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TM QARJM&f ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1912
The Best Ignition Batteries .on the Market
In Any Quantity
Electrical Supplies of All Kinds
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on or write the
: For the besl work and lowest rices call
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Alexander Young Laundry
We use Artksian Watbr. It makes white
clothes whiter, the colored brighter, and the
clothes wear 50 per cent longer.
OFFICE TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE j
Crystal White Soap
Is the best soap you can use
for washing clothing.
It is a pure white soap that
does not harm the clothes or
Your Grocer Sells It,
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Electrical Machinery Of
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tiflft j Freight paid to nearest port oa ord.r for tjM
Loan tFund Commission
Special meeting of theKatiai Loan
Fund Commission called to order
by Vicc-Chnir H. D. Wishard, all
members being present excepting
Mr. Marston Campbell.
Minutes of the pervious meeting
read upon motion duly approved.
The Vice-chairman stated that
this special meeting had been called
for the purpose of acepting t h c
Hanapepc Bridge and making
final payment, providing the re
port of the Engineer, J.H. Moragne
was favorable to its acceptance.
He then called upon the Engi
neer for his report.
Rui'ort On Hanaprtr Bridor.
The Engineef reported, verbally,
of having inspected the bridge
and found that same had been
constructed and completed accord
ing to plans specifications, and
that lit would recommend the
acceptanco of tame. The Board
there upon, upon motion, form
ally accepted the bridge and the
Secretary instructed to so notify
Paymknt oi Biixs.
The following bills, drawn against
the ""Appropriation Bell RoadB
and Bridges, County of iKaual,"
were then presented and upon
motion dully ordered paid:
No 113 Inter Island SteaniNavlga-
No 114 J. B, Keightly
No 115 J. B, Keightly
No 116 J. B. Keightly
No 117 II. M. Castro
No 118 Gco.R. Kwart&TBrandt
and the following bill against the
Appropriation School Buildings
and Equipment, County of Kauai:"
No 6 Geo. E. Marshall 6000.00
The Engineer reported that he
was expecting, within a few day6
plans and specification of the pro
posed new Kilauea Bridge, which
were being drawn at his request and
upon data furnished by him. After
considerable dicussion the Egi
neer was autnorized to call t o r
provided bids, the plans met with
all his requirements.
The call to state that the County
of Kauai would sell contractor the
necessary crushed rock, at some
suitably located quarry.
The Engineer reported and ad
vised on the construction of t h e
following culverts between Waimea
and Kekaha, prior to the macadam
izing of this section of road.
10 foot culvert at ditch between
Kekaha and the Faye residence.
Estimated cost $500.00
Extension of present small cul
vert, same section
Estimated cost $ 400.00
16 foot culvert at Pokii
Estimated cost 1000.00
12 foot culvert at K a 1 o a 1 o a
Motion made and seconded
that the Engineer be authorized to
construct these culverts under con
tract and the Board further appro
priated and set aside the amounts
specified for each culvert.
The Engineer reported theneces
sity of new bridges at Waixoko,
Waipa, and Waiou, stating that
some were unsafe and beyond re
pair. The Engineer wasinBtructed
to prepare plan9 and specifications
of concrete bridges for thee three
points and to submit the same to
the Board for this consideration.
The Engineer reported that he
was considering plans for the erec
tion of a reinforced concrete bridgo
at this point. That he would have'
Kershner Vulcanizing Co.,
1175-1177 Alakea St. Honolulu 4 '
Anli Tires Bike
Tires f neinatic
'Mattresses and Cnsh
To The Public
We take great pleasure in tell
ing you that we have new machin
ery for retreading auto tires,
andmoldsforeverv shape andsize
on the market. This method
does not heat the tire on the
bead therefore leaves the tire in
the same condition and shape as
before with a new tread on it.
One of our satisfied customers
said, "It isjust the dope" and
'We think so, too.
Horn bulbs to order $2.50.
'AH Kinds Of Rnb-'
ber Goods Repaired j
at Short Notice
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED i
pa win mwi MWMM I II Ml III! Ill laijuj
What is the use of paying
For & participating policy
when you can buy a no par
ticipating policy for only
at a lower rate
SMMit TWO GRADES
ll ll th quiBtjr ol cotton vtet nd lt
"j tbey tr m.dt th.t glf St.irni 4
fttut Mittrtim their perfect comtorl nd
Mdrful lib. An ixhiilvt "web yrocttJ."
m Let oi rtow Ihtm to jo today.
' Wc arc sole agents
ANCHOR Full Size $13.
LENOX Full Uzc $18.
823 Fort St
J. HOPP & CO., Ld.
185 King St., Honolulu
Mri. Hans Isenberg is delighted
witn her big, comfortable Cadillac,
which she purchased from the Kau
to make further soundings and in
vestigations as to whether there
were suitable foundations for a
bridge of this sort. He would, in
due course, report his findings to
Upon motion, duly seconded,
the meeting adjourned subject to
call of the chair.
W. D. McBrvde. Secretary.
Kauai Loan Fund Commission.
Guaranteed for Six Months
Six Pair to the Box
Ladies' Lisle, in black, white and tan, $3.00 box
Children's Uibbed. black only, $2 box
lien's Cotton, black and tan, $1.75 box
Men's IJsle, black and tan, S3 box
lien's Cotton, white and assorted colors, $2 box.
B. F. Ehlers & Co.
Sole Agents, Honolulu
j MIDSUMMER SALE
LINGERIE UNDER WEARi
Beginning Monday June 3rd. we will
sell our Night gowns, Skirts, Corset covers,
Chemises, Drawers our combinations at a
special discount of 20 per cent.
When sending your orders please give
as -much information as possible regarding
price style and size.
Remember you can save 20 per cent
by sending your orders to us Monday June
SA CHS DR Y GOODS CO.
P. O. Box 566
j l H Sporting
FOR PLANTATION MEN
These Boots have more water
proof qualities than any other
You get your moneys worth
even if the price is high.
$11.00 FOR 17INCH
MINIICIPTIIDCD'O ctmr nn
1051 Fort Street Honolulu.
Washington, D. C, May 2. Six
thousand dollars, to be made inime
diatcly available, for the widows o
next of kin of three United States
postal clerks who lost their lives in
the Titanic disaster, was voted by
the house today as an amendment
to the postofiice appropriation bill.
The sum is divided 2,000 each to
the nearest relative of J. S.March,
O. S. Woody and W. L.Quinu.
I It is a sign of the times that the
first servious Book in ths Koloa
Library deals with the construc
tion and care of the Automobile.
The Koloa Library evidently has
its car to the ground and means t"
meet the requirements of its sub
scribers. Contractor Marshall left for Ho
nolulu on the Kinau Saturday.