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THE GARDEN JSLAND; TUE3DAYi' FEB1 I7y -1 920: '
-In Our Endeavor-
To cater to the wants of the community we are
pleased to announce the receipt of new and
fresh goods from the American Biscuit Company
DAINTY CHIPS, SNOWFLAKE SODAS
GINGER WAFERS, LEMON WAFERS
V AXILLA WAFERS, CHOCOLATE WAFERS'
COCOAXUT WAFERS, FIESTA WAFERS
ARROWROOT BISCUIT, FRUIT BISCUIT
WHOLE WHEAT BISCUIT, BUTTER CRIMPS
CHOCOLATE BEAUTIES, FIG BARS -
OATMEAL CRACKERS, CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS
PAXAMA CREAMS, IIOXEY DEW JUMBLES
We have in stock also, as
IMPORTED AXCIIOVIES, ANCI0V1E PASTE, CAVIAR
BLUE LABEL SWEET PICKLED FRUITS, IX GLASS
H-S EVAPORATED FREXCII PRUNES, IN GLASS
DEL MONTE PREPARED TO SERVE PRUNES, IN TINS
S W FRUIT SALAD, NEUMAN'S PRESERVES AND JELLIES
SNYDER'S CHILI AND COCKTAIL SAUCE
BRAND'S "Al" SAUCE, HEINZ BEEFSTEAK SAUCE
M cl LIIENNY AND GEBHARDS TOBASCO SAUCE
HAZARD'S BURNT ONION SAUCE,
KELLY'S MANGO CHUTNEY, NOSCO CELERY SEASONING
BELL'S POULTRY SEASONING, KITCHEN BOQUET
DURKEE'S AND LIBBY'S SALAD DRESSING
CROSS & BLACKWELL'S PICKLES
LIBBY'S CHOW CHOW, MUSTARD, PICKLES
HEINZ PICKLES, CHOW CHOW, MUSTARD, INDIA RELISH
HORSE RADISH, TOMATO CHUTNEY, SELECT ONIONS
APPLE BUTTER, PEANUT BUTTER, OLIVE OIL'
SPENCER'S ALMOND PASTE
"IIIP O LITE" MA RSHMA LLO W CREME
LIBBY'S ''TEA GARDEN" and "NONE SUCH" MINCE MEAT
UNDERWOOD'S CLAM CHOWDER, DEVILED flAM
BLUIIILL CHEESE, MAC LAREN CHEESE, SWISS CHEESE
L1MBERGER CHEESE, EDAM CHEESE
APPLJU, "DIAMOND A" CIDER, MA R TIN ELLIS CIDER
MOTT'S SPARKLING SWEET CIDER, OLYMPIA CIDER
MACOMBER'S CHAMPAGNE CIDER
CLIQUOT CLUB GINGER ALE, ROOT BEER
BIRCH BEER, SARSAPARILLA
'WHITE ROCK" GINGER ALE
"WHITE ROCK" WATER
CHURCH'S GRAPE JUICE, "1SC0" GRAPE JUICE
ROYAL PURPLE" GRAPE JUICE, SERAOS GRAPE JUICE
"UVA" GRAPE JUICE, WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE
'PIIEZ" LOGANBERRY JUICE, VIRGINIA DARE WINE
"BEVO" PABLO" WIELAND'S CEREAL BEVERAGE
LYON'S GRENADINE SYRUP
Our Grocery Lines are Complete
Meeting of the Supervisors
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road where all damage has been repaired.
There was practically no damage
from the freshet In Koloa District.
At Wallua Bridge the river swept
out all of the sand from the mouth of
the river and from around the bridge
abutments and piers. A Btrong cur
rent swept along the bank and abut
at the Kapaa end of the bridge as it
has never done - before, sweeping
away the sand which caused the
sand filling of the old part of the
abutment to Bettle where a hole oc
curred in the center of the road
about 10' x 10' in size. About mid
night an automobile came along,
broke through the crust of top sur
face of the road and went into the
hole about the depth of the car. The
driver was not hurt and the car was
not greatly damaged.
At Nawiliwili the high water scour
ed the sand from around the bents
of the old temporary trestle bridge
and partly exposed the old hard
driven piles, then when an extremely
heavily loaded truck crossed one of
the foundations went down a little.
The truck got across safely. The
bridge has been rebunlt mauka of
the old one leaving the place for the
proposed new permanent bridge.
In Kawaihau and Hanalel Districts
there were no washouts and but very
little damage otherwise.
At Wallua the sand has been wash
ed away from around all foundations,
allowing a chance to fill in with rock
which work was expected to be done
as soon as the sand disappeared and
only for the car falling In the hole
the freshet has been a benefit in
stead of a loss. Work of filling rock
around the foundations is now going
on and it Is expected to carry it to
completion before the sand returns.
By filling a large cone of rock with
broad base around each of the
piers the piers will be so braised lat
erally that the bridge will then re-
1st any number of acres of drift
that could possibly lodge against it.
Work of rebuilding the Lumahai
bridge in wood is now beginning. It
was decided that on account of the
difficult foundation a concrete bridge
at Lumahai would be very costly and
in view of the fact that it would be
comparatively Inexpensive to renew
it in wood, the latter was decided
I am prepared to report verbally
on preliminary estimates on a pro
posed new bridge at the HalNway
Bridge and at Nawiliwili.
P. S. At Lihue School the Sheldon
cottage was moved off the school lot
onto Plantation land and buildine
materials for the new school cottage
No bids were received for furnish
ing 13,000 feet of pipe for Puukapele
Park, but Alexander & Baldwin of
San Francisco, through Kauai Rail
way Co., offer to furnish 13.000 feet
of 3" second hand boiler tube dIdb
F.O.B. Port Allen for the sum of
$2,500.00 or the same lengths of 3"
pipe for $4,000.00.
Upon the motion of Mr. Menefoglio
duly seconded, the County Road Sup
ervisor was fully authorized to ac
cept the offer of Alexander & Bald
win to furnish 13,000 feet of 3" pipe
for Puukapele Park, as reported by
him, provided same Is suitable.
Communication by the County
Clerk to the Honorable Commission
er of Public Lands, and the reply to
same, also another one to the Sup
erintendent of Public Works regard
ing resolution for the construction of
the road towards Puukapele Park,
Waimea Canyon, were received and
placed on file.
A request from Honorable Wm.
Huddy, District Magistrate of Hana
lel, for a supply of letter size writing
paper for the use of his court was
received and referred to the Sheriff
with full power to furnish the neces
At 3:00 o'clock p. m. the meeting
adjourned subject to the call of the
ORDINANCE NO. 14
AN ORDINANCE PROVIDING FOR
THE MANAGEMENT, CONTROL
AND MAINTENANCE OF "PUU KA
NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF
The Real and Personal property In
the Fourth Taxation Division will be
taxed at the rate of .02,224, $2,224
per hundred, $22.24 per thousand dol
lars valuation, tor the purposes set
forth in Section 1236 of Act 222, Ses
sion Laws of 1917; and Act 136 S. L.
1919. to wit:
For current expenses of County
For Permanent Improvements
For Interest and Sinking Fund on
Bonds allowed to County
For Assessing and Collecting Taxes
For Samuel Mahelona Memorial
J. K. FARLEY,
Assessor Fourth Taxation Division
Koloa. Kauai, January 30th. 1920.
I J Feb. 3, 10, 17, 24.
WHEREAS the Governor of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, has, by Executive
Order No. 69, dated the 10th day of
November, Nineteen Hundred and
Nineteen, set aside for public purposes
a certain tract of government land sit
uate in the district of Watmea, County
of Kauai, and more fully described in
said Executive Order No. 69, and con
taining an area of 415 acres, more or
less, for a public park to be known as
the "Puu Ka Pele Park," under the
management and control of the County
BE IT ORDAINED by the People of
the County of Kauai:
Section 1. MANAGEMENT AND
CONTROL. The management and con
trol of the said tract of land, for and
as a public park, to be known as "Puu
Ka Pele Park," is hereby accepted by
the County of Kauai and for the proper
administration of the duties of such
management and control, there is
hereby created a board of managers to
be known as the "Board of Managers
of Puu Ka Pele Park," hereinafter re
ferred to as the "Board of Managers."
Section 2. NUMBER AND AP
POINTMENT OF MEMBERS OF
BOARD OF MANAGERS. The nald
Board of Managers shall consist of
five members, one, from each Judicial
district of the County of Kauai, and
resident therein, and shall be appoint
ed by a majority of the Board of Sup
ervisors of the County of Kauai. One
of the members so appointed shall be
Chairman of the Board of Managers.
He shall be elected as such chairman
by a majority of his fellow members,
and shall hold office until removed or
his successor is elected In the same
In the absence or disability of the
chairman, the other members may
select one of their number to act as
chairman during such absence or dis
ability of the chairman.
Section 3. TERM OF OFFICE. Said
members of the Board of Managers
shall be appointed and hold office as
One for a term of one year, one for
a term of two years, one for a term of
three years, one for a term of four
years and one for a term of five years.
Thereafter, upon the expiration of
said respective terms of office, the
same shall be filled for the full term
of five years, in such manner that the
term of one member shall expire each
Section 4. COMPENSATION OF
MEMBERS. The members of the
Board of Managers shall serve without
pay, but each member shall be reim
bursed for his actual expenses Incurred
In connection with the duties of his
Section 5. POWERS AND DUTIES
OF BOARD OF MANAGERS. The
Board of Managers shall, subject to
the orders of the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Kauai, have the man
agement and control of the said "Puu
Ka Pele Park" and the possession,
management and control of all prop
erty which may, upon the passage of
this Ordinance, or heafter, be provided
or acquired for the purposes of this
Ordinance or any of them.
It shall be the duty of the Board of
To formulate and submit for the ap
proval of the Board of Supervisors of
the County of Kauai, a general plan
for the location, selection, and regu
lation of camp sites in, and the de
velopment and maintenance of "Puu
Ka Pele Park," and the promotion of
the enjoyment of the park by the pub
To effectuate and accomplish the de
velopment and maintenance of said
park in accordance with any such
general plan, so formulated and sub
mitted, when and after the same has
been approved by the Board of Super
To enforce all laws and ordinances
now or hereafter enacted, and all rules
and regulations of the Territorial
Board of Health, in so far as the same
may be applicable to said park or the
lands contained therein and any build
ings or camps that may be erected
To enforce all such rules and regu
lations of the Territorial Board of Ag
riculture and Forestry pertaining to
the protection of forests and forest re
serves as may be, by written request,
required of the County of Kauai by
said Board of Agriculture and For
Section 6. SUPERINTENDENT,
ASSISTANTS AND LABORERS. The
Board of Managers may employ, and
at their discretion discharge, a super
intendent and clerical or other assist
ants and laborers, for the purpose of
effectuating the objects of this Ordi
nance, or cny of them, and, subject to
the approval of the Board of Supervis
org of said county, shall fix the com
pensation of such superintendent, as
sistants and laborers.
Section 7. EXPENDITURES. Sub
ject to any limitations herein else
where, contained, the Board of
Managers shall have power and au
thority to expend all appropriation
made for the purpose of effectuating
the objects of this Ordinance, or anyj
All expenditures by the Board of
Managers shall be first approved by It..
Such approval shall be certified by the t
chairman, or the membbr acting in his
stead as hereinafter provided.
All expenditures and the accounts ,
of the Board of Managers shall be i
made and kept In such manner and i
form as are usual in connection with j
county expenditure and accounts or ;
which may be prescribed by the coun-
ty auditor of said county.
Section 8 APPROPRIATIONS FOR I
MAINTENANCE OF PARK. The I
Board of Managers shall from time to (
time prepare and submit, to the Board
of Supervisors, estimates of approprla-
tlons needed for the proper mainten-
ance of the said park in accordance (
with the Intent and provisions of this :
Ordinance. The Board of Supervisors i
shall examine and consider such estl- I
mates and shall make such approprla- ,
tlons as such Board of Supervisors .
shall deem fit and necessary.
Section 9. This ordinance shall
take effect at the expiration of thirty i
days from and after Its publication.
Approved thU 4th day of February, :
A. D. 1920.
BOARD OF SUPERVISORS,
(Seal) Couty of Kauai.
H. D. WISHARD,
J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
Feb. 10. 17.
Notice of Sale of
At 10 o'clock A. M., Friday, Febru
ary 20th, 1920, at the office of the Sub
Agent, Mr. G. W. Sahr, Lihue, Kauai,
there will be sold at public auction
under Section 380 of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii of 1915, a general
lease to the following described Gov
The land of Wailua-Kal, situate be
tween the North bank of the Wallua
River, the boundary of South Olohena,
mauka of the Government Road and
makal of the Nonou Forest Reserve.
Kauai, said tract containing an area
of approximately 280 acres.
Term of lease, 15 years from Febru
ary 20th, 1920; upset rental $5. per
acre per annum, payable semi-annually
The purchaser will be required to
remove the surface rocks and clear
and cultivate the said land Immediat
ely upon the execution of the lease
agreement, and shall furnish a bond
in the sum of $20,000. for the per
formance of the foregoing covenant
within three years from the date of
The purchaser shall also pay the
costs of advertising and other charges
In connection with the preparation of
For maps and further Information,
apply at the office of the Sub Agent.
Mr. G. W. Sahr. Lihue, Kauai, or at
the office of the Commissioner of
Public Lands, Capitol Building, Hono
lulu, T. H.
C. T. BAILEY,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu,
January 10th, 1920.
Jan. 20 and 27, Feb. 10 and 17th.
Notice oi Sale of Lease
of Railroad Right of Way
At 10 o'clock, A. M. Thursda).
March 4th. 1920, at the front door of
the Capitol Building, Honolulu. T.
H., there will be sold at public auc.
tlon under Section 380 of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii of 1915, a general
lease of the following described land:
Railroad Right of Way through the ,
Kapaa and Wallua, 1st Series, Home
steads, District of Kawaihau, Island
of Kauai, said Right of Way being ap
proximately 19.7 miles long, and con
taining an area of approximately 47
acres, as shown on plan in the Office
of the Commissioner of Public Lands.
The purchaser will be required to
continuously ope-ate and maintain the
present railroad on this right of way
and Immediately after the sale of this
lease to begin construction of exten
sions of the present railroad lines
over those portions of the right of way
not now occupied by a railroad.
Term of lease, 10 years from March
UpBet rental, $1. per annum, payable
annually in advance.
The purchaser shall pay the costs
of advertising and other charges in
connection with the preparation of this
For further particulars apply at the
office of the Sub Agent, Mr. O. W.
Sahr, or at the office of the Commis
sioner of Public Lands, Capitol Build
ing, Honolulu, T. H.
C. T. BAILEY.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu.
January 29th. 1920.
Feb. J, 10. Hi Mar. t