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TltS OARDBN ISLAND, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 10, 1914
(Continued from page 1.)
Financial tcpoits for the month
of January , 1014, yiz: Treasurer's
(R 1)5).' Auditor's (R 145 a),
Auditor's Trial Balance eto. (R
145aa), and the Joint Report (R
1451)) were iceeived and referred
to the Finance committee for re
port. A requisition ( P 95S) for
supplies, etc. , from the Makaweli
school was received and referred
to Mr. Morague with full power
to act in the premises.
A requisition (1 y5-) from Mr.
C, (). Smith, principal, tor an ex
tra buimmg tor tlic use ni Kapaa
of the districts and the sources
and distribution of said water were
reasonably free from contamination
and pollution and suitable for pot
able purposes without danger to
public health were read and placed
l!y a yole the clerk was instruct
ed to notify the Territorial Hoard
of Health that as soon as the coun
ts will have available funds
matter of covering the Kilauea
school water tank and having it
properly screened will be attended
J. II. Moraine on behalf of the
committee reported adversely on
the rcqtkst (P 956) in behalf of one
Mrs. llapai Apu on the ground
that the claimant was not the
owner of the laud taken for road
purposes, and advised the denial
chool was also leceived and up-J of the request . The Hoard accept-
on consideration o f the matter
the County road supervisor was
v.iven full power to build the build
ing needed and also to build an
extra room for the use of the Ku'm.i
Communications from S. YV.
Tay. Sanitary Engineer of the
Territorial Hoard of Health m re
gard to certificates that the water
furnished by this county to its
schools and the residents in a few
ed tne advice aim uenicu me le-
Petitions Nos. )34, 94t) and
910a. resi'ectively for the laying
of water pipes for the residents at
Anahola and at the Kapaa Home
steads, and petition No, 946 from
Lawai for the extension of the
water main from I,awai to Piwai,
in Koloa, were severally denied on
the motion o f Mr. Menefoglio,
seconded by Mr. (lav.
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Petitions No. 947 for the ap
pointment of jos W. Aka as
superintendent of the Lawai Water
Works, and No. 962 for the ap
pointment of Mr. Win. Elliot to
that office were referred to Mr.
McHyde for report.
Petition No. 922 for the repair
of the Kalalau-IIaena road and
Petition No. 954 for the removal
the i of Hiel Kapu fiom the office of
Roadluna for Hanalei, by a yote
Consideration of the Bill (P945)
which provided for the taking up
and impounding o f estrays, by
general consent, was again deferr
ed to a future meeting.
For road work in the different
districts for the next ensuing
mouth, each of the districts, ex
cept Koloa, was allowed eight
hundred dollars, and for Koloa,
one hundred and fifty dollars.
Upon motion of Mr. Menefoglio,
seconded by Mr. Gay, the county
road engineer was authorized to
proceed with the extension work
pettaiuing to the Kalaheo water
works, but at a cost not to exceed
$400.00 for this month.
Mr. Gay, for the committee, on
reporting, recommended that
water rates shall be charged at
one dollar per month, and the
superintendents, except that for
Waimea, shall recivc as compen
sation therefor 10'f of the collec
tions, hor the YVaunea superinten
dent he shall be paid the sum of
$35.00 per month. The report was
accepted and approved.
Financial leports for December,
1913, being Nos. 144, 144a, 144aa,
and 144b, upon the recommenda
tion of Mr. Gay, were approved.
Auditors' Report (R 143) of
checking the Treasurer's books
was received and accepted.
Upon the motion of Mi. Gay
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio, the
county road supervisor was autho
rized to proceed with the breaking
of rock in preparation for road
macadamizing work in JIanalei
which will he taken up in the near
Upon the nominition of Mr.
Menefoglio, seconded by Mr, Gay,
Mr. George V. Mahikoa was
appointed roadluna for the Hanalei
Reports (P 960) for January,
1914 on school buildings etc.,
from Anahola, Haena, Hanalei,
Hanamaulu, Kalaheo, Kekaha, Ki
lauea, vvailua and V aimea were
received and placed on file.
Upon motion of Mr. Menefoglio
seconded by Mr. Gay, Mr. Mora
gne was authorized to put in drop
curtains for the Kilauea school.
Upon the advise of Mr. Mene
foglio, who reported on the reports
(PP 951 and 952) of the pound
masters for Waimea and for Lihue,
the same were approved.
At 12:15 P. M. the meeting was
At 3:30 o'clock p. M. a s- ecial
meeting of the Board was called
to order by the chairman. Present:
Mr. II . D. Wishard, Mr. Francis
Gay. Mr. J. Von Fkekela.
The object of the meeting was
the consideration o f a few ap
propriations which had been in
advertently omitted by the Board
at its meeting in the morning.
Upon the motion of Mr, Gay
seconded by Mr. P.kekela tne sum
of Si 15.55 were appropriated for
the following purposes:
Stationery $ 100.00
At 3:45 p. m. the meeting was
adionrned. subject to the call of
THE ORGANIZER OF
Payne Trying to Save Money
of Kauai Stockholders
F. N. Payne, the original pro
motor of the Humauma Oil Com
pany, visited Koloa, McBryde,
Kleele, Makaweli and Waimea on
his recent trip. lie came over for the
purpose of getting all the Kauai
stockholders in Humauma to give
their powers of attorney to G. N.
Wilcox, in order that a meeting
may be had at an early date for
the discussion of a plan which he
(Payne) has to present for getting
the property of the company on a
better financial basis.
On account of the death of Mr.
Pfotcnhauer, the departure of Mr.
Klamp and Mr. Hamburg from
the Islands and the absence of
other directors, the company is
practically without resident offi
cers. Election of new officers is
necessary at the very start. By get
ting the proxies of all stockhold
ers on the different islands in the
hands of a few men, Mr. Payne
figures that this reorganization of
the directorate will b e greatly
simplified. J. A. Kennedy, Presi
dent of the I. I. S. N. Co., will
get the proxies at Honolulu for
the island of Oahu.
Humauma is owned in toto in
the Hawaiian Islands, and Kauai
is particularly interested in it for
the reason that one third of the
stock is held on this island. It was
capitalized at $1,000,000, but only
363,000 shares at 50 cents per
share were actually issued, the bal
ance remaining in the treasury.
The company owns in fee simple
800 acres of quite valuable land in
the oil region, and has an expen
sive drilling plant. Efforts so far
to locate oil in piying quantities,
however, have failed, and opera
tions ceased sometime ago. Mr.
Payne has a plan which he thinks
will put the property on a paying
basis, and intends to lav the whole
matter before the stockholders in
the wav indicated above.
Mr. Payne was last here about
four years go. since when he has
been looking after the interests of
the company in California.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWIUWIU, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
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' all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
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Drinks And Death Rate
A prominent citizen of Kauai
sends to Tin; Gardkn Island the
following clipping from a Colo
ratle paper, on the above subject,
with the request that it be pub
Ivnglish insurance companies in
vestigating the death rate of
various classes of people, have an
nouncea mat ot ti,zi3 average
people, 1,000 die annually; of 61-
215 total abstainers, 560 die an
nually; of 61,215 liquor drinkers,
1 ,642 die annually, and in other
words, the death rate for the three-
classes is as follows: Average death
rate. 16.33 to the 1,000; total ab
stainers, 9.14 to the 1,000; liquor
drinkers, 26,82 to the 1,000. Kan
sas is conceded to be the dryest
state in the Union. The death
rate there before the advent of to
tal abstainers was 17 to the 1,000.
Now it is 7.5 to the 1,000 the
lowest in the world.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
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The tennis tournament, which
was to have started February 2 has
gone ovvi to March 2 Postpone
ment was found necessary on ac
count ot the bad condition of the
grounds, plus the fact that several
of the players wished to spend a
part of February in Honolulu.
Passengers In And Out.
The following arrived at Kauai
ports by the last Kinau:
H. Johnson, Mr. and Mrs. F. C.
Palmer, Miss Palmer, J. B. Black
shear, W. J. Dver, Mrs. M. Cum
mings, Mrs. F. Anderson, R. I.
Coleman, J (Juini, J. K. Naruse,
Sue Chung. W. I Seymour, W.
C. Parke. Henry Giles, T. A. Bur
ninghain, F. h. lames, h. M Fishel
II. Guff. F. Lohr, Miss N. Brown,
J. C. Bartel. Jr., George Houck,
O. J. Houck, I). Kaleikini and 60
Passengers arriving by the V.
G. Hall on Friday were:
K. S. Hosmer, I. Jacobs, A.
Horner, G. X. Wilcox, G. E.
Lucas. P. (). Schmidt. Mrs. F.
I.ohr, Misses A.. F. and A. I.ohr,
I,. C. Clark, C. B. Riph-v. MissO.
I.ohr, Master V. I.hr, V. I). Mc
Bryde. H. Kenagu. P. K. Palama,
W. G. Hall, Hee Fat. A. Kuhlman,
Tom Ahoy and 13 dc.k.
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