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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
GENERAL ELECTION PROGL
In pursuance with the law, the
Board of Supervisors of the Coun
ty of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
does hereby proclaim that a general
jortion for the County Officers of
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Mtwcen the hours ot eight o'clock
The County of Kauai consists
of the Islands of Kauai and Nii
hau, and all other islands lying
within three nautical miles of the
shores thereof and the waters ad
. County Offickks To Bit Ei.kct
. FIVE SUPERVISORS, one be
ing from each of the five districts
of the said County of Kauai, to
w i t: Waimea, Koloa, Lihue,
SHERIFF who shall be ex offi
- COUNlV CLERK who shall be
cx-ofhcio CLERK O F T II E
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS.
AumTOK; County Attoky;nk
And County Truasurkr; a 1 1
of whom except the Supervisors,
to be elected bj' the duly qualified
voters of the County of Kauai.
MA KE K AUG HA
I kulike me ke kanawai ma keia
kc kuahaua aktt jiei ka Papa Luua
kiai o ke Kalana o Kauai, Teri
tore o Hawaii nei, e uialania ia
ana ke Koho Balota Mau no na
Luna-Aupuni Kalana o ke Kalana
THE BRU KICK
BO WLING ALLEYS
The Supervisors to be elected by
the duly qualified voters of each
and every district aforesaid.
The Registration o r Election
Precincts and Polling Places with
in and for the County of Kauai
nei, will be the same as for the
election of SENATORS AND RE
PRESENTATIVES of the (next)
LEGISLATURE of the Territory !
of Hawaii nei. from the County j
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF '
the said Board of Supervisors of!
the County of Kauai hath hereun-!
to set its hand and caused the !
Seal of the said County of Kauai I
to be oiilxed hereto, at its office
in Lihue, County of Kauai afore
said, this 22 day of August, A. D.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS'
County of Kauai.
H. D. Wishard
Seal V. D. MeBryde
. ' j. K. Lota.
J. Mahiai Kaneakua
Clerk, County of Kauai.
o Kauai nei ma ka Poalua ka la 5
o Novemaba, M. H. 1912, tna na
wahi apau maloko'o ke Kalana o
Kauai nei uiawaena oka hora
ewalu (8) o ke kakahiaka ame ka
hora el i in a (5) o ke aliialii.
1 Queen St., Honolulu
received their firt
of the new
also cary a large stock of
You'll Go To Grass
just as surely as does the loose stock, if
you equip yourself with one of our . Golden
Gate or Freemont Ball-bearing Lawn Mowers,.
They leave a ridgeless swath in their
wake, as smooth as that velvet rug on your
Have you seen what we offer in this
line If not, come right in and let Us con
vince you that we have just what you want.
OUR GARDEN HOSE
is another necessity for the well kept lawn
during this drouth. If you are not satisfied
with what you have, we can supply you
with a hose which Will satisfy you.
k Is LIU1-1
O ke Kalana o Kauai nei ua
komo maloko olaila ua Mokupuni
o Kauai ainc Niihau ame ua Mo
kupuni e ae e moe ana maloko o
ekolu mile ana nioana inai ko latia
man kapakai aku -ame ua kai e
hooptini ana ia laua.
O na Luna Aupuni Kalana c
koho ia ai, lie,
ELIMA LUNAKIAI oia hoi lie
hookahi mai kela ame keia Apanai
pakahi mai maloko o ke Kalana o
Kauai nei, oia hoi o Waimea, Ko
loa, Lihue, Kawaihau ame Hana
lvUiNA iMAKAl jNUl a ma o
kana oihana oia no ka LUNA KO
KAKAUOLELO O KR KALA
NA O KAUAI ljei a ma o kana
oihana oia no ke Kakauohlo o ka
LUNAHOOIA, LOIO KALA
NA; ame ka PUUKU O KR KA
LANA; a o lakou apau -koe na
Luuakiai, e koho ia lakou e ka
p0e kupouo i ke koho balota oloko
o ke Kalana holookoao Kauai rei.
0 na Luuakiai hoi e koho ia lakou
e ka poe koho balota ma kela ame
keia Apana -i oleloia.
0 na Mahele Koho Balota ame
na Wahi e Koho ai maloko nei a
no ke Kalana o Kauai uei el ike
ana no ia me na Mahele Koho
Balota ame na Wahi Koho no ke
koho balota ana i ke Seuatoa ame
na Luuauiakaaiuaiia no keia Kau
Ahaolelo ae o ke Teritori o Hawaii
nei mai ke Kalana nei aku o Kauai
1 HOIKE NO KA OIAIO O
KRIA ua kau iho ka Papa Luua
kiai i oleloia inalalo ae nei o keia i
kona lima a ua kauoha hoi e hoai
lona ia keia irie ke Sila Oihana o
ke Kalana o Kauai uei ma kona
Keena Oihana ma Lihue, Kalana o'
Kauai nei, i oleloia i keia la 22
Augate M H. 1912.
PapJuLuuakiai, Kalana o Kauai.
' ' H. D. Wishard
W. D. MdBrydh
J. K. Lota.
Kalana o Kauai, T. H,
Grand Jury's Report
Continued from page 1
tne county of Kauai, where there
are sharp corners or corners that
would hide a clear view ahead,
such corner or coiners should be
cut out and obstacles be removed.
IT, ..It 'j. . .
u v wouiu sue iwo places in our
road and more particularly that
corner on the matika side of the
Lihue School. The west comer ot
that road leading to Koloa. is so
sharp and the one above it opposite
Air. l. Weber's place, that it needs
.attention to have such corners
maue sate tor travellers, passing
auu repassing, We site these two
places out of the many dangerous
turns in our roads which mar their
We hope, however, that t h e
couutv fathers may take steps to
remove all menaces of this nature
wherever found. Thereby lessen
ing accident of serious nature to a
K. H. Weber, foreman; K. C.
Hopper, clerk; Wm. Kuhlman, H.
Anderinann Jr., II. Busch, W .
Scheiber.T. R. Neal, F. G. Douse
A. de Brctteville, A. T. Sheldon,
Oeo. Kaeo, I?. J. Morgan, Iler
ni a n Htiddy, L.J. Muiulon.
Joseph Scharch, J. Seghorn.
Sealed proposal will Ik1 received nt
the olliee of II. I). Wishard, Vice chair
nian Kauai Loan Fund Commission, Li
liue, Kauai, until 10 o'clock a. m . Wed
nes lay, Sept. -Mi. 1012, and, then open
oil, for the' construction of a two-story
Frame Building for the County nf Kauai.
Plane aiul specifications and forms of
iirnposal-4 may 1e obtained from Itiplcy,
Kcynolds it Davis,- .Architects, Boston
building, Honolulu. A deposit of $10 will
he ret i Hired for each set of plans and
spiVilleations, and a eertilied cheek for
u sum equal to live per ccuf-of the
amount of the hid must nceoinpany ' the
PROBATE NOTICE- . '
IX TIIK CIIKTIT COITUT, FIFTH
C1KCT1T, TKHKlTOliY OK HAWAII
Ix I'noii.vrr. at, eiiAMiii'.ns, xo 1!0.
In the Mutter of the Estate of CiiAHtx.s
' Ciiiiistian and Kjim v Si'hxit.u Ciiiiis
Order of notice pf petition "for allowance
oi accounts, determining trust hint
distributing the estate.
On reading and filing the petition and
accounts of Hans Isenlcrg, Administra
tor of the joint Kstate of Charles Chris
tian and Kinnia Spencer Christian, de
ceased, wherein petitioner asks to he
allowed :!"!. -40 anil charged with
S-ll'i07.0"), anil asks that the same Ik' ex
amined ami approved, and that a linal
order Ik1 made of distribution of the re
nainii g property to the persons then tc
nlitli-d r.nd iliscbarjiii petitioner am
mi'lie fr m all further rcspon-ibilitj
It is c.ulei.rl, that Wednesday, the
!."ith. tlay of September A. I). lfH'2, at
0 o'clock a. sr. Ix'fore the Judge presid
iiK ft Chambers of said Court at his
Court liooiu in Lihue, County of Kauai,
be and the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for hearing said petition
and accounts, and that all persons in
terested may then and there appear and
show cause, if any they have, why the
same should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who' are entitled to
the said property. And that notice of
this Order, he published in "Tm: (!aii
di:.v Isi.vxd" a newspaper printed and
published in said Lilnu for three
successive weeks, the last publication to
Ik1 not less than two weeks previous to
the time therein appointed for said hear
ingint.. Dated the I'.lth day of August 11)12.
(.Seal) (Signed) .Lvi.i: A. I)icki:v,
Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fifth Circuit.
(Signed) l'nii.ii' L. ltici:,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of tho Fifth
Aug. 20, 27, and Sept. P,, 10.
Annual Meeting Notice
The Annual Meeting of the Hui
Kuai Aina o 1 Wainiha, Kauai,
will be held on the 5th day of
September, 1912, at 10:00 o'clock
A. m., at the Meeting House of
the said Hui,at Wainiha, and all
those iinterested in .said Hui are
hereby requested to attend .said
meeting at v the time a u d place
(Signed) Jamks K. Aroi.o,
Auahola Kauai. July 27th, 1912.
RKV., HANS ISKNBKRG .
The Lihue Plantation has. eleven
hundred acres o! forestry, every
tree of '"which it has planted.
C. W. SPITZ When it comes
to the government putting up pro
perty which should properly be
long to people who have resided
thereon for fifteen or twenty years,
to the highest bidder, knowing
mat tne man could not raise
enough money to outbid specula
tors, I say, then the government
becomes nothing less than an
ordinary laud shark.
DEPUTY SHERIFF WER
NER. (Hanalei) The political
situation l n Hanalei, while ap
parently very quiet at present,
will probably develop considerable
excitement before long.
Lieutenant Carter and B. Cox,
in command of the Salvation Army
lor tne territory ot Hawaii, visits
Waimea Wednesday, August 28th,
ajul will speak in the Hawaiian
Church at 7:30 p. in. His daughter
will accompany him.- She i s a
sweet singer, and all are cordially
invited to be there.
O. R. Kunnkdv,
Fred F. Lacks, resident sales
manager Orenstein Arthur Kappel
Co., railway equipment with Hack
field & Co., as agents, left Satiir
dav for Honolulu after closinir a
deal with the Kauai Railway Co.,
for new rolling stock.
The best flour known, in every
home Sperry Hour. tf.
Advertisements in this col
umn wjll be charged, at the. -rate
of fifteen cents per line tjgL,'
for each issue. No single in
scrtion Will be run for less
than One dollar.
I Irijjl 1 1 girl, Hnqniro .lob
printing department, this'
fei'rcd. Small family. Xn
l'Jnifuire (iAiihi.s IsiNl) ollicc.
l'lin- bred I'ekin ducks?
2.00 per pair. Limited
r.uml er. l'lione 24 L
T u i: (TAiwn.v
Isi.axk's j o
ijepartmejit makes a specialty in this
line. Quick dispatch and satisfactory
work our motto.
Kvcrylxjdy to know that
an ad in this column will
get results. If you've anything to sell,
want to buy, or wish help, etc,-, let an
ad in this column do it for you.
A wntcli charm, (.'old 'ffiftt
and German (!old coin kiwteni
ed together with 1nk. Lost on roiul be
tween Lihue Store and court yard. He
ward for return to this olliee.
Several, young, unbroken
fillies and driving tneret.
Alio tome tnnrei with mil
hy their side. Address all cemmunica'ion or call
at the home of the undersigned where slock can
be seen. ,
OLAF THRONAS, Papan, Kuuai. I'. O. Kcalia
y I i n d e r motorcycle.
fully equipped, iiiiirst clusxconditiou and
good as new. For full purticulars, con
sult, J. I. Silva, Kleele Store.
Territory for $200.G0. (IoimI condition;
brand new transmission. IJemonst rations
given. For full particulars, enquire at
given thai in y
Itosy Antone l'a-
cbeco, having left
my bed. and board
without cause, I
all not Ik.' respon-
sible for any debts contraeted'by her.
Dated at Koloa, Kauai, August V 11)12.
Ih hereby given that the
undersigned will sell t o
any one, all Ins interests in the estate of
V. Hodge, deceased, bis irnmdfutlit.r.
This estate consists of one (full) t-'je
owned by the said V. Ilodiro in tlSeii
Aina of Wainiha. Kauai nei. and oilier
interests in said Hui acquired by the'-'
said V. Hodge by purchase.
I can be found either at Mr. J. II.
Coney's residence or at my ' residence.
lint it I cannot be found at either nliiro
please ask my wife for me.
Ku Liii.ii ( V.IIo!xii:,)
Niuniahi, Lihue, Kauai.
A reward of $20.00 will be paid
for the return of a small, croco
dile leather bag which was lost between
N'awiliwili and Kilauea last -Wednesday.
i .I......-:. ..r i t.. .... p i, . .
. ui-.-i-iiiiuii ui i in- uag im as lonows:
Made ot crocodile leather. Iinx n !lvir
shield marked "M. M. YV." on one side.
ami "tirecn Hank, Kohahv Hawaii, on
the other side.
Contents! two 20.00 notes, one 10.00
note, two 10.00 gold pieces, a signet
ring, a locket, a box of keys', etc.
If returned to this olliee, the above re
ward will be paid promptly. tf.
A moving picture machiff a
green operator, a mormon church
an explosion, and a panic-stricken
crowd combined to present a scene
at the mormon church in Kekaha
last Friday evening, which was not
on the program. As a result, the
audience took on a sudden dislike
t o moving pictures, hied itself
heme, leaving the operator for all
anyone knew lying dead beside
his machine. The operator w a s
knocked o u t completely, but re
covered within half an hour, when
he was observed crawling from un
der the debris which had been
created "by the explosion. A law
which would prohibit these fire
trap machines from being mani
pulated by every tour, Dick-and-Harry
would be one which should
prove a move in the right direc
tion for the pr6tection o f those
who attend t h e stuffy, packed
houses which one after finds with
but one little door which serves as
an accident as well as an entrance,
and entirely- inadequate throi'icli
which a crowd could pass in cTfce
of sudden fire.
Mrs. K. M. Yates, representing
Everybody's and endowed with a
commission to correct certain
promotion literature pertaining to
Kauai, arrived 'last Wednesday
m orning and after three days of
strenuous efforts, returned to Ho-nolulu-with
a supply of data whicii
will doubtess add greatly to the
promotion of our beautiful island.
Better be careful about the wate'rv
and milk you drink if you don't
want typhoid. Boil b ot h and