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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, July 06, 1915, Page 5, Image 5',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 6. 1915.
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sluggard; consider her
ways and be wise;
which having no guide,
overseer or ruler, pro
videth her meat in the
Ajmmer, and gathereth
her food in the har
vest." -The Bible.
Which, being translated, means:
j HOTEL WAIMEA !
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! DICK OLIVER, Manager
(Continued from pane 4.)
mot'on of Mr Ptandt, erorded by
Mr. Me iefo;;lio, un appropriation
of 3250 ..CO, besides txp'.-nses, was
A reuuest P 1 184.1 from the
County Clerk for the approval of
the reinstatement of K. C. Ahana
as assistant to that official at a
monthly salary of twenty five dol
lars r?25.00 was crau'.ed.
The matter of the request U'll
75 of V. A. Fernandez for per
mission to exhibit moving pictures,
etc, on Sundays was taken up for
consideration and of the Board's
own motion a committee of three,
consisting ot Messrs V. I). Mc
Pryde, T. Brandt, and A. Mene-!
fotflio, was appointed to look into
the matter and report.
Upon motion of Mr. Mcnefoglio,
duly seconded, the Board autho
rized the ptUting in of two three-1
electric liht and two one electric-1
lifcht fixtures in front and in the
porch of the County Building.
Mr. McBrvde, after repotting
for the committee appointed to
meet with a committee of the Kau
ai Chamber o f Commeice and
agree upon a nomination for a rep
resentative for for this County on
the Hawaii Promotion Committee,
that the Chamber of Commerce
strongly endorsed the appointment
of D. P. R. I.senberg as such rep
resentative, and that the latter had
consented to serve if appointed,
moved for the n:. initiation of D. P.
R. Isenberg as such representative
and. being seconded bv Mr. Brandt,
A requisition P1135 for re
pairs to the K-ipaa School main
building and the two teachers cot
tages was received, and during its
consideration and in connection
therewith Mr. Brandt moved that
the Board borrow the sum of three
thousand dollars from the fund
known as the '"Janitor Service &
School Supplies'' and applv same
to the appropriation of five thou
sand dollars for repairs of school
buildings for 1916, which moncv
shall be refunded when the taxes
are collected and as provided by
an Act of 1915. and that J. II.
Moragne make investigation and
reuort on the repairs needed.
A communication. P1186 un
der date of the 14ih tilt from El
mer M. Cheatham asking for a
fence to be put around the Kapahi
Homestead School premises and
for a lean-to to be built on the
leeward side of the school building
was received and the request was
allowed, upon the motion of Mr.
The followingschool requisitions
were refined to J. H. Moragne
with power to act in the. premises,
viz: Aoaiioia uii'J; .u-iKaweli
PI 191; and Kekaha LP1193J
each for repairs and for supplies;
and Wailtid P1189J for wire net
ting around the school building,
A requisition P 11SS for sup
plies, and for new single desks.
and for repairs to the Kookiu school
was also referred to J. II. Moragne
with full pewer to act except the
furnishing of new desks for which
matter Mr. Moragne was instruct
ed to make investigation and re
port at th- next meeting.
A requisition P1190 from John
Bush, principal, for a janitor to
take care of the Koloa school gar-
everything in the
Silver and Gold Link.
Rich Cut Glass ani
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
dens a n d premises during the
summer vacation, foi the building
of a workshop for the school, and j
for another bungalow school rooni
was received aim upon motion j
ot Mr. Brandt, seconded bv Mr. i
Menefoglio, it was resolved to
construct the buildings asked for,
the moneys to pay for the same to
be advanced from the Cointy's
General Fund, which advances are
to be reimbused as provided by an
Act of 1915 when the taxes are
A communication P 1192 un
der date of the 26th. ult. from H.
C Brown, principal, which sug
gested the building of another
room for the Waimea school and
asking also tor supplies for the
next term was received and be
sides authorizing the furnishing of
the necessary supplies asked for,
the Board, upon motion of Mr.
Brandt, seconded by Mr. Mene
foglio. appointed Mr. Wishard and
J. II. Moragne as a committee to
approach the Waimea Sugar Co.,
of Waimea, in regard to extra land
for the Waimea schooi; and also
for the removing of the buildings
of the Mana school to another lo
cation. Reports P1195 on school build
ings, etc., from Anahola, Haena,
llanalei, Ilar.aniaulu, Kapaa, Ka
pahi. Kauai High & Grammar,
Kekahr, Koloa, Kodau. Lihue,
Makaweli, Wailua and Waimea
were received and placed on file.
A request P 1195 from the
trustees o f the Lihue Hawaiian
Church for the moving of the Ha
waiian parsonage by the County
of Kauai as soon as practicable
was received and upon motion of
Mr. Brandt, seconded by Mr. Me
nefoglio, the same was granted.
Appointment of Distiict Road
lunas: Two petitions were receiv
ed from Kawaihau for the appoint
ment of a roadluna for that Dis
trict. One was for the reappoint
ment of II. M. Castro PI 196 and
the other for the appointment of
John Rodrigucs to the office. Dur
ing consideration of the matter
John Rodrigues withdrew his peti
tion and the Board then by a ma
jority vote reappointed H. M.Cas
tro as roadluna for Kawaihau.
Two petitioris were received
from Waimea. One for the aj -pointment
of J. A Akina as road
luna and the other for the reap
pointment of T. Blackstad, the
present roadluna. The matter was
duly considered afier which and,
upon motion of Mr. Brandt, duly'
seconded, T. Blackstad was duly
reappointed roadluna for Waimea. I
Upon recommendation of Mr.'
Moragne the following gentlemen;
were reappointed roadht.ia3 bv the
Board fi.s follows. M. Hamauku,'
for Koloa, L. Wiebke, for Lihue, j
and George W. Mahikoa, for Ha-'
A request from County Treas-!
urer Kaulukou to be furnished with
a copy of the 1915 Revised- Laws
of Hawaii was received, and al
lowed. A bid Pi 200 from Chas. Eh! ti
ger for furnishing grass for the
use of the Kapaa mule stables was
received and referred to Mr. Mo
ragne with power to act.
H. M. Castro thanked the Board
for his re-appointmtut as roadluna
for Kawaihau, and promised to
perform his duties fa'thfuilv.
.t 3:3') j), in the meeting ad
journed, subject to the call of the
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