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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
Tailor made ami Lingerie Shirt Waists $1.50 to
A great varietly of the seasons prettiest styles to
to 25' pr.
Lingerie Dresses in all sizes 5. mo to J
Wash Dress Goods. An iniueuec sup
yard. .Send tor samples.
Ladies' and Children's 1 Ioisi rv. we ear
sortment prices can't he beaten.
Ladies' Kiinonas and I )rc.Miig Saeipies.
Long Lawn Kiinonas .VI to -)' jfl.5o to SI. 00
Dressing, Saciics 5o'' io 5.2. oo each.
Lades' House Dresses in Ginghams l'.atistes and Lawns;
Dutch or high neck S.i.5o to 57.o;i each.
the largest as-
l'ort Street opposite Catholic Church.
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A CLOTHING OPPORTUNITY
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istrati.' of Lihue, dated August 2nd, i
191 1, for replacing his desk aiuL
chairs, were duly received and by ,
a unanimous vote, the County Road
Supervisor, Mr. J. H. Moragne, I
was instructed to give the building
the necessary repairs, and Sherill
Rice was authorized to purchase
the necessary furniture for the use
of the Lihue District Magistrate.
A request (P ) from Win. ,
Huddy Esq., District Magistrate'
of Hanalei for supplies for the use-
Tax Spec. De- of his court was received and re
58 07 ferred to County Sheriff Rice with
full power to act in the matter.
Supervisor Gay moved that the j
County's Special School Inspector
Mr. J. H. Moragne, have the au
thority to build a one-room school 1
house for the Use of the Waimea
School, and being seconded by
Supervisor Rodrigues, was carried.
At 12:M) o'clock 1'. M. a recess;
was taken until 3:00 o'clock 1'. M.
At 3:00 o'clock I. M. the Hoard!
resumed its meeting. j
Upon motion of Supervisor Gay j
seconded by Supervisor Lota the I
following Additional Appropria-'
tions for road work in the different
district for the month of August, '
1911, were unanimously approved: ;
Roads & Bridges: Waimea
Roads & Bridges Koloa 700 00
Regrading Puhi to Opeula, Lihue i
Oiling Roads Lihue 250 00
Roads & Bridges Kawaihau 500
(Continued from page one)
Roads Bridges Gen'l Fund
Hanalei Hill Gen'l Fund
Rd. & Bridges Gen'l Fund
2o 50 949 50
Road Work Rd
Total S16.S42 55
Upon motion of Supervisor Lota,
dulv seconded, demands numbered
1250,1251,1252, 1253 and 1254.
were ordered to be charged against
the Appropriation for "Special De
posit .Schools: Lihue."
Upon motion of Supervisor Gay,
seconded, by Supervisor Lota, the
Board unanimously passed and ap
proved the following, as additional
: Appropriations, to be paid out of
the General Fund:-
! II anapepe Bridge
j 1000 00
; 500 00
A communication dated the 18th.
ult., from the County Auditor
which informed the Board that no Oiling Roads Waimea
Appropriations have been allowed
for Kalaheo Water Work; Inciden
tals for Sheriff etc. etc. was received
and filed. I n connection there
with however the Board by a unan
j imous vote approved the following
I Additional Appropriations to be
I paid out of the General Fund, viz:- Roads cc Bridges Hanalei
Special Lim of
if r j
No nan's under-wardrobe is com
plete -without a suit of Pajamas. It's
a night R.iwn, bath robe and loung
ing robe all in one.
" FAULTLESS" PAJAMAS
nre 89 precisely made as an outer
garment. They are drafted with
scientific care ami made of thor
oughly dependable fabric iu white
M. Mclnerny Ltd
ewtm e uwaa msa.n innm okcmw awns
Water Works Kalaheo, S3000 00
Incidentals: Sheriff 900 00
Pay of Police: Hanalei 30 00
A communication dated the 21st
ult from Mr. W. J. Sheldon, At
torney for Mr. Thos. Onokea re
garding the hitter's pav as Road
luna for Waimea for the month of
June last was received and filed,
and in connection with the same,
the chairman was authorized to
Financial Reports Xos. 97, 97a,
97aa, and 97b, for the month of
June, 1911, after being favorably
reported upon by the s Hiding com
mittee, were duly proved.
By a unanimous vole the chair
man was authorized to make sat
isfactory arrangements with the
Bank of Hawaii Ltd, Lihue Branch,
to tne end tnat tlie Hank will in
countersign approved bills for the tne future honor the pay warrants
same when presented.
Financial Reports Xos. 98, 98a,
98aa, and 98b, for the month of
July last, were duly received and
referred to the standing committee.
The Jegal opinion of Mr. A. C.
Smith, Deputy Attorney General,
on the question "whether the
County of Kauai can bid for and
undertake certain claasess of work
to be done under the provisions of
Act 166, Session Laws of. 1911,
was received and filed
that are issued by the County of
.Upon motion of Supervisor Gay
dulv seconded, the telephone at Mr.
Thos. Onokea's residence, the use
of which is being paid for by the
County of Kauai, was ordered to
be taken down.
After some general discussion,
the Board voted to appoint a com
mittee to secure a right of wav for!
'the steel bridge which the County
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Requests for repairs to teachers aua nas piannea io ihuki oer
. icuiiu iiei uiiu wuiui euiu-
cottages, and for supplies for the
schools at Kekaha (P ),
Koloa (P ),Lihue(P ),
and Hanamaulu (P ), were
duly received and referred to the
County's Special School Inspector,
Mr. J. H. Moragne, who was given
full authority to act in each case.
A request ( P ) from Sheriff
Rice for the repairs of the District
! Court building in Lihue and for
I oritur f-li.i T n rl rrf ' tt rlnlr nnrl
J. I. SILVA, Proprietor.
mittee shall have the full power to
proceed if necessary with a Con
demnation suit for the right of way.
The committee appointed were Su
Supervisors, Gay and County Road
Supervisor, Mr. J. H. Moragne.
Upon his own request, County
Clerk Kaneakua, was granted a
leave of absence from his post for i
At 3:30 o'clock P. M. upon mo
Guaranteed for Six Months
Six Pair to the Box
Ladies' Lisle, in black, white and tan, $3.00 box
Children's Ribbed, blael only, $2 box
Men's Cotton, Iblac and tan, SI. 75 1ox
Men's Lisle, Mac3! and tan, $3 box
Men's Cotton, white and assorted colors, $2 box.
chair which had been destroyed tion of Supervisor Gay seconded by
by fire recently, and also a request Supervisor Rodrigues, the meeting
from Mr, C. S. Dole, District Mag-
Macadamizing. Gen'l Fund
Oiling Roads Gen'l Fund
Regrading Puhi -Opeula Fund
Roads & Bridges Gen'l Fund
321 15 1646 47
Regrading Puhi Opeula Rd.
Tax Spec. Deposit 96 75
was adjourned but subject to the
call of the chair.
Two members of Kauai's polo
team, John Malina and A. H. Rice,
will leave for Honolulu this after
noon, the delay lieing due to their
membership in the Baseball League,
which necessitated their playing
with the Lihue team in Makaweli
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Sole Agents, Honolulu
The Largest and Finest Stock of
Ladies', and gent's clothes
and gloves cleaned on short
notice. Dyeing of every de
scription. Island orders given special
132 Jieretania St., Honolulu
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Mail Yuri; Bkukkn I.knsks and .
Fxa.mics.to Mi: ami I wu.i.
in) Tin-; RK.vr.
Alfred D. Fairwither
the Territory is carried by
LEWERS & COOKE, Ltd.
Books of samsles of Foreign and Domestic Wall Papers may
be seen at the LIHUE STORE or at the store of C. B.
If you wish samples will be sent to you from Lewers &.
Local Insurance Co. j
For Hawaiian Islands
The llawaihii In-nraiue Co..
with a paid in capital of loo.n,,o.i.O
and headquarters in Honolulu, h.i
beeii organized with .. K. Meyers
as its manager.
Wall Nichols c;nty the lale.-t
bonks of lietioll.
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Ail work strictly first class
Island trade will revive
Honolulu Electric Co.
EXPERT ELECTRICAL INFORMATION
Batteries, Lamps and all kinds of
Estimates cheerfully given on Electrical
Installation of all kinds
They hold the shape and cut faft; will save
time and money on any character
of grinding work.
Honolulu Iron Works Company
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
itf-?Br3rajgTi'Tmtra run y w fi y ii nil
Alexander Young Hotel Laundry
Address all laundry to the Messenger Service
Union and Hotel Sts., Honolulu.
LET US DO YOUR SHOPPING
Oahu Road Overseer
i Under County Engineer
1 Road Overseer Charlie Wilson,
according to general report, must
Moi Wahine Case
May Now Be Pau
Advices from Washington arc to
the effect that the case of the sink-
get his instructions from Countv ' "f the Mf.i Wahine, may not
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UntJincer (leic .
go to congress for an investigation.
Honolulu Electric Co.mlm2S
Miss Rose Faast of Kawaiahao
popularly known on Ka-
ting Mr. and Mrs. Lvd-