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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 12, 1916
(Continued from paRe 1)
Janitor Services &
New Sch.Bklgs. 1,551.19 '
Rep Sch. Houses &
Tchrs' Cottages' 1,523.55 4,130.91
Support & Maintenance of
County Road Machinery 95.14
Waimea Dint riet: Road Tax
Road Tax Special
Koloa District :
Rds & Bridges
Rds & Bridges
Kawaihau District: Maca
damizing Kealia 905.67
Rds & Bridges 1,536.31 2,441.98
Rds & Bridges 198.46 5,130.56
Grand Total $19,583.56
The report (R 187) of M. II.
Drummond, Deputy Bank Exam
iner, on the financial condition of
the County of Kauai for the six
months ending June 30th., 1916,
was received and filed.
The Financial Reports Nos. 188,
188a, 188aa and 188b, for the month
of August, 1916, was referred to
Mr. Brandt for report.
The Fnancial Reports No. 186,
186a, 186aa and 186b, for the
month of July, 1916, were approved
upon the report of the finance com
mittee. A letter from B. G. Rivenburgh,
Commissioner o f Public Lands,
dated July 31st, 1916, askiug for
the setting aside of a portion of the
land near the Kapaa school for a
park and play ground, and the re
ply of the chairman of this Board
to the same, were received and re
ferred to a committee of three con
sisting of Messrs. T. Brandt, J.
Rodrigues and J. II. Moragne, for
report. The clerk was instructed
to notify the commissioner of this
Mr. Brandt moved the appropria
tion of the sum of Five Hundred
Dollars ($500.00) for Roads and
Bridges, Niihau; seconded by Mr.
. Menefoglio and carried.
Of the Board's own motion the
chairman was authorized to approve
the bills of Thos. L. Andrews, con
tractor, when presented and duly
certified to by the proper county
Upon motion of Mr. Brandt, sec
onded by Mr. Rodrigues, the en
gineer was authorized to make ar
rangement at once for the building
of a bungalow for the use of the Ka
The report (P 1341) of the Coun
ty road supervisor for the month of
August was received and placed on
file. It read, in substance as fol
"Road Work: In Waimea Dis
trict; oiling lietween Kekaha and
Waiawa was completed. Repairing
of Hanapepe Valley road was finish
ed. Upkeep work along macadam
road was carried on as usual.
Koloa District: Macadamizing
on Kukuiolono road was suspended
in order to get enough rock hauled
to coniDlete the job. Grading on
the Lawai road contract was com
pleted and accepted by the Depart
ment of Public Works; bills for ful
payment have been approved and
returned for payment. Patching
has been done along Kalaheo and
Iawai where the road is now in
fair condition. The old bridge near
Koloa Landing is to be repaired.
Lihue District: Some grading
work was done on the Nawiliwili
Lihue grade where the road is being
straightened and widened; work of
patching and dressing all macadam
has been going on. The prison force
repaired the old road from the High
School down the hill to Nawiliwili;
the drainage tunnel from the main
road at the makai corner of the
wireless lot, extending back to the
pali under the railrord is now finish
ed. Kawaihau District: Regrading
across Anahola fiats was finished.
The culvert at Japanese store at
same place also finished except put
ting on the top slab. Some break
ing for macadam at Anahola is go
ing on. The large macadamizing
outfit was moved from Hanalei dis
trict and is now being set up at the
railroad crowing niauka of Kealia
where macadamizing M ill start in
about a week. j
Hanalei : Macadamizing between
Kalihiwai and Hanalei was connect
ed, which completes the belt road
in Hanalei District. The old road
from Hanalei bridge up the hill to
Princeville was also macadamized
to a width of 10 feet, on which road
22 cubic yards of crushed rock was
used, at a cost of a little more than
$2.50 per cubic yard for all expenses
connected with the job, except over-
lead. expenses for installing the
crusher and tracks from quarry to
Materials were ordered for. repairs
to Lumahai and Wainiha bridges
both of which are in a dangerous
condition; the repairs contemplated
will tide them over for not over two
years; tney will have to be replaced
by new structures (preferably con
Water Works: At Kapaa the
14000 feet of 6" redwood pipe is
now laid and is in use, giving en
tire satisfaction. The break at Hun
dley's place is toing raised 25 feet
so as to give more force to the Wai-
pouli line. The overflow water can
be used on the hospital grounds for
rrigation. Work of laying Waipouli
ine will begin soon. The proposed
new water works at Kekaha will re
quire 2SUU feet of 1V2 pipe and
2600 feet of 2" pipe for the main
to reach the village. Alxnit 2000
feet of distributing pipe will also be
required. Mr. Fave gives consent
to take water from the upper ditch.
The total cost of this water works
will be near $2000 00
Schools: More or less painting
and repairing has been done at all
schools except Mana, Makaweli,
leele, Lihue and Haena. A little
work remains to be done at some of
the schools mentioned. The new
cottage at High scliool is Hearing
completion. The bungalow school
room at some place is just finished.
A new bungalow school was built at
Makaweli, Kalaheo and Kilauea.
The new cook-house at Kapaa was
converted into a teacher's cottage."
Upon motion of Mr. Brandt, sec
onded by Mr. McBryde, the county
engineer was instructed to call for
bids for furnishing pipe for the Ke
kaha water works.
Mr. E. M.Cheatham, of the Wai
pouli homesteads, Kapaa, appear
ing in person, asked the Board for
the widening of the public road at a
place called Makaakualele in Kapaa-
uka and near tne jo. la reservoir
of the Makee Sugar Co. and after
some consideration of the matter
the same-was referred to Mr. Mo
ragne for report.
At VI o clocK m. a recess was
taken until 1;30 o'clock p. in.
At 1:30 o'clock p. m. the Board
again resumed its meeting.
A draft of an ordinance to pro
vide for the maintenance, manage
ment and operation of the Samui
Mahelona Memorial Hospital was
read by the chair after which the
matter was taken under advise
The chairman, upon motion of
Mr. Menefoglio, seconded by Mr
Brandt r was given full power to ap
prove the pay-rolls for the Hanalei
laborers upon presentation duly
certifird to by the proper ollicer.
A bill from the Spalding Construe
tion Co., of Honolulu, for account
rendered $608.70" was received am:
the clerk was instructed to ask the
claimants for an itemized statement
of the demand.
Mr. McBryde moved that the
auditor disregard all assignments
for wages of county employees after
the 25th. of this month and after
giving due public notice of same;
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, September 18, 1916, at the front door
the Capitol Building, Honolulu, there will be sold at public auction,
under Section 380, Revised Ltws of Hawaii of 1915, general leases
the following described lands:
ANAHOLA LOTS, ANAHOLA, KAUAI.
(9) Lots Nos, 24. 25 and 26, Block "J", Kapaa Town Lot,
containing an area of 22,445 square feet, more or less; upset rental
$25.00 per annum, pavable semi annually in advance; teMn of lease,
5 yearsfrom September 18, 1916.
(10) 3.0 acres, more or less, of land situate at Kapaa, Puna,
Kauai, for Mule Stables and Camp Site; upset rental, $50.00 per an
num, pavable semi-nnnuallv in advance; term of lease, 5 years from
September 18, 1916.
Purchaser shall pav cost of advertising.
For maps and further Information, apolv at the office of the As
sistant Rub-Agent, Miss Bernire Hundley. Kapaa. Kauai, or at the
office of the Commissioner of Public Lauds. Capitol Building. Honolulu.
Bkrtram G. Rivenburgh,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu. August 3, 1916.
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 vrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 10 00
(3) . . 22 1.7 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 18, 1916 17.00
(4) .. 53 .88 " 5 vrs, from Sept. 24, 116 15. CO
(5) . . 54 1.2 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 12.00
(6) .. 55 1.85 " 5 vrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 18 00
(7.) . . 56 2.48 " 5 vrs. from Sept. 24, 1916 15.00
(8).. 57 2.06 " 5 us. from Sept. IB, 1916 26.00
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Mr. McBryde moved for the ap
propriation of the sum of fourteen
thousand, one hundred and fifty-
five dollars ($14,155.00) out of
moneys available in the treasury as
additional appropriations for the
purposes named below, viz:
County Lot & Building 100.(X)
District Court & Jail, Lihue 5.00
Water Works : Kawaihau 1 , 100.00 1
Roads & Bridges. Waimea 200.00
Macadamizing, Kukuiolono 1,200.00
Roads & Bridges, Koloa 1,100.00
do Lihue 1,300.00
do Kawaihau 2,(XX).00
Macadamizing, Kealia 1,000.00
do Kalihiwai-IIanalei 5,000.00
Roads & Bridges, Hanalei 1,150.00 j
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