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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 9, 1915
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
I. J. Mahiai Kaneakua, County
Clerk of the County of Kauai.
Territory of Hawaii, do hereby
certify that I have, on the 22nd
day of January, A. 13. 1915, re
ceived from the Honorable Wade
Warren Thayer, Secretary of Ha
waii, a. Public Notice of Primary
Election, and in accordance with
paragraph 2 of Section 4 of Act
151 of the Session Laws of 1913, I
do hereby publish so much of said
Notice as is applicable to the Coun
ty of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
Notice is hereby Riven that in
accordance with the terms of Act
151 of the Session Laws of 1913 a
Primary Election for the purpose
of making nominations for county
offices within the County of Kauni,
as more particularly hereinafter
set forth, will be held on Saturday
the 13 day of March, A. I). 1915,
within the County of Kauai, Ter
ritory of Hawaii between the hours
of eight o'clock A. m. an:! five o'
clock p. M.
The county offices for which can
didates are to be nominated by
each political party at such Pri
mary Ejection within t h e said
County of Kauai are as follows:
One Sheriff, one County Clerk,
one Auditor, one Treasurer, ore
County Attorney, five Supervisois
as follows: One (1) from the
District of Waiinea. one (O from
the District of Koloa, one (1) from
the District of Li hue, one (ly from
the District cf Kawaihau, and one
(1) from the District of Hanalei.
The districts, precincts and poll
ing places in the County of Kauai
are as follows1
Sixth Representative District
Isiands of Kauai and Niihau.
Eirst Precinct The Island of
Niihau. Polling place, Niihau
Seeend Precinct The portion of
the District of Waimea, on the is
land of Kauai, west of the bound
ary between the Kekaha and Wai
mea plantations and a line in ex
tension thereof along the western
edge of Waimea valley to the
southern boundary o f Na Pali.
Polling place, Kekaha schoolhouse.
Third Precinct Th portion of
the district of Waiinea, on the is
land of Kauai between the second
t recinct and the bed of the Mahi
nauli valley. Polling-place, Wai
Fourth Precinct The remainder
of the district of Waimea. Police
place Makaweli schoolliouse.
Fifth Precirct The portion of
the district of Koloa west of the
west boundary of the land of Ko
loa. Polling place, office of the
McBryde Sugar Company at Wa
hiawa. Sixth Precinct The remainder
of the district of Koloa. Polling
place, Koloa courthouse.
Seventh Precinct -Thedistrict
of Lihue. Polling place, district
Court Room at Lihue.
Eighth Precinct The district of
Kawaihau. Polling place, Kapaa
Ninth Precincc The portion of
the district of Hanalei east of the
Kalihiwai stream. Polling place,
Tenth Precinct The remainder
of the district of Hanalei. Polling
place, Waioli courthouse.
(Seal) IN TESTIMONY
WHEREOF, I have hereunto set
mv hand and caused the Great
Seal of the Territory of Hawaii to
Done at the Capitol in Honolulu,
this 4th day of January, A. D. 1915.
Wade Wakrkn Thavi:k
Secretary of Hawaii.
(Seal) ' IN TESTIMONY
WHEREOF, I have hereunto set
my hand, and caused the Seal of
the County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, to be affixed hereto.
Done at the County Seat at I,i-
Lhue, this 22nd day of January. A.
i D. 1915.
J. MAHTAI KANKAKI A,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
TO CANDIDATES FOR MOMI
NATION TO COUNTY OFFI
CES, A N D TO BE VOTED
FOR WITHIN THE COUNTY
OF KAUAI AT T H E PRI
MARY ELECTION TO BE
HELD ON SATURDAY THE
. 13TI1 DAY OF MARCH, A. D.
Whereas a Primary ICleclion for
the nomination of candidates for
conntv offices within the Countvof
Kauni. Territory of Hawai:, will
be held on the 13th day of March,
A. D. 1915; and whereas by 'the
provisions of Act 151 of the Ses
sion Laws of 1913, it is required
that the candidates to be nominat
ed at said Primary shall file their
Nomination Papers with the Coun
ty Clerk' at least twenty (2(1) davs
prior to the dav for holding the
THEREFORE, notice is heieby
given that the Nomination papers
of the candidates fW nomination
to county offices within the Conn
tv of Kauai must be 'filed with the
undersigned at his office on or be
fore the hour of Twelve (12; o'
clock at noon of SATURDAY the
20th. dav of Ftbruarv, A. 1). 1915.
In order to be eligible for nomi
nation as a candidate for countv
office the candidate must be a citi
zen of the United States of Amer
ica and of the Territory of Hawaii
and must have been a dulv quali
fled elector of the County of Ka
uai for at least one ear prior to
his election; and-in case of the
members of the Board of Supervi
sors, the same qualifications are
required, and in addition thereto
they shall continue to reside with
in the di.-trict from which they are
elected during the period of their
incumlKMicy. and in the case of the
County Attorney no person shall
be. elected as such, who, in addi
tion to 11. e foregoing qualifications,
is nut a dulv licensed attorney
admitted to practice in the Su
preme Court of Hie Territory of
Hawaii and has practiced law in
the County of Kauai for at least
Each nomination paper must be
aceom paired by a deposit of a fee
of Ten Dollars C$10.00) and must
be signed by not less than fifteen
(15) qualified electors of the Coun
ty of Kauai or of the district for
which the person - nominated is a
Each candidate must and shall
at the time of filing his nomiua
lion papers, slate by what political
party he is nominated or of his
non-partisanship, as the case may
be, in order that such party affilia
tion or non-partisanship mav he
printed on the ballot in front of
the name of such candidate.
The name or names of the can
didate or candidates will be print
ed with the Hawaiian or the Eng
lish (language) equivalent, if such
there be if the candidate shall so
request the undersigned in writing
at the time of filing his nomina
J. Mahiai Kani-akda,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
Lihue, Kauai, January 26. 1915.
The Honolulu Construction &
Droying Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha
waiian Express Co. and Nieper's
Express, assure all Kauai passeu
gers arriving at or departing from
Honolulu of prompt baggage de
livery and courteous treatment.
Our drivers are experienced, relia
ble men. Advt.
The following arrived by the Ki
nau Wednesday morning from
Honolulu: (J. N. Wilcox, C. II.
Wilcox, II. Isenherg, C. W. Spitz.
Dr. Derby, C. IS. Young, Mrs. A
Silva, Miss Silva, C. F. Merrill,
C. M Sing and wife, S. K. Kaeo,
C.A.Scott, F. W. Fav, A. W
Hansen, W. F. Cory, Tan W o
! Miss Hashimoto, Miss T. Nagata
jshi, Y. Kai. Pah On and 46 deck.
The following arrived by the W.
:G. Hall Friday morning from Ho
(nolulu: C. C. Clark. F. T.
i Schmidt, and wife, Dr. Pratt, II. G.
(Spalding, Chuck Hov, Mrs. Tain
iLee.W.C. Parke. Paul Schmidt, A.
i Haneberg. K. Seifert. Jack L.
' Millegan. Tain Lee, Master Tarn
' Lee and 29 deck.
(Continued from p
Wa.tnea: Oiling Rds. Special
Road Tax Special Deposit
Koloa: Kukuinlono Rd. Contract
Road Tax Special Deposit 8"5 05
Lihue: Road Tax Special Deposit
Kawainair Akulikuli Rd. Contract
Knpahi IlMiustend Road
Road Tax Special Deposit
Hanalei: Kalihikai Beach Road
Road Tax Special Deposit 843.72
Financial Reports N o s. 1C0,
160a, 16()..a, and 160b for the.
month of December, 1914, upon
recommendation of the Finance
Committee, Mr. Gay. were ap
proved. Financial Reports Nos. 161, 161
a, 161aa, and lolb for the month
of January were referred to Fin
ance Committee for report.
Tne following school requisi
tions were referred to I H. Mor
agne with full power to act in each
case: Ktkaha school (P 1095),
for supplies; Waimea school (P
1096), for kitchen supplies etc:
Ivleele school UM097), for toilet;
Wailua school fP 10V9. for desk',
and extra buckets; Kilauea school
(P 1100), for a frame as a founda
tion for a grass hut.
A requisition for repairs to be
given the drinking tank of the
Huleia school was received, but as
the tank had already received the
needed repairs the requisition was.
ordered placed on file.
Reports (P 1101 ) o n school
buildings for the moti'h of Janu
ary last were received from Ami
hola, Ilacna Hanalei, Ilanamaulu,
Huleia, Kalaheo, Kapaa, Kapahi,
Kauai High & Grammar, Kekaha,
Kilauea, Koloa, Koolau, Lihue,
Makaweli, Wailua and Waimea,
and placed on file.
Mr. Gay moved that the County
Road Supervisor supply the Maka
weli school with desks necessarily
required for it at present, and
being seconded by Mr. McBryde
the same was enried.
The repart P 1102 of the Coun
ty Road Supervisor for the month
of January last was received and
placed on file. The report is' as
"KM.IS: A (uriv'ol 'Jo men ami I
teams is working on 1 1n- Mana romi ln-
twecti tin- lat Uy. crossing ami the
school house, 1 1 it' worst fart of the mad
is being graded up - 1-
to .! feet high
illlil IS fi l l Willi' on l"l.
IN' KMl.UA niSTWKT: The work
whs con Unci! mostly to homestead mads
mill ciiiitoiiii rs work mi tlic iiiam mail.
IN l.llll'Kthc work of Mini. ling up
was coini'li ted on the llalehaka ami Hu
leia mails. Sonic work was ilmic on the:
Wailua Kails' road, ItocU Is lieing haul-!
. . , .i i i .... i . i.i
eii lor rioran v Hero uic worn oi-aru is
washing away loo m ar the mail near
Wailua l.ri.luc $76 688 50
The KAWAIII.U' mini force have . '
put in the month coinnleting the Kapahi Upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
"I I ami tl' -railing on the Akn- sec0luC(i )y Mr. Gay. tne County
likuli ma.l, iM.th licimr contract johs. ' , .
un the latter the Akulikuli l.riilgc re- Road Supervisor was authorized
mains to ! put in. Considerable ':rk I to proceed with the macadamizing
was also done on the mad between Ka- .... , . , , .
pahi Camp and the school house. The woik in Hanalei on March 1st.
Kl'.AI.lA lirid- is being thoroughly next,
scrapped and painted. , . , ., .,
The authorized repairs to the KAI.I- Upon his own request Mr. Mc-
IIIK AI road in Hanalei district were r5rvde was granted leave of absence
mostly done this month. The remain-!. . ,
in. debris was cleared from the Hanalei tor a period of two months.
Krade. A concrete syphon was put in Qf tie rioarcys own motion the
and the grade improved at a jioint about
1-4 mile beyond the Koolau school. County Road Supervisor was ou
Othcr smaller repair jobs wore done ti10rizecl lo ask for bids for fur
throughout the district. ... ... .,
SCHMUI.S: l-j new desks were or- lushing this County with the neces
ilerc.l for the High School. Wv have on 8ar pipe for tne attet's Water
band di'-ks (iinasiL'iicd) lit W iiimea. j
All reiiu.s'uions received attention. orks at koloa, winch bids are to
ATi:i:VMl:KS:-A few n,eii were, be opened by the Board at its next
trench", the cement work i-.t the end of
the water tunnel was c plcted, cement
posts are Ih 'hil' put in lor marker all
aloKg the line. The capacity ..f the r."
pipe (i.M.oiHi gallons cr .- Hours,
iiit aboi I conal lo the (low of thespring
during dry weather,
A communication P 1103 from
li. M. Cheatham, of Kapaa re
questing repairs be given the Ole
heiia roads in Kapaa was received
'and the same was referred to Mr.
Moragre with full power to act in
A communication P 1104 from
Charles Gay, of Lanai, under date
of the 25th tilt., claiming rents
due him for the use of his land at
Waimea by the County for the
lattc r's Water Works at that place
was received and the Board, feel
ing that the claim was a just one,
instructed the clerk to ascertain
from the claimant the amount, of
A communication attached by
Clerk to P under date of the
25th ult from E. O. Hall & Son.
Ltd. and enclosing a letter dated
at San Francisco. Cal., Jan. 13.
1915, in regard to securing quail
for the Conntv of Kauai was re
ceived and placed on file.
Upon a verbal report from J. II.
Moraine the petition P 1088
signrd Oy M. R. Aguiar's family,
of Kapaa, for water to their lot
I was allowed, on condition, how
ever, Hint tne petitioners furnish
all the labor for laying the pipe to
be furnished by the County for
carrying the water to their lot.
At 12:30 p. m. a recess was taken
until 2:00 p. m.
At 2 ;00 o'clock r m. the meet
ing was again resumed.
Mr. McBrvde moved the appro
priation of the sum of $76,688.50
as additional appropriations, for
the uses and purposes hereinbelow
Supervisors $ 85.00
I'-penscs Liquor Licenses 300 00
Expenses of Election 1,000.00
Discount and Interest O.OO
Weights and Measures
Pay of Police:
Specials 907.00 5.707.00
Distiict Courts and Jails:
Waiinea - 251 00
Hanalei 33 00 481.00
County Ja'l 2.650.00
I'xpenses of Witnesses 340.00
County Building - 600.00
County Rd. Supervisor:
Incidentals: 705.00 2,55.00
Expenses of road work
Lihue: Huleia Road 3.600.00
Hanalei roads 2.000.00
Waipa 500 00
Wainiha 2,3000.00 4,800.00
County Road Machinery 2,000.00
Water Works: Koloa 1,700.00
; regular monthly meeting on March
I 3,. at iq qq o'clock A. M.
At 3:30 i'. M. the meeting was
; adjourned , subject to the call ot