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THIS GARDEN ISLAND. -
UI'KK'K OK Till-. TliK.WlJKK OK
THKTKItlilTOUY OK HAWAII.
NOTICE TO VETERINARIANS
In HivurilMiiv with Act 7i of llii- Ses
sion Lawn (if HM1, I'lititlnl "An Act to
I'cstilutc tlic Practice nf Veterinary Med
iciiii. SuwfJ' l'eiitixfry in tin1 Ter
ritory of Hawaii." notice is lieieliy nien
that "all ihtsoih. priietiMtijMir ihteiuliiii:
to practice veterinary tncdicitie, stirp'ry
or denti-trv in the IVrritory of Hawaii,
shall make application to the Treasurer
of the Territory for a licen-e to prm
tic Hitch application must Iv accompanied
by the Mini of Ten Dollars ( 10.00), (l
O. Jlottcy Order in favor of the Tivas
itror), upon receipt of which further In
struction" will Ik' mailed to the appli
cant. J). I.. C'osm.ixo,
Treasurer of the Territory.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT 01f
THE FIFTH JUDICIAL, CIR
CUIT. TERRITORY OF
Mary Naea Alio v, Libellant, vs.
Aho ch, Libillee.
LIBKL FOR DIVORCE.
ORDKR OF NOTICE OF PEN
DENCY OF PROCEEDING
It appearing to the Court herein
that on the 14th.. (lay of June.
1909. a libel for divorce was filed
herein by the libellant against the
libellee pray i up that the bonds ot
iiiatriuionv between said parties be
dissolved because of the wilful and
Utter desertion of said libellee and
' of his failure, being of sufficient
ability, to provide suitable main
tenance for said libellant: and it
further appearing that the sum
mons herein has been returned un
served: that more than six months
have elapsed since the bringing of
said suit, and the said libellant has
been unable to ascertain the address
or residence of said libellee after
due and reasonable search and in
quiry. It is hereby ordered that notice
of the pendency of this proceeding
be given to the said libellee by the
publication of this order in Tin-:
Gakdkn Island a n e w s p a p e r
printed and published in Lihue,
Countv of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii, once a week for seven succes
sive weeks on the following dates:
Januarv 30th.. 1912. February
6th., 13th., 20th., 27th. and March
5th. and I2th., 1612; and that said
libellee appear before the Judge of
this Court in the Court-room at
Lihue, Island and Countv of Kau
ai, Territory of Hawaii, on the
26th., day of March, 1912, at 10:00
o'clock a. m. to answer the libel
herein, at which time the Court
will proceed to the hearing of the
WITNESS my hand at Lihue,
Island and County of Kauai, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, this 24th., day of
January, A. D. 1912.
Sgd.J Jacob Hardy,
Seal Judge of the Circuit
Court of the Fifth Judicial Circuit,
. T. II .
Attest: Philip L. Rick,
Clerk, Circuit Court, Fifth Cir
cuit, T. II.
January 30th-., 1912, 7t.
Scaled proprwidp will U recived by
the 1mn Ktnid Commi-isioii of the
County of Kauai up to ' i m . Kcb-
ruary 7, l'UL', at the ollice ot W. I). !
MeHrydc, Secretory, Kleele, K.,uai, for
the e.HHtructioil of n concrete hikI tniim
School HuildiliK at IInmin'pc, Kauai.
1'ropoxaN will lie on form furui.-hed
by the Loan Kuud ('oliuniiiiu or the
Architects, and placed in a sealed en
velope addii-ed to V. 1). Mcliryde.
Secretary, and plainly marked on the
outside "Propo-al for Ilniiapepc School
Uuildiilif." All proposals shall lie ac
companied hy a certilied check for a
sum equal to live per cent (") of the
amount of the proposal.
The Commission rescrvoi the ril 1 1 to
roj(ct any an all bids, and to waive any
Plans, J-pceifieatioiis and propol
forms may ln hud upon application to
.1. It. Moraine, Lihue, Kauai, or t
ltipley A- Reynold, ArchiticN of the
tVnuuis.-inn, J!o;-toii Building, llouolu
lulu, T. II.
A ill petit of ten dollars (10) will
Iv required on each set of plan- and
sH citlcatious isied.
C'huhman Loan Fund CouuuNsiou,
County of Kauai.
ARE YOU FOND OF REAL GOOD
The annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Kauai Telephonic
Company, will be held at the office
of its treasurer, Mr. G. N. Wilcox,
on Monday the 19th. Februan
1912 at 9 a. in.
R. W. T. Pruvis,
Secretary Kauai Telephonic Com
Lihue, 9th. Februan 1912.
Notice is hereby given that t .ie
drawings of the Grand and Trial
Jurors to serve and act as such dur
ing the next March Term of the
above entitled Court, will take
place in the Court Room of said
Court, in the Court House, in Li
hue, County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, on Wednesday the 21st.,
day February, A. D. 1912, at ten
o'clock in the forenoon of said day.
By Order of the Court,
Ppilip L. Rice,
Dated the 10th., day of Februa
& !H H fH 1H
By every "W. G. Hall" we receive a new supply of
Pure Kona Coffee
Whole or ground, 25c and 30c a lb., according to
age and grade.
Green Coffee Beans, well aged, 15 c,
20c and 25c per pound.
KONA COFFEE WITH CHICORY
5 lb. tin with Cup and Saucer, $1.10, or 20c per
1 lb. paclctige.
.r- -r , -.1
2J lyJ l
n n --u.'
Wannea Machine & Automobile Works
Geo. A. liertra -i and H. L. While. Proprietors.
General machine, Automobile and gas
engine repairs, aulp supplies,
' parts, etc.
FOR ACHTKLINF. GAS LIGHTING CO.
We Are equipped with the very highest grade
American machine tools and our facilities for the
handling of automobile repair work are
Our efforts are to please our patrons, and a
trial will prove to you how easily it is done.
WE DELIVER THE GOODS
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Td. 32 W. WAIMEA, KAUAI. P O. Box K.
i HhTi i i iI
Educator $4 Shoes
Mrs. C. . Hofgaard. ' I d"lsed in "til a late hour. Those
Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard' was hostess invUed t0 lncet Lad' Hcrron werc
of Tl.MrcIn,. n(t..rnn 1,,nl,,.m, ',lIS- mUlheil, MT
in honor of Lady Herron, among her
PUBLIC LAND SALE NOTICE
At 12 o'clock noon Saturday,
March 16, 1912, at the front door
to the Court House. Koloa, Kauai,
there will be sold at public auction
under Part 4, Section 17, of the
Land Act of 1S95, Section 276. Re
vised Laws of Hawaii, the follow
ing described Government Rem
nants, situated at Kalaheo, Konn,
(1) Lot No. 83. containing an
area of 1.91 acres. Upset price,
(2) Lot No. 84, contniniitB an 1 1912.
area of 0.90 acres. Upset nrtce! t ut f n,.c r.t
tnct, 1911, p. 9.
To Owners of real and Personal
Propertv, Liable to Taxation
in The Fourth Taxation Di
vision, County of Kauai.
The tax rate for the year 1912,
made up, as required b v Section
1212, of Act 145, S. L.' 1911, is
herewith announced, as, .0116.
SI. 16 per hundred, SI 1.60 pe'r
thousand of valuation.
J. K. Faui.ky,
Assessor, Fourth Taxation Divi
sion Koloa, Kauai, February 7th, 1912.
Hawaiian Islands Maui Is
land, north coast Pauwela Light
Station Correction for Lists. The
light is exhibited from an open
wooden tower on dwelling.
List of Lights, etc., Pacific Coast,
1909, p. 50, after No. 243.
List of Huoys, etc., Pacific
Coast. 1911, p. 9.
Hawaiian Islands Maui Is-land--Vailuku
Bell Buoy, 1, previously reported
adrift, was replaced February 3,
invited guests being Mrs. Schult.e,
Mrs. Hansen, Mrs. Brandt, Mrs.
Kric Kmidsen and Mrs. Danford.
.! w'S &
The members of the Mokihana
Club were entertained by Mrs. A.
S. Wilcox at her charming home
last Wednesdav afternoon, when
the following extremely pleasing
program was rendered:
1. Violin Solo Mr.-. J'litnmn,
2. Vocal Solo "Tliu Lover and the
liird" Mrs. V. II. Itiiv Jr.
!!. I'iuinil'iiilc Si'K'rtion--."IIninoris-
ipu'" Mi- Kani Wilcox.
A. Vinlin Sdii."(iI.I Folks At Il.iini'"
o. Ifrailiii)! "Mi'i,-t'iiiiwr"
I'ianoSolo " Wagoin'.i's I'riwSong"
from MeisUT.iiiriT.-Mrs. liolirij;.
Vocal Solo "Love i a Ito-e"..
.. .Mis. Ililk
Pianoforte Selection . "Uonianee"
ItnlieiiRtein.-.Mrs. lie l!retteil!e.
Members present were Mrs. An
dtnuanii Jr., Mrs. Kassebeer, Mrs.
Deinert, Mrs. Theilen, Mrs. Put
man, Mrs. Rohrig, Mrs. YV. H.
Rice Jr., Mrs. P. L. Rice, Mrs. V.
H. Rice Sr.. Mrs. A. H. Rict
Mrs. A. Hills, Mrs. S. V. Wilcox,
Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, Mrs. Carter,
Mrs. Hogg, Mrs. J. M. Lydgate,
Mrs. Wedemyer, Mrs. De Brette
ville, Mrs. Stewart, Mrs. A. S.
Wilcox, Mrs. Iseuberg, Mrs. G.
P. Wilcox. Miss Mumford, Miss
Mrs, Danford, Mr. and Mrs. Han
sen, Mr. and Mrs. Brandt, Mr. and
Mrs. Hofgaard, Mr. and Mrs. A.
Robinson, Miss Mathews, Dr. and
Mrs. Saudow, Dr. and Mrs. Put
man, Mr. and Mrs. C. A. Rice,
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rice Jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Spalding, Mr.
Behr, Mr. L'Orange, Miss Mc
Claren, Mr. and Mrs. Schultze,
Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, Mr, and
Mrs. G. Hwart Jr., Mr. Gay, Mr.
Hart, Mr. Millikin, Mr. Hiorth,
Mr. Hime and Mr. Brodie.
Mr. L'Orange, brother of Mrs.
Knudseii, who has been visiting
h'er for the last month will leave
Tuesday for Honolulu to accept a1
position on the Waipahu Planta
tion. Mr. L'Orange lias been the
source of much entertainment' late
ly and will be greatly missed.
Mr. and Mrs. Kric Knudseii gave
a very elaborate dinner party for
the young people of the district
last Saturday, Feb. 3. The table
was decorated with pink begonias
and tulle, and the place cards were
unique and original, each contain
ing a hit on the individual, with a
highly appropriate verse, the com
position being the work of the
charming hostess. Much merri
ment was caused by these catchy
poetical selections. Dinner over,
Are a treat for the feet. Made on
a broad toe last with room for all
five toes. This gives perfect rest
for the foot at all times.
They come in Black Gun
Metal, Calf, Vici Kid and Tan
Russia, both in high and low
When ordering, add ets. to
1051 Fort Stkkkt
(3) Lot No. 85. miitrdninrr nn
area of g.K8S ft I'neot rlrr. I C. it G. S. Chart 4110.
Cost of patent and stamp to be
paid by the Purchaser.
For maps and information, apply
to the office of the Sub-Agent of
Public Lands, Homestead," Kau
ai, or at the office of the Commis
By Older of the Commissioner
Lieutenant, J. S. N.,
Inspector, 19th Lighthouse Dist.
Wells. Miss Ayer, Miss Roscoe, j a very enjoyable musical program
Miss M. Kllis, Misses Daisy and' was carried out. Among those
Hannah Sheldon, Miss Kaui Wil
cox, Miss Brewer, Miss Lulu We
ber, Miss L. Jordan. The Club's
invited guests were Mrs. R. Spald
ing, Miss Rankin, Mrs. A. Cropp
and Mrs. Ilanneberg.
Mr. and Mrs, Eric Knudsen.
Mr. and Mrs. Eric Knudseii eu-
0 keknhi man men houno i lobe tertained at dinner last Wednesday
ioner of Public Lands, Capitol ,a ,nQ' nel- om 110 ka tuknlu hou j evening to about fortv of their
Building. Honolulu. ?a i hale Iwnako hou no Lihue i f j d or u nurnoge of ,nLetinr
net. u Keia naie nou e inauao ia T , IT ,,
nei i- kukulu hon nim.o ka hn.mkn ! Lady Herron. Four round tables,
ClIARLKS S. JUDD,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
January 16, 23, 30.
Februarv 6, 13, 20, 27.
March 5 & 12.
The latest Books of fiction
received by every steamer.
Don't forget we carry a full
line of Tennis and Base Ball
? & S
Wall-Nichols & Co., Ltd.
! o Hawaii, e noho lala uei ma Lihue. , artistically decorated with a pro
j Ka, ke hoolala e mai nei no ka ho- fusionof crysanthemunisand dainty
lomua una niea e hoolala ia mai uei j maiden hair were spread on the la
j no ka loaa o ke kahna no ke taona ,mi in t h e imme(liaU; vicinity of
o Lihue, a no Kauai holookoa no ,. , , ... . . ,.
'hoi. Okamakouko iua kiui a wh,ch a baml ot 1slcIas
Mano, e kttikahi kakou ma na liana pertsed pleasing music during the
e potuaiicai o Kauai holookoa. Eia dinner hour. After dinner the
ka liana la. nolaila nee ia mai. me 1 trusts renaired to the drnu-iiio-
ka puttwai hook dii ilokoo ka loka
Proprietor J. I. Bilva of the!
Temple of Fashion. Jdcek's com
merical house, accompanied b y
ihf)togr.iphcr Silv.i of Honolulu
passu! tlirough hc-re t.nl.iv en
ionic to Kalihiwai,
room, when a violin solo by Mrs.
Dr. Putman and a vocal selection by
Mrs. W. H. Rice Jr., were muchly
enjoyed. Miss Mathews also de
lighted the audience with several
musical feats. The music of the
band was so enticing that the
hc.use was cleared and dancing in-
present were Mr. and Mrs. Knud
sen, Mr. and Mrs. Shultze, Miss
Mathews, Miss McClaren, Miss
Kridlcr, Miss Hofgaard, Miss Bar
bara Lee, Miss Ktla Lee, Miss
Jordan, Messrs. B a u h a in ,
L'Orange, Rankin, Berg and Oser.
The young people of Makaweli
were most enjoyably entertained
at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
Shult.e last Saturday evening, tjie
occasion being a delightful shower
party given by Mrs. Shultze in.hou
nor of Miss Addie Whittington who
will leave shortly for the Coast for
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital $500,000 Surplus $175,0C0
Cecil Brown, Pres.; M. P.
Robinson, Yice-pres. ; L.
T. Peck, Cashier.
Geo. N. Wilcox, Geo. P.
Castle, II . M. von Holt. .
Kauai Acccounts Invited
kvukything in the
Silvuk and Gold Lini;,
Rich Cut Glass and
MiiuciiANDisK or Tin;
Bust Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
out a new path, for no automobile
had ever before tried this trip. The
undertaking was under the auspices
of the Pacific Highway Association,
that organization is a r ranging,
through Don Lee, of Los Angeles,
for the Cadillac "30." Mr Lee
secured his experienced driver, T.
J. Bcaudet, to take the wheel, and
t.nenta two-thousand mile path-, chrouiclli Ule oclv,lltun,, nml 11ake
finding tour over a district the most ; the repon Kor .
of which was never before so tra- j venturers in the Cadillac "30"
versed. Iinachie. too. such a car ? '
. ' . " . ' , iiassiug inrotigii a region most in
hospitable and desolate, lost touch
It'sounds just a bit startling, es
pecially when one lives in an an
toniobile center, to hear that a mo
tor car is making on this verv con
HERE AND THERE
passing through communities where
the populace up to this time had
never even seen an automobile.
Such incidents in the adventures of '
the venturesome auto men one 1
iKiinllv rotiiipcM u'itb trine f lirniifli I fi r. ...
, i: , , r, i "ie Brown Impulse me pump is doing
the remote districts of the globe. 1 exceljenl wcr v B
But nevertheless a Cadillac car i,..: r r i
it i i . lxauai ui'oec to., w sr.es to mention
has been making just such a trip, , f , . , "icmiun
startintr from Los Antreles. and its, lhe ,act lhal ll has m received a Stock
with civilization, for the telegraph
wires were scattered and operators
Jas. Kdwards of Kilauea, called
at Tin; Gakdkn Islvnd office yes-
route took it and its two nervy pas
sengers across hundreds of milrs
of sandy desert wastes where there
terday a u d left two-and-a-half was danger of water famine, across
plunks tor 1913. . troublesome mountains and over
Charlie Hall, rtpreicnting the wild rivers; and not the least of
Murphv-Grant Dry goods Co., Wil- their troubles was the complete
liams'-Murviu Shoe Co., and the submersion of the car, on one oc
Friest Hat Co., all San Francisco casion, in a raging stream,
firms, is registered at the Fair-( Their destination was Mexico
V!cvv' 'City and the object was to mark
Mcchelin cases and tubes ranging in size
from 28x3 to 37x5.
We also carry the Hartford four-cylinder
tire pump, and the celebrated
Pitner lire pump, guaranteed "for five
years Kauai Garage.
Kditor of the Heivaiinn Kditiou
J. Mahiai Kaiuakua is now at Ka
paa, feeling indisposed from a se