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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 4 July 1911

5 LETTER FROM OLD JAPAN Pajamas By . Jit LyJgate THE GARDEN ISLAND. MAIL ORDERS to us receive better attention than if sent to the mainland, and we have a large stock of materials from which you may select. Our prices are low and tlie value as good as are to he had anywhere in the world. We have a lame clientelle on Kauai which we rre serving all the time. The satisfaction expressed by old will be enjoyed by new patrons of thisstore. A. BLOM Fort Street opposite Catholic Church i: WE ARE SELLING Regular $18.00 Suits for $12.50 22.00 " " 16.00 27.00 " " 18.00 30.00 " " 20.00 Get one of these suits while they last. Send size and color de sired together with money order. THE LEADER, CLOTHIERS Fort Strket, near Bekktaxia Honolulu Victor Talking Machines The FIBRE NEEDLE The Fibre Needle is a new inven tion which permits the running of many records with the same needle without the least damage to records or decrease in the tone. They do away with that scraping sound. The FIBRE NEEDLE Our...

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. — 4 July 1911

6 ISLAND S GHOULS Beautiful and Excellently Rendered Programs Marked The Closing of Kauai's Public and Private Schools On Last Day of School-Hundreds of Parents Among Visitors Hanalki, June 26. The follow- J ing program was rendered at the 1 closing exercises of the Hanalei school last Wednesday: A. M Regular work and Map contest at the board. Grade 3 drew map of the Hawaiian Islands. Grade 4 Map of Pacific Ocean Grade 5 Map of the World The parents decided that Ah Kam Ho Chock had the best map among the girls, and that Joseph Lima the best among the boys. All the maps were excellent with a few exceptions. There were pri zes given for the best. P. M. Song.. "We Meet Again Tonight Boys" ; A welcome by Joaquin Louis Dialogue "The Sick Doll" Sa-, rah Aalona, Rosie Werner, Goon 1 Chock. j Song. . ' ' Land of The Summer Sea' ' by Jane Lima, Ah Kam I Io Chock, Julia Aalona, Adell Kuni Ing. I Story.. "How the Robin Got Heri Red Breast" by Julia Aalona "A little School ".Sarah Keaweehu ! "T...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1911

v t - tk.. , - X" (A. ,crj'a---''w. i v. - j J.:i.- atd f ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL 8. NO. 27. LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 11 1911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR. ' " 4- 9 iJ. Kvitj . . - v i i . ft 1 1 11 in i h t v'v 1 It V if r "MOTHER" LINDSAY FIRST TRIAL ENDS TO RON UGGUIBS PNEUMONIA Passed Peacefully Away Surrounded by Loving Friends And Relatives -Funeral Friday Labor Troubles Again Claim To Have Received Inducements To Work On Oak Plantations Ship Coming. CONVICTION OF ONE One Accused Escaped Conviction Through Able Defense Of Attorney W. J. Sheldon Two Plantations Close J. P. DIES IN MAU HOI WIFE SLASRED ; JEALOUS-CRAZED f HUSBAND BY A COWARDLY ATTACK CITIZEN COUNTY FATHERS IN A VERY BUSY SE! ISO Peaceful End Of Hawaii's Most Distin guished Financier Following Wonderful Career Porto-Rican Camp Is Scene Of Bloody , Aged Portuguese Citizen Is Victim Of A Caretakers "Io Be Furnishd to Keep All Strife When Mad Husband Wields Cane Knife Wishards Will Travel Five I...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1911

TIIK GARDEN ISLAND. HE GARDEN ISLAND UESDAY, JULY 11, 1911 Issued-Every Tuesday. Entered at the post office at Lihue, Kauai, as second-class matter. SrnscKii'Tiox Ratks$2.5 Pi'.R Yl'AR, $1.50 FOR SIX MONTHS IN ADVANCE Advertising Rati-s, 50 Cents An Inch Per Month. Front Page Advertising , Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch Each Insertion. E. B. Bkidc.ewatek, K. C. Hoitkk, Editok Manager A wisk old owl lived in an oak; j the more he heard the less he spoke; the less he spoke the more he heard; Why aren't we all more like that old bird? End Of Useful Career Thk late Henry 1'. Baldwin has left a record in these islands, the luster of which can never be dim med. s a man of the highest Christian character, sturdy mental and moral attainments, and an in domitable energy, he h-ts lived a life full of accomplishment in all his social political and business re lations one whose influence h a s been for many years, and will ever continue to be. far reaching an influence that will always tend to str...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1911

TIIK GARDEN ISLAND. I Waimea Stables! I I I LIMITED Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Hoarding Stable and Auto Liverv Business. AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS W. WEBER Manager. Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48 I Kauai Garage Company Tel 600 SUB-AGENTS FOR VON HAM-YOUNG CO. Tel 600 Agents For Packard, Peerless, Lozier, Pope-Hartford, Stevens-Duryea, Buiek, Cadillac, Stoddard-Dayton, Overland. Hupmobile, Oldsmobile, Baker Electric, Maxwell, Autocar. Everett, Thomas Flier. GASOLINE TRUCKS: Packard, Pope-Hartford, Buick, Atterbury. We have on hand, 1 Model 17 Baick, 5 passenger touring car. This car is rated at 30 h. p. but develops actual 48. Price $2,100. One second-hand 1910 Cadillac "JO" 5 passenger touring car, fully equip ped. This car was formerly owned by C. H. Wilcox, is in good con dition. Price $1,500. One model "Dr"...

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. — 11 July 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. I The OXLY PLACE to buy your office supplies and gen eral stationery is at our store, 951 Fort Street. Write us your want and we shall be pleased to look after it for you. Our Repair Department for Typewriters, Cash Registers and Adding Machines is the most extensive in the Territory. Before buying a typewriter consult us. We handle exclusively the well known Remington Typewriter which is the BEST that money can buy. Trent Trust Co. Weekly Report Items Of Personal jShipping News Interest to Keaders Office Supply Co., Ltd. FORT STREET HONOLULU S. OZAKI WAIMEA Wholesale Liquor Dealer ALSO Complete Line of. Oriental Goods Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7. CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP The kind that helps with the work. Your Grocer has it, H .Hackfeld&Co.j Ltd. Distributors Trading in the stock market has i been very light during the week under review; in fact the month ending to-day shows only a total of j 9386 shares dealt in, while the ave- j rage for th...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1911

TIIK GARDEN ISLAND. MAIL ORDERS to us receive better attention than if sent to the mainland, and we have a large stock of materials from which you may select. Our prices are low awl the value as good as are to be had anywhere in the world. We have a large clientelle on Kauai which we rre serving all the time. The satisfaction expressed by old will be enjoyed by new patrons of this store. FAIRCHILD'S POLICY Maine flume Camp hoir-'-s 1 5 ( ) J . 5 ii ) 5' hi A. BLOM Port Street opposite Catholic Church. WE ARE SELLING Regular $18.00 Suits for $12.50 22.00 16.00 i 27.00 " " 18.00 . I 30.00 " " 20.00 f Get one of these suits while they last. SjikI size and color do- sired together with r.'.oiiev order. THE LEADER, CLOTHILRS Fort Strkkt, nkak Kerktania IIoNoi.n.r Victor Talking M achines The FIBRE NEEDLE The Fibre Needle is a new inven tion which permits the running of many records with the same needle without the least damage to records or decrease in the tone. They do away with that sc...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 11 July 1911

6 THE GARDEN ISLAND. wm EH6N IHE PENNANT New Schedule For Next Half W Kilauea Team Now Much in The Lead For The Silver Trouhy-A New Schedule Offered Directors Meet Saturday Umpire Quesliou Settled at Directors' Mceltng at Fairview On Last Saturday The Kilaueas again put the Li tmus to sleep at the Lihue park last Sunday, rolling up the score of 19 to 11. The game plugged along at the usual rate of give-and-take until the visiting team got next and started an aerial flight. This sort of roused the Lihue team who took a new lease on life. Five runs by Kilauea in i the third inning touched off the The following schedule for the last half of the baseball series, is one which has been worked out and given us for publication, which we take pleasure in doing: October 8 Homestead in Koloa Lihue in Kapaa Kilauea in Makaweti October 1 K. A. C. in Kilauea Koloa in Lihue ' Kleele in Homestead September 24 Lihue in Eleele Kilauea in Koloa Makaweti in Kapaa September 17 August 13 Koloa in Makawel...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 July 1911

K" ESTABL1S1IED 1904. VOL 8. NO. 28. LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 18 1911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR. ifliJl I k 14 rtiM mmmimi FRIGHTFUL ACCIDENT L Mans's Feet Becomes Entangled In Rope Is Dragged For Some Distance By Frantic Horse C. E. Society Has Meet M. Y. Fernandes Accepts Position The Makaweli Store-Hanalei Vege tables Doomed (Special to the Garden Island) Moi.oaa, July 16. A Japanese lies in the Kilauea hospital literally hacked to pieces as the result of being dragged for several hundred yards by a frightened horse attached to a plow. The unfortu nate man's feet had become entan gled in the rope lines and together with the plow, he was hurled along the Moloaa hill at a terrific speed until, on rounding a corner, a Japanese who had seen the acci dent, managed to stop the horse. Joseph I, the Hanalei Mail carrier, happened along at this juncture, and cutting the rope from the man's legs, loaded him into a wheel bar row and conveyed him to the house of a ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 July 1911

THE GARDEN . ISLAND. THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. JULY IS, 1911 Issued-Kvery Tuesday. Entered at tlie post office at Lihue, Kauai, as second-class matter. SrnscKirTiox Ratks $2.50 Vv.k YKAK, $1.50 l-'oR SIX MOXTHS IX ADVANCE Adykktisi.xg Ratks, 50 CKNTS An Incu I'.ku Month. . ! Front Page Advertising) Page Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch Each Insertion. , -. .. I r-f-- E. B. Bkidukwathk, Kditok K. C. Hori'KK, Maxac.I'R Who sajd Kuhio wants to he a governor? vSAY what they may concerning tne Kaaa land deal, but t h e man j tvho is directing the affairs fro m , 5 this end, is a " 1'airchild" under nil f I'irriMiKliincis. 1 ' ' "Brcoi.oc.isTs" are now trying I to svvl,n 5l 1ls to discover a way of transforming i I'Omgii . .or distance, tW "Mediterranean Klv" into the 9- Diving C 'ltest, not to "Shoo Ely." Ouu bachelors who a r e spen ding so much of their time in court now a days say that' courting is not at all that it is cracked up to be, Willis T. Poric. Superinten dent of Public Instruct...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 July 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. Waimea Stables LIMITED Draving and 15 a inline Still lf and Auto Up-to-date Livery, Livcrv Business. AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE BETWEEN LI HUE and KEKAHA Leaving Lihuc every Monday, Wednesday and Friday. Leaving Kckaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS W. WEBER Manager. Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48 I STEAMER TIME-TABLE Steamers To Arrive CHALMERS 1911 ataxias i i oKam n HATH July is " 18 " 21 " 21 " 24 " 26 ' ' 28 Aug. 1 4 ' 5 : " 6 8 " 8 NAVII- 1KOM Nippon M ini 'Frisco Zealandia Sydney San Francisco Chivo Main Hongkong SPECIFICATIONS 1 1 Vancouver San Francisco Makura Sideria Lurline Sierra China U. S. T. Buford Manila Honolulan San Francisco Mongolia 1 1-uigkong Manchuria San Francisco Wilhchnina Kauai Garage Company Tel 600 SUB -AGENTS FOR VON HAM-VOl'NG CO. Tel 600 Agents For Packard, Peerless, Lozier. Pope-Hartfoi d, Stevens-Duryea, Buick. Cadillac, Stoddard-Dayton, Overland, Hupniobile, Oldsmobile, Baker Klec...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 July 1911

t Tib.' (ViRtEX 'iStAN'b.' I I 1 The ONLY l'L-ACK lo huy ur office sup, lies "and gen eral stationery is at our store, 951 Fort, Street. Write us your w'unt and yte shall be plestseJr.to look after it for you. Our ttepair' liepajei'tnenl : for . Typewriters. Cash Registers and Adding Machines is the most extensive in the Territory. cfore buying a typewriter consult us. We handle exclusively trie- well known Remington Typewriter which is the liKST that inonev can buv. Office Supply Co., Ltd. S. OZAKI WAIMKA Wholesale Liquor Dealer ALSO Complete Line of Oriental Goods Telephone No. H. Itrancli Wahiavva, Telephone No. 7. ! CRYSTAL WHITE ! SOAP i 1 The kind that helps with the work. Your flrocer has it, nana iiaicwn I H .Hackfeld&Co., Ltd. DlSTUIIifTOKS SPALDING Baseb a If v 1 ir h A tSe r e-s neve j HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD. T .1. . 1 1 f. 1 . T t .1 . . 1 . .!. We are the only practical in the monument business. We do all our work witli pneumatic tools, driven by compressed ai...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 July 1911

THK OARDKX ISLAND. M AIL ORDERS to us receive better attention than if sent to the mainland, and we have a large stock of materials from which you may select. Our prices arc low ami the value as jjnod as are to lie had anywhere in the worM. We have a law c!iciilcHe on Kauai which we ire serving all the time. The satisfaction expressed by old will he enjoyed by new patrons of this store. I K. A. A. Now Branch Lo&i Fuiid Com. Md bj aiioincr 01 .waKawcii s popular an i inai an i , ne i.: n- on-eo o me K enllnisiastic hall players was una- I ,ce.i ; sr.e :b Hon M a r s t :i 1 U niiiiously elected t o succeed Mr. Ca::ip!.--;i v. til. Ciia' i la; t the Continued troin l.u;l 1 Lo.i'.iilm ! iron: line-, one testimonial of which was evidenced pinr.o . of or, iiii.it.'-ii and that it by the vole of thanks i;ivcii him by was for lh it he had. called, i.hi the directors. Mr. (luvl. Rankin, niciiibcis to ,;jther. 1 1 e a! o slute d another of Makaweli's ponuhir an I tli.it ua . ; ' a law a -...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 July 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. BY AUTHORITY OFFICIAL DETAILED STATEMENT Receipts and Disbursements County Kauai From Jan. 17, to June 30, 1911 illTtnru mum U HI U U Ik RECEIPTS: GENERAL FUNDS: Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii $42,000.00 Licenses 451.28 Waterworks 2,028.70 Fines & Costs, Dist. Courts & Jails 1 ,999.44 Collections, Registr. of Automobiles 5.00 Registration of Brands 1.00 Road Tax Si-kcial Dicposit Fund Net Balance of Treasurer. Jan. 17, 1911 Warrants Outstanding, June 30, 1911 Balance 1910, Road Tax Spec. Deposit Fund Revenue Stamps DISBURSEMENTS: $46,485.42 21,398.50 6,442.17 11,514.74 296.53 200.00 Total: 86,337.36 Current expenses Police depannent Road Courts & Jails Water Works Hospitals Repair school & teachers' cottages Expenses of election Discount and interest Weights and measures Furniture and office supplies Stationery County law libray 6.00 Treasurer's baiance, June 30, 1911 Road tax fund net balance June 30, 1911 Revenue stamps Total: $86,337.36 DETAILED...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 July 1911

ir:. 7 '"'V! ME- ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL 8. NO. 29. LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, IUESDaY, JJLY 25 1911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR. WHAT THE BUSINESS LOAN COMMISSION 1 QUID FOR THE S. SHEBA SPEAKS DEATH CLAIMS SON KAUAI POLO TEAM IH ARE DOING 01 MB SIOE As Seen By Our Business Manager Koloa Plantation Store The Koloa Plantation Store, with its tremeiiduous stock or general merchandise and under the super vision of Mr. Bucholtz, one of the best known store managers on Kauai, was a scene of action in every department. Manager Bucholtz, besides being an tip-to-date business man, is endowed with a cordiality toward newspaper men which in its rarity, is heartily appreciated. Koloa Trading Co. The Koloa Trading Co's.-magnificent store, one of the largest in dependent mercantile houses on the island, gave every evidence of pro speritv. Manager Elliott has been but a short time in charge of this! I,- to jn general supervise the work extensive business establishment, to be undertaken by...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 July 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND. THE GARDEN ISLAND ;Frmn Qm 0f The CfSlft! TUESDAY. JULY 25, 1911 Issued-Every Tuesday. Entered at the post office at Liluie, Kauai, as second-class matter. Sihsckii'Tiox Ratks $2.5tt Ti:r Ykak, $1.5" 1-dk six months IN ADYANCK Advkktisinc. R.ytks, 5fl Ckxts I To the Publishers of The Gar 1 men Island: i .Allow me to congratulate vou ! upon the Kood appearance of your paper o f July 4th. which reached : me a few clays ago. Tin? Gakmkn I Island is a credit to the "Garden 1 Island" - it w ould he a credit t o a An Inch Pkk Month. ; community numerically larger than Front Page Advertising I Kauai and- composed entirely of Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch 40 YEARS EXFERIENCE Every Each Insertion. E. 15. Hkimgkwatku, Kditok K. C. 1 loi'PER , Manac.i K "We are commencing in this Terri tory, to look to Kauai for everything that is good, whether it be in the legis lative halls or on the athletic field, and you have certainly manifested that Kauai is strong for clean athletic sp...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 July 1911

Till' GARDEN" ISLAND. III O ! r Hudson ine for 1911 j MAKAWEU IS IH THE LEAD NOW FDR THE CUP Sunday, Makaweli sent Kilai.ca to seeond'place in the league by defeating them in 11 7 .1 game, lloimn on the slab for Mak.iweli pitched an elTective game through out. He puzzled the heavy hatters of Kilauea and scattered their hits. Wood was wild in the beginning but settled down after the game had been won bv the Makaweli HI lies. The Blues took the field in the beginning of the game and easily disposed of the Red Sox who came to bat. When their turn came to bat. there was something doing-. On an error Costa reached second base, llonan singled, Akina ripped the atmosphere with a two bagger Costa and Honau getting home. Keola fanned, I'ernandes flew to I left field J. l-'assoth then reached firnt on an error. Akina scored. Fassoth was caught at third for try ing to be too ambitious. 3 runs. The Red Sox in the second scored one run, T. l'acheco walloping the ball for a three bagger. Hud d v ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 July 1911

4 THK GARDEN ISLAND. I I I K uiwm c amran t mvtmm . mom aa Tin- ONI.V PI.ACK to buy your ofiicc supplies and gen eral stationery is at our store. 951 Fort Street. Write us your want and we shall he pleaded to look after it for you. Our Repair Department for Typewriters, Cash Registers and Adding Machines is the most extensive in the Territory. Before bin ing a t pew l iter consult us. We handle exclusively the well known Remington Typewriter which is the BUST that inuiiev can buy. TA Hard Earned Salary The Frolic of The Signs STEAMER TiME-TABLE 1 I Office Supply Co., Ltd. 1 OUT STRKKT HOXOLULU trolley one day I fell ia a sort of a dream: And the sights th.it I saw as t h e car sped along Were the greatest I ewr have seen. The A.l Sfgas that blaze from the top of tin: car - S. OZAKI WAIMHA Wholesale Liquor Dealer ALSO Complete Line of Oriental Goods Telephone No. 102. I'.ranch Wahiawa, Telephone Xo. 7. An old Church in Belgium decid-! vV'liile riding along on the uu 10 repair us prop...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 July 1911

THK OARDKN ISLAND. r .f f-i P Ifl'lillMfllHHIl New Goods Just Receive d IT. Ladies' Tailor made ami Lingerie Shirt Waists $1.50 to $4.00 each. A great varietly of the seasons prettiest styles to choose from. Lingerie Dresses in all si.es 5 .00 to $15.00 each. Wash Dress Goods. An iiimcnce supply 10'" to 25'' yard. Send for samples. Ladies' and Children's Hoisery, we carry the largest as sortment prices can't he beaten. Ladies' Kimonas and Dressing Saccules. Long Lawn Kimonas 34 to 42--SI. 50 to $4.00 each. Dressing Sacques 50t! to 52.00 each. Lacies' Mouse Dresses in Ginghams Batistes and Lawns; Dutch or high neck S3. 50 to $7.00 each. What Business Men Are Doing Continued from page one. that he is the only manager to use the gasoline truck for delivery pur- poses on the island-having recently purchased a Huiek from the Kauai Garage Co. It required hut a very short interview with the genial manager to acquaint us with the ; secret of his success. I'p to-j date window dressing is a f...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 July 1911

THE',rGARDEN ISLAND. RELATING 10 PERSONAL HAPPENINGS: Joe Lovell returned from Hono lulu by the Kinau. Judge C. S. Dole left for Hono lulu on the Kinau Saturday. .Mrs. R. E. Bond arrived on the Kinau last week and is'lhe truest of the Gays. , Hon. George R. Fairchild was a returning passenger on the Kinau last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox spent a few days at their Hanalei beach home' last week. Miss Yecta a trained nurse for the Kleele Hospital, arrived on the Hall last Friday. "Frank Pacheco and J. Wood were among the returning jurymen to Kilauea last week. -Hen Viekers, the Regal shoe man, takes the Kinau at Waimea this afternoon, for Honolulu. Miss Mariraret Waterhotise of Honolulu, is the guest of Mrs Charles Wilcox of Koloa. Charles Wilcox, manager of Koloa Plantation, was at the County Seat last Wednesday. A. Menefoglio; manager of the Kauai Electric Co., returned from a business trip to Honolulu by the last Kinau. Miss Isenberg of Honolulu, is the guest of Mrs. Hans I...

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