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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY,' FEBRUARY 6, 1917
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K. C. HOPPER,
An Opiuion As To Neutrals
London The Manchester Guardian expresses the belief thai Presi
dent Wilson lias been assured that neutral powers will follow the aetion
of the United States. It'stntes that it has reason to believe that the re
ply of lhazil is in harmony with the attitude of America.
Situation In Philippines
Washington -The crews of German ships interned in the Philip
pines attempted to wreck the machinery of their vessels, but the author
ities took steps to see that this was not done.
British Vessel Sunk
London The British steamer Eavestone has been sunk. It is ofli
eially announced that an American sailor was killed by the shelling of
the small boats while leaving the ship. The captain was killed and
three others were wounded.
DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR 191
FOURTH TAXATION DIVISION, COUNTY OF KAUAI,
ISLANDS OF KAUAI & NIIHAU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII
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Effect In States
New York At Hat on House all Germans have been discharged from
employment in ami around the refinery of the Standard Oil Co.
Gerard Coming Home
American Ambassador Gerard has applied for safe conduct from the
Allies through the blockade.
A Hint of Peace , ,
Schuylkill Arsenal is placing orders for outfitting and arming 500,000
men, acting upon orders of the War Department.
Offers Made to Government
The Baldwin Locomotive works and Dupont Power works have of
fered the government their immense plants located throughout the
United States,' in case of need.
Two lnnuh'ed distilleries oiler their plants, to the government for
the manufaetuie of alcohol.
Immigration Bill Passes
Washington The bill restricting immigration was yesterday passed
over the President's veto by a vote of 01 to 19.
Pershing's Men Return
General Pershing crossed the border into the United Slates yester
day at the head of 10,000 men.
Islands Student Dead
Cambridge Randolph Hitchcock, a son of "Hex" Hitchcock, of
Molokai, died here yesterday.
To Equip Many Men
LondonNewspaper men here believe that Germany will patch up
peace with America. It is reported that she has made overtures and
concessions to the Scandinavian nations.
France Again Heard From
Berlin The Germans have recaptured ground east of Beaucourt.
Tho British lost heavily.
Berlin It is stated positively here that the determination is to en
force the plan of submarine warfare. This is absolute and final. The
chances of peace appear slight.
Aineriean Ambassador Gerard has practically decided to sail for
homo by way of a Spanish port.
German Merchantmen Seized
New York The navy authorities this evening seized seventeen Ger
man merchantmen interned in the bay. The crews were removed and
navy guards placed aboard.
The nolice are nuarding the German consulate.
The crews of German ships at Hobokon have been taken oil'. It is j
reported that they have wrecked the machinery of their ships. U. S.
marines have been placed on board.
In accordance with Section 1204, Revised Laws of Hawaii, 15)15.
the following list of delinquent taxpayers is hereby published, compris
ing taxes for the year 1'.) 10, remaining unpaid, on December 31, 1016,
including Advertising Costs, and Interest at the rate of 10 per annum
Non-Resident Mrs. Julia Bowers, Honolulu) Interest in IIii o
LovellJohn " ) Moloaa 12.45
" " LovellJohn Property at Papaa 6.85
Keonohi Kcaloha " $2.05-19151.70-1016 8.75
" Wood John " 5.10
Income Tax, William Gibb 8.70
Unknow Owners, Grant 2172 at Kalalau )
" Apanas 1 & 2 of R. P. 4035, L. C. A. 3404 )
East Waiakalua )
" L. C. A. 6046 & 6520 Pilaa )
" R. P. 4014, L. C. A. 6615 Papaa Uka ) 8.20
Unknown Owner Kanowanui, deceased. A Pali, Property of,
care Mrs. L. Kaio Administratrix, Asylum
Road, Honolulu, T. II.
" " Kanewanui, deceased, Property of Mrs. L.
Kaio, Administratrix, Asylum Road, Hono
lulu, T. II.
Keakaku, 366 Hobron Lane, Honolulu, Oahu
Kaaloa, Samuel, et al, Honolulu, Oahu
Hopkins, Chas K., Merchant and Bethel St.
" , " Keawe, George, Honolulu, Oahu
" " Kiaaina Nuuhiwa, Interest of.inWainihallui, Honolulu 8.55
Kelii Laulani Kanealii (w), Wainiha, Hanalei 1.30
Interest of Kalilikolo, deceased, in Ilui o Ilaena, care of Mrs.
liana Paikuku, Wainiha 3.55
" " Puulei, E. M., deceased, in Wainiha Ilui, care of
Mrs. E. M. Puulei, Wainiha IS. 05
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a correct list of the Delinquent
Taxpayers of the Fourth Taxation Division, Territory of Hawaii, for the
year 1016. to the best of my knowledge and belief.
Koloa, Kauai, January 20th, 1917.
J. K. Faulkv,
Assessor Fourth Division
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Catalog Prices Withdrawn
Owing to the great increase in material and manufacturing costs
during the pas! year, we have found it necessary to withdraw all
pubished catalog prices until further notice.
will be sent to any responsible resident of any of tho Islands, from
which selections may be made as though one were purchasing in the
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Jewelers and Plalimimsmilhs
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed Ancillary Adminis
trator of the estate of Carl O. Foss,
late of Kekaha, Kauai, deceased in
testate, hereby gives notice to all
persons having claims against said
estate to present the same, duly
verified and with proper vouchers
(if any exist), even though such
claims be secured by mortgage, to
the undersigned at his office, Mutu
al Telephone Building, Adams Lane,
Honolulu, T. II., within six months
from the date of tho first publica
tion of this notice, or they will be
All persons indebted to said es-
Itate arc hereby notified to make
immediate settlement to the undersigned.
Dated at Honolulu, T. H., this
18th. day of January, 1917.
L. M. Vktu:sox,
Consul of Norway.
Administrator of the estate of Carl
O. Foss, deceased, intestate.
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Hawaiian History, Hawaiian Manners, Shown in 50 Float, on
Monday afternoon, February 10, the Opening Day of the
U.V1,,' Reduction on
Hound Trip Slonnter
Tares From Island
$0.1.0 Hay- A
Keaon Ticket Tn
All Major Kvcnts'.
Fifty more Floats Depicting the Character
istic Beauties of other Lands Border
ing on the Pacific
Three Vivid Episodes
Princess Kapiolahi Defying the Goddess Pele
Kaniehameha the Great Holding High Court
Burning tho Idols that No Longer Terrified
Three Historic Landings
Captain Cook's Landing of Discovery on Hawaii
Kaniehameha's Landing of Conquest on Oahu
The Missionaries Landing at Kailua
Three Typical Industries
Building an Outrigger Canoe for the High Chief
Building the First Ukulele made iir-the Islands
Pounding Poi, the Staple of Life in the Islands
See these and Fifty-one others in the Af
ternoon. Join in the pursuit of King Pili
kia in the morning. Dance with every
body at the Ball of All Nations on the
MONDAY, FEBRUARY 19
12 M Landing of the Kings of ihe Car
nival Free. Foot of Fort St.
3 P. M. Pan-Pacific Pageant Palace
Gronmls. IUwrved Seat -o rents.
8 P. M. Ball of all Nations Palace
TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 20
3 P. M. Hawaiian Pageant At Kapio
lani Park. Kes-crved Seat l.(IO.
8:15 P. M. Night in Hawaii liijim
Theater. Hes-rved Sea $1.00.
WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 21 j
12 M. Hibiscus Show In Piin-Pacilic
Pavilion, ltislioji Square , opositcl
the Young Hotel. Admii-i-ioii L'.V. j
8 P. M. Army and Navy Service Ball.
Ily invitation only. .. u. 11. Ar
mory. , J
Band Concert Palace irotlllds hy
military hands and the Itoyal Ha
waiian Band. Reserved Seat 1'oc.
t Thursday, February 22, Washington's
9:30 A. M. Military Review The hig
K"t annual Army Parade held
anywheie m the United Slates.
I'c-vrved Seat iV.
1:30 P. M. Swimming Meet First day.
At (ioverninont Slip, toot of Ala
hea St. Hci-erved Soat SI. 00.
8 P. M. Japanese Lantern Parade A
river oi lire jmtirint: down the
street. Reserved Seat IV.
9 P. M.-Madjed Ball In N. i. II.
Armory. Kveryhody invited. Ad
mission $1.00 Boxes (if li ,-oats
So. 00 additional.
FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23
1:30 P M.Childrcns Festival. - A I Pu
nahmi. Itei-ened Seat Vie.
9 P. M. - Directors' Ball - N. (i. JI.
Aimory. 'By invitation on'v
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 24 '
1:30 P. M. . Swimmi-g Mivl-- Part
(ioveriimeiit Slip. Foot of ,hi
l;ea St. Iic-crvcd Seat 81.00.
8 P. .M. - Water Pageant - Piers 7, S
and 0. Honolulu Harbor, lie
served Seat $1.00.
Seat Reservations can 'be obtained by Addressing
noxoLULr, t. ir.
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