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TIIK GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, MAY 9, 1917.
MEETING OF THE KAUAI
BOARD OE SUPERVISORS
The regular monthly business
meeting of the Board of Supervi
sors of the County of Kauai, T. II.,
was held at the office of the Board
on Wednesday, May 2nd. 1917, at
10 o'clock a. m.
Present: V. D. McBryde, chair
man pro tern, T. Brandt, Joe Rod
rigues, A. Menefoglio.
Mr. Wishard owing to illness
was absent from the meeting.
The Board after having ex
amined the several bills submitted
approved same to be paid out of
the following appropriations:
Salary Cty Rd. Supervisor 250.00
Pay of Police:
Ctv Bldg: Janitor Service
County Lot & Building
District Courts, etc:
Waimea 1 40. 00
Expenses of Election
Expenses of Witnesses
31 .50 j
Samuel Mahelona Mem
Co. Rd. Super, 155.00
Lighting Pub. Grounds
. & Parks
Official Bond Premiums
Janitor Service &
Repair & Main. Sch. Bldgs
& Grounds 268.10
Support of Prisoners
Countv Road Machinery 296.74
Roads R.T.S.D 33.60
Road Tux Spec.
Deposits 1,146.39 1.179.99 5 track'
Roads & Bridges 70.1J
Rd. Tax Spec. Deposits 7SS.lo
Road S: Bridges 1 ,100.72
Rds & Bridges 3.012.51 0,418.92
Roads & Bridges J , 1 5L63
A communication dated the
20th tilt, from J. K. Farlev, Esq ,
Tax Assessor 4th Division Kauai
County asking tor the approval
of a few bills for commissions due
plantation bookkeepers for taxes
collected during April and May
was placed on file.
Of the Board's own motion a
new account to be known as
"TAX COLLECTIONS" was or
dered to be opened.
The Financial Reports Nos. 199,
199a, 199aa, 19Saaa, and 199b, for
the month of April iast were re
ferred to Mr. Brandt for advise,
while Financial Reports Xos. 197,
197a, I97aa. and 1 9 7 b for March
and 19S, being report of M. II.
Drummond, Deputy Examiner on
the financial condition of the
County of Kauai were approved
upon the advise of Mr, Brandt.
Mr. Menefogho moved for the
appropriation of the sum of Twelve
thousand eigut hundred and twenty-five
dollars U 2,825.00 as addi
tional appropriations for the pur
poses named below, same to be
paid out of monev available in the
Treasury, as follows:
District Courts cc Jails:
Expenses of Witnesses
Samuel Mahelona Mem
Pub. Grds and Parks
Water Woiks: Kalaheo
Rds & Bdges: Koloa
and being seconded by Mr. Brandt
the motion was carried.
The members of the Board after
having read the Proclamation sub-
j mitted by the County Clerk for the
County General Election to be
f li n rl rti T n tif 1 O t li n t t: ! r r n -A
the document P1404.
The third report attached to P
1395 of the County Clerk stating
I that he received 570.00 for nomi
nation fees up to the closing of the
nomination at midnight of Satur
day the 28th. ult was received and
placed on file
A request P1405 from the Ka
uai Kailway Co. to extend the
switch of the Kauai Railway Co.
at Kalaheo Homestead Sta
tion to the Company's warehouse
at that place was received and the
same was granted upon the condi
tion, however, that the extension
mav be removed at any time by
the order of the Board.
A request P1406 from R. Puu
ki, Esq.. District Magistrate of
Kawaihau for supplies for the use j smaller one
of his court was referred to the
Sheriff with authority to furnish
the supplies required.
A communication Pi 407 dated
the 10th. ult from Will Wayne,
secretary to the Governor, cnclos
in Executive Order No. 45, sign
ed by the Governor setting aside a
piece of land at Ulakiti, Kapaa,
containing 16770 square feet for a
dumping ground and another com
munication ri40S 1 dated the 1 6th.
ult from the same official enclosing
Executive Order 46 also signed by
the Governor and setting aside for
public purposes Lot 23, at Omao
Homesteads, Koloa. and contain
ing an area of 6.32-100 acres were
received and placed on file.
A requsitiou P1409 on behalf
ot the Kekaha school for repairs
to be given the school building
and the i'ance was referred to the
Countv Engineer, Mr. Moragne,
with full power to act in the prem
ises, Reports PI 410 on school build
ings for April were received from
Anahola, Eleele, Hanamaulu, IIu
leia, Kalaheo, Kapaa, Kapahi, Ka
uai High. Kekaha, Kilauca, Ko
loa, Lihue, Mana, Wailua, and
Waimea and were placed on file.
The report P141 1 of the Coun
ty Road Supervisor for April last
was received and placed on file. It
is as follows:
"Road Work: A concrete top
to dale lias laid the rock from the
btidgc to the Japanese school. This
outfit was delayed several days but
will likely make fair progress. The
larger of the two concrete culverts
near A polo's place on the Hni
land was finished and the work of
putting the concrete top on the
is now being done.
Stone breaking went on at both
nlaces on the II ui lands and at
Hanalei District did upkeep and
Nothing much was done on wa
ter works during the months
Schools: Required but verv lit
tle attention. The 250 school desks
for which Wall Nichols vS: Co. had
the contract have arrived and are
now being assembled at Lihue
Stabks, The principal's cottage
at Lihue received small needed re
pairs. Recommendations: The horse
hack bridge across Kapaia stream
between Ah Chuck's store and the
Catholic church should be renewed
and there are request that it be
made wide and strong enough to
accommodate vehicles, which I be
lieve should be done." j
Upon the recommendation of the
County Road Supervisor the Board !
bv an unanimous vote authorized
that official t o reconstruct the
I. t t' !....,... Ilml
uriuge a i jvao.u.i ni-i i-i-u m-
Chmese stores and the Catholic
church and to make it wide and
strong enough to accommodate
A petition P1411J for the relo
cation of the road leading around
the Eleele hospital to the Eleele
school, also a petition P14121 for
the macadamizing of the road lead
ing to the Anahola church from
is being put on the old foundations i the belt road were referred to the
of the bridge near the managers
house at Kekaha. Clearing drain
age and patching was done in
In Koloa District considerable
work was done in repairing home
In Lihue District the work of
clearing right of way and round
ing up the road from Kapaia to
Wailua Falls was finished. Niu
malu road was repaired. The Ha-lapapa-Malunialu
road is being
worked clear thiough to Huleia
school. Oiling of macadam is go
ing ahead in Wailua flats.
In Kawaihau: All new grading
5,000.00 1 between Kealia and Anahola bridge
was finished ready for macadam
and grading is now going on be
tween Anahola and Moloaa. The
crusher finished work at Kealia on
the 31st and is now being moved
and se i'P r't the top of Anahola
grade Kealia side. The Kealia
stretch of macad .m, just finished
reaches from the Catholic church,
through Kealia to a point just
around the new turn at the summit
where the road branches off to Mr.
Spaldings Valley house, Macada
mizing was done around the mana
gers house and the new hospital
giounds to be paid for by the Ma
kee Sugar Co The small 'macada
mizing outfit started operations at
Anahola bridge on April 9th. and
County Road Engineer for inves
tigation and report at the next
A petition P1413 from Kawai
hau praying to macadamize the
road innning through the Anahola
homesteads to the Anahola landing
was received and upon the motion
of Mr. Menefoglio seconded by
Mr. Rodrigues the petition was
ordered placed on file.
At 12 o'clock noon the meeting
adjourned subject to the call of the
The following arrived by the
Kinau: C. W. Spitz. Miss M.
D. Makni, Dr. T. Mori. Dick
Oliver, Dr. Case. Mrs. C. K. Ly
man, L. W. llagman, K. Larsen,
I. II. Busher, W. T. Barkow, Mr.
Gartley, McDonald, II. Puni. G.
Richter, J. Mendes, I. Maxim,
Miss S. Daniel. Mr. and Mrs. H.
C. Sao, T. McQuire, J. Bergstrom,
Mrs. Paoakalani, C. C. Jun, Mr.
and Mrs. Ah Lav Axana, O. T.
Pritchard, II. Segmore, M. Saike
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Naumu, Yonetnitsu K. Mori, R.
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