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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 8, 1915,
Played in New York City to prices of $2.00 down, to a
season of absolute capacity houses.
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Unquestionably the World's Master
piece in Twelve Stupenduous Acts
"A History of the Struggle Between
Rome and Carthage for Supremacy
Gabriele d'Annunzio's Immortal Masterpiece, Produced
by the Itala Film Co.
In Six Miles of Colored Motion Piclures
"KING OK CIRTA'
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Reserved Seats 50 and 75c
General Admission 25c
Seats on Sale in advance at Lihue Store
and C. B. Hofgaard & Co., Waimea
Will be shown at
Waimea, v Wed. June 16
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Liiue, 5af. " 19
Kealia, Mon. " 21
Surpasses Human Belief This $250
000 Spedacle of Volcanic Eruptions, Her
culean Battles of Titanic Armies and Mas
sive Presentations of Historic Wonders.
Produced With No Thought Nor Limit to Cost
Riddles And Pineapples
AccorJius to the reports fromj
Honolulu the pineapple carriers;
ha-8 cut the price of tV.eir product
2 percent untkr Inst year's'
prices. The rc-nsrv. iiven is that it;
is netssaiv to put piueapp'.es on
the s.in:e basis or lower than the j
California canned fruits, which are j
lowe" than last year. The carmcrsj
admit that the prices they paid the)
low what it cost to produce the
crop, but thev claim that it is im
possible to pay more when the
canned product must be sold at
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Furniture & Fixtures 6.40
Janilor Service and Supplies
Repairs and Maintenance, Bldgs
such low figures. As there isn't
Support of Prisoners
much liktlihood that the mainland
fruit pack is cr'in.c; to increase very
greatly, it i-n't vcrv clear just!
where the packers expect to get j
off, if their purpose is to continue! Rad ork:
to nv-et these figure. Another pe
culiar thing about the matter is
that the canning companies, most
of which are also growers as well,
are t!Ot reducing their acreage, but
instead are generally increasing it
very materially. If there is any
rational answer to this puzzle, a
large number of small growers
would like to hear it. It was with
a view to having such riddles solv
ed, that it was proposed to have ; jawaih
the canning companies made sub
ject to the public utilities commis
sion. For some other reason this
suggestion also never got very far
when the legislature was in ses
sion. Maui News.
Europe Buys Sugar
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Ntw Yik. X. V The Allies
Upon the recomtnenation of Mr..
Gay, the Finance Committee, the
6,50 following Financial - Reports were"
approved, viz: Auditor's Annual
Report 162 for 1914; Reports
Nos. 163. 163a, 163aa, and 163b
for February, 1915; Treasurer's
Annual Report Ll64j for 1914;
Reports Nos. K-5, 165a, 165aa,
165b for March 19)5; Auditor's
Report 1661 for the quarter end
ing with March 31, 1915; and Re
ports Nos. 167, 167a, 167aa, 167b
for April, 1915.
Financial Reports Nos. 168,168a,
16Saa, 16Sb for May last were re
ferred to Mr. Gay for report.
A report (Pi 167) from the Coun
ty Auditor on checking the vari
ous County departmenal books was
received and placed on file.
A requisition (P1168) from the
Makaweli School for supplies, etc..
was received and bv vote J. II.
Moragnt was given authority to
furnish the supplies and also to
give the teachers' cottage the neces
sary repairs. The recommendation
for painting the buildings was re
ferred to, Mr. Moragne for investi
gation and report. Another request
for an appropriation ot five dollars
for the caretaking of the school
premises during the coming sum
mer vacation was allowed.
A request (P1169) from C. B.
Morse, principal of the Eleele
school, for the employment of a
person to water the trees and
6.4S7.27i Plants on tne school premises dur-
Total 5 16,266.63
Upon motion of Mr. Mcllrvde,
County Road Mrvhinerv
Oiling Rds. (Special Deposits)
Road Ta Special Deposits
Kolon: Road Tax Special Deposits
Lihue- Road Tax Special Deposits
atr Roads & Bridges
Hanalei: Macadamizing, jKilauea
Ro?ds & Bridges 823.00
8 P. M.
Worlds Champion Typists
Every ,year for nine years
made their records for
seconded bv Mr. Gay, the sum of
one thousand seven hundred, twen-
! inrr 1 1 1 a cm v tiit- o oif iAn nnc
ceived and allowed.
On the matter 6 f giving the
j necessary repairs to the cottage
occupied by H. H. Brodie, super-
are 1 eavv liuvers of sucur in this i cn.um ,in. I
country. Announcement has been J propriated as additional appropri- f"? A vVr
made of the purchase by the French ations for the following purposes. ! IaSt nieetl"g (S" l'
govc-nmeut of 34,oo,000 pounds! viz- ' Moragne was instructed by the
of granulated sugar, on the basis! roroner9 Inrl, ' , ,n nn!B3rd l giVe """
.r .1 nt 4 ro, r ,M,ri ini,i roners Inquest ? 50.00 pa rs needed but at a cost not to
ef al out 4.60cper pound , , bo ul. , Kx,enses of Herti,n l00.00 ' cxcted three humlred dollars.
It ,S also reported that the .nt-, Incidentals: j A reqnest (pu70) rom the Kq,
,u ci iniiciH i in '.iic ni:iiKei Attorney 15.00
for r-bout 150,000.000 pounds of j Auditor 25.00
raw sugar. Last week 45, 000, 000 I License Collections ftfi.no
pounds of granulated sugar were
sold to the United Kingdom.
The value of these three lots of
j loa school for 48 desks for its use
I was received and M r. Moragne
Registration of Autos
sugar is approximately $9,000,000. Rds & Bdgs:
was authorized to furnish the same.
100.001 A requisition P1177 from the
1.50! Ha namaulu school for repairs, etc.,
20.00: was received and on consideration
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