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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY OCTOBER 10. 1916
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W;H fini-diod. Hi rrili! r wt iil m
tuauk:t f Koalii and " now tnitlv
i (Continued from page 1.)
? Lihuo: R1m & I?dgs 1,:?(X).(X)
Kawailiau: Maead : Kenlia 2,-r00.(X)
nV Ilanalci: Macad: Kalihhvai-
, Ilanalci 100.00
Oiling Roads fiO.OO
,' Uds&Bdgs i,roo.oo
' ' Financial Report Nos. ISO, ISOa,
18S)aa, 18!)b for the month of Sep
tember, liJlO, were referred to Mr.
Brandt for report.
At 12 noon a recess was taken
until 1:30 P. M.
. Upon reconvening at 1 P. M.
the tender (P 13-12) of the Ilono
lulu lion Works Co., for furnishing
this County with standard galva
nized water-pipe, (lie same to lie
delivered f. o. It. Waimea wharf,
Kauai, after Itcing read by the chair
was referred to Mr. Morngne, and
later accepted upon the advice of
Petitions (P 1343) from Waimea,
Koloa, T.ihue, Kawaihauand liana
lei, respectively, asking that the
county laborers 1k paid bi-monthly
were received and after fair consid
oration given the subject matter
definite action on the same was, up
on motion of Mr. Rodrigues, sec
onded by Mr. Menefoglio, dcfenvi
until the next January, l!il, reg
ular meeting of the Board.
A verbal request from Ilon.C. A.
Rice, who was present, for permis
sion to use the County's small road
roller was granted upon motion
of Mr. McBryde, seconded by Mr.
A requisition (113 44) for supplies
and for sanitary drinking water for
the use of the Mann school was re
reived and referred to Mr. Moragm
witn power tit lurnisu the necessary
supplies and t o provide means
whereby the school could have tin
water needed, providing the ex
penses ol the latter work will no'
A requisition iri.-vl-ia) tor sup
plies lor the .Makaweli school was
approved. The request for towel
The following school requisitions
were referred to Mr. Morngne with
full power to act, viz: Lihue (I
1314b); Koloa (1314c); Kilauea
1344d); Ilanalci (Pl.'Mle); and Eh
ele (PI 344f).
A request (P1344g) for a shelte
for a machine or carriage for tin
use of the Kapahi school was re
ccivcd ami for special reasons the
same was granted.
A request (P134lh) for eight No
C new desks and one back seat for
the use of the Kalaheo school
received and placed on file.
Reports (PI 34.1) on schoool build
ings, etc., for the month of Septem
her last, from Kekaha, Waiine
Kalaheo, Koloa, Huleia, Lihue
Kauai High and (irammar, liana
niaulu, Wailua, Kapahi, Anahol
Kilauea and Ilanalci wen? receiver
and ordered placed on file.
A request (IM3I0) from Kob
Sugar Co., for the construction of
new concrete bridge across the Wil
cox Ditch at the Short-Cut. ltoai
in Koloa, was referred to Mr. Mo
rngne with power tt act.
The report (P1347)of the County
Road Supervisor for the month of
September last was received and
placed on file. It was substantially
as follows: "'Road Work In Wai
mea District oiling 2nd coat between
Kekaha and Waiawa was finished.
Right of way cleared along Mana
Road. Arrangement were made
with the plantation t o furnish
KM) car loads of sand which will be
put on the Mana road at worst
places. In Koloa District patching
of macadam roads was pretty well
finished. Cleaning of gutters start
ed dreeing applied where needed
most. Patching in I.iliuc District
was suspended fr want of crushed
rock. Dressing with a light coat
of sand and dirt was finished. Some
work on gutters in places. The new
II readv for macadam f'-r n dis
tance of 3 mill from Kenlia bridge.
The macadamizing outfit wa ready
r work earlv in the month but n
layed in starting on nciunt of
the plantation imt luing able to fur
nish a locomotive for hauling the
mck till the 2Mb when the wirk wa
tarted up in good sliaH and nlmut
'l mile of road fmii-hed today. In
Ilanalci District odd jolts along the
new macadam section were done,
some of the side mails were repair
ed. Work of repairing l.nmahai
and Wainiha bridges is going on
and Luinahai is alxnit (hushed. Oil
ing macadam along Ilanalei stream
o lie done right away. School A
new bungalow school room was built
at Kapaa and it is now occupied.
flic new teachers' en; tagc at tin-
school was completed and in-eu;i-d
y the teachers on the first day
school. Th' new desks ordered for
the various schools have arrived in
Honolulu and arc expected on Kau
ai soon. Water Works l.ids for
furnishing piix- for Kekaha water
works were advertised for to I
pencil today, ror Kalaheo l'IKX)
feet of 4" wood pipe was ordered to
be used from the spring to the dis
tributing cistern, from said cistern it
is proposed to lay 3"' pipe to con
nect with the present 2 pipe at or
near Homestead Ry. station. Tin
pipe required to W1 supplied
from the pipe replaced by the (1
wood pipe at Kapaa water works.
A 3" pipe was laid from the main
pijte to the school grounds when
it is intended to connect the hos
pital pipe. A 1" and 1" lim
was laid from the school bouse b
Mr. Hundley's place, a part of tin
expense to lie paid by Mr. Hundley.
The former l!i" pipe to school was
taken up and will be used for other
purposes. Mnce making the con
nection with the new (" pipe and
the Kapaa main 5" pipe at a 2-
feet higher elevation it is found that
all consumers all along the line and
including Wailua school have plenty
f water at all times so it is not
now necessary to lay the ndditiouti
3" pipe from Hundley's place to tin
pineapple factory as before planned
but will be needed when more con
sinners require water along the Wai
The report of the poundmaster o
Lihue for the quarter ending Sep
teniber 30, l!)l(i, was received and
approved upon the advise of Mr
Mr. Brandt, on behalf of a speci;
committee appointed to look into
the matter of setting aside a portion
of the laud near the Kapaa schoo
for a park and playground, report (
that his committee had looked into
this matter and that they recoin
mended to advise the Commission!
of Public Lands in Honolulu to use
every eiTort to have the require!
land set aside for the purposes nam
cd. The report was accepted ai
the Clerk was instructed to notify
the Commissioner of Public Land
of this action, also to suggest tothn
oflieial to reserve from the land
be hoincstcaded in Kapaa a strip of
land of about twelve (12) feet wid
for a right of way for the County
The ordinance, to be known a
Ordinance No. S, which provided
for the maintenance, management
and operation of the Samuel Mahe
lona Memoiial Hospital after a fair
consideration given it, the same,
upon motion o f Mr McBryde,
seconded by Mr. Brandt, was ap
proved and ordered published. The
law to take effect at the expiration
of thirty days from and after its
Upon motion o f Mr. Rodri
gues seconded by Mr. McBryde, each
district within the County and oth
er than Kawaihau, and until furth
er notice, was allowed to sx-nd for
road work not to exceed five hun
dred dollars per month.
Mr. Rodrigues, on behalf of one
Royal Mathews, a homesteader at
j Kapaa, asked for permission for Mr.
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i CALIFORNIA FEED CO I
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Hay, Grain and Chickkn
Sole Agents for
International Mock. Poultry Food
Mid other scria!ties. Arabic for
ciMilinif Iron Hoofs. IVtttluina In
cnlmtors and ProiHters.
Kino's Spkcial. Chick Food
P.O. ISox 452, Honolulu
Without question, the best
belt i n the world. Cut
from the back-bone portion
of oak-tanned leather and
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
II ; S J Wili-ox, Mime, K niiii. Kntn-
i(i.iy, Makiirti-li, Kiiniii. A S Wi'iox,
Millie, kuliai. M. I'.ronilipelit, Ml. lie.
k miii, s k' k ie... Mime, kiinai, A.
tr.Miie, k'-kalm. k.naii, II I I'mc,
kekali.i, kiinai, Annie K 1 1 l--ii . ki -
kniiii, kanai, I'. tiii-toml, M xii-o, J. It.
Alex ni'li-r, Seolail. I'alli' r liieliiit.li r,
M;i' K. I. S.iiiliinf. Kenlia. Kaiini,
K. ile l.M-y. M'.iin , Kmi.ii. I.. I. Tim-
ni. hi-, t.iliae, l ii'iii, I . II. y ueox, i.i
liue, knnal, It l I', tl lttle, Makaweli,
kimui, .1 II. (' niey. Mime, Kinnii, i.
X. Wilcox, Mini-, k nmi, J. II. Ar.-ii.lt,
Wuipalni, l ilm. Aj I-'. kiin.U-ii, kel;u-
iii, Kaui'i, Aiili" y l.'ol.inxon, Makinveli,
Kiiu.ii. ('. I. Ilofiiar.l, Wninn h, Kaimi,
K. M ililiini, Wniiiiea, kimai, T.
lVniii.lt , Wiiiiiie.i, kiiuiii, .1. k. Knrley,
kil. hi, kiinai, M. I. l-'.-riiiiinle, l.iln e,
Kauai, Win. P.u.for.l, K.-k.ilm, kaimi.
('. S. Pole, I.ilme, k mill, . II. Kief,
Mime, Kauai, k. ('. II -cr. Mime, k-.u-
iii, 11. Iwiiimt).', i.iiiue, ix:iiiiii, .Minn ( .
Wilcox, Mime, kauai, ('. A. Rice, l.i
Imr, kiinai, Mrn. A. S. Wilcox, Mliur,
:l. Tiiat the known don. ilioLlerx, in. 'f-
t'a'ees, nil. I oilier sei-imty lioiueri- own
ing or liol.ling I ht cent or more of
total an 0 m nt of lion.l", tnoi tayew, or
il'ier H-ruriti.-M nri-: Xolie.
4. That tlie two par-iriilin next
uliove, gi tlii" iiaii.en of I In-n ia r
stiM-kliol.l.-r.", iin.l H-.-iiiily liol.'eM. if
any, contiiiii not only tlie li-t of nlock-
liol.lers an.l siM-nrity lioi.lerf us tliey iii-
): r 1 1 ) m 1 1 the liook" of (lie eoliipany lull
also, in cases wiien- Ilie torkl.ol.ler or
Hi'i-urity holder ii.icars upon the liook.
of the coiniiiny an tniKt.-c or in any oth
er ti.luciary relatinii, the name of the
person or corporation for whoni such
trusti'c is acting, is given ; also that the
said two iaragriiihs contain t-tati ni.-iit.-
enibraciiig alliant's full know l.-.l-e un.l
befief as to the circiimMances ami eomli
tions under which stockhol.lers an.l
rarity holder, who do not ii.n:ii- o . oi
the hooks of the coiniany as tru-Hers,
hold stock and securities in a rapacity
other than that of a lioiia tide ouuer;
and this Hlliunt has no reiiMin to 'h-Hcyc
that any other person, association, or
corporation has any interest dinci or in
direct in 1 1 io mid stock, honds, or other
securities than as so stated by him.
K. ('. Hol'l-KIt,
Sworn to and sulmi-ribed heforc me
this Ilrd day of October, llMil.
k. (' AllANA
My couunisioii expires .lune )t., 1!M7
I Waimea Stables
W. W. Dimond & Co.. Ltd. j
53-61 KING STRT.ET, r.ONOI.ULU.
Newest.Coolest Hotel in rtawui
Fort Street Hoivolulu
Twenty-two tU-pant rooms
In Main Building
Tlirec Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
R. D. ISRAEL
Post Office, Kc aia
Enquire at Lihue Store
Try The New
A'o Other Tire Like It '
For All-'round Service
The New Miclictin UmvcrHit Trend
is nn im;irovom.iit on rubber nun
fckids of bjtll t'e; raise l-trc.icl and
uction-tr.ad tvr', OiiiSi inj the
sdvantagca of these earlier i.an-Uidj
AND IN ADCITION
tVi tire i--ociM"t.r.cB tl-e lor.ij life and re
siliency that b.veolwnyi liar.icter iJ
both the world-famous Miclu lin Rac
ing Ty-ve flat treaJ, and the Michciiii
iiiaca.iaiiii.-.iiin ...miii .i r.i u ui ipc I roiii t he I 'oinity s lua in sit Hat-'
I.iiiue Coiint.y staldcs and is now j cd near Mr. Mathews' homestead. I
readv to run, ."0 or () yards of, I he matter was utericd to .Mr. .Mo
rM-k will le
be ready for
crushed, to In'
Tin- out lit will
otln-r work. In
. i i t
Used ! ''K'"' 1111 "111
. ! premises.
r:'-! journed -nlj
power to act in the
grading at Analiola of the chair.
M. the meeting ad
t howcyer to the call
'ate j in? j ye I ii ireau, niiu cue uiicnciia m
This it thts A'eu Tire El cry one t"
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Up-to-date Livery, Uraying 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 THKIR DESTINATION IN THREK HOURS
F. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
We neatly pack an.l mail
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
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Now is the time for
I" Before the winter rains set in for good is the time. for
figuring on repainting all your buildings.
j W. F. Fuller's Paints
form a perfect paint protection against the ravages of Hawaii's
Send for our color cards.
I Lewers& Cooke, Ltd.
(Lumber & Building Materials 167-179 South King Street.
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 pastrv a new flakiness and digestibility.
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
1 Cake Maying
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cakes stay fresh and moist longer.
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