTICE OF THE ESTABLISH MENT OE THE KONOHIKI OF RIGHT OF FISHRY IN AND TO THE WATERS AP PURTENANT TO THE AHU PUAASOF NAWILIWILI AND NIUMALU, ISLAND AND COUNTY OF KAUAI. Notice is hereby given by the undersigned, lessee of the Konohi ki rights of fishery in and to the waters appurtenant to the Ahu puaas of Nawiliwili and Niuinalu, that on the 11th. day of October, A. D. 1911, a judgment was made and entered in the Circuit Court of the First Judicial Circuit of t h e Territory of Hawaii in that certain action entitled, "Cecil Brown, Trustee of the Estate of Kaleipua Kanoa, deceased, plaintiff, vs. The Territory of Hawaii, defendant," action to establish fishing rights, ordering, adjudging and decreeing that the said Cecil Brown, Trustee of the said Estate of Kaleipua Ka noa, deceased, had lawfully es tablished an exclusive, private, Ko nohiki right of taking, appropriat ing, and setting aside and apart for his...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 5 December 1911

V alanu ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 8. NO. 48. LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 5 1911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEA. t 1' ' 1 SLIPPERY ROADS CAUSE OF PILIKIA Three horses down within a few hours, was the record one rainy clay last week, the accidents being due to the slippery condition of the road between the Lihue Store and the Fairview Hotel. The cause given for so much slipping lies in the fact that instead of the road being perfectly flat, it declines each direction from the center, making it almost impossible for a horse to hold its footing when the surface is wet. The road is perfect as to appearance, and in dry wea ther, is a success in every respect. But it loses much of its attractive ness when one scringes in his sad dle, fearing every moment to be thrown headlong with possible fatal results. If no other means can be found to overcome this menace to life, it might be well to level the road bed. A pretty public highway is an indication of a com munity's prospe...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 5 December 1911

TUT. OARDKN ISLAND. LITTLE WILLIE DIES ROM SERUM TREATMENT home, llu-v shot win.1 row m rum into Willie's Mm . WMl. Willi.- lived .ilmik; until he was ten years oKl when, oik- ti i 1 it . his folks were sent into a u:io b discovering that lit- li.nl lil.uk dip theria. Fortunately, a noted phy sician had d iseov rod that.mti tox in scrum from a how- would cute diptheria. if am tiling would, and so they ave Willie sonu- how s. rum. hv podermi.-aUv. Finally, at -hi years of ar,c. Willie was taken w ith a mysterious mala dy. None of the doctors eouhl tell, definitely what it was. At last, as Willie was very low, a very ham-' j ed scientist from a urcat eastern in I stitute visited him and pronounced 01 E FACTS OLD CURIOUS OLD OF YE TYfilE CHALMERS 1911 I Once upon a time, not so very long :i(,'d, a l)oy was born and they named him Willie. It not beitu; cultured or fashionable and it being detrimental to the wearing of cor-j sets and participation in social func- tions, this boy's mother...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 5 December 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TRACTOR SEES FORTUNE IN UULEIA NATURAL ROCK FOR FENCE-POSTS "Speaking of concrete posts" said a prominent contractor the other clay, "why, on the W. H. Rice ranch in Huleia, there are thousands of tons of some of the best material for fence posts I ever saw. Great ledges of rock hang from the cliff -side-rock which by very little trimming would be ready for use. There's a mountain of wealth in that locality, awaiting! to be dug out and realized. Many pieces of this magnificent stone have been taken out and used in the construction of various bridges as well as gate posts. I believe they will some day be used for just such purpose as Manager Broadbent's concrete posts." The speaker cited instances where in the Northwestern States, concrete posts had been success fully used for years, and believed they were just the thing for the Islands. "In Dakota" said he, "a friend of mine built a fence on land which was so rocky that it was impossible to dig post holes, so he 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. — 5 December 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY DECEMl'.EK 5. I'M 1 , IsSlled l'A TiRmI.IV. KliUTi.il ;it the poM cilice ;it Liliue, Kauai as second-class matter. SriiMjKM'TiMN Kati-s 5J.50 Vkm Yl'K, l .5i It K SIX MONTHS IX ADVANCE Anvi-KTisixc, Katks. . 5" Cknts An I ni. n li k Month . Front Page Advertising Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch Each Insertion. U i- .i K- (In- ii ; l lull "f tin' I'llt'lii' l.tlnl- I.. E. 11. Kk 1 1 i: v.ti:k , K. C. IIolTKU, !i ji.ui n-iil . if tli:il i t" the inillio.l by uhini I In wml.l - t.i kiin'w Unit ii U'l'ihiUe iriii'li ii "il l:ii::ii i att ail ill:.' m ! i h i me's ilr e!i 'p inu Ii it ii !. the tutiliv will Ik- far distant wln n the (ran lei i will I 1' i 1 1 with it 1 1 t liine hut lantaiia. .Iitiluii.it li-' in a''rarann' the in-t In 1 I'nll.iMc.l iii 1 1 1 1 1 . 1 1 i 1 1 if the Kapaa land I n ii i it i Ihf .--h. Tli'-t ft i 1 1 1 fur ilN rri'tlil ini: h"iii.'-lt a'liii:r an.l l'nivr:iliiitr n ii'i iirr.i In II Ill i'li'a lhal in'thint; hut hi t...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 5 December 1911

THE . GARDEN ISLAND Hanalei Items Good Road Stories (Continued from page 1) rocs on to Kipahulu, Maui, to superintend the manufacture o f sugar. On Thanksgiving day services were held in the church both in the ' afternoon and evening. In the afternoon an interesting Thanksgiving program was carried out at the Junior Christian En deavor meeting. Hans II. Gittel, representing Hofschlaeger & Co., was at Ha nalei last week on his farewell trip as a traveling salesman. He has been traveling for the past eight years in the interest of the com pany, and will now enter the firm a s assistant business manager. Mr. Jacobs will take his place on the road. The second and third grades of the Hanalei school have caught the spirit of gardening, and for some weeks past have been pre paring beds for seeding. A week ago last Friday the third grade boys planted their garden, and last week the second grade boys got their seeds all into the ground. The first garden planted is doing as well as could ...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 5 December 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND 1 Is Bovine Tuberculosis Given to Man? Two reasons have been urged for com bating tuberculosis i n cattle. The veterinarian has urged the necessity of eliminating the disease from infected herds be cause experience has shown that in the long run such herds will prove unprofitable. The sanita rian and physician have claimed that the disease might be trans mitted to man through the milk or meat, and have sought to eliminate the possibility of transfer. The views of both groups of men have been vigorously opposed by many stock farmers and dairymen, who have contended that the trans mission of the disease was not proved. The past ten years have been a period of contention, but it may truthfully be said that at pre sent we are in a far better position to judge than ever before. Is y there any real danger of man con tracting the disease from cattle? Does the same germ cause the disease in both cow and man? When Dr. Robert Koch, the great German bacteriologist, i n 1883 f...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 5 December 1911

THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OFHAWAII at noNoi.n.r Capilal $5110.000 Surplus $175,000 DIRECTORATE: Cecil Brown. Pres.; M. 1 Robinson, 'ict.--irfs. ; L. T. I'cck. Cashier. Geo. N. WilcOX, CrOO. 1'. Cattle, II. M. von Holt. Kauai Acccounts Invited Bishop & Co. ! BANKERS Kslablishcd KS.S9 IloMiin.r. lln.o, Waimea K.U'AI. 'l'r.iiw.u I:- a (icitt -nil Bakning ..nd Kschangc Business O'lnnu Trial and Travelers' Ia'.uts Hi' Credit iv-atcd avail able in all piincipal cities of till.' wot 111. Intercut allowed at the rate oi 4 1-2 per cent per annum mi S i ings Han deposits. 0 Interest paid on Time De posits at tlie following rates: o Months ,i per cent per annum. 6 Months .1 1-2 per cent per annum. 1 2 Months 4 per cent per annum. .4 v All business entrusted by customers on other islands receives careful and prompt attention. Koloa Plantation Store Wholesale and Retail Groceries. Dry Goods of all Descriptions, General Plantation Supplies. HARRY ARMITAGE S e J Stock and Bond Broker . Member Ho...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 5 December 1911

Till- GARDEN ISLAND. EXCELSIOR DIARIES Haiuiiti Reins 1912 Oliu'i' and pocket diaries of 58 all sics bound in cloth or Bj k.itliir. Mail orders promptly lil led. Hawaiian News Co., Ltd. Voiin llldg. Honolulu Jl. F. MORGHN Slocks, Bonds and Real Estate No. 857 Kaaliumanu Street WHEN IN NEED OF paoer Paper Bags, Twines, Stationery HONOLULU'S I.APC.F.ST PAPER HOUSE A?:-F.:-iCAN HAWAIIAN I'Ai'S ,:c l.WVi.Y CO.. l.TD. 1 cj t atiii Qi..t:l Strer-ts GEO.' T,. GUILD, Vice Pres & Mcr Tlii; "S. S. N'oeait," from Hono lulu, arrived Thursday nmrni tii; , bringing n gciicial cargo of freight lor the- Hanalei side. Silo also brought a good sized foreign mail. Several tickets were sold at Ha-, nalei for tin- Ilaeiia concert which was given Saturday night by the Il.un.i School for the benefit of the basket ball team. Mr. and Mrs. Mcncfoglio and Mr. Giacouicttc from Wainiha, vi sited Hie Makees Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Cravincr, took 'the Xoeau last week for Honolulu.' Mr. Gray nier was hcad-luna ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 5 December 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. 7 I 100 MEN WANTED On the island of Kauai, to wear The Leader Clothing. We Hell the latest up-to-date good at reasonable prices. And save you from 40 t 05 per cent or everv suit prices from $10 to $25. Mail orders promptly attended to. Wanted parties to sell and represent our goods on the ihuid of Kauai. THE LEADER CLOTHIERS Fort Street, near Beretania J XMAS! H a P P y LOADS AND loads o f Xmas Goods have arrived a t this store. From all points of the compass come most beautiful crea tions designed exclusively for our trade and manufactured under the personal supervision of Proprietor J. I. Silva who has been east es pecially for the purpose of procur ing Christmas goods. Mr. Silva returns home tomor row accompanied by an additio nal supply of the prettiest Christ mas goods obtainable. G i f t ' WATCH IS SPACE NEXT WEEK s Eleele Store J. I. SILVA, Proprietor. TRADE MARK REGISTERED THE ANVIL Indicates a steel shod shoe for children. A unlet initial school shoe; a s...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 5 December 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. .3, mmm ei sniwAV nvmBNnHWKM i ! ft ' xf J -k JH f 4 C"- . -- Late.lv? If not, we. invite you to come and see our FINE DISPLAY OF CHRISTMAS GOODS which consists o f the following: Japanese em broidered kimonos in silk and crape, emb. shawls, silk, kanka and cotton crape jackets, silk scarfs, baby kimono jackets, in silk and crape, embr. gauze table centers & doilies, satin embr. silk cushions, co vers, emhr. silk shirtwaist patterns, silk pincushions, embr. photo frames, etc. linen ercibr. centerpieces & doilies, bureau covers 4?; scarfs, Japanese flower vases, fern dishes, jardiners, jars, etc. An elegant line of Japanese lacquer ware such as: i-av', Gsovc and Handkerchief Boxes, Stands and Cabinets. CUT GLASS, HAWAIIAN JEWELRY, AND CURIOS. A Large Selection of Toys. THE de Sugar Co' s Store i IMPORTANT REPORT Tlie final report of the tubercu losis ' commission has at length been issued after ten years of ; patient research, and it decides a (fu'estion vh...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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