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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY MARCH 16, 1915,
(Continued from page 3.)
right of way and all his claim fot
damages to his land.
The request of the pineapple can
nery people to be supplied with
50,000 gallons of water per day
for the use of their cannery, which
will ba temporarily put up at Ka
paa, after careful consideration,
was deferred until next meeting
for definite action.
The Board upon request of the
County road supervisor for instruc
tions, bv a vote ordered that after
the completion of the present ma
cadamizing work at Waikoko the
rock crusher and outfit be moved
to Lumahai and the macadamizing
work from there to Haena be pro
ceeded with to completion.
Of the Board's own motion the
pipe of the Lawai water works was
ordered to be extended along the
short-cut road in Koloa district.
The several bills received were
approved and ordered paid out of
the following appropriations, viz:
Salary County Road Supervisor
Pay of Police:
County Building: Janitors
County Lot & Building 40.50
County Jail 399.55
District Courts etc.
Hanalei 5.00 56.25
Expenses, auditing county
Expenses of Election 237.90
Expenses of Witnesses 15.00
Furniture & Office Supplies 16.00
Waimea (2 mos) 200.00 425.00
Cty-Rd Supervisor 106.17 329.33
Schools: Furniture &
Fixtures 42. $5
Janitor Service &
School supplies 3.15
Repairs School Houses,
etc. 80.70 126.80
Support of Prisoners
Count- Road Machinery 12.13
Now I s'pose Siram
What s he bin doin
He sez he wuz down
Oiling Rs. (R. T. S. I).)
Road Tax Special Deposits
Oiling Roads (R. T.S. D.)
Road Tax Special Deposits
Rd. Tax Special Deposits 1009.75
Akulikuli Road contract 404.42
Kapahi Homestead Road 262.40
Rd. Tax Special Deposits 851 .98
Roads & Bridgea 1044.90 1684.63
Road Tax Special Deposits 751.05
' Total $11,017.18
At 3:00 o'clock p. m. , the meet
ing was adjourned, subject to the
call of the chair.
A Freak Bill Killed
The bill introduced in the house
of Representatives, providing for
government loans up to $500 to
homesteaders, was reported upon
adversely by the finance committee
and thereupon killed.
Dr. Derby's Office
Work began last week on the
new dental office of Dr. A. J. Der
by, next to Frank Crawford's res
idence, Lihue. When it is com
pleted, the carpenters will begin
work on the residence cottage of
the dentist, which will go on the
The film series "Neptune's
Daughter," which had been ex
ploited in the various theaters of
the island for ten days, went back
to Honolulu Saturday night, the
agent for it, J. Dias, returning at
the same time. It is understood
tint, on the whole, the picture
made money for the people bring
ing it over, there being only one
real slim audience.
ip Frye Known Here
The American ship W m. P.
Frye, which was eaptuied and
sunk by the Cerman auxiliary
cruiser Prince F.itel Friedrich, in
the Atlantic, was well known in
these Islands. Prior to the days
o f the big American Hawaiian
steamers, she was regularly engag
ed in carrying Hawaiian sugar from
Island ports around the Horn. At
the time she was overhauled and
sunk, she carried a cargo of wheat
from Puget Sound, destined for
Ireland. The German auxiliary
afterward put into Newport News, '
Virginia, for repairs.
REGULAR PIG'S WORK.
hez purty near ruined his good suit
to the park rootin' for the Blues.
Following is Senate Bill 24,
which seeks to amend Section 1552
of the Revised Laws of 1915, con
cerning the removal of public of
ficers for cause:
Section 1552. Procedure. Any
elected or appointed county officer,
including a supervisor, may be
removed for malfeasance, non
feasance or maladministration in
office. Any circuit court within
the county shall be a court of im
peachment for the trial of any
such elected or appointed officer
who may be so charged, and such
circuit court shall sit without a
iury and shall proceed according
to the form required for the trial
of all civil cases at common law as
modified by statute. A certified
petition setting forth in detail the
charges preferred against such
officer and praying for his removal
may be filed in such circuit court
by not less than twenty-five per
sons who are citizens and voters of
the county and thereupon j.he
court shall fix the time within
which the officer charged shall
answer the charges but in no case
less than twenty days from date
of service, and, a certified copy of
such charges together with a pro
per summons shall be served upon
the officer, so charged as in any
civil case. If such officer shall
fail to appear atid answer on or
before the return day he tnav be
defaulted and the court may, after
default, hear the petitioners upon
their proof and, if the, charges are
sustained, may remove the officer
and his office shall thereupon be
come vacant; but if the officer
shall on or before the return day
appear and file a written reply to
the charges either in the form of
a demurrer or traverse, the issues
formed by the reply shall, after
notice, be set down and heard by
the court and the cause shall pro
ceed to final termination as iu
other civil law causes. If it shall
be finally adjudged that the
charges are unfounded in Jaw or
in fact the respondent may recover
his costs; but if the charges are
adjudged to be founded upon both
law and fact the court shall ad
judge the office to be vacant and
award the costs against the res
pondent. The board of supervi
sors, unless provision is otnerwise
made by law, shall fill such vacancy
bv the appointment of some other
person to the office, unless the re
moved officer shall be a supervisor,
when the office shall be filled by
Francis Hai'fy Calls
The chartered steamer Francis
Ilanifv arrived at Port Allen early
Friday morning from Honolulu,
bringing 600 tons of freight. She
sailed at 6 o'clock the same after
noon for Kahului, not taking any
cargo from Kauai.
up there to college!
Show Had Bad Luck
The Dainty Comj any had hard
luck with their show in Waimea
Wednesday evening. A man with
a parlor rifle, prize shooting gal
lery opened that evening on the
road to the theater and held up a
large crowd, while the big political
rally, with the Waimea brass band,
down below, engaged the balance
of the town, leaving nothing for
the show. After vainly waiting
for awhile for an audience, he
show people gave up their pro
gram for the night.
i Temporary Cannery
Albert Horner has addressed a
letter to the stockholders of the
Hawaiian Canneries Compfiny
stating that the new cannery at
Kapaa will be a temporary struc
ture only, and that a larger, per
manent cannery will be put up
nearer Lihue as soon as the pro
posed Waipouli tailroad goes
through. It is understood that
the rush arrangement i s made
necessary by the large output of
cannabic pineapples which will be
coming along in May and Tune.
. YOU CAN NEVER TELL
"What's the matter with that
fellow wh6 is holding onto the
lamp-post and shuffling his feet?'
There was a time when I'd
have said he was drunk, but now
perhaps he's practicing a new
Politics In Waimea
A big political rally was held in
front of the Waimea court house
Wednesday, Mr. Kapuuiai presid
ing and W, O. Crowell making the
opening address. Speeches were
made by Sheriff Rice, Auditor Ma
ser, Clerk Kaneakua and J. A. Aki
na, the latter i candidate for super
visor from the Waimea district.
Booges To Homestead
Mrs, Booge and daughter have
moved from the Fail view hotel to
their homestead at Waipouli.
They have built and equipped a
small house there for temporary
use, and will construct a larger
residence later on.
Among the travelling salesman
arriving from Honolulu during the
week and now touring the island
are Ben Vickers, of Theo. H.
Davies Co., M. A. Nicol. of R.
I. Lillie; D. Leith, of F. M.Wake
field cc Co., and Frank Boyer,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
The Honolulu Construction &
Draying Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha
waiian Express Co. and Nieper's
F.xpress, assure all Kauai passen
gers arriving at or departing from
Honolulu of prompt baggage de
livery and courteous treatment.
Our drivers are experienced, relia
ble men. Advt.
Largest Cleaners and Most
Sanitary Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
j J J
High Class Work.
Laundry Returned by
Free of Charge
To All Towns On Kauai.
J v J
777 King Street
The "best money in the
bank" is what you de
posit there regulaYly
either weekly or month
ly. This constantly grow
ing sum, plus the interest
it earns, will constitute
a "bulwark of defense"
against most any finan
Bishop & Go .
In Tiir Circuit Court of The
Fifth Circuit, Tf.rritory
. At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukina, de
ceased. Order to show cause why license
for sale of real estate should not
The Hawaiian Trust Company.,
Limited, Administrator with the
Will Annexed of the Estate of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukini, (w de
ceased, having filed its petition
herein, duly verified, praying for
an order of sale of the real estate
of said decedent for the purposes
therein set forth.
It is hereby ordered bv the Judge
of this court that the next kin of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukini, de
ceased, and all persons interested
in the estate of said decendent ap
pear before the said Circuit Court
cf the Fifth Judicial Circuit on
Friday the 26th day of March,
1915, at 10 o'clock a. M. of said
day at the court room of said Cir
cuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir
cuit, at Lihue, in the' County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, to
show cause why a license should
not be granted to the said Hawaii
an Trust Company Limited to sell
so much of the real estate of the
said deceased as shall be necessary,
and that a copy of this order be
published at least once a week for
three successive times in The Gar
den Island, a newspaper printed
and published in the County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
(Sgd.) Lyls A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the
Fifth Circuit. I
The Foreign Mails
Follow ine is the schedule of mail steam
era arriving at and departing from IIo
nolulu in the next lew weeki:
Mar. Ifi Wilhelmina ,
" " Shinyo Muru
" 18 Mexican
" 20 Nile
Steamer . For
Mar. 1(5 Lin line S. F.
Shinyo Maru H. F.
" 20 Xile Japan
" 22 Ventura Colonies
" 2:! Persia S. F.
21 Wilhelmina S. F.
Notice is hereby given that the
Board of Equalization will meet at
the Tax Office, Honolulu, beginn
ing March 8th, and daily there
after, between the hours of 9:00
A. m. and 4:00 p. m. to and in
clusive of the 13th of March.
C. J. McCarthy,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii.
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, T.H.
Made up to a stand
ard not down to a
price. We make the
best gasoline that our
experience and re
sources enable us to
, produce. The qual
, ity of the gasoline
determines its price
not the price its
Honolulu, T. II.
When you wear
you are in style
Besides Regals, we sell shoes
made by Nettleton, Utz &
Dunn, Wichert & Gardiner,
and (Children's Shoes) L. B.
These can be fifted by
in eansof "Foot ograDh"
Chart, and sent to you
Parcel Post prepaid.
REGAL SHOE STORE
Pantheon liuiMing Honolulu.
Ths O'Cedar Mop Makes
House Cleaning Easier
This womWful invention has done
away with the har.l, haik-lireakinu
work of ol.l. With it you make
lusting, eleanitiir anl polishing of
Honrs, restoring ol, I furniture, ite.
a delight. Simply pasn the OVedar
Mop over the Honrs, moulding or
furniture ami every partiele of dirt
is taken up. tin? wno) is given a
hard, luralle ami lastini; iinlisli.
Mop 4 Siav 7.V. 1.00, 1.25, l.M.
Polish 5 Sizes 2"e, JiOe., .oo. 1 50
s:l-f,.s Kin., st.