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TMB GAUDBN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 11, 1613
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PR! MO PALE
Kauai Chamber of Commerce as
. To the Honorable Board of
Supervisors, County of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii,
I beg to submit the following re
Volution passed by the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce at its meet
ing held in Lihue on Thursday,
October 16th. 1913.
Resolved, that the Kauai
Chamber o f Commerce urgently
requests the Board of Supervisors
of the county of Kauai to assist
the Hawaii Promotion Committee
with a regular an generous contri
bution. Very respectfully,
Philip L. Rice,
Secretary, Kauai Chamber of Com
merce. Lihue, November 5th. 1913,
were duly received and after care
ful consideration of the matter re
ferred to in the communications
and upon motion of Mr. Mcncfog
lio seconded by Mr. McBryde de
finite action of the same was de
ferred until the next January
meeting of the Board.
A petition P 922J from Kala
lau for repairs to be given the Ka
lalau road was received and by a
vote the same was referred to Mr.
Menefoglio for advise.
A communication P 923 dated
September 22nd. 1913, from the
Secretary of the National Conser
vation Congress requesting t h e'
Board to appoint two delegates,
with alternates, to represent this
County at that Body's meeting to
be held in Washington, d. c. on
November 18, 19, 20, next was re
ceived and Mi. and Mrs. Francis
Gay were dulv elected delegates to
Financial Repirts for October,
1913, viz Treasurer's R 140 Au
ditor's R 140a, Auditor's Trial
Balance etc. R 140aa, and the
Joint Report 140b were duly re
ceived and referred by a unanimous
vote to Mr. McBryde as temporary ,
Finance Committee for report.
A petition P 924 from Omao
and Piwai, Koloa. and a petition
P 925 from Lawai homesteaders,
Koloa, to supply the petitioners
with water for their domestic use
etc, by means of pipes, were duly
received and by a vote moved for
by Mr. McBryde and seconded by
Mr. Menefoglio, Mr. Moragne was
Riven tull nuthoritv to put in the
water pipes for the use o f the
petitioners and residents a t the
NA request P926J frcm Mr. Wm.
Huddy, District Magistrate of Ha
nalei for a supply ot paper fasteners
was received and referred to the
County Sheriff. Mr. Rice, with
power t o furnish the necessary
A request (P 927) from Mr. J.
E. Kamaka-i of Anahola for men
to clean the ditch in front of the
Anahola school premises which
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Early so you can post Ihem on time.
The cards this vear are more bt.r.itiful limit ever lie
fore and are cheaper, grade lor grade, than last year.
5c, 10c, 15c, 20c, 25c, each, and up.
For wrapping vour Christmr.s bundles vou will need
Tinsel cord and Christinas Si ah . The'Seals come in
We also have some very pretty Christinas boxes for
mailing small gifts and some neat and Christmassy
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO., LTD.
was full with loose dirt was re
ceived and placed o n hie upon j
statements by Mr. Ekekela ami
Mr. Moragne that the matter will
be taken up in a few days by the
road laborers of the County. The
Clerk was instructed to notify Mr.
Kamaka-i of this assurance.
A requisitionCP 928) from Ke
kaha school for repairs to the
teachers cottage there, a n d re
quisitions PP. 929, 930, 931 and
932 for supplies for the schools at
Makaweii. Wailua, Kapaa, and at
Hanalei respectively, were duly re
ceived and referred to Mr. Moragne
who was given full authority to act
on all the requisitions,
Reports (P 933) on school build
ings etc, for September and Octo
ber, 1913, was duly received and
placed on file.
In consequence of a statement
by the chair that the principal of
the Lihue school desired to see.
immediate repairs done to the
teachers cottage wherein she lived
and upon motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio the
matter was left with Mr. Moragne
with full power to act in the pre
mises. Allowances for road work in the
different districts for the ensuing
month was limited by general con
sent as follows:
Waimea: Rds. & Bdgs. $ 650.00
Koloa: Rds. & Bdgs. 600.00
Lihue: Rds. & Bdgs. 600.00,
Kawaihau: Rds & Bdgs. 600.00
Hanalei: Rds. & Bdgs. 600.90
Mr. Menefoglio moved that Mr.
Moragne, the County Road Super-,
visor build a dispensary in Hana
lei to cost no more than $400.00
and being seconded by Mr. Eke
kela it was carried.
Mr. Menefoglio moved that the
Kauai Hunting Association b e
asked to make recommendations as
to what games to purchase for pro
pagation o n Kauai and beirtg
seconded b y Mr, McBryde was
Mr. McBrvde upon his own re
quest was given further time 'o
make final report on the matter of
a school for Omao in Koloa.
At 11:00 A. m. the meeting ad
journed subject to the call of the
For all occasions, whether on land, stream or sea; on a "tramp," when fishing, boating, or
after swimming; for social "Dutch lunches," on hay rides you can name hardly a time, when
good fellows get together, that a bottle of PRIMO PALE is not welcome.
It's use banishes the Glooms and iustals the Joys in happy possession. And it's mighty
good for vou to drink, too Ircmsc t's especially brewed for this particular climate.
Lihue Poultry Farm
P. O. Box 106. Lihue. Kauai.
MENDES & SOUZA
Day and Night
Tel. 600 Lihue
Wholesale and Retail Grocerie
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Cor. Fortifc Ber. Sts., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single o r in
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
JAS. F. MORGAN
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125131 MERCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
Mr. J. A. R; Vieira,
Representing the VIEIRA JEWEL
RY CO. LTD., of Honolulu, is on the
Island of Kauai with an up-to-dalc line
of 1 4k Jewelry, Diamonds and Watches,
which he is showing and taking orders
for these as well as for the extensive line
of Sterling Goods in Toilet W are, Table
Ware and Novelties.
Appointments by phone to any of the
leading Hotels on the Island.
NOW READ THE ADS
Oils and Greases
and it's just as easy to say UNION
Keresene, UNION Gasoline, and
UNION Distillate as to say only the .
Fuel name and the result to your
engine (and to your pocktt book) is
SHOP BY PAR
And now it's near enough to
Christmas time to begin buy
ing the presents which will
make glad the hearts of those
dear to you. Can you concieve
of a better present practi
cal, educational, long lasting
--than a Kodak?
There's a grand lot to choose
from, according to your purse-
Kodak from $6 to S85;
Brownies, for the younger ones,
SI to $12; and if your relative
or friend already has a camera,
the present of a Kodak Film
Tank($2.50 and up) or a Brow
nie Enlarging Camera ($2 up)
or a Portrait Attachment $.50)
will be greatly appreciated.
Tripods ($1.50 up) arc very
useful; a Ruby Lamp ($.25 up)
deserves consideration: a pres
ent of a half-dozen rolls of
Film would make the recipient
happy: a package of Velox Post
cards '$.20 the doz.) or some
Velox Paper might help solve
Iiiilarged pictures of local
interest make splendid pres
ents; they cost from $.30 to
$3 each. And remember we have
beautiful Art Prints from $ .30
to $20 each and Photo Albums
from 10 cents to $10.
j HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Needed for good work by a
Contractor and Builder
Can be purchased of
LEWERS & COOKE, LTD.
FOR SAT F MaxwoM Koa'to'T in CAR CAir One new piano Ii
rilftDfiLL flrt.cluS9 condition. Kn-If UK OhLL K,Uont condition.
quire at tins oilite. , particular call up 24 W.