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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, May 11, 1915, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MAY 11.. 1915
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serves the varnish and forms a pro
tection from the weather it im
parts a hard, dry, high gloss which
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After cars have been polishcu
with Johnson's Prepared Wax it
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dried mud, rubs off like dust,
leaving the sheen of the Wax un
affected. Johnson's Prepared Wax is
easy to use simply apply a light
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a soft woolen or cheese cloth rag,
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FOR SALE BY
(Lumber & Building Materials)
Thu Garden Island does not
vouch for the authenticity of the
following story, but it is a Rood
one, appearing on the inside of a
It is not generally known that
Represei tative Coney of Kauai
he of the eagle eve, although six
foot two in stature, is n "small"
farmer when at home. Onions is
his specialty large, juicv, firm,
sweet, silver-skinned onioiiS "As
a matter ot course a fine appearing
onion attracts 1 is attention as steel
attracts the compass.
Not long ac,o the Honorable
Coney autoed over from his home
at Lihue, to the neighboring vil
lage of Makaweli, and while there
incidentally dropped into the plan-
tion store to see if he could not
place a few of his onions. As soon
as he entered the store he saw that
he was too late, for there stacked
up in the grocery end of the estah
ishment was as fine an arrav of
the succulent vegetable a s ever
drew tears from an onion slicer
they were equal to any that the
honorable gentleman himself had
in stock. Sidling along in their
direction he casually remarked:
Fine lot of onions you have
"Yes," replied the store keeper,
'I reckon that's the finest lot of
onions ever came to (taunt. Can t
I send you over a case?"
Honorable Coney, with a puzzl
ed expression, was looking intently
at the silver skins, replied with n
startled note in his voice:
Sav. where'd you get those
onions, any way?" m
'Seattle," replied the store
keeper. Better let me send you
over some never'll see anv belter
pick of the whole Pacific Coast
Meanwhile Coney's gaze was
concentrated on the onions like a
fascinated bird's on a snake his
hands trembled and his breath
came in short pants.
Why, those are MY onions,"
he finally gasped.
Your onions!" indignantly
ejaculated the store keeper No
thing doing! I tell you they are
from Seattle! Came in on the
American-Hawaiian steamer yes
terday bought 'em through Alex
ander & Baldwin, and they're
some buyers, too got 'em for five
cents a pound, and they're worth
seven of anybody's money."
With a long, shuddering sigh, a
drooping of the shoulders and i
catch in the throat, Coney explod
1 don t care a tinker s cuss
where you got those onions, or
who bought 'em for you, or how
they got here, or what you paid
"What I do know is that I rais
ed those onions myself! I made
those cases myself, and if you turn
them over you'll find my name sten
ciled on them, and what's more
I would have sold them to you for
two cents a pound and you would
have saved freight, insurance and
commissions besides and yet they
sav we ought to 'diversify our in
Ben VicKers, representing
Theo. H. Davits & Co., arrived
Friday and is making a business
tour of the island.
kvervthing in thk
Sii.vkr and Gold Link,
Rich Cut Class and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
(Continued from page 1.)
Coroners Inquest 165.00
County Building; lanitor Service
County Lot & Building
District Courts, etc
Expenses of Election
Expenses of Witnesses
Sheriff ' ,
Furniture & Fixtures 23.40
Janitor Service & Supplies
Repairs & Mainte.
Support of Prisoners
County Road. Machinery 197.89
Oiling Rds(Spee. Dcpo).
Rd Tax Spec. Deposits
Rd Tax Spec Deposits 1,064.74
Rd Tax Spec Deposits 1,005.80
Kawaihau: Rd & Bdg. 954.02
Mr. Menefoglio moved the ap
propriation of the sum of Seventeen
hundred dollars ($1700. 00) as ad
ditional appropriations for the
purposes hereinbelow named, viz
Coroners Inquest $150.09
Expenses of Election 225.00
Stationery 150 00
Water Works: Lawai 175 00
Rds. & Bdgs. Kawaihau , 1,000.00
Seconded by Mr. McBryde, and
Financial Reports, viz: Auditors
Annual Report for 1914. R 162;
Reports Nos. 163, 163a. 163aa,
and 163b. for the month of Febru
ary last, Report 'No. 164, being
the Treasurer's Annual Report for
1914; Reports Nos. 165. 165a, 165
aa, and 165b. for the nionth of
March last; the Auditor's Quarter
ly Report R 166 to March 31st.
1915; and Reports Nos. 16, 167a,
167aa, and 167b, for the month of
April last, were all referred to Mr.
McBryde for report .
The report P 1162 of the
County Clerk of nomination fees
received since his last report was
received and placed on file.
The following school requisi
tions were received and referred
to J. II. Moragne with authority
to act in each case, viz: Anahola
J School P 1158 for mops and
; handles; Kapahi school P 1160
for supplies etc; and Kapaa school
'. P 1163 that the principal employ
i a carpenter to make a change in
I the office of the school, etc.
Reports P 1 164 J on school
buildings, etc., were received from
jtli schools nt Annhobi, Haena.
i Hanalei, Hannmniilu, Iluleia. Ka
lahe.i, Kapaa, Kap,.hi, Kauai
High & Grammar, Kckaba, Kila-
lue.-i, Koloa, Koolau, Lihue, Makn-
weli, ami Waimea, at.d were plac-
: ed on file.
i A request (p 1161) from II. II.
I Brodie, supervising principal, with
I 1. .... r-1 ... i. r t
nillllMiltl, LJ 1J 1CI iMlllilK'"-
lo"k into the matter of making
repairs to the house in which the
principal lives Tat Hanapepe was
received and referred to Air. Mo-
Jrnu're for investigation and report.
A petition P 1157J from Lihue
praving that the County's road
bborvrs he puid semi monthly was
received rrd after cartful consid
eration of he matter the petition
was denied bv a unanimous vote.
The report 1165 of the Coun
ty Road Supervisor for the month
of April hist was received and
placed on file. The report is as
"Work mi the Mi-iiii rowl w:: i-m-tinuoil
iKul fiiir pn-vrc made. AIkhiI
two mouth more is required to com
plete the ;miilii,:; unit put in the hridjfes.
The work of r;UMii; the tirade on the
valley mid lit Wuinieii wii hIho curried
on except during hiyh water when the
temporary Undue was out of eonum-vioii.-At
this place u week or so is required to
complete the work authorized.
In Koloa distiict h new 110 feet bridge
was put in r.t Koloa just I.ihue Mile of
the old Koloii Mill. The lieaeh road from
Koloa Landing towards the Spouting
Horn was repaired, ronsideruhle dirt
was put on the macadam roads through
out the di.itrlct in order to stop the rapid
raveling up of the surface, that was go
ing on. The dirt had the d"shvd ell'eet
and at. this time sand is being applied
putting the road in gi.od condition.
That part of the road extending from
I.awai hridii towards Waimea to the
horseshoe turn in Kalaheo Valley on
which the practice of surface oiling was
aliandoned, is in need of resurfacing in
the manner that oth-r part-" of the road
were resurfaced la-t year.
In I.ihue JMstnct the regrading l n
preparation for macadam was completed
on the mileia roa'l. Drain tunnels along
the main road wen' eleaneel out. The
Niuinahi-Maliiinalu grade was repaired.
Most of the main road was dressed with
dirt and sandau'lis now in fair condition.
In Kawaihau regrinling lietwecn Kea
!ia bridge and Kealia Store was carried
on except when the forces were, employ
ed on the Homestead and where fences
were put up along the Tracy and Sey
In naualei The iiunalei bridge uhut
ment was completed. Consideralile re
grading was done lctweenWaikoko and
The crusher at Lumahai was started
up early in the month and rock was put
on the road for two days since which
time the weather has Ix-cn rainy and the
road too wet for nutting on the rock. A
breakdown caused nearly a week's de
lay. At this place the crushing outfit is
going ahead crushing and piling up tin
rock which will Ik' picked up and put on
the road at such times as it is dried
enough. By doing this the inacadaini.
mg nt Kilauea may not le delayed on
account of rainy weather at Lumahai
Work of building now foundations at
Wainiha bridge has begun. The small
bridge at AVainiha is licing repaired.
Stone breaking for macadam at Kila
uea is going on. The Plantation has
agreed to haul the stone. The quarry is
good and convenient to the railroad.
In regard to the advertisement n
questing' bids for macadamizing unit'
miles of road at Kilauea, 1 have adver
tised in the ( larden lsland but havu had
no inquiries or requests for further in
formation or specification!).
Schools New desks were ordered lor
thire rooms of Kekaha School. All re
quisitions for supplies received attention
Water Works The 3i0() feet of .1
pipe for I. oloa is expected daily. The
work of trcaeliing has begun.
At Kapaa the wuter has Iven turni
into the Cannery Tank through a 1 l-i'
pix-. I have Ikvii corresponding with
Honolulu n:is i n regard to suitable
meter for mea-wrlng the water and ex
pect to put one in soon.
The small crushing out lit to he furnish
ed by the Lynch Company is expected
about the first of June.
Mr. McBrvde moved that the
County Road Supervisor be per
mitted to resurface the Kalaheo
Vallev road; seconded b y Mr
Menefoglio, and carried.
The .report P 11591 of tli
poundmastcr for Lihue for the
thret months ending with March
31st, lsst was approved upon the
recoiiimeud.ition of Mr. Menefog
lio to whom the same was referred
in the early part ot the meeting
At 11:30 o'clock A. M. the
meeting adjourned but subject to
the call of the chair, '
G. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
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Or ship freight from or to the City, you require the ser
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We ore backed by our reputation for promptness and re
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AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LIKE !
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA' j
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