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TTTE GARDEN ISLAND Tt'ESDAY, DEC. 2C,. 1022
)RE'S LINES
7:
OF
GOODS
e and Better Assorted This Season
er Before
Remembrances for Old
MINGS TO EAT
Fresh from the Factory
ASSORTED
In Sanitary Packages
Little Jacks, Fairy Mints, Sunbeam
Kisses, Rainbow Kisses, Sunshine
Drops, Fruit Tablets, Opera Stick,
Rainbow Mixed, Satin Finished Mix
ed, Imperial Marsh mallows, After
Dinner Mints.
TS
nits, Brazil, Fil-
and Pecans
o
in Bulk
ted Cuts, Belmont Raspberries, Mid-
ilt l'eanuts, Monster (lum Drops, Bos-
reanut Brittle, Satin Finished Mix-
White Caps, Walnut Top Chocolates,
colates, Turkish Taste, Vanilla dio
des Chocolates, Milk Dip Crisp Cho-
iliiglrnVIarshmallow Chocolates.
in Bulk
ENTS per Pound
SIN'S, PLAIN MIXED
GROCERS MIXED
20c
Too, for the Table
nil Beverage, "Bevo" Beverage, "Pablo"
uclli Cider, Motts Cider, Macombers
ii and Manhattan Xon Alcoholic Cock-
od Beer, Birch Beer, Sarsaparilla ; A -It
and Water, Welch's drape Juice,
uncrusli Orange Juice.
DEPARTMENT
Women's and Children's
st Received
In the Hardware Department
UNIVERSAL" PEARL HANDLE Cake Knives, Cold Meat Folks, Per
ry Spoons, Salad Forks, Salad Sets, Sugar Shells, Cheese Servers, Butter
Knives, Knives and Forks; "UNIVERSAL" Percolators, Casseroles, Eaiue
quins, Trays, Beverage Shakers, Vacuum Bottles, Beef Carvers, Came Carv
ers, Bird Carvers, Knives and Forks; M'YREX" Casseroles, Pie Plates,
Bread Puns, Utility Dishes, Cake Dishes, Baking Dishes, Ramekins; CUT
SUNBURST & CORNET PATTERN Wine Classes, Cocktail Classes, Grape
Juice Classes, Tumblers, Fruit Saucers, Berry Bowls, Nappies, Water Jugs,
Sundae Glasses, Sugars and Creams, Water Seis; Special Ivory ami Poly
chrome Electric Lamps; 20 Piece Table Sets; Glass Candle Sticks; Vases;
Glass Ware; Crockery; SPECIAL MT. VERNON WHITE WARE in 51
Piece Dinner Sets at $12.50, 100 Piece Sets at 21.50 or by the Single Ar
ticle; Straight Razors, Safety Razors; Pocket and Hunting Knives; Hunting
Axes; Aluminum Ware; ELECTRIC Curling Irons, Chafing Dishes, Toast
ers, Irons No. U and No. 0, Water Heaters, Tea Kettles, Grills, Heating
Pads, Plates, Waffle Irons; Manicure Sets, Scissor Sets, Flashlights, Flash
light Lanterns, Victrolas and Records, Pocket Watches, Wrist Watches,
Watch Chains, Fobs, Ornamental Clocks, Carpenter Tools, Baseballs and
Bats, In-door Balls and Bats, Volley Balls, Trunks, Suit Cases, Traveling
Bags, High Chairs, Dining Chairs, Straight Chairs, Arm Rockers, Sewing
Rockers, Dining Tables, Card Tables, Stands, Chiffoniers, Dressers. .
In the Dry Goods Department
Fancy Handkerchiefs, Linen Handkerchiefs, Silk Handkerchiefs, Lace
and Embroidered Handkerchiefs, Sweaters, Wraps, Waists, Dresses, Lin
gerie, Silk Hose, Fancy Ribbons, Scarfs, Wool Coats, Rugs, Curtains, Im
ported Laces and Embroideries, Dress Goods, Dress Patterns, Perfumes,
Toilet Preparations, Scented Soaps, Face Powders, Cuticle Sets, Face
Creams, Combs, Hair Ornaments, Jewelry; CHILD'S Knit Sets, Booties,
Toques, Jazz Caps, Rompers, Suits, Bonnets, Spreads, Blankets, Robes,
Sweaters, Coats, Wash Suits, Dresses, Napkins, Table Cloths, Table Dam
ask, Cut Glass, Jardinieres; KOA Ash Trays, Blotter Pads, Book Racks,
Calabashes, Cribbage Boards, Card Boxes, Coasters, Crumb Trays, Darners,
Egg Cups, Glove Boxes, Handkerchief Boxes, Jewel Boxes, Napkin Rings,
Necktie Holders, Paper Weight, Pin Trays, Pipe Racks, Imported Perfum
ed Pottery, CLAR1DGE SHOP Handpaiuted China, Smoking Sets, and
Stands; METAL Ash Trays, Books Ends, Fern Dishes; LANDSUN Bowls,
Vases, Rose Jars, Statuettes, Smoking Stands; HAWAIIAN Curios, Souve
nirs, Calendars, Greeting Cards and Novelties; Wash Ties, Windsor Ties,
Four-in-lland Ties, Belts and Buckles," Golf Slirils, Sport Shirts, Negligee
Shirts, Army and Fancy Wooleif Shirts, Pajamas, Socks, Garters, Sus
penders; Panama, Straw and Felt Hats; Caps, Soft and Laundered Collars,
Boys' Shirts, Sweater Coats, Knit Jackets, Worsted Jerseys, Bathing suits
for Men, Women and Children, Men's Handkerchiefs, Cuff Buttons, Cuff
Links, Stick-pins, Finger Rings, Collar Buttons, Collar Pins.
Ukuleles, Guitars and Violins.
In the Japanese Department
Silk Embroidered Kimonos for Ladies and Children; Silk Embroidered
Jackets; Silk Baby Quilts; Cushion Covers; Crepe Kimonos for Ladies ami
Children; Silk Crepe; OH ton Crepe; Challis; Kimono Goods; Obi's; Fancy
Slippers; Lacquered Handkerchief and Glove Boxes; Sewing Boxes; Jewel
Boxes; Silk Lined Basket Bags; Embroidered Handbags; Leather Hand
bags; Lacquered Trays; Flower Pots; Flower Vases; Framed Pictures;
Waste Baskets; Mirror Stands;' Parasols; Pin Cushions; Ivory Brooches;
Ivory Necklaces; Pearl Necklaces; Glass Necklaces; Ivory Ornaments;
Fans; Lamp Shades; Sewing Baskets; Place Cards; Name Cards; Table
and Stand Covers; Dressed Dolls: Silk Scarfs; Silk Handkerchiefs; Ivory
Cigar and Cigarette Holders; Ash Trays; Match Holders; Papetries and
Correspondence Cards; Local View Postcards; Writing Paper and Envel
opes; Albums; Fountain Pens; Eversharp Pencils; Pencil Boxes; Desk
Calendars.
eceipt of ICE HOUSE GOODS
S.S. Hyades at Port Allen
Emporium
Hanamaulu Store
Supervisors Hold
Regular Meeting
The Conrd of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai heltl its regular
business meeting at Its office on
Friday, December ir, 1922. at 9
clock a.m., for the purpose otap-
proving n budget of expenditures
for salaries, payrolls, and for pub
lic improvements for 1923, besides
the transaction of other business
matters that came before it.
Present: II. D. Wishard, chair
man; T. liramit, J. I. suva, reu
Meniles. A. Menefoglio.
The board at once took up the
onsideration of a budget of Ex
penditures for salaries, etc for
1023. and after having worked on
the matter continuously up to al
most adjournment, by vote, unani
mously approved the following bud
get of expenditures, namely:
Salary, supervisor $ 4,500.00
Mileage supervisors 800.00
Incidentals, supervisors 1,200.00
Salary, attorney 3.G00.00
Incidentals, attorney 300.00
Salary, auditor 3,000,00
Incidentals, auditor 2.500.00
Salary, clerk 3,000.00
ilary, deputy clerk 1,500.00
Incidentals, rlerk 850.00
Salary, treasurer 3,000.00
Incidertals, treasurer 3,000.00
Auditing county books 200.00
Hoard child welfare 7,200.00
ounty law library 50.00
Discount and interest 400.00
District pounds 200.00
Expenses of election 4,250.00
Freightage 500.00
Official bond premium 600.00
Public parks 1,000.00
Weights and measures 250.00
Salary, sheriff 3,600.00
lncidi ntals, sheriff 3,200.00
Salary. I). S. Waimea 2,100.00
Pay of police, Waimea 4,920.00
Sllary D. S., Koloa 2,040.00
Pay of police, Koloa 3,000.00
Salary P. S., Lihue 2,400.00
Pay of police, Lihue 4,400.00
Salary D. S., Kawaihau 2,040.00
Pay of police, Kawaihau 3,960.00
Salary D. S., Hanaloi 1,800.00
Pay of police, Ilanalci 3,000.00
Special pay of police 4,440.00
oroner's inquest 1,500.00
Automobile plates 800.00
Salary, examiner of
chauffeurs
1,500.00
xpenses
Bureau of identification
alary, D. M., Waimea
District court and jail, '
Waimea
Salary, D. M Koloa
District court and jail
Koloa
alary D. M.. Lihue
Salary D. M Kawaihau
District court and jail,
Kawaihau
ilary D. M.,
District court
II ;ma lei
Salary, clerk of circuit
court
Salary,
court
ilary.
Ilanalci
and Jail,
reporter of circuit
of
probation officer
circuit court
Expenses, circuit court
Law books, fifth circuit
Support, Juvenile court
dependencies
Expenses, probation officer
Support and maintenance
prisoners
Expenses .witnesses
County jail
Water works:
Puukapele
Waimea
Kckaha
Kalaheo
Omao
Lawai
Koloa
Kapaa
Anahola
Moloaa
Ilaralel
Salary, county engineer
Salary, assistant county
engineer
Incidentals, county en
gineer
County road machinery
Itoads and bridges
Hospitals:
Waimea
Eleelo
Koloa
Lihue
Kealia
Kilauea
County building,
janitor's services
County lot and building
Eire department,
Waimea
Kapaa
Pension, K. Tuuki
1,750.00
1,440.00
1,000.00
1,440.00
500.00
1,500.00
1,440.00
500.00
960.00
100.00
2,220.00
2,220.00
1,800.00
7,500.00
400.00
1,000.00
500.00
6.000.00
1,000.00
7.000.00
250.00
1,000.00
200.00
2.500.00
500.00
500.00
5,000.00
1,500.00
500.00
500.00
SOO.OO
3.600.00
2,400.00
3,000.00
25,00'i.00
88,10".00
1 SOO.OO
600.00
600.00
2,400.00
600.00
600.00
400.00
4,000.00
50.00
50.00
$720.00
Wilcox for the purchase of one
share In the Ilaena Hut for $400
was approved against the appropri
ation for public parks.
A request (P.2085) from Mrs.
Louise D. Orote, teacher at the Ke
paa school for the building, at a
cost of $23.75, of an addition to
the Kapaa school garage granted.
A request (P.20S6) was received
from the county sheriff for appro
priations for the use of his depart
ment for next year; and another one
(P.20S6) for a 500 gallon tank for
storage of water for the use of the
new Koloa court house and the
jailor's cottage were filed.
request (P.20S7) was received
from the county clerk for appropri
ations needed for his department
for the coming year were filed.
Upon the motion of Mr. Men ifig-
llo, secorded by Mr. Brandt, the
sum of sixteen thousand, t venty-
five and 52 100 dollars ($10,025.52)
to be paid out of the available mon
eys in the General Fund, and the
sum of one thousand, one hundred
eighty-one and 2-100 dollars ($:,.!.-
02) to be paid out of the moneys
available in the Permanent Imp'ove-
mont Fund in the county treasury
was set aside, as additional appro
priations for the uses and purposes
as follows: "
GENERAL FUND
roads, Waimea 1,076.30
and bridges, Waimea 2, k-U "."
roads, Koloa 1.4:10.78
and bridges Koloa 3,;:"' .83
roads, Kawaihau 20
roads, Hanalel 2.291.S.1
and bridges
Oiling
Roads
Oiling
Roads
Oiling
Oiling
Roads
Hanalel
County lots
and builings
4,198.18
979.84
PERMANENT IMP.
Macadam, Waimea
Macadam, Hanalel
New school pipe line
$16,025.52
FUND
53.fr2
42.70
1.084.43
$1,181.02
The county engineer by unanimous
vote was given full authority:
1. To order a meter for the use
of the Koloa water works.
2. To purchase a truck for the
county gasoline engine.
3. To construct a new bridge ut
Hanakaape, Koloa landing.
4. To purchase one Ford truck
for Lihue and one Ford truck fr
Waimea.
5. To purchase one asphalt heater
for Koloa.
Emily Kealoha strip of land, at
Kapaa for public road (P.20C3). Mr.
Menefoglio moved that in order to
secure a better fire protection to
life and property that the board
vote to favor the exchange of this
strip of land with any public land
the Territory may think advisable.
and that the commissioner of public
lands be recommended to set asldo
this strip of land for road purposes,
ard being seconded by Mr. Mendes
tho motion carried.
At 1:00 o'clock P. M the meeting
adjourned.
Total $273,000.00
A demand (No. 20J) for super
viscors' mileage for $60 was approv
.i riimt the account bearing the
same title.
a ,1, .nisinil i So. 62C7) from the
Iniutapu under the will of A. S
TEACHERS' PENSIONS
The teachers' pensions, according
to the present law, promise a re'
duction as time goes on. At present
a teacher contributes one per cent
of hla or her salary and tho terri
tory sets aside a certain amount. It
tho pensions amount to more than
tho money provided for them, they
are scaled pro rata, according to
the funds available.
There are fourteen teachers on
the pension roll at present. Each
receives $600 per year this amounts
to $8.4t) for the year.
We understand that there are ap
proximately 175 teachers contribut
ing to the pension fund. For figuring
purposes, suppose that each teacher
contributes $20 per year to the fund.
This amounts to $3500. "When tho
act was put into operation there
were quite a number who joined
but it is doubtful if many have Join
ed since. As the present contributors
go on the retired list and draw out
and not put in it seems probable
that pensions will dwindle.
When the law was passed it was
considered quite unsatisfactory but
something to meet the demand and
it would be improved as time went
on.
As at present all teachers are
given tho same pension but all do
not pay the same toward it. Further
the teachers should have to pay
more and draw a pension pro rata
to what each contributes. It acts as
a pension and an Insurance for tho
teachers and the teacher must be
willing to bear his or her part to
ward that end. '
II. H. 11ROD1E.
Send your magazine orders (new
or old) to the K. C. Hopper News
Agency, Lihue, and they will be
promptly attended to. Phone 22. L.
Adv.

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