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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 02, 1915, Page 2, Image 2',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 2, 1915
The Honolulu Iron Works Com-
pany Solicit Correspondence and jj
Territorial taxes on Kauai this,
year will be increased .05 ot cue'
per. cent , or from 1.3 to 1.3S5.
The net assessable valuation of i
property in 1914 was 5l5,.Vi
will gladly furnish estimates re
lative to the modern equipment
of mills and fadorics.
and 11 ie pio rata of taxes to Ik
raised from Kauai is J?J1 2,422.
The Territorial Treasurer's basis
of computation works out as fol
lows in regard to Kauai:
Net ii.-wv-wit miIi.o 1 ; 1 4 m. :'"(.. ;-,-. ii'
For r;ii iiv, .7 Is.; lm
.(iii'i." mti'i ... . i.:
Act I l", S. I.. I:U 1 :
Fur nirivnt x n -i i
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Fur I'lTiii.iMciil i in r i--
IIM'MH, I -licit" i.-cclit. L'.'i.'ilir. I"i
For scl I liiiililiiiu'-'.
Act Hli' s. !.. IIM.:. . I'-.i .-.ii.iin
Siilnii iinii ."i.
Fur inccn si ami sink-
ins! Fuinl, Icrrilmial
linmi-i i 1 1 1. 7
l-nr Ki'lionl salaries, etc. ii.s.l-ss. l'.i
Fur asscssiiiii ami il-
l-vtiiijj taxi- .. -- l".s:'7.iii'
The greatest increase in the taU
is mi the island ot Hawaii, with
Maui a ch se second, and Kauai
beiiiR "touched" the lightest.
The Treasurer holies, under lii
new selicdnle, to raise $2..l7,y47
10 from -real and personal pioperH
alone in the Islands.
White Woman wants position as
housekeeper. Is expert cook,
accustomed to entertaining. Can
Address: M. M.N., this office.
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HONOLULU K0NU.KENT WORtS, Ltd.
I'. (I. I'.iix 41)1 llnmiliilil.
Miss Florence Oakley, leading lady of the Players All Star
Company, shortly to appear in the principal theaters of Kauai.
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! Alabama Has Gone Dry
j (Published by ierjuet.)
This makes fifteen Stales of the
; I'liion that have banished King
1 Alcdiol- two more than the ori
ginal thirteen Stales that banished
King George, an containing fullv
isix nines uie popiuanon. i ne
: roll of honor is as follows: Maine,
1 Kansas, North Dakota, Oklahoma,
I Mississippi, Ocorg'a, Tennessee,
j North Carolina, Virginia, West
j Virginia Arizona, Colorado, Ore
igon, Washington and Alabama.
j Since 1907 Alabama has had a
local option law for counties 17
of which have taken advantage of
the law and nine became drv.
One voted for the dispensary pro
vision and seven for open saloons,
in 19 )8 a prohibitory law for the
entire State went into effect, but
on account of the pressure brought
to bear by the strongly intrenched
liquor interests an amendment was
submitted in 1909 which rendered
a prohibitory provision non-effective.
Since that time, the temper
ance forces had lost their courage
to some extent, while the liquor
interests grew stronger and bold-
Supervisor Francis Oay returned' D. 1!. Murdoch, travelling audi-1 Morc "ccul,V. lever, the
to Kauai last Wednceday and will! tor for AV.v:!,d..i K lJabiwin, is tide turned and now press dispatch
le present at the meeting of super-! 11 il h.usi!11 lo aVai' iam,on,,ccs lllc tact tl,at th,s rcat
'""''k ' "'!i'ioi j rotate containing a population ot
IWedmsdav. j 2,138,000 has gone dry. This
' will mean four large distilleries
going out of commission, and
several hundreds of saloons.
I It is quite evident that the great
movement in favor of a saioonless
nation in the very near future is
making tremendous headway.
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Paper Bags, Twines,
1 TIIK TKKUITUKY
MAIL (iKDKltS PUOMITI.Y
PAPER CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Street!
GEO. G. GUILD. Vice Pre & Mgr
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
1 1 1 1 -1 1 : 1 1 i i i ii I Shirk. Poultry Fund
nnd other spi-emlties. Arabir for
rmiliiiL' Troii RouI'h. IVtalnnia In
ruliatnirt mid liroodrrs.
Kino's Simxi.m. Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
Conned up a centrifugal pump
to a Westingkouse Motor
and your irrigation troubles are
Let our expert ex
plain why, in detail
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
George Webb, head of the Havers All Star Company, schedul
ed for a season on Kauai, beginning with Wainua February 17.
a S3 t i . ATI. ' '. fc- ,i I
Flatdwtll -"It's so close in here; can't you let in a little fresh air?"
Mrs. Flatdwtll (absently) "No; there's absolutely n,t rocm for an
Red Cross Benefit
A btntfit for the American Red
Cross Society is to be given under
the auspices f Mokihana Club,
at "Kilohana," the home of Mrs.
Albert Wilcox, n e x t Saturday
evening. There will be a musical
program followed b y a dance,
where, b'-sides the regular waltz
and two step, there will be an op
portunity to see some of the new
fancy dances rendered by members
of Miss Carol how's classes. Ke
I'k .-liineuls will be served, and
there will be also a sale of leis and
c.ind v .
Admission ?1.00. Tickets now
KVKRYTHINO IN THK
Sn.vi'R and Gold Link,
Rich Ci'T Glass and
micro! andisk of tiif,
Ui-st Quality Only.
P. O. liox 342 Honolulu
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS
OF 1915 TAX RATE.
The Real and Personal property
of the Fourth Taxation Division
will be taxed at the rate of $1.38', 2
per hundred, $13.85 per thousand,
dollars valuation, for the purposes
net forth in Section 5 of Act 145,
Session Laws 1911; to wit:
For Current F.xpenses of County;
For Permanent Iuiprovemets;
For Interest and Sinking Fund on
Ponds allowed to County:
F o r Assessing a 11 d Collecting
J. K. parley.
Assessor Font th Taxation Division.
Koloa. Kauai, January 28, 1915.
Up-to-date Livery, Drayiug and Hoarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THKIR DESTINATION IN TURKIC HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
All the Big
If you attend any of the
big college games von will find
that the ball almost invariably
used is the REACH 0--liiAlS!rZ Sl
AMERICAN LEAGUE BAI.L.jJ! V k -v$.
College men won't have nvthine'V i??','a
The Kesicik bmi
Coilejte men know l..o Vm- u.c Kach Hall lias b-. n n lm.t t .
American Lcaimr lur UiijeaiJ. an 1 i the ,1 j,..- ' N
.ball can l uwl hi any i.eavn: Kiime. I'l iv? rvc.y u-iii-c Ji
i rt!' KeMh M sU Sai.rlla-1 Codi h a oiiarann c ol oiiaPly- It
isl Th i krii i.i.-i "717 Y,"""' .J m
. r i.i. a.i i.
mu-n auuiuri ul ll Ainer.i iui Incm-. Ilii., al, i,r!,l... ,f
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
l lie rccOff. Mm
H ulld't f JM
Land Patents Issued
Governor Finkham has isued
the following additional patents to
parties on Kauai:
Lydia Meheula, for lot 10, block
C. Kapaa, Puna, Kauai, and 6278,
to Ike Kim, for lot 2, Mock O,
Kapaa, Puna, Kauai.
For A.-No. 1 Tools
That is, Tools such as a master mechanic
would be glad to specify and use cn a
job he thought a lot of Tools fcr eveiy
purpose for every trade write to
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
177 King Street