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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 8. 1915
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thereof the Board by a vote order
ed the building of mere sanitary
outhouses and putting in a better
drinking fountain; putting in
better grade of blackboards for the
school; screening a part of the la
nat of the principal's cottage and
putting in two window screens and
a screen door in the teachers' cot
tage. As for the request for a sup
ply of new desks, Mr. Moragne
was instructed to make use of the
old school desks as much as possi
ble for the future in the school and
to purchase a sufficient number of
new desks to make the necessary
quantity required for the school,
and to make report thereon at the
A requisition P11761 from the
Kauai High & Grammar school
was received and its requests for
the building of two bungalow
school rooms; the alteration of one
room in the present building for
laboratory purposes, and for sup
plying the school with three dozen
desks and seats were allowed. The!
request for furnishings for a teach
er's room was denied.
A communication P1178 under
date of the 31st ult from II. H.
Brodie, supervising principal, for
school needs was received, and the
request for supplies for the Niihau
school was allowed. The requests
for extra rooms for the schools at
Makaweli and at Hanamaulu were
allowed, w h i 1 e consideration of
other requests for extra rooms,
etc., for other schools were defer
red until the next meeting.
A communication attached to P
1163 dated the 29th ult. from Cy
ril O. Smith, principal of the Ka
paa school, thanking the Board for
allowing changes to be made in
the school's office was received and
placed on file.
Reports P117l on school build
ings, etc., for the month of May,
1615. were received from Anahola,
Haena, Hanalei, Hanamaulu. Hu ,
leia, Kalaheo, Kapaa, Kapahi, Ka
uai High & Grammar, Kekaha,
Kilauea, Koloa, Koolau, Lihue,
Makaweli, Wailua and' Waimea.
and the same were placed on file.
A request PI 175 from W. A.
Fernandez for permission to exhi
bit moving pictures on Sundays
was received. After consideration
of the matter and upon the motion
of Mr. McBryde definite action on
the same was deferted until the
next meeting, the clerk in the
meantime, however, to communi
cate with the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce and notify that body of
the Board's action, als notify the
Chamber of Commerce that the
Board will take into consideration
any suggestion that the Chamber
of Commerce may submit relative
to the matter.
A request P1174 from Wm.
Huddy, Esq., District Magistrate
of Hanalei, for a ream of legal cap
paper for the use of his court was
received and the Board by a vote
referred the same to Sheriff Rice
with full power t o furnish the
A request P 1175 from the Mc
Bryde Sugar Co., Ltd., of Wahia-
wa for permission to lay a port
able track at a certain place on the
Koloa road and also at the road at
Piwai homesteads was received nd
the same was allowed.
A request P 1172 from one
Chang Dai Sung of Kalaheo Home
steads No. 2, for water to be piped
to his land was received and upon
the motion ot Mr. Mctsryde, sec
onded by Mr. Ekekelo, J. H. Mo
ragne was instructed to lay a pipe
from the Puukapolei Spring to the
residence portion of the Kalaheo
Homesteads No. 2.
A communication dated the 27th
ult. from A. P. Tayler. Asst. Sec
retary of the Hawaii Promotion
Committee, informing the Board
of changes made in the by-laws of
that body and of the appointment
to be made by the Governor of
Hawaii of a representative for each
County upon the nomination of
the Board of Supervisors acting in
conjunction with the leading com
mercial organization in the county
was received and upon the motion
of Mr. McBryde, seconded by Mr.
Gay, a committee of three consist
ing ot Messrs. Wishard, McBryde
and Menefoglio wa? appointed to
meet a like committee from the
Kauai Chomber of Commerce and j
agree on a nomination for a rep-1
representative for Kauai on the !
Hawaii Promotion Committee, and
the clerk to notify the Chamber of
Commerce. of thi3 action, at the!
same time forward to that n copy
body of the above communication.
The report P 1179 of the
County Road Supervisor for the
month of May last was received
and placed on file. The following j
is a substance of the report. 1
"The work of grading up the'
Mana road is just al out completed
except at places where bridges are ;
to be put in. The bridges are to;1
be nut in and grading finished
during the month ot June. The
work of raising the grade along
the valley road at Waimea has
been finished up to the point about
half-way between the fotks of the
river and the foot of the pali. The
job will be completed by the 25th
In Koloa the bridge just Lihue
side of the old mill was renewed.
Some of the old bridge lumber was
used in repairing bridges along tne
short cut road. Roads through
the district were sanded early in
tke month, since the middle of the
month work of spiking up and re
surfacing with sand is being done
at Lawai and Kalaheo. In a week
or so this work extending from
Latvai bridge to the horseshoe turn
in Kalaheo valley will be finished.
"In Lihue district sanding
roads and upkeep work was done
during the first halt of the month
after which the work of regrading
the Nawiliwili-Lihue grade has
been going on. At this latter place
it is intended to greatly improve
the alignment from the top of the
hill about half way down by cut
ting" off points and swinging out
"Kawaihau district got their
main road all in gcod condition by
the middle of the month after which
work was taken up on the Puupilo
road and bridge in the Kapaa
Homesteads. J800.00 is appro
priated by the Territory; the Coun
ty will put the job through and
pay all cost over the $S00 00.
"In Hanalei district. The east
abutment at Wainiha bridge is
just now finished and work will
start on the center piers imme
diately, Macadamizing from Lu
mahai went on fairly well during
the month; about 3 of a mile re
mains to be done at the first of
this month. If the weather per
mits the crushing outfit will finish
work at Lumnhai one day next
" Watet works: The 3200 feet of
3" pipe for Koloa water wor-ks
arrived and was laid the old 2"
pipe was parti v removed, the new
3" pipe when running tree at Ko
loa street flows at the rate of about
150,000 gailons per 24 hours. The
old 3" pipe delivers at the same
place only 1-3 of what the new
one delivers. The supply is now
ample and it is not necessary to
clean out the 3" pipe in order that
it may flow more water.
"Schools: Anew bungalowschool
room is being built at Hanamaulu.
The new desks ordered from Ke- j
kaha school have arrived. AU ;
requisitions received attention."
The Board of its own motion
allowed eight hundred dollars each
district in the County for road
work for the next ensuing month,
except in districts where special
road work is being carried on.
Upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
J. H. Moragne was instructed to
put in a meter for the water works
The County Road Supervisor
upon his revuest was given author
ity to advertise for tenders for the
macadamizing of a 4 mile road in
the Kilauea-Kcclau section of the
Hanali district, the bids to be
filed with the Board before 10:00
A. M. of July 1st. next which is
the last meeting of the present
At 12.00 M. the meeting was
adjourned, subject, however, to
the call of the chair.
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