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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUCJ. 10, 1120
Supervisors Hold Meeting
(Continued from page 2)
Some patching of the roads wag
Oiling Roads: The oiling of the
main road was continued and there
now remains a gap at Moloaa yet to
Work of excavating for the first
pier has been going on.
Sheet piling had to be driven for
this work as the banks were contln
ually caving In.
Landing Road: Stone was broken
for two weeks during the last month,
Carting the stone across the river was
carried on at the Bame time. Crush
ing and placing of the stone on the
road has been resumed.
Some patching work was done on
Puukapele: The Intake has been
finished and about a mile of pipe con
nected. About 110 feet of tunnel re
The 4th Series joint pipe line has
A cover was placed on the new
new cistern below the hospital.
A new cess pool was dug at the Ke
A partition was put in the large
school room at Hulela.
Work was started on the new Wal
All lumber for the Kapaa addition
has arrived and has been hauled to
Survey of the proposed addition to
the High school was made and filed
with the Clerk.
Upon the motion o Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt, Jr., the
sum of Ten thousand eight hundred
thirty nine and 25100 dollars, (10,
839.25) by unanimous vote, was appro
priated, as additional appropriations,
for the purposes named below, same
to be paid out of moneys available in
the Treasury as folows:
General Fund: License Collect. $70.00
Official Bond Premium 63.50
Water Works, Kapaa Home
steads, 4th series 1,715.75
Permanent Improvement Fund:
Nawiliwill Bridge 5,000.00
Asphalt Macadam, Hanalel,
Landing Road 4,000.00
Mr. McBryde reporting on the mat
ter of importing game birds for pro
pagation in this County stated that
he has booked an order for $500.00
worth of pheasants for the purpose.
Report was accepted.
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt, Jr. the
Engineer was given authority to re
pair, 1. Bridge at Kapaa Homesteads,
2. Bridge on the road to Koloa
Bridge on Short-Cut Road, Koloa.
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt, Jr. the
authorities in each district were al
lowed to spend for road repairing
work not exceeding $500.00 during
&e current month.
The Board this forenoon after ex
amination, aproved the several de
mands submitted against the following
Salary County Road Supervisor $300.00
Pay of Police:
Hanalel 280.00 2,140.00
Sam Mahelona Mem. 2,600.00 2,950.00
County Rd Supervisor 248.95
License Collections 272.00 947.81
Official Bond Premium
Registration of Autos
Support of Prisoners
Janitor Service Etc. 401.69
Kapaa 103.88 605.47
New Grounds: Lihue 43.40
Repairs & Maint. Grounds etc. 360.32
4th Series 181.30 1,592.20
Child Welfare Board 235.00
Coroners Inquest 234.00
County Bldg. Janitor Service 40.80
County JaU 633.72
County Lot & Bldg. 766.99
District Court & Jails:
Expense of Election 132.85
Expense of Witnesses 30.00
County Road Machinery 72.03
Waimea: Asphalt macadam, Mana
new road P.I.F. 2,558.29
Oiling roads Spec. Deposit 512.20
Road Tax Special Deposit 480.79
Puukapele road 40.20
Koloa: Macadam. Koloa New
Mill road P.I.F. 1,050.54
Resurfacing Koloa Macadam 3.15
Oiling Road Special Deposit 325.99
Road Tax Special Deposit 247.79
Lihue: Nawiliwlli BriiTgeP.I.F. 2,219.24
Oiling Roads Special Deposit 3C9.04
Road Tax Special Deposit 320.00
Anahola Bridge P.I.F. 2,539.47
Oiling Rds Special Deposit 1,774.94
Road Tax Special Deposit 660.23
Hanalel: Asphalt Macadam
Hanalel Landing Rd P.I.F. 2,241.67
Oiling Roads Special Deposit 321.80
Road Tax Special Deposit 404.90
At 1:00 oclock p. m. the meeting
adjourned to meet again upon the call
of the chair.
The Injuction Holds
Notwithstanding the insistent en
deavors of the Van Oleson homestead
er contingent in the matter of the
case between them and Sam Kelilnoi,
the injunction still stands, by which
the latter is authorized by the court
to continue the execution of his con
tract. The Van Gieson interests made
application to the supreme court to
have the injunction stayed, but this
the supreme court declined to do. Sam
Kelilnoi is apparently In the saddle
until the termination of his contract.
Y. W. C. A. NOTE9
Miss Madelene Soule, Y. W. C. A
secretary for Girls Clubs on Kauai,
left for Honolulu Saturday. She will
visit the various Girls Clubs of that
city with the view to planning for her
work here next season. Later on she,
together with the other girls work
secretaries of the V. W. C. A., will take
an intensive course under Miss Alice
Moore, who comes to Honolulu from
New York to take charge of all the
The Y. W. C. A. committee were
entertained by Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard
lately at a delightful luncheon. At
the business meeting which followed it
was decided to enlarge the work next
year to include Kapaa, which means
that centers of Y W work will hence
forth reach from Waimea to that place.
An additional car has been given to
the Y. W. C. A. work. It will arrive
in a month or two.
Work is gong forward satisfactorily
on the Anahola bridge. The middle
pier wil have to go down some 10 ft.
or so below water level to get a good
foundation. The bridge when finish
ed will be a reinforced concrete girder
bridge, after the style of the Huleia
The Nawiliwlli bridge is pretty well
through the preliminary stages. There
being no rock foundation for the cen
tral pier, where the sand runs down
to an unknown depth, a heavy concrete
slab embedded In the sand well below
the danger of undermining, will serve
as a satisfactory foundation. This
work is now in hand.
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t Mrs. Murphy9 s
Bank Quits Business
We have just heard the sad story
anent a certain Mrs. Murphy, who
went to her fruit jar bank one day
and found that someone had taken
the savings of many years, to wit,
eight hundred dollars.
The money in the fruit jar was idle.
It was out of circulation. It was
rendering no service to anyone.
Yet there are hundred of persons in
every community who are handling
money in the same foolish, unproduc
Whatever is said about banks,
money placed in them is more safe
and a basis of credit.
Bank deposits add to the credit of
the individual, the bank and the com
munity, in resources and stability.
Always a certain percentage of de
posits are loaned out to carry on in
dustries, business enterprises and to
Banks are constantly striving to
assist everyone to become better busi
ness citizens and you can assist them
by making up your mind to get out of
the "Mrs. Murphy Class."
THE BANK OF KAUAI, LTD.
When in Honolulu
New, modern, high class restauraut,
centrally located. Cool and comfort
able; best food and service. European
Operated in connection with the
ALONG THE LINE OF
NATIONALLY ADVERTISED GOODS
WE HA VE JUST RECEIVED A
Direct Factory Shipment
OF THE CELEBRATED
HEINZ "57" VARIETIES
BEANS, Baked Bed Kidney,
BEANS, Baked With Pork and Tomato Sauce.
rOKK AND BEANS, Without Tomato Sauce.
BUTTER, Apple and Peanut.
CHOW-CHOW. CHUTNEY, HOUSE KAD1S1I,
KETCHUP, OLIVES, OLIVE OIL.
PICKLES, Sweet and Sour Mixed,
PICKLES, Sweet and Sour Gkirkins.
FIG PUDDING, INDIA BELISH,
BEEFSTEAK SAUCE, CHILI SAUCE.
VINEGAR, CIDER MALT, WHITE For pickling.
CROSSE & BLACKWELLS
PICKLES, Ghirkius and Mixed.
PICKLED ONIONS, PICKLED WALNUTS, CHOW-CHOW.
AND WE CARRY REGULARLY IX OUR .' ' ' '
BEECHNUT, BACON, SLICED BEEF, PEANUT BUTTER.
"The Foods of the Finest Flavor."
BON-AMI "HASN'T SCRATCHED YET"
CRISCO, "For Frying" "For Shortening" "For Cake Making"
"CLICQUOT CLUB" Ginger Ale, Root Beer, Sarsaparilla.
CAMPBELLS, PORK & BEANS, SOUPS,
"'Look For The Red And White Label"
"ARGO" CORN AND GLOSS STARCH.
"Best For All Purposes"
KNOX GELATIN, "Whenever a Recipe Calls For Gelatin It
GRAPE NUTS, "A Wonderful Food For Children And Grown-ups"
DROMEDARY COCOANUT, "Fresh Keeping"
"OLD DUTCH CLEANSER" Chases Dirt"
BORDENS EAGLE MILK, "The National Milk"
"HIGHLANDER" MILK, First Quality, Absolutely Pure.
"CARNATION MILK" Sterlized, Guaranteed.
VAN CAMPS PORK & BEANS, Prepared In The Van Camp
THE QUAKER OATS COMPANY, PUFFED RICE,
PUFFED CORN, l'UFFED WHEAT.
UNDERWOODS, DEVILED HAM AND DEVILED TONGUE.
KELLOGS, TOASTED CORN FLAKES, SHREDDED WHOLE
WHEAT, KRUMBLED BRAN.
"AUNT JEMIMA" PANCAKE FLOUR,' "SWANSDOWN" CAKE
"PUEZ" LOGANBERRY JUICE, "PUEZ" ASSORTED JAMS.
"IVORY SOAP" "For Washing Particular Things"
TOWLES "LOG CABIN" SYRUP, "Absolutely Pure Granulated
Sugar and Maple Syrup"
WELCUS' GRAPE JUICE, The National Drink
"J IFFY-J ELL" Real Fruit Deserts.
"MINUTE" TAPIOKA, No Soaking.
LIBBTC, MEATS, JAMS, VEGETABLES
The Ice Cream Sold at Our Soda Fountain
IS MADE OF
Pure Cream Imported from California.
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.