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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1917
(Continued from page 1.)
Kawnihau 105.(X) '
Haiinl.-i 10.r,.00 7:?.(X)
County Jail 250.00
County Lot & Building 22.27
Ram Mahelona Mom Hospital 3H.05
Incidentals: County Clerk 4.20
Lighting Pul. Grounds & Parks .00
Repairs School Houses fc
Tchrs' Cottages 140.00
Oiling Roads 10.48
Roads & Bridges GflO.OO 700.48
Macad: Ku'olono 30.04
Roads & Bridges 400.00
Lihue: Roads Bridges 300.00
Macad: Kealia 050.00
Roads & Bridges 5S0.O0 1 ,230.00
ITanalei: Roads Bridges 3,350.00
Discount it Interest 1.03
Seconded by Mr. Rodrigues, the
same was carried.
A communication (P1371) under
date of the 30th. ult., signed by
the McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd., and
others of Eleele, Kauai, requesting
adequate police protection was re
ceived and upon motion of Mr.
Brandt, seconded by Mr. Menefog
lio, the Sheriff was given full author
ity to appoint a policeman for the
Eleele section of the Koloa district,
but only after he has consulted the
petitioners and others in Eleele.
The report (P 1372) of the pound
master for Lihue for the quarter
ending with December 31. last was
approved upon motion of Mr. Mene
foglio. A requisition (P1373) for repair
ing the teachers' cottage at Eleele
was referred to Mr. Moragne with
full power to act in the premises.
The report (P1374) of the coun
ty road supervisor for the month of
December was received and placed
on file. It was as follows:
"Up to the 18th. not much road
work was done. On the 18th. very
heavy rains fell in the mountains,
being extremely heavy in the water
sheds of Waimea ami Wainiha
streams and other streams in their
vicinity. The Waimea stream was
higher than ever known at and
above its junction with the Maka
weli stream. The town of Waimea
was flooded but fortunately the
highest water came at low tide and
the mouth of the river was open,
otherwise serious damage would
have been done. Very little damage
done to roads except away up the
valley where there is but little traf
fic. At Kekupua, the whole valley
was flooded, coveiing the road be
tween the two bridges; the fences
on both sides of the road were wash
ed away but the asphalt bound ma
cadam was not injured in the least.
Lawai stream, in Koloa district,
was very high; the concrete arch
bridge had about all it could do to
carry the water, which was up to
the top of the arch.
Hanalei stream was near its high
est mark and the road was covered
from the bridge as far as the road
follows the river must have been
three feet of water in places, but
very little damage done.
Waiole stream was over the road
on both sides of the bridge, came
near cutting away the whole road
at a point 150 feet from bridge on
Haena side; the lower half went
for a distance of 30 feet or so.
Waipa stream was extremely
high, went over the road just as if
there was no bridge there and wash
ed out the high fill approach on the
Haena side of the bridge for a dis
tance of 93 feet clear across the old
channel of the stream. At this place
a new pile structure of light but
strong construction has been erected
which will be ready for traffic to
day. No damage, at Waikoko.
A number of small slides occurred
between Waikoko and Lumahai
none of which were largo enough to
block traffic. Wainiha was much
higher than ever known to be; the
water was at least IV2 feet over the
floor of the bridge. Some of the
village houses were washed away.
The bridge was not damaged but
the small culvert 200 feet or so on
Hanalei side of the bridge washed
out'and about 40 feet of the mad
went with it. The macadam on both
sides for a distance of several hun
dred feet was damaged. A slide
opposite Wainiha warehouse on Ha
ena road completes the list of dam
ages to the main road.
Water Works: Kekaha Water
Works finished, is now in use and
giving good satisfaction. At Kala
heo improvement pipe laying has
been going slow but will probably
be finished in a month or so. At
Anahola the intake has been blasted
out and trenches made ready for
laying. The water is to be taken
from Anaholx stream at a point
2000 feet or so above the bridge
about 3 or 4 hundred feet mauka of
the government ditch intake.
Schools: The new teachers' cot
tage at Mana was completed on the
29th. This cottage was built of
materials of the old cottage removed
from former site and is a neat com
fortable house, consisting of two
bed-rooms, kitchen, bathroom and
large screened room, which is pro
tected by a veranda on two sides.
All other school matters received
In the matter of a County war
rant (being No. 5419) for 821.00,
dated Lihue, Kauai, October 5,
1910, drawn by the county auditor
in favor of one W. K. Saniuola up
on the treasurer of the county of
Kauai, but cashed by another, the
Board, upon motion of Mr. Brandt,
voted to ask the county attorney fof
Upon motion of Mr. Brandt, the
Kauai Electric Co., Ltd., of Waini
ha was allowed the use of the coun
ty mules in the Hanalei district at
tile rate of one dollar (81 .(H)) per
Upon motion of Mr. Rodrigues
the county road supervisor was giv
en full authority to repair the gov
ernment pound at Kapaa, being the
count v stables premises at that place.
At 11:30 A. M. the meeting ad
journed, subject to the call of the
In Till' CiKcriV Covkt, Firm
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M. E. GOMES, JR. formerly manager and pro
prietorof the RELIABLE TRANSFER CO Ltd.
announces that he lias taken the management of
the ANDREWS EXPRESS CO. and would like
to solicit his former patronage. He will give his
former natrons the same attention to all orders
that may lie entrusted in his care.
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t Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Estate of
Charles Blake, of Koloa, County
of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, de
ceased, Order of notice of hearing peti
tion for administration,
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Henry Blake, brother and
creditor of deceased, of Koloa, Ka
uai. alleRinjr that Charles Blake,
of Koloa, aforesaid died intestate
at Wailua, Kauai, on the 31sl day
of December, A. D. 1916, leaving
property in the Hawaiian Islands
necessary to be administered upon,
to wit: real and personal property
of the value of $2075, and praying
that letters of administration is
sue to W. O. Crowell.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
10th. dav of February, A. D. 1917.
at lo o'clock A. M., be and here
by is appointed for hearing said
petition in the court room of this
court at Lihue, Kauai, at which
time and place all persons concern
ed :uav appear and show cause, if
any thev have, why said petition
should not be granted.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, January
(Sgd.) Lylk A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the
Notice of Sale of
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday. Jan
uary 22nd, 1917, at the front door
of .the Capitol Building, Honolulu,
there will be sold at Public Auction,
under Section 380, Revised Laws of
Hawaii of 1915, General Leases of
the following described Government
(1) Government Land known as
the Kapahi Camp Site, Kawaihau,
Kauai, containing an area of 3.7
acres, more or less; upset rental
$100.00 per annum, payable semi
annually in advance; term of lease,
0 years from January -22nd, 1917.
(2) The following lots in the
Kapaa Homestead Tract, Kawai
hau, Kauai. ,
Lots 1, 1A, 2. 2A, 3, 3A, 4, 4A,
5, 5A, 0, OA, 10, 10A, 12, 12A, 8,
8A, 9, 9A, 11, 11 A, 17, 17A, S,
ISA, 19, 19A, 21, 21 A, 24, 24A,
25, 25A, 20, 20A and 02, eoniain
ing en area of 70.90 acres, more or
less; upset rental 8142.00 per an
num, payable semi-annually in ad
vance; term of lease. 10 years from
January 22nd, 1917.
The purchaser shall pay the cost
For maps and further informa
tion, apply at the ollioo of the As
sistant Sub Agent, Miss Bernice E.
L. Hundley, Kapaa, Kauai, or at
the office of the Commissioner of
Public Lands, Capitol Building, Ho
nolulu. B. (i. RlVKSUlMill,
Commissioner of 1,'ulilie Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, December 12,
Dec. 19-20 Jan. 2-9-10.
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