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TJ1H OARDBN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17. 1914
OEGlfEflTW LISIJOR 1913. BALDWIN PARTY
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AN'DS O F
1 1 1 1 A lT;,il T E R R I T
In accordance with Section 1268,
tevised XT a v"T" TTawaii, as
mended btfS&t.?!! UI is!
1905, Hie QlLwiu:list:tt:.-De-inqucnt
Taxpayers is licjtby pub
ished, comprising' 'J'hxes for the
ear 1913 remaining unpaid on
X-cembejt, 1913, including lO'r
'enalty, Advertising Costs, and
nterest at the rate of 10 per
Delinquent List for the year 1913
An Cluing... $12. 6C
Morgan K. J .30.65
Mundon Harriet Mrs. 40.95
Castro II. M.. 6.90
Delinquent List for the year 1913
TANALKI D.I3TR ICT,A,
Kiwis M.'aI Mr si. . . . . . .'4. 1 5
Gardner Julia Mrs...- 4.15
Heirs M Louo 2.30
Morgan E. J 10.20
lipaia Henry 4.15
itcomb K. " Heirs of 4.70
Titcomb C. Mrs .11 85
Uyeno Store . 22.95
-Lund at Kalulaii (Irant 21721
J " " l'ilaa ,. V. A. lioL'it $8.40
I K 14:51(5 L. (!, A. -
" " WaioU'Apann 1, I.. C. A. 10".4
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. Fari.ky,
Assessor Fourth Taxation Division
Koloa, Kauai, January 22nd. 1914
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A' S c laarmer Is guiJcJ ty a Star,
.CjL o is a nnart dresccr guiJc-J by a
$i.G0, $2, $2.50 and up
At Which Engagement of Miss
Mattie Jordan And H. N.
Browne Is Announced
The party given by Mrs. B. D.
Baldwin at her beautiful home in
Makaweli Saturday evening, while
ostensibly a Valentine affair, prov
ed to have been planned also as a
The house was elaborately de
corated with greens, plentifully
supplemented with pink hearts, of
various sizes, and the electric bulbs
were shrouded in pink crepe, with
An excellent buffet supper was
served at small tables on the spa
cious lanai, and splendid music
was discoursed by Dan's orchestra
of Hawaiian artists.
There was something about the
whole arrangement that suggested
an extraordinary happening; and
whispered suggestions as to what
it might be increased as the even
ing passed along. At last, near the
close of the supper, the secret came
Bonbons, shorn of their original
dress and re-wrapped in pink crepe
paper, tied at the ends with pink
babv ribbon, were passed around.
Inside the bonbons, encircling the
favors, and tied with pink baby
ribbon was a small, heart-shaped
photo, finished in sepia, with a
tiny white border. It was that ot
Miss Mattie Jordan, of Kekaha,
and Mr. H. N. Browne, of Maka
After congratulations had at last
been concluded, with cries of
"Who's next?" the room? were
cleared and dancing indulged in
for the rest of the evening.
Those present were: The host
and hostess, Mr. and Mrs. B. D
Baldwin, Mr. and Mrs. Alex. Bro
die, Mr. and Mrs. H.S. Truscott,
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Greig. Mrs
C. L. Hodge, Misses Georgia Pur-
cell, Ida L'Orange. Mattie Jordan,
Ella Lee, Etta Lee, Eddie Whit-
tington and Messrs. Carl Bayer
C W Smith, J. B. Fassoth, D. E
Baldwin. D. B. Murdoch, H. N.
Browne. Edward Deverill, G. F.
Rankin and A. C. Banham.
SUE IN A STORM
Quite a storm was created in the
and board at Honolulu over the
pplication tor the site for the pro
posed new cannery at Kapaa, ac
cording to riie Honolulu papers.
The Advestistr of Wednesday had
this to say:
At the meeting of the land board
yesterday afternoon the applica
tion o f the Hawaiian Canning
Company for nineteen acres o f
waterfront at Kapaa, Kauai, as a
cannery site, was referred back to
Commissioner J. D. Tucker, with
instructions to reopen the ques-
ion with the petitioner. The land
board went on record once more
l)e:ng unalterably opposed to
disposing of the public lands in
areas larger than the immediate
necessities of the case require, to
big corporations. It was pointed
out that the Dole cannery on
Oahu, which is the largest factory
here, occupies only about five acres
of space. The land laws of the
Territory specifically forbid par
celling out areas other than agri
cultural lands in lots larger than
are necessary for designated pur
poses. The board members were
ery much from Missouri" and
are not liable to take definite action
unless they are "shown."
The Board severely criticized
the appraisement of the land in
uestion made by H. H. Brodie.
E. Walters and I. H. Moragne.
These appraisers had submitted a
valuation of $1235 for the nineteen
acres of beach frontage 'provid
ed the land is used for erecting
a pineapple cannery. This pro
lsional" valuation aroused the
ire of the commissioners. Acting
Chairman Richard H. Trent said
that appraisers who rendered such
verdict were not reliable and
that he would never again call
upon any of them for an estimate
of land values. The land is a por
tion of the public domain and its
value is not contingent upon what
a purchaser might do with it, he
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Tourists On Kauai
Three real, live tourists visited
Kauai last week. They landed at
Waimea and visited almost all
points of interest, the last few days
being spent pround Hanalei, Wn-
niha, Kapaa and Lihue. Ihey
were Mr. and Mrs. John Vest, of
Pendleton, Oregon, and accom
panying them was Miss Ethel B
Wilkte, from some place with
very long name in Scotland. They
had a real pleasant and jolly time
of it, and before leaving expressed
themselves as more than repaid for
the decision to See Kauai Next
Lobbying Is Pau
Washington, February 11.
The Cummins' Bill, which is de
signed to cure the evils disclosed
in the recent lobby investigation
by congress, was passed in the
senate yesterday. The measure pro
vides heavy penalties for the imper
sonation ot members ot congress
or other federal officials and for
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Autos and light machinery repaired.
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Editor Garden Island:
I suppose it is undeniable that
we are past masters of the art of
sugar manutacture; and that we
can and do make the best sugar in
the world. Then, whv, in the name
of all intelligence, do we ship away
this fine sugar pay cost of trans
portation, cost of re-nianufact
ure refining so called and cost of
transportation back, to get an aiti
cie tnat is distinctly interior in
color, taste and fragrance to that
which, we had in the beginning?
In the name of all intelligence
why should w? do this extravagant
thing when we are learning to
study economy so carefully? Our
mills can, and some of them do,
make a sugar that is a dream de
licate straw-colored crystals, hard,
crisp and sharp, with a faint
elHsive flavor of maple sugar
sugar with a quality, and
cnaracter ot its own, not a mere
poloroscope test, but something
fine, that lingers in the memory
Such a sugar, for instance, as the
Peerless, made I believe, by the
Ewa mill I get no commission
why should we exchange this for
the colorless, tasteless, flat sugar
of the refineries and pay for the
privilege besides? Try it; you will
be surprised to see how nice it is!
J. M. IVDGATE.
Off to Carnival
Judge C. B. Hofgaard, of Wai
mea, will be among the passengers
sailing bv the W. G. Hall tUis
afternoon for Honolulu. He in
tends to take in the entire big
show, not returning until the 24th.
James McClellan, also of Wai
mea, sailed Saturday for Honolu
lu to enjoy the Carnival and to
spend about two weeks more in the
city looking cfter certain business
M. V. Fernandez, of the Maka
weli store, will get away today for
a week's vacation in Honolulu,
and will bring his family back
Card of Thanks
Mrs. Hiel J. Kapu, of Hanalei,
wishes to return heartfelt thanks
to Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sanborn,
Mr. and Mrs. Myers, Mrs. Cham
berlain and Dr. and Mrs. Yanagi
hara for sympathy and kindliness
in her bereavement.
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