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sent stated among other matters
that he wished to know definitely
before the next June meeting of
the Board of Public Instruction if
the County of Kauai will build
more school rooms, etc.
Definite action on school matters
however was by a unanimous vote
deferred until the next meeting.
Another communication from
Mr. Brodie as supervising principal
and of the same date, requesting
water tanks for the new Hana
pepe school was received but action
on same was deferred until the
Reports P 705 on school build
ings etc., from Kekaha, Kalaheo,
Koloa, Iluleia, and Anahola, were
received and placed on file. !
A request dated the 9th. ult, 1
from one Mr. K, Morita of Wai-I
mea Kauai, to be reimbursed iu the i
sum of $22. 15 for repairing work'
done to his automobile which was
damaged owing to the improper!
oiling of public road at Akta .HiUj
above Waimea, was duly received)
and bv unanimous vote referred to
the County Attorney for legal ad-1
A communication dated the 23rd, j
ult. from Win. C. Parke, Secy, of
the Lihue Plantation Co. Ltd.,
stating that a deed for the County
Building site in Lihue will be short
ly made for delivery to the Board
! of Supervisors was duly received
I and placed on file.
i In connection with the report of
Dr. Glaisver, re conditions of the
County Mules and read at yester
day's meeting, the Board of its own
motion voted to purchase three 131
new mules for Koloa; three 3 for
Lihue; two 2 for Kawaihau and
four 4 for Hanalei, and the chair
man was authorized to inaki
arrangements with the County
Vetennanian regarding tne pur
chase of the animals.
Dr. Glaisyer in conjunction with
the chairman was given authority
to sell the mules mentioned by him
in his report above mentioned.
A resolution adopted by the 2nd
Precinct Club Kekaha reads a s
To the Board of Supervisors,
County of Kauai,
At a meeting of the 2nd Precinct
Club the following resolution was
Resolved: That the Board of
Supervisors be requested to im
mediately furnish Kekaha with a
water wagon , as the roads are
rapidly going to pieces for lack of
proper sprinkling. Also that the
bridges at Kanaha-Kaloaloa-Kaau-waiakuakane-Kapunamaka-Pauabe
replaced by Culverts or substantial
bridges and the bridge at Hoea be
Signed Eric A. Knudskn
Signed Louis Kilauano
Also a communication dated the
23rd. ult, from the Kekaha Sugar
Co. Ltd., offering the use of its
mules for a watering cart between
Waimea and Waihawa charging the
County only for the days the mules
are used, and saving the County
feeding mules on days the cart is
not used, were respectively re
ceived, and upon consideration of
the matters, the Board upon mo
tion of Mr. McBryde seconded by
Mr. Gay and after accepting the
offer o f the Kekaha Sugar Co.
Ltd., authorized the Waimea Road
Authorities to take the sprinkling
cart now at Kleele aud after hav
ing it repaired, put it in use on the
roads mentioned, a n d that the
County to pay for the use of the
mules for the sprinkling cart the
sum of one dollar per head per day
of actual service.
A communication dated March
28th, 1912, from Mr. Joshua D.
Tucker, Commissioner of Publin
Lands, notifying of the extensioc
added to the Kapaa Park Reserve
was duly received and placed on
A communication dated the 16th,
ult. from Mr. Marston Campbell
asking for the donkey engine loan
ed to the County of Kauai by the
Territorial Government and which
is now in need of repairs, to be
sent to Honolulu Iron Works Co.,
of Honolulu, for repairs at the ex
pense of the Kauai County, was
received and placed on file.
Financial reports for the month
of April, 1912, viz: the Treasurer's
Rill; Auditor's R 111a;
Auditor's Trial Balance etc R 111
aa, and the Joint Report R 111b
were duly received aud referred to
the Standing Committee.
Upon motion of Mr. Gay second
ed by Mr, McBryde the Board ap
propriated the sum of $500.00 to
be paid out of the County Treasury
for road work in Niihau for the
Upon motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Gay, expenses for
road work in the different districts
. . .
Kealia . . . . " 8-9
Lihue . . May 10-11
for the current month were limited
Oiling Roads 1,000.00
Roads & Bridges 500.00
Koloa: Rds & Brdgs 500.00
Lihue: Oiling Rds 400.00
Rds & Brdgs 450.00
Kawaihau: Rds & Brdgs 600.00
Hanalei: Rds & Brdgs 420.00
Upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
duly seconded, he was given
authority to fence in a seven acre
school lot, situated at Kalaheo,
between the Kalaheo School and
At 12:30 o clock M. a recess was
taken until 2:30 i m.
At 2:30 p. m. the Board again
resumed its meeting.
Mr. McBryde to whom was left
the matter of removing the stone
wall about the Koloa School pre
mises reported progress and asked
for further time to report which
Upon motion of Mr. Rodngues
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an expenditure in tne s u in oi
$100.00 was allowed for putting
the new extension to the Kapaa
Park Reserve into good condition.
Upon motion of Mr. Lota duly
seconded he was given authority
to get a new dump cart made fcr
the County's road purpose in the
District of Hanalei.
The Board upon request of the
Auditor approved the sum of $75.00
as a further and additional appro
priation for the Auditor's inciden
tals, same to be paid out of the
At 2:45 P. M. the meeting was
adjourned subject to the call
of the chair.
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