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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1912
Lihue Town-Site Lot
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14 LOTS RIGHT IN THE HEART OF LIHUE
These lots are situated on the windward side of Main Street, and extend from a point opposite Hotel Fair
view to the County Building site.
Lots are within five minutes' walk of post-office, bank and store, fifteen minutes from church, private and
public schools. Ground is ready for immediate buiding purposes. Sale begins today.
PERMANENT WATER RIGHTS
EXCELLENT SOIL, GOOD DRAINAGE
FULL PARTICULARS AT THE LIHUE PLANTATION OFFICE
Regular meeting of the Kanai
Loan Fund Commission held in
Lihue on August 7th. 1912.
Meeting called to order at 2 p.
si. by Vice-Chairman H. D. Wish
ard. Present James K. Lota and
W. D. McBryde, J. H. Moragne,
Engineer. Absent Marston Camp
bell and Francis Gay.
Minutes of the previous meeting
read and approved.
Extension op time. Hanapepr
The secretary presented letter of
Contractor Geo. E. Marshall re
questing an extension of time until
the 20th of August, under his con
tract for the erection of the new
Hanapepe school.. Request, upon
motion duly seconded, was grant
ed and the secretary instrucfed to
so notify him.
Contract & Bond. Kilauea
The secretary presented the con
tract for the erection of the Kilau
er Bridge, duly signed by the
members of the Kauai Loan Eund
Commission and by Geo. E. Mar
shall, Contractor, a s also bond
with J. I, Silva as surety. The
contract as also the bond were up
on motion duly appoved by the
The following motion was made
and being duly seconded, was
passed by the Board.
"That the salary o f J . H ..
Moragne as Engineer of the Kauai
Loan Fund Commission be at the
rate of one hundred and seventy
five dollars ($175.00) per month,
the same to date from the first day
of July 1912."
Travelling Expenses Engineer
The following motion, being
duly seconded was passed.
"That J. H. Moragne, Engi
neer of the Kauai Loan Fund
Commission be allowed the sum
of $100. One hunrdred dollars per
month for travelling expenses, the
same to date from the first day of
Local And Personal
Manager Jack Myers of Kilauea
was in the County Seat Thursday.
Manager Alexander of McBryde
came over Thursday for the mail.
The Lihue Hall is the center of
attraction these days. Jack Berg
strom is holding morning and
afternoon concert with his array
of beautiful auto player pi an o s
which he has on display, For tone
and expression, Jack says they
can't beat, and we believe it too.
The Waimea bridge has been re
paired and painted. New founda
tions have replaced the old ones
and the bridge is again an orna
ment to the town.
K. C. Hopper and C. S. Dole
were in Waimea Wednesday.
Sperry flour Best on the coast,
is the housewife's boast. tf.
Cancellation Of Bill 143. J5600.
Upon motion duly seconded bill
No. 142 for 600, was withdrawn
and ordered cancelled.
Payment Of Bills
The following bills were then
presented and upon motion duly
approved and ordered paid.
No. 147. H. Hackfeld & Co. 4.65
No. 148. H. Hackfeld &Co. 41.25
No. 149. I. I. S. N. Co. 9.00
No. 150. H. M. Castro 740.60
No. 151. J. II. Moragne 100.00
No. 152. J. H. Moragne 175.00
No. 153. G. Haggarty 242.95
No. 154. G. Haggarty 879.75
No. 155. G. Haggarty 24.59
No. 156. Leslie Wishard 30.00
No. 157. L. Wiebke 587.60
No. 158. M. J. Pereira 184.90
No. 159. Geo. M. Mahikoa 93.45
No. 160. Honolulu Iron Works
No. lf'l. Bridgewater & Hopper
No. 162. Bulletin Publishing Co.
The Engineer stated that he had
had plans etc. prepared for the
new steel bridge for the Kealia
Stream and that bids for same
were to be opened at the next re
gular meeting of the Board.
Upon motion the Board adjourn
ed subject to the call of the chair.
W. D. McBryde,
Kauai Loan Fund Commission.
NEVER WIN OUT
Since the talk of the Roosevelt
third party movement has arisen it
is well to look back to other "third
parties," all of which had more or
less support, but were short lived.
Here are a few:
Anti-Masonic Paity In 1832 it
was strong enough to gain the sup
port of Seward. It made a vigorous
fight against Andrew Jackson. In
the end the only vote obtained was
that of Vermont.
Liberty Party In 1844 this
party was comprised of strong op
ponents of slavery and gave its
powerful aid to Polk, democrat.
Its nominee, James G . Birney,
however, got only enough votes in
New York to take the state away
from Clay, the whig candidate.
Free Soilers This party grew
out of the Liberty party. It went
into the fight in 1848 with former
President Buchanan as leader. It
received enough votes in New York
to deprive Lewis Cass of that state
and elect Zachary Taylor president.
In 1852 the party lost to Franklin
Pierce, who won every state but
The Know-Nothings It was
successful in state elections in 1854
and 1855, but when it went into a
presidential election obtained only
the vote of Maryland. This was
the year Buchanan beat former
President Fillmore and the re
publican Fremont .
Constitutional Union In t h e
year 1860, the year of Lincoln this
party put John Bell of Tennessee
and Edward Everett of
Massachusetts on its ticket. Its
strongest hope was that it would
avert war between the states. All
the votes it received was 39, those
from Virginia, Kentucky and
Greenbackers The greenback
party also sprang up after the war,
but put forth no candidate until
1876. when Peter Cooper was
chooseu leader. Cooper did not
receive an electoral vote. Neither
did Gen. Weaver, 1880.
Populist Party In 1892 the po
pulists re-enforced by the Farmers'
JEWELRY & DIAMONDS
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise op the
Best Quality Only.
P. 0. Box 342 Honolulu
Have established a circuit
which they will cover at
short intervals with a combi
nation o f good vaudeville,
good ard carefully selected
Moving picture films.
A few weeks' engagement
of a famous "German Magi
cian" in his slight-of-hand
performances and Hypnotiz
Don't fail to see them
when they strike your
It is worth your time and
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Geo. A. Bertram, Proprietor.
General machine, Automobile and gas
engine repairs, auto supplies,
AGENTS FOR ACETELINE GAS LIGHTING CO.
We Are equipped with the very highest grade
American machine tools and our facilities for the
handling of automobile repair work are
Our efforts are to please our patrons, and
trial will prove to you how easily it is done.
WE DELIVER THE GOODS
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Tel. 32 W. WAIMEA, KAUAI. P. O. Box K.
alliance, obtained 22 electoral votes
for their candidate Gen. Weaver.
With the year following, though,
there was much agitation all over
the nation, the partv gradually dis
solved as others before it had done.
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
V. V. NEWELL, Manager.
Kapiolani Building, Honolulu.
gOur shop employes only skilled workmen, is supplied with
every modern appliance and is the only up-to-date vulcanirins
plant in the Islands.
Our RETREADING is done by experienced men from repu
All We Ask Is A Trial
Kauai Orders Solicited
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND $2.50.