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1 THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 12, 1021
EACll YEAR IT BKCOMES MORE DANGEROUS
TO WALK THE STREETS
This Is shown hy figures given out recently by the Census Bureau
i. showing that 3S0S persons were killed by automobiles in 1919; a
death rate of 14.1 out of over 100,000 population.
t CAN YOU AFFORD TO TAKE CHANCES WITH YOUR MACHINE?
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or the suit be laundered, cleaned or dyed only by
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pO.UU Young Hotel Bldg. Honolulu
Supervisors Hold Regular
and Adjourned Meetings
(Continued from Page 1)
Water Wks, Kapaa 50.00
Rds. & Bdgs. 2,600.00
Koloa: Oil. Rds. 1,100.00
Rds. & Bdgs 1,000.00
Lihue: Oil. Rds 4,500.90
Oil. Rds. 3,000.00
Rds. & Bdgs 500.00
Rda & Bdgs 1,100.00 14,450.00
Permanent Improvement Fund
Mana New Road
Asphalt Mac 131.95
kukuiolono Mac. 1,100.0.) 1,231.06
and being seconded by Mr. Menefog
ioi the motion was curried.
The County Road Supervisor who
was authorized on February 2nd last
to call in bids for furnishing the
County with another Rock Crusher
with full power to accept or reject
any bid, reported of having accepted,
by virtue of said authority, the bid
of the Honolulu Iron Works dated
March 14. 1921, to furnish a No. 3
Wheeling Rock Crusher f. o. b. Port
Allen, in about 90 days for $1,370.00
The report was accepted.
The report (P 1S76) of the County
Road Supervisor for the month of
March Just passed, was received and
filed. It is in substance as follows:
Some grading work was done on
the Mana road; ditches were plowed
and roadway raised; this work has
not been finished.
Filling on the Beach road, which
was washed out,- was continued dur
ing the month and will soon be com
Patching of the main road was
done throughout the district.
The following macadamizing work
was done; about 300 feet of road be
hind Koloa School; about 600 feet
at beginning of Kukuiula road.
The crushing outfit was moved and
has been set up at Kalaheo.
About 400 cubic yards of stone was
broken during the month for maca
damizing work around Kalaheo.
The grading machine was run part
of the month on the homestead roads.
Patching and oiling was carried on
at places along the main road.
Patching work on the main road
continued thn iehout the ni'in h
Hauling of st me and dirt for wash
out along main road at Wailua was
kept up during the month.
Some grading work was done on
the Wailua Homestead roads.
Niumalu Road; about T50 cubic
yards of 6tone was broken during
the month and about 500 yards of
stone has been hauled to crusher
site. The crushing plant is now be
ing set up for this work.
The grading machine was used on
the Kapaa homestead roads part of
the month and other grading work
A small concrete culvert was put
in on Kamalu road.
Patching work was done on the
main road throughout the month.
Anahola Bridge: stone Is now be
ing crushed for this bridge and the
work of pouring concrete will, com
mence about the middle of April.
Hanalei Dlstric t
Some grading work was done on
the Hanalei Homestead road.
Patching and ditch cleaning along
the main road was carried on during
Mana: windows are now being put
in the bungalow classrooms.
Koloa: the roof of the main build
ing is now being repaired and will
soon be completed.
Lihue Grammar: two new bunga
low classrooms were constructed.
Kauai High: windows were placed
in two of the classrooms and other
repair work done. Work on the new
toilet building, cess pools, etc, pro
gressed during the month.
Hanamaulu: the new school lot
(sgd.) Middleton. I
A report (P 1877) from the County
Clerk of nomination fees received
by him to date and of payment of j
same to the Treasurer was accepted, j
A request (P 1&78) from Messrs. I
C. B. Hofgaard & Co. Ltd. of Wal- i
mea, to rent the County's donkey- j
engine for two weeks, promising to
return- the same in good ordor was
granted for the customary rental. ;
Reports of the Poundmasters of
Waimea (P 1879) and of Lihuet P
1SS0) each for the quarter ending
with March 31st last wore referred
to Mr. Menefoglio for recommenda
tion. A verbal request from Mrs. W.
Henry Rice, Chairman of the Kauai
Humane Society through the Chair
man of the Board, that the Board,
when necessary, meet the expenses
of transportation of defective child
ren to the Home for such patients at
Honolulu was favorably received by
the Board. j
List of appropriations, also the
amounts, affected by the approval of
the demands submitted this forenoon
p.nd hereinabove referred to:
Sal. County Rd. Sup.
Pay of Police:
Child Wef. Board
Cnty Bldg. Jan. Service
Cnty. Lot & Bldg.
Dist. Court & Jail
Fur. & Office Sup.
Sam Mahel. (spec) 2,500.00
Auditor . 131.66
continued on page 8.
Motor Over to Kapaa and Have a
(chocolate marshmallow nut aundce)
Our own formula
Oh! So delicious!
Remember, we serve the famous
Velvet Ice Cream from Honolulu.
Buy your Kodaks, Films and supplies
Kauai Drug Co.
J. C. E. TABEU
We sell the latest magazines.
KAUAI WELDING COMPANY
THIS IT TO CERTIFY, That on
the first day of March, 1921, the un
dersigned entered into and formed a
genera! partnership, and herewith
publish in compliance with law, the
1. The names and residences of
each of the members of said co-part
C. SPILLNER of Makaweli, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
HARRY BURGESS of Hanapepe,
County of Kauai, Territory of
SAMUEL PENEKU of Eleele,
County of Kauai. Territory of
The nature of the business of
said co-partnership is to maintain
and carry on a general repair and
welding business, including oxy-acet-
ylene and electric welding and re
pairing of boilers, machinery, and the
like and the buying and selling of
oxygen and acetylene gas and of such
supplies as may be of use in connect
ion with the general repair and weld
The firm name of said co-partner-hip
is KAUAI WELDING COM
4. The place of business of said co
partnership is at Makaweli, in the
District of Waimea, and County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
Witness our hands, this 2Cth day of
March, A. D. 1921.
(Sgd.) C. SPILLNER,
(Sgd.) SAMUEL PENEKU,
(Sgd.) HARRY A. K. BURGESS.
April 12, 19, 26, 1921.
THE DIESEL ENGINE
AN extraordinary efficiency, tbe highest so
far known to the engineering world, an
ability to assume immediately any change of
lond within its capacity automatically and
with practically no variation in speed, economy
of fuel consumption and small cost of atten
dence arc some of the Diesel's claims upon
your consideration. Seventy thousand horse
power of Diesel engines are in successful oper
ation in twenty-six Stales of the Union.
For full particulars and literature address
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
E. E. BODGE ANDF. D. MOORE
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
Together with Mr. W. Eklund arri
ving on the Lurline last week were
Mr. E. E. Bodge of th von Hamm
Young Co, and Mr. F. D. Moore of the
General Motors Expert Corps.
Mr. Bodge and Mr. Moore returned
to Honolulu on the Kinau Saturday.
Mr. Bodge, who has been with the
von Hamm Young Company for 12
years, sold the first Motor truck on
Kauai to the Hawaiian Sugar Com
pany about 9 years ago. The truck
was a three ton Packard. Shortly
after that Mr. Baldwin 'tought two
more Packard trucks.
Mr. Bodge was very plsased with
Kauai on his trip laft week and no
ted many changes, the roads In particular.
Mr. and Mrs. J. H. K. Kaiwi, of Ni
umalu, Lihue, Kauai, announce the
engagement of their daughter, Miss
Esther Maemae Kuuhiwi-Wahine-o-mao
Kaiwi, to Rrv. Charles K. j
Keahi, the pastor of the Lihue Ha-!
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Aki announce
the engagement of their daughter,
Harriet Kaililauokeuloha to Edward
K. Sthursch of Lihue.
SENATE PASSES LIBRARY BILL
The senate has passed the Library
Hill covering the outside islands.
Hawaii gets J25.000, Maui $20,000,
and Kauai 16,000.
New Auto Stand
DAY AND NIGHT SERVICE
CABS FOB KENT WITH OJ WITHOUT DBIVEBS
l!l21 Seven Passenger Studebaker
1!IL') Seven Passenger Hudson Super Six
P. KM Seven Passenger Chandler Special
(with glass doors)
UJL'O Seven Passenger Oldsinobile Eight
Pi-'O Five Passenger Bunk Six
.Pil'O Five Passenger Dodge
Ford Cars for rent by week or month
Don't Miss the Waimea Canyon Trip
MOSES BODRlGUES, Manager
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