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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 10, 1914
Stop at McBrydc Stoic and fill up.
Tank right by the roadside. No
trouble nt all, Week-Day, Night or
Cheapest Gasoline on Kauai.
j McBryde Store - - Eleele j
TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
Westinghouse Mazda Lamps
More light, better light, cheaper light for
everybody. Sold by the Store (.'.hat sells
electrical goods to give service.
Up-to-date .Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE .
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
.W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
While on the subject of
Home-Buying, why not
From the Kaupakalua Winety?
Its a'Delicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Trv it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuanu Street
THE LIHUE STORE
will represent us in the sale of
in LIIIUE, HANAMAULU and KOLOA
Hi Benson, Smith
Fort and Hotel Street.
READ THE GARDE
& CO., L
& Co., Ltd.
Beginning with February first,
the Mutual Telephone Company
inaugurated an important Change
in the matter of rates on outside
(by cable or transpacific wireless)
messages destined for points on
Kauai or the other islands.
Heretotore the minimum charge
for transmitting a cable or trans
pacific wireless message to Kauai
has been $1.50, whether the mes
sage were three words or ten. The
new rr.tc will be 15 cents a word
straight, so that a message of three
words will be only 45 cents, four
words () cents, and so on. Inas
much as messngf-s from the main
land or Europe to Kauai seldom
run over three or four words, it
is plain that the saving will be
considerable per message.
Of course the cable or wireless
rate from San Francisco must still
be figured in addition However,
these rates will quite likely be re
duced considerably when the Mar
coni rates are announced, which
should be in the course of a very
few davs. It is generally under
stood that the Marconi rates will
be les than the present schedule,
in which case, of course, the cable
company and the Federal wireless
will have to come down.
If you once use New Zealand
butter, sold at Silva's Eleele store,
you will have it all tlte time.
"The Hula Show"
lid die Fernandez' troupe, which
appeared in the Hale Hooni last
Thursday and Friday evenings,
was not essentially a "hula show;"
but as the dandng of the pupils of
Madame Pauahi was a leading
feature, the public dropped into
the way of calling it that. Quite
large crowds attended each enter
tainment. The pictures were ex
cellent, and the music of Kaai,
Jr's., Glee Club came in for much
applause a n d frequent encores.
The dancing was not overdone, to
use a common place expression;
and seemed to be enjoyed by all.
The Robinson Estate
The recent visit of F. M. Hatch
to Kauai was for the purpose of
securing the probate of the will of
the late Mrs. Robinson, the matter
bsing heard in Judge Dickey's
court. Aubrey Robinson, who is
sole heir to the property, was
named by the conrt as executor
of the will.
The estimate for Lihue and Ila
namaulu together for the 1914
campaicn is 1 7,000 tons, the pro
duction last vear being 16,700 for
the same estates and 3,100 for
Grove Farm. The Koloa estimate
for 1914 is 7500, the production
last campaign being 5886.
Notice is hereby given that Mr.
Achong Ai Chang is authorized to
solicit subscriptions, printing etc.,
for this Company.
This Garden Island Publish
ing Co., Ltd.
K. C. Hopper, Manager.
Lihue, Feb. 5, 1914.
FOURTH TAXATION DIVI
SION, ISLAND'S O F KAUAI
AND NIIHAU, TERRITORY
In accordance with Section 1268,
Revised Laws of Hawaii," as
amended by SKC. 1 ot 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 10
Penalty, Advertising Costs, and
Interest at the rate of 10' per
Delinquent List for the yearl9l3.
An Chong ..fl2.60
Morgan E. J ...30.65
Mundon Harriet Mrs 4U.95
Castro II. M 6.90
Delinquent Lut for the year 1913.
1MB 10 HAVE
The members of the Homestead
band are working on plans for a
campaign for funds for a new hall
at Kalaheo, to be used for their
own purposes and for entertain
ments generally. Dancing, mov
ing pictures shows and other
amusements will be pulled off in
it, and it will probably become the
meeting place for various other
The Homestead region is in
creasing rapidly 1 n population,
and a meeting and show hall of
the kind now planned has been
needed for a long time.
Benefit concerts, the proceeds
to go to the new hall, have been
planned for tin; near future. All
arrangements have not yet been
tumle, but it is fairly certain that
the first entertainment will take
place in Eleele and the second in
Koloa. Willie Fernandez, t h e
motion picture expert, has volun
teered his services in the cause,
and will probably put on one or
more motion picture, benefit en
tertainments. Road Accident
Whiie Superintendent Morrow
and Mr. Hill, of the Kauai Tele
phone Co.. were negotiating the
curve just Waimea of Makaweli
last Wednesday, something "went
bust" and a wheel came off the
machine, resulting in the breaking
of the axle. Morrow, who, by vir
tue of his" vocation is more fortu
nate than other mortals, shinned
up a telephone pole, affixed an
instrument to the wire and soon
had Auto Dr. Bertram , from
Waimea. on the scene. Morrow
and Hill arrived back in Lihue
considerably later at night than
usual, but were otherwise little
the worst for their experience.
Mrs. Brown Better
Mrs. Brown, the elder sister of
Miss Payne, teacher in the Wailu?.
school, who fell in front of the
Isenberg residence Christmas day
and oroke her arm. has returned
to her home. The arm, which
was broken at a point near where
it joins the shoulder, is still in
plaster, but the bone has knitted
properly. Mrs. Brown had re
mained with the Isenbergs since
Dr. Walter I Seymour, of the
Standard Optical Co., Honolulu,
visited his new homestead near
Kapaa last week, and this week is
taking a look over other homesteads
and the pineapple fields at other
points on the island, It is his in
tention to go extensively into pine
apples. Old Mill Razed
The old Koloa mill is parcticallv
a thing of the past, only the side
walls and heavy lower timbers re
maining. It will be completely
cleared away as soon as possible
and the land returned to its owners,
from whom the Koloa plantation
had leased it.
New Zealand butter is pure and
fresh by every steamer. Order it
from Silva's Eleele store.
LIST FOR 1913.
Bruns M. A. Mrs 4.15
Gardner Julia Mrs. ..4 15
Kapule M. Mrs. 2.35
Heirs of Lono 2.30
Morgan E. J 10. 20
Papaia Henry . 4.15
litcombk. Heirs of 4.70
Titcomb C Mrs... .1185
Uyeno Store ... 22.95
r Land at Kalalau ( irant 217-21
" " l'ilaa L. ('. A. (Wll fs. li)
L It l'4:iliiL. (J. A. i
" " WaioleApana 1, L.C. A. 10.V64
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 my knowledge and belief.
J. K. Farley,
Assessor Fourth Taxation Division
j Koloa, Kauai, January 22nd. 1914
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gwabL( jjuuuioti if
The result of seventeen years of
the best watch building in America.
Every Hamilton Watch is guaran
teed in every part and particular,
and is proven by the most scientific
tests to be a perfect and accurate
Cor. Fort & Her. St., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single or in
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only. .
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
I The' Day We
The 2 2d of February is the anniversary
of the birthday of the man who never told
a lie. It is not on record that the Father
of his Country was ever in the Dry Goo
Business. Had he been, the record mighi
not have been made. The fact is that
we cannot tell the whole truth about our
goods; it wouldn't be safe. If we
revealed their full merits our store would be
burglarized every week. We simply show
them and they sell themselves. fj When our
Kauai friends come to Honolulu to
celebrate we will be proud to show them
the many new ideas imported for Spring
N. o. bachs Dry dooas Co. A
Yisit Nearing End
Mrs. C. H. Bishop will depart
by the steamer next Saturday for
j Honolulu, after beinn entertained
I by many old friends on Kauai,
lie" daughter, .Miss Kthel, left
last Saturday for the city.
1 IYI a n 11 p I S 1 I v a
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 NICHT SERVICE
j HOTEL. WAIMEA
The Commercial Man's !
I Favorite Hcstlery
I j j
: DICK OLIVER, Manager
Clarence Girviji, engine-rat Kc
loa mill for sometime, has resist!?
and returned to Honolulu. Hi
position has been taken by Ml
Lohr, who arrived last week.