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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY AUGUST, 8, 1916
(Continued from page 1)
llanalei: Maead: Kalihiwai
Road; & Bridges (U7.10
Mr. MoBrydi' moved tlie appro
priation of twelve thousand, three
hundred and one dollars and fifteen
rents 301 .!")) as additional ap
propriations for the purposes named
below, the same to be paid out of
moneys available in the Treasury,
.Sun Mahelona Hospital ."MUX)
l'ublie Celebration 4.Sfi.(X)
WnterWorks: Kawaihau '200.00
Maead: Kukuiolono 1.400.00
Bonds & Bridges: Koloa 1,000.00
do Lihue i(X).(X)
Maead: Kealia rX).(X
do Papaa-Moloaa 104. ol
Boads Bridges: Kawaihau 700.(X)
Maead: Kalihiwai-llanalei (i,(K)0.(X)
Boads Ar Bridges: llanalei oOO.OO
Oiling Roads: Lihue 10.04
In aeeordanee with a request from
W. V. Sanborn, manager of the
Brineeyille Blantation Co., Ltd.,
Mr. Mellryde moved to maeadami.e
the old road mauka of tlie llanalei
bridge to Kikiula, tlie expense to
b e dividel equally lietween the
l'r'meeville Plantation and the Coun
ty. After general diseussion of tlie
matter, aetion to be taken thereon
was deferred until the afternoon.
Finaneial Reports Xos. 184. lS4a.
I84aa and 1KB.; IKo, I8:.a. lK.'.aa
and IK.".), for the montlis of May
and .luiif were approved upon the
recommendation of Mr. MeBryde.
Financial reports Xos. lsti, lsfia.
lsGaa and ISC.b for the month of
July were referred to Mr. McBrvde
A communication dated July IStth,
15)10, from Mr. B. (i, Bivenburgh,
Commissioner of l'ublie Bands, ask
nig to o(! iurmsneu wnn data re-
guruing land to he given in ex
. . i . -i
change by Lilia Kkekela for a gov
j 1 11. ii
eminent oeacn lot at anain.ia was
received. The clerk informed the
Board that he will forward the title
deeds of Lilia T'kekelu to the Com
missioner a.s soon as they can be
gotten from the owner.
.nr. .uoragiie, m rcgaru to a
claim of SoO.OO of the MeBryde
Sugar Co. Ltd., of Wahiawa, for
harvesting cane due to lire in
the Kleele field of that plantation
started by the County road engine
on June "JOtli. last, asked for furth
er time to reix.rt; allowed.
Mr. MeBryde moved that tin
County road engineer investigate
into and report on the matter of a
claim by A. J. Caldeira for cane
damaged by tire caused through the
negligence or the lountv la I xirei
at Kalaheo Homesteads.
A requisition from John Bush,
principal, (IM33K), for supplies for
the Koloa school was received and
referred to Mr. Moragne with full
power to act.
A communication dated July Kth.
15)10, from V. L. Stevenson
amongst other things, offering t
receive suggestions regarding mat
ters to be discussed at the next Civil
Convention o4)e held in Hilo Sep
tember 21 -2-, (15J10), was receivi
A communication dated Julv 20
15)10, from B. (!. Bivenburgh, Com
! e I i r i ii
missioner oi ruuuc Lands, address.
ed to the chairman of the Board
asking the County to signify iU
-..:n . 1 . . . " . !
iiniinner-s to release a certain lines
of land at Mailehuna, Kapaa, for
school purposes, also the replv o
the chairman to the same unde
date of July -J'.tth, 15)10, were re
reived and tiled.
Ill the matter of money due F
K. Richardson, contractor, to wit
lor 11, HX) leet ot wool
stave pipe, the Board, upon motion
of Mr. MeBryde, voted to pay to
ward- the contract $1,000.00, th
balance to be retained to offset tilt
County'-; claim for damaged pijM'
At 1 M. a recess was taken until
1 ::; p. in.
Tlie lueetilig was resumed ;
1 :30 p. M.
The contract dated Julv 1, 1!)1(
between Kauai Coiinlv and Thromas
L. Andrews for constructing
teacher's cottage at Lihue aecordin
to plans and specifications was
handed over to the County road su
pervisor with instructions to see
that the same is signed by the eon
tractor. The matter of macadamizing the
road from llanalei bridge to Kiki
ula was again brought up, and as
there was no second to the motion
made at the morning's session the
chair ruled the motion lost.
The report (!' 13351) of the Coun
ty road supervisor for the month of
July, 15)10, was received and filed.
This in substance as follows:
Boad Work: First oiling of the
road between Kekahn and Waiawa
was finished last week; the second
coat will follow. Painting of Wai-
niea bridge was finished. llana-
pepe Valley road is being repaired.
In Koloa District: The small
macadamizing outfit went to work
on the Kukuiolono road in June
mid fair progress is now being made.
The Lawai homestead road contract
is nearly completed. The macadam
road from Koloa to Lihue District
line was patched when' needed.
In Lihue District: The gutters
along the main roads were deepen
ed and widened where needed. The
turn around Lihue school and the
road on towards the mill was widen-
d. Oiling of Wailua bridge finish
ed in June. Xawiliwili-Lihue grade
on lower half was also widened and
at same place; the point halfway up
the grade is now being cut back and
the turn improved.
In Kawaihau: Work of raising
the road across the flat at Anahola
chool was aln.ut half done, Sxl'2
culvert at same place, paving and
abutments half done. Stone break
ing for Kealia macadam started in
latter part of June is now going on.
Grading at Anahola was suspended
in order tnat tlie teams migiit lie
used in grading hospital site at Ka
paa which work is now about half
In llanalei District: Macadamiz
ing between Kalihiwai and Prince
ville made fair progress considering
the rainv weather. A gap of alut
S of a mile now remains to be donr
ami if the weather permits it will
be completed by Aug. loth, and
the outfit will be moved to Kealia.
Grading for the alx.ve macadam to
e finished this week.
Water Works; The 14,0(X) feet
of 0'' redwood pipe for Kapaa water
works arrived at fort Allen and is
now being hauled and laid. About
'l of the line is now laid.
Schools: The n e w bungalow
schoolroom at Makaweli school v.
finished and the one at Kalahei
started; both of which are contract
ed to C. B. Ilofgaard for o7oeach
The bungalow school room at Ki
lauea is finished. At Koolau a new
o.OOO gal. tank and new gutter
were installed; the old Koolau tank
was set up at Kilauea; all necessary
painting and repairing was done at
Koolau, Kilauea and llanalei. At
llanalei a new IIOOO gal. tank is hi
ing installed. Painting i s being
done at Kekaha, Kalaheo ond Wai-
mea and painting and small repair?
at other schools will follow. Tin
teachers cottage at High School
which was contracted to Mr. An
drews is under way. 300 new desk?
were ordered for the three new bun
galows, including extras for Higl
School and Ilanamaulu."
A petition (I 1340) from Keka
ha for water privileges was receive!
and filed and in connection with it
Mr. Moragne reported progress on
the matter of .putting in water
works at Kekaha but asked for fur
ther time for his final report, which
was allowed. Mr. Moragne, how
ever, was authorized, by vote, to
call bids for the necessary pipe for
these water-works after the Board
of Health approves tin- use of diti
water by the villagers and after he
obtains permission to take the wate
and lay the pipe over the planta
I pon motion of Mr. Menefoglio
second by Rodrigues, it was di
elded tliat tlie (ountv pay tX'JoO.OO
towards the macadamizing of about
KKH) feet road above llanalei bridge
provided that the mad always In
kept open for public use, and the
Princeville Plantation pays all ha
anee of eoMs,
At 3 P. M. the nieetui" was ad
journcd but subject to the call of
Mortgagee's Notice of
Foreclosure and Sale
Xotice is hereby given that in
accordance with law and the power
of sale contained in the mortgage
made by Christina Gomes to W.
A. Kinney, dated May 21, 15)12,
recorded in the Registry office in
Honolulu, T. 1L. in Liber 3'.5),
pages IKS. 15)1, and by said W. A.
Kinney assigned to the undersigned
Alexander & Baldwin, Limited, by
assignment dated December 15), 15(14,
recorded in Liber 241, page 107,
t h e said Alexander iv. Baldwin,
Limited, intends now to foreclose
said mortgage for failure to pay the
interest accrued on the mortgage in
debtedness since May 1, 15)15.
Xotice is also hereby given that
the lands and premises in said mort
gage and hereinafter deseribed will
lie sold in foreclosure by the under
signed at public auction, at the Post
Oilier at Homestead, Kalaheo, Is
land of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
on Saturday, the !th day of Sep
tember, 15)10, at the hour of 12 o'
lock noon of said day.
The mortgaged property to le
old is the following: ' All that cer
tain piece of land within the Ahu-
puaa of Kalaheo, Island of Kauai,
1 II. , granted by the Territory of
Hawaii to the said Mortgagor by
Land Patent Number ou(.", Lot No.
S, Beg. Map Xo. 2378, Sixth Land
District, and containing about Ten
and 02-100 Acres, with the improve
ments thereon, and appurtenances
Terms: Cash in U. S. gold coin;
10 payable at time of sale and
balance on delivery of deed. Deed
at expense of purchaser. For furth
r particulars apply to W I). Me
Bryde (postollice address Home
tead, Kauai), or to the undersign
ed at Honolulu.
Dated, July 31st. 15)10.
Ai.kxasi.kk & Baldwin, Limited,
By J. R. Galt, Second Vice-Presi-
By J Watkiuioi sk,
Treasurer Assignee of Mortgagee
Xotice is hereby given that com
nieneing August 12 the ordinary
.ii nl registered mails will close at
tlie inline postollice at 1 p. m. on
Tuesdays and Saturdays in place o
at 4:30 p. m. as heretofore.
Lihue, August 1, 15)10.
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF THE
COUNTY OF KAUAI.
J. M. Lydgate, of Lihue, Kauai
has this day been commissioned to
serve as Deputy Assessor of the
Fourth Taxation Division, during
my absence from the Territory.
J. K. Fahlkv,
Assessor 4th Division
C. J. McCauthy,
Treasurer, Territory of Hawaii
The undersigned having been thi
day duly appointed Administrator
of the Kstate of Margaret Punohu
Akina (w) late of Wai a, Kauai
deceased intestate notice is hereby
given to all persons having claims
against said estate to present them
whether secured by mortgage or
otherwise, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers, if any exist
to the undersigned at his residence
i n i- . ...
at amiea, jvuuai, within six
months from the 25th day of July
15)10, when this notice will appear
for the first time in the Garden I
land newspaper of Lihue, Kauai, or
they will be forever barred; and all
persons indebed to said estate are
hereby requested to make imiiu
diate payment to the undersigned
Lihue, Kauai, July 20th, 15)10.
JosKi'ii A. Akina,
Administrator, Kstate of Margart
25, Aug. 1-8-15.
Ring up 444
and order a case of
(a real grape drink)
Lihue Ice Co.
NOTICE OF MORTGAGEE
OF INTENTION TO FORE
CLOSE AND OF SALE.
Xotice is hereby given that, under
the power of sale contained m the
following mortgage, and additional
(1) That certain mortgage given
by K. Yukoyama and S. Mornnoto,
to the Kauai Trading Company, by
instrument dated the 31st day of
January, 15)10, of record m the of-
fice of the Begistrar of Conveyances
at Honolulu, in Liber 441, on pages
(2) That certain additional
charge given by said K. Yukoyama
and S. MorimototoTheo. II. Davies
it Co., Ltd., an Hawaiian corpora
tion, carrying on business at Koloa,
sland of Kauai, Territory of Ha-
wan, under ti.e nai.ic oi i.au.i
Tradi.i!' Comraav, of r. eerd in tlie
office of ki id rrpstrarof Conveyan
ces in Liber 137, on pages 351-353.
The .-aid Thro. H. Davies & Co.,
Ltd., carrying on business at Koloa,
under the name of Kauai Trading
Company as aforesaid, the owner
and holder of the above mentioned
mortgage and additional charge,
intends to forclose said mortgage
and additional charge, and sell the
mortgaged property therein named,
iceause of the failure of the said
mortgagors to pay to said Kauai
Trading Company, the sum of ONL
THOL'SAXD FIFTY ($1050.00)
DOLLARS, on or before the 24th
lay of June, 15)10, as required by
the terms of said mortgage and ad
The above mentioned mortgage
was ,iven to secure tlie payment ot
the joint and several promissory
note of said Yukovania and S.Mori
moto for OXF. THOUSAND ($1000.
00) DOLLARS dated January 31,
15)10. payable to said Kauai Trad
ing Company on January 31, 15)17,
bearing interest at the rate of b'
per annum, a: id executed by said
K. lukoyama ar.d P. Monnie'.o.
The above mentioned additional
charge was given to secure the pay
ment of further loans and advances
aggregating the sum of OXK THOU
SAND (81000.00) DOLLARS made
by said Kauai Trading Company to
said K. Yukoyama and S. Mori-
moto as set forth in said additional
charge and to secure the payment
of the further loans and advances
aggregating the s u in of FIVE
HUNDRED (8500.) DOLLARS
made by said Kauai Trading Com
pany to said K. Yukoyama and S
Morimoto as set forth in said addi
On tlie above mentioned promis
sory note and further loans and ad
vances, after deducting all payments
and credits made thereon, there re
mains due and unpaid on account
of principal and interest up to and
including the 20th day of Julv,
15)10, the sum of TWENTY ONE
HUNDRED (82100.) DOLLARS.
Notice is likewise given that after
tlie expiration oi tmrty (iiu) days
from the date of first publication of
this notice, towit, on the 24 day of
August, 15)10, at twelve o'clock
noon of said day, said mortgaged
property, for the reason above said,
will be sold at public auction at the
Store of the Kauai 1 railing Co. at
Koloa, Island of Kauai.
Terms of sale Cash.
Instruments of sale at expense of
For further particulars apply to
II. Gorman, Manager of the Kauai
Trading Company at Koloa, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated at Koloa, T. II., this 25th
day of July, 15)10.
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO., LTD.,
Carrying on business at Koloa,
County of Kauai, under name of
Kauai Trading Company, the above
DESCRIPTION OF PROPERTY
TO BE SOLD.
15,5)33 lbs. paddy
3 only plows.
2 jacks for raising weights,
5) horse collars,
5) prs. harness
5 garden hose,
2 old saddles
3 pc. new rope
1 pkge. fish line
1 roll floor matting (new)
10 bags bran
24 bags fertilizer,
5 bags barley
1 large scale
2 old bridles
2 Hawaiian mules
3 Hawaiian mares and 4 horses
4 Hawaiian colts
1 rice threshing machine
1 lot oi second liand rice sieves
1 lot of second hand rice baskets
Sundry pieces leather and leatl
Lot of second hand tools
2 tlat iH.ttom boats.
July 25, Aug. 1-S.
nr. una Airs. r. i.. runnan en
tertained a large party of Lihue
I friends at dinner Thursday eveii-'ing.
American -Marsh Pumps
Boilor Feed Pumps
Hydraulic Pressure Pumps
Automatic Feed Pumps
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
F. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
Our Paint is Good Insurance
Good Paint is insurance against
decay, which is always costly.
Wet weather assists decay, so
never leave a wood surface un
protected. Protect with some
color of W. P. Fuller & Co's
Pure Prepared Paint. Send
for color card, etc.
Lewers& Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Building Material
For Frying-For Shortening
For Cake Maying
There is no smoke nor odor. Fried foods are free from
the taste of grease. 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 pastry a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco gives richness at smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
it i milt it
is wrapped to
insure delivery to
you in a sanit
and to retain
Made in the clean
est most sanitary fact
ory in the world.
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