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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. 1916
FINAL STRETCH OF
THE HALE ROAD
Next week what is popularly
known as the Hnnnlei rond will
ho macadamized from llama to
Moloaa, and the road plant will he
moved into Kealia for work on the
final stretch, Excellent progress
has been made so far on the big job
and Uoad Supervisor Moragne ex
presses himself as being fully satis
fied. The final stretch of road still to
be macadamized extends from Wai
pouli race track to Molcaa gulch,
through Kapaa and Kealia, a stretch
of 12 miles altogether. The pres
ent idea is to complete it by the
first of next July, which will mean
a macadamized sweep all the way
from Kekaha to llaena.
Something over a year ago the
desirability of bonding the county
for macadamizing the Ilnnalei road
was seriously discussed, the idea
being that by bonding the road
might be finished quicker. Mr.
Moragne agreed, that matters might
be expedited some by bonding, but
said he could, by pegging away,
finish the job in two years without
borrowed money. His plan was
endorsed, and seems to be working
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away. But not until they had been
joined by eleven Kauai boys who
had applied for membership in the
camp with Charles F. Loomis, of
the Kauai Y. M. C. A.
The remainder of the first day in
camp was spent in getting acquaint
ed, setting up tents, building a field
oven and in arranging supplies. The
camp site at Haena is the Haena
school grounds occupied by Mr. and
Mrs. Booco,-where the boys were
permitted to camp through the
courtesy of the school authorities.
The following day was spent in
visiting the dry and wet caves on
that side of the island, and the Ho
nolulu boys declared that they had
never even imagined caves so large
and romantic and mysterious look
ing. These boys feel that in these
caves, Kauai has an attraction, for
tourists that should be spread broad
cast. But their pleasure in visiting
these caves and in enjoying a swim
in the cold waters of the wet caves
was as nothing compared to the en
thusiasm expressed by some of the
Dartv who made the trip from the
Wainiha power house to the intake
station, some five miles further up
the trail. Mr. Lambert, who is al
so secretary of the Trail it Mountain
Club of Honolulu, states that thougl
he has been over all the mountain
trails of Oahu at least once, and
some of them many times.including
the iK'autiful Punaluu trail, the
Wuiniha trail is superior to them
all and that trail alone entitles Ku
mi in Lev name of the "(iarden
On Thursday evening the Uys
were treated to a delicious luau by
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Rice, Sr. Fri
day the entire party ascended the
road to the power house where they
were addressed by Mr. Menefoglio,
superintendent, and shown a 1
through the plant, after which the
entire party were the guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Menefoglio for luncheon
Tin. Honolulu Dartv consists of
Corwin Sayres, Theodore Adranga,
Henry Judd, Yoken Mau, Joe Ka-
tsunuma, Toshi Kuninobu, Ross
Pane and R. K. Lambert. The Ka
uai contingent comprised the three
Rice bovs, Harrison, Paul, am
Richard; the three Lydgate boys,
llniiiiT. Mortimer, and Percy; tin
two Cheatham boys, Ormy am:
Hale- Condon Benton and William
Moragne. Mr. Loomis and Mr. E.
F, Cheatham, father of the two
Cheatham loys, sin-nt several days
with the lKiys in the camp ami ex
pect to return for other short stays
during the two weeks. Hie men
mill luiVH from Honolulu arc loud
in their praise of the kindness y
(I,., ivmifii ni'iiolc and of the assis
tanee rendered them by Mr. Loumn
and Mr. Cheatham.
OFF OCTOBER 7TH
The primary election for members
of the Legislature will be held on
Saturday, October 7. This date is
fixed by Act 152 of the last Legisla
ture, amending the election" law.
This is about a month later than
primaries heretofore held and i s
only a month prior to the regular
election. All other parts of the law
relating to the filing of nomination
papers, etc., remain the same.
The county election will not take
place until next May.
At the coming election there will
be chosen for this island one senator,
the term of Senator ('has. A. Rice
laving expired. Senator Mikaele
holds over. Four representatives are
also to be chosen. It is understood
that Representative Coney will run
for the senate. Representative John
Fassoth has left the island. Repre
sentative Lota will run again and it
is understood that Representative
Kula is waiting for lighting to
strike again somewhere over in his
The only .Democrat thus far in
the field is John Chandler, of Ko
loa, for the senate.
MORSES ON COAST
Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. B.
Morse, recently of the Eleele school,
will be interested in the following
extracts from a letter written by
Mr. Morse at Palo Alto, Cal., on
July 2!1, shortly after their arrival
in their new home:
'We arrived last Tuesday even
ing .on the 'Manoa" after a slow
and somewliat rough trip. On the
last two days we had unusually
rough weather, meeting strong nurth
westerly winds. Our boat, how
ever, was quite heavily loaded with
sugar, pines and bananas and
rode steadily, although the decks
were washed by the waves quite
freely at times. I think all the
passengers were glad when we land-
d after a voyage of nearly Tl'hiys.
"The fruit crop of California is
eported quite light this year, "but
since unusually high prices prevail,
it is thought the average income
will not be lowered very much.
"We arc having byautiful weath
er lie re in Palo Alto. Every day is
clear and cool.
"We notice a wonderful improve
ment in the roads alwut here. The
state highway, ami many other
macadamized roads, make autoing,
through the many miles of fruit
orchards, very enjoyable indeed."
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, September 18, 1916, at the front door
of the Capitol Building, Honolulu, there will be sold at public auction,
under -Section 330, Revised Laws of Hawaii of 1915, general leases
of the lollowing described lands:
ANAHOLA LOTS, ANAHOLA. KAUAI.
(9) Lots Nos. 24, 25 and 26, Block "J", Kapaa Town Lots,
containing an area of 22,445 square feet, more or less; upset rental
$25.00 per annum, payable semi-annually in advance; term of lease,
yearsfrom September 18, 1916.
(10) 3.0 acres, more or less, of land situate at Kapaa, Puna.
Kauai, for Mule Stables and Cainp Site: upset rental, $50.00 per an
num, payable semi-annually in advance; term of lease, 5 years from
September 18, 1916.
Purchaser shall pav cost of advertising.
For maps and further Information, apply at the office of the As
sistant Sub-Agent, Miss Bernice Hundley, Kapaa. Kauai, or at the
office of the Commissioner of Public Lands. Capitol Building. Houo
Bertram G. Rivknbukcih,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu. August 3, 1916.
Aug. 8-15 22-29, Sept. 5-12.
Notice of Sale of
A 12 o'clock noon, Monday,
September 18, 1916. the following
government land will be sold at
public auction, at the front door of
the Capitol Building, Honolulu:
Block "L," Kapaa Town Lots
Puna, Kauai, containing an area
of 66,640 square feet, more or less,
Upset price, $1,000.00.
Purchaser shall pav cost o i
For maps and further informa
tion. apply at the office of the As
sistant Sub-Agent, Miss Bernice
Hundley, Kapaa, Kauai, or at the
office of the Commissioner of Pub
lic Lands, Capitol Building, Ho
Bertram G Rivenhurgh,
Commissioner of Public Lands
Dated at Honolulu, August 3
Aug. 8-15-22-29. Sept. 5-12
Notice of Sale of Government Leases
Lot No. Area. Term. Annual
(1 . . . 4 1.97 Acs. 5 yrs. from Sept 24. 1916 $30.00
(2) , . 20 .31 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 10 00
(3) .. 22 1.7 " 5 yrs, from Sept. 18, 1916 17.00
(4) .. 53 .88 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 24, lvl6 15. CO
(5" . . 54 1.2 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 12.00
(6) .. 55 1.85 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 18 00
(7) .. 56 2.48 " 5 vrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 15.00
(8) .. 57 2.06 " 5 yrs. from Sept in, 1916 26.00
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