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all sizes hound in clolll
leather. Mail orders promptly
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Fort nnd Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice-Prea & Mgr
Four years with W. AJiana,
Honolulu, is now located at.
Garments cleaned and pressed
Latest prevailing fashions.
The favorite S. S. SIURRA. 10,
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu Decniber 27. Jan. 17 19
12. 'First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, $110.
C. Brewer 6k Co. Ltd.
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Stock and Bond Broker
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
In Campbell Block
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions,
hfi LavHmi essnrt W hiii
UiUUvil IxiMtlU "J-fc-'W
Loiitiniud tn m i ago 1 .
19;!, i..'. nun; t.,il lm c l.i. in was
a K ..ilii.i.ile oile. was dulv tcieiv.d
and ifkr -.onies lisfaeh rv l : laiia
tio s gvci the .loard and II, iO'.
in.;!. un ! .lr. i j.iy duly seconded
hy Rolrigties the claim was
ordered to he paid.
The report of the I'otindinasler
for Lihue for the quarter ending
D.-ceiulur 31st., lyll. was duly re
ceived anil releried to the Stand
ing Co'iiniittee who Inter on in the
day after having made a favorable
report on same, recommended its
approval, which was done.
The Financial Reports for the
month of December last, being
that of the Treasurer; Auditor's:
Auditor's Trial Balance and Stale-
mLllt Expenditures; and tin.
- ',inl P'Ji'l were duly received
and referred to the Standing Com-
Mr. Gay as Standing Committee
favorably reported on the Financial
Reports, for October and for No
vember. 1911, and upon his recom
mendations the reports were ap
Reports on School Building etc.,
from Anahola Inline; Ilanainatilu
(1); Koloa: Kajaheo: Maknweliand
Kekaha, for December, 1911. wjrc
duly received and filed. In con
nection with the report from the
Lihue School Mr. J. H. Moragne
wav authorized to secure tlie ser
vices of the Territorial Chief Snii-
Larv Inspector, Air. P. 15. Cook, to
look into the unsanitary matter re
ported. A communication dated the 1st.,
.list, from Mrs. M. V. Newman,
Principal of the Hanalei School
and addressed to Mr. J. II. Morag-
''c. V.0U111V Koao supervisor, was
duly received, and referred back to
Mr. Moragne with authority to act
on the matters contained in the
Mr. Moragne to whom was re
ferred for investigation and report
the communication of Mr. I,orrin
Andrews dated November 29th.,
1911. which asked for a reparation
to one Mr. Choo Won Ver a Ko
rean alleged to have been injured
iy a county employee whilst dis
charging his duties, reported for
nis investigation from winch he
was satisfied, that though the Ko
rean was injured, yet the County
employee was not to be blamed for
the injury. The Board after due
consideration of the report and ol
the subject matter itself referred
the matter to Mr. Gay with full
authority to adjust the claim if he
is satisfied that the same is a lcgiti
A communication dated the 3rd.,
.nst. from Mr. H. H. Brodie, Su
pervising Principal, suggesting foi
(l; the construction of an extr,
room for the Kekaha School house,
and (2 for the leveling off of tin
new school grounds at Hauapcpe.
was duly received, and Mr Morag
ne was instructed to build the ne
cessary room asked for the Kekaha
School, and to give the necessarv
levJing asked for the new school
grounds at Hanapei'e.
Upon a stateui.nt by the chair,
the chairman, upon motion of Mr.
Uay seconded i.y .Mr. lota, was
authorized to borrow the ueces-
sarv money troin the banks, to
meet the expenses o f biuhiin
macadam roads and oilier roao
work etc. on Kaua;.
Upon motion of Mr. Gay second
ed by Mr. Kodngues the countv
road supervisor was instructed to
stand reaily to proceed with maca
daiiuzing work alter the 25lh. ot
At 12:15 i'. m. the Board took
recess tin till 2:0(1 1'. M.
At 2:01) o'clock p. M. the Uoaid
again resumed its meeting.
The Board took up the healing
on the petition for the extension
of the Kapaa government road, due
notice of which was duly publish
ed by the county clerk in the
G.VKUUX Ini.AN!uf December 12lh.
19th, and 26th, 1911. Present
were Mr. M. I'. I'rosser of the
firm of Mensrs. Kinney, 1'rosser,
Anderson it Marx, Attornev s at
Law ami appearing for the Makee
Sugar Co.; Mr. R. 1'. Spalding,
President of the Makee Sugar Co.;
Mr. S. K. Kaeo, Counlv Attorney.
Mr. I'rosser tor the Makee Migar
Co., took the floor and gave almost
in detail transactions wnich took
place between the Makee Sugar
Co., and the Territory of Hawaii
turougu uie i governor aim tue
Superintendent of Public Works
and Commissioner of Public Lands,
Mr. Marston Campbell, on matters
pertaining to lauds in Kapaa-Kea-
lin and the Kapaa road question,
and stated that the said Superin -
tendeiit of Public Woiks some
1 time ago made an unwritten pro
position to the Makee Sugar Co.,
that ' provtdtd that the Makee
Sugar Co., can get it right of way
r fcoia wuw tor its rail
roud.i from 0k- gjvri.meuws pro-
i ei'illliaiiy wil. pay 01 e-
) ol illw Con. alld olic-tnii.4
the linilliletlilllic tot In.
Kea. 1. 1 hliogv.) uliilllg Hie Hie 01 ij
Uie inline or the liie 01 tut eoi- V
poration, tile v.ouui. to pav on.
tor repair. auioitnoiig to Ji-ah.-
nnd ltileicsl Horn ttate ot pa., - 8
lnent." T Ji i proportion, .ti .
I'rosser ntaied Was accepleil .
'by tile MuKee oilgar Co.. anil tne
cnances are that tins deal will go
1 through. He in behalf ol tne M.ikee
, Sugar Co., reipiesied for Uie con- (
! liniianceof this hearing to a Inline fl
4M,,r ' It. I B
The Board, after having heaul e
County Attorney Kaeo in behalt g
of the County and ot the petition- , jj
ers, upon motion of Mr. Gav sec- 8
omled by Mr. Lota, continued the
hearing of this matter until the
next regular monthly and business
meeting of the Boaid, to-wit; on
Wednesday, February 7tll. next.
The report of the county roail
supervisor for the mouth ot Decern-,
ber, 1911. was duly leceivetl and1
ordered liled. This report stated
in substance that only general re-1
pair and upkeep work was done
during the month by means ot
regular county funds.
No school work of importance,
was undertaken, and tor Water,
Works nothing was done. i
A request from Mr. D. K. Ka-1
pahee, District Magistrate of Koloa,
ior stationery and torn Typewriter
tor the use of his Court, was duly I
received, and after a fair considera-1
lion of the same, the request,
with the exception of the Type I
vriter, was granted upon motion
of Mr. Gay seconded by Mr. Rod
Upon motion of Mr. Gay sec
onded bv Mr. Rodrigues the Board
voted that taxes on property etc.
within this County shall be levied
;it the rate of one per cent. (l' )
;is last year. In connection here
with the clerk was instructed to
forward a copy of the Boards' es
timate of the County's expendi
tures lor the year 1912, to Mr, J.
K. Farley, Assessor fot the Fourth
Taxation Division (Kauai & Nii
Mr. Gay moved for the appro
priation of the sum of seventy
thousand two hundred and fifty
live dollars. ($70, 255.00; out of
moneys available i 11 the county
treasury for the payment of sala
ries and p a y rolls, repairs of
schools etc. wiges, labor and the
maintenance of roads as follows:
Salary County Rpad
Pay of Police:
All districts 4530.00
Brands, Registration of
County Law Library
District Courts & Jails:
Discount K; Interest
lCxpeiises of Election
Expenses of Witnesses
Furniture & Office Supplies 50.00
Hospitals ( four)
CoRd Supervisor 700.00 2795.00
Office Rent 210.00
R .gistration A utomobiles
Repairs .School etc:
L hue 500 00
Support of Prisoners
Treasurers & Revenue
Weights & Measures
Roads K: Bridges
Roads & Bridges
Oiiiug Roads 15OU.00
Roads & Bridges 1800.00
Roads & Bridges
, Roads ci Bridges
County Road Machinery
and being seconded by Mr. Rouri'
gues, was carried.
Mr. Gay also moved for tlie fur
ther appropriation of the Bum For
tv Dollars fSo.oo for Incidentals:
County Attorney, ami lieiiig sec
Wheel Base 1 c m inches.
Tires ,ij s 1-2 inches, front and rear.
Weight I si in pounds.
Motor Renault type, 4-cylinder, cast en bloc,
.1 4-inch bote and 4 1 -2-iuch stroke.
Transmission Selective sliding gear type.
Tluee speed forward and reverse.
Fan Back ot Radiator Cooling System Forced
urculaiion "splash system, vertical tube
radiator, centrifugal water pump.
Axles Semi-floating rear; I -Beam front.
Springs Suni and three-quarter elliptic front
and rear respectively.
Gasoline Capacity Ten gallons
Water Capacity- Four gallons.
Control Strictly standard and internal; secured
to rear wheels.
Clutch Li ather-faced cone with slip springs
1111. 1 r leather.
Miss I leas who has been visiting
her aunt, Mrs. Roendahl, for the
past two weeks, returned to Hon
Misses Eva Hastie and Dorothy
Whittington, returned to school in
Honolulu last Tuesday.
A crowd o f Makaweli's voting
people spent New Year's Eve on
the Lawai beach singing incanta
tions to the dying groans of the
old year and giving the X.'W Year
a hearty welcome. The Makaweli
truck was used as a conveyance.
A jolly party composed oi the
following well known people, pic
nicked at the McBryde reservoir
last Sunday: Mrs. Roendahl. Mr.
Moeller, Misses Mable, Janet, Ma
rion and Kva Hastie, Miss Mik
vard Deas, Mr.' Miller. Mr. Hugh--,
Mr. Filler and Mr. Dillinghan-. A
number of extremely well rendered
vocal selections"!) y Mr. Hugs,
added to the delight of the occa
sion. The home of Mr. and Mrs. Bro
die last Wednesday evening was
the scene of much merriment the
occasion being a nutsicale given bv
this very popular couple to the
following young people: Mr. and
Mrs. Rojiidahl, Miss Deas, Misses
Mable, Janet and Mnrion Hastie,
Messrs. McBryde. Hughes a 11 d
A NEW PLANTATION
The first official meeting of the
Selama-Dindings Plantation Com
pany was held in the office of its at
torneys, Kinney, Prosser, Ander
son ft Marx, last week, and the
following members of the company
elected as a board of directors: K.
C. Waterhouse, A. S. Wilcox, R.
A. Cooke, H. M. von Holt, J. R.
Oalt, W. D. .Baldwin, J. Water
house and Robbins B. Anderson.
Articles of incorporation were ap
proved and filed later in the day.
These articles provide that the head
office of the corporation shall be in
Honolulu, although the rubber and
cocoanut plantations are in the Ma
lay state of Perak. The capital
stock of the company is $400, 000,
divided into 40. oon shares of $lo
each. The limit of capital is set at
o .000.000. D o c t o r Waterhouse
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I iceeie n 11 a 1 w n ui
1 slock i" tl company as payment
-.,1 .. -i 1
100.00 for the plantations. It was pro
I posed to set out 3000 acres at once
in cocoanut trees.
3600. 00 10400.00 landed by Mr. Rodrigues, was car
Upon motion of Mr. Gav second
ed by Mr. Lota, expenses for road
8i00.oo ; n ork in the different district (or
the enusiug munth were limited to
1 the sum of $1700.00 as follows:
1 Roads & Bridges $400 00
Roads ft Bridges 350 00
Roads it Bridges 250 00
Roads & Bridges 500 00
Koad & Bridges
UiKJii motion of Mr. Gay tiecoud-
ed.by Mr. Rodrigues the tuuetiug
Was adjourned but subject to tlie
- , call q; a chaii .
New Stenciled Articles
Artistic in Designs Low in Price
Cusl lion covers, Curtains, Laundry bags,
Shoe bags, Wor bags, Table Covers, Belts,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL MAIL ORDERS
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone Xo. 102.
210.211 Bailor, BUg.
Agents For Kauai, In The
J. M. Kaneakua on membership,
W. H .Rice, Merchandise, Lihue
Rev. J. A. Akina membership,
C. B. Hofgaard & Co. L t d.,
By the establishment of a local
agency under the management of
W. O. Franklin, the Brunswick -
Balke-CollendcrCoinpany has made '
it possible for owners of billiard ta-1
bks to have repairs made without I
the necessity of sending to the
mainland. Mr. Franklin is located
at 71 Queen Street, Honolulu,
wdiere he carries in stock a com
plete line of billiard and pocket
billiard tables and accessories as
Well as the celebrated Wicke's re
frigerators, well-known as econo
mists in ice. These a:e fished on
the exterior in oak or tile and in
side with opal glass. Correspon
dence relative to tables or supplies
nnd refrigerators will have prompt
attention ut tlie h a n d of Mr.
Franklin who will give personal
attention to renairs to tables.
All men are eijual at birth and
Of two evils choose neither.
Some men are like wheelbar
rowsthey won't carry anything
unless tiwy sue pushed,
BODY S YLES AND PRICES
Roadster, two paenger, 25 gal.
Koacltter, three paenger, ingle
rumble Seal, $1000
Roadster, four panenger, double
rumbl Seat, $1025
Bearings Front wheels; large sie, ball type.
Ri.ar wheels: roller, with ball thrusts.
Frurne Pressed steel; best open hearth stock;
drop sub-flame, to which transmission and
motor are secured.
Radiator Kxtra large; vertical tubes; horizon
tal fins; very efficient.
Daslt Rich mahogany, with coil box to match.
Protected on edges with brass moulding,
channeled out to the fit over edges of the
woodwork, providing protection from the
Equipment- Two gas head lights; generator;
two side oil lamps; tail lamps; horn; full set
of tools and jack.
Runabout- Price $1000 F. O. B. Detroit.
Price S1350 F. O. B. Honolulu .with top,
glass front and Pres O. Lite tank.
Touring Car- Price S1600 F. O. B. Honolulu
including top, glass front and Pres O. Lite
Frank E. Howes, Manager
Branch Wahiawa, Telephone Xo. 7.
Bishop & Co.
HoNOi.ri.r, Hn.o, Waimka
Transacts a General Bakning
and Kxchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed at the rate
of A per cent per annum
on Sayings Bank deposits,
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
AH business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
1119 Fori Street, Honolulu
Has a fine line of Cut Glass.
Hawaiian Scenes painted on China
Always Popular Prices
Most of a man's wickedness
comes from an evil heart, but a lot
of his meanness comes from n bad