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THE GARDEK ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 6, 1915
QUARTERLY STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS 8. DISBURSEMENTS OF
1915 TO U
E 3DTH. 1915.
Treas. Terr, of Hawaii
Perm. Itnprov't Fund
Water Works Collect
Fines & Costs
Detailed Statement of Receipts.
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii 57,882.33
Interest on Bonds -3,555.09
Sinking Fund on Bonds 3,200.69
Permanent Improvement Fund
V of $65,952.57 property Taxes
Licenses, collected since April 1st. 1915
Collections, Water Works:
Water Works Wairuea 313.65
" " Koloa 13.40
Fines & Costs:
Waimea Distr. Court & Jail 243.15
Lihue " ' " 172.00
Kawaihau " " " 152.50
Hanalei " " " 218.28
Fifth Cir. Court 125.05
C6unty Jail 5.00
Registration of Autos 50.00
Registration of Brands 6.00
Expenses of Election, Fees 75.00
Refdg of Freight by Lewers Cooke, Ltd. 11.02
Detailed Statement of Disbursements
Supervisors, Salaries 750.00
Expenses of Liquor Licenses
Expenses of Election
Registration of Autos '
Incidentals License Collections
Discount & Interest on Warrants overdrawn
Sheriff Salary 525.00
Deputy Sheriff, Waimea
Pay ot Police 720.00
Deputy Sheriff, Koloa
Pay of Police 420.00
Deputy Sheriff, Lihue
Pay of Police 450.00
Deputy Sheriff, Kawaihau
Pay of Police 405.00
Deputy Sheriff. Hanalei
Pay of Police 405.00
Pay of Police Specials
Road Supervisor Salary 675.00
Incidentals 380. C5
Akulikuli Road Contract 127.71
Kapahi Homestead Road 237.75
Rds & Bdges Kawaihau 2,643.26
Rds & Bdges Hanalei 4,288.49
Macadamizing Waikoko Haena 11,048.83
Macadamizing Kilauea 903 M 16,240.93
Courts & Jails
Int.'& Sinking Fund
March 31st 1915
Net Cash Bat. June 30th
County Road Machinery
Courts & Jails:
Waimea Distr. Magistr. Salary
Court & Jail
Koloa Distr. MaRistr. Salary
Court and Jail
Lihue Distr. Magistr. Salary
Kawaihau Distr. Magistr, Salary
Hanalei Distr. Magistr Salary
Court & Jail
Fifth Circuit Court
Support & Mainten of Prisoners
Expenses of Witnesses
Waimea Water Works
Kalaheo " '
r . ft 1
Kawaihau " "
Koloa Hospital .
Lot & Building
Interest & Sinking Fund:
Interest on Bonds
Sinking Fund on Bonds
Statement of Receipts & Disbursements
of Road Tax Special Deposit From
April 1st 1915 to June 30th 1915.
Bal. March Bal.
Districts: 31st 1915. Receipts: Disbursements: Junt 30th 1915,
Waimea: Taxes 8,991.55 Overdrawn: 2,196.82
Drawn since 5,433.80 1,360.93
Koloa: Taxes 4,712.15 Overdrawn: 1.555.29
Drawn since 3,105.15 51.71
Lihue: Taxes 6,145.55 Overdrawn: 1,868 48
Drawn since 3,342.90 934.17
Kawaihau: Taxes 2,760.95 Overdrawn: 1,531.12
Drawn .since 221.80 1,008.03
Hanalei: Taxes 1,777.10 Overdrawn: 1,749.40 27.70
Niihau: 4.53 Taxes 83.00 87.53
Statement of Receipts & Disbursements
of Spec. Deposit Schools. From April
1st 1915 to June 30th 1915.
March 31 1915. Receipts: Disbursements: June 30th 1915
Rep. & Maint. of Overdrawn: 244.90
Buildgs & Grounds 750.00 Drawn since 353.70
Janit. Services &
School Supplies 1,833.55 1,250.00 108.73
School Fur nit. 21.70
& Fixtures 469.82 1,250.00 550.57
New School Bldg 6,964.83 5,775.00
Refunding of double payment of freight.
Statement of Receipts & Disbursements,
Special Game Fund From April 1st to
June 30th 1915.
March 31st 1915 Receipts: Disbursements: June 30th 1915.
Preserv. & Import.
of Game Birds 380.07 -0-
Lihue, June 30th 1915.
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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Monday, July 5.
Auditor, County of Kauai.
Honolulu Russel Downing. centerfielder of the Stanford
baseball team, who toik a diver from the sutf nt the Outrigger( Club
and fractured vertabrae in neck, died Sunday morning. The body
will be shinned to the Coast tomorrow. The team will not plav again
on account of the death of Downing and will leave by the Lurline to
morrow for San Francisco.
Mackensen Forging Ahead
London Forging ahead in his northward drive, von Mackensen
is progressing five miles a dav in a collossal and daring endeavor to
drive a wedge through the Russian center, dislodge the Russians trom
their defenses along the Vistula and force them out of Poland across
the Bug. The progress of the Austro- Germans seems irresistable.
Indian Mutiny Rumored
Constantinople Serious rioting is taking place at Lahore, India.
At that place the native garrison is said to havt mutinied, shot down
the English officers and killed many English civilians. Disorders at
Madras are also reported.
Submarine Does Stunt
Amsterdam A German submarine, after lying 36 hours on the
bottom at the mouth of the river Ems, was successfully raised yesterday.
Liberty Bell Travels
Philadelphia A special train conveying 26 Councilmen and tliT
Liberty Bell began the trip across the continent at 3 o'clock yesterday
afternoon. The Bell will be exhibited at the Exposition in San Francisco.
Marshall Receives Letters
St. Louis Vice President Marchall says that during the last six
weeks he has received several threatening letters from cranks, i tit
failed to report the same to the Secret Service for the reason thatxJie
never took them seriously.
Holt Talks Some More
Glencove F. Holt, who attempted to take the life of J. P. Mor
gan, says it was his intention to capture Mrs. Morgan and children
and hold them as hostages until Morgan stopped financing for the
shipment of aminunitian to England and France. If he failed to desist,
the wife and children would be killed.
Experts believe that the man is unbalanced mentally.
Special Guard Eor Wilson
Cornish Anticipating a bare possibility that the action of Holt
might inspire other cranks to do mischief, the Secret Service depart
ment has supplied the President with a special guard.
Germans Lose Battleship
London One battleship sunk, two battered into flight and one
small craft the mine-layer Albatross beached to prevent sinking or
capture', represent the principal losses of the Germans in the naval en
gagement Friday off Gotland Island Swedish, according to a com
pilation of reports received here. The limping back of Kiel to the bat
tleship Wittelsbach and another of the Kaiser class, showing signs of
the battering they had experienced, is reported by Copenhagen.
On The Western Front
Paris French official reports announce two decisive repulses for
the Germans, one on the northern section of the line and the other on
forward before breaking,
t Official despatches from Berlin claim German successes in Ar-
No Afternoon Wireless
Honolulu No press news will be received from the outside world
Sunday, July 4
Either A Knave Or A Fool
New York F. Holt, the man who attempted to murder J. P.
Morgan bv shooting him twice, after being given "the third degree"
by the police, confessed that he placed the bomb in the reception room
of the Senate building at Washington, which exploded on Friday.
He stated that he had already written to President Wilson, ex
plaining why he desired to damage the capitol and kill J. P. Morgan.
The latter, he claimed, was interested in supplying the Allies with arms
and munitions of war.
The Italian Advance
Rome Official announcement was made yesterday that the Itali
ans had succeeded in establishing heavy artillery and supply depots
before Malborgeth and Predil, and both places are being heavily bom
barded. (Malborgeth and Predil are Austrian forts of great strength
and importance. They lie in the path of the invading Italian army.
Ed. Gard. Isl.)
s Alter The Seamen's Law
San Francisco The National Sales Managers Association, in con
vention here, ve3terduy appointed a committee to draft resolutions
calling upon President Wilson and Congress to repeal the Seamen's
Act recently enacted into law.
Fuerta Dislikes His Treatment'
Washington Former President Huerta. of Mexico, tetegraphs
from El Paso complaining about the way he is being treated as a Fed
eral prisoner by the U. S. authorities in the Texas city.
Minnesota Arrives Home
Seattle i ne oreat iNortnern steamsnip Minnesota nrnvea here
yesterday from Japan, apparently none the worse for grounding in the
Inland Sea. She brought the greatest cargo ever carried across the
On her return voyage to the Orient she will carry steel rails for
double tracking the Siberian railway, a project which will be rushed
Mikado To Get A Bible
San, Francisco The gift of an English bible to the Mikado from
over four thousand Japanese in California members of various Chris
tain churches will be the Emperor's birthday remembrance from his
subjects in this country.
Fighting On Gallipoli
Paris Continuous heavy fighting is going on on the Gallipoli Pen
insula, between the Allies and the defending Turks, with heavy losses
on both sides.
The Allies are making steadv progress, the Moslems failing to
stand up to the punishment as in the first battles.
Heavy Artillery In West
The German offensive in Argonne has broken down
In the north and in Belgium the Germans have resumed use of
heavy artillerv with which they are pounding the Belgian and British
British Advance Imminent
London Everything indicates the early beginning of the great
British offensive against the German lines in northern France and
It is believed here that the general advance which Lord Kitchener
promised tor sometime in the Spring is about to be launched.
J. P. Morgan Shot
Glencover J. P. Morgan, head of the gieat banking house of J. P.
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