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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY SEPT. 9, 1919
For all kinds
arc Petroleum Lubrica
tion Oils refined espe
cially for designs of gas
and fcteani cylinders
Your dealer has it or can get it
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Kapaia Garage Co.
Automobile Repairing And
STORAGE IJATTERIES REPAIRED AND RECHARGED
Telephone 2Z L
P. O. Box 236
White Neolin 8oles with low
These shoes aie neat and fashionable and one of the best shoes
for general wear on the market today.
Manufactures' Shoe Store
1051 Fort Street, Honolulu, T. H.
mm i m 111 mm if
When in Honolulu
Running water tn every room; rooms $
'singly or with Dams; comionaDie oeas;
close to best restaurants and all car
lines. Hlahest class service.
Centrally locntcd In the theatre (hopping center.
J. F. CHILD, Proprietor
J I. S!LVA, Prop.!
ALU'AY- tAVD.s IX LOWEST PRICES ON
Dry Goods, Boots and Shoes,
Mens Furnishings, Cigars and
: .v. Notions of all kinds.
Meeting of the Supervisors
(Continued from page 1)
Is being erected and will probably be
finished In three weeks or so.
KOLO A Repair work was done
Mr. Bush's cottage was painted inside
and not much was done to the teachers
cottage which building Is not good and
I am afraid will be unsatisfactory to
the new lot of toacehrs.
LI HUE Mrs. Wedemeyer's cottage
was painted Inside. A large sleeping
porch was added to the teachers cot
tage and the houso otherwise altered
and added to for the accommodation
of nine teachers. Repairs and floors
painted In principal's cottage.
H AN AM AULU Repair work Is now
going on. Mrs. Brldgewater requests
that a lanal or sleeping porch be ad
ded to the old cottage so as to ac
commodate six teachers. It Is now ar
ranged for four teachers, but has only
one bath room. It would also need
another bath room if fixed up for six
teachers. I would like instructions
from the Board in regards to same.
HANALEI Materials for. repairs
arrived and work being done. i
Small repairs at other schools, not
urgent and will be attended ' to as
soon as workmen can get around.
Repairs and painting at the High
School was done. The new bungalow
will be built as soon as carpenters are
WATER WORKS Kalaheo, 250 feet
or so of tunnelling remains to be done.
When finished the ditch will other
wise be ready to deliver water. Hard
digging in two of the tunnels and a
shortage of men has caused consider
able delay In this job.
AN AHOLA Water Works is finished
and is a splendid system.
Work Is being done at Akulikuli to
increase the water supply for Kapaa
in a permanent manner.
WAILUA HOMESTEAD ROAD Sur
veying in readiness for the grading
was done. Bids were advertised for,
for the construction of this road but
no call for plans or specifications
I . wish instructions as to further
procedure with the construction of
Mr. McBryde moved for authority
for the County Road Supervisor to
call In bids for the construction of a
macadamized road at Kalaheo, begin
ning at J. I. Silva's Homestead Store
and running to Joaquin Vierra's lot,
bids to be opened at the next regular
monthly business meeting of the
Board, and being seconded by Mr,
Brandt the motion was carried.
Mr. Brandt moved that the County
Road Supervisor notify the Honorable
T. Bailey, Commissioner of Public
Lands that no bids have been received
for the construction of the Wailua
Homestead Roads though tenders have
been asked by advertisement, but the
County of Kauai however stands ready
to do the work if it be authorized; at
the same time ask the Commissioner
what he wishes to be done, and being
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio the mo
tion was carried.
Mr. Menefoglio moved that the
County Road Supervisor proceed as
soon as practicable to build a lanal
and another bath room for the old
teachers' cottage at Hanamaulu as
requested by Mrs. Brldgewater, princi
pal, and being seconded by Mr. Mc
Bryde the same was carried. I
Mr. Brandt moved for the construct
ion of a four (4) room teachers' cot
tage at Eleele and in the meantime
the County Road Supervisor call for
tenders for this work to be opened as
lBoon as practicable by the chairman
and the engineer on behalf of the
Board, and being seconded by Mr. Mc
Bryde the same was carried.
Mr. McBryde moved that the County
Road Supervisor lay a water pipe on
the Kalaheo new school site and being
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio, was car
Mr.- McBryde also moved that the
County Road Supervisor put in proper
condition the grounds of the public
schools at Lihue, Kalaheo, and Kapaa
and being seconded by Mr. Bettencourt
Jr. was carried.
Upon the request and recommenda
tion of Mr. Moragne, the Board, upon
the motion of Mr. Brandt, seconded by
Mr. Menefoglio, and by a unanimous
vote, employed R. F. Middleton of
Lihue, as County Road Supervisor, he
to serve during the absence of Mr.
Moragne who is about to take a de
served vacation, at the salary of $200
besides $180.00 per month for his
At It : 45 o'clock a. m. the nrvHiutf
adjournal to meet agiin at the oall of
The Princeville Ranch has five
acres of velvet beans near the stable
which are making a phenomlnal
growth. They rank very high as a
stock food. being very rich in pro
tein. The whole rank growth can be
ground up and is all godd fodder.
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The beautiful new Wailua Bridge la
rapidly emerging from the chrysalis
stage, and shaking off the discard
body of the old bridge. The old floor
is being taken up by sections; only
70 or 80 feet of it left
A n n ou n c em en t
The Home Insurance Company of
Hawaii, Ltd., announce the ap
MR. CHARLES B GRAY
as their agent for the Island of
Kauai with offices at Kapaa.
Insurance Written for
Fire, Automobile, Compensation Disabil
ity, and Accident. Also agent for Western
States Life Insurance Co.
Place your Insurance with the Local
Agent for your Home Company
111 Ik) JL JdJd Kj
$his sign when u
Before the war if you toured in England or France or Italy or . .
South America or South Africa or Australia or Japan or China 1
or Siam or anywhere else, or if you werej 'oyer there" during the
war, you will remember seeing; the world known Michelin Sign.
Au::-'j:-Here at home, as in other part of the earth, this
sign is displayed by reputable dealers everywhere
It stands "today, as it has always stood, for high quality tires,
moderate prices and fair treatment. . Remember these facts,
especially when touring. x
Mrs. J. A. Ho fig, Prop.