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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. JULY 13. 1915.
Price $3.50 each.
The feature of the modern hy
LIGHT, BRIGHT, EVERLAST
ING Cannot Chip, Ruit, nor
Taint the Food.
Costs no more than other makes
AVe invite your inspection of the
"l'ride of the Kitchen."
35-H5 King St. Honolulu
Have Good Feet
No matter what style of
shoe you choose, the very
fact that it is a REGAL
insures that it will be
Fitted by the .
REGAL SHOE STORE
(Continued from p ge 1.)
The reports of the Poutidniaster
for Lihue (P 120.O for the quarter
ending with June 30th last, and
those from the Poundm aster for
Kawaihau respectively for the
quarters eudine with March 31st.
P 1201 and June 30th 1 ast P 12
02 were referred to Mr. Menefog
lio fot report and latter on approv
ed upon the lecommendation o'
A petition (P 1204) from Countv
Treasurer Kaulukou for permission
to engage a temporary clerk was
received and after caretul considera
tion of the matter the request was
A communication (attached to P
967) under dale of the 2nd inst,
from E. H. Paris of E. O. Hall ft
Son, Ltd., of Honolulu, asking- to
renew the offer- of that house to
import for this County at exact
cost such game birds as may be re
quired and desirable in rc-stockingj
local supply was referrtd to Mr.
McBryde for renort.
A petition (P 1205) from D.
Prigge to add an additional room
to the teachers cottage of the Ka
paa School now occupied by him
was referrtd to J. H. Moragne
with power to act in the premises.
A requisition (P1206) from Mis.
Chamberlain for repairs to be given
the Kilauea school was also receiv!
ed and the same was referred to J,
H. Moragne with power to act.
Hanalei - 30.00
Circuit Court, 5ih Circuit' 2,500.00
Law Books ' do do 250.00
Suppott of Prisoners 2.700.00
Countv Jail 3,0f0 00
Expenses of Witnesses 350 00
Lihue Schl new grounds 1,500.00
County Road Machinery 500.00
Macadamizing: Kilauea 29,000.00
do Huleia, Lihue 3,000.00
Roads & Bridges:
Niihau 500 00
Upon a report from Mr. Wish
nrd, committee, on the matter of
acquiring an extra piece of land
for the use ef the Waimea school.
Mr. Brandt moved that the chair
communicate With the Commis
sioner of Public Lands and imluce
'the latter to make arrangements
with' the Waimea Sugar Plantation
at Waimea so that in the end this
Countv mav obtain a suitable
I piece of land for school purposes
I . TTT ' . . 1 J 1 X . r
Four bids for furnishing this at a.mea;
County with a quantity of ' single ' and carried.
seat desks, e'.c, to 'delivered f. Von a verbal re(l,,est of J 1L
... . . Mrtrne ne. Comitv Road Snnervisnr.
o. o. at rort Alien were received.
"Go to the ant, thou
sluggard; consider her
ways and be wise;
which having no guide,
overseer or ruler, pro-
videth her meat in the
summer, and gathereth
her food in the har
vest." -The Bible.
Which, being translated, means:
from the following concerns, viz:
1 he was granted a leave of absence
from the Countv for three months
At 12 o'clock noon the meeting
was adjourned, subject to the call
of the chair.
One from The Hawaiian News
Co., Ltd . of Honolulu (1207.
One from the Office Supply Co.,
Ltd . of Honolulu (P 1208.
Two from Wall Nicholas Co.,
a a 1 r tt i .. t m oa"
A-,;u. aisu ui nuuuimu u uuv i m f 1 1 A
and were referred to J. H. Moragne' raSSeilgerS M AMI UUI
for report and advice. The bid of j -
the Office Supply Co., Ltd., wasj The following sailed in the W.
accepted later as being the lowest, 1 G. Hall last Tuesday afternoon
upon the advice of Mr. Moragne. ( for Honolulu: Mr. and Mrs. H.
Upon motion of Mr McBryde, j Morgrn, Mrs. E. Thornton, N.J.
seconded by Mr. Brandt, the sum j Spaulding, J. S. Carstairs, A, L.
of Ninety six thousand, six hun-j Bushnell, J. Hoogs, S. I. Shaw,
dred and forty dollars ($96,640.00) ! F. Kalbaum, Father Herman, and
was appropriated for the uses and! 13 deck.
purposes named below for 'the next
ensuing six months to be paid out
of moneys available in the Treas
Expenses of Election
j J J
J Jt J
DICK OLIVER, Manager
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
The following arrived by tha Ki
nau Wednesday morning:
J. M. Lvdgate, J. M. Lvdgate,
Jr., P. Lvdgate. Mr. and Mrs. A.
275.00 ; Horner, Miss M. Kanahele, Mrs.
Kipe Mauna, Miss Ebeling II.
Bucholtz, Mr. and Mrs. E. C.
110.00 Merrill Miss P. Merrill. Mr. and
500.00 Mrs. Brennam, Miss M. Brennam,
240.00 'ss Charman, Mrs. D. Makue,
50.00 'Miss V. Hoe, P. Fitzgibbons. W.
100.00 Rse. Miss Kealoha, W. Hook,
250.00 Tung Fai. K. Shirai, Mr. and
50 00 r9' Bertram, Mrs. C. H.
Cooke, Miss D. Cooke, Miss M.
250.00 Cooke. Miss A. Cooke. Miss K.
Registration Automobiles 15.00 1 Waterhouse, Miss D. Majiikoa,
Discount & Interest 150.00 ! Mr G. W. Mahikoa, MissTasastz,
Miss D. Grote, Miss H. Deinert,
Furniture & Office Supplies 150 00
Incidentals, Sheriff 800.00
Pay of Poliee:
Koloa 840 00
C roners Inquest 600.00
Mrs. F. Dienert, L. Faye, Miss R
Shaw, Miss C. Chandler, Miss S.
Choi, Miss L. Young, G. Aloiau.
K. Dansen. J. K. Kula, Miss A.
Pascol. C. Lnm Yum, J. Lum
The following arrived by the W.
G. Hall Friday morning: A. L. C.
Atkinson, Ben Vickers, J. A.
I Hogg. C. B. Ripley, I. Kalbaum.
Salary Cty Rd Supervisor 1,350.00 Miss L. Naea, Miss II. Avau, Mi: s
Incidentals Cty Rd 725.00 E. M. Damon, Miss Agnes Miya-
Distnct Courts & Jails: moto, Mrs. A. K. Akana and child,
Waimea 250.00 Mr. Akana, K. Matsumoto.
A Good Steak or
a Nice Roast
is what you want for dinner
one that is rich, juicy and tender,
with plenty of flavor
We can supply you with this kind of
beef, and the price is very low considering
Juicy, young and tender has a de
licious flavor peculiar to itself
Just ask us over the 'phone what
you ought to have for dinner and
we'll suggest something that you
Our meats are properly iced before selling
Everything is kept
R f) m
E MEAT MARKET
All the Big
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
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If you attend any of the
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Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
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