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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 17 October 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1916. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmona Editor TUESDAY OCTOBER 17 An Ideal Summer Resort Three weeks ago Tnrc Oai!Ikn Tsi.anu printed nn article from n Honolulu paper in which Oeorge K. Larrison, district engineer of the United States geological survey nnd superintendent of hydrography for tlto Territory of Hawaii, advocated a system of Hummer camps, and perhaps a summer lintel, in the upper portion of Wnimea disti ict around 1 Talcum mi nnd the Kokee stream. He pointed out .facts concerning elevation, temperature, physical-and general characteristics which cer tainly looked good on paper. Mr. Larrison's report and recommenda tions were unollicial, hut Governor Piukham has since found occasion to take cognizance of the same in a very favorahle way. In his report Mr. Larrison stated that he found a temperature of 8(5 (four degrees aliove freezing point) in this beautiful valley-mountain country, and in summer...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 17 October 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1916 3 CADETS WANTED G OVERNOR SETS FOR WEST POINT Tho following letter and enclos ures have been received from ftuv emor l'inkhiim: Attaeheil please find memoran dum, also le.ttcr addressed to the Colonels of tho various regiments of tho National Guard relative to the appointment of cadets to the United States Military Academy. It is desired that appointees from Hawaii he men who will prove n credit to tho Territory, and the more competitors the better t lie op portunity of selecting competent Towards this end, the amount of publicity is material. maximum desired. Respect fully, Li' li s Vj. Pinkiiam, Governor of llawnii. Honolulu, T. If. October 2nd, J 5)1 0. Announcement was made this morning by Governor L. K. rink ham, Commander in Chief of the National Guard of Hawaii, that ap plications for appointment to West Point should be filed with Brigadier General, S. I. Johnson, Adjutant General N. G. II., at as early a date as possible. The Gover...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 17 October 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY OCTOBER 17, 1916 EDUCTION IN THE IT or From National Republican Congrtssitncl mmilte, Riggs Building, Washington, D. C, Washington, ' D. 0. Oct. 3 He art ion in tlio high cost of living nminisrd in the Democratic plat rm of 1!12. in a "myth", declar- 1 Representative JuluiH Knhn, of nl., ranking minority member of le House Military Affairs Comniit- e, in a statement Riven out lierc winy. "In 1912 the Democratic , iarty romiscd tlio people of the United tates to reduce the hi eh cost of ving," said Mr. Kalm. "They ulminated against the protective nrifT and blamed the latter for con .rihutinp to the increase of prices fur food products of all kinds. This ,s the plank of that platform: " 'The high cost of living is a scri mis problem in every American home, The Republican Tarty, in its platform, attempts tot-scape from esponsibility for present conditions by denying that they aie due to a protective tariff. We take issue with them on this subject, and charge ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 17 October 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17, 1916, Williams Talks (Continued fiotn p:e;c l. slraigbt talk on life problem to the young men. Besides tlnso performances oilier activities made the program -a full one. lie wax the guest of the Mc.ld linna Club and the Wahnoa Literary Society and addressed them at their first meetings of the season held "Wednesday afternoon ami Saturday night, respectively. Sunday he fill ed the Rev. Mr. Lydgale'a pulpit in the morning and in t'ue evening that of the Itev. Mr. Oho, at Hana pepc. Following the latter meeting ho addressed Ye Kra Club, of Eleele. Dr. Williams' interests are main ly educational and his visits to the various schools were important en gagements Sunday afternoon, at the homo of Mr. S. W. Wilcox, he led an informal conference on edu cational matters. The question of educating island boys to come back from school and find their places here is a vital one to Kauai people and to such educators as Dr. Willi ams; and the discussion was ent...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 17 October 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1916 THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the Postoffice at Lihiie, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. ' Subscription Rates: Per Year $2.50 Six Months, - 1.50 Three Months f. 1.00 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates" on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. G. HOPPER, Business Manager LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 1) Naval Station Wrecked News lins been received by the navy department that the U. S. naval station in the Danish West Indies was wrecked by the recent hurricane. Monday Alternoon Berlin Trapped by enveloping movements of Gen. von Falken hayn's troops operating in Transylvania two Rumanian armies of in vasion have been badly cut up, one of them virtually wiped out. An Overseas News Agency despatch today savs that the Rumanian second army, retreating toward the border after a...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1916

2 SUGAR Raw, 0.52. Beets, no salu Mkt. Strong The Garden- Island Represents All Kiuinl. ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 43. LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY i i H M1H m (.mum Presidont JAred -PattM-son,, b,a,,? named thcn'mving'additionali -di with t h ;t?6rist i t u ti) n ni djrec'tdrsof the Chamber, who are the president' secretary,. artd treasurer. ...Tim fol lowing committees for the ensuing year h:M?' nlso" beAmsOianwdjitntyUVel', nalned being the chairman in ' each instance : . .'.I5'-: NonuinHui8xpnatQ.blisy A.J Rice, A. .T. Derby and- W.- 1 Sanr, born. --v.; ' '' ' MeniheVship-F';' Veber (Lihi)c);,' ID Mnhlujn,, K. RQcndahl, W. R, -Sims and A-.-Q- Marcaliiu'o, t' ' Finance II . P.. Faye, ,,E,i Cropp and G. W. Spitz '- Sanitation Dr F-. L. Putman, Dr. W. T.'Duhu, D"r " FAV ty'njan' . and J. A. Akina. ' 'ft", ' ' Freight Serviec--W.' .N., Stewart, F.'G. Morrow,' H. S.' Trusebtt, and John Fernandez. ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1916. HllliH I'l I ill WWII II I IIP 'I II il ' 1,1 11 1 H1 THE GARDEN ISLAND . EVERYTHING For The Issued Every Tuesday Morning J. Luther Derrriont Timmons i , I" If Editor- Eye and Ear TUllSDAY 1 OCTOBER 24' Mr Richard L Hughes Allliough not iinvcppete(l,,tl)i,,i'ItMh I MhMficliiVm LI'iluglio8,"nt Eleeli', lust Wi'dnrwlny niglit Civnii' as u giy.it slunk to tliis community. In the prime of life ami will on the roail to l;cqiuL.it a citizen of excep tional usefulness, his demise is regarded oiWHi islnjllWa puWic' niis fortune. r : -. ; Mr. Hughes was a young man of unusual force of character, and was to be found at all times allied with movements tending to the bet terment of moral, social and general conditions on this island. He en joyed the confidence of -everybody, and possessing a delightful personality and disposition was uniycrsd'$ l&od and respected; Men of 'maturcr years had predicted a spleiulid" future fJr him, niyUyiew wifh; th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. OCTOBER 24, 1916 3 I AT MAnr Til nn n mm no COUNTRY GREAT? (From the National Republican Congressitncl Commute ) . Washington, P. C, Oct 5 "In thin campaign year, when the voters, shall choose between two great polit ical parties", it is pertinent to ask, wliat made this country great? "The llrpublican Party ninde this nation great. HepuUiean principles, Republican policies, IJepublicnn statesmanship, 1'epublican legisla tion, ami Republican management of national affairs made this" coun try great great in its population, great in its wealth, great in its in dustries, great in its trade and com merce, great in its transportation and communication facilities, ami great in its prestige and power and influence throughout the world," declared Representative Dick T. Morgan, of Oklahoma, in a state ment given out here today. "'To understand how the Repub lican Party made this country great, go hack to its platforn of ISM)," continued Mr. Morgan. "There you will ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1916

4 THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY OCTOBER 24, 1916 iTElNT OF RECEIPTS S DISBURSEMENTS, COUNTY OF L FUND FROM JAN. 22(10 1916 TO OCT. I5TH 1916. KAMA RECEIPTS: i'as. Terr, of Hawaii tjirn. Inipr. Fund ftionsos .11. Water Work )ie A Costa Vry Collect's acas. Rcaliz's H Cash Jan. 22. HMO Verdrawn Oct . 15, 1910 ev. Stamps 70.482 51 18,114. 38 10,505.15 3,840.01 4,807.10 1,845.50 27.50 115,952.27 17,890.76 30,305.17 200.00 $ 170.414.20 DISBURSEMENTS: Current Expenses Police Department Road Department Courts A Jails Water Works Hospitals County Building Schools Sundries Interest A S. Fd Rev. Stamps " 11,539.50 17,237.30 102,908,31 15,490.68 7,948.18 3,209.35 1,499.92 2,451.32 1,107.80 6,755.78 170.214.20 2(X).0() $ 170.414.20 RECEIPTS: detailed Statement of General Fund reasurer, Terr, of Hawaii: Taxes 03,720.73 Interest on Bonds 3,555.09 Sinking Fund on Bonds 3, 200 .09 'ernianent Improvement Fund: H of 873,777.52 Property Taxes Licenses: I Sundry Licenses 13,005.15 Liquor Licenses 3,500.00 ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1916, Passengers Arrived The following arrived by tho Ki nau Wednesday morning: A. H. Wilox, Mrs. A. S. Wilcox mid maid, A. Souza, Bev. II. Judd, C. A. Franz, G. II. Holden, Jno. Mo derios, M. Ozaki,' Mr. and Mrs. Donald, Ming B. Donald, Miss II. Donald, Miss Yamamoto, M. A. Knock.Mrs. Knock, Miss K. Cricke, E. A. Smith, A. S. Hitchcock, A. E. Hitchcock, J. F. Bock, Rev. and Mrs. J. P. Erdman, Mrs. II. Rodryna, G. Kanasaki, T. Muraka mi, Mrs. L. Waiamnu, A. V. 'Peters, Mrs. Wong, J. M. 'Spalding, Z. S. Spalding, Mrs. Senni and 2 maids, Mr. and Mrs II. Anderniann, Rev. J. A. Akana, Frank Scudder, W. E. Shaw, Mrs. A. Silva, Miss Gaald, Mrs. J. Fritsche, SidSpitzer, C. T. Lewis, D L. Austin, W. II. Fricdly.A.B. Corcaran.F.E. Howes, E. Kopkc, A. Haneberg, Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Orth, Mrs. Castro, Master Castro, C.L. Hall, H.Lovcll, C. Jacobson, Mrs. W. Werner, Miss C Werner. The following arrived by the S.S. Maui Friday morning: H. T. Bar clay, Mrs. Br...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 24 October 1916

u - rro . 3cn 11. no ryV caif it ( ver rci- Lie) t r H ri 5 D THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 24. 191G THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO, LTD. j Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of -THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. ' Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year, $2.50 tlsix Months 1.50 "Three Months, . - -r - L0 r ' Subscriptions Payablc.in Advance. fSpace Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager In run Circuit Coukt o p Tint I?n'Tii Judicial Circuit, Timkitokv of Hawaii. of LATEST WIRELESS (Continued from page 1) Most Hare Guarantees The Kritish foreign ministry aniiounced to press correspondents to day that in event of proposals for peace Great Britain would require guarantees of Germany, in view of the fact that Germany forced the war. Monday Alternoon Berlin Newspapers agree that the act of Adler in murdering the premier ot Austria ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1916

Miss PJsio Wilcox. The Garden Muiul Represents AM Kiiuhi. Raws, tt.o'l. I!eets;.no "ale. ' Alkt: Wiivcrhifr "Slightly ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 44. LIHUE. KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31. 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR- 5 CENTS PER COPY I 'l, ft m m u -m. -. 11 wmmm TODAY'S AND LATEST NEWS BY WIRELESS The Knuni Chamber of Cominurcc held its October meeting in the Court house fit Waimea last Thurs day afternoon, President Fred Pat terson in the chnir. Minutes of the annual and ban quet sessions held in August were read and approved The chair formally announced the death of Mr. Richard L. Hughes, a member of the Chamber. Mr. II. D. Wishard moved that the president, secretary and treasur er act as a committee and prepare suitable resolutions on the death of Mr. Hughes, a copy to be Pent to the family of the deceased and the same to be spread upon the minutes of the Chamber as a part of tho re cords of the December meeting. Carried. President Patterson anno...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1916. i r j f : i ' t i 5 ; It r THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY OCTOBER 31 It sk.km to us tli:it 1 ho nnaiici.il dilliailtics of the city nnd county of Honolulu couM lie nu t ly ;in increase in property taxes to 2 1-2 per. cent, for one year (1!17). Trojiorty owners nrc unquestionaMy most interested in tin improvements living uracil at tlio present time, nnd it is their property 1 lint would be most n fleeted to the good ns a result of those improvements. In view of the prosperity of the Islands now it would le a cheap trick to saddle upon posterity a bond issue which Ho nolulu can avoid without feel in if it. As 1!)17 is "legislature year" such an increase in the assessment would probably have to be authorized by our law-making body, but that should not be a difficult matter. Summer Camps At Halemanu The idea of making a public summer resort of the Halemanu neigh borhood is not new, For ma...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1916

THK GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. OCTOBER 31, 1916 Chamber of Commerce (Continued from page .) Kotel Hint a commission, nppoint- od partly 1 y tin- governor and part ly lv t ho Chamber, lm created to ' investigate the property, road ' sHhmih-h, etc. It wax n beautiful site for just, purh n purpose as hail been suggested and In- would like to . POO the idea fully developed. 1 Hon J. II. Coney said the suin- " mer park idea wan Rood, but the eost should be taken into considera tion right at the start olT. It should ' lie 1orno in mindth.it keeping up parks cost a groat deal of money. . Where was that money coming from " in this case? Mr. Wislmrd was not alarmed about the expense. The proposition 'was to make it a eai.ip site, which would not necessarily Ik; expensive. The s-enery was th're' and could not be improved upon, and as the land would shortly be available and useful for little or nothing else, it should be turned into a camp site. The speaker heartily support ed the suirgeption of M...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1916

'THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY OCTOBER 31, 1916 HOW DEmOGRATS GAVE US ECONOMY From the Republican Congressional Committee) Waalu'ngton, D. C. October 15 , i iiu juu price oi giiHouuc, which . affects the owner of every automo bile in tho country as .well as all business houses which use gasoline trucks; the high price of print paper, which has affected every newspaper and publication in the United States, particularly the own ers of the smaller newspapers; the .high price .of binder t wine which is "costing the fanners million of dol lars'all these increased expenses atleeung .millions of our citizens and costing them billions of un necessary expense, is due to Ihe Wilson administration and the Democratic party", declared Hep- ARBOR-DAY TREES ii HOW AVAILABLE resentative Ilalvor Steenersoii,, of Minnesota, in a statement here to lay. "The Democratic party prom ised economy and gave us extrava gance. It promised lower cost of living but it has gone up and is still going up. . It promise...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1916

THE GARDEN. ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1916, Jr.. r i '4 AGR CULTURE PUBLIC SCHOOLS There is a commendable increase of interest in the public schools in the subject of elemclary agriculture, with the result that gardens are blooming out in connection with many of them, and the air is full of boyish talk alout vegetables, and voluminous crops are sold in imagi nation long in advance even of the planting of the seeds. The follow ing from one of the boys in the fifth grade of the preparatory depart ment of the High School will speak for itself. It is of the nature of Special Correspondence for The Garden Island, not school composi tion work : FARMING ON MY GARDEN. As I went down to the place where I was going to make my gar den I swore under my breath, be cause the men from the plantation had dug up the land with a plow. It is much easier to dig the land with a pick. But, however, I went to work. "I am going to have this place" I said. "No, you're not" said an other fellow "Its for me...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 31 October 1916

S5 THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. OCTOBER 31. 1916 HUGARD CO. fr. V Delightful Music Novel Conjuring Startling Illusions Clean Comedy Beautiful Scenery Every Item Guaranteed New To Kauai. Australia's Greatest Entertainers r. .Now Touring The World And Greeted With Record Success. M. Jean Hugard, Australia's Leading Conjuror Miss Myra Errington, Balladist and Instrumentalist Miss Millie Clare, Comedienne M. Carroll, Solo Pianist Ching Sung Loo & Company World's Greatest Chinese Conjurors. REMEMBER THESE DATES KOLOA HALL Tues. Oct. 31 LIHUE sS?lall Wed. Nov. 1 WAIMEA HALL Thur. Nov. 2 Three Nights Only Don't Fail to See The Most Beautiful Illusion In The World. The Birth of The Pearl The Puzzle of Two Hemispheres The Great Rifle Feat. The Most Novel of Musical Instruments The Silver Spinning Coins. The Honolulu Papers Say: Hugard's is the Best Enter tainmant Of its Kind Yet Seen Here. Admission 50c Reserved Seats $1.00 Children Half Price If You Forget it You'll Regret It! THE GARDEN...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 November 1916

8, W. Wilcox. SUUAlt Ilaw?, (l.fil?. Poets, no suk Mkt. Steady The Giirtlcn IhIiuu! Represents All Kiiuni. ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 45. LIWJE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CEN1S PtR CCPY 9 MEETING M M Alio regular monthly business meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the County of Kauai was held at the usual place on Wednesday, November 1st, 190(5, at 10 o'clock A. M. Present: II. D. Wishard, chair man; T. Brandt, W. D. McBryde, Joe Rodrigues. A. Monefoglio. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The Board, after examining the several' demands submitted, ap proved them to bo paid out of the following appropriations, viz: Salary County Rd Supervisor 225.00 Pay of Police: Specials 180.Q0 Waimea 205.00 Koloa 155.00 GRAND JURY RAPS FILIPINO HABIT The Circuit Court began its No vember term last Wednesday morn ing, and the trial jury "will begin the hearing of cases tomorrow. The Grand Jury met on the f...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 November 1916

THR OARDKN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7, 1)16 2 - - ; - - ' mi II 1 1 II nwrnHTTTTT'flH! WiH1 EVERYTHING THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning fillip 'g32 : For The Eye and Ear Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY NOVEMBER 7 Higher Prices For Goods "Yes, the plantations pay u a large lxnuw and you take it, hack again. " That is the meaning of remarks frequently made by laborers to storekeepers of Kauai. The complaint conies principally from Portuguese, ninety per. cent, of whom do not read the newspapers published in English and compara tively few read any papers at all. Japanese arc great readers of their own papers and are consequently lietter informed; while the Chinese and Filipinos seem also to have clearer ideas as to the situation. The present high prices do not mean that the merchant is making largo profits. In fact, quite the contrary is the case. Kauai merchants have made a desperate effort to hold prices down, but have been at the mercy of world conditions and ha...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 November 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1916 3 SUPERV1R0RS MEET hi (Continued from pnge 1.) 11101(10111.113: Attorney Auditor Clerk Sheriff Supervisors Tron surer 25.(K) 13.',. 15 r.i .2.-, 220.)(i 48.-10 41.20 Co Rd Supervisor NiO.OO (iSr,.((i Lighting Tub. Ground it Parks 3. SO Schools: Furniture & Fixtures i)2.01. Janitor Servioe tfc Supplies 3;to.o;) Rep. & Main. Soli. ' Bldgs & Grounds 71.0' 502.12 Rep. Soli. Houses & Tolirs' Cottages !).",.0() Stationary 24.70 Support of Prisoners Ki3.(0 Water Works: Waimea 35.00 Kalahoo . 212.55 Koloa 23.10 Kawaihau 340.55 r.11.20 Weights Measures 100.00 Roads: County Road Machinery 0S. 18 Waimea : Oiling Roads 52.9( Roaks & Bridges 450.05 50!). 01 ' Koloa: Oiling Roadt 31.2S 500.26 Roads V Bridges 504.57 Lihue : Oiling Roads 34.28 Roads & Bridges 278.85 313.13 . Kawailmu: Macad: Kealia 4,310.78 Roads & Bridges 701.77 5,072.55 llanalei: Oiling Roads 30.00 Rds it Bridges 1,070.97 1,101.82 Total 13,831.1)4 The Financi...

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