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THK GARDEN ISLAND. TUK-SDAY, FEBRUARY 2o, 1)17.
III THE PACIFIC
Tenders School Desks
10 tn The tannics
1m sp. )
tiizl.M.. D. C. Feb. 1 Capt.
i;. .1 ,. it Dollar, one of tin- big f-liip
own. rs of the Paeilic Coast, has been
in attendance at tin- annual liiect
injr of tlo- United States Chamber
of Commerce. In an interview given
ly l.ini while I'.i-ro lu- sai-1: "An
Aniciican merchant marine! It is
absolutely impossible under exist
ing o -ii. lit ions. I do not see any
relief in r-i-it from Congress, and
so long a- tin- pre-, lit laws remain
in force tli. iv is no possibility of
building up an American lini- of
men hard -nameis for foreign om
in. roe. Tin- a.-t known as tin- I. a
Foll. tti- seaman's law is responsible
for inu.-h of the damage. Since t in-Kuvop'-.ni
war began tin- Ann-i'ii-an
il ;i lia- practically ceased to tly in
tin- Pacific foreign trade. I think
there may be one vessel living tin-Star-
and Stripe-. Before the war,
according to tin- figures of the De
partment ..f Comim-ree, the percen
tage of Am. ricrn vessels engaged in
foreign commerce in tin- Pacific was
'Jo. lo. On May 1 of last year this
percentage had fall, n to 1.1)7. The
Japanese tonnage had increased
from if..! I.") at the time of the out
break of the war to oO.OH, and it is
now probably CO per cent. The
British tonnage had increased from
'J'.l.oS to oT.O'.i, while the German
tonnage engaged in foreign com
merce had fallen nlT from IS. 17 to
nothing, while the Dutch have come
into 10.0 1 percent of the business.
"These figures prove that then
is ii.. eluu'ee of building up an
American merchant marine for
foreign trade so long as shipowners
are hampered by laws. '"
The Hoard oT Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, at Lihue, T. II.,
will receive bids up to 1(1 o'clock
A. M. of March 7th, for furnishing
the following school desks:
7") No. ( single desks.
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Delivery to be made F. O. H.
I'ort Allen, after being checked by
a representative of the successful
.). II. MoK.MiXK,
County load Supervisor.
Feb. '0-'7. Mar. !.
Dr. Hranch. tin- dentist, will be
at Waitnea lfotel from Monday,
Feb. 2ith. to Sunday. March 1th.
In- Tun Circtit Cch-kt ok Thk
Fii-th Circuit, Tkrritory
" ' jj
lirig. (ion. Samuel I. .lohnson,
commanding the National Guard of
Hawaii, is ereditted with making
tin- highest score on record in' the
United States in rille shooting.
General .bihiison, shooting over the
'"expert course" at the National
Guard target range, near Honolulu,
made a score of 2N('iout of a possible
."00 points. That was three points
better than the previous record high
mark of 2v5, made recently by
Sergt. James II. Burns, of Company
A, 2-V.h 1'. S. Inf. In practice shoot
ing. General Johnson several time
exceeded 2'-M), but those scores wen
not ucceiited as otlieial.
Army and Nany Journal,
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Kstate of
Mary Yoslnoka anagihara, of
Kilauea, Kauai, deceased.
Order of notice of hearing peti
tion for administration,
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Kitchitaro Yanagihara, of
Kilauea. Kauai, alleging that Mary
Yoshioka Yanagihara,, of Kilauea,
Kauai, died intestate at said Kila
uea, on the 31st day of December,
A. D. 1916, leaving property in
the Hawaiian Islands necessary to
be administered upon, and praying
that letters of administration issue
to him, the said Kitchitaro Yana-gihara.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
24th. div of March, A. D. 1917.
t 9 o'clock A. M.,be and here
y is appointed for hearing said
petition in the court room of tills
court at Lihue, Kauai, at which
time and place all persons concern
ed may appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition
should not be granted, and that
notice of this order be published
in the English language for three
successive weeks in the Garden
Island newspaper in Lihue.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, February
(Sgd.) Lvl?. A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. W.M. Dkav,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the
Feb. 20-27, March 6-13.
(Special C'.vfe.-n.n.leiH-e of Tim (i.uuir.s
Washington, D. C, Jan. :'.(). D.
II. McAdam of this city is to In
nominated by the President as post
master at Honolulu. Mr. McAdam
for some years was the Washington
Correspondent of the St. Louis lie
public and later was publicity agent
for the Postollice Depart m. ht. Din
ing tin- recent presidential campaign
In- was employed in the puhlicit
bureau . f the Democratic National
C. Mil lllittee.
Supplies For N. G. H.
Evidence that Washington is not
overlooking the National Guard
Hawaii ill the general movement
f..r preparedness is being receive,
her.- with the arrival of every stt am
t. Clothing in great quantitic
ineluding shoes and light under
clothing, has arrived in abundance
Tin- guard has more .-ueh i ipiipm.-ii
n. iw than it has ,Ver had, and it i
the tir.-t time it has ever been fur
ni-li.d with -In.. -, ,-oeks and und. r
Advei-tisi r (Honolulu. )
'Cl . . '.II 1 I ... i
1 l.i le ll! l.e .1 liele lll Malice gIV
el. at lh.- M.-rris., i, hall, Makaweli
February 'J !, 11)17, at S::;n. 'l'h
pr .e, , d- to be u-e.l lo l.iiv a seho.
phonograph Adini-.-ioii ..,, ,,,.
iar a coi:;.!.-. All 1 1 i. ml- cordially
lv run Ciucrir Court o v Thk
Fifth JrniciAi. CiKcrrr,
Territory of Hawaii.
ARE THE BEST
Sold by all leading stores
i ivieai ,o
Honolulu, T. H.
iELINOUENT TAX LIST FOR 1916
FOURTH TAXATION DIVISION, COUNTY OF KAUAI,
ISLANDS OF KAUAI & NIIHAU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In accordance Willi section i-.m, lu-viseu i.aws oi ji.iwau, FX
.. .. ,, t . j i it. .. ... . :. i i i.i:. i....i ...... ra
llio lollOWlllg lisi oi iii iiiupieui taxpayers is neieo iiuiiuii.-.., '
uig taxes for the year J'.llb, remaining unpaid, on Kecemher .ii, i.nn,
including Advertising Costs, and Interest at the rate of 10 per annum
Non-Pesid nt Mrs. Julia Powers, Honolulu) Interest in Hui o
LovellJolm " ) Ml'.-"
Lovell John "' Proerty at Papaa C.S.")
Keonohi Kcaloha " ?2.0"--l'.Ho 1 .7(t-l'.M(i :?.7.")
" " Wood John
Income Tax, William (libb
I'nknow Owners, (Irant 2172 at Kalalau
" Apanas 1 & 2 of I'. P. KW."), L. C. A. :!
11 L. C. A. ')( Jii & (i.')2'.) Pilaa
" P. P. 4011, L. C. A. ('oir Papaa I'ka
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
nnie Paknuila Kauhoe (w) of Ka
pan, Kauai, deceased testate.
t inter ot notice ot hearing petition
for probate of will.
A document purporting to be tin
last will and testament of Annie
Pakatlila Kauhoe (w) deceased, hav
ing on the ilav of February, A.
1). 1M17, been pr.-seiit.-d to said
Probate Court, and a petition for
the probate thereof, and f..r the in
suance of letters testamentary to J.
Mahiai Kaneakua, of Kapaa, Coun
ty of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
having been filed by the said J. Ma
It is hereby ordered, that Satur
day, the -Jlth. day of March, A. D.
1'.'17, at o'clock a. m., of said
day, at the court room of said court ,
ot Lihue, County of Kauai, be and
the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for proving -aid will
and hearing said application
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, February,
Uy the Court,
(Sgd) D. Wm. Di:a.,
F.b. jn-L'7. March r,-l;;.
Unknown Owner Kanewanui, deceased. A Pali, Property of,
care Mrs. L. Kaio Administratrix, Asylum
Load, Honolulu, T. II. 2.m
'" " Kanewanui, deceased, Pioperty of Mrs. L.
Kaio, Administratrix, Asylum Road, Hono
lulu, T. H.
Non Resident Keakaku, olid Hobron Lane, Honolulu, Oahu
" Kaaloa, Samuel, ct al, Honolulu, Oahu
Hopkins, Chas K., Merchant and P.eth. l St.
" Keawe, (ieorg.-, Honolulu, Oahu 1.70
" " Kiaaina Nuuhiwa, Interest of.in Wainiha Hui, Honolulu s.'tn
Kelii Laulani Kan.-alii (w), Wainiha, Hanalei 1.:10
Interest of Kalilikolo, deceased, in Hui o Haena, care of Mrs.
liana Paikuku, Wainiha li.'w
" " Puulei, K. M., d.-ceased, in Wainiha Hui, care of
Mrs. K. M. Puulei, Wainiha IS.!)')
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 l'.Hl'.. to the best of my knowledge and belief.
,. K. Faih.kv,
Assessor Fourth Division.
Fundamentally right from the first,
it has simply been passing ever
since through a period of progress
ive -and probably endless-evolution.
In spite of a continuous process of im
provement, not one radical chance has
been made since the first car was built,
Tin- gasoline ciisuMitimi in umiHiuilly
low. The tire mileage is unusually liifh.
The price- of the Touring Car or Road
ster complete is ?7s. (f. o. Ii. Dot roil f.
DODGE BROTHERS, DETROIT.
THE von HAMrVS-YQUNG CO., LTD.
Koloa, Kauai, January 20th, 11H7.
A. (I. Iloitleson, r. pr. sentati(
of tin Hawaii Meat Co., Ltd. Hono
lulu, ua.- one al' the Kinau .a-.-1 n-g.-i-s
on her rough trip la.-t Wednes
day. .Mr. Loll I, .-on say.- it was
s. Hue trip.''
J. I. Silva, Prop.
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