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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, MARCH 13, 1917.
(Continued from Page l)
Salary Cty Kd Supervisor 2"0.00
Pay of Police:
J. V 1.00
1 .'.I .(K l.loO.OO
Cty Hliiit: Janitor Service
County Lot & Pldg
District Courts, etc:
Expenses of Election
Expenses of Witnesses
Hospitals: Eleele oO.OO
Sam. Mahelona Mem.llosp. 41tJ.!l")
Incidentals: Attorney 5.50
Cty lid Supervisorl55.00 422.1)0
Lkhtiim Puh (irds ev Parks 3.30
Schools: Furniture 15.90
Jan. Scrv. A Sup. 9(5.33
llepair & Main. Sch.
BHgs. & Grds 1,245.18 1,357.41
Stationery: . 48.00
Support of Prisoners 310. SO
County lid Machinery
Waiiuea District: Oiling lids
Ild Tax Spec,
1,282.(10 1,300. (50
Koloa District: Ild Tax
Lihue District: lid Tax
Kawaihau District: Macad
Kealia 1 ,377.(58
lids A lklgs 1.G7G.72
lid Tax Spe.
Hanalei Discrict: Mac.
lids it Edges 973.00
Ild Tax Spec.
Deposits 499.75 1,314.75
Grand Total 8 15.110.88
Mr. McHryde moved the appro
priation of the sum of four thou
sand, two hundred and ninety two
dollars (.81,292.00) as additional
appropriations tor the purposes
named helow, viz:
Samuel Mahelona Memorial
Waterworks: Kalaheo 100.00
Iloads it Bdgs: Kawaihau 2,000.00
Iloads and P.dgs: Hanalei 1,200.00
seconded hy Mr Mcnefoglio, the
same was can ied.
A report (P 1381) was receive
from the county clerk for nomina
tions fees received hy him up to th
(5th, inst. from candidates to he
nominated at the primaiv for va
rious ollices under the County
Kauai ami was ordered placeil on
Alter hearing L lias. A. nice am
E. II. W. Broadbcnt, who appear
ed in hehalf of the resident of Grove
Farm and Huleia, Lihue, on the
matter of macadamizing the road
from the junction of the Grove
Farm road to Huleia, the Board hv
unanimous vote authorized t h
County road supervisor to maei
damie the mail as soon as practic
At r' o clock noon a mvs wa
taken until 1 :iiO p. m.
At 1 :30 p. m. the Board resume
A communication (P 135a) from
Mls 15 h. j. Hundley, supervising
principal, requesting that the County
road engineer he authorized to look
into t lie condition of the road in
front of the Fleclo school, with a
view to having same put in good
condition was referred to the latter
official with full authority to act in
A requisition (P 135) from the
Supervising principal for supplies
for the Koloa, Kalaheo, Eleele and
Kapaa schools, and another one
from II. II. Brodie, principal, for a
barrel of lime, etc., for the Eleele
hool, were refcrrrd to Mr. Mo-
ragne with full power to act.
communication dated t h c
28th. ult., from A. G. Kauhikou of
ihue, accepting his appointment
as a trustee of the Samuel Mahelona
Memorial Hospital was received and
placed on rile.
Anolhercommunieation dated the
5th. inst., whereby Mr. G. P. il-
cox, 6f Kealia, tendered his resigna
tion as a trustee of the Samuel
Mnlie nun Mcmoria Hospital, was-1
vecived and, the resignation ac
A request 13S(i from the Koloa
Sugar Co. for permission to lav a
portable tract acro.-s thegovernment
road near the old l'anchhouse, and
imothcr one P 137 from the Mc-
Bryde Sugar Co. Ltd. also for per
mission to lay portable track but
from the Kauai railroad track cross
ing at Koloa the Piwai Ilonic-
teads'cane fields of that company
i 1 i j l . 1
wore rtreiwd una noin i nrso re-
quests were granted.
Reports P 13SS on school
buildings, etc. lor January were re
ceived from Anahola, Eleele, Ilana-
maulu, Huleia, Kalaheo, Kapaa
Lihue, Kapahi, Kauai High it
Grammar, Kckaha, Kilauea, Koloa,
Koolau, Lihue, Mana and Waimea
mil were placed on lile.
The report P 1389 of theCoun
y road supervisor for the mouth of
February was received and ordered
laced on file. It was as follows:
Tlie mail work m Ytaniict;, Koioaan
l.ihue list riets went mi alioiit liUe last
month. Tin.- maiN arc mm 111 pretty
ynoil shape. In Kawailian urading ain
tuacatlaiiiizinir was started. The concrete
ulvert at Kealia was linislied. Tin
rusher started mi the -tn. and maca
damizing is goins; ahead satisfactorily.
The small new macadamiini; out lit is
hcir.g overhauled and will lu set to wor
ut Anahola as soon as tin" hmkc!) eiiirini
Hurts arrive, proliahly next week. Stum
breaking went mi at Anahola bridui
And ut H place 1 mile Kealia side of Ana
hola, also at Waipouli.
In Hanalei District The ha'ancc of
the slides were removed. Repairs at and
near Wainihu bridge were cmupli ti
not the main road is mnv in lair condi
tion. Some work was done mi the river
road above Haliuici bridge.
Schools- A two room addition (bed
room nnd dining room) was built mi ti
the new cottage at l.ihue. New hylo
plate black boards were put in the oh
school house at l.ihue mill ; the buildin
was repaired ami deUs enough found t
supply the new teacher.
The park fence at Kapaa- school i
Water Works: No work of consi
quence was done on water works diii in
the month. "g
Mr. Moragne. speaking on the
matter of securing good water for
the use of the Kapahi school, stated
that he had ordered a tank for tin
use of that school and would put it
in place soon after its receipt her
anil tins would dispense with am
, , , , , .i
more worry that sohool might hav
for good water.
The Board, of its own motion, and
by unanimous vote, authorized the
County road engineer to fence in
the land added to the Kapaa school
premises as soon as practicable.
The usual financial reports for
the month of February were receiv
ed and referred to Mr. Brandt for
Mr. McBryde, on behalf of the
committee appointed at last meet
ing, in reporting, recommended t hat
the water rate now in vogue, which
is one dollar (Sl.OU) per month for
each connection remain the same.
But where two or more families are
using water from the same connec
tion the superintendent of the local
water works shall use his discretion
in taxing the consumers but this to
he done only after the superinten
dent lias consulted the County road
engineer as to what assessments to
make. The report was accepted.
A communication under date of
the 5th. inst. from I. M. Stainhaek,
Attorney General, and addn .-sod to
Win. Henry Iticc. Sheriff, suggest
ing that t h e Board appropriate
money to pay the expniM s of a ;
special prosecutor to attend t he pre- I
sent March term of the ( 'ireuit
Court of the Fifth Circuit . was n- '
ived ami the Hoard, alter having
icaiii i otint Attorney iiaioon ine
lieccssitv ol engaging a special pro-
ecutor, and hy unanimous vote,
leelineil to accept the suggestion.
A hid from Messrs. Wall Nichols
'o. of Honolulu, furnishing single
.hool desks, which wasthe only
id, was received and the offer t"
lurmsh a number ot desks for
'.I79.(I0, delivery to he m a d e
O. B. Port Allen, was accepted
ii.pon the advice of the County road
ngineer, Mr. Moragne.
A request P from E. Allen
'reevey, Vocational Instructor of
chools, throogli the chair for one
5, feet garden hose for the use of
the Eleele school cottage, Olid for
2000 feet of pipe besides elbows for
the Kapaa school was received and
the Board, by vote, authorized the
purchase of 50-feet of garden hose
or the Eleele school cottage, but
efused the request for pipe for the
In regard to the matter of filling
the office of a trustee of the Samuel
Mahelona Memorial Hospital made
aeant by the resignation of G. P.
Wilcox, the chair was given full
uthority 1 o communicate with
'has. II. Wilcox, one of the trus
ees, now in Honolulu, for sugges
At 2:150 p. in the meeting ad-
uvned, subject, however, to the
ill of the chair.
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Firm CiKcrrr, Tukkitory
,t Chambers In Trobate
In the Matter of the Estate of
Mary Yoshioka Yanagihara, of
Kilauea. Kauai, deceased.
Order of notice of hearing peti
tion for administration,
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Kitchitaro Yanagihara, ot
Kilauea. Kauai, alleging that Mary
Yoshioka Yanagihara, of Kilauea,
Kauai, died intestate at said Kila
uea, o:i the 31st day of December,
D. 1916, leaving property in
the Hawaiian Islands necessary to
be administered upon, and praying
that letters of administration issue
to him, the said Kitchitaro Yana
gihara. It is ordered that Saturday, the
24th. dav of March, A. I). 1917,
at 9 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 :nav appear and show cause, if
any they have, why uaid petition
should not be granted, and that
notice of this order be published
in the English language for three
successive weeks in the Garden
Island newspaper in Lihue.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, February
17th. 1917, -(Seal)
(Sgd.) Lyle A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Duan,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the
Feb. 20-27, March 6-13.
In the Circuit Court o v The
Fii'Tii Judicial Circuit,
Territory ok Hawaii.
At Chambers In Probate
In the Matter of the Kstate of
Annie Pakauila Kauhnc (w) of Ka
paa, Kauai, deceased testate.
Order of notice of hearing petition
for probate of will.
A document purporting to he the
lust will and testament of Annie
Pakauila Kauhnc (w) deceased, hav
ing on the day of February, A.
1). 1017, been presented to said
Probate Court, and a petition for
the probate thereof, and for the in
suanee of letters testamentary to..
Mahiai Kaneakua, of Kapaa, Coun
ty of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
having been tiled by the said J. Ma
It is hereby ordered, that Satur
lay, the 24th. day of March, A. I).
1U17, at il o (dock a. in., of said
day, at the court room of said court,
ot Lihue, County of Kauai, be and
the same hereby is appointed the
time and place for proving said will
and hearing said application.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, February,
Py the Court,
(Sgd) I). W'.m. Dean,
Feb. 20-27. March (5-1:5.
In Tke Circuit Court, Fifth
Cikcuit, Territory of
At Chambers In Probate,
In the matter of the estate of
Manuel Joaquin Pavao, deceased.
Notice to Creditors
The undersigned Manuel J. Car
valho. the dufv appointed, quali
fled. and acting administrator of the
estate of Manuel Joaquin Pavao, de
ceased, hereby gives notice to all
persons haying cla:ms against the
Kstate of the said MauueJ Joaquin
Pavao, deceased to present such
claims, duly authenticated, and with
pioper vouchers, if any exist, even
though such claims be seemed by
mortgage ot real estate, to the mi
dersigned, at his place of business
at Makaweli, Kauai, Camp No. 4,
Territory of Hawaii, within six
months from the date of this pub
lication, and if not vet due within
six months from the day thev fall
due, or such claims will be forever
Dated nt Lihue, Kauai, March
Manuel J. Carvai.iio.
Administrator of the estate of
Manuel Joaquin Carva'.ho, deceas
ed. Mai. 6-13-2d-27.
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