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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 12. 1915
Wear a Nap-A-Tan Shoe
A high shoe, blucher style,
with bellows tongue and
A MILITARY MODEL
For 50c extra, you can have a pair
of them made waterproof.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
Do Your Own Vulcanizing
Save the money vulcanizing usually costs by doing
the work yourself with the
With this outfit you can make repairs the
day the trouble happens. Thus you save
your tires; you save money; you save time.
Vulcanizer works from any lamp socket.
The 15 -step rhoostat enables accurate ad
justment of temperature, a very important
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
Copyright Hut febaffnes ft MX
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu. j
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cale Maying
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of urease. They now are tasty and crisp. They
are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vegetable.
The same Crisco can be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco gives pastrv a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richnessat smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
I q ! ' f-
mules Nimtary, ono-imw
p jnvliiiii line.l like a clean China
Di.-h. It in the last word in He
All also other Hiiishcn carried
I'riivH $'1.00 tn $50.00 ami over.
Write fur particular.
I W.W.Dimond&Co.,Ltd. i
I 53-t(5 Kinc St. Honolulu g
"Perhaps the great
i r . t
est Denent or a savings
bank is the provision
for the comfort of those
dependent upon the
breadwinner. This is
something that every
true husband or father
And the time to consider it
Fleur de Lis, ladies' hairdress-
mg, shampooing, manicuring and
scalp treatment. All kinds of hair
work. Under the Blaisdell Hotel,
first door in Chaplain lane, Hono
(Continued from page 1.)
j fnl'ort iiig purposes:
! Knlaheo Vuler Votk: f
! I xpeiiht-s AiuiUittt; Dirtily
Cty. Lot & Bldg.
Dstrict Courts, etc
Exp. Auditing Cty. Books
15.00 Owing Koiids Wiiiitica
! Incidental. l.ii:e::- i.s
45 50 I'ltlJei-rioni - m
11.15 Weights & Measures 100.00
.25 I At 11,15 P. M. a recess wns tak
5 00 jen to 1:33 P. M.
61.90 Afternoon Session
100. 00 ! At 1:30 P. M the meeting was
50.00 The report LP 1235 of M. It.
50.00 Drummond, Deputv Bank Ex-
125.00 aminer, on the financial condition
100. or of the County of Kauai at the close
325.00 of business July 31st. 1915. was
received and placed on file.
Mr. Brand! moved to transfer
$200,00 from the account for jani-
lor services and school supplies to
the account for school furnitures
and fixtures, which being second
ed by Mr. Rorigues was carried.
Mr. Brandt moved to appropri-
25 58 ate tne sum 0f t5oo.OO for repairs
Preservation J Importation ! and maintenance ot school build
Of Game Birds 62.68 inir nnrl srniinrK ill e.mix t 1 .
paid out of moneys available in
the County Treasury, seconded by
Sheriff . 117.18
Treasurer 5 00
Co. Rd. Supervisor 5 00
Furniture and Fix
Janitor Service and
New Sch. Bldgs. 3,681.73
Rep. & Main. Sch.
Bldgs and Grounds 1,679.64
Support of Prisoners 319.85
Coroners Inquest 80.00
Treasury Realizations 33.45
Roads & Bridges
Roads & Bridges
Koloa: Rds & Bdgs
Lihtie: Rds & Bdgs
Kawaihau: Rds & Bdgs. 908.48
Roads & Bridges 746.85
Total $ 21,393.83
Demand No. 7036 from M. Ta-
naka, plumber at Nawiliwili. for
$65.80 for laborers' pay for work
done on the Kapaa school was re
ferred to Mr. Rodrigues for inves
tigation and report and upon the
atter's recommendation given lat
er this bill was approved.
Demand No. 6S50 from County
Treasury Kaulukou for $50.00 for
the services of an assistant during
the months of July and August
last, re-issuance of licenses, was
approved upon the motion of Mr.
Brandt and seconded by Mr. Rod
rigues. The Financial Reports Nos 173,
173a, 173aa, and 174b for August
last, were approved upon the re
commendation of Mr. Brandt. Fin
The Financial Reports Nos. 174,
174a, 174aa. and 174b, for the
month of September last took the
A communication R 175 from
the Couuty Treasurer, addressed to
Mr, McBrydc and dated the 18th
ult in re balance of countv funds
was received and placed on file.
In thk Circuit Court ok thr
Fifth Circuit. Territory
. At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
KAZO TOKUSHIMA, Deceased.
Order of notice of hearing peti
tion for allowance of accounts, final
distribution and discharge.
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Bishop Trust Company,
Limited, a n Hawaiian corpora
tion. Administrator of the estate
of Kazo Tokushima, late of Ka
paa, Kauai, deceased, wherein it
asks to be allowed the sum of
$291.40 and charges itseif with the
sum of $1052.25. and asks that
the same be examined and approv
ed, and that a final order may be
made of distribution of the prop
erty remaining in its hands to the
persons thereto entitled and dis
charging it from all further and
future liability and responsibility
under trust as such Administiator.
It is ordered that Saturday the
6th day of November 1915, at ten
o'clock A. M. before the Judge of
said Court ac the Court room of
said Court at Lihue, Kauai, afore
said, be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place I vising principal, advising the total wjth full power to act in the mat
A communication P. 12461 from 'each case
Mr. Rodrigues and carried.
Mr. Brandt moved that a bunga
low school room for the use of the
Makaweli school be built, second
ed by Mr. Rodrigues and carritd,
Upon his own request Mr. Rod
rigues was given authority to pur
chase a pipe vice, a pipe-cutter,
etc., etc.. for the use of the Ka
waihau water works," but at a cost
not to exceed $35.50, besides
A communication attached to P,
1223 was received from W. F. San
born, for the establishment of a
new pound for the district of Ha
nalei as the present one is being
used by the Princeville Plantation,
the owners, for pasture, but action
on the same was deferred until a
In regard to the quitclaim deed
from Alexander Steel to the Conn
ty of Kauai, which was signed and
acknowledged by the grantor, the
clerk was instructed to forward
the same to the Commissioner of
Public Works in Honolulu, tor his
signature and that of the Governor
approving the transfer.
A request P 1236 from K. Pti-
uki, Esq., district magistrate of
Kawaihau for supplies for the use
o f his office was received and
the sheriff was asked to see that
the necessary supplies are furnish
ed his court.
After a verbal report by Mr. Mc-
Bryde on the matter of the claim
P1222 of John Ilalaole, present
ed through C. S. Dole Esq.. and
upon the motion of Mr. Brandt,
seconded by Mr. Rodrigues, the
said claim was denied.
A petition P 12451 from Koloa
to repair, rebuild and macadamize
the road between Koloa landing
and Poipu, in Koloa, was received
and upon motion of Mr. Rodri
gues, duly seconded, the same was
A requisition P 1242 for one
barrel of lime and for two lawn
mowers for the Makaweli school
was received and itferred to Mr.
Brandt with power to furnish the
A requisition P 1241 for two
dozen brooms for the Eleele school
and another requisition TP1240for
sundry supplies for t h ? Koloa
school were referred to Mr. Mc
Brvde with full power to act in
in regard to having an extra room
built for the use of the Makaweli
school was received and placd on
Reports (P1244) on conditioni
ni s' no! buildins. etc , for the
month of September last were re-"I'-.ui
fiotn Kekaha. Makaweli,
Kauai High & Grammar School,
Hr.nainntilu, Kapaa. Koolau and
Kilauea and were placed on file.
The Board took up the consid
eration of an ordinance (to be
called Ordinance No. 6) prepared
and submitted bv the Countv At
torney, relating to the travel on
public streets, and the aligning of
motor cars or vehicles at public
landings or wharves, places o f
shows or amusements.and diminish
ing of lights. The draft was read
section by section, and changes
and corrections were made and in
serted in places. This corrected
draft was again read through, after
which, bv unanimous vote of the
Board, the ordinance was passed
and approved, upon the motion of
Mr. Brandt, seconded by Mr. Rod
rigues. Two (2) demands from J, Miya
saki each for $650.00 for breaking
stones for the macadamizing work
at Kilauea were deferred for action
until the next meeting.
Upon motion o f Mr. Brandt,
seconded by Mr. Rodrigues, the
acting chairman was given full
power to make necessary arrange
ments with the banks in regard to
paying the countv warrants.
Upon motion o f Mr. Brandt,
duly seconded, each of the districts
in the Countv (of Kauai) was al
lowed for road work for the next
ensuing month the sum of eight
At 3:30 p. m. the meeting ad
journed, subject to the call of the
Boys Here Next Year
Savs the Honolulu Advertiser:
Kauai will le Mie next site of
tl.e Y. M, C. A. bus' summer
camp, lli'iialei l.tv having been
teitcte'd. Charits 1'. Loumis, boys'
secretary announced, this yester
day, stating that the site was ideal
for the purpose, affording sea-bath
ing, river boating and mountain
climbing, and he hooes as many
boys as possible will make the trip.
The plans of the boy's department
include Christmas in the olcano
country on Hawaii and Maui for
the Easter holidays.
Mr. Silva's Guests
Treasurer J. I. Silva, of the Ka
uai Chamber of Commerce, had a
party of friends from the other is
lands during the Civic Convention,
entertaining them a t his Eleele
home. His house guests included
A. M Cabrinha and wife and J.
G Serrao, of Hilo, and Joseph
Medeiros. of the Ideal Clothing
Store, Honolulu. In the two days
of their stay Mr. and Mrs. Silva
took them all ovei the south side
of the island, from the ' Barking
Sands to Hanalei.
E. Allen Creevey, Vocational In-
A requisition PI 237 J for sundry
structor, dated the 2nd. inst, and supplies for the use of the Lihue
addressed to II. H. Brodie, super-1 School was refened to the Sheriff
for healing said petition and ac
counts, and that all persons inter
ested may then and there appear
and show cause, if any they have,
why the same should not be grant
ed, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled to said prop
erty. Dated, Lihue. Kauai, .T. 11.,
Sept. 28th. 1915.
(Sgd.) Lvle A. Dickey,
judge of the Circuit Couit of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm, Dean,
i Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
1 Oct. 5-12-19-26. Advt.
cost ot putting in the necessary
changes in the school cottages at
Hanapepe. was received and by a
The following arrived by
Kinau Wednesday morning:
Mrs. J. D. Hopkins. Mrs. G.
Hansen, W. L. Eaton, J. Lynch,
Mrs. R. L. Wilcox. W. H. Rice,
Mt. J. Jones. Max Blum, A. Gar
tenberg, E. H. Broadbent, Bruse
Carlwright, Luke Chuck, J. Gon
vera, E. K. C. Yap. Mrs. C. Hud
dy. Iwamoto. F. R. Esman, Hee
Fat, G. N. Wilcox, Mrs Sanborn
and 3 children, C. A. Franz, F.
Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Bole, Mrs.
II. S. Truscott, child, and maid,
Dr. and Mrs. Hope, Mr. and Mrs.
D. B. Baldwin, A. R. Bisho. A.
Vierra, Joe Melin, R. Nakayama.
New Deeds Filed
Four other requisitions were re
ceived and were referred to Mr.
vote Mr. Creevev was authorized , Rodrigues with full power to act
to make the necessary changes in jn each case, and these were as
the school cottage. ! follows: Wailua school P1247
After a suggestion from E. Allen ' for permission to employ a man to'
PrWKFV nH nnmi mnlinn of f. i t;r tinloa far nn Arhnr Dav ! The following deedS Of
Brandt'.' seconded by Mr. RodriKapaa school P1238 for three cvcef in H
gues, Mr. Creevey was authorized . dozen brooms; Kapani scnooi 'vr(juiu:
to purchase the necessary material , 1248) for material for a shelf and j JOHN T. BAKER tc Chas. A.
for the buildincr of a kitchen for ! a ladder: and Anahola school (P.Rice; R P 3406, Waioo, Wailu-t.
purposes of the
of Mr. Brandt,
1239) for sundry supplies. ! K"ua?V7- V " V
a . .umi trnm 1 JOHN LO LLL to Kauai hiec-
A connnun.cat.on (P1243) trom Cq uj .. jn
Miss Etta K. Lee, principal of the J & go44 & R p 7987 K , . , ,fi
seconded by Mr. Rodrigues, the Makaweli school, and another from Kalaheo, Koloa, Kauai. Oct. 3,
sum of $537.92 was appropriated as' Mr. Brodie, supervising principal, 1915. $500.