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THB GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 24, 1614
New York, January 29.
'Wholesale- grocers were called ns
witnesses for the defence Wednes
day in the government's slMt to
dissolve the American Sugar Re
fining Company under the Sher
man anti-trust law. The defense
sought to establish that for six
years the grocety trade sometimes
bought of rival refineiies, because
these competitors fixed a scale of
cheaper prices which the Ameri
can company did not always meet.
Thomas R Ward, Jr., of Albany,
and other grocers testified that
RY as you
can, it is
i n a. or
more stylish clothes than
sold by us. The Royal
Tailors tell us we are the
hardest people to suit of
any of their customers.
We're glad we are par
ticular. It shows that we
insist on giving you the
best there is in clothing.
LE T US TAKE YOUR
oram www) cnaacB aao a TOa e txuxaat i
I BK30 a
White Wings Soap
Paii Ka Hana Soap j
High Flight Flour
White River Flour
R L Waldron, Ltd. j
Stoves and Refregerators
W. W. Dimond & Co.
The House of Housewares
Prices are always right
Service the Best
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
UNION FEED CO.
Dealers in Grain and Feed.
Manufacturers of the popular
We also carry a line of
chicken feed which has no
Island Trade Solicited.
Royal Tailor Suits are cut to fit the
man. We take your measure and guaran
tee satisfaction. See the New Style Book,
showing latest icleas for Spring and Sum
mer Wear. Dozens of new styles to pick
from prices as low as for old-fashioned
custom made clothes.
Representatives of "The Royal Tailors.'
TIIF 1.0111MS )1 1 ir.FUTY"
1. K. Naruse, doinz busidess nt
PnKala, District of Waiinea, County
o! Kauai, ierritofy o f Hawaii,
having made an assignment to the
undersigned for the benefit of all
lus ci editors, all persons Having
claims against said J. K. Naruse
are requested to present same, pro
perly authenticated, within sixty
daj s from date, and all persons in-
Uhted to said J. K. Naruse are re
quested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned at Wai
W. O, Crowku.,
Assignee, J. K. Naruse.
Dated, Wanuea, Kauai, Feb. 14,
Feb. 17-24 March V10.
Last week the attack of Mr Trent,
of the Land Hoard, at Honolulu,
upon the appraisers appointed to
value the proposed site of tin new
cannery at Kapaa, was published
in this paper, and has drawn out
the followinu reply from two of
the appraisers, the other being
away from the island:
KniTon Garden Island:
In the issue of Feb. Tlth of I lie
Advertiser there appeared an article
in which the Hoard of Appiaisers
vas scoied for pulling too low a
valuation on the site for the pro
posed Kapaa Canneries. We be
lieve it was Mr. Trent who expiess
ed his decided views.
As a member of the appraising
Hoard, we wish to state Hie reasons
for the valuation we placed upon
First, let us say that we had not
ing w 1-a t e v er to say about the
number of acres. That was given
to us and we were to value the land.
The Hoard took, a broad view
and made a comparison of the value
of having a factory, - a semi-public
proposition, -built on the land as
compared to turning the land over
to a private party to grow cocoa
nuts or for pasture, in which latter
case it would be of but little value
in the development of a cotn
inuntv, in the employment given,
in the taxes paid, or in the gene
ral impetus given to business.
We considered that a pioneer
business in any community should
Pineapple factories are well esta
blished enterprises, but not at
Sugar was well established in
1900, but look at the promoted
propositions that went to the wall.
In the States it is very general
for communities to givesites gratis
to proposed industries to get them
to locate; in some cases bonuses
are given and in other cases local
taxes are remitted for certain
A good policy there for a com
munitv would be a good policy to
The hundreds of dollars that the.
factory would pay each year in
taxes would soon ay for the
land, -even the Land Hoards, valua
tion, whatever that might be.
And no roads, budges or water
works will have lobe put in by the
government; it adds litde to the
Without the factory the whole
lot' of homesteads will have to go
undeveloped. The Cannery will
We labor to women and children
of the counnunitv; more business
will develope localh . and Hono
lulu will receive its share, along
with the Inter-Island and otnor
Stagnant old Kapaa will revive
and values all along the line will
Thnefore, whv crab a pioneer
enterprise by the throat? There is
w hole community, business, i
MENDES & SOUZA
Day and Night
Tel. 600 Lihue
csale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Tli' alxnv i- a nijrht u , . f T.. i. ni . , Ii. ,,v
H:u-kf I.I Imil lin nt Honolulu--.1 daj c "i ' dei Tan
ilinwn eUewlu-n .
II- ..I ill!
Notice is hereby given that
Quong Sam Sing Company of Ke-
kaha, District of Wanuea, Count
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, hi,
purchased all the property of Sun
Kwong Lee Wai Co., otherwise
known as San Ko Lee Wai Co., of
I Konolea, Wailua District of Lihue,
County and Territory aforesaid, of
whatsoever nature and kind, and is
now operating the business former
Iv conducted by t h e said Sun
Kwong Lee Wai Co., with L. Ah
I Hoy as its Manager.
Notice if further given that tin.
purchaser above named has as
! sinned neither the debts nor the
credits of the said Sun Kwong
Lee Wai Co.
Quono Sam Sing Co.,
By L. Ah Hoy. Manager
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
STATKMF.NT OF CONDITION AT THF CI.OSK OF BUSINF.SS
DF.CF.MHKR 31, 1013.
Loan-, IWoiints and Over
Hank Prvini-iv, Iliinithiln 175,07-1.77
Hank 1'reiiUH's, Lihue
liraneli 15,000 00
C'u-toiin-rs' l.ialiIilU-s un-
li-r U'ttew of Credit 7:5,104 17
Otln-r Awts !!,270.U
Cadi ami Due from Hanks l.UlS.ilSS.JO
Capital I'.tiil l
lVifeioi) Fund ......
Letter of Credit Out-
Piviik'iid I'lu-itlkil for..
Territory of Hawaii
City and County of Honolulu
1, F. H. DAMOX, Cashier, Mug first duly Mworn, do soL-irmly swear
that tin- aliow ftateincnt is true to thv best of hit know I'dj:' and U lii-f,
V B. DAMoX, Cashier.
Kxaniim-d and found i-nrrwt :
(iKt)U(iF. U. CAUTKIt, )
It. A. CMKK. )plnvt. i- II. II. WAI.KO, Auditor.
F. C. ATHKHTUX, )
StilMerilted and sworn to U lmv m- tlii- Jml ,las of .luatuviy, i914.
J. I). MARQl'r.
Notary 1'ublu-, Firt .hi.ti.iu! Circuit, T. II.
1 t-, 10, 17, 21, March :i
In The Ctkcuit Cof kt Ok Tiui
FlITH ClKCUIT, TlJRRITOKY
In Probate At Chambers
In the Matter of the Kstate of
Helen Mcllutcheson Robinson
late of Makaweli, deceased.
Notick To Crhditors.
The undersigned, Aubrey Robin
son, having been duly appointed
Lxeculor of the Will of Helen Mc
Hutcheson Robinson, late of Ma
Kaweii, Kauai, Ueceasecl, gives
notice to all creditors of said de
ceased to present their claims duly
I atitiienticateu auu wit u proper
vouchers, if any exist, even if the
claim be secured by mortgage up
on real estate, to the undersigned
at his residence a t Makaweli
Kauai, within six mouths from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, said date being Februarv
10th, 1914, or within six month
from the day they fall due, or the
same will be forever barred.
Makaweli, Kauai, February 2,
Kxecutor of the Will of Helen
McHutcheson Robinson, deceased.
Feb. 10-17-24. March 3-10.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hay, Grain and Chicken n
Sole Agents for '
International Stock, Poultry Food 9
nm other specialties. Arabic for I
coolini; Iron Hoofs. I'otalumu In-
cubator.s and Hrooders. J
King's Sveciai. Chick Food 9
P. O. Hox 452, Honolulu' 1
tY. ' .KS'E
i ( ,. , i-1 1 - :
' ''"'"' ' ' '' "A ' ' '
Lihue Poultry Farm
P. O. Hox 106. Lihue. Kauai.
To Prospective Builders
Will i)repan- plans and specifica
tions for buildings of every descrip
tor and taxation awaiting its de- ' " supenmeim construc-
yeloptnent, and all for a few hund-1 u"" UU,K vuitc in uie isianos.
the Land Hoard I
have added to
red dollars tint
thinks we should
ii .ii. iiKODiii.
II . WOI-TKKS.
Members ot the appiraising
The annual Hirelings ol Lihue
uid Koloa plantations will take
place in IIoiK-luln t innnow, aiul
the meeting of Makaweli wi'l be
held the following day.
Prices RcisorrJjle Ei'd Satisfeclicn
IFORT STRI-.KT HONOLULU
No. 92.5 (
Kauai County Tax Rate
To owners of Real mid Peisonal
Property, liable to taxation in the
Kourth Taxation Division, Coun
ty of Kauai:
The Tax Rate for the year 1914
made up, as required bv Section
1212 of Act 145, Session Laws of
1911, to wit:
1st. For Current Kxpeuses of
2nd. For Permanent Improve
ments. 3rd. F'or Schools.
4th. For Interest & Sinking fund'
on Honds allotted to County.
5th. I'"or Assessing & Collecting
is herewith announced as .0126' ;
SI. 26 per hundred; $12.60 per
T. K. Faui.kv,
Assessor Fourth Division.
Koloa. Kauai. January 28.1914.
Notice to Tourists
Kodak Work. .
We make a specialty
of developing and
Kodak films. All
KAPAIA LIU UK.
120-1' 11 Ooilon Bid,.
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 carrv you t o any
points of interest om Kauai. Ring
up 83 W, Day o r night always
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Hox No 594 Honolulu