Newspaper Page Text
THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1)15.
SNAG IN THE WAY
(Continued from page 1.)
The Legislature appropriated
$62,000.00 for new buildings, for
the County of Kauai, for the bien
nial period beginning January 1,
1916.- This money will be avail
able in quarterly installments, one
for each six months' period of the
biennial period, and the taxes col
lected during each of these pe
riods will furnish such quarterly
BDDrnnrintinna Tn ,..-A
for the six months from Januaiy I
1 to June 30. 1916, the $15,500.00 !
collected in taxes, during Mav. for
the new buildings will be available.
For the six months from July 1 to
December 31, 1916. the $15,500.00
collected for new buildings, during
November, will be available, and
so forth. As you will see, it will
take almost three installments to
secure the money for the new
building at Lihue. so that at this
rate the full appropriation will not
be available until sometime during
the first six months of the vear
1917. The result is that your
school finds itself in the same si
tuation as did that at Waimea dur
ing the present biennial period,
wbich, having by tar the largest
appropriation on the slanid of
Kauai, was forced to wait until
the very last before it became
"Now, I do not see how the
Legislature could have gotten
around tkis difficulty, as it could
not make money available more
quickly than it was collected, but
I think that the Supervisors may
be able to cut the knot by taking
advantage of the statute which pro
vides that certain Counties, in
cluding Kauai, may advance from
the general fund money for school
purposes, which can be replaced
later on by school fund money
when the same becomes available.
"The Lihue school plant will,
of course, benefit immensely from
the acquisition of new quarters and
1 sincerely hope that some plan.
such ns the one I have suggested,
can be carried out.
"It is possible that I may be on
Kauai during December, though 1
am not sure. In case I do come,
I shall certainlylake-ad vantage of
the apportunity to discuss this
matter with you as well as plans
for the construction of the build
ing. "I am afraid that tlie point I
mention may not have entered
your mind and that it may prove
a disappointment to you. How
ever, it is best to be forewarned in!
time and I trust that you will ad
vise me at! to whether you think it
likely that the advance can be se
cured from the general fund.
Yours very respectfully,
Henry V. Kinney,
Superintendent, Public Instruc-j
Damages For Beating
In the case of Sasabe vs. h
See, a suit for $200 damages, tried
in Judge Hofgaard's court at Wai
mea yesterday, the complaint was
awarded the sum of $75, This
suit grew out of an assault and
Chamber Of Commerce
Wall Nichols Co. Ltd., of Ho
nolulu, have now after making ex
tensive alterations the largest Toy
Department on the Islands and the
largest Stock of Holiday Goods.
Also Books and Xmas Cards. Any
orders placed with them will be
shipped postage or frejght prepaid,
"Wall Nichols Co. Ltd.." Hono
A regular meeting of the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce will be held
in Lihue on Thursday o f next
week, December 16, at 3 p. m.
The new jury commissioners ap
pointed by Judge L. A. Dickey
for the year 1916 are: J. M. Lvd
gate, Republican, Lihue; Frank
Cox, Democrat, Waimea.
Mr. Bush 111
John Bush, principal of the Ko
loa school, has been quite indis
posed of late. Supervising Prin
cipal Brodie substituted for him in
the school a part of last week.
The following arrived by the W .
G. Hall Friday morning:
L. D. Timmons, H. F. Wheeler,
C. Bumke, Thos. O'Brien, C, W.
Smith, Miss Pepper, Mrs. H. Aki,
R. Owen. D. Leith, Chang Lee,
Mrs. W. Uahara.
Ln thb Circuit Coitrt of the
Fifth Circuit. Territory
, of Hawaii. '
.At Chambers Jn Probate.
In the matter of the Estate o
John Ashton Hogg, deceased,
Order for notice of hearing peti
tion for probate of will.
A document purporting to be
the Last Will and Testament of
John Ashton Hogg, deceased, hav
ing on the 3d dav of December,
A. D. 1915 bet" in suited to said
Court, and a Pelition for the Prob
ate thereot, and for the lussuance
of Letters Testamentary to Isabella
Jamieson Hogg having been filed
by said Isabella Jamieson Hogg:
It is herebv ordered, that Mon
day, the 10th day of January, A.
D. 1916, at 10 o'clock A.. M., of
said dav. at the Court room of
said Court, at Lihue. County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, be
and the same hereby is appointed
the time and place for proving said
Will and hearing said application.
Dated at Lihue, County of Kau
ai, Territory of Hawaii, Dec. 6,
By the Court.
(Seal) (Sgd) D. Wm. Dean.
Dec. 7 14-21-28. Advt.
' ' l i - ii
HUH iiii3 gjg
Best Assortment of
Christmas Goods on
Immense Stock of Imported
Toys and Tree Decorations,
E L E E L E
DIRECT IMPORTATIONS FROM JAPAN AT MODERATE PRICES
Embroidered Scarfs, Kimonos and Kimono Jackets of the Beau
tiful Habutai Brocades.
AND KABE CREPES
Silk Novelties, Frames, Pincushions, Work Baskets, Etc.
CHOICE LAQUER WARE
Trays, Handkerchief and Glove Boxes, Tea Tables, Taborettes,
BRASS AND PORCELAIN
Vases and Jardiniers, Tea and Coffee Sets.
Splendid Selections of Curios, Jewelry and Novelties.
From the Celebrated McKee factories of Pennsylvania.
Our Holiday Stocks are now
We offer you the result of years
of buying and looking around
for Christmas Goods
Remember --The First selections
are always the most
WORKMEN'S COMP E N S A
Notice is hereby given that on
and after the 15th. day of Decem
ber, 1915. the penalties provided
in the Work men's Compensation
Act (Act 221 S. L. 1915) will be
enforced on all em plovers carrving
on a business, trade, profession or
any other occupation for the sake
of pecuniary gain in the County
of Kauai, who have failed to pro
vide securitv, t have not other
wise coiil.'H iiK-l ' t o the require
ments of said Workmen's Com
Industrial Accident Board. Ka
uai. . By its chairman,
L. D. Timmons.
J. M. Lydgatk,
Nov. 16-23 30. Dec. 7-14.
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Box 524
Fleur de Lis, ladies' hairdress
ing, shampooii g, manicuring and
scalp treatment. All kinxis of hair
work. Under the Itlaisdell Hotel,
first door in Chaplain lane, Hono
YOU will uluny renieinher your trip
THE AMEHTCAX CONTINENT
If you travel via
The Weenie Line of the World
Feather liiver Canyon uixl the
Denver & Rio Grande
. Western Pacific
KJtKI I.. WAI.DUOX, LTD., AjjentH
Seven Passenger Cadillac
Day and Night Service
Phone 225 L
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Honolulu Iron Wks.
HONOLULU AND HILO
We carry all the best grades
of paper, stationery, and of
We will give your mail or
der the same care and prompt
attention that you would re
ceive in person.
Drop us a line.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
The undersigned having been
appointed administrator for the
vestate of Nellie Spitz, deceased,
all persons are hereby notified hav
ing anv claim against said estate
to file the same within six months
properly authenticated, o r thev
shall be forever barred, and all
those indebted to said estate to
make immediate payment to the
undersigned at Navviliwili, Kf.uai.
C. W. Spitz.