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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEB. 12, 1918
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Cesspool 72.00 4022.0.")
Fence for Livestock and Poultry
Pipe for Domestic Water
(lra.de Jersey cow and heifer calf
(irade cow and bull calf
(irade cow 80.00
Tamwortli boar pig
Registered Berkshiie sow and 4
00 S. C.
Tools and Implements
The Board, after having carefully
examined the esveral demands submit
ted, approved them against the appro
priations as follows:
Salary County R'd Sup'visors, $250.00
Pay of Police, Specials $250.00
Coroners Inquest 122.00
County Bldg: Janitor Service:
County Jail 553.35
County Lot it Bldg: 51.75
District Courts & Jails:
Furniture & Ollice Supplies
Waimea 100.(K) '
Sam Mahelona Memorial
Samuel Mahelona Memorial Hospi
County Rd Supervisor
Pay of Police, Specials Extra. 24S.OO
Public Celebration 5.92
Registration Automobiles 38.50
Furnitures & Fixtures
Janitor Service & Supplies
New Buildings 2545.95
Repairs Bldgs etc:
Support of Prisoners
County Rd Machinery 529.'
Rd Tax Spec. Deposit 2,408.70
Kukuiolono Rd Contract 1,270 9(
Oiling Rds (Spec. Deposit)
Mac. Lilme-Halehaka 1.O27.00
ing Rds (Spec. Deposit)
111 )('. 22
Oiling Roads (Spec. Deposits)
Financial reports number 207. 207a,
207aa, and 207b, for October; Auditor s
Statement for ten months (No. 208);
Bank Examiner's Report No. 209; Nos.
210, 210a, 210aa, and 201b, for Novem
ber, and Nos. 211, 211a, 211aa and 211b
for January last, were referred to the
Finance Commission for recommenda
tion. A bid (P1504- from Harry L. White,
dated December 31st, last, for erecting
a five-room cottage on the Kauai High
School grounds received by the chair
man the day after the last regular
meeting, and the chairman's reply
thereto were received and placed on
A communication (P1055) from the
McBryde Sugar Co., Ltd., amongst oth
er matters promising to put in board
crossings when that company crosses
the public road in order to get Its
Homestead cane, and to make the
crossing perfectly safe for automobiles
and wheeled vehicles was received
and placed on file.
Communications (P 1506) between
Colonel R. R. Raymond, Corps of En
gineers, N. A., and the chairman for
permision to use the office of the board
for a public meeting place on Tuesday,
March 12th next, at 8.30 a. m.. for the
discussion of maters pertaining to es
tablishing of harbor lines at Nawil-
will, and of the granting of the requir
ed permision by the chairman, were
received and placed on file. The act
ion of the chairman in this respect
was approved by the Board.
A request (P 1507) from the Makee
Sugar Co. for permission to put in a
permanent crossing at Kealia mauka,
and of -a temporary one at Anahola,
was received, and upon the motion of
Mr. Bettencourt, Jr., the request was
granted on the condition, however,
that the work shall be done in accord
ance with the provisions of the county
ordinance, and to the satisfaction of
the County Engineer.
A bill to be known as Ordinance No.
11, amending the present EBtray Ord
inance, (No. 7) by increasing the char
ges for taking up, driving and Impound
ing estrays from twenty-five cents to
fifty cents per head, which was sub
mitted by the County Attorney, was
received, and after the reading of tho
same, and upon the motion of Mr. Mc
Bryde, seconded by Bettencourt, Jr.,
the ordinance was approved unani
mously, and the same to take effect
thirty days after Its publication.
A requisition (P 1508) for extra
desks for the Kapaa school, was re
ceived and filed.
Requisitions for a laundry and gar
age for the Kauai High School
(P1508a); for two extra bedrooms to
be added to the Eleele teachers' cot
tage (P150Sb) ; for putting sand on the
entrance portion of the Kilauea School
grounds which was muddy and disa
greeable, (P1508 c); and for repairs
of the sink and pipes, etc., of the Wai
mea School (P1508d), were granted
while those for supplies for Koloa
(P1508e), Mana (P1508f), Kalaheo,
(P 1508g), Hanamaulu (P1508h), and
Kapaa schools (P15081), were referred
to the County Engineer, with full pow
er to act in each case.
Of the Board's own action the Coun
ty Engineer was asked to instruct peo
ple in charge of old U. S. flags belong
ing to the county, that are tattered and
no longer to be used, to return them
to the Engineer, when new ones are
furnished them by the latter.
Requisition from E. A. Creevy, Vo
cational intructor (P1508j) for the
material for furniture for teachers'
cottages; and one (P1508k) for gard
en supplies for the Hanamaulu School,
were received, but consideration of the
same was deferred until the next meet
Another requisition (P15081), from
the same gentleman for a cupboard for
the Kilauea School, and for the put
ting in of a solid foundation for the
Kapaa school shop, was granted.
Reports (P1509) on school buildings
for January last were received from
Anahola, Haena, Hanamaulu, Kalaheo,
Kapaa, Kapahi, Kekaha, Kilauea, Ko
loa, Koolau, Lihue, Mana, and Wailua,
and were plced on file.
A copy of Executive Order No. 49,
withdrawing certain land at Kapaa,
and Executive Order No. 50, setting
aside land for addition to the Kapaa
School lot, together with blue print of
the said land, also communications be
tween Honorable A. J. Smith, Deputy
Attorney General, and the Chairman of
the Board relating to the above were
received, and the board by an unani
mous vote declared its approval of the
A request (P1510) from Charlie Eb
inger, County's stableman at Kapaa,
for an increase of his pay from fifty
dollars to sixty dollars per month was
received, but consideration of same
was postponed until the next meeting.
A report (P1511) from the pound
master at Lihue for the three months
to December 1st last was refered to
Mr. Menefoglio for advice.
A communication (attached to P
1482) from the County Treasurer sug
gesting for some arrangement with the
Treasurer of the Territory of Hawaii
for advances to be made to the County
(Continued on page 6)
0 A lace shoe for children that will stand the hard
knocks. In Foot-Form shape, to let the foot grow
as it should.
Black, Tan & Elk.
8 to 11, $3.50 11 to No. 2, $1.00
Mail Orders filled name day received. We pay the
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
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