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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, March 03, 1914, Image 5',
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THE OARDKN ISLAND TUESDAV, blAKCU 3, 1914
Stop at McBryde Store and fill up.
Tank right by tlie roadside. No
trouble at all, Week-Day, Night or
Cheapest Gasoline on Kauai.
j McBryde Store - - Eleele
CASES ID COME UP
TO THE TRADE
WE ARC DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., LI&
74 QUEEN ST., HONOLULU
Westinghouse Mazda Lamps
More light, better light, cheaper light for
everybody. Sold by the Store that sells
electrical goods to give service.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
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
Hoine-Buving, why not
From the Kaupakalua Winery
Its a'Delicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Try it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuanu Street
THE LIHUE STORE
will represent us in the sale of
in LIHUE. HANAMAULU and KOLOA
Ask them for a free booklet.
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
Fort and Hottl Sir fit
READ THE GARDEN ISLAN
Following is the full list of cases
to be heard at the Circuit Court
term, which opens tomorrow
JURY WAIVED CASES.
Tai Ting vs Hit' Feart
AptH'iil from Knwnilmil District Court.
S. K. lluiiiiostiid, Esq., ami C. S. Dole,
Esq., for jilaintiir.
J. M. kancakua, Esq., nr.d S, K. Ka
evKsq., for defendant.
CIVIL CASES JURY.
William (.). Crowcll vs. George A.
A. (t Kaulnkou, Esq., and Alex.
Lindsay, Esq., for ilnintitl'.
K. C. Peters, Esq., for di'fi'inlant.
W. O. Crowi'll vs. (iiNiye A. ISertrntn.
Defendant's appeal from Waimea Dis
Klizalx'tli Kapikn Ellis vs. C. W. Spitz.
.?. M. Kauuakua, Ks., for pluintiH.
S. K. Kaeo. Esq., for defendant.
CRIMINAL CASES JURY.
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Tot huh Salvador
Larceny 1st degree.
Commitment from Waimea Distrie:
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Tomas Salvador.
Larceny 1st decree.
Commitment Irom Waimea District
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Julio do la Cruz.
Assault and Battery with a weapon o1
vionslv and imminently dangerous to life.
Commitment from Wainica District
Terr. of Hawaii vs. A. Muratu.
Commitment from L i li tt e District
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Isotaro llatsunmra.
Murder 1st dearer.
Commitment from Waimea District
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Hulino (Ju.on and
Appeal from Waimea District Court.
New Business Man
George A. .Gonsalves, son of M.
A. Gonsalves, Honolulu, and for
several years connected with the
wholesale house ot Gonsalves &
Co. , Ltd., dime over on the last
Kinau to accept a position with J.
I. Silva, in the Eleele Store. 1 Mr.
Gonsalves is a young man of edu
cation and attractive personality,
and has had a degree of business
training which augurs well fot his
success on Kauai.
Notice is hereby given that Mr.
Achong Ai Chang is authorized to
solicit subscriptions, printing etc.,
for this Company.
The Garden Island Publish
ing Co., Ltd.
K. C. Hopper, Manager.
Lihue, Feb. 5, 1914.
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU, T. II.
. J J
Agents (or the
and dealers in Ollice stationery
and Filing Systems.
Carry a complete stock of the
GIoIm--Wernicke Filing Cabinet
All repairs on typewriters guaran
Center of City
251 Vineyard St.
Mrs. C. Miltner, prop. Honolulu
KOLOA SUGAR CO
REPORTS A LOSS
The annual report of the trea
surer o f Koloa SttKar Company
shows a loss for the vear of $63,
C'99.51. The credit balance to be
carried to next year is $324,387.57.
The principal items in Manager
Cropp's report to the stockholders
were as follows:
This crop was grown under very
unfavorable conditions, as the wa
ter supply was very poor. The
crop was harvested from
674.63 acres of Plant Cane
747.19 " "
517.01 " "
4.25 " "
1.943. OS yielding 5,886.25
tons of sugar'at an avenge polari
zation of 96.8.
The following is the acreage of
the 1914 crop:
370.50 acres of Plant Cane
659.81 " " First Long
706.55 " ' Second Long
245.64 " " Short Ratoons
We started to harvest this crop
December 29th, 1913 and manu
factured up to date 1,200 tons of
sugar. The estimate of the crop
is 7,000 tons of sugar. The cane
is of good quality and the yields
are heavier that was anticipated.
The acreage of this crop is as
800.32 acres of Plant Cane
558.17 " " First Long
427.25 " " Second Long
154.39 " " Short Ratoons
The total expenditures for im
provements during the past year
amounted to $361,663 43 and the
main item which made u p this
figure was the New Mill $299,848.
16. One more pavment has to be
made to.the Honolulu Iron Works
of $17,874.50 and one of $18,000.
00 for the Kopke Clarifiei.
During the coining year, ' we
have to build a few more houses at
our New Mill Camp and have to
enlarge the old Wilcox Ditch to
handle the water from the Waiahi
Stream. The cost of enlargement
of the Ditch was estimated by Mr.
J. Jorgensen to be $7,877.50
XICKLE, COITF.R, COLD,
Z1XC, BliONZF. AND SIL
VER 1'I.ATIXii ....
Honolulu Electric Co.
KiliK and Bishops. St.
Bowling Prizes Ready
The four prizes contested for in
the inter-island bowling series
some mouths ago have at last ar
rived at Honolulu, and during the
Carnival Deriod were displayed in
the-windows of K. O. Hall & Son.
They are quite pretty and while
on exhibition were noticed and
admired by many. The intention
was to have the engraving done as
soon as possible after the Carnival,
and that has probably been done
It will be recalled that Mr. II.
Wolters, of the Lihue Ketiel Club,
won all of these prizes, so th t they
will soon come over here to make
Kauai their home. In the contests
the Kauai team played against
some of the best bowlers of other
Maui lost the final game in the
inter-island baseball series at Ho
nolulu, although the contest last
ed through twelve warm innings.
The opposing team was the Asahi
nine, of the Oahit JJaseball League,
and the score at the end was 5 to 3
in favor of the little brown men.
In the series the teams of Maui
and Hawaii fought gamely, but it
was plain after the first few con
tests that they were much out
classed by the baseball veterans of
Oahu The attendance upon the
games dwindled from 4,000 at the
first to 800 at the final meeting be
tween the Mauis and Asahis.
New Tariff Law
Tuk Garden Island has re
ceived a copy of the new tariff law
in a very neat and unique form.
It was gotten out by a New York
concern, and has the new and old
tariff laws compared, showing the
many changes. The income tax
provisions are also set forth in the
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.7i 17 . 7
The result of seventeen years of
the best watch building in America.
livery Hamilton Wateh is guaran
teed in every part and particular,
and is proven bv the most scientific
tests to be a perfect and accurate
'l i 1 1 1 ; k t r of
Cor. Fort & Her. St-., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single or in
OF-EN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
H.is 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 NIGHT SERVICE
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and,
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
Lea niNi; J ewei.ers
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
DICK OLIVER, Manager
I Did you ever
have "that tired feeling" come ovdr you
when you saw shamelessly displayed in
bold faced type that hoary mercantile
chestnut: "Selling Off at Cost'
The expression is about as old as deception-some
say it originated with An
nnias -anyhow it is preserved in heirogly
phics and cuneiform inscriptions of cities
whose merchants have been dust and ashes
for a thousand years.
Our prices, when compared with some
others are LESS THAN COST.
Write for our samples of New Spring
Dress Goods and compare our prices.
N. 5. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
V(n QkV l'or nale at Lilme hi. .re'
rUlV JALL second IiuikI Cyphers
incnliators I 7li erL'-) in pun I working
,rVUl MnVply'l'L'- at np cial rates for ' At Eleele Hall Saturday night
,.,,.. j Hawaiian coat-of-arms breast-pin.
' Ituiuire This olTic.
NVw Zealand butter in one-pound j -
blocks it Silva's Eleele store. Advt 1 NOW READ THE ADS