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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 09, 1915, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FKBAVARY 9, 1915
, j EXCURSION PARTY j jMKpff
C'oiiftiii'.il lljit Schallucr & Mits
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Box 524 HONOLULU
Tenders Crushing Outfit
The Hoard of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, at Liluie, Ha
waii, will receive bids until 10 a.
m. of Maich 3rd for furbishing the
county with a Portab'e Stone
Crushing Outfit to consist of Crush
er, Gas Engine, Elevator and
The Crusher must he capable of
crushing at least six tons of two
inch rock per hour and must be
capable of turning out a very fine
The Engine must be in every
way suitable for driving the crush
er to its full capacity with ample
reserve power for fine crushing.
The Elevator a n d Revolving
Screen must be suitable for working
in connection with portable bins.
Bids must include delivery F. O.
B. ship's tackle at Port Allen.
All bids must be accompanied
by a certified check covering 5'c
of the amount bid.
T h e supervisors reserve the
right to select flom all offers, re
gardless of price, any machinery
they may deem most suitable.
Consideration will be given as to
time of delivery. Further informa
tion, if desired, will be given by the
I. H, Moragnk,
County Road Supervisor
February 8. 1915. 4-t;
Warm Election Coming
According to reports there will
be a merry fight in the Kawaihau
district for the office of supervisor
There is now one candidate defi
nitely in the field (Fred Mendes,
who has already filled his papers),
but it i3 understood that there will
I be three others. Mr. Vou Ekeke
la will not run again, to succeed
himself, on account of the appear
ance of his brother-in-law, Mehe-
ula, in the held. I he other can
didates spoken of are Lawrence
Mundon and Joe Rodrigues. This
alignment would bring into the
contest tor the office two Hawaii-
ans and two Portuguese. It will
be a hot time.
The succesiful Republican in
the primary will be opposed in the
regular election in May by Lewis
Tenders Water Pipe
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, at Lihue, Ha
waii. will receive Sealed Tenders
until 10 a. m. of March 3rd, 1915,
for furnishing the County with
3200 feet of 3" Standard Galvaniz
ed Water Pine, deliv red F. O.
B. ships tackle at Port Allen.
Bidders are requested to offer on
both short and lonuer time of de
A certified check amounting to
5 of the amount bid must accom
pany each proposal.
J. H. Moragne.
County Road Supervisor.
February 8 1915 4-t.
The small son of Win. Kuhl
tnann, Lihue, was operated upon
yesterday for appendicitis. This
is the second case in a short time
in Lihue of children being afflicted
in this way.
Yoters Of Kauai
"Jf Registrations since the books
""were re-opened, for the coming
elect ion, totalled 31, increasing the
grand total from 1211 at the last
election to 1212. It is known,
however, that at least -four regis
tered voters died since the last reg
IN HE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE FIFTH CIRCUIT,
TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
In the matter of the drawing of
names or rersous to serve as
Grand Jurors and Trial Jurors
at the March Term, 1915.
Order fixing Time and Place of
Drawings and directing Pub
lication of Notice thereof.
It is hereby ordered that draw
ings ot the names of the person
to serve as GRAND and TRIAL
Jurors at the March Term, 1915, of
this Court be held at 9:00 o'clock
A. M. on Thursday, Februaty
18th., 1915. in the Court Room of
this Court in the Comity Build
ing at Lihue, County of Kauai
ana that notice thereot ot given
by at least one week's publication
of the time and place of the same i
The Garden Island, a newspapei
o f general circulation, printed
and published in Lihue in th
Dated, Lihue, Kauai, February
(Sgd.) Lyle A. Dickey
Judge Circuit Court Fifth Circuit.
Territory of Hawaii.
(Sgd.) D. V.m. Dean
Clerk, Circuit Court Fifth Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii.
(Seal)" Feb 9-16.
The following were booked at
Honolulu at the middle of last
week (no further report having
een received) to arrive on Kauai
the Outdoor Promotion Com
mittee's excursion partv next Sat
R, J. Baker,
A . R. Tulloch.
Chas. C. Crozier,
G. H' W. Bucknell,
Clarence A. Brown,
Sam H. Kahalewai,
August M. Guerrero,
Miss Anne W. Nexsen,
. A. Meinecke,
Miss M. Meinecke,
Mrs. .A. R. Ashmun,
Corp. Long, Co. E;
Corp. Maloy, Band;
Corp. Washburn, Co. E;
Miss Sanborn, Mills School; "
Miss Jones. Mills School:
J. C. Mudge,
Sgt. J. L. King,
Geo. K. Dwight,
E. L. Frick,
Howard A. Steele, Ainahau;
Mrs. A. Steele,
W. R. Wanen.
Cora C. Vamey,
R. W. Graham,
R. H. Wilson,
A. G. Wilson,
F. S. Morris, S. S. Alert;
B. D. Wells, "
M. F. Covington,
E. T. Nikerson, "
Frank V. Smith "
C. Parkin Smith "
R. Hiestand, "
J. H. Francis,
H. A. Withers.
Morris L. Foster, Haw. Elec;
F. W. Ropero,
J. A. Parish,
Luke Luanka, "
Mae E. McKay Scherbu,
Miss Shewleys, Young St.;
A. P. Taylor,
L. L. Bolton,
A. J. Lowrey,
G. II. Gere,
A. J. Cooper,
M. R, Bisho,
Mr. Burns, Hollisters:
Mr. Corns, "
Mr. Blacksheer, "
L. II. Camp,
Eaton H. Magoon,
Miss V. K. Ward.
II. Gooding Field,
R. E. Lambert,
Mr. Kroll. Lewers & Cooke;
Miss O. Rand,
3 H i3o
The "Sierra" brought us our
fir A regular weekly shipment of
fresh sausage, specially made for
U5 to meet the derm rid of our
Bol ogna small
L fc3 Ji
Phone 82 L.
Mfca MOMIKi T.i MMM WiiimmttW 111 Hill llTnTM ITirr 1
Mr. II. C. Shaw.
D. E. Mooney,
Geo. Yierra, '
W. H. Pante,
Huron K. Ashford,
Dr. Wad ell,
Mrs. Smith. Pearl Citv;
E. A. Knudsen,
Mi. Florence, Ainahau;
PLAYERS ALL STAR COMPANY
George Webb Florence Oakley
and entire company which broke all records in
Waimea, February 17
Waimea, February 18
"BOUGHT AND PAID FOR"
Koloa, February 19
Lihue, February 20
Lihue, February 22
"FINE FEATHERS" or
Prices: Reserved Seats, $2.00, $1 .00. General Admission 50c.
Advance Sale opens February 5 at Hofgaard & Co's. Store, Waimea; Kauai
Trading Co., Koloa; Lihue Store