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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1916
lists Of Jurors
(Continued from page 1.)
John do Canilira Jervis Homostcnd
Andrew K. Keoiki Wainica
1). Lyon Kleele
.1. J. Marques Homestead
Alex. M. McBryde do
II. P. Moler do
J. C. Mount do
Theo. Pncheeo Hanapcpe
l'hilip K. I'alama 1 Iotnestead
(J. Pillar Kleele
Pick Roder do
K. Roendahl do
II. 11. Sniytho do
('. Dillingham do
Antone M. Souza Koalia
Joe M. Soma Eleelle
F. (i. L. Zoller do
lh vmaii Brandt Koloa
Herman Bitsch do
(iustav llackharth do
Fred llackharth do
lleiuicli L. Kuhluian do
Tail Undcnian do
V. ('. Iteiehelt do
E. Keyher do
P. A. Romano do
II, X. Titnniertnan do
Richard H. Whittington Makaweli
E. II. Broadbent Lihue
('. S. Christian do
A. (lamlall do
V. II. (irote do
Hairy lloe do
K. t Hopper do
A. Klussman do
J. M. Lydgnte do
('. II. Wilcox h
Viin Tim do
E. M. Cheatham Koalia
.1. I J. Cummings do
J. R. Fcarthorstoiu' do
X. llunlley do
I. K. Kaauwai do
L. J. Mundon do
llonry Puni do
Alex. Stool do
C. Ahrens . Kilauoa
Goo. Akana do
T. K. Buch do
(i. V. Mahikoa Kilauoa
Frank Riodel do
(ioo. Titcoinh do
W. F. SanlKirn Hanalci
J. P. Alohikoa Lihuo
Fred Deincrt do
Robert Fountain do
J. L. Iljorth do
Fred Eggorking do
II. C. Sheldon Koalia
C. E. French do
Grand Jury List
(iustav A. Androsen Kokaha
Louis Brvant do
William Danford do
T. E. A. L. Kruse Waimea
Louis Soghorn do
Axel B. Blackstad do
Martin 0. J. Blackstad do
S. Kainakauahi Ilandohott do
E. E. Mahlum do
(ioo. Iluddy Makaweli
U. N. Oliver Waimea
M. J. Peroira Makaweli
A. F. Rohinsou do
Manuel Silva, Jr. Waimea
Luther Waiamau do
J. A. Akina do
F. Weber do
Henry Wong Wa do
William Wright do
S. J. Aiu Makaweli
P. E. Baldwin do
A. ('. Raiiham do
E. i. K. Peverill do
F. Carter Li hue
E. de Lacy d
A. P. Hills do
F. C. Morrow do
II. A. Rnhrig do
E. ). Thurtell do
W. X. Stewart do
R. P. Isreal Keali
E. W. Kopke ' do
C. B. Make.- ilo
F. R. Tracy do
S. W. Meheula do
Herman Huddy Kilauoa
J. R. Myers do
Robert Xakea do
William Ellis, Jr. Lihuo
E. C. Fountain do
P. J. Jarvis do
Harry Oneha, Jr. Makaweli
W. K. Schultz Kokaha
('. W. Smith Makaweli
J. H. Boh; Eleele
Joe do Costa do
(ioo. B. Leavitt do
II. A. Moler do
E. Cropp Kolna
(ioo. Maiolm Koloa
The following letter has been
sent out to officeis of the Kauai
battalion of the National Guard:
Brigadier-General Samuel I.
ohnson, Adjutant-General N. G.
H., will arrive at Lihue on the
morning of Wednesday, January
19, accompanied bv the following
Captain C.S. Lincoln. U. S. A.,
Inspector-Instructor, who will
make the annual Federal inspec
tion of the companies of the bat
talion at that time;
Colonel Baldwin, commander of
the Third Regiment, N. G. H.;
Captain Tenhallow, Quartermas
ter Third Regiment. N. G. II.
A tentative itinerary has been
made out for these officers while
on Kauai. Any suggestions of al
terations or amendments from
commanding officers will be ac
ceptable, but must be received at
these headquarters not later than
p. m.. Saturday, January 15.
The tentative itinrrary is as fol-
Wednesday evening, January
19, inspection Company C, at Ka-
Thursday evening, January 20,
nspection Company D, at Kealia;
Friday evening, January 21, in
spection Company A, at Lihue;
Saturday evening, January 22,
nspection Company B, at Lihue;
Sunday, January 23 (hour later)
nspection Company B, at Maka
Sunday, January 23 (hour later)
nspection Company F, at Waimea.
Monday evening, January 24,
inspection staff and line officers,
Monday evening. January 24,
banquet to visiting officers, at Li
By order of Major Broadbent,
L. D. Timmons.
First Lieutenant and Adjutant,
1st. bat., 3rd. Regiment, N. G. Hf
Queen Buys Auto
Honolulu Queen Liliuokalani,
Hawaii's former ruler, has discard
ed the royal horse-drawn coach of
state, which for a quarter of a cen
tury has been a familiar figure on
Honolulu's thoroughfares, for a
mdern type of motor car, the side
of which now bears the crest of
the beloved ruler of the Hawaiians.
The monogram is formed of the
first hye letters ot the queen s
name, "Liliu." Tke machine is
a late model seven-seated passenger
car. It will be operated by a mem
ber of the royal household, who
has been given thorough instruc
tion in the management of the car.
The new car will be kept at Wash
ington Place, the present home of
Punahou To Train
Punahou Academy, Honolulu,
will actually take on a little mili
tary exercise (provided no more
scare-heads appear in the news
papers), according to the follow
ing extract from a letter:
"Oahu College has inaugurated
a course of semi military training
the lirst drill having been held on
Thursday of last week. Of the
several hundred boys in the school
eligible to take the drill, only nine
were excused upon the request o
their parents. This new system
of athletic training will be in vogue
until the close of the pieseu
school term, after which the Itrus
tees of the school will decide
whether it shall become permanent
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning: C
L. Hall, A. S. Wilcox, Mrs. A. S
Wilcox. C. B. Blum. L. P. Kil
lam, C. C. James, Mrs. J. W. Ash,
Mrs. F. C. Christian, F. B. Cross
grove, I. M. Kamaipio. Mrs. Ka
maipio, Masters Kamaipio (2), C.
Akina, Y. Inoul, A. S. Prescott,
G. B.Curtis. Miss J. M. Soper,
H. W. Kinney. M. Goldfogler.
F. Goodwin, C. S. Dole, Mrs.
Harada, T. Harada, Mnster Hara
da, II. Vincent. II. Mashita, K.
Shilaya, C S. Si-.i,.
The following deed has been
filed at the bureau of conveyances
A M KUHAULUA & WF to
Maria F. Bettencourt Grant 6340
Kapaa, Kauai. Jan. 4, 1916. $460.
Stkamkrs To Arrive.
Date Xamb For
an. 18 Sliinyo Mum ...Hongkong
IS Sierra . Sydney
24 Sononm ... San Francisco
'25 Manna 1. San Francisco
2ti Niagara - Vancouver
27 Seattle Marti Moji
2i Nippon Mam ....San Francisco
Feb. 1 Matsonia San Francisco
1 (4t Northern San Francislm
4 Maknra Sydney
5 V S A T Logan Manila
C Persia Mam Hongkong
8 VonturuJ Sydney
8 Lurlinc San Francisco
11 Sliinyo Mam San Francisco
14 Sierra San Francisco
15 Willielniina San Francisco
15 Cliiyo Mam.' Hongkong
15 U S A T Thomas San Francisco
21 Gt Northern San Francisco
22 Manoa Sau Francisco
2.5 Maknra anconver
2o China Hongkong
ill Sniiiiiim ..Sydney
2!) Matsonia fcan r raiicnco
". Persia Slam San Francisco
Stkamers To Depart
Date Namis For
Jan. 24 Sonoma Sydney
2(i Wilhelmina San Francisco
2( Niagara Sydney
28 Seattle San Francisco
.'! Nippon Mam Hongkong
Feb. 1 Manoa San Francisco
4 (it Northern ...San Francisco
4 Maknra Vancouver
5 U SAT Logan San Francisco
( Persia Maru San Francisco
8 Ventura San Francisco
!-- -Matsonia San Francisco
11 Sliinyo Maru Hongkong
14 Sierra Sydney
15 I.urline San Francisco
15 Chiyo Maru ..San Francisco
16 U SAT Thomas Manila
23 Wilhelmina San Francisco
2:1 Makura Sydney
25 China San Francisco
2(1 (U Northern San Francisco
2!) Sonoma San Francisco
29 Manoa San Francisco
29 Persia Mam .Hongkong
The Legislature of 1915 having
appropriated the sum of $2500 to
pay bounties for the extermination
of mongoose, notice is hereby giv
en that a bounty of ten cents will
be paid for each mongoose head
produced and delivered according
Such heads shall be delivered to
the tax assessor of the division
where caught, together with
statement under oath specifying
the amount of bounty claimed and
setting forth that the mongoose
from which such heads were taken
were killed within such taxation
division within sixty days next
preceding the date of such deliv
C, J. McCarthy.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii
Jan. 11-18-25. Adv.
THE BANK OF
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Statement of Condition at close of business December 31, 1915.
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts $5,:i04.4;54.
Bonds 1, 522, tM i:;.
Hank Premises, Honolulu 5li,ti::5.
Hank Premises, Libue Brunch 11,(125.
Customer's liabilities Under I'tters of Bredit 54,:!90.
Other Assets 2,95(1.
Cash and Due from Banks 2,185, 4(K!.
Capital Paid Up fiiOu.Oou,
Surplus and Undivided Profits 755,240,
Pension Fund 4I,85;1,
letters of Credit Outstanding 154, H90,
ltescrvcd for Interest 12,0(10,
Dividends Uncalled For 4(10
Deposits 7,772. HU,
City and County of Honolulu 1
Territory of Hawaii, J
I, A. U-wis, Jr., Vice-President and Manager, being first buly sworn,
solemnly swear that the above is true to the licst of my knowledge and lielicf.
A. I.KWIS, JR.,
Vice-President and Manager
F.xamimed and found correct:
K. F. BISHOP,
J. A. McCANDLKSS,
It. A. COOKK,
Directors. ZENO. K. MYKRS, Auditor.
SubscriU'd and worn to liefore me this Itrd day of January, 191(1.
J. D. MAl:rKS
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit, T.
C. II. Cooke, President; K. D. Tcnney, Vice-President ; A. lvis, Jr., Vice
dent and Manager; F. B. Damon, Cashier; (i. (i. Fuller, Asst. Cash-
: u kf.i, ... .. ,
ui, ii. mii . orriKiou, .asm. i asnier; rraiiK i rawioru,
Cashier, l.ihue Branch 'A. K. Myers, Auditor.
II (WLo I'n.wi. limt V M Titi.tuttr Vi.... i. 1. ... v.i.. x. . ....... i i
Lewis, Jr.. Vice-President and Manager; C. II. Atherton, Treas. Kwa P
tion Co.. Ltd.; K. F. Bishop, President C. Brewer - Co., Ltd.; F. V.
Ii..... I :i.l... f..v..:n . , :i , . , , . ......
iiiim, mi., i.ii. iij, .,ii:.,-ui i.iony, 1 1 1 ill, j ill ii ; .1. A . -MCI .aildless,
tor of Oahu Sugar Co. ; (ieo. U. Carter, Director Hawaiian Trust Co.,
U. A. Cooke, President Hawaiian Fleet lie Co., Ltd.; F. B. Damon, Ca
F. C. Atherton, Director J. 11. Atherton 1-iHtate, Ltd.
Notice ok Sale of Real Prop
erty for Delinquent Taxes:
To the Heirs of Mrs. Hoopii
Cummings o f Honolulu, Oahu.
I, J. K. Farley, Tax Assessor
Fourth Taxation Division, County
and Island of Kauai, Territory f
Hawaii, hereby give notice that I
will, in pursuance of the provision
of Section 1292 of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii, upon the 27th
day of January 1916, at 12 o'clock
noon, in front of the post office at
Keaba. Kawaihau District, Kauai,
sell all the right, title and interest
of the Heirs of Mrs. Hoopii Cum
mings in L. C. A. 5105 granted to
Kahaiola, at Anahola, and R. P.
6103 L. C. A. 7583 granted to
Kuheleloa at Papaa. in Kawaihau
District, County and Island of
Kauai, at public auction to the
highest bidder for cash, to satisfy
the lien for taxes thereon, togeth
er with interest, penalties and
cor.ts, as follows:
Taxes assessed upon the said
real property ai of January 1st,
1914 and 1915.
1914 1st Payment
A total of $10.40 together with
the costs and expenses of this sale.
The Heirs of Mrs. Hoopii Cum
mings, deceased, (Mrs. Hoopii
Cummings was assessed on Jan
uary 1st, 1914 and 1915; she died
at Honolulu on December 1 8th,
1915.) the person assessed as the
owner of said property, and from
the taxes aforesaid arc due, and
all other persons having interest
in the above described property
are hereby warned, that unless the
foregoing taxes with all interest
penalties, costs, expenses a n d
charges are paid before the time
herein specified foi the sale there
of, the property herein ndveitiseri
for sale will be sold as advertised
Dated at Koloa, Kauai, Decern
ber 3t, 1915.
J. K. Farley,
Assessor Fourth Taxation Divi
Advt. Jan. 4-11-18-25.
Kauai ladies visiting Honolulu
should call at the Fleur de Lis
(under Blaisdell Hotel, first door
in Chaplain lane) for hairdressing,
shampooing, manicuring and scalp
Get the tools adapted to
Stanley tools for carpenters
Starrett tools for machinists
We welcome mail orders
J Lewers& Cooke, Ltd.
I Lumber and Building Materials.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No'. 102.
When You Come To Honolulu
Or ship freight from or to the City, you require the ser
vices of Reliahle Expressmen. We meet all steamers from Ka
uai and are prepared to respond promptly to calls from Kauai
people at the hotels or elsewhere, or to carry out orders by mail.
Mail instructions just as good as personal interviews. Give us
your orders and we will do the rest.
We are backed by our reputation for promptness and re
liability. THE RELIABLE TRANSFER COMPANY,
M. E. Gomes, Jr. Proprietor, Honolulu.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Maying
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vegetable.
The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by. straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco gives pastrv a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richnessat smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter hills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI. KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
AUTOMOBILES AND LIGHT
PIERCE ARROW, HUDSON, STUDEBAKER. OVERLAND
AND FORD CARS, FEDERAL AND
Goodyear Tires and Tubes
The Best in the Market for the Money.
Agents for Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd.
at Nawiliwili, Kauai.