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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, December 20, 1921, Page 2, Image 2',
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TIIK OAttDEN ISLAND TTTHRIUY, DECEMBER 20, 1921
Kum with the Krowd
Krazy Klothes Kabaret
New Year's Eve
Table teervation (of dinner limited
For particulars phone Alapaki Smith 194 NOW
General Admission to Dance and Show $1.00
For Bagasse Furnaces
Julius Mam iHe refrartory ci'iniMit Number l!l is the ce
ment for use when resetting tlie fireln-iik in bagasse
Number 2J withstands temperatures up to 2.(!(10 de
gree ami is atlmiraMj suited to 1 lie duties it lias to
perform in this type of furnace. For oil burners the
Johns Manville No. :$1 cement is needed lr it is not af
feeted by heat until .1.100 degrees Fahrenheit is reached.
Use of these cements practically guarantees no fire
box trouble next year. Orders should be placed im
mediately to insure prompt delivery.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Sole Agents in Hawaii for Johns-Manville
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The Most Famous Garages' on Kauai.
The place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our automobiles are comfortable, our drivers are re
liable and have been with us for many years, and
know every inch of the country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do draylng and hauling by trucks all over the Island.
We run the stage line between Lihue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU AND HILO
Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Safes Refrigerators Spark Plugs Flashlights
Faints Varnishes Brushes Oils Greases
Harness Saddlery Roofing Trunks Suit Cases
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, etc.
Shoes Toilet Supplies Stationery etc. etc.
Writers of Fire, Marine, Compensation, Automobile and Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Line.
Upon application information will be cheerfully furnished In regard to
any of our lines In which you may be Interested.
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai held its regular
business meeting for the purpose of
approving a budget of expenses for
salaried, payrolls, and public im
provements for 1922, also for the
transaction of other business mat
ters that are brought before It, on
Thursday, December 15th, 1921, at
9:30 a. in.
Present: H. D. Wlshard, chair
man; T. Brandt J. I. Silva, Fred
Mendes and A. Menefoglio.
The following few demands were
submitted and approved:
Estate of Mrs. Chamberlain
for cottage furniture $173.50
Joe Rodrigues, traveling expen
ses of deputy county attor
ney: 13. K. Aiu (first de
Joe Rodrigues, traveling
expenses of deputy coun
ty attorney: E. K. Aiu
(second demand) for $60
approved for 50.00
Wailua poi factory, etc., for
pol for county jail 6.00
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
District court and jail,
The report of the Board of Child
Welfare for the six months to Decem
ber 1921 was received and filed.
A requisition from Frank S. Pugh
industrial supervisor, Kauai public
schools, for insertion in the budget
of 1922 1923 of necessary items for
shops at Kilauea, Kapaa, and at Li
hue high school; shop and kitchen
at Makaweli; new shop at Waimea;
kitchen at Kilauea and at Koloa;
and for repair and painting of shop
and kitchen at Eleele, was received
Mr. Fern of the Nawiliwili Garage
offered a proposition to sell the
county a Pierce-Arrow truck, prom
ising to give it the necessary re
pairs each month, was received- and
upon the motion of Mr. Menefoglio,
seconded by Mr. Silva, the county
roud supervisor was asked to look
into the matter and report at the
Bids for furnishing building ma
terial and for the construction of
a teachers' cottage for the high
school, Lihue, the following were received:
Bids for the construction of the
Makaweli school house the follow
ing were received:
Coney &x Morris $7,134.00
DeFries & Son 9,830.00
John Hanson 8,960.00
S. Honjiyo 10,000.00
Nunes & Fernandes 13,902.00
Wise & Wise 10.9E9.00
Bids for the furnishing of build
ing material and for the construc
tion of teachers' cottage for the high
schooli Lihue the following were re
Allen & Robinson Ltd $3,200.00
Kauai Ry. Co. 2,850.00
Lihue Store 3,008.00
Lewers & Cooke Ltd 3,118.54
Coney & Morris 1,663.00
Sam. B. Goss 1,500.00
S. Hanjiyo 1,700 00
John Hanson 1,665.00
Harry Hoe 1,490.00
C. B. Hofgaard (no bid)
T. Inoshita 1,600.00
Henry Wise 1,640.00
All the foregoing bids were re
ferred to the county road supervis
or for report. Later on and upon
the advice of the latter official, the
following bids were accepted, name
Construction of Makaweli new
school house. Coney & Morris.
Building material for high school
teachers' cottage, Kauai Railway
Construction high school teachers
cottage, Harry Hoe.
An estimate of the expense of the
sheriff department was received
and placed on file.
A communication from the Hon
orable Wm. C. Achi, dr., judge of
the Circuit court of this circuit, re
questing for an appropriation of
$1500 for the purchase of law books
for the use of the court library;
which appropriation shall be known
as for "Purchase and Delivery of
Law Books," was received and filed
The Board engaged itself into the
consideration of a budget of expendi
tures and salaries, payrolls ,and for
public improvements for 1922. and
after laboring on the matter con
tinuously for almost all the fore
noon, by vote, unanimously approv
ed the following budget of expendi
For Salaries, Payrolls, and Public
Improvements for the Year 1922.
Mileage supervisors 1,000.00
Incidentals, supervisors ' 300. U0
Salary, deputy attorney 1,200.00
1 raveling expenses
Deputy attorney 300.00
Incidentals, attorney 3UU.00
Incidentals, auditor 2,500.00
Salary, deputy clerk 1,500.00
Incidentals, clerk 1.000.00
Incidentals, treasurer 1,500.00
Auditing county books 200.00
Hoard. Child Welfare 8,000.00
County law library 50.00
Discount and interest 400.00
District pounds 2O0.U0
Expense of election 2.000.00
Official bond premium 150.00
Public parks 300.00
Weights and measures 250.00
Incidentals, sheriff 2,400.00
ray ol t'olice
Lihue 4 140.00
Special pay of police 4,440.00
Corners' inquest 1,500.00
Expense, Examination of
Expense, bureau of identi
fication m 1,620.00
Dist. Court and jails,
District court and jail,
District court and jail,
Expense, Circuit court 7.600.00
Law books, 5th circuit 1,900.00
Support, Juvenile '
court dependents 1,000,00
Expense, probation officer 500.00
Support and maintenance)
Expense, witnesses 1,500.00
County Jail 7,000.00
' Waimea 1,600.00
Koloa . 1,000.00
Salary, county road
Salary, assistant county
road supervisor 2,400.00
Incidentals, road supervisor 3,000.00
Waimea, roads and bridges 12,000.00
Koloa, roads and bridges 12,000.00
Lihue, roads and bridges 12,000.00
Kawaihau, roads and
Hanalei, roads and
Koloa ' 600.00
County building, janitor
County lot and building 1,500.00
Grand total $245 370.00
Permanent Improvement Fund
New buildings 10,000.00
Water works 15,000.00
It being the wish of the Board
that the tax assessor or the Fourth
Division, being the County of Ka
uai, be requested to make a levy of
one per cent, upon the motion of
Mr. Menefoglio, seconded by Mr.
U ran dt, this was decided to be done.
Upon the motion of Mr. Menefog
lio, seconded by Mr. Mendes, the
sum of four hundred and Beventy-
slx and 78-100 dollars ($476.78) to
bo paid out of the available moneys
in the General Fund, and the sum
of one hundred and twelve and 55
100 dollars ($112.55) to be paid out
of the available moneys In the Per
manent Improvement Fund, in the
treasury, were appropriated for the
Schools new grounds $ .61
Furniture and fixtures 360.17
Roads and bridges,
Pension: R. Puuki 60.00
Permanent Improvement Fund-
Macadamizing Kukuiolono $111.65
Mucadumizing Niumalu 100
A requisition from Mr. Brodie,
principal of the Eleele school, for a
patent toilet to be put in at a con
venient place back of the teachers'
cottage at Eleele, was granted upon
the motion of Mr. Silva, seconded
by Mr. .Brandt.
The financial report for October
last namely: treasurer, treasurer- au
ditor, and the joint report; those
for November last, viz.: treasurer,
treasurer-auditor, auditor's statement
of appropriations and the joint re
port; also the auditor s quarterly re
port to September 30th, 1921; and
the auditor's statement of the school
fund to December 31st, 1921; and
the financial reports (R 278) of the
Samuel Mahelona Memorial hospital
for the quarters ending June 30th
and September 30th, 1921, respect
ively, were approved upon the ad
vice of Mr. Brandt.
At 12:10 p. in., the meeting ad
journed to meet again upon the call
of the chair.
The freshmen honor students for
the fall term are Katsue Yamamoto,
Miyuki Yamase, Hatsune Morimoto,
Shinichl Tanaka, Shizuko Goto and
Dr. Southwell reports 190 fillings,
22 extractions and seven cleanings,
completed In the eighth grade. This
practically completes the dental work
for that class. Part of November
the Doctor was confined to the hos
pital, otherwise the class would
have been completed at Christmas.
The Iolanl carried several Waimea
teachers to Honolulu last Saturday.
Miss Julia E. Fryer spent last week
in the hospital as a result of an at
tack of acute indigestion.
The Christmas program of last
Friday was a success. At the close
of school each child was given a big
red apple and a popcorn ball.
Waimea school extends to other
Kauai schools the best wishes of the
4 4 4
The Christmas program waff well
carried out and consisted of the
Song: Christmas Carol 5, 6, 7,
and 8 grades.
Welcome! Welcome! Receiving
Ho, Ho.. Vacation Days are Here
Jolly Old St. Nicholas 2-B Grade.
Little Santa Claus 1st Grade.
Song: Santa Claus 1-B Grade.
Christmas in Many Lands 6th
Christmas Carol and Song 6th
The Christmas Stocking 7th Grade
Jingle, Jingle, Tiny Bells 1-A
A Crazy Christmas Class 4-A
'Jolly and Gay 3-B Grade.
Christmas 3-AE Grade.
The Message of the Candles 3-A
The First Christmas; Christmas
in the Heart 1-B Grade.
Holy Night 5, 6, 7, and 8 Grades.
The eighth grade of this year and
those who were In Makaweli, of the
classes of the past three years, were
entertained by Mrs. C. A. Thomp
son, principal of the school. Friday
night, December 16.
The fun began early and continu
ed late. First i Miss Hill, one of the
teachers, played and sang many
pleasing and amusing songs, after
which Mr. Fernandez and Miss Lind
also teachers, began their games of
magic and entertaining features.
The old Virginia Reel was also a
feature of the evening, and some-one
remarked, "I wonder if George Wash
ington wouldn't turn over in his
grave in delight to see all the dif
ferent kinds of people dancing his
old native state dance, and they all
young Americans at that." ,
Quite a number of the teachers
of the Makaweli school are spend
ing their vacation in Honolulu.
These are Mrs. M. B. Hill and her
niece, Miss Birchie Hill; Miss Beat
rice Lind, Miss Gladys Glissan, Miss
Margaret Thompson and Miss Anna
We are all rejoicing that the con
tract ' has really been let for our
new school building.
Miss Bernice Hundley, supervising
principal of schools of Kauai i visit
ed our school Monday, December
NIGHT SCHOOL STUDENTS
HAVE CHRISTMAS PARTY
Chaperoned by Mrs. E. F. Wood,
Miss Clara Anthony and Miss Opal
Colbert, the students of the Y. M.
C. A. night school, had a delightful
evening together Monday in the class
rooms of the Lihue grammar school.
Drop the handkerchief, walking
Spanish, are you there Casey? and
other old favorites were played to
the amusement and delight of all.
Songs of a patriotic and Christmas
nature were lustily carroled by hap
py voices in several different lan
guages and dialects.
Bags of candy and apples of quan
tity ample to withstand all come
backs topped the evening's festivi
ties. Three cheers for the teachers
followed by the singing of "Ameri
ca," and cordial Happy Christmas re
ciprocated by all closed the enjoy
able occasion with "Nothin' doin' 'til
Tip Top TheatrE
in that screaming comedy
"HOME TALENT "
5 Reels of Laughs
News Picture and 2 Reels of Comedy
As this week's schedule did not arrive from Honolulu
we are unable to publish the complete program