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IMPORTERS Of7 GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Builders' Hardware Crockery Glassware Silverware
Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle Firearms Ammunition
Safe Refrigerators Spark Plugs Flashlights
Paints Varnishes Brushes Oils Greases
Harness Saddlery Roofing Trunks Suit Cases
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, etc.
T611et Supplies Stationery
Writers of Fire, Marine, Compensation, Automobile and Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Line.
Upon application Information will bu choorfully furnished in regard to
any of our lines In which you may be interested.
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The Most Famous Garages on Kauai.
The plac. to Qt transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our automobiles ar comfortable,, our drivers are re
liable and have been with us for many years, and
know every Inch of the country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do draylng and hauling by trucks all over the Island.
We run the stage line between Lihue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
A. COMKZ, Mgr.
H. T. TONG.
H? IP TOP
Prlcet Very reatonablt
it a Carnation
P. M. Kodaira
P. O. Box 47 Lihue, Kauai
etc. etc. 1
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CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
Smlt Guaranteed to Fit
CitaneJ and 1'iesnd
On Tuesday, the Domestic Science
teacher, Miss Anthony, was m. "i
The kitchen was In charge of the
eighth grade girls from morning
till In the afternoon.. The girls of
the fifth, sixth, seventh and eighth
grades are learning to do fancy
work, such as embroidery, cross-1
stitching, feather stitching, cro-
During the week the older boys
and 'girls were practicing basket
ball and volley-ball. We are in
terestod In playing games because
o vwon lu uev-uino iieiuuiy uuu
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On Friday morning we had mem
orial exercises In memory of Del
egate Kuhio. The following pro
gram was rendered:
Hawaii Ponol School
Morning Prayer School
"Abide with Me" Special singers
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wuiurt Ull i 1 1 1 1 V, C I1UII1U 111. 1
Aloha Oe Teachers
Taps Flag lowered to half-mast
This mnrnltiiF Pov Tlailoc, ,i I
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Miss Reid, one of our teachers
is in Honolulu. She hail t n b n
nvor nn annmmt t U,
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grade teachers is 'sick. I
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We have just received a report
oi tne operations of the Kapaa
school bank for the year ended Da-
cember 31, 1921. The average week-
ly depositors were 52 and the high
record was made on February 9th,
1921 when 103 deposits were re-
ceived. Total ripnnsita fnr tho voir
gmnnnloj HO Ann I
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ine name of the prize winning
depositor in the bank will hn n.
nouned next week.
miss ivimura, who has been ab-
sent on account of. illness for more
than a month, in nrnln hat mUh I
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Mr. Prigge went to Honolulu on
Saturday to attend the funeral of
Our wind . gauge is again in work-
ine order nffpr n lnnc root
Most of our new garden has been
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iuD dcycuiu 6.auo in mo BUiay
of English are learning to appre-
buuu Junes, anu me louowing
m pr.ze winner xor tms week.
Ve do not vouch for its originality
Vlllt Will nnt.linh 1 .
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Two cousins were given J5000
each to buy an automobile. One
nought a Pierce-Arrow and the oth-
er a Ford. One day the driver of
the PierceArrow said "What is that
rattling noise in your car?" The Ford
driver said, "That noise is not com
ing from my car. That is the $4,
500 that I saved, rattling in my
School was closed on Friday and
memorial exercises were held in re
spect to the late Prince Kalaniana
ole. A' program of the exercises
is as follows:
Flag Salute School.
Hawal Ponol School.
Prayer Rev. I. K. Kaauwai.
Governor's Proclamation Esther
A short history of the life of
Prince Kalanianaole Abigail Mehe-
Address J. M. Kaneakua.
Lead Kindly Light Teacher;.'
Address Samuel Kaeo.
Address Rev. G. Wakai.
Nearer My God to Thee Selected
Address Eugene Aiu.
Aloha Oe School.
lionedletlon. Rev. Fath. Hubert.
Savings Rank Pass Rook No. 1873.
Finder please return to Bishop &
Co., Waimea. Lost in Honolulu
1918 Dodge car. Good repair. Six
good tirps. For sale Immediately.
Applv Turner. Makawclt.
FOR SALE OR TRADE
iuo louring car. win sen lor casn i
or trade for Ford. Engine in good j
condition Car will make fine speed
wagon. Cull ut Garden Island of
fic FOR 8ALE
On 2xs h p. Ingloo Gas engine. Ap-;
ply lo Mrs. A. Reich.-lt, Kapaa
DinliiK room table. 4 chairs, 2 rock-1
crs, all in bamboo. Inquire at j
Mrs. O. R. OUen, Lihue.
HOW MUCH ARE YOU GO-
INQ TO GIVE TO THE NEAR
A LITTLE BOY'S DREAM
"Mother!" the little boy called out
As he raised himself In bed,
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you mow i i
in a vtt torn 4
Come quickly and sit by me, dear,
deramt, I sat on the window-seat
As millions and millions of snow-
In the air so fluffy and still,
i forgot the window, I reached out
wntituil tn nlav with the snow
Ana lafce a ball bo round and big,
That would hit Grandma s clock
But in a minute the air had chang-
There were no snowflakes to see,
But thousands of little children,
rhn Ua winA Vilnur mitnlrlv nwflV
Thoy an looked sd hungry,
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Their cheeks were so pale,
And many had no caps at all.
You should have seen those cola
You never saw such before.
They seemed so frightened, so scar
ed. as if
Some horrid men would them kill.
I cannot just explain it all,
For all became so still, just as if
a magic wand
Had changed the scene of snow,
I saw at once some frightful scenes,
it maue me sniver bo,
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The Turks were at It!
Children and all were stabbed and
CUt tO death.
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They were dragged and kicked and
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For fear had entered in.
Then from atar came tne sound or
Which told of these children's fate,
They were the souls of these little
H -1. n lioil i, . .in tii n'i o n ilia Data
.,, of lI8 do not elve. v,hat we
To save their bodies from want,
1 certainly nope, uoa win ao wnat
tin fA n
To free these children from BUch
The boy's eyes were wet, for the
dream had left
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Its lUUiyi'lllLS Ul 11 Ulll 1)11 I1IB Bimi
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Her arms and held him there.
11 was not the 80ul ot ner little boy
But from her lips came the prayer
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UUU bavg II1UOQ L11UUOUI1UO Ul
Because Christ, your Son was born
Waimea, Kauai, Jan. 12, 1922.
NOTICE TO ARCHITECTS OF
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAI
Onnipa nf thn Pomnptitivn Prnrram
for tha pr0p08ed War Memorial at
Waiklul Beach Honolulu, will be is
aued tQ architects who have quali
fied on or betore February x 1922
AU Amprican BP.hitont.a. rpslrtir.tr
within the Territory of Hawaii, who
desire to enter this competition, may
secure a copy of the regulation form
application blank by applying to
THE TERRITORIAL WAR
J. R. GALT, Secretary.,1 THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE!
Care of Hawaiian Trust Co.,
Honolulu, T. H.
Hanamaulu Barber Shop
Honolulu Paper Co.
Wholesale Paper Dealers
821-823 Alakea Street
Dr. T. L. Morgan
omee on Wm nyde Rlce- preml8es
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NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS FOR 1922
THE3 TAX ASSESSOR at his office
in Waimea and his several Depu
ties at their respective offices In
Hanalei, Kealia, Lihue, Koloa and
Waimea, Island of Kauai, will, dur
ing the month of January, 1922, re
ceive tax assessment lists, Dom
property and income, as provided
Blank Assessment Lists can be
had upon application at the above
named ' places.
No appeal can be granted on re
turns made later than the 81st day
Unless the taxpayer tiles hla In
come Tax returns in January, he
will forfeit all right to any exemp
tion as the Head ot a Family.
THE ASSESSOR or nls Deputies
will be at their respective oinces
between January 1st and December
31st, 1922, 'for the purpose of col
All Personal 'Taxes and all In
come Taxes are due and payable on
and after January 1st in each year.
All Property Taxes and all Specif
ic, Taxes are due and payable on
and after January 1st, in each year
All dog, brake, Bulky, ox-cart, bl
cycle, wagon, wagonette, hearse, om
nibus, drayj cart, and carriage taxes
together with one-halt of all prop
erty taxes and one-halt ot all In
come and conservation taxes remain
ing unpaid after May 16th will be
delinquent ana suojeci to penauy
of 10 per cent additional and it not
paid 16 days after date of delin- xakeshf Kuroda, Deceased, where
quency, interest at the rate ot 10 ln petitioner asks to be allowed
per cent per annum on tne property
ana specuic taxes, ana at tne rate
of 1 per cent per month on the In-1
come and conservation, taxes and
penalty, will be charged until paid,
and the remaining portion ot the
property, income and conservation I 0f distribution be made, of , the prop
taxes due and not paid by Novem- erty remaining in her possession to
ner 15th will be delinquent and sub-
Ject in a like manner to the 10 per
cent penalty and interest as by law
THE DELTNOT7ENT TAX LIST
will be published as soon after De-
cember 1st as possible.
THE TAX ASSESSMENT BOOKS
for all the districts of the Island of
Kauai will be open for inspection
from May 1st to May 10th, both in-
elusive (Sundays excepted) at the
several Tax Offices in the County
of Kauai, from 8:30 o'clock ln the
forenoon until 4:30 o'clock in the at-
ternoon. On Saturdays from 8:30
A. M. to 12 o'clock noon.
All notices of appeal from any as
sessment must be filed with the As
sessor or his Deputy, and costs de
posited, between April 10th and
THE TAX APPEAL COURT will
commence to sit ln Lihue, Kauai.
during the month of June, for the
DUrnOSB of hpnrlno- Prnnub
Specific Tax Appeals, and between
the 6th and 25th days of July, for
the purpose of h. .1
Conservation Tax Appeals.
CARLOS A. LONG,
Fourth Division, Terri
tory of Hawaii.
FIFTH CIRCUIT TERRI
TORY OF HAWAII
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
DIEDRICH KLUSSMAN. Deceas
ORDER OF NOTICE OF HEARING
PETITION FOR ADMINIS-
T RATI ON
ON READING and Filine the Pe
tition of August Klussman. son of
Diedrich Klussman, alleging that
said Diedrich Klussman. nf i.ih,.
Kauai, died intestate at Lihue. Ka
uai, on the 16th day of Januarv
A. D., 1921, leaving nronertv in the:
Hawaiian Islands necessary to tan
administered' upon, and praying that
Letters of Administration issue
IS IS ORDERED that Saturday,
the 11th day of February A. D., 1922,1 0 a8,
at 9 o'clock A. M., be and hereby is Plan8 nd specifications may be
appointed the time for hearlne said
Petition in the. Court Room of this
Court at Lihue. County of Kauai,
which time and place all nersorw
concerned may ' appear and show
cause, If any they have, why said
Petition should not be granted; and
that notice of this order be publish
ed for three successive weeks (4
insertions) In the Garden Island, a
newspaper in Lihue, Kauai.
Dated at Lihue, County of Kauai
T. II., January 11, 1922.
(Signed) WILLIAM C. ACHI, JR.
of the Circuit Court
the Fifth Circuit.
Signed) J. C. CULLEN,
Clerk of the Circuit
Court of the Fifth Cir-
Lyle A. Dickey,
Attorney for Petitioner.
All nersons are hereby notified ;
that from and after this date, all
bills or demands against the Coun-
ty of Kauai tor materials bought or
furnished must be drawn or maae
on the County's new form, which
may be had upon request at the
County Clerk's office at Lihue, and
bills must be in triplicate where the ,
debt was incurred on account .of
matirials or supplies for work done
in connection with road construe- i
tion,. repair or Improvement or with
construction or repairs of schools
and, or furnishing school desks or
supplies, or with repairs of waterk
pipes. ' All other bills or' demands
to be made in duplicate, such1 as for
office supplies., etc. n " '"'
J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA,
Office of the County Clerk,
Lihue, January 10, 1922.
(January 17-24-31.) ' '
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
OF HAWAII ,
At Chambers In Probate No. 813
In the Matter ot the Estal? ot
TAKESHI KURODA, DeccaaaU.
ORDER OF NOTICE Of PETITION
FOR ALLOWANCE OF AC
COUNTS, ' DETERMINATION Of
TRUST AND DISTRIBUTION OF
ON READING AND FILWO the
petti0n and accounts of Shiga Kuro
dai Administratrix of the Estate ot
jg34.92 and charged with 1974.30,
on(j prays that her account be ex
amined and approved, that she j and
I ner BUretles be discharged from all
further responsibilities concerning
1 3aa Estate and. that a. final order
the persons thereto entitled. .
it IS ORDERED, that Wednesday,
the 15th day of February, A.D. 1922,
at 9:30 o'clock A. M. at the Court
Room in Lihue. Kauai, df this
Court, be and the same hereby ap
I pointed the time and place for hear
I ing said Petition and Accounts, and
that all persons interested then and
there appear and show cause, if
any they have, why said petition
should not be granted, and present
evidence as to who are entitled, to
tne Ba,d property,.
Dated the 4th day of January,
WILLIAM C. ACHI, JR., i
of the Circuit Court of
' the Fifth Circuit. , , ,
of the Circuit Court
of the Fifth District.
Attorney for Administratrix.,
TENDER FOR CONSTRUCTION
OF SCHOOL BUILDING ,
The Board ot Supervisors of the
County ot Kauai , will receive bids
up to 10 o'clock ot February 1st,
lf22 for nhing all tools and la-
bor necessary tor the construction
of the following buildings:
Separate bids to be submitted for
1. A 26' x 62' shop building , at
I 2. Principal s cottage at Kalaheo.
3. Administration building at Li-
i- Eight Classroom .school build-
I ing at Hanamaulu.,
- 5- A teachers standard cottage at
' A ix x " snop al KPaa.
7- E16ht classroom school bulld-
- ,n al Jauea.
I 1 wo bungalow class-rooms on the
"-ttual WKn cnooi grounds.
I T ( 11' 1 1
Jiacn D,a 10 De accompanied by a
certiHed check for 5 Der cent of
to Bmonl w.
I lna uard of Supervisors resenr-
68 tha rigbt tp reJect any or all
""""eu oy prospective Didders up-
oa aeoait and application to the
iignea, . miuuluton,
TENDER FOR . BUILDING
The Board of Supervisors of the
Couuty ot Kauai will receive bids
up to 10 o'clock of February 1t
1922 for furnishing all material
needed for the conutruntinn nt .
Judge! or' t K2' ahnn huilillnv r nr.i
of " "i" 'T; "A.ir. L,. "J.
Lprii t,pp,ih , ,k
wUMv . i o S.UI101I UL-llUIi
of two bungalow rrlnAa.rfuima at- v.
Klltl!ii uih R,.h.
The Board of Sunervisors rpSrvpa
the right to reject any or all bids,
A full list of material in bid form
"!ay "e Diainea "ora the under-
sind n w innnimm.
I Coitnty Engineer.