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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY MARCH 7, 1916
(Continued from page 3.)
pleted repairs to the landing road;
macadamized the hospital road
and did some macadamizing for J.
I. Silva and McBryde Sugar Co's
store, after which the outfit did
the repairing at Kekupua and Ma
hinaule and moved t o Wahiawa
where it is now leady to go to
work resurfacing the Wahiawa
Considerable work was done on
the gutters and drains i n the
Homestead district. This district
is trying to keep their water bound
macadam roadi in shape with dirt
alone; this can probably be done
by application of plenty of dirt
and by keeping all loose rock re
moved. Patching of the oiled macadam
from Eleele to Wahiawa was com
pleted. Some Homestead repair
ing was done.
In Lihue, the work of sanding
the macadam roads was nearly fin
ished. The Halehaka-Malumalu
road was rounded up and drained
in Rood shape, some work was
done on the Niumalu road. Patch
ing with asphalt went on when
the weather permitted.
In Kawrihau the regular force
was employed in numerous small
repairs along the main road and
o n the Homestead roads. The
sluicing at the Thronas' place was
suspended on account of shortage
of water but the abutment wotk
was carried on. Stone breaking for
macadam was started between Mo
loaa and Thionas' place.
Hanalei District Stone breaking
macadam was continued at Kali
hiwai. .Sluicing on the new grades
was continued to good advantage;
the new grading beyond Kalihiwai
is making fair progress. The ma
cadam roads in this district receiv
ed attention, It now looks as if
the grading on the Kalihiwai end
of the new grade will be ready for
macadamizing by the time the ma
chinery could reach there from Pi
laa which under favorable condi
tion5 will ba about the middle ot
April to the first of May. The new
crusher shell to replace the broken
one arrived at Lihue yesterday and
will be taken to Pilaa this week
and macadamizing at Moloaa re
sumed as soon as possible.
Schools: At Waimca the car
penter shop was finished. The new
teachers' cottage contracted t o
Harry Hoe is well under way and
will probably be ready to occupy
by the 15th, of March. At Kala-
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heo the room complained of as
being too dark was fixed by re
moving the back verandah adjoin
ing that room and I understand
the result was very satisforv.
Water Works: As instructed I
looked into the shortage of water
at Kalaheo and Koloa tnakai and
the proposed new water works for
Anahola. At Kalaheo I recommend
laying a new 2 inch pipe from the
distributing point to the road lead
ing off to the right above the pub
lic hall; this would require about
6200 feet of pipe and would cost
around $1,200.00. The population
at Kalaheo has outgrown the capa
city of the system, and before a
great while it will be necessary to
Increase the size of the main from
the spring to the point of distribu
tion. At Koloa the supt. of water
works has been making investiga
tions to ascertain whether or not it
will be necessary to purchase new
pipe and if so how much will be
needed; these investigations are
not completed and more time is
required. At Anahola I found that
there is not sufficient fall to take
water from the lower ditch to get
water in all the houses To take
water from the Anahola ditch from
some point in the cane field on top
of the pali about 4000 feet oJ main
pipe would be inquired. When the
new wood pipe for Kapaa water
works is laid the present 3 inch
pipe will be removed and there
will be plenty of it left to put in a
good system at Anahola. Bids for
14.000 feet of 6 inch for Kapaa
water works is advertised for and
I expect good competition"
Mr. McBryde moved to author
ize the county road engineer to
lay a new 2 inch water pipe for
the use of the Kalaheo water works
and as recommended bv that offi
cial is his report and being second
ea oy Air. isranat the same was
In regard to the macadamizing
of the road at Makaweli, Mr. Mo
ragne reported that the Hawaiian
Sugar Co., Ltd. agreed to pay all
expenses for the macadamizing of
the road, the county allowing the
free use of its road machinery. On
motion made by Mr. Brandt, sec
onded by Mr. Menefoglio, the
county road supervisor was au
thorized to proceed with the said
On motion of Mr. Brandt, sec
onded bv Mr. Menefoglio, the
county road supervisor was also
authorized to proceed with maca
damizing the road in Kalaheo hall
and thence clear up to Kukuiolono
Mr. McBryde moved for the in
stallation of sufficient number of
electric lights at Kalaheo and also
in the rear of the county building
for the use of the 4th Infantry, N.
G. H. which being seconded by
Mr. Menefoglio, was carried.
Leave of absence from the coun
ty was granted to Mr. McBryde
for three months and to Mr. Brandt
for two months upon the Board's
At 12:15 p. m. the meeting ad
journed subject to the call of the
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