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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915
ON LIE COURTS
Red Crown has
lots of "pep"
if but burns clean.
afe Gasoline of Qualify II
Is refineVy gasoline every drop. if
VL " the best gasoline the Standard Al
Oil Company can make. Dealers j5
Sk Standard Oil Company vTmftSflJl
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Casings and Tubes and Sundry
For Sale by
Largest Cleaners and Most
S initarv Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
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High Class Work.
Lautvlry Returned by
Free of Charge
To All Towns On Kauai.
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777 King Street
The "best money in the
bank" is what you de
posit there regularly
either weekly or month
ly. This constantly grow
ing sum, plus the interest
it earns, will constitute
a "bulwark of defense"
against most any finan
Bishop 6k Co.
The O'Cedar Mop Makes
House Cleaning Easier
This woniWhil invention lias done
uwuy with the hard, hark-l.reakini;
work of oM. With it you make
iliitinir, denninc and polinhiiiif of
Honrs, n-storinj; old furniture, etc.
a delitrht. Simply pas the I'Ceilar
.Mop over tne noors, inouiiiint: or
furniture and every artiele of dirt
is taken up, the wood if jriven a
hard, duralile ami Itistintr ptilili.
Mop 4 Size." 7"e, 1.00, 1. :.'.", I..".0.
J'olish Sizes 'Sk; 50c, 1.00. 1.50,
53-1)5 King St. Honolulu
fitted by the I
give that long wear
which makes the
initial cost seem
REGAL SHOE STORE
Pantheon Iluililing Honolulu.
DELINQUENT WATER RATES
Notice is hereby given to the res
idents of Kalaheo, Lawai, Omao
and Koloa who are in arrears or
delinquent to the county of Ka
uai in the payment of water rates,
that their water will be discon
tinued unless they immediately
make settlement with the under
signed, J. I. Caldrira,
Superintendent Koloa, Oman
md Kahiheo Water Works.
Homestead, Kauai, March 1, 1915.
A ladies' singles and a men's
singles tennis tournament are be
inir played on the Lihue courts.
Not a great deal of interest has
been taken in these tournaments
so far by spectators, but this is
probably due to lack of publicity,
a s some splendid matches have
been played both by the ladies and
by the men, and some even more
exciting battles are expected to de
velop. With weather conditions
as ideal for tennis as they have
been for the last few days there is
n o reason why greater interest
should not be taken. All matches
are called for 4:30 in the afternoon
and a default is entered at once
when a player fails to show up on
The matches scheduled for this
afternoon are Miss Booge against
Miss Broadbent, in the ladies' and
C. S, Dole against S. E. Hanne
stad, in the men's tournament. On
account of t h e meeting of the
Mokihana Club tomorrow, the
ladies' match between Miss Mable
Wilcox anil Miss Amalie Grote,
scheduled for that day, will be
postponed until Friday, the 5th,
and two men's matches played to
morrow instead. Harrison Rice
against K. C. Hopper and the
winners of yesterday's matches
Both these are sure to be very
hot'v contested and will be well
worth seeing. Weather permit
ting, the finals in the men's tourna
ment will be played on Friday,
March 5th, and the ladies' on
Tuesday, March 9th.
Arrangements are being made to
have the much talked o f fence
moved out and to have the obstruc
tion to a clear view of the playing
from' automobiles, stationed out
side of the courts, removed. This
work is likelv t o be completed
very shortly, and is sure to render
tennis in Lihue more enjoyable
both to players and spectators.
THE MARCH TERM
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Waimea Wharf Survey
Surveyors E. C. Merrill and W
Hughes, of the public works de
partment, are completing surveys
at Waimea for the proposed new
wharf. Just when work on this
improvement will begin i s not
known, but, inasmuch as the
money has been made available by
the Kekaha Sugar Company, it is
assume 1 that there will not be un
The March term of the Circuit
Court will begin tomorrow, the
calendar being called at 9:30 o'
clock, The grand jury will be
charged at the sane time, and the
trial jury will be in attendance at
9:30 a. m. Friday. The following
cases are to come up for trial dur
ing the term:
JURY WAIVED CASES.
Maria Coito and Manuel Coilo
vs. Frank Fernandes.
Trespass. Chas. Blake, Esq.,
attorney for plantiff. Defendant's
appeal from Koloa District Court.
Tai Ting vs. Ah Yen.
Replevin. J. M. Kaneakna, Esq.
and C, S. Dole, Esq., attorneys for
plaintiff. S. K. Kaeo, Ivsq., attor
ney for defendant. Plaintiff's ap
peal from Hanalei District Court,
Associated Garage, Ltd. vs.
George A. Bertram.
Assumpsit. S. E, Hannestad,
Esq., attorney for plain till.
CRIMINAL CASES JURY.
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Henry Wai-au.
Forgery 2nd Degree. Commit
ment from Lihue District Court.
Ten. of Hawaii vs. Francisco
Vagrancy. Appeal from Waimea
District Court. S. E. Hannestad,
Esq., attorney tor defendant.
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Sasaki, Ko-
dama and Kidatnune.
Assault and Battery. Appeal
from Hanalei District Court.
Terr, o f Hawaii vs. Alfrada
Burglary 1st Degree. Commit
ment from Hanalei District Court.
Ttrr. of Hawaii vs. Antonio Icala
Murder Is t Degree, Commit
ment from Hanalei District Court.
Terr, of Hawaii vs, Nani Holi.
Sexual intercourse with female
undur 15 years. Commitment from
Waimea District Court.
Terr, ot Hawaii vs. Augustine
Burglary 1st Degree. Commit
ment from Koloa District Court.
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You save money in the long run
and avoid danger of fire or explosion
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Coming To Kauai
The Francis Dainty Company,
Arriving March 10. Will play Lihue,
Kealia, Koloa, Eleele, Makaweli
Features Sele&ed and Sent Over
by Eddie Fernandez
Lota's Hospital Bill
The bill introduced by Mr. Lota
in the Legislature, providing an
appropriation of $9,000 for a hos
pital for Hanalei and Knwaibau
districts, has for its object the en
largement of the present Hanalei
dispensary. It i s proposed t o
build new cottages there and in
crease the equipment.
Tickets Selling Fast
Tickets for the pioduction of
Annette Kellermann's "Neptune's
Daughter" and the Mary Pickford
film Friday and Saturday evenings
of this week are selling rapidly at
Lihue store, the start off being un
expectedly satisfactory. Tickets for
the Waimea exhibition on Monday
evening have been placed on sale
at the store of Hofgaard & Co.
Makes A Song Hit
Matk-Goldsmith Co., of Wash
ington, have prepared and will
shertly issue a song written by J.
A. Combs, of Makaweli, which
will make a "hit" both on the
mainland and in the islands. It is
entitled "The High Stars," the
words being by Mr. Combs and
the music by Carl Heil. The cov
er design is quite eleborate and
In The Circuit Court o f The
Fifth Circuit, Tkrritory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Gustav H. W. Hansen, deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Pe
tition for Administration.
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Helen E. Hansen, of Ke
kaha, Kauai, Hawaii, alleging that
Gustav II. W. Hansen, of Kekaha,
Kauai, Hawaii, died intestate a t
Kekaha, Kauai, Hawaii on the 11th
day of January, A. D. 1915,
leaving property in the Hawaiian
Islands necessary to be adminis
tered upon, and praying that Let
ters of Administration issue to her.
It is ordered that Ftiday, the 19th
day of March, A. D. 1915, at
10 o'clock A. M., be and hereby
is appointed for hearing said Peti
tion in the Court Room of this
Court at Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii,
at which time and place all per
sons concerned may appear and
show cause, if any they have, why
said Petition should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, Febru
ary 12, 1915.
(Sgd.) Lvi.r. A. Dickky,
Judge of the Circuit Couri of the
(Sgd.) I). Win. Dean.
Cleik of the Circuit Court ot the
Feb. 16-23. Mar. 2 9.
Gamblers Deposit $300
The Pakala camp gamblers,
mentioned in last issue, appeared
(or, a part of them the others
forfeiting bail) i n the Waimea
court on Tuesday and were fined
in various amounts, t h e ttal
reaching the sum of $300.
Driving Glove Between Lihue
Social Hall and Eleele Saturday
evening, a gents, black, gunnk-t
glove. Return to Garhkn Island
o like or to R. L. Hughes. Eleele.