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Haven't you yet written for
full particulars of
"The Gsneral Utility Enjlns"
Operates cn kerosene, distill die or
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
TO THE TRADE
WE ARE DISTRIBUTORS
A FINE SELECTION OF GROCERIES AND
LIQUORS ALWAYS ON HAND
GONSALVES & CO., Im
The SUCCI'SSh'lir, tnerchnnt lights his store with Wi'.ST
IXGHOUSK MAZDA LA MI'S.
The HAPPITCST home is lit with the same kind of 1-nn -the
conk-in is done with WK.iTIXGIIOUSK KLKCTRiC
COOKIXO UTKN'SILS and the f inilv wash is iron-d lv
usirji a WESTING I lOUSK ICLICCTRIC IRON.
I The Income Tax Law
I Has doubtless become a reality to a
j large number of men and women in the
I past month than in any time since its en-
j actment. The last day for filing the tax
I returns without loss or penalty has
I gone by.
I There are many people who put off
j until the last minute or later the doing
I of things which are to their own profit,
j If you are not yet one of our patrons your
I loss though not imposed by law, is no
j less real,
While our merchandise and seivice aie
up-to-date as we can make them, we ccn-
Ifess that our business principles are cf the
old fashioned variety, which places your
j satisfaction above the day's profit.
? N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
THE LIHUE STORE
will represent us in the sale of
in LIHUE, IIANAMAULU and KOLOA
Ask them for a free booklet.
Fori and Hotel Slrtelt
& Co., Ltd.
TIIK GARDKN ISLAND
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jE;-iac crave Ottce
Stiifli-'i! -i oc i'Xf 'Hi il'-i 'i s
trillions the worl-l ever hk"' tluit
ri .ictivc iitul .ii-r-t'c prt-sMvnt
of th.c Unik'il Stairs is the busiest
uu! proliiihh the most powerful in
dividual iiirler the sun. President
Wilson is himself a very hard work
er, and the picture nliove. rceentlv
taken in his offices in Washington,
shows him busily cniraKcd at his
C.in'.i'.i k u from p ii e 1
Uun :i favota', le report by Mr.
! McBrvde the 1 n;i :ial Kepoiis.
'os. 151, 1.51a, 1.51 ami I II,
Financial reiovf- Nos. l.S.. 2
152aa. ami 152b. for tV mo ,ih ot
I 'V, 19'i 1. Wv" r." -eiVx:i .iltd rt-
terred to Nir. Mrll'-yde, for tlix
finance commii tee. for repoit.
The repitsi of Jud-e Diekev
(P 9S1 ) for the pin chase of the
law library of Jur'jie Conper Wiis
tabled after ihe Board had given il
very caref'd collide rat ion .
Upon repoit of J.H. Moratfiie
the claim of A. 1 1 n:il ( P 9S )) was
! illowed and ordered paid.
A r- i'.t--st ( !' "S9) from Cli is. S.
Dole, District Mi'vistrale of I.iliiie,
for an appropriation ot fifteen dol
lars for repairs, etc. to the fuiui
tuie of his court was received and
upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
seconded by Mr. Ekekela, was
granted and the Judge authorized
to have the work done.
A requisition (P 990) for repairs
to the Kekaha school buildings,
etc, nnd a requisition CP99U from
Miss Mm m ford for one barrel of
lime for the use of the Lihue
school, were received and were
referred to J II Moragne with full
power to act in each case.
A complaint (P 992) from Mrs.
E. 15. Hridtfewattr of want of suf
ficient water supply for the Ilana
inaulit school was received and re
ferred to J. II. Moragne with
power to act in the premises.
Reports (P 994) on school build-
ini's t ic. for May. 1914. from !
Anahola, ILieiia, Ilanalei, 1 Iana-!
m.-UMti. liuieta. Kaianeo, KeKana.j
rxiiauv.i, .".iMiniii, . ..ii.:.., ..ii.i
I . , 1 .. . ... -IIIKl. I l ll 1 OUI
Waimea were received and placed!
r-ninninniration .lan d I 1. f
1 th. tilt, from j.W. Caldwell, j
Superintendent of Public 01 ks,
which notified the Board that for!
delay beyond the prescribed time in j
the completion of the work known
as the "Construct on of the Kala
heo Homestead Road" lor which the
County of Kauai has the contract
(P 972) liquidated damages to the
amount of $5 a d'.'.y will be dedm ted
from future payments, also the re
ply to the same under date of the
25lh tilt, by the chairman of the
Board, were received and placed
I' poii motion of Mr. McBrvde,
seconded by Mr Ekekeia, the sum
i f six hundred and thirty five
dollars were appropriated as addi
tional appropriations for the fol
lowing purpose, same to be paid
out of nionevs available i n the
County Treasury, viz:
i i i .(...,. ; . ... c 1 1 ii i i ii
expenses in i.ixxi.o... f
Furniture and Office Supplies,
TUESDAY. JUNK 9, 1914
re ri x. is, -s.x,v 'i ? -v w i
I xi';i'.ivi' nation ii p
is svown r. I iiiinil. v t up
oiu ifit'c futl c;m: ble srcrelar to
(br s. cri lanes and in li e lr.un rtant
functionaries at the White House
tJocreph P. 7'cmcrdy'
Lavvai Water Works, 25.00
Koloa Water Works, 1 0.00
County Ror.d Machinery, 100.00
Rds and Ikl: Koloa ( Home -
The report of the County Road
Supervisors (P 993) for the month
of May, 1914. was received and
placed on tile. This report is as
"lic.a.1 V..rk: V..ik ..f Jiliin- in up-
jiruaeh to W'aiiiH'ii !ridi' weut i-n dur-
iii' the nicihlli.
K.iI.ki I list riet di.l only inik v.iim
w..rk. At l.ilm.' the Jail j-'radr u
I'mislit d and work mi
1 bill ia liridp-
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liavi- In. a fia atiil mid t!.f fia.-lu r is .
i ,,,isi1(.,i ruiiiiiliiiu' I I tin- roail.-
linisiii-d roiiniliii up tin" road.- aial winl
to work on Kapaa lii.tn.-.-ti-iiit road
, liave I'.iii-lifl l!.f L'i'a.li -li'.niiiiu U""ii I la- I
. md''' I'Nlrift; lii.Uli.M liiipr. .v.-nii-nt - In- J
rivi.r nUi,n, ,ir.,i,ls iln. H.i,,u ))lt j.
T. ,M1.,,laiMiziM ..tit tit was p-ady t
Urill ,,,.,; j,,s w.k a-o, l.ui ' il.f
wt-atlier l-M up tin-work till tmlay, I
I.' . ....... I ! l 1.1
hear that 1 lie i rn-ln r was riiiiniii; 1. is
Wal-r Woik-: bid- for I-oihi Ii . I of
pipe for extfii. ioii of Uapaa v,a!i-r worl;
will In. oiKiud today. All aat leu iz. d
pipe is l.e.l at Kitlalieo new ali roiks.
helioo'-: Ordinary al lent i. ill jueu.
Iie-ksn. ie ordered for Koloa, Kapaa
and I laena.
Coiitra-'t : Kalalieo lioiu.-lead road
eoiili.iel was eoinplet"d May I'Mli, or
tlicreal t ; on lid-eontrael llie ( 'oinity
fa i I aliont even -1 far a- the eon-
trail mi lit ( thai is for tin- .radinir o.dy l
hnl ahoiil oii.ini ad.hlion.il ua.x xpenl
putting in perniaiienl drain and suh.
At K ipaa honi -lea l r ia I on the ( il... j
hena Mition of liie M.ihiko.i (io-,i.
Conlrael, Ihe county I'lirni.-heil roil;,.
sand, iron and a pai I of t he linnl.er f..r a '
i r..i I, x,,i. iii,
f, ,r w , hrid.-e. T mliiel.., f,-
liished ei loi hi ami l.il.ol iii
nt 'lleoilu.. ir un l rSll iZ
--x y-t z y r m
mum yv. X v ?
VI -Tx&" fc-"t Jir t rNfix .- Till
fi! V''SwltVt ' III
J Upon motion of Mr. Menet'o.,i;o. j
' seconded by Mr. EUkehi.the sum!
'of one hundred do'.l.us-was appfo-l
1 printed in addition to the apnro-j
l.riation set ap:;rt for the Uaua'eij
j dispensary, for thx- uses of the dis-,
pensary, the same to be paid out;
j of nionevs available in the County
Upon motion of Mr. McBrvue,
! second by Mi . Mellcfoulio, J. II.
I Moraine was instl ucted to put in
la special wiur s.s'.em from the
Kal.iheo si l'.ool (.remises to a
I , )(irh. ... f
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At 1 2:00 noon , K nders tor walet
i.ii.e for the Cuntv of Ka i.d. to
()t. delivered at Kealia, w huh have
bieu nceixtil, were oneued TIij
bids welt tiom the following firms,
Catton, Neill xV Co., Ltd.:
H. Ilackfeld cc Co.. Lid.;
C. H. Hofyaard xV Co., Ltd.;
IIoiiolulu Iron Works Co , Ltd.;
The tenders were by a vote re
ferred to J H. Moraine for advice
and in older to allow Mr. Moraine
ample time to examine the bids be-
fore advising, tile Board took a i
, recess I roin 1 2 : ,iH 1 o 1 :.0 V . M .
.i"n:i; nik'N Sussifix.
At 2:ini p. m. ti e Board aain
ri suiK'd ils mek-tini;. !
In nceoid.mcc with li e advice of
Mr. Melanin , the P.o.ud acci I ted
the bid of the Honolulu Iron
j Woi ks Co. , which was the lowest,
j to f in 11 ished the County of Kanai
! w ith d" p:pe, but leaving J. II.
I Mota"he tree to select between the
j galvanized pipe and the well cas-1
; ines for the suiqilv. As for the
f tirnishiiiK' the County with 2")
pipe and act inn upon the advice of j
Mr. Moraine, the bid of Cation,
ei! ifv Co., Ltd , wh'ch was the!
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1 At 2: 15 i. m. the meeting ad-'
: join lied , but subject to the Call of
I the chair.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lmi'ii, Kaiai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
- Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
52,-500 in any one account.
S.u-H Di-rosiT Buxk.s for
Rknt S2 and J3 a Ykar
We neatly paek and mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
iionoi ri r.
Has added a new six-seattr
Siudebakir to his garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons uven 1 letter service
than ever befoie. Careful
drivei s, eomfoi talile cars, and
always ready to start.
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
New Zealand butter in one-pound
i'.ueks at Sil va'a Kleele store. Advt