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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 10, 1915
(Continued from page 1.)
Expenses of Witnesses
Hospitals: Eleele 150.00
County Attorney 16.15
Cty Rd. Supervisor 127.75
License Collections 182.10
Official Bond Premiums .
Janitor Service &
Lihue School New
New School BUIrs. 703.18
Rep. & Main Sch. Bldgs.
& Grounds 336.54
Support of Prisoners
Waimca 35 00
Incidentals: Cty Attorney
County Road Machinery 205.06
Oiling Road 51.00
Roads & Bridges 6S7.80 738.80
Koloa: Roads & Bridges 819.38 j
zing Huleia 3,037.27
Roads & Bridges 737.07 3.774.34
Kawaihau: Rds & Bridges 1,034.47
zing Kilauea 3.147.05
do P-W 334.45
do . W-II 1,854.09
Roads & Bridges 924.93 6,260.52
Mr. Brandt moved that in future
all Deputy Sheriff's and all police
officers before hiring autps for
police service get the consent of
the sheriff before incurring
the expense, and that immediately
after, the rendering of such services
full reports of the matters shall be
filed in writing with the sheriff by
the officers; seconded by Mr. Me
nefoglio, and carried,
The demand of A, L. C Atkin
son, special prosecutor at the July
term, 1915, of the Circuit Court
of the Fifth Circuit for $250 00
for professional services rendered
in re Territory of Hawaii vs. Juan
Coronel and two others, charged
with murder in the first degree,
was received and upon motion of
Mr. Brandt, seconded by Mr. Me
nefoglio. was allowed at $150.00
Mr. McBrvde moved for the ap
propriation of the sum of two
thousand and sixty-six dollars and
eighty cents (2,066.80) in addi
tion to the appropriations for the
purposes named below, the same
. to be paid out of money's avail
able in the Treasurer, as follows:
County Lot & Building 250.00
Expenses of Witnesses 400,00;
Incidentals: Cty Attorney 700.00;
Official Bond's Premium 716.80;
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio, the
same was carried.
A. communication (P 1219) ad
dressed to Dr. Waterhouse of Ko
loa from Mr. Bush, principal Koloa
school, regarding the construction
of another cottage for the use of
the principal was submitted to the
Board, and in connection with the
matter the Board, upon motion of
Mr. McBryde, seconded bv Mr.
Brandt, authorized Mr. Moiagne,
who has charge of the County's
school buildings, to proceed with
the building of this cottage.at an
expense not to exceed the sum of
nine hundred and fifty dollars,
which moneys are to be borrowed
from the County's General Fund
and reimbursed later when the
taxes are collected.
The Board8 received from the
Superintendent of Public Works
two contracts as follows:
(1) Contract (P1220) for the
construction of a road and bridge at
Kapas Homesteads, 2nd series, Ka.
waihau District; and i
(2) Contract (P1221) for the
construction of a road from Kukui
olono Hill, Kalaheo, to the main
government road at Lawai, Koloa.
District. and in connection with
these matters and upon motion of
Mr. McBrvde, seconded by Mr.
Menefoglio, the Board, by unani-
mous vote, resolved to enter into!
these contracts with the Territory
After a verbal statement by J. II.
Moragne, the Board upon motion
of Mr. Brandt, seconded by Mr.
Menefoglio, authorized the Coun
ty road supervisor to let out to
Hon. Chas. A. Rice tor a period
o f six weeks a t thirty cents
($.30) per cubic yard, the Coun
ty's rock crusher and outfit, en
gine, dt'mp carts, and a sufficient
number of mules, three sprinklers,
and three road builders.
At 12-15 p. m. the Board took a
recess until 1 :30.
The Board again met at 1:30 p.
The Board of its own motion
received with esteemed apprecia
tion a certified copy of Executive
Order No. 30, which set aside a
piece of land at Kapaa containing
1 20 acres as a site for a County
Farm and Sanatorium for the care
and treatment of persons afflicted
Financial Reports Nos. 172, 172
a, liaa, ana ji, tor tns monin
of July last were referred to Mr.
Brandt for reoort.
A communication (P1222) from
Chas. S. Dole, Esq., on behalf of
John Ilalaole, of Koloa, enclosiug
a bill for forty dollars ($40.00) for
sand taken away from the latter's
land at Koloa beach by the Coun
ty of Kauai for road purposes was
referred to Mr. McBrvde for inves
tigation and report.
A communication (P1223) from
W. II. Sanborn, of Hanalei. re
garding the appointment c f a
pouudmastcr for Hanalei was re
ceived and by vote consideration
of the same was postponed until
the next meeting.
A communication (P1224) from
J. M. Lydgate, secretary of the
Industrial Accident Board of Ka
uai, calling the Board's attention
to section 2 of Act 221 of the Ses
sion Laws of 1915, being Work
men's Compensation Act, was re
ceived and referred to the County
Attorney for his legal opinion and
advice touching the matter.
A requisition (P1212) from Mrs.
R. Vv". Bridgewatcr, principal of
the Hananiaulu School, for electric
lights to be installed in her cot
tage was referred to Mr. Moragne
with full power to act.
A conditional offer P1213J from
the Kilauea plantaion to turn over
to the County of Kauai the road
running from the main public road
at the Hawaiian church at Kilauea
to the Kilauea postoffice and the
store was accepted and the Board
b y unanimous vote ordtred the
said road macadamized.
Application TP12141 from Joe
Aguiar of Kapaa for appointment
as'a stable bov for the Kawaihau
District, he to furnish all the grass
needed for the County mules there,
afa monthly pav of sixty dollars
was received and referred to Mr.
Moragne for report
A request IM215 from J. K.
Farley. Assessor Fourth Taxation
Division, Niihau and Kauai, to use
the unexpended balance o f the
19131915 appropriation for
"Deputies, clerks, etc.," and paid
over to the County Treasury by
the Territorial Treasury, for the
purpose of investigation of owner
ship of shares and allotments, etc.,
etc., of Hui Aina of Moloaa. Wai
niha, and Haena, and mapping
certain kuleanas in Waimea, was
refused after careful consideration
of the matter.
A request LP1216 from Antone
M. S'ouza of Kapaa Homesteads,
to be supplied with water was re
ceived and the same refused.
A communication TP1217 from
Count v Treasurer Kaulukou for
authority to purchase the follow
1 Burroughs Adding Machine;
1 Table and Filing Cabinets, and
to add 1 more shelf in the Trea
surer's vault was received and by a
voie, this official was given author
ity to purchase, the table and fil
ing cabinets he asked f-jr, and to
put in the extra shelf he needed
for his vault. His other request
The report P121S of ihe Coun
ty Road Supervisor foi the month
of July last was received and or-
dered placed on file. The report
was as follows:
"The work of draining and
grading up the Mana road from
Waiawa to the Mana school, was
completed enrlv in the month;
since which time only minor re
pair work has been done in Wai
mea District. I ordtred 100 bar
rels of California road oil from the
coast to be used in oiling the ma
cadam between Waimea and Ke
kaha. "In Koloa District the new road
from Kalaheo to Kukuiolono was
completed and the usual cantonier
work was done along main roads.
The work in Lihue District was
confined to the sea wall at Wailua
where the sea is still beatiifg and
deepening in against the road.
"The macadamizing on the Hu
leia road was finished on the 28th.
I 1-4 miles, at a cost of about
"In Kawaihau the Puupilo bridge
and grading was completed, the
regrading between Kealia bridge
and the store was finished, other
small repairs done.
"In Hanalei District the maca
dam was laid between Wainiha
bridge and the sand flats around
II a e n a point, completing the
stretch of macadam from Prince
"illc to Haena. T h e Hanalei
grade was ' remacadami.ed. Ma
cadamizing at Kilauea started on
the 9th and one mile laid on the
30th of Julv.
"Water works: The authorized
addition to Kalaheo water works
"Schools: The Mana school hous
was torn down and is being re
built (bungalow style) on the new
lot. "The two new bungalow school
rooms at the ,High School weie
"A contract to build a bungalow
school room at Koloa was let to
the Kauai Trading Co. for $500.K).
"At Hanamaulu school the roofs
of the mauka main building and
of the bungalows were painted.
The new bungalow was painted
and authorized repair work done.
"Repairs at Wailua school were
"The school buildings and cot
tages at Kapaa are all being paint
"The repair work at Kalaheo has
been done and all other repair work
authorized at various schools is
Waimea new school building:
Mr. 'Brandt moved that Mr. Mo
ragne call for bids for the con
struction ot this building, bids to
be opened at 10 o'clock in the
forenoon of Wednesday September
1st, next; also that Mr. Moragne
have the authority to construct
two bungalow school rooms for the
Waimea school as soon as possible.
Seconded by Mr. Menefoglio, and
Of the Board's own motion
Wishard was given leave of
sence for4hree months, and
Menefoglio one month.
At 3 00 o'clock p. m. the meet
ing adjourned, subject to the call
of the. chair.
President Putman, of the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce, has ap
pointed J, K. Eailey, of Koloa, to
succeed F. "A. Alexander, resign
ed, as chairman of the nominations!
committee. Uns committee (which
now consists of J. K. Farley, of
Koloa; J, M. Kaneakua, of Kapaa,
and W. E. Sanborn, of Hanalei)
will nominate officers to be voted
upon at the annual meeting on the
evening of August 19
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