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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, AUG 12, 1919
A Portable Outfit for
Type A 24-in. x 12-in.
Thin machine i mounted on
a truck Can be cosily haul
ed about requires 20 HJ
to drive it can be belted to
any traction engine of sufli
eicnt power. Capable of re
ducing from one to two tons
of limestone per hour.
Write us for information
Catton, Neill & Co., Ltd.
Queen and Alaken Sts.
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday. Wednesday and Friday.
i Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
4 ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
f ALFRED GOMEZ, Manager.
t Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
Honolulu Music Co. Ltd.
JAMES W. BERGSTROM, Manager
Ampico Reproducing Pianos, Knabe, Fis
her, Haines and Kroeger Pianos, Victor
and Columbia Machines and Records.
Latest Sheet Music and Player music rolls,
Pianos and Player Pianos on small month
ly payments. Pianos tuned and repaired
and rented by Jack Bergstrom, Kauai
Honolulu Music Co. Ltd.
Telephone - - Lihue Hotel.
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Dry Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY PARCEL POST TO
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Every known fabric taken on a newness, a freshness and a
sightliness, under the skillful handling of our staff of experts who
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Don't hesitate to send U! the mostjdelieate fabric.
J. Abadie, Prop.
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Makers of Dress Suits and Business Suits,
Summer Suits and Uniforms
Clothes Neatly Cleaned and Pressed.
TIP TOP BLDG. LIHUE
Meeting of the Supervisors
(Continued Trom page j )
anil from the Poundmaster of Ka
wnihau (P1722) for the month of
April last were referred to Mr.
Menefoglio for advise.
Mr. McBryde moved for an
authority to move two bungalows
from the old Kalaheo School
premises to the new school land
at Kalaheo and being seconded
by Mr. Bettencourt Jr, it was carried.
The report (P 172.1) of the
County Boad Supervisor for the
month of July was received and
tiled. It is in substance as fol
Macadamizing on the new Mana
road was started and to date
about one half mile of crushed
rock has been laid from the end
of the macadam road at Waimea
The new Wheeling crusher is
doing good work for its size but I
am afraid it will break under the
extra strain on certain parts
caused by the unnatural manner
in which it is being forced to
The Iron Works proposed to
replace this crusher with a No. I!
for $ 7.0 and I believe it would be
a good investment to make a
In Koloa District, at Wahiawa
resurfacing was extended to with
in one quarter of a mile of Home
stead Store and the crusher was
moved and set up at Kalaheo
Homestead Park where resurfac
ing has been started
be started on the 11th, iust.
Schools: The Teachers cottage
at Lihue tixed up evidently to the
Katisfaction of the Lihue ladies
who have so kindly taken an in
terest in such matters. An 18
foot lanai extending the full
length ofthe building replaces the
small front verandah; two com
plete bath rooms were provided
also clothes closet for nine teach
ers are in dressing rooms. All
inside of the house newly painted.
At the High School the Teachers
Cottage was painted inside, also
the outside trimmings. Class
fronts were put in two of the bun
galows. On the main building
the roof of the front verandah
At Koloa the Principal's col tage
is being painted. The old cottage
is being patched a little so as it
will hold together another year.
Materials for the new cottage on
the new lot at Kalaheo partly ar
rived at Port Allen today.
Water Works: At An'ahola all
service connections were complet
ed and the system is now com
plete except a little concrete work
at the spring intake and at the
distributing point at the Hawaii
Tuneling at Kalaheo is uearing
At Kapaa the main pipe was r
covered where it was uurecovered
by the irrigation water running
in the pipe ditch. There is more
work to be done at Akulikuli
spring in order to permanently
divert more water into the pipe
since temporarily diverting ad
(iitionai water irom tne springs
into the tunnels, the main pipe
At this place there remains 1.4! has been full to overflow as its in-
iii lies of the main road to be re-1 take and lliere has apparently
surfaced in order to connect at been an ample supply at Kapaa.
Kalaheo school. T'pon the motion by' Mr. Brandt
Lumber was ordered to replace! seconded by Mr. McBryde the
the two wood bridges at the old County Road Sitpervisor was giv
iii ill at Koloa. en full authority to exchange
In Lihue District the regular ; with the Honolulu Iron Works
office was einploved
Wui lua Bridge.
Wailua Bridge: The last of
the concrete was poured on the
new Wailua bridge on duly I'.Oth.
Form lumber is now being re-
mostly on i Company, a rock crusher now at
work at the Mana New Road for
one of a larger capacity and cost
ing about K7.-ll.0()
I pon the motion of Mr. Mc
Bryde seconded bv Mr. Betten-
nioved. The old bridge is to be court Jr. each district in the
removed when the new concrete ! County w as. by unanimous vote,
floor is (0 days or so old. It is my allowed one thousand dollars
intention to use some of the old (KKKMUKM for its road work for
bridge on Homestead roads, the current mouth.
Patching work is now going dim Cpou the motion of Mr. Mene-
and will soon be done throughout j foglio seconded by Mr. Bet ten
th e district. A new wood floor j court Jr the County Road Super
was put on Kapaia bridge. ' visor was instructed to look into
Huleia Bridge: ork is to be-! the Luinahai Bridge ami make it
gin next week on the new lluleia tare for travel.
bridge. Rock is now being brok
en, the small crusher is to come
over from Kilauea today to crush
the rock for this bridge.
In Kawaihau District the regu
lar up keep work went on.
Wailua Homestead Roads: The
County was authorized by the
Commissioner of Public Lands to
prepare for the construction of
the roads throughout the newly
surveyed Wailua Homestead tract
Temporary crossings over impos
sible streams and marshes were
put in and most of the road lines
were cut and staked out and par
tial pro tile work done.
Haualei Districh : Work of ex
tending the Kalihiwai road on in
to Wanini was began.
Puuou Culvert: Bids for the
construction of a concrete culvert
at Puuou-Kilauea were advertised
to be opened on the 9th, inst. If
no bids are received the work will
Mr. W. A. Fernandez asked for
a special permission to show a
Motion Picture called "The Heart
of Humanity" next Sunday even
ing at Koloa between the hours of
(:.") p. m. and !l :.'!() p. in., and the
same was granted upon the mo
tion of Mr. McBryde seconded bv
At 12:1.") . m. the meeting ad
journed to meet again upon the
call of the chair.
Passengers arriving last Friday
were: L A. Knudsen, P. L. Rice,
Mr. Clearwater, L. R. Killam, C.
M. Cooke, Mrs. C. M. Cooke, A.
Lindsay, Mrs. II. E. Hansen, Mrs.
E. Linderiuan, J. II. Simpson, G.
C. Beckert. Miss (!. Jones. C. K.
Bailey, M. R. Aguiar, S. Decker,
D. Prigge, F. II. Havselden, T. II.
Ilayselden, F. Shalett. D. J. Davis,
J. Hanchett. Miss B. Hundley,
Miss K. Thompson.
Nawiliwili Garage, Ltd.
Shop and Service Dept.
Let us do the following for you at a small cost at regular
intervals. It is Hie best insurance against large
repair bills with the added satisfaction
of an efficient and snioothe
LUUltlUATlOS Drain used oil from Crank Case, Differ
ential, Transmission, and Crease from Roller Bearings. Crease
Cups, etc. Clean with kerosene, removing all grit and excess
grease. Then systematically Oil and Crease throughout.
y.VS'i(.TO.V Wiring Connections. Battery, Distributor,
Breaker Points, Spark Plugs, (iasoline. Oiling ami Cooling
Systems, Check'. Valve Clearance. Timing. Wheels for Align
ment, Tires, etc. "
riUHTEX VI' All loose Bolts, Nuts. Braces, etc., taking
out all Battles and Squeaks.
VLI1AX Engine with Distillate under Pressure.
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and a change of the lirni name to
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Extra Mileage You Can-Soo
The extra thickness of the
Michelin Tread due to
extra rubber and fabric
means additional mileage.'
Especiallyis this true since
every ounce of rubber and
fabric Is the toughest that
money, skill and experience
Michelins give so much
mileage that they'd be
economical even if high
priced. But they're
not high priced.
Mrs. J. A. Hogg, Prop.
Michtl'iH Casings art just as good as Michelin Red Inner
Tubes, which art tfttn imitated in color tut never in qualitj
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bctore you fall.
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