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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914,
Continued from page I
i given to T. Blaekstad, of Waimea,
'to cut down algerooa tree grow
ling on the government lands which
I are detrimental to t h e Waimea
biidge was received and placed on
A communication dated the 2nd
inst P 1056 from Mrs. S. D.
Heapy, principal, in regard to an
offer from Mr. Faye of Kekalia to
County Road Machinery
Oiling Roads: (R. T S, D.)
Road Tax Special Deposites
A teintx rary brido was erecti-d across
tin; wa-'liout at Nawiliwili.
The kawaihau rond forces were em
ployed between AiihIioIh and Moloaa
where most all minor damages have
The lumber for the temporary bridge
at Anahola lias been delayed two weeks
but arrived this morning and the bridge
will lie up in a week or ten days barring
high water. The remninder of the Ana
hola lumber w ill Ik- used in a bnlirt
move the Mana school buildings to over the small washout at the culvert
anothef locality was received and j m"ar Pt,,, s. P'""-
Roads & Bridges
Roads and Bridges 1,963.05
Road Tax Spec Deposits
Roads & Bridges 1,655.36
Road Tax Special Deposits
Roads & Bridges 2925.62
Road Tax Special Deposits
Total $ 22.094.82
Upon recommendation of J. H,
Moragne, Countv Road Supervisor,
the bill of Geo. W. Mahikoa,
being Demand No. 4453 for pay
for services rendered and as road-
luna for the district of Hanalei,
amounting to 5166.50, was approv
Upon the motion of Mr. Mc
Bryde, seconded bv Mr. Menefog
lio, the sum of Eight thousand,
five hundred and sixty-seven dol
lars ($8,567.00) was appropriated
as Additional Appropriations for
the purposes named below, the
same to be paid out of moneys
available in the County Treasury,
County Building Janitor Service
County Lot & Bldg. 50.00
District Courts & Jails:
consideration of the same was de
ferred to a future meeting.
A communication dated the 1st
inst fP 10571 from Helen S. Cum
mings, writing for herself and on
behalf of three other teachers of
the Waimea School, which request
ed the Board to do something re
garding the rent which they have
to pay for the cottage they occupy,
and a communication on the same
matter written by her and three
other teachers and addressed to
Mr. Brodie. the supervising prin
cipal, also a eonimunition from H.
H. Brodie. supervising principal,
on the matter were received and
upon consideration the request was
refused bv a unanimous vote.
Another communication dated
the 12th tilt (P 1058) from K. M.
Wilson, a teacher of the Koloa
school, which asked if the Countv
will pay the rent, or at least a part
of it, for the house that she and
her sister is occupying was also
received and upon consideration
of the same the request was refus
The following requisitions were
received and referred to J. H Mo
ragne who was given full authority
to act in each case and as he may
see ht: lrom tne Koioa sciiooi
(P 1059) which asked for a float.
ing ball for fhe schools' water tank
and for supplies; Hananiaulu
school (P 1060) which asked to
have the water tank and pipes
cleaned; Wailua school (P 1061)
for one dozen grass knives and
three bars of common soap; Kapa
hi school (P 1062) for desks,
chairs, supplies, etc.; Koolau
school (P 1063) for grass knives
etc.; Hanalei school (P 1064) for
supplies etc. and from the Lihue
school (1065) for repairs to the
Reports ( 1066) on school build
ings, etc., for the month of Octo
ber last were received from the
schools at Anahola. Haena, Hana
lei, Hanamaulu, Huleia, Kauai j ,K,t in'.ooo gallons jut 24 hours. AVhen
High '.School . Kalaheo, K a pa a, j '"'w- " v"r" "r ''
, , , . now was U.i,iX gallons r then about,
kekalia, Kilauea, koloa, koolau, T., , ,, ri , , t
1 ' j Jlie iiuiiiIht ot customers for Kapiui
Lihue 2, Makaweli, Mana, Wai-! Water Works has increased about tiO -r
lua, and Waimea, and were placed cent since the first year. Some of the
In Hanalei: At the Hanalei Bridge
piles were driven in order to support the
bridge while the old demolished abut
ment is leing cleared out and the pro-;
posed concrete abutment put in. The !
bridge is now safe on itstimlcr supports.
The big slides on the new Hanalei. grade '
were mostly cleared away and the road I
opened for vehicles last week. !
The road machine was used between j
Hanalei and kalihiwni also through Ki
The luinlvr lias arrived for a strong
trestle-bridge at the Lovell place and the
bridge is to Ik- erected without delay.
I have lieen informed that the old
pile supports to the Waiuiha bridge are
in a dangerous condition. At this place
we have done small patch work for
several years in order to carry it along
till jH-rinaiient supports could In- put in,
but the time lias now come for something
substantial to be done.
In regard to macadami.ing at Hanalei:
If then- is money enough I would like
very milch to finish the job where the
crusher hot. stands: the work remaining
to Ik- done is about 2CXX1 feet to reach
the top of the new grade and to over
haul the new grade from the crusher up
through the quarries, a distance of 1500
feet, about $1500.00 will lie required.
In regard to macadamizing the Wai
koko to Haena section and the Hanalei
Landing road, for which work tenders
were duly advertised for to lv opened by
the Board of Suervisors at 10 o'clock
Oct 7th, I received no correspondence in
in regard to same. No calls for specifi
cations. Water Works: At Kapaa the pijK was
laid to the Wailua schoolhouse. About
2000 feet of 1-2" and 1-4" pipe was
brought and hud from the 2" main at
Xeilson's house towards the school, the
old 1" and 3-4" extending to the school.
All along this new line there seems to be
a lack of pressure or else a. shortage of
water. About 20 subscril)ers are to lie
At Akuliknli the tunnels are complete
and trenches back filled, also ditching
The pipe trench across Kapaa stream
and valley has been dug where pipe lay I
ing is about to ln-gin. The 0" pipe will
probably lie connected and in operation
by the end of November.
When the li" pipe is connected to the
:V main the pressure into the hitter wil
be increased considerably and it is to lie
hoped that the flow will be considerably
At present the :!" main is delivering
Cty. Rd. Supervisor
New School Bldgs:
Koloa (Bal. Kalaheo,1 112.00
Kawaihau (Kanahi) 475,00
Repair Schools and Teachers Cot-
customers are careless and leave their
taps running. There are two rice mills
using water for their gas engines at the
same rate as other customers. There
possibly may be leakage some place. I
instructed the supnntendent ol water
works to make thorough investigation at
tlio I utility's expense and he reports
everything O. k.
Still there is no pressure on the new
2" pipe. There is something wrong and
investigation should Ik- made.
A part of the system as planned j the
construction of a large cistern on the hill
near Mr. Hundley's and the tijne is near
when this cistern is needed.
At 12:00 o'clock noon the Board
took a recess until 2 00 o'clock
Mr. McBrvae moved that the
sum of two hundred dollars to be
drawn out of the Game Fund be
expended for t h e purchase of
mucking birds for the use of this
County and that he and D. P. R.
Isenberg of Honolulu act as pur
chasing agents for the Board, and
being seconded by Mr. Meucfoglio
the same was carried.
Upon the motion of Mr. McBry
de seconded by Mr. Menefoglio
the sum of eleven hundred dol
lars was appropriated as Additio
nal Appropriations for the pur
poses named below, the same to
be paid out of moneys available in
the County Treasury, viz:
Nawiliwili Bridge $500.00
Anahola Bridge 600.00
The Financial Reports Nos. 157,
157a, 157a, and 157b for t h e
month of September last were ap
proved upon the recommendation
of Mr. McBryde to whom thev
were referred for examination and
At 3:00 o'clock p. m. the meet-
way bridge to the Wailua Hat. A w.-. k : illH was ad iourned but snl,;f t t.
me nuuiu mm jjci mission was or so ol eamluig remains to be done.
Countv Road Machinery
Rds & Bdgs.
Salary Countv Rd. Supervisor: (3
A communication dated the 27th
ult P 1067 from Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. lohnston, teachers of the
Huleia school, thanking the Board
for the material furnished for
screening a room of the teachers'
cottage at Huleia was received and
the same placed on file.
The County Road Supervisor's
Report 1068 for the month of
October last was received and
ordered placed on file. This report
in substance is as follows:
"Waimea District: The worst places
on the Mana road wen- drained and are
now in fairly good order.
The grade approach to Waimea Bridge
was cut down and the stonewall paraicts
are now licing put on.
Some oiling was done between Camp 4
In regard to the proposed relocation of
the Mana road from Waiawa to Mana
school I went over the proposed route
(along the upper ditch) with Mr. H. P.
Faye, the manager. While Mr. Faye
does not seriously object to the new loca
tion he is strongly against building the
new road at this time, claiming it would
lie a foolish expenditure of money so long
as other more important County roads
remain unimproved. Mr. Faye recom
mends that the present road U- raised in
the worst places by excavating large
tvnehes on each side, that the whole
road Is' o ce cleared and rounded Xlt
and that no macadamizing he done.
After the road is once worked over in
the above manner Mr. Faye proposes
that the plantation take care of it for an
indefinite length of time for the sum of
I J500.00 a year.
$ 8,567.00 Koloa District:
The repairing of the
Financial Reports Nos, R. 158, 1 r'.'atl tl''l,K'' the Koloa gap was com.
i , co ,c i n ,,,, , , pleted, the repairs extending to the llalf-
R 158a, R 158aa, and R. 158b for ir: i . ti - n . .
I way J. ridge. J lie roller was sent hack
the month of October last weie re- to I.awai in order to spike and sand the
ceived and took the usual course, road from I.awai bridge to Kalaheo.
A communication P 1055 from ,'imw I,is,ri, t: Sanding and trimming
ti macadam roads was continued, the
main road is now sanded from the Half-
Mr. J. D.
Lands, which advised
1 the call of the chaii.
On Thursday, October 15th, the Mutual
Telephone Co., Ltd., will inaugurate a
Night Lettergram Service between Inter
Island Points, and between the Territory
and Mainland Points.
Between any two inter-island points a Night-Letter
gram will cost: 25 words (including address, prefix
and signature) for $1.50, and 5 cents for each addi
Night-Lettergrams will be received at any time
during the day (up to 5 p. m.) for delivery the
following morning. Messages musl be in English k
only. Contents can be business or social.
Night-Lettergrams intended for mainland (or in
ternational) points will be received at any station,
sent to Honolulu immediately, and turned over to
the Forwarding Company so message can reach
its ultimate destination the following morning.
For instance: a 25-word Night-Lettergram from Hilo
to Denver would cost-$1.50, Hilo to Honolulu; $2.71,
Honolulu to Denver; total, $4.21 (only 17 cents the
NOTE: This Night-Lettergram service does
not apply to messages to and from ships at sea.
Inter-island stations are: Honolulu, Oahu; Kawaihae,
Hawaii; Lahaina, Maui; Lihue, Kauai; Kaunakakai,
Mutual Telephone Co., Ltd.
Oculist Coming I
Dr. Seymour, president of the
Standard Optical Company, will!
make a trip either next week or
the week after, from Kealia to
Waimea, Those wishing to see
him regarding their eyes will please
drop him a card at ins Kapaa
homestead, addressing Kealia,
The Honolulu Construction &
Droying Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha
waiian Express Co. and Nieper's
Express, assure all Kauai passen
gers arriving at or departing from
Honolulu of prompt baggage de
livery and courteous, treatment.
Our drivers are experienced, relia
ble men. Advt.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Estate of David Kealahula, de
eeased. The undersigned, having on the
31st day of October. 1914. been
dulv appointed administrator o f
the Estate of David Kealahua, de
ceased, notice is hereby given to
all persons having claims against
the estate , said decedent to pres
ent the s.n.ie at the office of S. E.
Hanntst.nl , Lihue, Kauai, within
six (6) mouths from the date of
the first publication of this notice,
or they will be forever barred.
Dated, Koloa, Kauai, Novem
ber. 2nd. 1914.
S. E. Hannestad, Attorney tor
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Has some one sold you a shoe supposed
to be Packards, but without the Packard
If so, you have been fooled.
Worse than that, swindled.
Every Packard shoe has the Packard
You can't miss it, look for it.
Prices $4.50, $5.00 and $5.50.
Mclnerny Shoe Store Honolulu
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Two seater and double rum
ble Overland automobile in good
condition. Will sell for cash very
M. J. Fassoth, Makaweli.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
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