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THE GARDhN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, 1912.
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C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
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Autos and light machinery repaired. Plumbing and gas fittings.
Agents for Fisk and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers
Detroit, Hudson & Gramm-Logan Truck.
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai.
THE BRUNSWICK -BALKE CDLLENOER CO.
Established over 60 years
71 Queen St., Honolulu
From Lihue to Koloa $ 5.00
" " Kalaheo 7.00
' Eleele 8.00
" " Kilauea 10.00
'' " Hanalei 15.00
From Lihue to Wainiea $10.00
" Kekaha 11.50
" " " Barking Sands 17.50
" Anahola. 6.00
" Haena 20.00
Drummers using Trucks for transportation of sample trunks, $10 and $15 per day and board to driver.
One and one-half fare for round trip.
U Pocket Tables.
KAUAI LOAN FUND COMMISSION HOLDS MONTHLY MEETING
Superintendent Bishop Elected Chairman
. Menefoglio is Also Made a Member
-Much Bridge Work
Special meeting of the Kauai
Loan Fund Commission held in
Lihue on the 11th of November
Meeting called to order at 10 A.
m , by Vice Chairman H . D .
Wishard on the 11th of November
1912. Those present besides the
Vice-Chairman being A. Menefog
lio, V. D. McBryde and J. H.
Moragne, Engineer. Absent
The Vice-Chairman stated that
Mr. J. K. Lota having resigned as
aJViember of the Commission, Mr.
iAKleuefoglio had been appointed
a member to fill the vacancy caused
by his resignation.
Minutes of the previous meeting
were read and approved.
The following bills were then
presented and upon motion duly
approved and ordered paid.
No. 192 Lihue PlantationCo. 933.59
No. 193 Geo. II. Evans 60.00
No. 194 J. II . Moragne 100.00
No. 195 Geo. W. Mahikoa 510.35
No. 196 Geo. H. Evans
No. 197 Hose M. Castro
198 Lewers &
No. 199 Geo. R. Ewart 4027.00
No. 200 M. J. Pereira 222.63
No. 201 G. Haggartv 540.00
No. 202 Garden Island Pub. Co.
No. 203 Honolulu Iron Works Co.
No. 204 G. Haggarty 76.20
No. 205 Mutual Telephone Co. 3.60
No. 206 Geo. E. Marshall 3000.00
No. 207 Engineering Record 48.80
208 Engineering News 55.20
No. 209 L. Wiebke 834.10
No. 210 L. Wiebke 316.79
No. 211 Hawaiian GazetteCo. 21.50
No. 212 Lihue Plantation Co.
No. 213 J. H. Moragne 175.00
Marston Campbell having re
signed as Superintendent of Public
Works and Mr. H. K . Bishop
having been appointed to his place,
the Board upon motion unanimou
lv voted to elect Mr. Bishop Chair
man of the Kauai Loan Fund
Waipa Bridgk Acceptance
Upon the recommendation of J.
H. Moragne, engineer, the bridge
across the Waipa Stream as con
structed under contract with Geo.
R. Ewart Jr. was, upon motion,
formally accepted by the Board and
Hanalei District Bridges.
Mr. T. II. Moragne made verbal
report that the bridge across the!
Hanalei River as well" as all the
other bridges in the District of
Hanalei, viz: the Kilauea. Waiole
and Waikoko bridges would be
completed by the end of the ear
and open to traffic.
It was decided to have G.
Haggarty commence work on the
foundations and approaches for the
proposed new steel bridge over the
The engineer reported that the
new grade on the Anahola hill
would be completed sometime
during the month of December
Upon motion duly seconded the
meeting adjourned subject to the
call of the chair.
W. D. Mcdrvde,
Secretary . Kauai Loan F u n d
Owns Land in Every
Quarter of Globe
Willows, California, October
24. One of the richest individual
land owners in the world is Col.
Z. S. Spalding, the Hawaiian
sugar magnate, who owns the
great 11,000-acre Spalding tract
south of Willows. II e owns a
ranch near Rome, Italy, of several
thousand acres. In Canada, h e
has 60,000 acres in one tract. He
owns 10,000 acres in Butte and
Itis said he owns land on every
great dhision of the earth, many
thousand acres of which are in
Asia. In the Hawaiian Islands he
1 . a rii , r i. r. '
iias twu uiics ui me niichi sugar
cane land in the world.
Tiled Oak Exterior, 7-16 Opal Glass Interior.
Best in Values That Have Ever Been
Offered the Consumer.
Supplies of All kinds.
Make our Store Your HEADQUARTERS
while in Honolulu.
Balk at Suicide
Tokio, Oct. 28. In response to
a petition asking them to commit
suicide because they failed to save
the late Mikado's life, his majesty's
physicians issued a statement Sim
day saying his death was not their
fault and declining to kill them-
Nix on Slang
Take it from us kid, there's no
nourishment in slinging this slang
stuff. Tln.c's a cinch. Slang is all
to the bad. It don't get vou any
where. Forget that Norwegian
college professor who says that
American slang is the swell talk.
He's trying to put one over on us.
Either soniebod'y been handing
him a lemon or else he's trying to
con us. Listen! You can't make
a hit with the tony guys unless
vou get a little style into your
lingo. The trouble with slang is
that it puts your vocabulary on the
blink in a jiffy. And then, when
you want to have a touch of high
life and throw tlie lugs, you're in
bad. See? Do you get us? Have
some class about you and cut it.
Ed. Palmer and C. W. Spitz,
business men of Lihue, are in the
city attending to commercial
A recent number of a high grade
magazine has thefollowingstricture
on the manners of the day:
Good manners seem to me a good
deal to seek among present day
youth, but I supose they have al
ways been fairly scarce and the
more appreciated because of their
Tobacco manners are uncommon;
ly free and bad in this generation
more so I think than they were in
mine. Since cigarettes came i n
specially, youths seem to feel
licensed to smoke them in all places
and company, and th; boys are
prone to too much ease of attitude
and lounge and loll appalingly in
company, and I see them in parlors
with their legs crossed in such
fashion that their feet might al
most as well be in the ladies laps.
What made a woman know be
forehand a thing was going to
happen is she would have known
if it hadn't been going to.
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Any lime you may wish to make
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We neatly puck anil muil
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Mr. and Mrs. T. Bush were
among the Kinau passengers from
HOTEL BAY VIEW
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The Commercial Man's
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DICK 0UVER, Manager
Alexander Brodie, chemist for
the Kekaha Sugar Co., returned
om Honolulu by the Kinau
The flour of the west is Sperry's
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