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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 8, 1914,
j Holiday Suggestions:
Oliver Ueposit Ware in great variety and low prices.
Butter plates, 85; Sugar and Creams, 1.00 pr; Vases, 2.00 up:
Decanters, 2.50; Water Pitchers, 3.50; Comports, 3.75; are es
vCut Glass is always accept
able and much valued. Pin
trays, 1 00; Bonbons, 1.50;
Olives, 2.50; Domino sugar,
3.00; Fruit bowls, 4.50; etc.
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The most practical gifts are: Coffee Percolators, 3.50 to
10.50; Toasters, 400. to 6 00; Chafing Dishes, 5.00 to 12.50;
Samovars, 7.50. The articles can be had either in acohol or elec
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
53-65 King Street.
This is the year for sensible Christmas
Gifts. For those who want to make their
homes more attractive we have a fine new
DIXIE GRASS RUGS, LINOLEUM
and WALL PAPER
Give us a hint of your requirements and
we'll send you full information and prices.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
177 King Street
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN TIIRKK HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
And we are all ready for it. Our Santa Claus
got out of Europe ahead of the war, and, besides
Novelties from the Old Country, brought along a
whole sleigh load of Christmas Specialties and
Novelties from the Mainland.
Toys of Every Kind, Description and Price.
False Faces as ugly as a defeated politician.
Hawaiian Souvenirs--Just the kind to send away.
Victor Talking Machines and Latest Records.
Silver Mounted Fruit Dishes.
Jewelry in complete variety.
Beautiful Gifts in Lacquerware:
Staple Goods in endless variety.
Make Your Purchases Now While the Calm is
Still On and the Stock Complete.
WATCH FOR OUR ANNOUNCEMENT IN
REGARD TO TOYS.
SILVA'S ELEELE STORE
Let Us Do Your
LA UNDR Y
Territorial Messenger Service
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
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t V BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD. JhJ
I jl Assorted Chocolates mid lion lions 1 13c ir pound; $1.23 II. l
Ml jI two pound. Milk Chocolates 3t)e Hinall box ; 1.00
Miss Mahle Wilcox returned' The W. G. Hall sailed from Ko
Friday morning from a visit of aJloaat3 o'clock Friday afternoon
week or so in Ilpnolulu, taking mail to Honolulu.
A FULL LINE OF
WILLOW, WICKER, HONG KONG GRASS
AND MANILA FURNITURE
ALWAYS IN STOCK
COYNE FURNITURE CO., LTD., HULU
Arhivino At llosoiri.r
Dec. H Nile? Hongkong
" 8 Matsonia San Franci-cn
" 12 China San FrancNco
" 115 Kiyo .Maru Valparaiso
" H Sii-rra San Francisco
" 13 V. S. T. Logan San l-'iancNco
" 13 I.urliue San Francisco
" IS Manchuria San Francis.
" 22 Mongolia Hongkong I
" 22 Wilheliuina San Francisco
" 23-Ti'iiyo Maru San Francisco
" 2S Sonoma San Francisco
" 2'. Sliinyo Maru Hongkong
" 2'. Niagara? SjVncy
" 2'.t Manoa Sail Franci-co
" ISO Makura? Vancouver
1 i: r it i ixi; ritoM IIonoii i.c
IVc. S Nile? San Francisco
" K-Manoa San Francico
" 12 China? Hongkong
" Hi Kiyo Main Hongkong
" Hi 1'. S. T. I-ogan Manila
" 10 Matsonia San Francisco
" 18 Maiicliuria? Hongkong
" lit ierra San Francisco
" 22 Mongolia San Francisco
" 22 l.urline San Francisco
" 23 Tenyo Maru Hongkong
' 2S Sonoma Syilney
" 2'.' Hiinyo Maru San Franci-co
" 2(1 Niagara? Vancouver
" ;io Wilhelmiiia San Francisco
" 30 Makura? Sydney
&OTE: Owing to war hostilities, steamers
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Oiling lids (Spec. Deposit)
Rd Tax Spec. Deposits
Koloa: lids and Udgs 782 55
lid Tax Spec. Deposits 99.90
Lihue: lids and Udgs 8S0.53
lid Tax Spec. Deposits 21 00
Kawaihau: lids and Udgs 1.462.46
1 mailed (?) art uncertain to arrive.
lid Tax Spec Deposits
Hanalei: Macadamizing, Prin
Waikuko 614 16
Rds and Udgs 1,399.44
Financial Reports 158, 158a,
158aa, and 158b, for the month of
uctober were approved upon re
commendation of Mr Mcliryde for
the Finance Committee.
Financial Reports 159, 159a,
159aa, and 159b, for the month of
November vtr received and re
fered to Mr. McUryde for report.
The following requisitions were
received a n d referred by un
animous vote to I. II. Moragne
with full power to act in each
case, viz: Anahola School, for
supplies and for garden seeds; Hu
leia School and Koolau School,
each for supplies.
Reports on school buildings, etc,
for the month of November, were
received from the schools at Ana
hola, Haena. Hanalei, Hanamaulu,
Huleia, Kalaheo, Kapaa. Kauai
High and Grammar, Kekaha, Ki
lauea, Koolau, Makaweli, Mana,
Wailua, and Waimea. and were
placed on file.
Of the Hoard's own motion the
County Road Supervisor was in
structed to give the outbuildings
Hanalei School the neces-
A communication under date of
the 14th inst written to Mr. D. P
Ii. Isi nberg by Mr. K. K. Paris in j was allowed eight hundred dollars
regard to the importation of quail I for ratl work for the next tnsu-
Mr. McUryde moved that the
, following three contracts entered
into by the Countv of Kauai with
; the Territory of Hawaii and res
pectively dated the 18th inst. be
approved, and being seconded by
Mr Menefoglio was carried.
; 1. Contract for the construction
of a road and bridge on the exten
jsionof Kapaa Homestead Road,
1 1st. series. b?yond the new bridge,
I in Kawaihau District.
2 .Contract for the construction of
a road and bridge from the new Ka
pahi School to Mr. Featherstone's
house, in Kawaihau District.
3. Contract for the construction
of a road and bridge for the exten
sion of Kalaheo Homestead Road,
2nd. series, in the Koloa District.
Mr. McUryde moved for the ap
propriation of the sum of $4,315.00
a s additional appropriations, for
the following purposes, the sanu
to be paid out of moneys avail
able in the Countv Treasury, viz:
Pay of Police: Specials $ 115. CO
County Lot and Uuilding .50.00
Kxpemes of Witnesses 150 00
Road Supervisor 195.00
New School Uuilding:
Water Works: Kalaheo 25.00
County Road Machinery 5.00
Roads and Uridges: Koloa 800 00
and being- seconded by Mr. Mene
foglio, the same was carried.
The report of the Countv Road
Supervisor for the month of Nov
ember w a s received and placed
on file. The report is as follows:
Tin- principal work done in Waimea
District was putting the new stringers
and Moor on the Waimea Ilridge four
new stringer were put in elear arrow
and the uM mien rcspaced.
In Koloa Diserict. Mostly homestead
road work was done, (iuttcrs along main
road were cleaned.
In I.ihue District. Sanding of maca
dam roads was completed and consider
able work done trimming borders and
drains along the macadam.
A temporary bridev was erected on
line of the crmancnt road at Anuhola.
This bridge is of light construction, sufli
ciently strong for loaded trucks, but not
intended for anything heavier; a steel
bridge on concrete abutments is to lie
erected at this place within a year or so.
A temporary bridge was placed over the
washout culvert near Apolo'H place,
leaving room underneath to replace and
enlarge the culvert. The small bridge
near Anahola school house was renewed.
Sand was hauled on to the road across
the tiat at same place. The Kawaihau
road forces start to work today on the
new homestead road across the gulch at
Kapahi school, for which work thcOoun
ty contracted with the Department of
l'u I. lie Works.
In Hanalei District. The principal
oh undertaken was blasting out the old
demolished culvert and erecting a trestle
bridge at the Lovell place o n Kilauea
Plantation; this bridge is licing built
strond enough for any tradic liable to
cross and is intended to U- H inis rin
nent. The bridge and approaches will
lie completed this week, after which all
washouts will lie crossed on the perma
nent augments as before the freshet.
Schools: Very little repair work wae
done. All requisitions received attention.
Water Works: About :t-4 of the ti"
pipe for Kapaa Water Works from Aku
likuli is laid. Connection will be made
and the water turned into Kapaa withiu
Miscellaneous: After dressing up the
macadam already laid at Ilai.dei, the
work of macadamizing was shut down
and all machinery, wagons, etc., boused
up for the w inter. ;
New desks were installed at Mana
Upon his own request Mr. Mc
uryue was auinorizea to secure a
deed from Mary Santos Tavares for
the conveyance to the County of
Kauai for the road purposes cf the
County of a strip of land contain
ing 23-100 acre situated at Kala
heo, the same being a portion of
the land described in Land Patent
No. 6247 granted to Mary Santos.
Upon motion of Mr. McUryde,
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio, each
of the districts under the County
for the County of Kauai, and an
on'.er under date of the 23rd inst.
announced that the
for these birds up to a value of not j ext meeting of the Hoard would
to exceed $100.00, written by the J be held at the office ot the Hoard
chairman of the Hoard and ad- on Tuesday, December 15, 1914,
dressed to K. O. Hall & Son, Ho-jat 10:00 o'clock A. m.
nolulu, were received and by un- At 12.00 o'clock noon the ineet
animons vote the action taken by "8 adjoin ned, but subject to the
the chairman was approved. 'call of the chair.