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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1914
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everybody. Sold by the ftore that sells
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! Waima Stables
Up-to-date Livery, Dra;: and Boarding Stable a d Auto
Livery Business. j
BETWEEN IUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Mcy, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every ay, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT TIIKIR IrINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WR Manager.
Telephone 4 W timea P. O. Box 48
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James Morse, foreman for the
Harbor Commission, who lett Na
wiliwili ten days ago tor Honolulu,
after completing the wharf shed at
Hanalei, has made recommenda
tions down there in regard to Na
wiliwili wharf that are of interest.
He savs that the central portion of
Nawiliwili wharf is in very had
condition, both piling and flooring
being about past usefulness. Thede
fective area is supported by 21
piles, and the foreman declares
that any effort at repairs would be
a waste of money. He recommends
that concrete pillars be placed
alongside the old piles and sur
mounted bv new capping. The
work, he says, will cost between
S3, 000 and S4.000, according to
weather and shipping conditions
Morse thinks the new Hanalei
wharf shed is all right, but the
Captiin of the steamer Noeau has
taken issue with him. The ship
master says that the Kilauea side
of the wharf is exposed too much
to the wind, as well as the effect
of currents from the Hanalei river,
which would tend to drive small
boats against the wharf. The Board
o f Harbor Commissioners have
also taken the statements of the
Captain under consideration.
Had Rough Trip
fudge C. S. Dole returned late
Tuesday night from Hanalei, both
he and his machine pretty badly
bedraggled as a result of the mis
erable weather and roads but just
in time for the jurist to join in the
final "Hoch" to the Kaiser at the
Kegel Club. On the way back,
Judge Dole had to put ropes
around his wheels to keep them
from skidding, not having taken
chains with him. These ropes
wore out every few miles and had
to be replaced not adding any to
the spice of the outing. Next day
Mr. Dole's auto looked like it had
made a trip across the American
That Bowling Team
Kauai's bowling team will be
there with bells during the tourna
ment at Honolulu Carnival Week.
Mr. Wolters is working up the
team, and it is as good as, certain
that he will take over a bunch of
bowlers that will startle the natives
of the capital city. It is not yet
certain as to all of the men who
will go, but enough of the best
players are assured to make the
prospect look good. The Kauai
team will be pitted against the Y.
M. C. A. and the Maui bowlers.
Lydgate To Kilauea
Rev. J. M Lvdgate went over
to Kilauea Saturday week, preach
ed there on Sunday and, on ac
count of the rain, hurried home
again Tuesday night. He had a
very large number of Filipinos at
the Sunday service. On Monday
he visited the old heiau near Wai
niha, which was erected, there in
the olden, days to the God of
Music. Mr. Lydgaie's main busi
ness was to look into some matters
for the two land huis of Wainiha
PROGRAM IN FULL
Residents ol Kauai who intend
visiting Honolulu during the week
of the Mid-Pacific Carnival will
, doubtless be pleased to learn that
tney mav make the trip at a very
reasonable rate, as the Inter-Island
Steam and Navigation Company
has notified Director-general James
D. Doughertv that the fare from
anv point on the Garden Island to
I Honolulu and return during the
ten days' ftstival will be reduced.
After much consideration and
many changes, the complete pro
gram for the celebration has been
announced as follows:
Satuiday, Feb. 14.-1:30 p. m.,
inter-island baseball series at Ath
letic Park. Two games. 8:00 p. m.
urand carnival of all nations in the
Sunday, Feb. 15. 11:00 a.m.,
services in all churches. 1:30 p.
m.. inter-island baseball series at
Athlet;c Park, two games. 3.30 p.
m., baud concert at Waikiki.
Monday, Feb, 16. 10:00 a. m,.
band concert in the palace grounds.
4:00 p. m. inter-island baseball
scries at Athletic Park, two games
Tennis tournament. 8:00 p. m.
grand pyrotechnic display at Moi
Wednesday, Feb IS. 11:00 a.
m. to 4:00 p. m. Hawaiian hibis
cus, palm and fern exhibit at the
armory. 4:00 p. in., inter-island
baseball series at Athletic Park,
one game. Tennis tournament. 8:00
p. m., presentation of the comic
opera "The Mayor of Tokio" on
the Oahu College campus.
Thursday, Feb. 19.-10:00 a,
in. band concert in the palace
grounds. 4:00 p. m. inter-island
baseball series at Athletic Park,
one game. lennis tournament.
8:00 p m., grand water carnival
on the harbor, with fireworks display.
Friday, Feb. 20.-10:00 a. in..
band concert in the palace grounds.
3:30 p. in., Hawaiian snectacle
The Wooing of Umi and Piikea"
at Waikiki beach. 8:30 p. in.,
grand masked ball in the armory.
Saturday, freb. 21.-9:00 a. m.
Mid-Pacific swimming meet in the
harbor. Pacific Coast vs Hawaii.
2:00 p. m., Hawaii's ninth annual
Floral Parade. 3:30 p. m., inter
island baseball series at Athletic
Park, one game. 3:30 p. m , Japa
nese lantern parade.
Sunday, Feb. 22. 11:00 a. m.,
services in all the churches. 1:30 p.
m.. inter-island baseball stnes at
Athletic Park, two games. 3:30
p. m., band concert at Waikiki
Monday, Feb. 22, Military Day
10:00 a. m., Military parade. 1:00
p. m., military athletic tourna
ment, Kapiolani Park. 1:30 p. in.,
baseball. 3:00 p. m. military review
and maneuvers at kapiolani Park.
3:30 p. m., baseball. 8:30 p. m.,
military ball to the service of Ha
waii by the officers of the Carnival,
National Guard armory.
t i . . , . .i
Low Tom, chief of the many
managers of Tom Gunn. left by
the Kinau for Honolulu.
To Advertise Again
Hawaiian pineapple growers at
Honolulu have decided to spend
jiou.uuu lor advertising purpo.-.es
on the mainland, and hope in that
way to greatly increase the de mand
for the local product Some years
ago $75,000 were expended for
this purpose, and the result was to
boost the demand above the supply.
Now that the supply has again
gotten ahead of the demand, a new
campaign of the same sort is
thought to be in order.
DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR 1913.
FOURTH TAXATION DIVI
SION, ISLANDS O F KAUAI
A N D NIIHAU, TERRITORY
In accordance with Section 1268,
Revised Laws of Hawaii, as
amended by Skc. 1 of Act 89 S.
L. 1905, the following list of De
linquent Taxpayers is hereby pub
lished, comprising Taxes for the
year 1913 remaining unpaid on
December 31, 1913, including QlU
Penally, Advertising Costs, and
Interest at the rate of 10 per
Delinquent List for the yearl913.
K AWAIHAU DISTRICT.
Au Chong... --$12.60
Morgan K. J 30.65
Mundon Harriet Mrs 40.95
Castro H. M 6.90
Delinquent List for the year 1913.
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the best watch building in America.
F.very Hamilton Watch is guaran
teed in every part and particplar,
and is proven by the most scientific
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TiiNt kecn'r of
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Rooms by the day, week
or month single or in
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLA1SDELL,
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Has added a new six-seater
Studebaker to his garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
drivers, comfortable cars, and
always ready to start.
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
Mr. and Mrs. John Fassoth and
Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown, of
Waimea, were visitors in Lihue
Sunday, taking in the football
j HOTEL WAIMEA
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The Commercial Man's
J J M
DICK OLIVER, Manager
Smooth Cayenne Pineapple
plants, $6.25 per thousand, f. o. b
Steamer at Honolulu.
Thomas Pineapple Co., Ltd
Bruns M. A. Mrs.. 4.15
Gardner Julia Mrs ...4.15
Kapule M. Mrs ..2.35
Heirs of Lono.. 2.30
Morgan IS. J. 10.20
Papaia Henry .4.15
Titcomb K. Heirs of 4.70
TitconibC Mrs... . 1 1 85
Uyeno Store .22.95
( Laii. I ut Kulalau (irant 217LM
J " " 1'ilaa 1,. V. A. H.")L'(i $s.40
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" " Waiolt-Alalia 1, 1..C. A. Hi."). 64
I hereby certify that the fore
going is a correct list of the De
linquent Taxpayers of the Fourth
Taxation Division, Territory o f
Hawaii for the year 1913 to the
best of i ly knowledge and belief,
J. K. Farley,
Assessor Fourth Taxation Division
Koloa, Kauai, January 22nd. 1914.
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