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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, October 13, 1914, Page 2, Image 2',
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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUESDAY. OCTOBER 13 1914,
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I Waimea Stables
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and uto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THK1R DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager. j
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
'CPVUIOMT UNDERWOOD.ftt.UNDtnWOOD. H. V.
CZAR OK RUSSIA WITH HIS WAR COUNCIL.
The Czar (Second From Left) Followed By The Russian Grand Dukes
And Members Of The General Staff.
Continued from page 1
A request P1053 from II. H.
Brodie, supervising principal, for
repairs to the teachers' cottage of
the Eleele school was received and
referred to J. H. Moraine with
full power to act.
A request P1054 from the
teachers of the Huleia school to 1 e
allowed to start a Sunday Scho.il
class in the school house, and also
to get one room of the teachers'
cottage screened that the teachers
may have some peace from the an
noyance the bugs and the mosqui
toes give them was received. By
unanimous vote the request to
itart a Sunday school class in the
school-house was granted, while
the screening of one of the rooms
of the cottage was left with Mr.
Reports P1045 on school build
ings, etc, from Hanalei, Hanama
ulu, Huleh, Kalaheo, Kauaa, Ka
uai High School, Kilauea. Koloa,
Koolau, Makaweli, Wailua and
Waimea were received and placed
The report P1049 of the
pound mtster for Lihue for the
quarter ending with September
30th. 1914, was received and refer
red to Mr. Menefoglio.upon whose
recommendation later on the re
port was approved.
The report P1047 of the Coun
ty Road Supervisor for the month
of September was received and
placed on file. The report is as fol
lows: " All ri.nl work went mi an ilurin,; the'
iiiimtli In l'iu'c until llic biu t're.-ilii't oamc
mi Si'iit. Hi it li . at which time about 20
in. hi' ruin tell in l.ihn.-, L'Jiu. Kawuibau
Mini apparently nmre in Hanalei District.
In l.ilnie District the principal damage
was the washing nut i the til! at Nawi
liwili; almtit Pin fii-t ,, the wide (ill ap
proach ii.tith of the culvert was washed
down liclow sea-level, aliout 2,0(10 yard
ot' mat' rial Ih'Hij; carried away.
A .-iuiiUr rtu-hoiit occtired at Niiun ilu
culvert where aUnil 41) feet wanhed out
at the Mouth end of the culvert.
No other considerable damage wa
done to the l.ihne roaiin.
At Nawiliwili a foot bridge was put
across the washout. At Nininalu the
washout ha- Ikvh lilli-il uHicieiitly to
In Kauuibun tin principal damage
was done at Anahola, where the bridge
and all foundations were swept away, in
cluding,' about ;!0 feet of the fill approach.
Not a stone of the mammary . abutment
center pier or pedestals lieing left in 1
At Anahola a temporary bridge has
luvn erected about 200 feet below and
the road opened for trallic on Oct. 3.
About 1000 yards washed out of the
roadbed 011 the grade at Anahola school.
One of the small concrete culverts near
Apolo's pluce on the Ilui land was part
ly carriedjaway with one end of the ad
joining fill. The small wooden bridge
at Thronas' place was carried away but
recovered. About a (MX) yard washout
near the top of Moloaa grade did not
interfere with tratfic. The big fill across
Moloaa stream was over topped and
about 1000 yards of the lower slope wash
ed oir. With the exception of replacing
the Anahola bridge all damages in Ka-
waihau can be repaired within a few
months by the regular road forces.
(Joint! into Hanalei District there was
a small washout say 500 yards in the li
near Koolau school where the culvert
At the Lovell place about 1H0 feet of
the big fill went out and the 10' arch
culvert demolished. I'otween l'ilaa and
Kilauea at the Dreadfruit trees the tun
nel caved and 50 feet of the fill washed
out at the two latter places. Temporary
lyuli;ei! were erected and the load open
ed 011 Oct. .'inl. At Kalihiwai quite
slide from above the old road came down
across the new grade near the turn at
foot of gra 1 '. This slide was removed in
a few das by sluicing. Several slide
occurredon the Hanalei side of Kalihiw.ii,
aggregating probably Io0 ) yards, a nar
row passage was cleaned by them. Large
slides oeeurre 1 on the new grade at Ha
nalei, leaving about 20' M yard- of debri
to be removed. At Hanalei bridge tin
south abutment was undermined letting
down the mauka wing and ah ait half of
the foundation, the lower half stoo I up
and helil the bridge but is eiacked and
Crumbled beyond repair. A new abut
ment is necessary. It is necessary to do
something more to strengthen the sup
port right away. 50 feet of the sand 11 1 1
at Waipa culvert on Hanalei side of same
was washed out, :l wung walls went but
the box culvert itself was left intact. I
did not go any further than Waikoko.
but I understand that there are numer
ous slides U'tween Waikoko and Wainiha
and that there was some damage at Wai
niha bridge. The road was open foi
light trallic, including automobiles as
far as Waipa in Hanalei on Oct. S.
In Waimea and Koloa Districts the
damage was slight.
Water Works: The tunnels at Akuli
kuli are finished and pipe for Kapun
Water Works has arrived. Pipe laying
towards Wail ouli began on the lith inst.
Schools: All school buildings and repair-
authorized have been finished ex
cept the new Kapahi school which will
At 2:00 o'clock p. m. the board
again met for business.
Ordinance No. 6 relating to es
trays was taken up for final con
sideration and together with this a
protest ftotn Kawaihau against the
passag.; of the ordinance was con
sidered. After a general discussion
had on the features of the ordi
nance, Mr. McBryde moved that
the Ordinance pass and become
effective as law, but there being
no second to the motion the chair
declared the motion lost.
Mr. Menefoglio moved that the
chairman on behalf of the Board
be authorized to make arrange
ments with the banks of a loan,
the same to be used for the uses
and purposes of the County of Ka
uai, and being seconded by Mr.
McBryde it was carried bv a un
Upon motion of Mr. Kkekela,
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio, a
Japanese land holder at Anahola
was given permission to lay a pipe
across the road which runs past
the Anahola school premises to the
I drain ditch immediately in front
I of the school and thereby enable
the laud holder to take water from
the drain ditch to his land situattd
near by; but the work shall be
done t o the satisfaction of the
County Road Supervisor.
Mr. McBryde moved that the
County Road Supervisor be author
ized to make arrangements with
the Koloa Sugar Co. to the end
that that company will renew its
2" water pipe at Koloa. Seconded
by Nlr. Menefoglio the motion was
l cari ied.
The County Clerk, upon his re-
iquet, was permitted extra clerk
for this mouth to assist that official
in his work pertaining to the com
ing General Election, Sin November
At 3:00 o'clock p. M. the meeting-was
adjourned, subject ro the
call of the chair.
! be .1.
ne in a week or so. M hool started
lit tliiu ltl:lii. til tln lllililli-lii'tl hllitdilli'
j last Monday.
j At 12 o'clock noon the Board
'took a re-cess to nu-et again at 2:00
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GENERAL JOSEPH JOIfFRK.
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