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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 3, 1614
Japanese Win Championship
The baseball season at Koloa
wound up in great style last Sun
day, when, after a hard struggle,
the J. A. C's got one man more
over the plate than did their oppo
nents, the P. A. C. team. The big
gest crowd of the season turned
out, and both sides had lusty root
ers in plenty. Some of the specta
tors came from considerable distan
ces to witness the contest. The
score was seven to six in favor of
The Portuguese lost out on er
rors, they making nine, while the
Japanese were charged with onlv
two. The hits were: Portuguese 9;
The trophy for which the teams
had been playing is a silver cup
put up by Manager Donald, ot the
Kauai Trading Company . When the
second series was finished it was
found that the Japanese and Portu
guese had tied for first place. A
play-off series of three games be
came necessary, and it resulted as
above stated. Considerable interest
was taken all around Koloa in the
contest for supremacy, large
crowds turning out to witness eve
ry game the banner audience being
present, however, at the finish on
er of "Royal
Their highly developed
tailoring, their wonder
ful fitting power, and
the "air of class" which
these clothes possess
force their individuality
LET US TAKE YOUR
White Wings Soap
Paii Ka Hana Soap ;
Japan Seed Rice
High Flight Flour
White River Flour
nfi & &
F. L. Waldron, Ltd. j
Make the New Year
j All It Should Be
China, Glass, Silver and
Kitchen Wares, Art 1
Goods and Lamps I
r "Ti. i
W ! J H " 1ft 111 til ' "'
.'Mi Kiiic St. Hum. lulu
Bftfik ' I SFJ8to order.
IWKSV "I 1 vanl !! Vnovn thai the . door, ol Mr s!"OP
fimSmfflM&Sik 'm$ TJWM epen to tha public - and vbilm J urn not
Wlllr,!lpt;'l ln bulk !,ocV' Vc cul n0 fi-irmrnls In "LOTS 8
The book of Spring Styles has arrived. Some
of the nattiest ideas in men's clothes ever seen
on Kauai. .
Representatives of "The Royal Tailors. "
Nominations to Convention
(Continued from page 1)
there were powerful elements in
the opposition. A smooth time of
it was not to be expected by any
means. Mr. Rice continued to say
that he was putting in a minori
ty report to certain features of the
Discussion was quite general,
but not so conclusive as to give
the proposed delegates very defi
nite ideas as to what the precinct
really thought on the more im
portant paints. The whole matter
will probably be left to the good
judgement of the delegates them
Mr. Rice made one point that
met with general approval, and
that was that it is Kauai's turn to
name the chairman of the conven
tion at Honolulu, Mr. Ilolstein,
of Hawaii, being the last chairman
and Kauai being next in line.
The attendance at the meeting
was unexpectedly large, and in
cluded an unusual number of pro
minent Portuguese citizens. The
native Ilawaiians were also well
represented. ' ,
Many of the more isolated pre
cincts had not been heard from up
to press hour, and it was impos
sible for The Gaudkn Island to
obtain the names of nominees in
them. From the following, how
ever, returns were made, and, in
asmuch as only the required num
ber were nominated, the gentle
men named may be regarded as
Hanalci Wm. Werner and S.
W . Kauanoe.
Kawaihau J. M. Kaneakua.
Koloa D. K. Kapahee.
Waimea W. O Crowell.
Kekaha G. Hansen.
D. W. Dean, clerk of the Circuit
Court, has had quite a severe at
tack of facial neugalgia the past
Harry W. Flint, keeper of the
Kilauea lighthouse, It. ft for Hono
lulu Saturday on a vacation of two
or three weeks.
Willie Fernandez had a packed
house for his moving picture show
in Inline town hall Saturday even
ing. 1 he program was a good one
and afforded much pleasute to all
Jovial Ben Vickers, repusenting
Theo. H . Davie & Co., departed
for home on Saturday after a tour
of about ten davs on Kauai.
H. Rohrig, G. P. Wilcox a-id
J. II. Conev went to Koloa, Kleele
etc., yesterday in quest of funds
for the expenses of the Kauai float
and princess in the Floral Parade.
Arriving And Departing
The following passengers arrived !
in the Kinau Wednesday from
K. Kopke, Mrs. A. M. Pieper
and three children, L. Aaron, F.
N. Payne, Miss Kster Kawie, Miss
Cecilia Malino, G. P. Wilcox, C.
A. Rice, R. W. Shingle, Mrs. L,.
L. Sexton, Mrs. William Werner,
J. H. Coney, Miss E. Hobron,
Miss H. Holstein, Miss A. Reis,
Mrs. Pauahi, C. Diamond, J. Kala
ni. A. Lincoln, W. Kamekoa, E. R.
Fernandez. Dr. A. J. Derby, R.
Odo, Miss. Y. Fukushima, C. W.
Spitz, Mrs. H. Bowers, Miss M.
Charman, Mrs. Fred. Noah, K.
Kinenogu and wife, MissC. Kapule
Geo. Otaui, J. Teirell, and 51 deck.
The following arrived at Nawi
liwili and Koloa by the W. G. Hall
P. S. Coke. Francis M. Hatch,
II. M. Coke, A. Hanueberg, Win.
Kllis, Jr. Frank Crawford, Harbey
Smith, James Murray, J. Teraoka
and 15 deck. t
The following sailed by the Ki
nau Saturday afternoon for Hono
lulu: R. W. Shingle, Mr. and Mrs.
Philip Rice. Miss McClellan, L.
Aaron, F. N. Payne, Misses Kauwe
(2), Mrs. Y. Oyama. P. S Coke,
C. V. Osborn, Y. Kav, S. Kasa,
S. Mitsui, F. M. Hatch. Philip
Pilama, W. D. McBrvde, Mr. Hala
Harry W. Flint, P. Neilsen, Low
Tom, J. Murray, Geo. Houch and
F. B. Bridgewater.
Alaskan Calls In
The big freighter Alaskan, Cap
tain Ilillman, arrived at Port Allen
early Saturday morning from Ho
nolulu, biinging one day's mail
for this and the Waimea sections
of the island. Her inward cargo
consisted of 50 tons of general
freight; and she took away 1,000
cases of pineapples and 1,500 tons
of sugar. She sailed again at 11:30
Sunday morning for Kahului.
Lake View Earnings
The following statement, which
should be of interest to nunieious
holders of the stock on the island
of Kauai, was issued at Los Angeles
on January 12 concerning Lake
View No. 2 Oil Company:
"December net production from well
No. 2 of the Lake View No." Oil Company,
:',uo i'ect distant, was Stl.'.Kt'.j barrel..''
At tho production mentioned the well
in action yielded oil to the spot sale
value of 5l I, Klli. Vi for tho month, of
which tfiL'O'.l.'U goim liit the Lake View
treasury. I his would amount to more
than $.s", 000 annual revenue if the flow
iiitiniied at the same rale.
In The District Court Ov
Hanalei. Island and County
Oi' Kauai Territory oi? Hawaii.
In Tun Circuit Court Ov
Fifth Circuit Tkkritory
In Probate At Chambers, No.
In the matter of the l-Mate of K. 1,.
Kahalaunui, of Waimea, Kauai, d e -ceai-ed.
Oudki! Or Notict. Or I'lnrnox Fcit
Ai.i.ow axci: Or Accounts, 1)hti:u.mi.-u
Tiusr And Dimiuihtixo Tin: Ksrvn:.
On reading and tiling the petition and
accounts of Andrew K. Leoiki, of Wai
mea, Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, Ad
ministrator of the Kstate of K. I,. Kaha
launui, of Waimea, Kauai, deceased,
wherein petitioner a.lc- to he allowed
jSi.lfi and charged with sjtfliS.OS, and
a-ks that the same he examined and ap
proved, and that a final order he made
of Distribution of the remaining property
to the per.-ons. thereto entitled and dis
charging petitioner and sureties from all
further responsibility herein.
It is ordered', that Saturday, the 2Sth
day of February a. i. 101-1, at 10 o'clock
a. m. bel'.ire the Judge presiding a t
Chamber.- of aid court at his court room
in l.ihue, Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
lie and the slime hereby is appointed the
time and place for hearing said petition
and accounts, and that all persons in
terested may then and there appear and
I snow citiise, 11 any they have, why the
same should not he granted, and may
present evidence as to who areentitled to
the said property.
Dated the 17th day of January 1011.
(Seal) (Sgd.) Lvi.i: A. DifKi-.v,
.Midge of the Circuit Court of tho Fiftlt
(Sgd.) 1). AV.m. Dkax,
Clerk ot the Circuit Court of tho Fifth
A. (!. Kaulukou Attorney for putitionur
Jan. L'0-27- and Feb. :!-10.
Kauai County Tax Rate
To owners of Real and Peisonal
Property, liable to taxation 111 the
Fourth Taxation Division, Coun
ty of Kauai:
The Tax Rate for the year 1914
made up, as required by Section
1212 of Act 145, Session I,aws of
1911, to wit:
1st. For Current Expenses of
2nd. For Permanent Improve
ments. 3rd. For Schools.
4th. For Interest & Sinking fund
on Bonds allotted to County.
5th. For Assessing & Collecting
is herewith announced as .0126
SI. 26 per hundred; S12.60 pe
1. K. Farley,
Assessor Fourth Division
Koloa, Kauai, January 28, 1914
t Willie Ftynandez' program at
"Hale Hooni" this evening will
include the great dramatic film
"Romeo & Juliet", and tomorrow
evening "Saiah Bernhardt" will
1 be the leading feature.
In Tiii? Ciucuit Count Of Tiui
Fifth Circuit, Teuiutoky Of
In Probate at Chambers, No.
In the Matter of the Iistate
John K. Gandall, deceased.
Order Oi' Notice Of Petition
For Allowance Of Accounts,
Detkuming Trust And Distri-
HUTINO TlIH KsTATE.
On reading and filing the peti
tion and accounts of May Gandall,
hxceutrix of the Will of John K.
Gandall, deceased, wherein peti
tioner asks to be allowed $14 ,775.01
and charged with $13,841.78, and'
asks that the time be examined
and approved, and that a final or
der be made of distribution of the
remaining property to the persons
thereto entitled and discharging
petitioner and sureties from all
further responsibility herein:
It is ordered, that Wednesday,
the 25th clay of February A. r.
1914, at 10 o'clock a, m. before
the Judge presiding at Chambers
of said court at his court room in
Lihue, Countv of Kauai, be and
the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for hearing said
petition and accounts, and that all
persons interested may then and
there appear and show cause, if
any thev have, why the same
should not lie granted, and may
present evidence as to who are en
titled to the said property.
Dated the 14th day of Januarv
(Sgd.) Iyvi.n A. Dickuy,
Judge of the circuit court of the
(Senl) (Sgd.) D, Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the circuit court of the
Frear, Prosser. Anderson and
Marx, Attorneys for Kxecutrix.
Jan. 20-27 Feb 3-10.
In Tun Circuit Court Ok Tun
Fii'Tii Circuit Territory Of
In Tun Matter Of The Draw
ing Of Names Of Persons To
Simvn As Grand Jurors And
Trial Jurors At Tun March
Order Fixing Time And Place
Of Drawings And Directing
Purification of Notice Thereof
It is hereby ordered that draw
ings of the names of the persons to
serve as GRAND and TRIAL
JURORS at the March Term, 1914
ot this Court oe held at 9:00
o'clock A. m on Tuesday, clj
ruary 10th, 1914, ' u 'the Court t
Room of this Court 111 the Court
house at Lihue, County of Kauai
and that notice thereof be given
by at least one week's publication
01 uie nine ana piace ot tne same
in run Garden Island a news-,
paper of general circulation, print
ed and published at Lihue 111 thi
Dated, Lihue, Kauai, JanuaH
(Sgd.) Lyli; A. Dickey,
Judge Circuit Court of the FiftjPrices Reasonable and Satisfaction
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean.
Clerk Circuit Court of the FiftJ
Ian. 27th and Feb. 3rd. 191j
lVl is tiVest vuling
port niRL. Gomes' s4JiCad
dilac a l)mi;'rs 7 and 5 Kitr
wilUnefc t there with
chauffeirs Vcarrv you
points f iuUst o-i Kauai
up 83 '.V,
MENDES & toZA
Day and Night
Tel. 600 Lihue
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
j CALIFORNIA FEED CO. t
I l.IMITF.D. 8
I Hay, Grain and Chicken
u Sole Agents for
J IiiternatioiialStock. Poultry l'lii .ft
B and other specialties. Arabic toTT'lf
8 cooling Iron Hoofs, l'etaliimii In- K
H cubiitnrs and Hrooders. J
King's Special Chick.Food
P. O. Pox 452, Honolulu
perpare plans and snecifio;i-
tis for buildings of every descrip-
111 superintend constrnc-
n work anywheie in the Islands.
DRT STRKKT HONDT.iTAfiJ
We make a specialty
of developing and
Kodak films. AH
io.2it Bo,ion mat.
Real Eslate and Insurant
1H MKRCHANT S'f
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