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THE GARDfcN ISLAND TUESDAY. MARCH 7, 1916
Waimea , 200.00
Treasurer 32 05
Co.Rd. Supervisor 105.00 394.06
Pres. & Imp. of Game Birds 295.21
Ian. Serv. & Sup. 32.05
New School Bldgs. 620.83
Reo, & Main. Sch.
Bldgs & Grounds 104.58
Rep. Sch. Houses &
Tchrs' Cottages 163.46
Support of Prisoners 283.64
Water Works: Waimea 35.00
County Rd Machinery 227.86
Waimea: Rd Tax Spec.
Oiling Rds R.T.S.D 91.70
Rd Tax Spec. Dep. 2.162.90
Lihue: Rd Tax Spec.
Kawaihau: Rds Bdgs 2,062.20
Rds & Bridges 4,612.70
After a statement by the chair
and upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
seconded by Mr. Brandt, the chair
man was, by unanimous vote, giv
en authority to make arrangements
with the banks to the end that the
latter would pay the county's war
rants that may be issued for the
Upon motion bv Mr. Brandt,
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio, the
County road supervisor, J. H. Mo
ragne, was instructed to call-tend
ets for macadamizing the public
road between Kalihiwai and the
Princeville Plantation stables at
Upon motion of Mr. Brandt,
seconded by Mr. McBryde, the
sum of forty one thousand, five
Begin putting aside 25, 50 or $1.00 systematically each week by joining
our Christinas Savings Club before March 5th. On December 4th you will
have for your gift-buying $10.00, $20,00, or $40.00 with interest.
In this way vou do not feel the strain. Your savings are
safely cared for, and there is no possibility of using your Christ
mas fund for other things,
The Club begins March 6th. Make
Bishop & Co., Savings Bank
hundred dollars (f 41, 500.00) was
appropriated for the following
uses, the same to bt paid out of
moneys available in the treasury,
Hanalei District: Macad:
Kalihiwai " 17,000.00
Rds & Bdgs 10,000.00
Macad: Moloaa-Papaa 1,500.00
Rds & Bdgs 10.000.00
The Financial Reports Nos.180,
180a, 180aa, and 180b, for the
month ot February were referred
to the Finance Committee.
The Financial Reports Nos. 179,
179a. l9aa and 179b for January
last, and Nos. 179(1) and 179 (2)
the Treasurer and the Auditor's
Annual Reports for 1915, were ap
proved upon the recommendatian
of the Finance Committee.
A petition P 1289 from Mo-
loaa. Kawaihau, for the relocation
of the public road leading to Mo
loaa beach from the main bell
road was received and referred to
the County supervisor for report
Upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
seconded by Mr. Brandt, the deed
from Alexander Steel to the Coun
ty of Kauai for a right of way
over land at Kapaa Homesteads,
Kawaihau, was ordered to be re
Mr. Moragne on the matter of a
leak P 1282 in the roof of the
County building over the office of
the clerk of the Circuit Court re
Mr. Moragne made a partial re
port on the petition LP 1284 for
water pipe for the use of the home
steaders at Anahola and, as asked
for by him, he was given further
time for a final report on the mat
Mr, McBryde upon reporting
for the committee appointed on
the matter of the request P 1285
of Mr. Ahana for an increase of
pay stated that the committee felt
that the allowance givea the treas
urer tor clerk hire should be the
basis to be allowed a clerk for his
services and if an increase for such
services is encouraged the differ
ence should be paid by the depart
mental head. The report was ap
proved upon the motion of Mr.
Rodrigues, duly seconded,
A communication P 1278 dated
the 29th jilt from Miss McClymont
of Kalaheo school thanking the
Board for the improvement that
has been made to the school house
theieby giving more light to one
of the school rooms was received
A communication P 1290 also
dated the 29th ult from Miss
Hundley of the Kapaa school in
forming the Boatd of purchase of
some nails for use on the new
bungalow under construction for
the school was received and placed
The following school requisi
Join the Christmas
tions were received and referred to
Mr. Moragne with full power to
act in the premises: Mana P1290a
fot supplies and for improvement;
Anahola P 12990 b for mops and
brooms, and P 1290c for clean
ing the school water pipes and in
take, and Hanalei P 1290d for
desk and for a new flag.
Reports (P291) on school build
ing.etc, were received from Eleele,
Hanalei, Hanamaulu, Kalaheo,
Kapaa, Kapahi, Kauai High &
Grammar, Kekaha, Kilauea, Ko
loa, Koolau, Lihue, Makaweli, and
Waimea (14) and were placed on
A communication with enclosure
dated the 14 ult. from E. O. Hall
& Son, Ltd., of Honolulu, regard
ing shipment ot game birds for
the county and of the cost of same
was received and placed on file.
A communication dated the 19th
ult. from the clerk of the City
and County of Honolulu in regard
to purchasing ballot paper for use
at the next Territorial primary
election and other like elections to
come was submitted to the Board
and the Clerk was authorized to
get the necessary paper for Terri
torial primary election purposes.
A communication dated the 16th
ult. from M. R. Weir, acting
secretary of the Territorial Board
of Health requesting five (5) com
plete sets of this county's ordinances-
was received and the same
referred to the clerk with authori
ty to act. j
A request (PI 292) from the Mc
Bryde Sugar Co. Ltd, for permis
sion to lav a portable track dur
ing the present month at a certain
point below the Koloa old mill
was received and referred to Mr.
McBiyde and the county road sup
ervisor with power to act.
A request (P 1293) from Colonel
Broadbent of the 4th Infantry. N.
G. H., for a lease of a suitable
portion of the county lot in the
rear of the county building at Li
hue for an armory for the use of
the organization was received and
upon motion of Mr. Menefoglio,
seconded by Mr. Brandt, the chair
man was given full authority to
negotiate with the military authori
ties of the 4th Infantry for the
lease sought for.
The Report (P1294)of the coun
ty road supervisor for February
last was received and placed on
file. This report is as follows:
"In Waimea disttict tne dam
age to macadam at Kikupua and
Mahinaule was repaired with as
phait binder. At Kekupua the
surface was also oiled and both
places are apparently in good
shape and no doubt will stand fu
ture freshets without washing. The
regular road workers kept updrain-
age work and did patching and
In Koloa district the small ma
cadamizing outfit at Eleele com
(Continued on page 4.)
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