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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1613
License Required for Coir
lection of Income From For
All persons, firms or corporation?
undertaking for accomodation or
profit (this includes handling ci
ther bv way of purchase or collec
tion) the collection of coupons,
checks, bills of exchange, etc., for
or in payment of interest upon
bonds issused in foreign countries
and upon foreign mortgages or
like obligations and for many divi
dends upon stock or interest upon
obligations of foreign corporations
associations, or insurance compa
nies engaged in business In fo
reign countries, are required In
law to obtain a license from the
Commissioner of Internal Revenue
and may be required to give bond
in such amount and under such
conditions as the Commissioner of
Internal Revenue mav prescribe.
PUNALTY FoK COMMISSION To
Failure to obtain license or to
comply with regulations is puni
shable by a fine not exceeding S5000
or imprisonment not exceeding one
year or both in the discretion of
the court. Such licenses shall con
tinue in force until revoked.
Application for such licenses
should be made to the collections
of internal revenue for the district
in which they are engaged in busi
ness, and may be issued without
cost to such persons as the com
missioner may aporove, upon their
tiling with the collector the bond
herein provided for.
All persons making application
to the collector of internal revenue
for such licenses shall register their
names and addresses and state the
nature of business in which thev
are engaged. Such application for
the license, accompanied bv a pro
per surety bond, when both have
been approved by, the collector,
will be considered a sufficient com
pliance with the law to enable the
persons making application to do
business until February 1, 1914,
without incurring the penalties
orovided jv law for failure to pro
cure the reqvired license.
There are whispered assurances
in confidence on the part of those
who know,' that the candy booth
will be "just too sweet for any
thing." An orginal and novel
scheme of decoration will make it
a veritable corner of Fairy land,
within which will provide and dis
pense the fairest of Kauai maidens,
than whom none can surely be
more attractive. We bespeak for
them a very prompt "sell out."
Registration of Automobile:
Continued from page 4
202 Allen Wilcox Kealia ;
203 Ah Hov Hhnalei !
204 C. Achong Ai I,ihue
205 M. J. Fassoth Makaweli
206 Dr. Carl Keller " j
207 W. A. Fernandez Lihue
208 I.ihue Ice Co. " j
209 W. H. Grote " !
210 Jose Gomes Ilanapepc ,
211 E. Huddy Makaweli
212 Ida F. l'Orangc Waimea
213 M. G.-Silva Homestead
214 Mihashiro Eleele
215 G II. Bertram Waimea !
216 E. H. Broadbent Lihue I
217 G. F. Rankin Makweli
218 Y. Shida " j
219 E. O. Thurtell Lihue I
220 Dr. K. Yanagiha- '
221 R. L. Hughes Eleele !
222 Kapaa Wine Co. Kcalia !
223 Kauai Trading Co. Koloa
224 Kauai Telephonic
225 M. J. Carvalho Makaweli
226 R. Pak Yet Hanalei
227 H. S. Padgett Makaweli
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Lihue Poultry Farm
P. O. Box 106.
210.211 Botton Blit.
11 the Family often" "
Gee, that was Fine!
-Just had a glass of PRIMO PALE
'nd in 'bout four shakes I'm goin' t' have
'nother one! I tell you that
Thejteer That's JEkewed
is THERE, Friend-it's THERE!"
If you wish to travel in com
fort and safety
Tel. 225 L.
KAPA1A AUTO CO.
Reasonable Rates and Care
The Commercial Man's
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and!
Merchandise ok the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
DICK OLIVER, Manager
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Dealers in fj
Hay, Grain and Chicken 0
Sole Agents for
International Mock, Poultry Food 3
nnl other specialties. Arabic for fl
cooling Iron Uoofa. Petaluinii In- J
culmtor.s and Brooders. a
King's Special Chick Food
P.O. Box 452, Honolulu
MENDES & SOUZA
Day and Night
Tel. 600 Lihue
With international' play for the'
Davis tennis cup assured for this'
coiftury in 1914. there is alreadv
consiairable rivalry, between
Boston, New York. Philadelphia'
and Chicago for the matches next
season, and a keen contest is ex-'
pected when the matter comes be-'
fore the National Lawn Tennis I
Association in February. j
How about those Xmas Cards
you are going to have printed?
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Early so you can post them on time.
The cards this year are more beautiful than ever be
foreand are cheaper, grade for grade, than last year.
5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, each, and up.
For wrapping vour Christinas bundles vou will need
Tinsel cord and Christmas Seals. The Seals come in
We also have some very pretty Christmas boxes for
mailing small gifts and some neat and Christmassy
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Cor. Fort it I!or. Sts., Honolulu
Rooms by. the day, week
or month single or in
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
NOW READ THE ADS
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
N AWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
ail hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai
hJOJF Jsi yemJLio plop
Oils and Greases
and it's just as easy to say UNION
Kerosene, UNlON Gasoline, and
UNION Distillate as to say only the
Fuel name and the result to your
engine (and to your pocket book) is
And now it's near enough to
Christmas time to begin buy
ing the presents which will
make glad the hearts of those
dear to you. Can you concieve
of a better present practi
cal, educational, long lasting
than a Kodak?
There's a grand lot to choose
from, according to your purse----Kodak
from $6 to S85;
Brownies, for the dinger ones.
$1 to $12; and if your relative
or friend alreadv has a camera,
the present of a Kodak Film
TankC$2.50 and up) or a Brow:
nie Enlarging Camera ($2 up)
or a Portrait Attachment($.50)
will be greatly appreciated.
Tripods ($1.50 up) are vei
useful; a Ruby Ianip ($.25 up)
deserves consideration: a pres
ent of a half-dozen rolls of
Film would make the recipient
ha,py: a package of Vclox Post
cards 'S.20 the do?..) or some
Volox Paper might help solve
Enlarged pictures of local
interest make splendid pres
ents; they cost from $.3" to
S3 each. And remember we have
beautiful Art Prints from $.30
to $20 each and Photo Albums
from 10 cents to S10.
P. O. Box 769
K i ;
j j When you think of
I Wall Paper
j LEWERS & COOKE, LTD
(Samples on request.)
Max well KikuMit in
flirt-rluss (onilitimi. Kn-
One new piano in ex
cellent rnnililimi I'nr
miiv at tl in ofUce.
partieiiluiH will up V.