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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, March 16, 1915, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 16, 1915
C W. SPITZ, Prop,
NAWiLIWIU, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
" all hours Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai -
$3.00 will buy a
pair Youths', Boys'
or Men's Black or
Every pair guaran
teed. Low in price.
High in quality.
One Pair '
Excelsior Boy Scouts
of Ordinary Shoes
Yon will be simply amazed at the
length of time these boys' shoes will
wear. Vet tbey are soft and tit like a
glove. Material is genuine Elk leather,
tanned by our secret process. Soles are
specially fastened, can't pull off, and will
outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes. No
linings. Oreatest boys' shoes ever made.
j Mclnerny Shoe Store Honolulu j
ORDKli A BOX OF
Haas's Delicious Candy
BENSON, SMITH & CO., LTD.
Box 4''(i. Honolulu
Aroortwl Chocolates ami lion lions (i.rc iht pound;
two pounds. Milk Chocolate 50c small box; $1.00
lurj) box. Xii oliaw for pustule.
High Class Watch and Jewelry Repairing
All Work Guaranteed For One Year.
J. M. SILVA
Waimea, Kauai. P. O. Box 50.
(Continued from page 1.)
There were three bids for furnish
ing the county with a rockcrush
er and outfit, they being from Cat
Ion, Neill Co., Ltd., Honolulu
Iron Works Co., afod- the Lynch
Co., Inc.,. all of Honolulu, and
were referred to J. H. Moragne
As the Board has to issue pro
clamation for a General Election
to be held withiil the County oil
May 4, next, for the election of
County officers, the Board, of its
own motion, and after accepting
the document prepared by the
County Clerk for the purpose, or
dered the same signed and issued.
Mr. McBryde moved the appro
priation of the sum of $991.52 as
additional appropiiations for the
purposes named below to be paid
out of moneys available in the
County Treasury, as follows:
Incidentals: Supervisors $ 50.00
Support of Prisoners 2,400 00
Akulikuli road contract 600.00
Kukuiolor.o road contract 221.52
Kapahi homestead road 500,00
Water Work: Waimea $ 400.00
Registration, Automobiles 10.00
Expenses audit county bookslOO 00
Reports on school build
ings for the month of February
last were received from Anahola,
Haena, Hanalei. Huleia, Kalaheo,
Kapaa, Kapahi, Kekaha, Kilauea,
Koolau, Lihue, Makaweli, Wailur,
and Waimea and were received
and ordered placed on file.
The report of the county clerk
on nomination fees received by
him from the candidates for va
rious county offices voted for at the
primary election held March 13,
1915, was received and placed onlile.
A communication dated the 19lh
ult. from Henry C, Hapai, regis
trar of accounts, enclosing the
report of Depujy Bank Examiner.
M. II. Drummond, on the condi
tion of the books of the auditor
and the treasurer of the County
of Kauai and which speaks of the
efficient manner the books were
kept; was received and placed on
A deed dated October 19th,!
1913 from A. Francs Johnson, et
ah, to the County of Kauai for the
conveyance of a piece of land sit
uated at Hanalei, containing
7-100 of an acre, and a communi
cation dated Peoruary 24, 1915,
from W. O. Smith regarding said j
conveyance were received and or
dered placed on file.
The reply of Chas. Gay of La-1
nai in re his claim for rent due
him for the use of his land at
Waimea by the County of Kauai
for the purposes of the County's
water works at that place was re
ceived, and upon motion of Mr.
Gay, duly seconded, definite
action on the matter was deferred
until some future meeting.
The following requisitions were
received and referred to Mr. Mo
ragne with full power to act in
each case, viz: Waimea school for
supervisor for the month of Feb
ruary was received and filed The
report, in substance, was as fol
lows: "The Waimea forces were employed
on the Mana Bond and have cinpli'ted
1-2 mile of the heaviest part of the work
in the iloodej area between the Dimford
road and the school house.
In Koloa most of the work done wit"
along the main roitd, clearinn juUvr.
and dressing the surface.
In l.ilme some repradimr was dene on
the Iluicla road lieyond'the new bridge.
The continuous heavy surf washed the
sand beach away at Wailini and the
road is now lniti: protected by dumping
in i.irje quantities' of rock; the teams
anil men were employed most all of the
month on this work.
In Kawaihau the forces were employ
ed on homestead road work. The load
from Kapahi camp to ami beyond Siiva's
place was; rounded up.
The Akulikuli road contract was com
pleted. Besides the work contracted for
on llns roao tlie lotmty coniiimi ii tne
road grading about mile beyond.
Hanalei Jlistiict : The Kalihikai road
repair work, lor which mere was a
pecial appropriation of ;(."0.00, was
Work on Hanalei bridge abutment
was started ami is now wi ll turner way.
The lilling at Wuipsl ISridgi' was taken
up and is near completion.
Tlie crusher was started up and crush
ed 4 or 5 hundred yards, which was left
in piles at Hanalei bridge, alter which
the out lit was m ,Vcd to Walkoko ami is
now lining set up.
At Waikoko the ow ner of the html for
ids farther ipiarrjinu of rock at the
place -.here the erifher is iK-ing Fct up.
It appears there was a inisiinderstand-
iii! in KettniK pennissh-n to quarry stone
at this place. I have agreed to make
amends so far as possible by liljing ami
riprappinu t h e excavation alter the
broken stone is removed.
At this set hp wis have about l-tuo
yard.-i to be crushed which is about
enough to macadamize from where the
crusher now stands to meet the present
macadam at Waiole.
I would like instiuctiim as to where
the crushing outfit is to be used next.
With pood weather we should finish
crushing at Wuikoko by the first of
I have always believed, and still 1k
licvf , that inacadamizinj; beyond Wuiko
ko could be done more economically w ith
a smaller outfit, such as the County is
about to purchase. The big outfit could
be moved back to Kilauea w here it is
proposed to do some macadamizing dur
ing this year. The small oullit could lie
moved over in July or August, et up at
Waikoko and remain tnere until the job
is finished. I am afraid that if the big
outfit goes to Waikoko, weather condi
tions w ill hold it there the balance of the
year in order to finish up and conse
quently nothingcould lie done at Kilauea.
Water works: 1 am ready to make
verbal report on supplying TiOlOO gallons
daily for the proposed cannery at Kapaa.
All work in connection with the Akuli
kuli " pipe has Ik-ch done. Mr. Steel
over whose land this pie is laid, claims
that he should ! paid f 100.00 for right-
of-way damarcs. etc.
The claim of Alexander Steel,
of the Kapaa homesteads as report
ed bv the county road supervisor,
for $100.00 for a rieht-of-way far
the County's water pipes at Akuli
kuli through that gentleman's land
at that place, was taken into con
sideration by the Board and upon
motion of Mr. McBryde, seconded
by Mr. Kkekela, the Board, by un
animous vote, allowed the claim
and ordered same to be paid upon
the filing of a document, approved
by the Governor of Hawaii, releas
ing the claimant's interest in the
(Continued on page 6.)
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts. ... Honolulu
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
painting the floors of the teacher's
cottage there; Eleele school for
material for its cooking depart
ment; and the Hanamaulu school
tor another school building.
Financial Reports Xos. 163,
163a, 163aa, and 163b for the
! month ot Pebruary last were re-'
i ferred to the Finance Conrtnittee. ',
I The Financial Reports Nos. 161,
161 a, 161 aa, and 161 b, for the
I month ot January last, upon the
j recommendation of the Finance
Committee were approved.
At 11:00 A. M. a recess was tak
en until o'clock r. ji.
At 2:15 o'clock i m., the Board
resumed its meeting.
Mr. Moragne made a verbal re
port on the bids for furnishing the
county with a rock crusher and
outfit which was referred to him
at the morning's session, and up
on motion of Mr. Menefoglio sec
onded by Mr. Ekekela, the bid of
the Lynch Co. Inc., being the
lowest, was accepted.
The report of the County road
VERY INCONSIPKI? TE
"What makes the lending bidv
"She had counted on making a
big hit with her divorce case this
season, and just as she was about
to bring proceedings her hnsbrnd
had to go and die."
"Now, isn't that iust like a
C-.i'ii. tirftt Sc turf ac f & MatX
Siiva's Toggery, Honolulu.
P. O. Box 524
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