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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 7, 1917
Red Cross Work Grows
we do not want any
(Continued from pane 3)
upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt, Jr.,
the offer was accepted,
Upon the motion of Mr. Brandt
duly seconded the chairman was
given full authority to countersign
all bills that may be presented by
W. F. Sanborn for breaking stone
at Kealia for the macadamizing
work at Kapaa providing the bills
have been certified to by the proper
Upon the motion of Mr. Mc-
Brvde seconded by Mr. Brandt
Enoka Lovell by unanimous vote
wai appointed poundmaster for
Lihue in place made vacant by the
death of Win, Ellis and the board
by the same vote declared the lot
immediately in the rear of the
County Building, which is part of
the county building premises, as
the pound for the Lihue district
from this date.
The matter of putting up new
school rooms for the use of the
Lihue school was left to the chair
man and the county road engineer.
Poundmaster's report (P1461)
to June 30th 1917, signed by VVm.
Ellis since deceased was received
but action thereon was deferred
until Mr. Menefoglio is present.
Mr. McBrvde moved for the ap
propriation of the sum of Ten
thousand and three hundred dol
lars out of moneys available in the
Treasury as additional appropria
tions for the purposes named be
Koloa, Rds & Bdges $ 500.00
KawaihaurMacad. Kealia 5.000.00
Rds & Bdges 3.500 00
Hanalei: Rds & Bdges 1,200 00
Lihue: Oiling Roads 100.00
and being seconded by Mr Betten-
rf.iirt Tr thp umr tca! rarripH.
The report P1462 of the coun-Taft; ct
ty road supervisor for the month , Miss No.i
of July was received and ordered
placed on file. The report is as
follows: "Road work in Waimea
district consisted of the usual up
keep work, a little oiling around
Waimea and the sluicing on the
Camp 4 Job. The latter work is
going slow on account cf the soft
rock encountered in the big cut
In Koloa it has been necessary
to throw on a great deal of dirt in
order to prevent raveling up of
macadam. 50 barrels of oil is be
ing put on from the foot cf she
grade toward Koloa and will be
extended to the top of the hill at
Oiling in Lihue district was very
much retarded on account of daily
showers throughout the month,
Now that we have about 300 iron
oil barrels the oiling will be done
quickly when the weather settles.
The road from Hanamaulu school
house down to the bav was round-1
ed up and drained in good shape.
Kawaihau district: The new
grade work through Moloaa Hui
lands went on and will be finished
in about a week. The Thronas
bridge is finished including fill ap
proaches and this new grade is
now being used. The big macada
mizing outfit made good progress
after starting workt on the 11th.
About 8,000 feet has been laid to
date. At the rate the work is now
going the big crusher will finish
this job about the 16th of Aug.
Work of the small macadamizing
outfit at Apolo's place was suspend
ed at the middle of the month but
will be started up again in about
a week and finished before the
first of Sept. There will then re
main to be macadamized 7V miles
from Waipouli to Kealia bridge.
Only upkeep work was done in
Hanalei district, 50 barrels of oil
was ordered for application along
Hanalei river, but so far has not
Schools: The bungalow schools,
one at Kekaha and one at Waimea
were finished. One at Makaweli
The Kealia nnd Knpaa ladies are
now organized under the Lihue
Auxiliary of the American lied
By invitation of these ladies Mrs.
Clias. A. lice met with them at the
home of Mrs. Kopke on Friday
afternoon and a most satisfactory
result was the outcome.
Mrs. Barclay has consented to take
chartrc of the work and the ladies
will meet at her home every Wed
nesday from y a. m to 5. p m.
All ladies of that district who are
members of the American Red
Cross, or wish to become members,
will be most welcome at these meet
Twelve ladies were present von
Friday and it is hoped that many
more will join in this work, which
is not charity, but the plain duty
of every American woman.
On Tuesday afternoon Mrs. Rice
is going to organize the Koloa ladies
and start them along the same
Kilaueri, under the able leader
ship of Mrs. J. It. Myers, has al
ready made a good start and a good
ly number of fracture pillows have
been sent in from there.
It is the duty of each person to
do his or her part however small;
Read The Leaflet.
The Territorial Food Commission
is distributing a neat little leaflet,
mostly through the stores, contain
ing some timely information and
suggestions i n regard to food c
comomy and food etneiency.
WE commend the same to our
readers for careful perusal.
Tenders School Cottage
The Boatd ot Supervisors of the
County of Kauai will receive bids
up to twelve o'clock M, August
21st. for furnishing all materials
and erecting a four room Teachers
cottage at Kekaha. Kauai.
For plans, specifications and in
formation apply to the undersign
ed. The usual certified check and
bond will be required,
J. IT. Moragnk,
County Road Supervisor.
In a Responsible Position
Miss Clara D. Noycs, who is well
known on Kauai where she spent
considerable time on a visit three
or four years ago, and who was also
head nurse in the Lihue hospital, is
now at the head of the Nursing de
partment of the Red Cross in Wash
ington. Her name appears on the
Red Cross literature coupled with
that of Pres. Wilson. Ex. Pres.
oyes impressed every one
here as a woman of ability and
executive, but we didn't realize that
we had with us one who would rise
to. such high estate as this.
Tenders For Frame Cotfage
New bids arc called for the con
struction of a frame cottage on the
grounds of the Kauai County Farm
at Kapaa. All bids must be sub
mitted oh or before August flth
1917, and must bo accompanied by
a certified check amounting to 5
of the bid.
Plans and specifications may be
obtained at the Samuel Mahelona
Right is hereby reserved to reject
any or all bids.
L. C. Cl.AHK,
Manager Tuberculosis Farm.
July 31-Aug. 7.
and one at Koloa are well under
way; one at Hanamaulu finished
and one at High School started.
Repairs were done at LLinamaulu
and Lihue but nothinjOhas been
done so far towards' the church
cottage and Sunday-school room
Work of moving Haena school
on to the new lot is under way.
Water Works: I investigated
into the proposed extension of
Anahola water works and found an
ample supply of water coming out
of the giound at a point 150 feet
or so below the Anahola Govern
ment ditch; about 3,300 ftet of
pipe would be required to connect
with the present 2" pipe. It ap
pears that about 10 or 15 people
living on the other side of the
bridge would pay for water if they
could get it and I am ready to Te
port more fully veibaly, on a more
complete system but am not pre
pared to give reliable estimates ot
In regard to the proposed road
into the Anahola church property
I am trying to get permission from
Makee Suar Co. allowing us to
build a road through the strip of
cane directly in front of the church.
On the matter of installing' a
new svstem for the Water Works
at Anahola the County Engineer
was asked to look into this matter
and report at the next meeting,
also to submit estimate for the
A claim from David Kahanu.
formerly of Anahola but now of
Honolulu, through George K
Ewaliko his agent, for land taken
for road purposes at Anahola was
referred to the County Engineer
for investigation and report.
At 12:15 P. M. the meeting ad
journed subject to the call of the
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