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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 11, 1913
Waimea, Kauai t
The Commercial Mans j
Favorite Hostky. !
& J$ JX
DICK OLIVER, Manager
aaean a curates n onssrvi izjsnggn t
Cor. KortA 11 r. Honolulu
Rooms l)y the day, week
or month single or in
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
i CALIFORNIA FEED CO. S
3 Dealers in j,
Hay, Grain and Chicken p
8 Supi'Tius. 4
Sole Agents for S
Intonatiumil Stock, Poultry Food a
and other wpucialtieu. Arabic for 5)
coltiiiK Injn Roofs. Pct.iluma In- 8
I eubator and Uroodcrs and scratch- 1
I . v
King's Speciai, Chick Food
I P. 0. Box 452, Honolulu I
p. o. box 441 ph. 2434
Alakea Street . T. H.
FOR SAIF .r runt SliKhti used
1 lIl OtXltLi pianos almost good as
new. Honolulu Music Co. tf.
Sperry Hour Best on the coast
is the housewife's boast. tf.
MBm A S amarincr is guided ty a StarSll
Bill P I 1 11 j Kl f " 00 " a flmart reMer guided by a jM
bIBiIb $i so' $2 $2 so and up 8
Silva's Toggery, Ltd,
"The Store for Good Clothes"
New Fall Models of
have most beautiful artistic
lines. You owe it to your
self to see them, to try on
a suitable model and bring
out the best lines your
Comfort, style, exquisite
materials and superior
workmanship combine to
the most satisfactory and
well fitting corset of today.
N. S. SACHS
Applicants for enlistment in the
regular United States Army must
be between the ages of twenty one
and thirty years, unmarried, of
good character, able bodied, free
from disease, and must be able to
speak, read and write the English
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iiywiui v,iy liuui Siliu, v.uui)iiuy
over its lands for the relocation of
the public road from Kealia to
Anahola, and being seconded by
Mr. Meuefoglio, the same was
A request (P834) from Mr. R.
Puuki of Anahola for compensa
tion for land taken by the County
of Kauai for its road purposes in
Anahola and for damages sustain
ed by him in consequence of the
stone wall built along a part of the
road and over and near his resi
dence, was duly received, and after
some discussion the same (was re
ferred to Mr. J. H. Moragne for
investigation and report a t the
At 11:30 o'clock a. m. a recess
was taken until 1:30 p. si.
At 1:30 p. m. the Board again
resumed its meeting.
Consideration of proposed Ordi
nance (P ?35) "relating to the
inspection, suppression, eradica
tion and testing of tuberculosis
and other contagious diseases in
bovine animals, whose milk o r the
products thereof is used for human
consumption, and the sanitation of
stables, 'dairies and milk" was
brought tt p by the Board, and
after hearing some very valuable
information o n tubercular animals
and milk which were freely given
by Mr. H. Isenberg and Mr. S.
W. Wilcox, and upon a vote mov
ed for by Mr. Gay seconded by
Mr. Meuefoglio, further considera
tion of the Ordinance was deferr
ed to some future date.
The Board after examining a few
bills which were presented to it at
this time approved them to be paid
out of the appropriations as
Roads & Bridges 15.50
Roads & Bridges 25.00
Roads & Bridges 370.25
The report (P 836) of the County
Road Supervisor for the mouth of
February, J 913, was duly received
and placed on file.
This report is in substance as
' ' Road Work. In Waimea Dis
trict: Oiling 2nd. coat between
Wahiawa and Hanapepe bridges
was completed. The section be
tween Camp 4 and Mahinauli
bridge is now being oiled 2nd.
coat. Up-keep work was carried
Koloa District: Regrading Ko
loa landing road was carried on
and is Hearing completion. Stone
breaking for the Koloa macadami
zing was kept up and and at pre
sent there is nearly enough broken.
The bins were put up in readiness
for the crusher outfit which leaves
Li hue for Koloa to-day.
In Lihue District: Grading for
widening rpad between Lihue Park
and Hotel was completed and ma
cadamizing finished. The turn in
road below the Hotel was (graded
wider and macadamized. Also the
sharp turn on road between Lihue
Store and the Mill and the turn
beyond the County Stables widen
ed and macadamized. The entrance
into the new County lot and the
road around building site was
graded and macadamized. The
road from Lihue school t o the
cemetery w a s also graded and
macadamized. The macadamizing
outfit finished work at Lihue on
March 1st. and will start to Koloa
In Kawaihau: Filling ap
proaches to Kealia bridge site was
carried on "during most of this
In Hanalei District: Regrading
between Wahiawa and Lumahai
str ams went on. The road is being
widened and alignment greatly
m proved. Stone breaking for ma
cadam was started at Lumahi. A
Kalihiwai bridge to be finished to
day. Lumber for new deck on same
bridge is now at hand and will be
put on during th's month.
The school house and teachers'
cottage at Koolau was painted.
The teachers' cottage at Koloa
school is now being painted.
The work of putting in authori
zed water works at Kapaa school
is going on; the same applies to
The pipe for authorized exten
sion of Omao Water Works has
arrived and will be put in imme
diately." Upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
duly seconded, the County Road
Supervisor was given full authority
to purchase pipes for the Lawai
Upon his own request, Mr. Mc
Bryde was granted leave of afo
sence from the. County of Kauai
OUIII i Ul ULJ1M
The motor truck has come t o
stay. It is an industrial evolution
to do that part of the world's work
now being done by slow moving)
beasts of burden. As automatic
machinery has been proved to be
more economica than huiid labor
in all fields of industrial endeavor",
so the motor truck has proven its
efficiency over the horscdrawu
The most striking characteristics
of the Federal Truck of which the
Schuman Carriage Co., of Hono
lulu are the sole agents for the
islands, are. the cleau-cut ap
pearance of the chassis, t h e un
usual accessibility of all v tal parts,
the ease with which various
units can be removed, due the great
strength and durability which i s
afforded by t h e unusurdly large
factor of safety allowed through
out. The mechanism is arranged
in three units; the motor,
the clutch, and the t r n n s-
niission, each accessible and r e -
movable independent of the other.
The brakes, radius rods, steerinir
gear, and all such parts are ad
justible from the outside, and the
COf1Mr 1 . -n 1 - is I' rtn l 1 . - ,lf I
Hi-. l- UIUAVii-1 Uil LC Ut t. U 11 II il
without disturbiiiL! the chains.
sprockets, or radius rods. Th-
axles, axle bearings, chains a n ;
sprockets are much larger than i'
usual on trucks of the s a m .
capacity. The wheels are extra
heavy with 2-inch square spokes.
ilie bederal radiator is huntr be
tween coiled springs, providing
flexible mounting for the radiator
under all conditions. This also
takes care of anv frame distortion.
eliminating entirely any leak in the
Upon even a most casual exami
nation, one gets an imnression of
a truck of great strength, of exact
proportioning, and one i n which
even the smallest details have been
Sperry products for the house.
wife, the trade, the best tliat's
At 3:00 P. M. tllr inpi-tiiicr nrl-
journed subject to the call of the
'Tiled Oak Exterior, 7-16 Opal Glass Interior.
- Best in V alues Thai Have Ever Been
Supplies of All kinds.
Make our Store Your HEADQUARTERS
while in Honolulu.
FACTS FOR TOURISTS
Distance To Points Of Interest
Hahnlei " 34
Haena - 43
From Waimea P
Or to Olokele
End of Can
yon Road 4
Hanapepe fall 16
Pun Kapele 11
From Lihue to
Wailua Falls 4
From Hanalei to
WainihaP. II 7
Kapaa landing 9
Kilauea landing 26
Haena caves 11
The best flour known, in every
home Sperrv flour. tf.
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LIHUE CHU RCHES
Lihue Union Chu- h, Foreign
Rev. J. M. Lydgate astor.
Church Service II i m. Except
the last Sunday o' the month.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Lihue First Church, Hawaiian
Rev. Wm. Kamau, pastor.
Church Service 11 a. m. Sunday
School 10 a. in.
Sperry flour t h c best every
where, the bakers declare. tf.
Established over 60 years 1
71 Queen St., Honolulu I
- Offered the Consumer.
Bishop & Co.
Head Oieice - Honolulu
Branches at Hilo and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
j j ;
Transact!? a General Bakning
and ISxchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
j & i'
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
Interest paid on Time Do
posits at the following, rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
,cent per annum.
12 Months 4 percent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
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