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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 11, 1916,
(Continued from page 1.)
Co. Rd Sup'sor 111.50 364.15
Pres. C Imp. of Game Birds 151.66
Furn. & Fixtures 28.50
Janitor Service &
Supplies . 2.00
New Sch. Buildins 577.14 607. C4
Rep. Sch. Houses & Tchrs'
Support of Prisoners 242.95
County Road Machiney
Oiling Roads 116.80
Koads & Bridges 2.028.88 2,145.68
Roads & Bridges 1.318.87
Roads & Bridges 9H4.13
Roads & Bridges 1,054.65
Roads & Bridges 1,618.29 3,260.31
Mr. Menefoglio moved for the
appropriation, in addition to the
appropriations already approved
After a verbal report bv Mr.
Mofagne, the County Road Super
visor, in regard tn the contract (P
1264) for the construction of 2790
feet of road at the Lawai home
steads and which has been signed
by the Board in behalf of this Coun
tv, the Board, upon the motion of
Mr, Menefolio, seconded by Mr.
Brandt, and by a unanimous vote,
ordered the said contract cancelled,
and upon another motion made by
Mr. Brandt and seconded by Mr.
Menefoglio it was unanimously
voted that the Board ,shall enter
into and execute a new contract
for the above work when it is re
A requisition (P 1272) for re
pairs to be given the main building
of the Koloa school, etc, etc., and
another one (P1274) for repairs
of blackboards and for supplies for
the Kilauea School were referred
to Mr Moragne with full power to
act in each case.
Another requisition (P1273) fori
three screen doors and for mosqui ,
to proof for a window of the tea
chers' cottage at Koloa was receiv
ed but by a vote consideration of
the same was postponed until the
Reports (P1275) on school build
ings, etc., were recived from Ana
hola. Eleele, Hanamaulu, Kapaa,
Kapahi, Kauai High & Grammar,
Kekaha, Kilauea, Koolau. Lihue,
Makaweli, Mana, Waialua, and
Waimea and were placed on file.
A report (PI 276) from the
poundmaster of Lihue for the
quarter ending December 31st last,
was referred to Mr. Menefolio,
and later approved upon the
recommendation o f that gentle
Upon the motion of Mr. Brandt
seconded by Mr. Meuefoglia Mr.
Moragne by vote was instructed to
for the purposes named below, the
same to be paid out of moneys
available in the Treasury, of the
sum of Two thousand two bund
ed seventy six dollars and five
cents ($2,276.05) as follows: ! Lihue School the necessary repains! n number. 1Q1S. were referred
sible condition during the last two
"That stretch of road between
Kalihiwai and Princeville stables
is in a very bad condition for the
last three months, at times, next
to impassible. Over this four miles
I have made surveys for straight
ening out and telocation of about
half the distance and since the fif
teenth of December grading work
was begun in three places, the
heaviest part of the work is being
sluiced. Permission for extensive
relocation of the road was given
free of charge by Princeville Plan
tation. "While the rains have bem ex
cessive for the last thtee months
and there has been severai freshets
there has been no washouts along
the roads, and no damage other
than wasrr'ng off the sand dress
ing. "After completion of the new
school building at Waimea, the
county carpenters were put to
work removing the old building,
relocating two of the bungalows,
building a cook house and car
penter shop; this work is going on
Mr. Menefoglio moved that a
letter of thanks be tendered the
Princeville Plantation for allowing
the County of Kauai a right of
way over its lands for the reloca
tion of the public main road be
tween Kalihiwai and fhe Prince
ville Stables at Kikiula, Hanalei,
and being seconded by Mr. Mc
Brvde the same was carried.
A postal requesting the appoint
ment of a member of the Board to
address, the teachers' convention
to be held in Lihue on the 20th.
inst was received and acting upon
it Mr. Brandt was unanimously
I selected to honor the teachers con
J vention with an address.
Financial Reports Nos. 178,178
give the principal's cottage of the a, 178aa, and 178b, for the month
Diitrict Courts & Jails:
Water Works: Kalaheo
County Road Machinery
Oiling Roads: Waimea
Rds & Bdgs:
and being seconded bv Mr, Brandt
the same was carried.
A communication (P 1271) from
Honorable C. J. McCarthy. Terri
torial Treasurer, calling the atten
tion of the Board to the law which
requires the Board to make a state
ment showing the balance unex
pended and uncontracted for of
moneys for school buildings and
grounds was received and placed
Mr. Brandt moved that all ad
vances made from the General
Fund to the various School Funds
for the year ending with Decem
ber 31, 1915, be declared to be a
loan from the General Fund, and
the General Fund to be reimbur
ed from these various School!Funds
as soon as the money in those funds
is available so to do; seconded by
Mr. Menefoglio and carried.
thereby allowing a corner ip the
cottage to be used for a community
The report (P 1 2 7 7) of the
County Road Surpervisor tor the
mouth of Decemeber, 1915, was re
ceived and ordered placed on file.
This report is as follows:
"The small crushing outfit has
been employed for the last three
months in Waimea District, resur
facing and patching the worst
places at Mahenauli, Kekupua.
Waimea and the Kekaha road, al
so the valley road at Waimea. This
work is now finished and the out
fit is to be moved to Eleele where
the landing road is to be repaired
and rock crushed for patching be
tween Hanapeoe and Wahiawa.
"In Waimea District I am try
ing to get the gutters enlarged all
along the macadam road also all
"In Koloa and Lihue Districts
the work on main road has been
confined to cleaning and enlarging
the drainage and some patching
The read in Koloa and Lihue
have been washed bare of sand
dressing and it is intended to re
dress as soon as the weather set
tles. "In Kawaihau all that ceuld be
done was to keep the road in pas-
to Mr. Brandt for report.
After a statement bv E A. Cree
vey. Vocational Instructor that a
7 horse-power equipment be sent
to him in the near future from
Honolulu for manual training pur
poses and a request for the con
struction of a building for housing
same, upon the motion of Mt.
Brandt seconded bv Mr. Menefog
lio the County Road Engineer was
authorized to put up the building
but at a cost not to exceed four
Upon a verbal request from Mr.
Crcevey assisted by a motion from
Mr. McBryde and seconded by Mr.
Brandt the County Road Engineer
was also authorized t o proceed
with the construction of a work
shop for the Koloa School but at a
cost not to exceed five hundred
After an explanation and a re
quest from Mr. Moragne for an in
crease of salary for G. W. Mahi-
koa, roadluna for Hanalei, and
upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio the
roadluna was allowed a monthly
salary cf one hundred and twenty
, five dollars, beginning from this
month but only while the special
road regrading work between Kali
hiwai and Hanalei is being carried
At 12:30 p. m. the meeting ad
journed but subject to the call of
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