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Till GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 10, 1614
Departing from Ahukini, Kail
ni, during the early part of Janu
ary, the hoodo that took up his
uninvited presence ahoard t he
schooner Robert R. Hind, during
a 100-day voyage from Newcastle,
N. S. V., to Honolulu, continued
the journey to the Columbia river.
It was a sad tale of hardship and
privation that the little band of
sailors in the Hind unfolded upon
gaining the mainland February
23. Theyjj claimed that for days
thev wcre'fobliged to subsist on
very short rations. This feature of
the story of the voyage is contra
dicted by Captain Wikander, mas
ter of the Hind, who. while admit
ting that there was a danger of a
shortage along certain lines of pro
visions, no one aboard the schoon
er was in actual want.
In sailing from the Kauai port
the schooner reached the lattitude
of Astoria in less than 12 days
Then followed a season of con
trary winds and for three weeks
master and men were permitted
the minimum amount of rest ow
ing to the vessel attempting to
beat its way up and down the
coast ina strong easterly gale. The
Hind passed Cape Flattery several
times in the endeavor to enter the
mouth of the Columbia.
In a letter received at Honolulu
yesterday, Captain Wikander
states that several tugs had been
posted along the coast to take a
line from his command. At Gray's
Harbor a tremendous sea was
breaking and the attempt to bring
the schooner, laden with ballast
only to a safe refuge was aban
doned. On Saturday Governor Pinkham
signed the land patent of Josina
Medeiros, Lot 41, Kalaheo.
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is to instruct people in the early
symptoms of tuberculosis or con
sumption, so that they will go to
physicians before it is too late.
CoUfjlt or expectoration, even if only
a little m the morning, which you
hardly notice, if continued over two
Frequent "Bronchial," "Grippe"
or Fever attacks very suspicious.
BlOOll Spilling. If blood is coughed
up the cause is tuberculosis nine
times in ten.
Pleurisy. Caused by tuberculosis
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Night SwcalS. Very suspicious.
LOSS Ol weight and Strength very
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If any of these symptoms are present,
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Passengers In And Out
The following sailed bv the W.
G. Hall last Tuesday aitemoon for
Honolulu: II. Glass, D. H. Mur-
dock, J. A. Hogg, Ah Jan, IT. C.
Brehmau, C. Hooley, Toe Conera,
The following arrived by the Ki
nau from Honolulu Wednesday
morning: F C. Cleghorn, Q. C.
Ako, W. F. Plaisc and wife, Mrs.
II. K. Banhaiu, W. R. Moody, F.
L Hariley, Miss II . Paumano,
Miss B. Scharscln 0. C. Hillard,
Mr. and Mrs. J, A Akina, Master
Napoleon, Mrs. Napoleon, Win.
Kamikona, A. S. Mather and wife,
Mrs. H. Rohrig and child, R. 15.
Smith, W. Luccock, Master G.
Hopper, Mrs. K. C. Hopper, Judge
Lindsay, C. S Kim, C. P. Hong,
C. H. Lin. S. I. Mee. Win. Iloo
kano and wife, j'. W. Morrow.
The following sailed by the Ki-
nau Saturday afternoon for Hono
lulu: Mr. Whittingtou, J. F. Pera-j
ra, J. P. Dias. Mr. ana .Mrs. m
nosta, Mrs. R. Fountain, E. C.
Peters, Manuel Bnrtello, Frank
Howes, W. R. Moody, L. C. Gil
lian, Mrs. Booze, J. M. Kaneakua,
O. C. Young. Miss M. I. Wilcox,
Miss P. L. Wilcox, Miss Kealah-j
ua. Mrs. J. M. Lydgate, Judge
Lindsay, M. V. Hardy, C. P .
Hong, R. E. Smith, N. Aluli, N.
Luccock, Mr. and Mrs. A. S .
Mather, F. C. Cleghorn, J. K. Far
ley. W. H. Rice, C. W. Spitz
The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd.
STATEMENT OF CONDITION AT THE CLOSE OF BUSINESS
DECEMBER 31, 1913.
Loans Discounts and Over
liomlH 0157,5 7.7o
1 Hank Premises, Honolulu o,iij.n
! Hank I'lvini.-vs?, Lilnu'
! Customers' Liabilities un-
l (Kt Letters of Credit 7!l,10t -17
Other .Wts :!,:70.40
Cash ami Dm- from Hanks V-'iS.SSS.lO
Territory of Hawaii
City aim ('unity of Honolulu J&s.
1, K. H. DAMON, CuUiiiT. Mux
nun uii' iioovi- puiiriiiPiii is irw i iiw ni 01 my KnnwU'Ujei anil nuiiei,
K. 11. D.OIO.N, Cashier.
Kxamim-d ami fnund ennvrt:
(ii:olUK 1!. (WKTKH,
1!. A. CDOKK. iDirtHtoM II. II. AVALKEH, Auditor.
V. C. ATHKUTUN, )
SnWribod and sworn to before iue thin 2nd day of January, 1011.
J. D. MAP.QUKS,
Notary I'ublie, Firt Judicial Circuit, T. H.
1-t!, Fab. 10, 17. 21, March 3.
tcoaro easis&CB tbci
The annual meeting of the stock-1
Company will be held at the office
of its treasuer, Mr. G. N. Wilcox,
on Friday the 20th March, 1914,
at 9. a. m.
Lihue, March 6th. 1914
R. W. T. Purvis,
Secretary Kauai Telephone Com
All members of the Kauai Ath
letic Association are urged to be
present at the postponed meeting
of the Association to be held iu
Lihue at 7:30 next Saturday even
ing. Elmer E. Paxtou. for niney..ars
assistant manager of Alexander &
Baldwin, will leave that corpora
tion Anril 1 to become the head
of the Engels Coper Minn ng Co.,
with headquarters at San Francis
co. The Halsuninra murder case.
from the Waimea district court,
will come up in the Circuit Court
next Monday for trial by jury.
The following arrived by the W.
G. Hall this morning: M. B. Heu
shaw, Low Tie. T. Ozawa.
The tollowing will arrive by the
Kinau tomorrow morning: Miss S.
Purvis, Mrs. 1 L. Putiuan, J. M.
Kaneakua, R. S. Norris, Mrs. C.
B. Hofgaard, Theo. Martin. M A.
Nicholl, IT. M Harrison, Mrs.
Y. Ogawa and child.
Capital Paid Up ?000,000.00
CmliviiU'il I'rolitH lfil.S'.KS.Oti
Pension l'uud I0,l!)S.!i7
Letters of Credit Out
Ftaudhur. 73, 101 47
Dividends Uncalled for 1)12.00
Deposits .......... ..4,5o;!,5r)..81
fnt duly sworn, do solemnly swear
J. K. Naruse, doing busidess at
Pakala, 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, Crowem,,
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
sumed neither the debts
credits of the said Sun Kwong
Lee Wai Co.
Quong Sam Sing Co.,
By L. Ah Hoy, Manager.
In Tub Circuit Court Of Tub
Fihth 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 creditors of said de
ceased to present their claims duly
auuienucaieu and 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, February 2
Ivxectitor of the Will of Helen
McHutcheson Robinson, deceased.
Feb. 10-17-24, March 3-10.
Ye Mammoth Itegnl liootc now
hntiRS at tlie tnnuku-Kwa corner of
where Port and Hotel streets meet
(Pantheon nuilding). Itcniembcr
the new location when you write,
or when you come to the Capital.
AVe moved to lnrger quarters, in
a splendid building, because of in
creasing trade due to the renl
worth of thtf s.hoea we sell.
People are realizing more than
ever before thai Kegal .Shoes are
Oood Shoes until they are com
pletely worn out by long wear.
Yet they coit no more than
poorer shoes, and everybody in
the Territory pays the same price
for a pair.
AW pay all Parcel l'ot charges.
Regal Boot Shop
White Wings Soap;
rau m nana Soap ;
I Bar Soap
High Flight Flour
White River Flour
I F. L. Waldron, Ltd.
New Zealand butter is pure and
fresh by every steamer. Order it
from Silva's Kleele store. Advt.
The schooner Robert R. Hind,
which sailed from Ahukini January
2 1 , arrived at Willapa Harbor
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Equalization will meet at
the Tax Office, Honolulu, on March
9th, 1914, at 9:00 A. m.
T" t r
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii,
Treasurer's O ffl c e Honolulu,
March 2, 1914. March 3-10-17.
Kauai County Tax Rate
To owners of Real and Peisonal
Property, liable to taxation in the.
Fourth laxation Division, Coun
ty of Kauai:
The Tax Rate for the year 1914
made up, as required by Section
1212 of 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, Tanuary 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 o'i Kauai. Ring
up 83 W, Day o r night always
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Day and Night
Tel. 600 Lihue
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Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
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IHay, Grain and Chicken
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cooling Iron Hoofs. IVtulumu
cubatora and Brooders.
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P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Lihue Poultry Farm
P. O. I3ox 106.
To Prospective Builders
im pkizc WMvst PiYjcrt crjXKa
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Will prepare plans and specifica
tions for buildings of every descrip
tion. Will superintend construc
tion work anywhere in the Islands.
Prices Reasonable and Satisfaction
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