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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. MARCH 13, 1917,
(Ppcrinl (nrrccpDiiilcticc of Tun (i.uiiMX
Washington, D.C. Feb. Hi. Mrs.
Willinni Haywood, whose, late hus
band was United States Consul to
Hawaii prior to Annexations gave
an entertainment last evening wliieh
was distinctly Hawaiian. Describ
ing the function n local paper today
The hull room in the residence of
Mrs. William Haywood was the scene
last evening of one of the most beau
tiful dances of the season, when Mrs.
Howard Hume, Mrs. Haywood's
daughter: Miss Margaret McOhord
and Miss Uutli Hitchcock entertain
ed about 2'y guests at a Hawaiian
ball. The decorations were Hawaii
an, with tropic foliage and pictur
esque thatched huts, and the cos
tumes worn were unique ami artis
tic. A Hawaiian orchestra station
ed in a rustic house on the stage
played until 1 o'clock, then another
orchestra was substituted for the
rcmaindei of the evening. In one
corner of the ball-room there was a
small thatched house, where punch
was served, having a covering of the
Hawaiian grass in the form of an
umbrella, while at the entrance of
the ballroom the doorway was dec
orated with Hawaiian foliage,
producing a perfect Hawaiian hut
from the outside. A hufTet supper
was seryed at midnight in the .din
ing room on the lower lloor, where
the decorations consisted of palms
ami quantities of spring flowers.
The three hostesses received to
gether, wearing elaborate Hawaiian
costumes exactly alike. The skirts
were very short, draped in Hawaiian
grass, and the bodices were yellow
silk, worn with many strings of
colored beads. Each wore a black
wig with the hair flowing. The cos
tumes were completed by yellow
stockings and sandals.
Mrs. Haywood and Judge and
Mrs. McChord assisted in receiving
the guests and Senator ami Mrs.
Hitchcock joined them later after
the dinner which they gave in honor
of the Vice President and Mrs. Mar
shall. Miss Harriet Smith, of Oma
ha, the guest of Miss Hitchcock, and
Miss Emily Bland, of Louisville,
the house guest of Miss McChord,
were among the guests.
Wharf At Kapaa
Senator Coney has introduced the
following self-explanatory bill in the
Section 1. The sum of Eighteen
Thousand Dollars ($18,000.00) is
hereby appropriated out of any mo
neys in the Treasury of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, not otherwise ap
propriated, to be expended for the
construction of a wharf at the land
ing at Kapaa, Kauai, and for widen
ing of the channel to said land
ing. Provided, however, that no
part of said appropriation shall be
expended unless the title to the
land upon which said wharf is to
be built and the approach thereto
shall be quited to the Territory.
Section 2. The Hoard of Harbor
Commissioners shall have the super
vision of the construction of said
wharf and widening of said channel.
115110 MIXTURE OFt
SUGAR AND SOAP
Representative I,;-al lias introduc
ed the following bill in the Legis
lature: Suction 1. livery person, firm,
association or corporation engaged
in the business of a manufacturer
for sale, of Sugar andjSoaps of tiny
kind shall pay an annual license fee
to the Treasurer of the County or
City and County in which the Fac
tory of the Manufacturer is located;
as follows, to wit :
In case the manufacturer shall
have received in gross receipts a sum
less than Fifty Thousand Dollars
during the fiscal year prior to July
first, the fee shall be Ten Dollars';
In case the manufacturer shall
have received in gross receipts more
than Fifty Thousand Dollars, and
not more than One Hundred Thou
sand Dollars during the fiscal year
prior to July first, the fee shall be
Twenty Dollars; and, when exceed
ing One Hundred Thousand Dol
lars, for every One Hundred Thou
sand Dollars or fractional part there
of the fee shall be Twenty-five Dol
lars. No license shall issue unless at
the time of application therefor,
the applicant shall present there
with to the Treasurer of the County
or City and County, an aflidavit set
ting forth the gross receipts of the
manufacturer during the fiscal year
prior to July first, or that the manu
facturer has not engaged in said
business for a full year as the case
may be, such aflidavit shall be sign
ed and sworn to by the person own
ing, or managing such business, anil
if a corporation by an oflicer there
of authorized by said corporation to
sign and acknowledge its instru
ments. Any person, firm, association or
corporation violatihg the provisions
of this Act shall be guilty of a mis
demeanor, and upon conviction
thereof shall be punished by a fine
of not less than One nor more than
Five Hundred Dollars.
Skction 2. This Act shall take
effect and be in force from and after
the date of its approval.
At 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday,
April 17th. 1!17, at the frontdoor
of the Capitol Pudding, Honolulu,
there will be sold at Public Auction,
the following (ioveininent land:
Kapaa Tbwn Lots, Kauai.
P. lock Area
A 22i)00 sq. ft.
A 1 1 4 10 sq. ft.
A 15750 sq. ft.
A 220(H) sq. ft.
7 H 15(175 sq. ft.
Purchaser to pay cost of stamps.
For maps and further particulars,
apply at the ollice of the Sub Agent,
Miss Pern ice E. L. Hundly, Kapaa,
Kauai, or at the ollice of the Com
missioner of Public Lands, Capitol
I Pudding, Honolulu.
P. (1. RiVKxm m:n,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated ot Honolulu, February 2S,
March i-P5-20-27. April 8-10.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of Charles Plake deceased.
The undersigned, having been
duly appointed Administrator of
the Estate of Charles Plake, de
ceased, hereby gives public notice
to all creditors of the said deceased,
to present their claims, duly au
thenticated and with proper vouch
ers, if any exist, even if the claim
is secured by mortgage upon real
estate, to him, the undersigned, at
his ollice in W'aimea, Kauai, with
in six months from the date of the
first publication of this notice, such
date being February 20, 1!)17, or
said claims will be forever barred,
Waiinea, Kauai. February 20,
W. O. CliOWKM.,
Administrator o f the Estate of
Charles Plake, deceased.
Feb. 20, 27. Mar. C, 13, 20.
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Catalog Prices Withdrawn
Owing to the great increase in material and manufacturing cosls
during the past year, we have found it necessary to withdraw all
published catalog prices until further nctice.
will he sent to any responsible resilient of any of the Islands, from
which selections may be made as though one. were purchasing in the
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In Main Building
Thret Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
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J J J
FRANK COX, Manager
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received sunject
to check. Certificates of de
posit, issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
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New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposiis will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Detosit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
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Not Always Necessary
in ordering shoes from our large winter stock.
Footwear will be sent on approval if vou have
established an account with us. It will be well
to do so now.
We have a large assortment in the very latest
shapes and materials.