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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1315.
(Continued from page 1.)
Countv Lot & Building
District Courts, etc:
Waimea 4f 00
. Koloa 10.00
Kawaihau ' 4.45
Furniture & Office Supplies 51 .
Auditor 123.25 s
Cty Rd Supervisor 5.00
License Collections 17.00
Official Bond Premiums
Preservation & Imp. of
and Fixtures 14.70
Janitor Service &
Sch. Supplies 249.95
New School Bides 718.97
Repair School Houses &
Support of Prisoners
Weights & Measures
County Road Machinery 89.40
Oiling Roads 460.87
Roads &Bdgs. 1,418.51 1,879.38
Koloa: Roads & Bridges
Li hue: Roads & Bridges 866.79
Kawaihau: Roads & Bdgs 789.20
Kilauea 5.579.57 ,
Roads & Bridges 665.45 6,245.02
A demand from the Kauai Trad
ing Co. for $46.98 for bushings,
sewer pipe, etp., and another from
the same irm. for JSZ3u77J or gal?
vanized pipe, etc,, were held over
until next meeting.
The Financial Reports Nos. 174,
174a, 174aa and 174b. for the
month of September last, upon the
recommendation of Mr. Brandt,
the Finance Commitiee were ap
proved. The Financial Reports Nos. 176,
176a, 176aa and 176b, for tke
month of October just passed were
allowed to take the usual course.
Upon motion of Mr. Brandt, sec
onded by Sir. Menefoglio, the sum
of nine hundred, ninety-eight dol
lars and fifty cents $998.50 was,
by unanimous vote of the Board,
appropriated in addition to the
present appropriations for the pur
poses named below, the same to
be paid out of moneys available in
the Treasury, as follows:
Coroners Inquest $50.00
Furniture & Office'Supplies 5.00
Official Bonds Premium 13 50
Repairs Schools & Teachers'
County Law Library 10.00
County Rd. Mach. 70.00
A communication (P1252) from
K. Yanagihara. of Kilauea, dated
Oct, 28 last and addressed to Mr.
Brandt, asking him to let have as
many as might be available for the
use of a Japaneses school some old
"school desks at the kilauea and
v-r.ni an cr-lmnls. if thev could be
disposed of was received and by a
vote was referred to H. H. Brodie.
supervising principal, for necessary
A request (P1256) dated Oct.
22nd. last from Wm. H. Huddy,
Esq., District Magistrate of Hana
lei. for blotting parer and rubber
bands for the use of his court was
received and the County Sheriff
was asked to sec that this court be
furnished with the necessary sup
plies. A requisition (P1253) dated the
first inst for supplies for the Hana
lei school and for material for a
new fence for that school was re
ceived and referred to Mr. Mene
foglio for what necessary action he
may see fit in the matter.
A requisition (P 1254) dated the
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RUSSjAN VILLAGKXSET ON
Mr: oseph Marario. represent
ing Cohie Furniture Co., will ar
rive oiikauai. November 17. for
uusinesvvilli headquarters at Ua-1
namauiucare ot wr. Atuone ao- weather all the way from Hono
bnga.Jri Adv. i lulu last Tuesdav nieht and unoii
The following new books have
been added, to the L'hue Library:
The Sunnv Side of Diplomatic
Life, 1 Lindencrone.
The Frenclwn the Heart of Amer
ica, A Finlay:
South of Panama .Ross.
Blue Blood a
d Red, Corson.
Johnny Applfeeed, Atkinson.
kaweli school Was received and re
ferred to Mr Brandt with full
authority to ac
A communication dated the 9th
inst, from L. MISwartz, principal
of the Anahola Vchool, in regard
to the filing of hs report on the
condition of the school building,
etc., was leceivea and placed on
A requisition (11251) dated the
25th. ult. for a hat dozen brooms
and for colored cutains for the
use of the Huleia School was re
cei'ed and the County Sheriff was
asked to see that his school is
furnished with the needed suDplies.
A communication! from Miss
Hundley, principal cl the Kapaa
school, dated the 25th ult., thank
ing the Board for courtesies shown
for the improvement ol the school
ground water pipe syskm was re
ceived and placed on fie,
A petition (P 1257) forn Lihue
pmying for the widening of a road
leading from Nawiliwili.to Koaka-
uloko, at Nawiiiwili. wak received
and by a vote action on yhe same!
.!) rlpnrrtrl until a fntiu-p nipet- I
Reports P 1255 o rT school
buildings, etc, for October last
were received from Anahola, Ha
naniaulu. Kalaheo. Kapaal Kapa
hi, Kauai High & Grammar, Ke
kaha, Kilauea, Koloa, Kooliti, Li
hue, Makaweli. Mana, WaiHiaand
Waimea and were placed on file.
The matter of getting a site for
a pound for the Hanalei district
was brought up for the considera
tion of the Board and Mr, Mene
foglio was authorized to secure one
and report to the Board at some
future meeting, . '
The report (P 1249) of t If e
poundinaster for Lihue f'o r the
quarter ending with September
30th. last was referred to Mr.
Menefoglio for report and later
was approved upon that gentle
Mr. Brandt, after a general dis
cussion had by the Board on the
matter, moved for the printing of License now held by him to sell
a sufficient number iu book form j intoxicating liquors at Koloa Ka
of County Ordinance Nos. 5 and uai, under the provisions of Act
6; seconded by Mr. Menefoglio
and carried. ,
Upon h i s own request M r.
Brandt, by a unanimous vote of
the Board, wasjgiven authority to
order a sufficient number of school
and teachers' desks for the new
school house at Waimea.
At 12:30 P. M. the meeting was
adjourned, subject to the call ot
FIRK BY CZAR'S FORCES
Rough At Nawiiiwili
The Kinau had extremely heavv
!t0 roUR or sa'e la,"bnff so she
sengers and mail were disembark
ed. Thursday night the W. G.
Hall had much the same exper
ience, also going to Koloa.
The following arrived by
W. G Hall Friday morning:
H. M. Whitnev.J. W. Harvev.
A. J. Becker, Arthur H. Rice,
Spalding, Mrs. D. Kekaulike, Y.
Shido. Lieut. Whitener, Col. Sam
Governor Pinkham has issued
the following proclamation with
reference to Thanksgiving Day
- The President of the United
States having proclaimed the 25th
day of November of the year 1915
as a day of national thankgiving
to Almighty Providence that has
so kindly cared for, guarded aud
prospered us. I urge the people of
the Territory of Hawaii to join to
gether, with the nation, in render
ing praise and thanksgiving for the
mercies and favors granted us.
Let us, as we need, broaden our
minds, sympathies and understand
ing, and seek justice tor all that
the scales mav hang even.
While we pray for the nations
of the earth, now in desperate
struggle, let us trust to the in
scrutible ways of the Creator and
Ruler of the Universe and bow to
his decision, be it as it may.
Let the people gather in their
placts of worship and homes, and
each, as his heart and conscience
dictates, give thanks, intensify
and renew family affection and
welcome the strangtr within our
In witness whereof I have here
unto set mv hand and caused the
Great Seal of the Territory of Ha
waii to be affixed.
Done at the Capitol in Honol'ilu
this 1st day of November. A. D.
(S.) Lucius E. Pin'ku.vm,
Governor of Hawaii
By the Governor,"
(S) Wadk Wakrkn Thayek,
Secretary of Hawaii.
The Board of License Commis
sioners for the County of Kauai
will hold a meeting at the Countv
Building on "Thursday, Dec. 16,
1915. at ten o'clock A. M. to con
sider the application of J. K. Coc-
kett for a renew il of the Wholesale
119. Session laws of 1912.
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under
said application should b e filed
with the secretary of the Board
not later than the time set for said
W. D. McBrvdk,
Secretary Board of License Com-
IX THEIR RETREAT FROM
COAST MAIL STEAMERS
Sum UK us Tn
Xnv. 12 N'iiijiira
I:! Niiiin Mam
V S A T Tlintiiiis
L'li Sliinyo Mam
110 Cliiyo Mum
St k am Kim To
Nov. 12 Xiupira
U V S A T Thomas
-V Sliinyo Mam
'.hi Cliiyo Mam
Having leased the exclusive
shooting rights of the Lihue Plan
tation Co.'s lands, I hereby give
n tice, that anyone found shoot
ing on said lands, will be prose
cuted to the fullest extent of the
Paul R. Isenbero,
Nov. 7th., 1915. ' Advt.
Some very rare Japanese Gold
fish. 75? to S10.00 each. Inquire
af Fukunaga the Barber, back of
Lihu" Store, Advi.
In the Circuit Coitrt ok the
Fifth Circuit. Territory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
GUSTAV H..W. HANSEN, de
ceased. Order of notice of petition for
allowance of accounts, determina
tion of trust and distribution of
j the estate.
On reading and filing the pcti
jtion and accounts of Helen E.
i Hansen, Aciministratix of the es
tate -of Gustav H. W. Hansen, de
ceased, wherein petitioner asks to
be allowed $4,392.20 and charged
with $2,443 66, and asks that, the
same be examined and approved,
and that a final order be made of
distribution of the remaining prop
erty to the persons therto entitled
and discharging petitioner a n d
sureties from all further responsi
i liilitv herein:
It is ordered, that Fridav, the
3rd day of December A. D. 1915,
at 10 o'clock A. M. before the
Judge of said Court presiding at
Chambers at this Court rooniTn
Lihue, Kauai, be and the same
herebv is appointed the time and
place for heating said Petition and
Accounts, and that all persons in
terested mav then and there ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why the same should not be
granted, and may present evidence
as to who are entitled to the said
Dated the 20th day of October,
(Sgd.) Lyi.e A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
i Fifth Circuit.
(Sgd.) I). Wm. Dean.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
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