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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. APRIL 20, 1915
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The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, at Lihue, Kauai,
will receive sealed tenders up to
10 o'clock a. m. of May 5, 1915,
for furnishing all Materials, Labor,
Tools and Machinery and macada
mizing three miles of ro.id extend
ing from the foot of the grade at
Kalihiwai, three m i 1 e s 'towards
Lihue, passing through Kilauea.
About 6,000 cubic yards of crush
ed rock will be required. The
contract is to be paid for by the
cubic yard for all crushed rock ap
plied in approved manner.
A certified check amounting to
5 of the amount of bid must ac
accompany each bid. Bond as re
quired by law.
Sptcifications will be furnished
by the undersigned on receipt of
$5.00 which will be, returned on
return of specifications.
J. H. Moragne.
Passengers In And Ont
The following sailed from Nawi-
liwili last Tuesday afternoon by
the W. G. Hall: J. F. Colburn,
J. B. Lightfoot, Dan Kamai, Miss
Cashi, A. Sam, Rev. Hans Isen-
berg, A. Horner, and Colburn's
The following passengers arriv
ed by the Kinau Wednesday morn'
ing: Mrs. Rankin, Rev. and Mrs.
Frank S. Scudder, Wm. G. Chal
mers, C. M. Thurston, A. S. Sum
merbayes,' Frank Beck, Mrs. Lau
Chong, Lau Chong, Let Gee. J. P.
Loouey. L. Taylor, Mrs. K. Nau
mu, M. S. Silva, I. T. Osorio,
Paul O. SchmidS Rev. J. W. Wad-
man, George J. Wond, Dr. A. R
Glaisyer, Mrs. Wond, Miss Wond,
D. L. Austin, Mrs. Wong Chai.
A. J. Bolfing, Edward Price, Miss
H. Davtes Mrs. K. Kawika and
The following arrived from Ho
nolulu Friday morning: A. S.
Wilcox, Mrs. A. S. Wilcox, A
Horner, Yip Chong, Chu Kong,
Miss E. London, Mr. and Mrs. F
E. Trowbridge and infant, Mrs
Decker, Mrs. Hamilton, Mrs. Poo.
Master Poo, R. Ouye, Antone
Souza, Rev. Hans Isenberg, Jno
Waterhouse. J. P. Erdman, M
Ozaki. Rev. A. Akanc.Miss Mer
rill. E. C. Merrill, Mr. Smith
Mrs. J. W. Rath, Master Poo
Miss Hattie Poo, P. Alapai, S
Sayegusa, M r s. Wilcox's maid
Hana, 35 Filipino laborers and 36
(Continued from page 1.)
Framed Photographic Views
Of twelve framed groups o f
views which enme into possession
of your committee for distnlmtion
to the best advantage in further
ance of tne object? of this body,
disposition has lictn made, to wit:
During latter part of last month,
in a personal visit to Honolulu,
there were plnced
1 Y. M. C. A.
1 Alexander Young Hotel
1 Hotel Blaisdell.
I Promotion Committee Head
quarters. Four were left with Mr. A.
P. Tavlor, in charge of Hawaii
Promotion Committee Headquat
ters, of which 1 is to go to Hotel
Stewart, ban Francisco and 2 to
other Hotels of prominence in said
city to be selected in the well
qualified discretion of Mr. Taylor.
1 is still to be placed in Hono
lulu when the latter three groups
shall have been permanently put.
Mr. Taylor will so advise this
2 are in custody of Mr. Wm
Rice at Lihue and
2 remain in ray possession at
Eleele, for use oi this committee.
A proposal has been made by
Alexander Hume Ford that he be
given two groups for exhibition in
Paris, which has not been favor
ably acted upon owing to its in-definitness.
These views everywhere, when
observed, elicit high praise and it
is suggested that their popularity
be increased by reduction of nega
tives and having postal picture
cards of them printed to meet an
existing demand. I n addition,
views therefrom are especially sale
able, which would prove a valua
ble advertising medium. -
These phases of the subject were
strongly emphasized to the writer
To do this will necessitate ob
taining negatives Mr. Baker made
for this Chamber of Commerce.
Your Committe believes they are
its property and will make an ef
fort to get possession of same.
The Courtland Guide
Your committee has been fur
nished with a number of these
books, by its publisher, for distri
bution. It embodies general in
formation, well arranged and re
liable, of Hawaii, including Kau
ai, for visitors and is prized as
evidenced by a lively demand for
it by visiting shipping people at
Port Allen. Further consideration
of Kauai therein, with additional
views, is being sought for publica
tion in its next edition.
A copy of the book is filed
Carriage of Mails.
While not strictly within the
scope of dutits devolving upon this
committee, the Chamber's atten
tion is respectfully directed to the
unsatislactory delivery of mails,
foreign and Hawaiian, which ar
rive outside of "Kinau and "Hall"
At Eleele a few local people de
fray the expense of special trans
portation of mails from Lihue to
Homestead and Eleele regularly.
Mails are frequently landed at
Eleele and are delayed in forward
ing till regular runs to Lihue for a
day or more a large foreign mail
being so delayed during the cur
rent week, Ex "Hyades."
This matter was taken up last
year by this Chamber with Super
intendert of mails, with whom the
subject should be taken up anew,
as I am of the opinion that extra
compensation could b e secuied
through Mr, Flavin in order to in
duce the present contractors to
cover in proper way this service,
therely relieving private indivi
duals ot the unjust burden of pay
ineut for the special carriage and
ensure prompt delivery all around.!
While I have not the time to
investigate the Hanalei side of the
Island in this regard, the effoit
to secure this extra service should
be made to embrace tue whole
J. I. Silva,
Of Promotion Committee, Kauai
Chamber of Commerce.
CHAMBER OF COMMERCE
(Continued from page 1.)
Mr. isberd ?aid that it would
be a fin- tiling if some scheme
rould if wo k 'd up which would
givf iLfi : (e informal on regarding
the Niiivil.vvili harbor project.
Dr Clin syer suggested printing
a l rothine dealing with Nawiliwili
harbor, hotnestexding, etc.
Mr. Rohrit: moved that Mr.
Wishard be nq nested to address
the Oman ssn en formally at the
reception in Lihue and that Mr.
Brunei t address them at the recep
tion i n Wuitnea. Unanimously
An offer of Eddie Fernandez to
take motion pictures of the Con
gressmen "in action" while on
Kau.ii, i lie same to be displayed
on eastern picture circuits, was not
John Fernandez was elected to
Mr. Thurtell returned to the
subject introduced by Dr. Glaisyer
and recommended that the pro
posal of a neatly printed brochure
on Kauai be not turned down.
Mr. Wishard wondered if litera
ture would not have become nau
seating to our guests after they
had run the the gauntlet of the
San Francisco fair and Honolulu.
Mr Moragne suggested that the
proposed speeches of Messrs. Wish
ard and Brandt be printed and
handed to the Congressmen on
their departure. This provoked a
laugh, during which a motion to
adjourn was put and carried.
The meeting as a whole was
very interesting and successful.
Before adjournment was taken
President Putman announced that
the next meeting would he held in
Waimea at 3 p. m. of lune 17.
If a plan in the making at Ho
nolulu goes through, the Kauai
committee on entertainment of the
Congressional party may be re
lieved of the responsibility of sup
plying any information on local
topics to the official visitors. All
the local committee will have to
do will be to supply a few automo
biles, see that the dinner bell
rings on time and then stand
around and look on while Honolu
lu experts tell the Congressmen
all about Kauai and Kauai's needs.
The following from a Henolulu
paper tells all about it, and the
local committees and Kauai Cham
ber ot Commerce who have been
working quite hard on this very
line, insofar as this island is con
cerned, may now probably feel a
great measure of relief:
"The reception committee of the
Chamber of Commerce will confer
with Territorial Secretary Wade
Warren Thayer at an early date to
ascertain what the chamber may
do to assist in entertaining the
members ot the Congressional par
ty. It is the plan of the commit'
tee to send a delegation of its best
informed members with the party
to the other islands in order that
all questions put by the congress
men regarding Hawaii may be ex
plicitly answered. These members
of the chamber would be able to
give the congerssmen first hand
information on any subject. They
would travel at theirown expense."
Horse, buggy, harness cost $240.
00 sell for $115.00. Piano cost
$375.00 sell for $65.00 cash, Fur
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