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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY ANUARY 12, U15,
C. W. SPITZ, Prep.
NAWILIWILI, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai
$3.00 will buy a
pair Youths', Boys'
or Men's Black or
Every pair guaran
teed. Low in price.
High in quality.
order a i:ox or
Haas's Delicious Candy
frm 1 1
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
Box 4'-V. Honolulu
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd;
buvs and scllss
RHAL FSTATK and
STOCKS and BONDS
SFF. DKPOS1T liOXKS
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone Xo. 102.
Excelsior Boy Scouts
of Ordinary Shoes
You will be simply amazed at the
leriRth of time these boys' shoes will
wear. Yet they aie soft ami tit like a
glove. Material is genuine Elk leather,
tanned by our secret process. Holes are
specially fastened, can't pull off, and will
utwear two pairs of ordinary shoes. No
liniDgs. Greatest boys' shoes ever made.
1:, if ,; -:-'Zh& Ban S'.oaf"
rs: -' V -- cJjzL.r np Shot
Store Honolulu j
Have pone up in price. We a'c still
selliti" some beauties at the old figure.
Vieira Jewerly Co., Ltd.
115 Hotel St.
(Continued from pae )
Roads & Bridges 1. 11 OX1)
Kawaihau: Kapahi Homestead
Koloa: Xumuolono Road
Demand 4739. from Mrs. Maio"
ho for 550.00 for rent of cfTice us
ed hv the Lihue Tax Assessor was
ordered paid upon the motion of
Mr. McBryde moved to appro
priate the sum of $1,917.95 as Ad
ditional Appropriations for the
purposes named below the same to
be paid out of moneys available in
the County Treasury, viz:- and
beins seconded by Mr. F.kekela
Coroners Inquest $ 55.50
County Lot & Building
Kxpenses of Election 60.00
Expenses of Witnesses 60.00
Office Rent 30.00
County Road Machinery 8.47
Roads & Bridges:
Iluleia Bridge 35.00
Kapahi Homestead Road
Kukuiolono Road 300.00
The Financial Reports Nos. 159,
159a, 159aa. and 159b, for the
month of November last wert ap
proved upon tne recommendation
of Mr. McBryde to whom . they
were referred for report.
The Financial reports Nos. 160,
160a, 160aa, and 160b. for the
month of December last were re
ceived and referred for report to
Mr. Gay, the Finance Committee.
Mr. McBryde reported that lie
had obtained a deed from Mary
Santos Tavares for the conveyance
cf a strip of land a t Kalaheo
which is a portion of the land des
cribed as Lot 51, in Land Patent
No. 6247, for the road purposes
of the County, and upon his own
request he has authorized to have
the same stamped and recorded.
The following requisitions were
received and referred to J. H.
Moragne with full power to act in
each case, viz: From Mrs. Bald
win, principal, (R1081) fcrrepairs
to teachers' cottage of the Anahola
school; R. L. Ogilvie, principal,
(P1082) for supplies for the Haena
school; and from Miss Mum ford,
principal, and C. H. Alspaugh,
Vocational Instructor, (P10S3) for
material for tables etc. for the
Reports ( 1084) on school bldgs.
etc. were received from Anahola,
Ilaena, Hanalei, ilauamnulu. Ilu
leia, Kalaheo, K'apaa, Kapahi,
Kauai High it Grammar, Kekaha,
Kilauea, Koloa, Lihue, Makaweli.
and Waimea and were placed on
The resignation (P10S5) of J.
iN. I'uailihau, Poundmastcr for
j Kawaihau, and the application of
of A. M. Kuhaulua (attached by
clerk to PI 085) for appointment
to that office were received and up
j on the recommendation of Mr.
; Kkekela the resignation o f Mr.
1 Puailihau wss accepted and A. M.
Kuhaulua was appointed I'ound
' master for Kawaihau.
! The report (P10S6) of the
Poundmastcr for Lihue for the
quarter ending with December 31.
1914, was received and upon the
. recommendation of Mr. Menefog-
lio to whom the same was refened
for report, the same was approved.
A petition (P10S7) from the
members and friend:; ot the Chi
nese Church at Waipoiili, tor a
free water privilege was received
and upon the motion of Mr. Mc
Brvde seconded by Mr. F.ktktla
the petition whs granted.
A petition (P10S8) signed by
M. R. Aguiar's family which
ptayed that they have water con
nected by pipes to their lot nt Lai
po in Kapaa was received and re
ferred to J. H. Moragne for report,
upon the motion of Mr. Menefog
lio seconded by Mr. I'.kekela.
The County Road Supervisor's
report (1089) for the 'month of
December last was received and
ordered placed on file. This te
port is in substance as follows:
"In Waimea District tin1 Mann mail
was repaired in worst plaees; 1 1 if IIiiiui
ie.e Valley ruin! was worked mi l two
small bruises put in. Very little oiling
was ilune mi ni enimt of rainy weather.
Koloa District worked some of the
Homestead roiuN and trailed the I ukii
oloiio road estonsion which was under
contract with the Territory.
In Lihue the llalehuka Muhiinnhi
load was rounded up for uliont '2-:! its
length and the work i still (oii:j; on ; the
irradini:, lit Iluleia bridge was finished;
oilier small repair jobs were done.
The Kawaihau force? were employed
about half of the month on the Kapahi
school road for which work the County
contracted w ith The Territory, this job
is now about :i-4 completed. Small re
pair w ork was done along the main road
In Hanalei District, the Lovell bridge
was completed, and a better bridge was
ere. ted at t'le wasln nt near Kilauea.
The Princeville irrigation ditch liclow
Hanalei bridge, which was tilled from
the slides from the new grade is being
repaired, and other small repair work
was done all through the district.
Nothing has htvn done tow arils repair
ing the washouts on the KaHhiwai road;
about :."iti.(K) would put this mad in
good safe eoiidiiioii.
There is still a great deal of small re
pairing to be done in this district.
Water Works: Work on laying the
('' pipe from Akulikuli spring to Kapa
hi was completed except the backfilling
or covering. Connection with the :!'
Kapaa main at Kapahi was made on the
2.'!rd and the new supply turned in. The
llow through the .'!" main was increased
trom aliout ;iii,iKiu to pi:;,iiou gallons per
24 hours. The llow through the t" pipe
at its end at Kapahi camp w as measured
and found to be 4"",H) gallons per '21
hours, being HO, W0 gallons more per day
than estimated ; also being over four time-
the capacity of the I!" main frojn Kapa
hi to Kapaa.
Schools: Sliding windows and
screens were put on the new Kapa
hi school house.
The Board of its own motion re
solved to act as committee to pre
pare an Appropriation Bill for the
current six mouths, and to submit
same at the next meeting of the
The following petitions were re
ceived and referred to J, II. Mo
ragne, County road supervisor,
for estimates and report, viz: (1)
petition (PI 090) from Koloa to
grade and repair the road from
the Homestead Postoffice to the
new Homestead road at Kalaheo;
'2)-Anothcr petition (1091) from
Koloa for the improvement of the
road extending to the residence of
Win. Bacle at the intersection of
the road to the Catholic chinch;
(3) a request (P1092) from the
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd. to keep
in repair a flume which the Coun
ty R o a d Supervisor agreed to
build near a ditch situated near
the Homestead road around the
new Kalaheo section; and (4) a
communictiaon ( PI 093) from Li
hue in regard to macadamizing the
public road f r o in the Iluleia
Store t o the Koloa-Lihue main
road and which asked t o have
same completed before the life of
this board ends on June 30ih next.
S. K. Kaeo, County Attorney,
in response to a request bv the
chair, stated ss his legal opinion
that the members of the board are
not required to furnish new bonds
for the current six months, which
is an extension of their term of
office and created by Act 118 of
the Session Laws of 1913 on page
173, for their present official bonds
are sufficient and good for the ex
tended term of their offices.
By unaniinoi's vote it was re
solved that each of the districts
under the County other than Ha
nalei, shall be allowed to spend
the sum of Fignt Hundred Dol
lars for road work for the next
ensuing montli, an", lor uanaiei
in general eight hundred dollars
and for the Kalihikai road in Ha
nalei District the sum of three
hundred and fifty dollars.
At 12:00 o'clock noon the meet -
ing was adjourned subject to the
call of the chair.
kvi-kytiiing in thi:
Sii,vi:k and Ooi.n Lim:,
Rich Cct Gi. ss ami
Mi:k,chamisi: op 'r.ii
Bkst Opai.it v ( iM.Y.
Li-whim; J i:vi-i.r k s
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Paper Bags, Twines,
IN TIIK TI'.IMUT' RY
MAIL ORDERS Pl! M 1TLY
PAPER CO., LTD.
Fort nnd Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD. Vice Pret & Mgr
Oaice Supply Co., Ltd.
IIMNOLI i.I", T. II.
Agents fcr the
and dealers in Oiliee Stationery
and l'iliiii; Sj stems.
Carry a complete stoek of the
( ilolic-W'eniii ke Tiling Cabinets
' and Bookcases.
All repairs mi typewriters irnuran
! HOTEL WAIMEA
5 .50 i
DICK OLIVER, Manager
i w'V .-
KINO ri'.Tlvi, OF SFRVIA.
The a-.d Kin of the Servians, who despite his years has
joined his tout in tlufiild.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Liiii i:, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits :ti; received subject
In (V"i.k, Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Dkaits 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.
Sai-'k Dk posit BnxKS for
Rknt and S3 A Yi:ak"
JAS. F. urn
I Stocks, Bends,
Real Estate and Insurance
iNO. 125131 MKRCHANT ST.
P. O. Box No 594 Honolulu
Wholesale and Retail Groceriei
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
YH' will always i-eineml.er Vol r trip,
Till". AMERICAN CONTINENT
li yon travel via
The Scenie l.ii.e of Hie Vi'orld .
I'euther River Canyon and the
Denver & Rio Grande
l-RKl) L. W AI.IiRoN, LIU., A-ents
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a bin
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
f I O - t
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