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THK GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEB. 20, 1912.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
kauai loan fund meets The Eleele Store
Westinghouse Electric &
Pelton Water Wheel
Electrical Engineers and
Coyne Furniture Company, Limited
Alexander Young Building, Honolulu
FURNITURE OF ALL INSCRIPTIONS
Bureaus, CliilToniers, Sideboards, l!o
Couches. Mattresses, Etc.
POULSTERING AND REPAIRING
TgTTTVl" 'II 1
Telki-hoxe 642 P. O. Box 54
HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO.
C. II . BROWN, Manager
SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, AND
SECOND HAND MACHINERY
ALKKAVILA ST., NEAR EU'.CTRIC POWER STATIOS-.
Coney Garage Co., Ltd.
J. II. CONEY, Manager
AUTOMOBILES TO ALL PARTS OF KAUAI
DAY OR NIGHT.
Autos and Light Machinery Repaired, Plumbing and Gas Fit
ting. Automobile Supplies. Agents for the Kissel Kar,
Franklin, Chalmers Detroit, Hudson, Gramm, Logan Truck,
and Colt Acetylene Lighting Plant.
Agents for the I. I. STEAM NAV. CO., Ltd.. Nawiliwili, Kauai
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange
Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
WANTED-'Two or three first-class
agents on Kauai.
Meeting of the Kauai Loan Fund'
Commission held in Li hue ,
February 7th., 1912.
Meeting called to order at 2 p.
m. b y Vice-Chairman H. I).
Wishard; others present being
Francis Gay, J. K. Lota and V.
1). McBryde Secretary and J. II.
Minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved.
The Secretary proceeded to open
the following bids for the erection
of the New Hanapepe School
Honolulu Construction & Dredg
Main Building $21,982.
Out Buildings 3,232. $25,314
C. B. Hofgaard, Geo. R. Ewart
Jr., & Cyrus T. Green.
Main Building $21,900.
Out Buildings 3,900. $25,890
The above bids were referred to
the Engineer for consideration
It being found that one more
bid had been addressed, as per
advertised bid, to the Secretary at
the Eleele Post Office, the Board
took a recess until the same
could be received.
At 4 p. M. the meeting was again
called to order.
HANAPEPE SCHOOL. The
bid from Eleele having been receiv
ed and upon the opening of the same
was found to be from Geo. E. Mar
shall, as follows:
Main Building $24,538.
Out Buildings 4,500. $29,038
Upon motion, dulv seconded, all
bids being in excess of the Appro
priation of $20,000. were rejected
and the Engineer was instructed
to have the Architect so modify the
plans and specifications as to allow
of new bids to be called for, to
come within the appropriation.
MAHINAULI BRIDGE. The
engineer was instructed to again
call for bids for the construction of
the reinforced concrete biidge to
be erected at Mahinauli gulch.
ASSISTANT ENGINE E R.
The Assistant Engineer was allow
ed, upon motion duly seconded,
the sum of $100. per month to
cover traveling expenses.
KILAUEA BRIDGE. The En
gineer was instructed to prepare
plans and specifications and to call
for bids for the erection of the new
reinforced concrete bridge at Ki
lauea. PAYMENT OF BILLS. Upon
motion duly seconded, the follow
ing bills were approved and order
No. 57. J. II. Moragne $75.00
No. 58. ConeyGarageCo.,Ltd. 2.00
No. 59. J. B. Keightley 150.00
No. 60. L. lebke 719.70
No. 61. Labor Pay Roll 30.00
No. 62. G. R. Ewart & T. Brandt
No. 63. Labor Pay Roll
No. 64. M. Hamauku 217.00
No. 65. C. B. Hofgaard 12.60
No. 66. E. Gardner 166.40
No. 67. Bridgewater & Hopper 7.00
2io. 68. ti. M. Castro 358.45
No. 69. H. M. Castro 100.00
No. 70. P. Fitzgibbon ' 291.25
Upon motion the meeting ad
journed subject to the call of the
V. D. Mcbryde,
Kauai Loan Fund Commission.
For the Kilchen vines for shade
Porch over the kitchen
spring, try the common lima-bean
vine, for this yields bountifully of
its fruit and the foliage is both
beautiful and dense. You can
also pick the beans easily.
T o make good
Using Yolks cf use of yolks of
Eggs eggs when mak
ing angel-cake or
any cake which calls for only the
whites of eggs, use the yolks for
making a batch of noodles which,
when dried, you can easily keep
on hand until needed.
When there is a
Substitute for sudden need of
Rubber Sheeting rubber sheeting,
and none is at hand
several sheets of newspapers will
be found to answer the purpose
just as well, and can be burned at
once. They can be used under
The afternoon cup
In Youi Teacup of tea a la Russe
gains a delicious
flavor when a pure candy lemon
drop is used instead of the juice of
a lemon and sugar. It is quite con
venient, when a lemon is r. "t ob
tainable, to find a few lemou-drops
at hand in one's little sugar-bowl.
Our line of
mart new Regal
Shoe styles has won a
lot of praise among the
best-dressed men in
town. These new
Regal models are smarter
than ever, and they show
genuine custom style in every
line and curve.
Well-known New York and London custom bootmakers
designed the models from which every one of these Regal Styles
is built. They have a distinctive custom appearance found in no
other ready-to-wear shoes. Moreover, they are made in quarter.
tUei, insuring you an exact fit and perfect comfort.
REGAL SHOE STORE ?
I used carbon pa
Stencil From per to trace the
Cracker-Box pattern of t he daisy
stencil, given in
the Companion for October, on to
a piece of glazed pasteboard box,
such as small crackers come in,
then cut it out with the sharp
T)oint of a knife. This makes a
very satisfactory stencil, and is
used without being shellacked.
Well dry two
Bakers' Rolls pounds of flour,
add two tablespoons
of east, a little salt and half a
;.e ispoontul of bicarbonate of soda
dissolved in water. Mix very
! ghtly together with a pint of milk
a1.. 1 water. K:u-ad it well, and
set it over the heat to rise, cover
ing the bowl in which tha dough
is placed witli a towel. Then
mi;ke it up into about 12 rolls.
iS.ike in a quick oven one-quarter
of an hour.
Put two even
Cocoanut Pie tabl es p o o n f u 1 s
of grated cocoa
nut into a pint of milk. Add
three even tablespoonfulS of sugar,
the yolks of two well beaten eggs
and two even tablespoonfuls of
corn starch stirred to a paste with
a little cold milk. Add butter the
size of a walnut and cook until
thickened and smooth. Line a
pie plate with crust, prick in sev
eral places and bake in a hot oven.
Then fill the crust with the cocoa
nut mixture and spread with
meringue made from the whites of
the eggs beaten to a stiff froth
with two tablespoonfuls of sugar.
Sprinkle with cocoanut, set in an
oven and brown slightly in the
I had two bed
Benches of Old steads with side
Bedsteads rails split, so
used them to
make benches for hall and porch.
The headboards, with legs short
ened, made the backs of the bench
es, and the footboards, sawed in
two, formed the arms. The arms
were nailed tc back, and a narrow
strip was nailed on each side of arm
to make secure. Part of the broken
side-rails made the front of the
seat, and the seat itself was a wide
plank. Both benches were paint
ed, and then were comfortably
Something Worth Knowing
Coffee jelly, made with milk, is
A cloth moistened with alcohol
w ill clean piano keys.
To break an apple, use a thread
pulled through it.
Ammonia will bring out the
I i,.-;n;.,.. f i
Clean linoleum with warm water
and polish with milk.
Sterilize jars and all utensils be
fore putting up fruit.
Linoleum on the kitchen table
will last longer than oileloth.
When some one is burned or
scalded, apply lime water and olive
oil, half and half.
Pcaclns, stewed with pineapple,
make one of the most delicious
desserts of the season.
The best way to keep rats away
is to prevent any accumulation of
garbage arciur.d the house.
Clean old glass b pouring strong
ammonia on it; scrub well with a
brush ami rinse in ccM water.
The House With A Reputation For Squareness
J. I. SILVA. Proprietor.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
4! JJ FOR MANY AILMENTS IeJL.
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II f REXALL TOILET ARTICLES if
UH HAVE NO EQUAL FOR PURITY A&A
wjYjl Freight paid to nearatt port on orders for f$Tl
Il il BENSON, SMITH & CO. v
IF Jl Fort anil Hotml Stt. lilt Honolulu VC$
are sold by all the leading
stores in Hawaii
Theo. H. Davies&Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
The Reach Cork Center Ball
was the Official Ball of
REACH GOODS GUARANTEED
Guaranteed for Six Months
Six Pair to the Box
Ladies Lisle, in black, white and tan. $3.00 box
Children's Ribbed, black only, $2 box
Men's Cotton, black and tan, $1.75 box
Men's Lisle, black and tan, $3 box
Men's Cotton, white and assorted colors, $2 box.
. F. Ehlers & Co.
Sole Agents, Honolulu