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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 17, 1614
The Board of Agriculture &. For
estry, nt Honolulu, has received
ten thousand packages of seeds for
free distribution; and a good
chance is offered Kauai small far
mers to get choice lots for planting.
There are three different lots.
V 1 consists of one packet each
of beans, lettuce, musk- melon,
onion and radish; V 4 is corn,
lettuce, onion, radish and turnip:
V 5 is peas, cucumbers, lettuce,
onions and radish.
clo th ing
d e part
which is dedicated merely
to selling clothes. You
can come here to look and
you may purchase if you
wish, but please feel that
we will be as keen to talk
to you as sell you.
LET US TAKE YOUR
White Wings Soap
Pau Ka Hana Soap
High Flight Flour
White River Flour
F. L. Waldron, Ltd. j
You are coming for the
Carnival Festivities we
know, and therefore
Dimond & Co.,
invites you to inspect their
spacious and up-to-date
Equal to the best
China, Glass, Silver
Prices most reasonable.
W. W. Dimond &Co.,Ltd.
":!-!i" Kinn St.
UNION FEED CO.
Dealers in Grain and Feed.
Manufacturer of the popular
We also carry a line of
chicken feed which has no
Island Trade Solicited.
SVIP IHffi Ivmvl II knovn thai the doorJ of cn sVw g
K$jjj5NtV? .,1 Wi$MkMm UU in New York ond Chicago are olvays
BPHfc. VWllfflffll PPn lo the public -and visitors are not
TL: 'HlBrH lilw alono lnvlte-d " but co"liall, m& a
RlWllffii MVEhcABRY NO CAPMENTS
lffiMwlwSSS II ItiiH ln ku,k "cl" Ve eut no garments in "LOTS"
f the nattiest
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thing will be gotten ready so
work may begin promptly.
Mr. Morrow is an exceptionally
conscientious telephone man, and
has been dissatisfied with the
working of the telephones for
sometime although the general
public had noted a considerable
improvement since he took charge
of the system. He feels chat the
noises on the lines (particularly
around Lihue) and the weak spots
in the country can and should be
remedied, and the company has
come to the conclusion to let him
go to it," even though the cost
will be considerable. Mr. Morrow
has had life-long experience in the
business and knows iust how to
"go to it;" and Kauai will soon be
favored with the benefit of that ex
perience, to say nothing of Mr.
Morrow's ambition to give to the
island as nearly n perfect service
as is possible with the means at
On account of the absence of
Rev. J. M. Lydgate in Honolulu"
there will be no services in the
Lihue Union church next Sunday.
H. Rohrig, Gaylord Wilcox and
K. C. Hopper have been appointed
members of the commissary com
mittee on entertainment t o the
Honolulu Ad. Club, in addition to
the names published elsewhere in
containing coin. This
The Bank of
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iJ-iiUJSAliiivK 31, 1913.
Loans, Din-omits and Over
Hank I'remis-es, Honolulu 17"),(T"I.77
Hank Premises, Lilian
Oui-tuiiiers' Liabilities un
der Letters of Credit 7:1,10 1 -17
Otlicr Assets :!,L'70. IS.)
Ca-li and Due from Hanks l.'.'is.iSBS.-W
City mid County of Honolulu )ss,
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Siibciil)od and sworn to before; im
, , , , Notary
l-U, Fab. 10, 1", 11, March a.
of Spring Styles has arrived. Some
ideas in men's clothes ever seen
Representatives of "The Royal Tailors. "
If you once use New Zealand
butter, sold at Silva's Eleele store,
you will have it all the time. Advt.
Passengers In and Out
The following sailed by the last
W. G. Hall for Honolulu:
Judge L. A. Dickey. A. Freitas,
Miss A. Gomez, J. Santos, Koom
Lack, Koon Yuen, K. Yokomoto,
V. C. Parke, Mrs. L. Hussey, Miss
Strayne, Miss Hunter, A. Arm
strong, J. L. Young and 12 deck.
The following arrived from Ho
nolulu in the Kiuau last Wednes
D. L. Austin, Mrs. K. Keaw, C.
C. James, Jno. Vert, Mrs. Juo. Vert,
Dr. J. E. Emerson and wife, A..
Gartenberg, Mrs. Kamau, Misses.
Kauiau, T. Togama, W. E. Shaw,
Mrs. A. Hulihee, G. T. McCarty,
Mrs. T. Kawano, I. Kawauo, A.
V. Peters, Lee Tai, Miss W. Wel
kie, D. 13. Murdoch, Robt. Friko,
H. Busher, E. H. Akina, V. Aki
ua, Sou Loi, Lee Chee, D. J. Sul
livan, and 57 deck.
New Zealand butter is pure and
fresh by every steamer. Order it
from Silva's Eleele store. Advt.
T h e annual meeting o f the
Kauai Athletic Association will be
held in the county building, Li
hue, on the evening of February
19, a t 7:30 o'clock. Business":
Election of officers and arrange
ments for the season of 1914.
B. D. Baldwin,
February 10, 1914. Advt.
AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
Capital Paid lTp.
Undivided Profits l(il,8!)S.0(i
Pent-inn l-'uiid 40, 10S.il"
i.euers 01 urcciii uut
standinj; 7!i,101 4
Dividends uncalled for !)I2.00
Deposits 1,D.YI,5.V.8 1
first duly Mvorn. do solemnly swear
. 1 .1 -.11.1. e J
i 01 my Knowledge, ami oeiici,
V. H. DAMON', Collier.
this 2nd day of January, 1011.
.1. D. MAIiQURS.
I'ublie, l'ir-d .ludieial Circuit, T. II
J. K. Naruse, doing busidess at
Pskala, District of Waimea, County
of Kauai, Territofy o f Hawaii,
having made an assignment to the
undersigned for the benefit of all
his ci editors, all persons having
claims against said J. K. Naruse
are requested to present same, pro
perly authenticated, within sixty
days from date, and all persons in
debted to said J. K. Naruse are re
quested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned at Wai
W. O. Crowell,
Assignee. J. K. Naruse.
Dated, Waimea, Kauai, Feb. 14,
Feb. 17-24 March 3-10.
Notice is hereby given that
Quong Sam Sing Company of Ke
kaha, District of Waimea, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, has
purchased all the property of Sun
Kwong Lee Wai Co., otherwise
known as San Ko Lee Wai Co., of
Konolea, Wailua District of Lihue,
County and, Territory aforesaid, of
whatsoever nature and kind, and is
now operating the business former
ly conducted by the said Sun
Kwong Lee Wai Co. , with L. Ah
Hoy as its Manager.
Notice if further given that the
purchaser above named has as
sumed neither the debts nor the
credits of the said Sun Kwong
Lee Wai Co.
Quong Sam Sing Co.,
By L. Ah Hoy. Manaokr.
In The Circuit Court Ok Tim
Fiiith Circuit, Territory
In Probate At Chambers
In the Matter of the Estate of
Helen McHutcheson Robinson,
late of Makaweli, deceased.
Notice To Creditors.
The undersigned, Aubrey Robin
son, having been duly appointed
Executor of the Will of Helen Mc
Hutcheson Robinson, late of Ma-
kawen, Kauai, deceased, gives
notice to all leditors of said de
ceased to present their claims duly
autnenticaieci a n a witn proper
vouchers, if any exist, even if the
claim be secured by mortgage up
on real estate, to the undersigned
at his residence at Makaweli,
Kauai, within six months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, said date being February
10th, 1914, or within six months
from the day they fall due, or the
same will be forever barred.
Makaweli, Kauai, Iebruary 2,
Executor of the Will of Helen
McHutcheson Robinson, deceased.
Feb. 10-17-24. March 3-10.
Committee on Receiption
Continued from page 1
cakes and, in fact, everything that
will go to make up the combina
The "hapahaole banquet" will
have a toastmaster, and during
the progress of the feast there will
be set speeches, remarks by per
sons to b e called upon, good
music and special features. It is
expected that the luau-banquet
will last until midnight, or later.
The guests from Honolulu and
as many from other parts of Kauai
as care to stay over night and
make the Hanalei trip next day,
will be taken care of by the com
mittee in Lihuc.
Next morning the start for Ha
nalei will be made at 8 o'clock.
Mr. Mencfoglio will have charge
of the arruigenient of the lunch
over there, which will likely be
prepared by Mrs. Deverill. It is
expected that every minute of the
remaining time will be taken up
in seeing the sights around Wai
niha, Haena, etc.; and that the
steamer will pick up the party at
Mr. T. Brandt was given gene
ral charge of the transportation ol
the entire partv from the landing
at Waimea to Lihue, with full
power to act in any and all mat
ters. He will enlist as many pri
vate machines as possible for the
purpose, and will submit to the
committee a report of any expense
T w o commissary committees
were appointed, t o arrange for
lunches, refreshments, etc., en
route, as follows: Waimea to Lihue
end E. E. Mahlum, chairman;
Judge C. B. Ilofgaard and Richard
Oliver. Lihue to Hanalei end I.
M. Lydgate, chairman, J. H. Co
ney and Gaylord Wilcox.
Committee o n -transportation
from Lihue to Hanalei: H. Rohrig,
chairman; W. H. Rice, Jr., and
C. W. Spitz.
Committee on lodging at Lihue
H. D. Wishard. W111. H. Rice,
Jr., and C. A. Rice.
Reception Committee H. Roh
rig, Charles A. Rice, W. D. Mc
Bryde, B. D. Baldwin, Gaylord
Wilcox, James Donald, F. A
Alexancer, J. I. Silva and A. Me
Finance Committee E. E
Mahlum. chairman; J. M. Lvd
gate, W. D, McBryde, W. H
Rice, Jr., C. W. Spitz, L. D
Titnmons, T. Brandt and J. I.
A majority of the general com
mittee will be in Honolulu for the
Carnival events and will endeavor
to arrange a meeting with the Ka
uai excursion committee o f the
Honolulu Ad. Club for some hour
next Monday, the object being to
gather from the Honolulu commit
tee ideas as to the most pleasing
of several features which are be
ing considered as additions to the
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 bv Section
1212 f Act 145, Session Laws 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; $12.60 per
T. K. Farley,
Assessor Fourth Division.
Koloa. Kauai. January 28, 1914.
Notice to Tourists
Port Allen is the best landing
port on Kauai. Gomes 1914 Cad
dilac and Chalmers 7 and 5 seater
will meet you there with reliable
chauffeurs to carry you t o any
points of interest oi Kauai. Ring
up 83 W, Day o r night always
IN ELEELE HALL
Saturday Evening, Feb. 21
HcKinnhiK at 7 o'clock
tlA kt fcjt
MENDES & SOUZA
Day and Night
Tel. 600 Lihue
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
I LIMITED. I
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
International Stock. Poultry Pood
and other Hpceialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron Hoofs. lVtalunmJn
c.ubators and Brooder.".
King's Special Chick Food
P.O. Box 452; Honolulu
Lihue Poultry Farm
P. O. Box 106. Lihue. Kauai.
To Prospective Builders
J. HOLM BERG
Will perpare plans and specifica
tions for buildings of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construc
tion work anywhere in the Islands.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction
FORT STREKT HONOLULU
We make a specialty
of developing and
Kodak films. All
120-211 Bo$ton BUg.
Fort Sir ft
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125-131 MERCHANT ST,
P. O. Box No 594 Honolul
JAS. F. I0H