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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. JAN. 8, 1918.
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Meeting of the
Board of Supervisors
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Kauai held ils regular
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A letter lateil tho 2sth nil from
S Jud.l, ICxccutivo Ollicrr of
the Territorial Bnanl of Agricul
t lire tv l-'orcst ry, addressed to Mr.
Wishard. which notified that the
erviees of Dr. A. II. (ilaisyer as
leputy territorial veterinarian for
tlie county of Kauai has been term
inated same to take cll'ect with the
nd of the year, and that Dr. Cyril
!nldinf lias heen appointed to said
.llice. was received and same plaeed
A communication (I M'.Ki) from
ie Mi Hi vde Sugar Co.. Ltd. per
. A. Alexander its manager, con-
lirining a vernal agreement with
the county engineer in regard to
eiiling tn the county, for use on
the hitter's work on the Mann road.
l donkey engine, at 82.00 per dav,
Sundays excluded, was received
uid placed on file.
A requisition (!' 1 1H7) for a work
hop for the Kapaa School, and an
.ther 1' 1 l'.l7h for three wash
.nvvls to he mt into the teachers
.ttage at l.ihlle, were referred to
the county engineer with full power
act in the premises.
A requisition (PHUTa) tor electric
lights to lie installed in the cottage of
the Kauai School at I.ihue. was re
ceived ami upon the motion of Mr.
.Mcliryde, seconded by Jlr. Hotten-
court. Jr.. the matter was referred to
the Chairman and the County Engi
neer with full authority to install the
necessary lights and as they may
deem best, but at a cost not to exceed
Reports (PHliS) on the condition
of the school buildings were received
from Anahola (2), Haena, Hanamaulu,
lluleia, Kalaheo, Kapaa, Kapahi.
Kauai High (2), Kekaha, Kilauea,
Koloa, Koolau, Lihue, Mana, Wailua,
and Wnimea. and were placed on file.
I'inancial Reports Nos. 211, 211a,
211b. and 211c. for the month of Dee
ember, 1IU7, was received and placed
on file. It is in substance fw follows:
"ROAD WORK: Waimea District:
As requested. I saw Mr. Faye in re
gard to the right of way for Mana road
relocation along the foot of the slope
While h did not give full permission
to put the road there, he said we
could go ahead and clear the right of
way so that he could see where we pro
posed to put it and that then we could
definitely decide the matter. Mr
Faye also stated that if the road went
through any cane tho County would
have to pay damages on account of
growing cane destroyed and profits
' bat might be made on the land until
l be expiration of tho lease. I agreed
that the County would pay for all
glowing cane destroyed; also that the
County would fence along tho cane
side of the road. Mr. Faye evidently
believes that the County is making a
mistake by spending a largo sum of
money in changing the location of this
road and it appears that his objections
I.NS are on that account.
1 ho right of way is being cleared
and preparations for grading are be
1 he ( amp 4 job at Makaweli went
on and is nearly ready for macadam
KOI.OA DISTRICT: Some oiling
and asphalting was done between
Koloa and Lawai. Work on the Ku
nuioioiio roau contract went on at a
fair rate of progress.
I.IHI.K DISTRICT: Stone hauling
lor the Halehaka-Malumalu road was
finished. Considerable asphalting was
none nero and mere on the old ma
cadam. The bad stretch in Wailua
fiats was sanded.
KAWAIIIAC DISTRICT: The ma
-...i.Hin.nig ouiiii macadamized a
round Isealia Store for the Makee
Migar i o. and the garage floor at
Kapaa for Trowbridge & Shaner, also
other small jobs for private parties
The machinery is being overhauled
ready lor the next run. The steam
engines were housed for the winter
1 pkeep on the roads wero carried on
1 1 A.N ALKI DISTRICT: Did only
upkeep and repair work on bridges
M IIOOLS: I arranged with Mr.
'. li. Ilol'gaard lo build one bungalow
school at Makaweli and two of the
ame at llanapepe School. Have also
ordered materials for a bungalow
school at Kapaa where the cottage is
now being moved on lo the additional
ground. I surveyed the new additions
to Kapaa school ground and turned
I lie dala over to Mr. Wishard. I pre
pared plans for the proposed teach
ers cottage at Kilauea.
A new 2d(iil gallon tank was nut un
10.011 at l.ihuo school and one of the same
."(.(Mil is "w be ing erected at Haena school.
7 (K)iA!l urgent repair work was done at
1 1 IO .( HI I various schools and all requisitions
.M ) received allellt ion."
. '.0,0(1 1 ,!ills lor construction of a five-room
i i ( ullage on the Kauai High School
1(1.(1(1 grounds according to plans and speci
10.00 licalions: Two (2) hid were received
and they were from
Thoa. D. Andrews
Iiciry De Fries & Son (P1M12)
Vpon the ndvice of the County Engi
neer, after lie nal cnreiuuy examined
the bids, the Board by a unanimous
vote, accepted the bid of Henry De
Fries & Son, which was the lowest.
I'pon the motion of Mr. Menefoglio,
seconded by Mr. McBryde, the Chair
man was fully empowered to counter
sign the pay roll of the ttpecial guards
who have done duty within the quar
antined area on account of anthrax
in 1 timolol, when presented, after
haviiiR been satisfied, however, that
the name ia correct.
Mr. McBryde moved that the County
Attorney be requested to prepare and
submit at tho next regular meting, an
amendment to tho present estray
ordinance, increasing the charge for
catching and driving estrays for em-
pounding, from twenty-five cents to
fifty cents per head, and being second
ed by Mr. Brandt, the motion was
Mr. Menefoglio moved that the
County Engineer be authorized to call
in tenders for the construction of a
teachers' cottage at Kilauea according
to the plans submitted by him, also
for one teachers' cottage at Kapaa,
similar to that which is to ho built
at Kilauea, tho bids to be submitted
it the next regular meeting In Febru
ary, and being seconded uy iir.
Hettencourt, Jr., the motion was
At 12 o'clock, noon, the meeting ad
journed subject to the call of the
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Impelled by economy and war duty,
housekeepers are collecting meat sub
stitute dishes. These dishes are high
in protein value and should be served
in place of meat and in combination
with fresh vegetables. Potatoes and
tomatoes combine well with bean
dishes. Cornbread and a green salad
make an excellent combination with
the fish kedgeree.
Beans and Rice.
Two cups cooked kidney beans.
Two cups cooked rice.
Four cups tomato sauce.
To make the tomato sauce Brown
3 tablespoons of flour in li cup of
drippings or vegetable oil and mix
with one quart of strained tomatoes
and 1 tablespoon grated onion. Cook
sauce five minutes; combine hot rice
and beans; pour over them the hot
sauce and serve.
Creamed P.eas or Beans
One pint dry rteas or b'eans.
One-half cup milk.
One teaspoon drippings.
Two teaspoons syrup.
One teaspoon salt.
Pinch red pepper.
Soak beans In cold water over night
or until hulls rub off easily; rub be
tween hands until all skins are re
moved; boil slowly with just enough
water to cover them until thoroughly
done; pass through a ricer; add other
ingredients; whip as for creamed po
tatoes; serve hot.
One and one-half cups flaked cooked
Four tablespoons rice.
One teaspoon chopped onion.
Salt and pepper to taste.
Two tablespoons dripping.
Wash rice and drop slowly into fast-
boiling water, with a teaspoon of salt,
and boil fast until tender (about 2(
minutes). Drain well and dry in a
colander. Boil the egg hard, cool it
in cold water, and chop it coarsely.
Melt the fat in a saucepan, stir in
the cooked rice, add the fish and sea
soning. Make It very hot, then add
the chopped egg, and serve at once.
If onion is liked, fry it lightly in
the fat before putting in tho rice.
1. Thou shalt have one wheatless
and one meatless meal a day.
2. Thou shalt not limit tho plain
food of growing children.
3. Thou shalt not waste the fats
nor tho fuel.
4. Remember that full garbage
pails mean empty dinner pails.
5. Honor your local producer
Distance means money.
6. Thou shalt not waste milk.
7. Thou shalt not waste water.
8. Thou shalt not serve largo por
9. Thou shalt not overlook the
waste of thy neighbor.
10. Thou shalt not be ashamed to
say rso, 1 cannot allord it.
Hev. Alexander Alison, Jr.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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