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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915.
(Continued from page 1.)
A few demandit irere received by
the Board and after examination
they were approved to be paid out
of the following appropriations,
Coroners Inquest $ 30.50
Expenses of Witnesses 45.00
Preservation and Insp,
of Game Birds ,
Furniture and Fixtures
Rep. sch. Houses and
Support of Prisoners
' Oiling Roads
Roads & Bridges
jlA requisition (P 1266) for a
fta.her'f desk for the Haenaschool,
upon the motion of Mr, Menefog
lio, duly seconded, was granted. -
Mr. McBryde moved that the
contract ( P 1 264) between the Ter
ritory of Hawaii and the Coumtv
of Kauai for the construction of
2790 teet of road at the Lawai
homesteads and assigned by the
parties thereto be not delivered
until after a report is received from
the County road supervisor; sec
onded by Mr. Menefoglio and car
Mr. Brandt moved to take up
consideration of an ordinance for
the seizure and impounding of es
trays, which being seconded was
carried. A copy of a draft of an or
dinance on the subject, which was
submitted to the Board on October
7th. 1914, last was read section by
section, after which, with a few
amendments, and upon motion of
Mr. McBryde, seconded by Mr.
" VmAt . tVi unu was nasseri' nrd
approved by unanimous vote.
Mr. McBryde moved to print, in
pamphlet form. 250 copies of the
ordinance for the use of the courts,
the police department and the
County of Kauai, which being sec
onded by Mr. Brandt, was carried.
The Board took up the prepara
tion of a budget of expenditures
for the next ensuing fiscal year and
at 12:30 P. M. a recess was taken
to meet again at 2 p. m.
Upon reconvening at 2 p. m.,
and upon motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded bv Mr. Braridt. the fol
lowing budget of expenses was ap
Supervisors' Mileage 700.00
Expenses of Election
Fur. and Office Supplies
Discount & Interest
Registration of Automobiles 20.00
Weights & Measures 100.00
Exp. Auditing Cty Books 200.00
Incidentals: Sheriff 1.500.00
Pay of Police:
Countv Road Supervisor:
District Courts & Jails:
J Koloa 150.00
Kawaihau 50 00
Hanaki 100 00
Fifth Circuit Court Ex
Law Books 250.00
Support of Prison-. rs
Expenses of Witnesses
County Law Library
Hospitals: Waimea 1,200.00
Lihue 1,500 00
County Lot & Building 1,000.00
Cty Bldg; Janitot Service 500.00
Lihue New Schl. Grounds 800.00
Roads & Bridges 137.000 00
The petition (P 1257) for the
.widening of the road leading from
Nawiliwili to Kaakauloko, Lihue,
was again brought up for consid
eration of the Board and upon mo
tion of Mr. Menefoglio, seconded
by Mr. Brandt, the petition was
Manuel Rapoza verballv present
ed a claim for damages done to his
automobile by a collision with a
County road machine which was
in the way, out on the Koolau
road and for loss of time and the
same was considered by the Board;
and upon the claimant's assurance
to accept an offer of $200.00 in
full for damages sustained and for
loss of time, the Board, upon mo
tion of Mr. Brandt, seconded by
Mr, Rodrigues, ordered that he
be paid this sum upon his filing a
receipt therefor. The bill for the
claim in due form was presented
Mr. Brandt moved that the chair
have the authority to approve all
the approved vouchers of the Wai
mea new school building upon
presentation, which being second
ed by Mr, Brandt was carried.
, Mr. McBryde moved that the
Countv road supervisor p u t in
strong guard rails along the beach
road at Nawiliwili; seconded and
Upon motion of Mr. Brandt,
seconded bv Mr. McBryde, the
Kauai military organization was
given pei mission to use the officer
intended for recording purposes,
temporarily, for keeping its arms,
Upon motion of Mr. Brandt,
seconded by' Mr. McBryde, the
County road supervisor was given
authority to relocate a part of the
public road lying between Kalihi
wai and the Princeville stables in
Upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
duly seconded, the County road
supervisor was authorized to grade
the road in Kapaa, Kawaihau, be
ginning from a point on the Ana-
hola side of O. Thronas' residence.
At 3:15 p. m. the meeting was
adjourned, subject to the call of
The following arrived by
W. G. Hall Friday:
J. M. Lydgate, Jr., Mrs. J.
Lydgate, Miss F. Pillar, Miss M.
Hastie, P. Rice, D. P. R. Isen
berg, F. Broadbent, K. H. Broad-
bent, Miss D. Broadbent, Miss L
Vidinha, Miss M Mailler. Kam
How, See Chang. D. McFie. Hans
Hansen, Miss E. V. Ing, Miss M
Lum, S. Deverill, Geo. Lindley,
E. Cropp, Miss A. M. Lilly, Mrs.
E. Wolff, B. D. Baldwin, J. R.
Myers. Mr. and Mis. S. K. Ka-
niaiopili, A. Kuhlmann, Geo
Ewart, Jr., Miss Akana, Chang
Kee and wife, S. Kaeo, F. Craw
ford, R. E. Hosemann, Ah Cho.ck
and 35 deck.
Wm. Opunui.of Honolulu, made
a flying visit to his old home in Li
hue last week.
The following self-explanatory!
orders have been issued:
December 13, 1915.
1. The following appointment is
announced for the information and
guidance of all concerned:
Frank C. Morrow, to be Second
Lieutenant, National Guard of Ha
waii, with rank from date hereof.
Lieutenant Morrow is assigned
to the Third Infantry, N. G. H.,
and will report in person or in writ
ing to his regimental commander
for assignment and for duty.
2. First Lieutenant William O.
Crowell, Third Infantrv, N.G.H.,
is granted a leave of absence of two
months from December 15, 1915,
with permission to viit continent
al United States.
By Order of tTie Governor:
Samukl I. Johnson.
Brigadier General, The Adjut
ant General, Chief of Staff,
December 14, 1915.
From: Assistant Adjutant Gen
eral. N. G. II.
To: Major E.H.W. Broadbent.
Subject: Detail'of Sergeant-In
1. Sergeant Hurry A. Brown,
2nd. U. S. Infantry, has been de
tailed by the Commanding General,
Hawaiian Department, as srrgeant-
instructor with the Organized Mi
litia of Hawaii. He has been as
signed to Kauai by General John
son. and will report to you for duty.
2, Sergeant Brown is to divide
his tiim as equitably as possible
between the six companies located
on Kauai. He is not only to net as
a drill sergeant, but also to assist
officers 'n'i their paper work, and
inaugurate a system of records for
each company. It is tequested that
you see that he is taken over the
territory .and brought in touch with
all company commanders as soon
3. An allowance o t per
month for Quarters for Sergeant
Brown will be made from this office.
4. As soon as possible , further
ordnance and quartermaster sup
plies for your batalion will be for
warded. At the present time the
entire local supply is exhausted,
and w are awaiting tht arrival of
consignments from the Mainland.
L. W. Redington.
Major, A. G. Dept., N."G. H.
OFFICE O F THE DEPARTMENT OF
Honolulu, Hawaii, Dec. 8, 1915.
All bills against the Department
of Public Instruction of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, incurred during
the present biennial period, begin
ning January 1, 1914, and ending
December 31, 1915, and remain
unpaid, must be forwarded to the
office of the Department of Public
Instruction, properly made out on
the regular forms not later than
January 7, 1916. to insure payment
Henry W. Kinney.
Dec. 14-21. Adv.
The Standard Oil Company has
opened uu a distributing point at
Port Allen, carrying a complete
line of all products, such as Red
Crown Gasoline, Engine Distillate,
Refined Oil, Zeroline Products,
Lubricating Oils, Stoves, Candles
etc. For further information and
prices, call up the Kauai Railway
Company at Port Allen.
COAST MAIL STEAMERS
Stkamkus To AlIKIVK.
Path Namk Fium
Dec. 21 Ti'iiyo Muni llmiiikiinn
21 Wilhehiiiuu San Francis,
24 I'hiyo Maru Sun Francisco
2( Ventura Sydney
2!l Manoa San Francim
20 Makura Vancouver
Stkamkrh To 1kiakt
Path Namr Fob
P .21 Tcnyo Maru San Francisco
21 l.urline San Francisco
24 I'hiyo Maru Hontrkoni:
2H---Ventura San Fram-inco
29 Willicliuina Sail Francisco
20 Makura Sydney
ages of Christmas Mer
chandise cheerfully sent
Christmas and New
Year Greeting Cards
in varied assortments.
HaV BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD. JjJJ
ISWt Assortol C'hocolatex ami I'xm l'mns (."ic per )Mmnil ; $1.25 IE IS
ln2l two jiouiiiIh. Milk Chocolates Site small Imix ; 1 .on II 11
larja1 liox. Xh .'liarye for postaue. la X
Kalaheo Trading Co.
M. R. JARDIN, Jr., Manager.
Notice is hsrebv given that M.
R. Jardin. lr., and Jacintho J. Mar
ques, both of Kalaheo. Kauai, did
on the 8th day of December, enter
into a co-partnership to conduct a
general merchandise business at
Kalaheo, under the firm name and
style of Kalaheo Trading Co.
Dec. 14-21, Adv.
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku nei ua
hoohui iieiiei o M. U. lardin, Jr.
ame Jacintho "J. Margues, no Kala
heo. Kauai, laua a elua, ia laua i ho
ma ka la 8 o Dekemaba nei i mau
hoahui no ka lawelawe ana i ka
oihaua kalepa ma Kalaheo malalo
o ka iuoa hui o Kalaheo Trading
The undersigned will not be res
ponsible for any debts incurred bv
my wife unless a personally writ
ten consent accompanies the order.
Loris J. Mkpkikos.
Dec. 14-21-28. Ian. 4. Advt.
I Some very rare Japanese Gold-
fish. 75" to $10.00 each. Inquire
at Fukunaga the Barbel, back of
Lihu Store. Advi.
In the Circuit Court oi thk
Fifth Circuit. Territory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Kstat'e of
(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 ou the 3d day of December,
A. D. 1915 been presented to said
Court, and a Petition for the Prob
ate thereof, and for the Inssuance
of Letters Testamentary to Isabella
Jamieson Hogg having been filed
by said Isabella Jamieson Hogg:
It is hereby ordered, that Mon
day, the 10th day of January, A
D. 1916, at 10 o'clock A. M., of
said day, 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,
Bv the Court.
(Seal) (Sgd) I). Wm. Dkax.
Dec. 7-14-21-28. Advt.
Kauai ladies visiting Honolulu
hould call ut the Fletir de I..s ,
(under Hlaisdell Hotel, first door;
in Chaplain lane) for hairdressiug ,
shampooing, manicuring and scalp
5 ply 'SPLENDID' 3-4
25 ft. Length $2.75
50 ft. LenKth $4.95
Clover Leaf "12"
W. W. Dimond & Co., Ltd.
"The Home of Houseware"
53-05 King St. Phone 4M7
YOU CAN SAVE
There is no question about
this. And a Savings account
opened with one dollar or
more will convince you that
saving is not even a hard
If you wish we will give you
a little bank for the home in
which you can put the odd
nickle or dime and so add to
the amount you should bring
to the Bank every pay day.
Interest will be paid you at 4
1-2 per cent compounded
Pocket Knives, Manicure
Sets, Carving Sets, Safety
Razors, Game Shears. Hunt
ing Knives, Flashlights.
Cabinets o f Carpenters'
Tools, Electric Tonstos,
Irons, Percolators, etc. Con
crete or Teira Cotta Urns.
Lumber & Building Materials.
LEWERS & COOKE Ltd.
The largest slock of
books in the city.
Our selection o f
will please you.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Hay, Grain and Chick kn
Sole Agents for
IiitiTiiatinuul Sim-k, Poultry Fom
hiuI otlti-r sjH'iultif. Arabic fur
t'uolinir Iron li.xiU. IVtaluma In
I'ulmtor ami Brooder.
King's Si kciau Chick Food
P. O. Box 452. Honolulu