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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, APRIL 10, 1917,
(Continued from Page 1)
homesteaders, headed by Messrs.
C. E. French, E. M. Cheatham
and F. C. Tracy, at 11 o'clock a.
m. was received by the Hoard.
They meed for immediate and
necessary repairs to be given the
Kapaa homesteads' roads which
are now in very bad condition.
After hearing the gentlemen and
representatives Mr. Brandt moved
for the appropriation of $100.00
for putting the homesteads' roads
in good condition, and being sec
onded by Mr. Rodrigues the same
A request (P 1396 was received
from the Honorable Lyle A. Dic
key, Judge of the Circuit Court of
the Fifth Circuit, T. II . for an ap
propriation of 5600.00 to cover tin
expenses of his court to June nest,
and upbn the motion ot )r.
Brandt seconded by Mr. Mcncfog
lio, an additional appropriation of
$600.00 was authorized for the
purpose same to be paid out of all
moneys available in the County
The report (P 1397) of the
County Road Supervisor for the
month of March just passed was
received and filed. It was as fol
lows: "Road work in Waimea, Koloa
and Lihue Districts went on much
th? same as last month. . At Wai
mea mill about 60 cubic vards of
rock was crushed, to be used in
renewing the bridge near the
manageis house in Kekaha, and
for patching roads. Bridges up
Hanapepe valley were replaced.
In Koloa district work was done
on the Homestead roads and in re
pairs to the main roads.
Besides general repair and dress
ing of main road, work of drain
ing and rounding was begun on
the Wailua falls road, In Kawai-
hau, grading on relocations of
main road went on. Sluicing on
the Hui lands was firished, also at
the grade just Kealia side of the
14 mile post near Auahola gulch,
which will be finished this week.
All regrading this side of Auahola
will probably b e finished this
month. Maeadaini.'iig at Kealia
was seriously interfered with by
heavy' rain. The macadam has
now reached a point about half
way between Kealia Store and
Kealia Bridge also to a point 1.500
feet niauka of the crusher.
The small crusher is now beir.a
set up at Auahola bridge where
macadamizing will begin right a
way. Stone breaking was finished at
both Auahola places and is now
going on in two places on the Hui
lands where' about 3,000 yard
more is needed.
In Hanalei District, lieavv rains
washed the surface of macadam
roads badly in places; around Kila
up the washing was worse than
other places The above washec
surfaces are now being !ven :
coat of dirt which will prevent
loosening up of the No. . The
oil that was applied on washed sm-
faces .thing Hanalei riwr has prov
ed a success; more oil is needed to
cover the balance of this roaad.
The last lieavv rains damaged the
fill approach to Waikoko bridge on
Wainiha side; the sea piled up the
smd and forced the stream against
the road;the damage was repaired,
A few slides that came down ot
Kalihiwai were ckart-d awiy.
Schools: A 1.000 gallon wakr
tank was installed to K;.pahi
The addition to the teachers cot
tage at Lihue was finished.
Water Wot ks:Nothiiig much was
done;all seem to be in good work
Recommendation I would Jike
to oil the macadam road in places
in Lihue and Koloa districts, all
level or practically level stritches
where not too badly worn should
in my opinion be oiled. Badly worn
Bv oiling the best stretches they
can be made N hist a number of
years yet and the necessity of re
construction more rapidly than
funds would permit would b e
obviated to a great extent."
Reports(P 1398) on school build
ing for the month of March last
was received from Auahola, Hana
maulu, Huleia. Kalaheo, Kapaa,
Kapahi, Kauai High, Kekiha. Ki
lauea, Koloa, Koolau, Lihue, Ma
na, Wailua, and Waimea and were
placed on file.
Monthly Financial Reports Nos.
192, 192a, and I92aa; 193, 193a,
193aa and 193b; 164, 194a, 194aa,
and 194b; 196, 196a, 195aa, and
196b, for November, December,
January and February last, also
the Treasuier's annual report (R
195) for 1916, were approved upon
the advice of Mr. Brandt. .
Financial Reports Nos. 196,1 96a ,
196aa, and 196b for March last
wen referred to Mr. Brandt fa-
A request I P 1 399 1 was received
from the county sheriff for a new
jail and for repairs to be given the
Hanalei court house and upon the
motion of Mr. McBrvde the board
voted to build a new jail and to
rtpair the Hanalei court house as
A request P 14001 from Kala
heo Homesteads for police protec
tion for that locality was referred
to the county sheriff for report and
A report (P 1401) from the
Poundmaster of Lihue for the
quarter ending March 31st last
was approved upon the recom
mendation of Mr. Meuefoglio.
Mr. McBryde moved for the ap
propriation of the sum of S3, 735 00
as additional appropriations for the
uses named below same to be
paid out of all moneys available in
the Country Treasury, viz:
District Pounds $ 10.00
Water Works: Kalaheo 25 00
Roads & Bridges:
Hanalei 700,00 3,700.00
In thk Circuit Court, Firm
Judicial Circuit, Territory
At Chambers In Probate,
In the Mattor of Hie Estate of
Charles Blake of Koloa, Kauai,
Order of notice of hearing petition
for sale of Real Estate
On reading and filing the peti
tion of W. O. Crow-ell, Adminis
trator of the 'Estate of Charles
Blake, deceased, wherein petition
er prays for a license to sell Real
Estate of said deceased, to pay the
claims of indebtedness against said
It is ordered, that Saturday, the
28th day of April, A. 1). 1917, at
9:30 o'clock A. M. before the
udge of said Court presiding at
Chambers at his Court Room in
Lihue, Kauai, be and the same
hereby is appointed the time and
place forbearing said Petition, and
that all persons interested may
then a id theie appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the
same should not be granted. And
that notice of this Order, be pub
lished in the "Garden Island," a
newspaper printed and published
in this Circuit, four times succes
sively, to wit; March 27, A. D.
1917, and on April 3, 10, 17, A.
Dated the 27th. day of Mar. 1917.
(Sg) Lylk A. Dickey,
Judge c.f the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
Sgd) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Circuit. Territory of Hawaii.
A. O. Kaulckou,
Attorney for' petitioner.
Mar. 27 April 3-10-17.
Notice ot Sale of
The Board, upon a verbal request
from the County Road .Supervisor,
bv unanimous vote authorized the
chairman to approve a bill which
may be presented liter by Mr
Charles Titcomb of Kapaa for
breaking stone at Waiponli pro
viding he, t lie chairman, is satis
seel that the same is correct.
At the request of Mr. Rodrigues
Mr. Moragne was asked to look
ovet and report the condition of
the homes'cad road near the 18th
Camp reservoir of the Makee Sugar
Company at Katuaialna Kapua.
Upon the motion of Mr. Mc
Bryde duly seconded it was voted
to fence in the school lot and put
lie park at Omao Homesteads
A petitition (P 1402) was re
ccived from Kalaheo. which pravec
for the macadamizing of the Lusi
tania street at Kalaheo Homesteads
from a point from the belt road
past the- railroad station to the
folks of the roads, and was placed
on file to be consideied later wilt
funds are available.
At 12 noon the Board look a re
cess until :M) v. m.
A FTE K N OON S KSS I O X
Upon reconvening at 1:30 p. ni.
the board on the motion of Mr.
Brandt granted permission to the
Waimea Sugar Plantation to con
struct a railroad crossing at a point
between Mr. C, B. Ilofgaard's
it-sulence and the Waimea school j
premises, the work to be v.n-'ei i
the supervision oi the e..i.i:iv r ad I
Mr. John F. Nr. Auiomol ilt '
Editor of the AdveitiM-r. Ko:o-,
lulu aftei giving son e vtrv inter
esting inform:;! ion rcgrr scenic
p ints of interests on Kauai M'.g
gested the putting up of sui .s at
certain points on the Pelt road . u:
side roads for the guidaiiLc ol i . o
pie and of tomists The Bo: ni
finding the suggestions pre per of
its own motion voted that i. cb
member nu.Ve i-ggest.ions i,t i x
meeting as 'o win re these i ur
should also be placed ,;i.d also j .v
At 12 o'clock noon, Tuesday,
April 17th. 11117, at the front door
f the Capitol Building, Honolulu,
then; will be sold at Public Auction,
the following (iovornnient land:
Kapaa Town Lots, Kauai.
No. Block Area Pi ice
!) A 22'.IOO sq. i't. . o
10 A 11 110 sq. ft. KH)
11 A loToO sq. ft. KKJ
12 A 22000 sq. ft. 100
7 B loOT") sq. ft. 2o
Terms cash .
Pure! laser to pay cost of stamps.
For maps ami further particulars,
apply at tin- nil'u f the Sub Agent,
Miss Bern ice K. L. llundly, Kapaa,
Kauai, or at the oilier of the Cnn
niissioiicr of Public Lands, Ca; itol
B. (1. UivKM'.rnon,
Commissioner of Public Land.-
Dated at Honolulu, February 2S.
March C-U-20-27. April tf-10.
Treat your face at home,
Fanny Briutis Carr Famous
Cucumber Face Preparations
removes freckles, pimples,
wrinkles and blackheads and
Sold at Lihue Store and
C. B. Hofgaard, Waimea.
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stretches and grades must be re
surfaced bv application of addi- estimates of the co.it of earn n;
tional crushed r ck and thi use of , out this work.
some artificial binder, this work to At 3 o'clock p, m. the nnet'ug &!S&SS
be done in the ordei that it is need-1 adjourned subjut to the call ot
ed most. 'the chair.
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THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco BerliU
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in anv one account.
Safk Deposit Boxes i ok
Rent $2 and Jo a Year
Not Always Necessary
in ordering shoes from our large winter Mrk.
Footwear will be sent on approval if cn hae
established an account with us. It will be will
to do so now,
We have a large assortment in the very la'esi
shapes and materials.