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THE GARDEN ISLAND..
1c. a word, per insert. No ad. taken for less than 25c.
See linns Itciuhi'lt, Liliue.
A round-trm ticket tolnnn QAII7 or rent Slightly urod
i uii unuu in :i
the Kilauea volcano. !
A complete vulcanizing
been seen at thellonoluluScranlronCo.
plant. Hot up, new and
n running order, for sale elieap. Unn
pianos almost good as i
Honolulu Music Co. tf.
TAD CATC One hundred head of i
1 HIV OrtLL s,tock cattle. Sec M. .
Sauza, Moloaa', Kauai, Postolllee Kea-i
Sperry Hour Best on the coast
is the housewife's boast. tf.
Sperry products for the house
wife, the trade, the best that's
All the excursion and sight-seeing laun
ches at the great 1915 San Francisco Fair
will be equipped with "STANDARD"
Marine Gas Engines.
Because the "STANDARD" Gas
Engines are Efficient Engines, that's why.
In this Territory,
"Standard" Gas Engines
Marine and Stationary
are sold exclusively by the.
1 HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Our New Department
' For detailed information: write
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
TO POLICY HOLDERS OF THE
Prudential Life Ins. Co.
The fundamental principle of life insurance
is PROTECTION. We furnish it at the
lowest rates. Over two billion, two hundred
million insurance now in force.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 934 Fort St.
The Popular Store
We have a new Delivery Wagon
This store has engaged the rvseacs of a new deliveryman to
take goods to our customers on the other islands. His name is
Uncle Sam. lie is the world's leading expert in his line. He
gets there with the goods, fie is careful and honest. He began
work with us on February 1st. In other words, since the first
of that month we have availed ourselves of our privileges under
parcels post and send you goods from our store BY MAIL.
Send your orders for all classes of drygoods anything that
doesn't exceed eleven pounds in weight we will send to you by
fn-e delivery. The semce wont cost you a cent.
WE PAY THE POSTAGE
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 556 HONOLULU
There are 10,000 dealers in the Roynl Tailors
family and they are a mighty happy family..
This month the Royal Tailors are giving these
10,000 dealers a JUBILKK a celebration a cele
bration to commemorate the greatest Spring tailor
ing business in all Royal history.
This celebration consists of a big bone-deep
cut in the price of eight of the choicest fabrics in
the Royol Spring and Summer line.
Eight Choice Suitings Cut
'Way, 'Way Below
The Royal Tailors are kttn.g the public share
in their dealers' good time by letting them enjoy
EIGHT of the Greatest Bargains ever offered by a
Come in and look at these EIGHT SUITINGS
that have been reduced in price. You'll be sur
prised at the bed rock prices. Some of them re
tailing as low as $15.00. Think of rt a genuine
drafted-to-your-figure, built-to-your-order, Royal
Tailored Suit at $15.00.
And remember: All pure wool absolutely .
and guaranteed to please or no sale.
Authorized Royal Dealers
FACTS FOR TOURISTS
In The District Court Of
Hanalei Island and County
of Kauai Territory of Hawaii.
J. K. Farley, Assessor of Taxes,
Fourth Division, Territory, of Ha
waii, Plaintiff, vs Charley K .
Kahee, of Honolulu, Oahu, a non
The Territory of Hawaii
To the high Sheriff of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, or his Deputy;
to the Sheriff ot the County of
Kauai, or his Deputy or a n y
Polke Ojficer in the District of
Hanalei, County of Kauai. Greeting:
You are hereby commanded t o
summon Cnarley K. Kanee. o t
Honolulu, Oahu, a noii'resident,
if he can be found in this District.
to appear before me, of my Court
room in Hanalei upon the 16th and
22nd day of July 1913, at 3 o'clock
i m. tliere to answer unto J. K.
Farley, Assessor of Taxes in and
for the Fourth Taxation Division
of the Territory of. Hawaii, in
plea wherein the plaintiff declares
That the plaintiff above named
is the duly qualified, sworn and
Acting Assesssor of Taxes in and
p . i - t? 1.1 . m . ! t ! I
iur uie I'uuiui i iixiiuuii
The opening games of the se
cond series o f Kauai's baseball
league were pulled off last Sunday
in the presence of immense crowds
o f spectators. T h e K. A. C'3
whitewashed the Kilaueris on the
latter's ground to the tune of 4 to
0, the-Koloa's defeated Lihue on
her own grounds in an eleven in
ing game with a .score of 6 to 5,
while McBryde did the Makaweli 's
up with a score of 9 to 6.
The game at Kilauea is said to
have been a fine exhibition of ball,
no scores being made after the. first
inning. At Lihue the batting re-1
cord of the season was broken
when C. Kuhlman sent a ball
straight ahead into the cane field,
giving him a home run. Hqhan
also made a honrer. Much excite
ment prevailed throughout the
game especially when the ties came
in the 9th and 10. The loss of Li
hue's game is said to have been
due to Akoni who played like a
blind man. However the fault did1
not rest entirely with Akoni, for it
would have taken a whole band
wagon to have contained the errors
made on both sides. It is not well
to goad an umpire, nor to offer any
reflection on his decisions, but Aki
seems to unconsciously err in his
judgment., For instancehe yas
engaged in arranging his regulator
when a ball was put in. It. was a
straight drive directly ovef the
batter's head, yet Mr. Aki without
raising his eyes from the scorer,
waved his left hand and called a
strike. Another decision which
appeared questionable was at third
base. Still another one was the
last out at first. Aki was strongly
condemned during the first series
on account of bad decisions not
unfair decisions at all but bad de
cisions, and now that the same
feeling still exists, there should Me
something done towards securing
an umpire who can- give better
satisfaction. The appointment rif
an umpire is by no moans binding'.
There will be no league games on
Percentage of Teams
K. A. C
Fats vs. Slats
The annual game of baseball be
rween the Fats and Slats, will be
pulled off on the Makaweli ground
at one o'clock nextSulIday.
ITT A rH?A
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goocls
Telephone Nov-102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
Some Descriptive Pointers
Waimea The Canyon, won
derful scenic masterpiece, easily
accessible on horseback.
The Olokele Ditch, great en
gineering feat amid cliffs and crags
of exquisite beauty, accessible by
carriage. 1 he Russian Fort, on
the bluff overlooking 'the harbor,
an interesting relic. The Hana
pepe Halls, "Manawaiopuna," at
the head of the Hanapepe canyon-
carriages go half-way, thence by
easy trail on horseback. The
Barking Sands at Nohili, an in
teresting freak of nature, excellent
roads for carriage.
The Marine Drive, Boating on
the Wailua river.
The Pole-line Trail, most in
teresting ride or tramp into the
Phone 178 Nawiliwili ' Phone 178
(Chiba's old Stand)
against him, ex parte by default.
Given under my hand this 13
day of June 1913.
(Signed) War. Huddy,
District Magistrate of Hanalei,
Division -"iy iauai, lerritory ot
of the Territory of Hawaii.
For a cause of action: he alleires, I hereby certify the foregoing to
that said defendant is indebted to a true and attested copy of the
the Territory of Hawaii in the I Original Summons in said cause,
sum of $12.15 for taxes assessed I nnd that sa:u Court ordered publfc
upon the property of said defendant cation of the same, and continued
on the books of the Assessor ofls:d cause until the 22 dav of
Taxes for the District of Hanalei, i July
Now Read the Ads.
The flour of the west is Sperry
Fourth laxatiou Division, lerri
tory of Hawaii, for the years
1909. 1910, 1911. and 1912.
And the said defendant, though
thereunto requested, has thus far
failed and neoleetod and still doth
neglect and refuse to pay t h e
same, or any part thereof.
Wherefore, plaintiff asks for
judgment against said defendant
for said sums, amounting to $12.15
together with ten (10) per cent,
penalty l n addition thereto, and
interested thereon and advertising
costs, as by law provided and for
costs herein incurred.
Notify the s.iid Defendant that
upon uetauit to nttenu at t li c
place, day and hour above men
tioned, Judgment will be rendered
June 2-1 July 1
11 T ' 1 , r
ivcKui.u iiiiiu leaves iinue on
Tuesday and Saturday at 5 p. m
Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu ednesday and Friday morn
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought by
steamers maing extra trips be-
ween regular mail days. On days
wueji tne coast mail is due, the
mail boat due on Friday, will lay
over and come in on Saturday
-ornlng instead .
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
Will meet all steamers Commercial Rates. Careful Drivers
Fresh Haas' Candy
By Parcels Post
Half pound boxes delivered to any pos office on Kauai $ .40
One " " " " " " " " " $ -75
TW0 " " " $1.35
This candy is taken from cold storara just before the
mail closus, niul conies to you in first class condition.
BENSON, SMITH & CO.
Box 420 Sole Ac'nti Honolulu
Honolulu Music Company:
Home of heutoflanyffl
Dan Conway, one of the widest
known drummers in the Territory,
is on Kauai with a line of samples
which are hard to beat. Dan has
launched out into business for him
self and is doing an increasing
W. T. Frost one of our popular
young drummers returned to Ho
Joshua Tucker, the Land man
arrived last Friday morning as an
aid to those about to lay claim to
the Kalaheo and Kapaa Homestead