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THE .GARDEN ISLANp.
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privilege free pf charge. , for thel
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"Sam cuurcn was uuiy reecivtu, uuu
the "petition was granted upon the
conditions named therein.
A petition (P 697) from Koloa
to recrade and macadamize tne 1
road leading to the Koloa landing
. as soon after the finishing of the
work on. the road from Koloa to
Lawai and before the R o a d
Machinery is removed to another
locality, was also' 'received-and the
same placed on file.
The report CP 692) of the Pound
Master for .L,ihue for the three
months ending witlVMarch 31,
1912, was duly received 'and re
ferred to the Standing Committee'.
Reports (P 701) -on-, School
Buildings etc., for March, 1912,
wer.e duly received and filed.
, Financial Reports for the month
of March, 1912, to-wit: Treasurer's
(R 110), Auditor's (RUOa),
Auditor's Trial H a 1 a n c e etc.-,
(R llOaa) and the Joint Report,
(R 11 Ob) were duly received and
referred to the Finance Committee.
Mr. Gay, committee, favorably
reported-upon the financial reports,
Nos. 109, 109a, 109aa, and 109b.
for the month of February 1912,
.and'tipon his recommendation'the
.-reports .were 'approved.'
An apilication--(698) in behalf
..of the Cqunty of-;Kauai to the X
,hue.;Plautatjpa Cp. Ltd.; for' the
conveyance. to the County of Kauai
for a site upon which- to' build a
County. Building, of .five acres pf
. land ju. Field ?fo. 14, knowu as the
Qfiice .Field,, adjoining the Lihue
Park, and, the., offer of the- said'
Company per (Vm, C. Parke, its
'Secretary, to sell to the County of
Kauai five acres of land, in .said
Field No."'141 for the sum of $500
' per acre or for $2500 for five acres
were duly filed, and upon motion
o'f Mr. McBryde seconded by Mr.
Gay the offer was accepted and the
Clerk was 'instructed to notify the
I BOWLING' ALLEYS
Inline Plantation Co, I,td., of the
acceptance of its offer by the Board
and to state also that the , Board
stands readv to receive a deed for
the saifl land. t .
i i.'.. fTJ'Acni ti-
i ltBiyuiiuuu vi uv? u
Arthur H. Rice as Treasurer of the
County of Kauai nei was duly re-
ceived and accepted with due
Mr. G a y reporting on matters
regarding the repairing work 'done
to the Mana School and the Maka
woli' School stated that the repair
work to the Mana School will soon
be completed and that to" the Maka
weli School-was finished.
Upon motion of Mr.' McBrycle
dtilv seconded by Mr". Gay there (
was approved an Additional Appro
priation for Koloa Roads a n d
Bridgi th : inn- of $200.00 same
to'be'ust.! for fencing in the County
Stable lot in Koloa.
At 11:30 A. m. arecesswas taken
until 3:00 i. M . I
Al'-TKRNOO.V SlJSSlON. '
At 3:00 r.-M. the Board again'
resumed its meeting.
A few bills were presented to the
Board and after the same were duly 1
passed upon, the Board" approved '
them against Ihe following Appro
priations as follows':.
; Koloa' 1 "
' WaimeVi ' '
' '' 50.00
Special Deposit Schools:
AVai'mea ' " "24.45"
'Koloa . 5,25
Lihue G.6S 36.38
Support & Maintenance of prisoners"
' " ' 20,00
Road Work: ' . '' ' . ,
County Road Machinery 210.61
' Roads &' Bridges ' 18.40
Upon a statement b'y the chair,
the Lihue' Road Authorities ' were'
authorized to purchase new wheels
for' the steam road rollers.
Allowances for road work in the
Queen St., Honolulu
received their firSt
of the new .
also cary a large -stock' of
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supplies . in : ' ' . "
F 1 1 By Faith Made Whole
You pay the same price a t our
store that you would pay in the
large cities in the States.
U r I I W I
different districts ior the current
month, by a unanimous vote of the
Boa'rd. were limited as follows:
' 'Oiling Roads 500.00
Roads & Bridges 500.00 "
Koloa: Rds. & Bridges ' 500.00
Lihue: ' Rds. & Bridges' 500.00
Kawaihau: Rds& Bridges 400.00
Hanalei: Rds. & Bridges 500.00
Dr. Glaisyer through the chair
man asked leave to report on the
conditions of the County Mules in
the different districts, at the next
ineeting of the Board which was
Mr. Lota, after stating that the
Kalalau-Haena road is in need of
immediate repairs, was instructed
to investigate more fully on the
condition of the road and report at
the next meeting- with an estimate
of the cost for such work.
At 3:3U p. m. tne meeting was
adjourned subject to the call of
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competent man to act as Inspector
during the erection of the Hana-
pepe School Building.
Hakapepe-Makaweli Point $300
Upon motion-the sum of $300,
was appropriated .and set aside for
the cutting off 6 f the Kukamoku
Puns Kii.auea Bridge
The Secretary was instructed to
communicate with the Superinten
dent of Public Works in, regard to
the plans and specifications wltich
he had undertaken to prepare of
Anahola Hii.1, Regrade
Mr. J. B. Keightley, Engineer,
made a report of his survey of the
proposed new grade of this hill and
offered two alternatives. Upon
motion the Chairman and the Su
pervisor from Kawaihau were re
quested to inspect the proposed
grades and were authorized to se
lect which should be constructed
and to order work to proceed.
Meeting adjourned subject to the
call of the chair.
W. D. Mciiryde,
Kauai Loan Fund Commission,
The "bunch" from Eleele en
joyed a very pleasant day at Olokele
Canyon last Sunday.
Misses Janet aiid Maile Hastie
are spending their Easter vacation
in Koloa as the guests of Mrs. Win
Miss. Marian Hastie left on the
"Kinau" on Saturday for a. week's
stay in Honolulu. She expects to
be back by the "Hall" on Friday
Mr. Marshall, the contractor for
the new Hanapepe School, left for
Honolulu on the Mauna Loa on
Mr. R. L. Hughes of Port Allen
is expected back the end of this
Miss Beaser who was the guest
. of Mrs. Alexander, left for Hono
lulu last week.
Mrs. K. Roendahl and daughter
i ure visum, uu muui.
Mrs. Weber will entertain the
Lihue ladies at an afternoon tea on
VSdH 11 II hi
j With a collie, tawny, brown and
I white, clear marked, thorough
' bred, Stevcnt, editorial writer and
j cynic, strode into the office and
I threw his gloves on the desk near
est the window. When lie was
not working there, -it was always
neatly piled with manuscript and
papers. And it was the only one
that was. The others were strewn
and littered from Monday morn
ing until Saturday night. Sunday
did no better for them.' It sort
of went with success in tlie craft
to throw things around. The chief
did it; and everybody knew the
chief could "push a pen." Billy,
now, was neat; and heaven knows
Billv was slow to catch. He
lidn't look very well when he
was on; son ot tlie cuter, tnougn,
rubbing the soft green mold off
the first year out of college.
When the new editor first came
on. tlie lorce regarcieu nun crm
eilly. This habit of neatly stack
ing up things met with disdain.
"Not much in him with that for
start." Butts had said. Butts
was teiegrapu man ami used to
copy, pots ot paste, snears and
men all in a jumble. "Not much,
I guess-," the rest agreed; and
there opinion stuck for a week.
But Macafee,- mayor, political
boss and scoundrel underneath,
made a try, just here, for state
politics; using for leverage the
municipal office he had insulted
and bemeaned. Most people were
afraid of Macafee; Stevens was as
signed to him He tool; care of
him nicely, and after the first shot
from his pen neither the force nor
Macafee doubted the ability that
The political boss interviewed 1
the editor to fight or make terms; '
at the end of the interview there
, , , . . , . . , I
remained no doubt in his mind I
that Steven s tongue was as direct!
as his pen. Election proved the!
point of his work.
After that, the new editor was
"Steve" around the office. That
marked his solid footing, and he
could rubberhand and tabulate his
doggoned stuff," i f he chose,
HERE AND THERE
Misses Alspaugh, Pascheg, and
Huddy, of the Kealiaschool, pass
ed through Lihue Friday en route
to the Waimea side to visit during
Douglas Baldwin, of Punahou
College, spent his vacation with
his parents, Mr. and -Mrs. B. D.
Baldwin of Makaweli.
Miss Florence Deverill. of the
Hannlei teaching staff spent a part
of hef vacation with Lihue friends.
Mrs. V. Newman, Principal of
the Hanalei School was here Satur
day, en route to Hanapepe where
she expects to spend the holidays.
The Feninndes brothers, return
ed to Honolulu Saturday. They
are students of the St. Louis
College, and had beeu spending
the vacation with their father, J.
B. Fernandes of Kapaia.
Mrs. Charles Rice will delight
the young people o f Lihue t o
morrow atternoou n y giving a
children's fancy dress party. The
invitations announce the beginning
of festivities at 3 o clock.
Ml the Big
If you attend anv of
bier college carries vou will find
that the ball almost invariably
used is the REACH OFFICE
AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL.
College men won't have anything
but the BEST-that's why they all use
College men know too that the Kcach
American league loriea years, auau the
duu iua uc uacu in any icapc game. rriCC
(action, a new article or your i
nld authority of the American
IDBKKlCil IJKt IITI A I. HANK II
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
' for the Territory of Hawaii
When Steve was sitting, he
didn't look tall; but he was. His
shoulders were wide and straight
across and his sides lined solidly
up and down, with little intake at
the waist. There were long legs
thrust under the desk, and this
was where his inches lay. He
had done hurdles and the pole
vault at college, the .same, hilly
spoke of every day for his own.
But nobody supposed Steve knew
the place: Billy claimed office
honors from there.
This morning Steve was late.
The desk nearest the window had
received several glances from the
chief; but he a c k n o w 1 e d g e d
Steven's greeting with a nod, as
though he hadn't been thought of
for a week. The collie came and
sniffed around, but lay down at
Steve's "Charge Tarn!"
For an hour there was slillnes-s
at the room, save for the sound oY
pens, s t u b ones, tearing over
rough yellow copy paper. There
was plenty of noise in the hall;
"devils" scurrying along with t
proof and bringing back copy; re
porters up two steps at a time to
get up stuff for the noon edition;
the pound of presses; the click of
telegraph and ring of telephone.
A boy knocked at the door and
came in without waiting for an
swer. The chief looked up and
nodded, "Ready, Stevens?"
"One page," and Stevens flung
out to the bov the sheets shoved
in a pile at his left, and went en
writing. The older man glanced
over tne nloseiy written matter,
waited a minute t o receive the
remainder and then rut it all, with
some stuff of his own, into a wiie
basket on the leaf pulled out of
his desk. The messenger picked
it up and went on the run down
The chief swung rornd in his
i chair and sat regarding the profile
over bv the window. Stevens was
pulling the collie's ears and strok
ing them back; but he wasn't
looking at the dog. Something,
up the street held his attentionV
' ... , . , . . , ., W"
not his especial interest, though
v omii,it w, ;11ct riPnr .w- .
that was: but it wasn't up the
street. His eyes were gray, not
large and not small, but well set.
They were much darker in the
center, and this area had a habit
of deepening when he was bearing
his thought dowu hard. He was
looking this way now.
To be Continued.
A Makaweli Ball
Special lo The Garden hland.
Makaweu, Adril 6, Manager
and Mrs. Baldwin were hosts at
one of the most enjoyable balls of
the season last night, the occasion
being in honor of their son
Douglas who returned to Puna
hou this afternoon.
The large lanai at the McBryde
beach house was the setting for the
affair which was attended by about
All members of the Lihue Base
ball Club are hereby notified that
a meetiticr will be bold Frirlnv
! evening at 7:30 in the Garden Is-
land building. Important busi
ness will be up for consideration.
County Clerk Kaneakua, assisted
by Henry Waiau, is in Hanalei in
pursuit of voters. A special from
Hanalei at noon to-day, stated that
103 had been registered in that
precinct and that the work would
probably be completed thereto-day,
after which the board will move on
linfl lias been adopted by the
Official League ball. j,o other
Is a guarantee of qaality-II means satU-
vcAccpt uu uuu ana uau unaer Jl.OQ).
tiutory and pnotoi ot Vorhffi
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