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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, IULY 11. m6
(Continued from pajje 1)
Mr. MenefoKlio, committer, the
same was approved.
The financial reports Nos. 185,
185a, 185aa, and 185b for the
month of June were referred to
Mr. McBryde for report.
A request (P 1330) from the
county treasurer for an appropria
tion of one hundred dollars ($100)
for purchasing a 1916 Model lie
miiiRton Typewriter for his use
was received and the same was
Upon motion of Mr. McBryde
an appropriation of eight thousand
one hundred and fiftv-six and 05
100 dollars ($8,156.05) was ap
proved as additional appropria
tions for the uses and purposes
hereinbelow named, viz:
Cty Lot & Bldg 400.00
Discount & Interest 19.84
Water Works: Kawaihau 1,400.00
Rep. Sch. Houses & Tchr's
Rds & Bdgs 1,400.00
Lihue: Roads & Bdgs 400.00
Papaa-Moloaa do 200.00
Kalihiwai-Hanalei 1 ,500.00
A communication dated July 1st,
1916, from the McBryde Sugar
Co. Ltd., submitting a bill for fif
ty dollars for cost of harvesting
cane due to fire in its Kleele field
and started by the County's road
engine on the 20th ult. was le
ceived and referred to Mr. Mo"
rague for investigation and report.
A request (P 1331) from C H.
Wilcox, chairman of the Sam Ma
helona Hospital, to authorize the
immediate construction of a dirt
road from the main road to the
proposed site of the Hospital, etc.,
was received and Mr. Moiagne,
upon motion of Mr. Brandt, was
instructed to proceed with the
work as soon as practicable.
The chair on behalf of the com
mittee appointed to draft an ordi
nance regarding the appointment
of a Board of Trustees and the
management of the Sam Mahelona
Memorial Hospital in general af
ter making a partial report asked
for further time to make final re
A communication P 1332from
Miss B. H. L. Hundley, on be
half of Mr. Kkekela, of Anahola,
in re exchange of a kuleana at
Anahola for a Government kula
lot at Anahola beach was received,
and after Mr. and Mrs. Kkekela
were both heard on the matter, and
the Board being aware that this
County wished to have the Kulea
na for public road improvement,
instructed the clerk to communi
cate with the Public Lands com
missioner at Honolulu and inform
the latter that the Board desired
to secure this land for road im
provement in Anahola and that
the Board suggests the taking of
this land in exchange for one of
the Anahola homestead beach lots.
Upon motion of Mr. McBryde
the sheriff was allowed to give
the Koloa court house necessary
repairs, but the expenditure not
to exceed the sum ot eighty dol
lars. A request by the Sheriff for an
appropriation for a special officer
at Wahiawa was referred to Mr.
McBryde, with the sheriff assist
ing him, for investigation and re
port. At 12 M. a recess was taken to
1:30 P. M.
AP TKRNOOX SKSS1 OX.
The Board resumed its meeting
at 1:30 P. M.
A communication dated the
20th. ult. from Robert Scott, of
Kilauea, in explanation of his bill
for damages done to his fences,
etc , was received and placed on
file, his bill having already been
approved by the Beard.
The chair instructed the clerk
to notify the Governor that the
Board, the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce assenting, recommend-
PRIZES ID WINNERS IN
FOURTH OF JULY EVENTS
The following were tin events, prizes mid victors in the athletic con
tests pulled o(T on July Fourth:
Military Event Xo. 1. Squad Competitive Drill began nt !UX) a. ni.
Company A started the program, followed by Company B and the
rest in their respective order.
1st Prize: Eight 81.2") Shirts. 2nd Prize: 2 Cases Canned
Company E, first; Company F, second; Company L, third.
Military Event No. 2. Company Competitive Drill.
1st Prize: Silver Cup 2nd. Prize: Silver Cup.
Cos. A-B-C-D-E-F-G-II T-K-L-M
Company E, lirst; Company L, second.
Track Event No. 2. Running half mile Race:
1st Prize: Paint Beach Suit, 81".0() 2nd Prize: Panama
3rd Prize: Felt Hat, 83. Hat
U. Schumacher, lirst; Jacinth, Co. F, second; Boniface, Co. K,
Field Event No. 3. Equipment Race:
1st Prize: Safety Razor, 8").00 2n 1 Prize: Watch, 8:?.0)
F. I.ayosa, first; Rcnicgio, Co. M, second.
Field Event Xo. I. Shot Put:
1st Prize: 1 pair losing Gloves, $.".( M) 2nd Prize: Flash
old Prize: 1 pair Tennis Shoes, 81 .") Light, $2."0
E. Elinhorst, first; T. Tagcguchi, second; V. Cordciro, third.
Track Event Xo. 5. 1(X) yds Dash:
1st Prize: 1 pr Running Shoes, 87.-7) 2nd Prize: 1 Desk
I'.rd Prize: 1 Big Ben, 82.-"0 Clock
F. Fernandez, first; Waialeale, secoi.d; J. P. Cumminfes, third.
Field Event Xo. (: Running High Juv;r:
1st Prize: 1 pr Fine Shoes, 87.30 . "2nd Prize: 1 Desk Clock
!5 Prize: 'i doz pr Sock, $2.00
Waialeale, lirst; C. Schumacher, sjconl; Achong Ai Chang, third.
Field Event Xo. 8. Carrying Wounded :
1st Prize: 1 Punching Bag 85 2nd Prize;
Domingo, Co. C, first; Manaya, second.
Track Event Xo. !). 220 yds Race:
1st Prize: 1 Watch and Chain 2nd Prize: 1 WrUt Watch
3rd Prize: 1 Base Ball, 81.2-")
Waialeale, first; J. B. Cuminings, second; Sam Peahu, third.
Field Event Xo 10. Running Broad Jump:
1st Prize: 1 pr Gold 2nd Prize: 1 pr Silver Cuff
Cull" Links 8".00 Links. $3.00
F. Fernandez, lirst; Waialeale, second.
Field Event Xo. 11. Rope Climbing:
1st Prize- 1 Gold Scarf Pin 8C.(K) 2nd Prize: Watch
3rd Prize: 1 Belt, 81. ."() Fob, $3.00
Roque Espard, lirst; Innocencio, second; Jim Hall, third.
Field Event Xo. 12, Centipede Race:
1st Prize: Eight Shirts (w 81.2-")
Company F team.
Field Event Xo. 13. Base Ball Throw:
1st Prize: 1 Catcher's Mitt, 87.
Vincente, first; II. Kaui, second.
Track Event Xo 11. Relay Race:
let Prize: 4 Athletic Jerseys
Second battalion, lirst; third battalion, Second.
Field Event Xo 15. Sack Race:
1st Prize: 1 Cap, 82.00 2nd Prize; 1 Belt, 81. (X)
' 3rd Prize: 1 pr Suspenders, 75?
J. B. Cuminings, lirst; Martel, second; E. Mladnieh, third.
Field Event Xo. l(i. Tug of War: Prize: 8) cash.
Entries: 1 team of nine men from each battalion.
The prize of one Royal Tailors suit went to Waialeale; dozen foot
ball socks and football to third battalion; pair boxing gloves to John de
la Cruz; punching bag to Antorac Ache. '
ed the appointment of Mr. Win.
Henry Rice as the, representative
for the County of Kauai on the
Hawaii Promotion Committee.
The following school requisitions
were referred to Mr Moragne
with power to act in each case,
viz: Kekaha P 1333 for supplies
and for repairs: Hanamaulu P
1333K and Haena TP1333L each
for supplies; Hanapepe P 1333E
Eleele P 1333C, Huleia P
1333 D, Wailua P 1333FJ. Ana
hola P 13311, Kilauea P
13331, Koolau P 1333JJ, and
Ilanalei P 1333K. each for re
paits. A requisition TP 1333G from
Miss Hundley for a new building,
repairs and supplies for the Kapaa
school was also received and filed,
but Mr. Moragne, however, was
instructed to furnish the school
with the necessary supplies.
A request P 1333A from II. H.
Brodie for painting the black
boards of the Eleele school was
received and placed on file as the
writer preferred to have this work
done after his return.
ReportsP1334 on school build
ings, etc., for June were received
from Anahola, Eleele, Hanama
ulu, Huleia, Kalaheo, Kapaa, Ka
pahi, Kauai High & Grammar,
Kekaha, Koloa, Koolau. Lihue,
Makaweh, Mana, Wailua and Wai
j mea Tl6 anil were placedon file.
I The lease from the County of
'Kauai to the 4th Infantry, Na
1 Finger Mitt 81.o0
2nd Prize- 1 Biiso
2nd. Prize: 8-o0? Xeek Ties
tional Guard of Hawaii, for an
ormory site, which was submitted
by the county attorney, was or
dered signed by the individual
members of the Boird.
Upon motion of Mr. Brandt,
seconded by Mr, Mentfoglio, the
engineer was instructed to com
municate with Mr. Fave in regard
to supplying the Kekaha village
with water by means of pipe from
the Kekalu ditch.
Upon suggestion of Mr. Mo
ragne the Board, by a unanimous
vcte, authorized the opening of
new accounts to be called respec
tively "macadamizing: Kealia,"
and macadamizing: Kukuio
lono." The Board by vote, upon mo
tion of Mr. McBryde, seconded
by Mr. Menefoglio, the matter of
receiving and taking action upon
the bids to be received for build
ing a teachers' cottage for the
High School, and which are ad
vertised to be opened on the 14th.
iust, was left in the hands of Mr.
Moragne and the chairman with
full power to the chairman in be
half of the Board to take what ac
tion he may see fit in the prem
ises. Mr. Brandt, upon his own re
quest, was granted leave of ab
sence until the latter part o f
At 3 P. M. the meeting adjourn
ed. subject, however, to the call
of the chair,
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