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THE GARDEN INLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, l6&,
KAPAA CLUB IS TO
PRESENT FARCE COMEDY
Tho Sisters and Brothers Club of
kapau will present u four-act f.irco
comedy next Saturday evening at
tho Kapaa Theater. Tho play Is said
to be ono of tho funniest that has
been presented on Kauai for some
time. Tho situations are very amus
ing and a capablo cast of players
has boon chosen for the parts.
The title of tho farco comedy is
"Wanted A Maid," in four nets.
Tho cast is aB follows:
Mrs. Goodwill Georgia Agular.
Mrs. Arouser Mary Agular.
Fanny Aroustar, her daughter
Jessie Arouser, her sister Violet
Mrs. Shark Adelaide Victorino.
Biddy Hannah Cummlngs.
Bertha Mary Cummlngs.
Mrs. Muggins, a hotel keeper An
Mrs. Hardwork Juliet Hodrlgues.
A washerwoman Anthony Agular.
Act I. A Laundry.
Act II. Same as act one.
Act 111. Mrs. Muggins Hotel.
Act IV. Same as act three.
Stage direction under supervision
of Mine. Ucnte.
Tickets can be secured at the
Tip Top Cafe In Lihuo or from mem
bers of tho club.
(Continued from Pago One)
The communication (P.2043) from
Mr. Dollinger, principal of Lihuo
High School, requesting for quarters
to bo provided for the manual train
ing teacher lately assigned to Kauai
High School was received and upon
tho motion of Mr. Monefogllo, sec
onded by Mr. Mondes, by unanimous
vote, tho county engineer was au
thorized to call for bids for furnish
ing material and for tho construc
tion of a standard teachers' cot
' tage for tho Kauai Hb;h School,
and tho chairman was authorized to
open said bids when submitted.
The sheriff submitted a report
(P.2044) on certain claims made by
Dr. E. N. Young, in which he stated
that certain items had been paid,
and others not paid, wero refused
certification by him because of ox
ccsslvo charges. Tho report was
accepted and order filed. Upon tl.o
motion of Mr. Menofogllo, seconded
by Mr. Sllva, ami by voto, tho clerk
was instructed to notify Dr. B. N.
Young of tho board's action as
follows: Items 3, 4, 5, G, 7, 8, and 0
wore paid and warrants cashed by
Dr. Young, same being warrants
No. 3497 and No. 3545; Item 2, tho
officer denied being treated by Dr.
Young: Item 1, being excessive, the
board allowed twcnty-flvo. dollars
($25) on tho samo when a proper
hill was submitted.
A communication (P.2043) from
Frank S. Pugh, industrial supervis
or, Kauai schools, requesting for tho
building of a now teachers' double
lottago at Kauai High School for
tho now teacher and himself was re
ceived and ordered placed on file.
A communication (P.2045) from
Mr. Martin Dreler, clerk for tho
county engineer, for an increase in
salary, was received and referred to
the county engineer with full pow
er to act.
A request (P.2043) from Mrs. H.
Wedemeyer for some minor repairs
to be given to cottage at Lihue
grammar school wus received and
upon tho motion of Mr. Brandt,
seconded by Mr. Monefogllo, tho
same was granted . I
A request (P.2043) from Mr. San
tos, principal of Olohcra school for
Improvement of the school building
for extra desks for said school was
received and tl.o samo was referred
to tho county ' engineer with full
authority to act in tho promises.
A request (P.2043) from Mrs. Cook,
Hanalel school for minor repairs
to bo given to tho cottage and the
school house at Hanalei was receiv
ed and was referred to tho county
engineer with full power to net.
The following school requisitions
wero received by tho board and
wero referred to tho county engineer
with full power to act in tho pre
mises. Huloia school, (P.2043) repairs and
Koolau school, (P.2013) repairs and
Kllauea school (P.2013) supplies.
Lihue school (P.2013) supplies.
A communication (P.2043) from
Miss Hundley, supervising principal
of Kauai schools, to tho county
clerk and oncloslng list of furniture
needed for tho schools and cottages
for tho next six months was receiv
ed, and upon tho motion of Mr.
Menofogllo, seconded by Mr. Sllva,
by uanlmous vote, tho samo was re
ferred to tho county engineer.
A request (P.204G) from tho trus
tees of tho Lihue church property
for asphalting tho top of tho maca
dam road in tho Lihuo Union and
Hawaiian church yard was received,
also tho opinion of tho county attor
ney on tho matter which advised
the board to refuse tho request,
and upon the motion of Mr. Mondes,
seconded by Mr. Sllva, by unanimous
voto, the request was refused.
An application (P.2047) from Mr.
Hurley for tho position of road
overseer on tho new road construc
tion work In tho district of Wal
moa was received and placed on
Tho bonds of It. F. Mlddleton,
county engineer, and A. J. Caldelra,
road overseer and superintendent of
water works at Koloa, were receiv
ed and upon tho motion of Mr.
Brandt, seconded by Mr. Mcnefog
Ho, by unanimous vote, tho bonds
wero approved and ordered filed
with tho treasurer.
Tho following financial reports (P.
290) for July, 1922, wero received:
Auditors report; treasurer's; treas-uror-adltor;
and tho joint report and
were referred to Mr. Brandt for re
port. Tho following reports were ap
proved upon tho advico of Mr.
Brandt: Treasurer's report for March,
April, May and Juno; Auditor's re
port March, April, May and Juno;
Treasurer-auditor report for March,
April, May and Muno and joint re
ports for March, April, May and
The report of the county engineer
for tho month of July was received
and placed on filo.
Upon the motion of Mr. Menofog
llo, seconded by Mr. Mendes, by
uanlmous voto, the chairman was au
thorized to countersign a demand to
reimburse John Hansen for money
advanced by him for work at Kilauea
school, when tho said demand is
presented In tho proper form.
Upon tho motion of Mr. Mene
foglio, seconded by Mr. Mendes, by
unanimous voto, tho chairman was,
authorized on behalf of tho board, to
sign the documents between the Ter
ritory of Hawaii and the County of
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We carry a complete slock in all sizes.
THE VON HAMM- YOUNG CO.
Kauai for work to bo dona on tho
Olohena road when tho samo aro
ready for signature.
The bond of John Hnuscn for tho
construction of tho icflauea school
Upon tho motion of Mr. Mone
fogllo, seconded by Mr. Mendes, by
unanimous vote, the county engi
neer was authorized to call for bids
for a Ford truck for tho county, and
tho chairman was authorized to open
said bid wns submitted.
Mr. Brandt requested tho board
for a leave of absence for two
months and upon the motion of Mr.
Sllva, seconded by Mr. Mendes, the
request was granted.
Upon tho motion of Mr. Menofog
llo, seconded by Mr. Mondes, by
unanimous vote, the sum of three
hundred and thirty-two dollars and
seventy cents ($332.70) to be paid
out of tho available moneys in tho
journal fund and tho Bum of two
thousand four hundred and forty
dollai-3 amj, slxty-nlno cents ($2,440.
69) to bo paid out of the Permanent
Improvement Fund in tho treasury,
wero appropriated as additional ap
propriations to bo used for tho fol
Incidental!), supervisors ....$320.30
Arahola water works G.40
Permanent Improvement Fund:
Macadam Lihuo - GS9.40
Wainiha bridgo 1,744.04
Nawill bridgo f0
Macadam Olohena G.75
Upon tho motion of Mr. Mendes,
seconded by Mr. Monefogllo, by
unanimous voto, tho county engineer
was authorized to purchaso a small
asphalt heater for tho Kawaihau dis
LIST OF APPROPRIATIONS
List of appropriations and amounts
affected by tho approval of demand
Supervisors' mileage G0.00
County engineer 300.00
Asst. county engineer 200,00
Pay of police:
Auto tax 1G.00
Board of Child Welfare 447.00
Bureau, Identification 125.00
Coroner's inquest 42.00
Janitor's service 2G.50
County jail 374.04
County lot and building .... 1S3.97
District court and jail:
Examiner, chauffeurs 125.00
Expenses of election 229.70
Hospitals: Waimea 100.00
Incidentals: Attorney 1S.00
County engineer 213.45
Official bond premium 100.00
Support and maintenance:
Schools, classroom and
New buildings 11,024.17
Repairs, maintenance, ....etc. 3,550.38
School supplies 14G.22
Waimea : 50.00
County road machinery 150. 7G
Puukapplis road 14S.S1
Macadami.ing Waimea .... 107.GI
Itoad tax special deposit .. . 2 G09.54
Macadam.. Lihuo GS9.40
Oiling roids, Lihuo 1,557.70
Roads an.l bridges, Lihuo 38.!i2
Maca'dam.. Glnhoiiu roads 13. 3G
Oiling roads, Kawaihau Gi)4.55
Uoads and bridges,
Kawaihau 1,724 24
Wainiha bridgo P.I.F G12.30
Oiling roads, Hanalei 534.40
Hoads and bridges 470.80
At 2:30 p. m. tho mootirg ad
journed subject to tho call of tho
i CALIFORNIA FEED CO. i
i Dealers in
Hay, Grain and Chicken Supplies 1
I SOLE AGENTS FOR
International Stock, Poultry Food 4
and other specialties Arabic for
l cooling Irou Roofs. Petaluma In-
cubators and Brooders. x
King's Special Chick Food 4
KUKUI VISITS ISLAND
Tho light houso tender Kukul ar
rived at Nawlllwlll early yesterday
morning on her regular periodical
visit to Kauai.
Muscovy ducks. Inquire at the Garden
PIGS FOR SALE
A few young pigs at $10 each. Ad
dress P. O. Box 3G, Kapaa.
Bookkeeping and shorthand taught
by mall (quick service) or at our mod
ern college. Day and evening classes.
All subjects. Write for catalogue.
HONOLULU BUSINESS COLLEGE
tf. 117G Fort Street
Pigeon (Yellow Carneaux) with met
al band No. 13 around leg. Left
loft at Lihue on Friday, Aug. 4.
Finder please notify H. D. Slog
get, Lihue. 2t.
New Goodyear Cord tire, 32x4 be
tween Koloa and Kokeo, Saturday,
July 22. Finder please return to
E. C. Fountain, Lihuo and receive
J. P. CLAPPER BACK
TO KAUAI GARAGE AGAIN
James P. Clapper, for tho past year
and a half manager of tho Waimea
branch of tho Lihuo Ico & Electric
compnny, resigned from that posi
tion nt tho cud of last month and
Is back again at his old Job as man
agor of Kauai Garage.
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
No. 125131 Merchant St.
P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu
Crank for Ford car or truck near
Hanamaulu. Owne'r- can have same
by calling at this office and pay
Teachers desiring to spend the
summer vacation In Honolulu,
by communicating with the
Roselawn, 1366 King St., Hono
lulu, celebrated for Its excel
lent cuisine, reservations with
board can be secured, and at
the Beach Annex, 2517 Ka'a
kaua Ave., Walklkl, at reduc
ed summer rates.
YUEN KEE CAFE kapaa, kauai
GENUINE CHOP SUr on Order by Phone
Pies - Cakes & Confectionery - Catering
'Cry Our Ice Cream
P. O. BOX 42
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.
Foresight The best reason we can give you
for having your battery looked to
before you start to tour is that it's
just plain common sense. A good
deal the same as taking along a
spare tire, or an extra set'of spark
plugs, or a couple of headlight
If it's right we'll say so. If it
isn't we'll do what's necessary
to bring it up to the mark.
Whether it's a Willard or not
it will be given the benefit of
Willard Standards, of Battery
P. O. Box 452 Honolulu i