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THK"GA.HDBN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 24, 1913.
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS
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v. o. liox 441 mi. 2434 .1
The Thermometer says
it's mighty warm, but
P A. Li E
says IT'S mighty cool
helps vou to
Horses Are Not entirely Pau
In a lump sum the horses of the
United States are valued at the
immense sum of $2, 278,222,000.
The average price of a horse has
advanced $1.83 since 1912, and he
is now held at S110.77. In the
countrv there are 20,567,000
horses. Iowa has 1,568,000
horses, Illinois, 1,482,000, Texas,
1,181,000, Kansas 1,099,000, Mis
souri 1.084,000, Nebraska 1,027,
000. The range of valuation is
from $147 in New Jersey to $58'in
In the matter of individual valu
ation, however, the horses must
give way to the mule, that has a
selling value of $124.31. In some
states the mule is valued at $171.
00. In Missouri which produces
326,000 a year, the value is put at
$117.00 each. Texas leads all the
states in mule raising. Missouri,
Georgia, Mississippi, Tennessee.
.Alabama, Oklahoma, Arkansas and
Kansas follow in the ordjr named
Preacher Enforces New Rule
Salina, Kan. Dean George Kin
kead of Christ's Cathedral (.Epis
copal) here has announced a set of
rules to be followed in all weddings
in which he officiates hereafter.
Both principals must have been
Neither may have a divorced
wife or husband living.
Some one known to the cathe
dral clergy must vouch for them.
They must bring at least two
persons to act as witnesses.
Each must present a certificate
signed by a reputable phvsician
that they are free from disease and
Another rule is that bans must
be published at least three times at
services in the cathedral.
Honolulu Electric Enlarges
The Oahu plating Co. on Bere
tania street near Emma has been
bought by the Honolulu Electric
Co., who will run it hereafter in
conjunction with their electrical
business. The plating company
is a recognized institution of Ho
nolulu and one that fills a want.
The plating department at the
present time is equipped to do nic
kel, copper, gold, zinc, bronze
and silver plating, and will make
a specialty of nickel plating auto
mobiles and motorcycles and re
burnishing brassware of all kinds.
It is the policy of the Honolulu
Electric Company to do plating so
reasonably that it will pay one to
have even the cheapest trinket re
plated. With new and up-to-date
appliances such as the company
contemplates, installing this can be
The best flour known, in every
home Soerrv flour. tf
A pretty girl knows enough
palmistry to hold hands.
You c.n't judge the quality of
the dinner by the tone of the bell.
L&fProop J ' I
Koloa News Briefly Noted
Mrs. Sam Kalua is spending the
week end with relatives and friends
Mrs. J. Bush is recovering from
a serious illness which has confined
her to Koloa hospital.
Principal John Bush of the Ko
loa school, spent last Sunday with
his daughter, Mts. .Scott, in Ki
lauea. Miss E. K. Charman is recover
ing from a serious illness.
A. Andrade of Kalaheo has been
engaged by the Koloa Plantation
in the capacity of a cow-bov.
Wedding bells are ringing in
this burg, no less than four couples
having braved thesea of matrimony
during the past week. .-
Miss Alice Charman who is at
tending school in Honolulu is ex
pected home next week.
A bunch of new Spanish
imigrants arrived from Honolulu
last week and have taken up their
abode i u Wahiawa, where they
have become laborers for the Mc
Head Luna Moller is doing jury
duty in Honolulu.
Antone Souza, formerly manager
of the Kukuila store, has accepted
a like position with J. I. Silva. He
will be succeeded bv Joe Sousa of
Hon. J.I. Silva of Eleele has
been transacting business in Koloa
for the last few days, in connec
tion, with his Koloa store.
The new mill for Koloa will
soon be finished.
Mrs. Henry Blake will leave for
Honolulu on the 28th, where she
goes to be in attendance at the
Mr. Kapahee has gone to Hono
lulu from whence he will make a
trip to Hawaii, returning in time
to take in the convention in Hono
Dick Oliver and Miss Kriedler
of Waiinea, were in Lihue Sunday
on their way home from a visit to
the Haualei side.
The Fernandes brothers are
home rrom St. Louis College, hav
ing arrived by the last Kinau.
The Kapaia saloon has been
closed and will remain so untill
reopened by Fernandes and Souza
whose application for a license
will be considered by the Liquor
Commissioners July 10.
The schools of Kauai will close
on Friday next for the summer
Overseer Bechert of the Lihue
Plantation will leave for the coas
oon to be gone for about two
months. He will visit his son in
The best flour known, in every
ho me Sperry flour, tf,
Eleele News In A Nutshell
Mr. B. Moler left for Honolulu
Mr. C. H. Loveland went to Ho
nolulu last Friday where he hits
accepted a position with the YVaia
hole Water Co.
Mr. Horry Eby of Fresno, Cali
fornia, has accepted a position with
the McBryde Plantation.
Mr. and Mrs, Joe Bole of Eleele
left for Honolulu 011 Friday but
except to return on Wednesday's
Kinau. They anticipate leaving
July 12, for a tour of the world.
Miss Esther lug, one of Eleele's
popular young teachers, will leave
for her home in Honolulu next
The Misses Grace and Francis
Filler are expected home from
school on Tuly 2.
The McBryde ball team will see
to it that the championship of the
second series comes home to roost.
J. I. Silva is completing a new
John Gonsalves. a former teacher
in the Hanapepe school but now of
Hanamaulu, was 111 Hanapepe last
The McBryde team has asked
your correspondent to express
through the colums of This Gar
den Island, the annreciation of
I its members of the assistance ren
dered the boys by Manager Roen-
chihl of the McBryde store, and
Hon. J. I. Silya of the Eleele store.
Uotli ot these gentleman have done
much towards advancing the in
terest of their home team, who
take this means of expressing their
Desnite the results of exnocted
sugar tariff, Eleele goes right ahead
ana looks just as prosperous today
as she ever looked. Its stnnv; nn
neat and orderly and well stocked
wit n tresli goods, displaying a
tone o f prosperity seldom seen
Eleele school closes next Friday
when several hundred children will
have been set free to go their way
until September. Many of them
will earn money during vacation
by working in cane fields, while
again others will go into stores
a n d various other occupations
which ofter ample returns for their
labor. This will not onlv mvp the
(boys additional pocket money, but
will act as on incentive to be busy
1 rather than idling the time away.
The ladies of Kauai will find up-to-date
MILTON & PARSONS
Fort St., Honolulu
Mail ordure promptly attended to.
In This Circuit Court Op Tint
.En nt Judicial Circuit, Terri
tory Oi' Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
the Instate of L. K. Kahahutnui.
late of Koloa, Katiai, deceased.
NOTICE To CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given that
Letters of Administration have
been issued to Andrew K. Leoiki,
as Administrator of the Kstate of
J L. K. Kahalau uui, late of Waiinea,
All creditors of the said estate
are hereby notified to present their
claims against the said estate, duly
authenticated, and with proper
vouchers, if anv exist, even though
the said claims be secured by
mortgage upon real estate, to said
Andrew K . Leoiki, a t Eleele,
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, with
in six (fO months from the date
hereof (which is the date of the
first publication of this notice);
otherwise such claims, if any, will
be forever barred.
And all persons indebted to the
said estate are hereby notified to
make immediate payment to the
undersigned as such Administrator
Dated at Lihue, May 27, 1913
Andrew K. Leoiki,
Administrator of the Kstate of
L. K. Kahalau nui, Deceased,
A. G. Kaum kou,
Attorney for said Administrator.
May 27. June 3, 10, 16. 24.
RULE AND REGULATION
OF THE BOARD OF COM MIS
SIONERS OF AGRICULTURE
AND FORESTRY CONCERN
ING THE CONTROL OF FUN
GUS DISEASES ON PINE
The Board of Commissioners of
Agriculture and Forestry of the
Territory of Hawaii hereby makes
the following rule and regulation
for the purpose of preventing the
spread of a fungus disease upon
pineapples which has made i t s
appearance upon the Island of Ka
uai: Section 1. All persons and cor
porations are hereby prohibited
from carrying, transporting or
shipping from the Island of Kauai
to any other Island in this Terri
tory any pineapple fruit, pineapple
plant or pineapple sucker.
Section 2. No pineapple fruit,
pineapple plant or pineapple sucker
shipped from any port of the Is
land of Kauai to any other port in
this Territory shall be allowded to
be landed. Inspectors and other
duly appointed agents of the Board
of Agriculture and Forestry are
hereby empowdered to examine
and inspect all freight, baggage
and belongings arriving a t anv
port of the Territory from the Is
land of Kauai and to destroy any
and all pineapple fruits, plants or
suckers found among such freight,
baggage or belongings.
Section 3. Any persons violating
the above rule shall be guilty of a
misdemeanor and upon conviction
thereof shall be punished by a fine
not to exceed five hundred ($500)
dollars, as provided b y Section
390 of the Revised Laws as amend
ed by Act 82 of the Session Laws
of 1905, and Act 112 of the Session
Laws of 1907.
Section 4. This Rule shall take
effect upon its approval by the
(Signed) W. F. Freak,
Governor of TIawaii.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
May 24. 1913.
NOTICE TO SUBSCRIBERS
Iiiiaccordance w i t h the
postal laws governing second
class mail matter i. e., "not
more than three copies of any
newspaper can be mailed to
any unpaid subscriber etc.,
we beg to inform subscribers
to Tim Garden Island that
ten days after the receipt of
a bill for their subscription, if
the amount is not paid, the
paper will be discontinued
without further notice.
Cor. Kort A Bit. Sts., Ilonnlulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single or in
OPEN DAY nnd NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
Sealed proposals will be received
at. the office of H. D. Wish.-ud,
Chairman, Kauai Loan Fund Com
mission, Lihue, Kauai, until 12
o'clock noon July 2nd, 1913, and
then opened , for the construction of a
two story reinforced concrete build
ing for the County of Kauai. Plans
and specifications and form of
proposal may b c obtained from
Riplev & Davis, Architects, Hono
lulu. A deposit ot Ten Dollars
will be requiied for each set of
plan; and specifications, and a
certified check equal to five per
cent of the amount of the bid must
accompany the same.
In The Circuit Court Op Tim
Fii'Tii Circuit, Territory Ok
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
William Hastie Deceased.
Order for Notice of Hearing
Petition for Probate of Will.
A Document purporting to be
the Last Will and Testament of
William Haste deceased, having
on the 9th day of June A. I). 1913
been presented to said Probate
Court, and a Petition for the Pro
bate thereof, and for the Issuance
ot Letters Testamentary to II. H..
Brodie having been filed by J. M.
It is heieby ordered, that Satur
day, the 2th day of July A. r.
1913 at 9:00 A. m., of said" day, at
the Court Room of said Count, at
Lih e, Katiai, be and the same
hereby is appointed the time and
place for proving said Will and
hearing said application.
Dated at Lihue Kauai June 10th
By the Courl.
D. Wm. Dean,
Tune 10-17-24 and July 1st.
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Kawaihau Auto Co
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self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
Lihue Union Church. Foreign--
Rev. J. M. Lydgate. pastor.
Church Service II a. m. Except
.the last Sunday of the month.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
! Lihue First Church, Hawaiian
! Rev. Wm. Kamau, pastor.
I Church Service 11 a. m. Sunday
1 School 10 a. m
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Wholesale and Retail Groceries t
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Lihue Poultry Farm
P. O. Box 106. Lihue. Kauai.
Everything in tub 1
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Rich Cut Glass and
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