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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 14th, 1918.
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The regular monthly business
meeting of the Board of Supervisors
of the County of Kauai was held at
the office of the Board on Wednes
day May 1st, 1918, at 9:00 A. M. In
persuance with its vote at the last
Present: H. D. Wishard, chairman
MINUTES OF SUPERVISORS MEETING
T. Brandt, W. D. McBryde, J. F.
Bettencourt, Jr., and A. Menofoglio.
After the readng and approval of
the mnutes of the last meeting the
Board, after having examined the de
mands submitted, approved them
against the following appropriations:
Salary County Koad Supervisor '$ 250.00
Pay of Police: Specials $250.00
Hanalel 165.00 1,230.00
Pay of Police: Specials Extra 243.00
Coroner'B Inquest 153.00
County Building: Janitor Service 31.50
County Jail 456.75
County Lot & Building 104.70
District Courts, etc: Walmea 55.00
Koloa 10.00 65.00
Expenses of Witnesses 17.00
Furniture and Office Supplies 66.79
Hosptals: Walmea 100.00
Koloa 50.00 1
Sam Mah. Maorial 500.00
Kealia 50.00 875.00
Incidentals: Attorney 20.00
Co. Rd. Sup. 161.10 688.00
Schools: Furniture and Fixtures 42.75
Janitor Service and Supplies 105.15
New School Buildings 2,742.34 ,
Rep. and Main. Sen. Bldgs & Grds 517.00 3,407.52
Support of Prisoners 492.11
Registration of Automobiles 65.00
Water Works: Walmea 35.00
Anahola 17.00 336.60
County Road Machinery 113.50
Walmea: Oiling Rds (R.T.S.D.) 126.00
Rd. Tax Spec. Dep. 2,871.51 2,997.51
Koloa: Kukulolono Rd. Contract 394.50
Oiling Roads 2,222.56
Roads and Bridges 1,776.36
Resurfacing Macadam 622.73 4,916.15
Llhue: Macad. Lihue-Halehaka (P.I.F.) 1,324.20
Wailua Bridge (P.I.F.) 230.00 1,554.78
Oiling Roads 406.08
Roads and Bridges 912.15
Resurfacing Macadam 1,205.51 2,523.74
Kawalhau: Macad: Kealia 2,375.35
Roads and Bridges 1,376.66
Hanalei: Oiling Roads 173.10
Roads and Bridges 686.09 859.19
Wainha Bridge (P.I.F.) 393.96
The Financial Reports Nos. 215,
215aa, and 215b for April, 1918, also
the Auditor's Quarterly Report (R215
c) for the quarter ending March 31st
last were referred to Mr. Brandt for
Executive Order no..., (P1536) set
ting aside a piece of land at Walmea
Kauai, "generally known as the Court
ITouse premises," for a Public Park
was received with deep appreciation
for the action taken In the matter by
In connection with this matter Mr.
McBryde was given full authority to
take the necessary action towards re
moving the Chinese restaurant occupy
ing the corner of the above premises.
Upon the motion of Mr. Brandt sec
onded by Mr. Menefogllo the chair
man was empowered to countersign a
bill when presented, for the building
of the Kaapa School Cottage, also bill
for the building of a garage and wash
house for the Kauai High Sschool.
1 An application (P1537) from Oscar
Paalua of Hanapepe for employment
as a painter was received and filed,
the County Engineer assuring that tht
applicant would be given employment
when work is had.
A communlcaton (P1538) from Chas.
Clemons Esq., Honolulu, asking for
the placing of a caution sign some
where up the Olokele Canyon Road
was received and upon the motion of
Mr. Brand L seconded by Mr. McBryde
it was resolved by unanimous vote to
ask Mr. E. A. Creevey, Vocational In
structor to have a sign made warning
users of automobiles not to go any
further than a certain point up the
Canyon as It is dangerous.
Bids for furnishing 1000 barrels of
Cement to be used for the Wailua
Bridge work: Three were received:
Bridge work: Three were received as
T. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.,
(1539) Honolulu $5,250.00
Kauai Railway Co., (1540)
Lihue Store (P1541) 5,890.00
and upon the recommendation of Mr.
Moragne to whom these were referred
for advise, the bid of T. H. Davies &
Co., which was the lowest, was accepted.
Bids for furnishing reinforcing steel
to be used also In the rebuilding of
I the Wailua Bridge: Only one was re
! ceived and this was from the Hono
I lulu Iron Works Co., of Honolulu. Up
j ou the advise of Mr. Moragne, it was
i Voted to hold the bid in ahe'vanm And
I that he, Mr. Moragne, ajust a list of
the iron required to suit conditions
and communicate with the above com
Bids for furnishing 50,000 feet of
bridge lumber to be used In the recon
structlon of the Wailua Bridge: No
bids received, and upon the motion of
Mr. McBryde seconded by Mr. Mene
fogllo the County Engineer was given
the full power to purchase the neces
sary lumber In open market for this
Wailua Bridge work.
The following school requisitions
were referred to Mr. Moragne with
power to act: Makaweli, Kalaheo (15-
43) tnd Wailua (P1543b) each for sup
plies; Anahola, Koolau, and Kapahi
(P1543) each for a flag, and Haena
(P1543d) and Hanamaulu (P1543b)
each for repair work to be done.
A requisition (P1543e) In behalf of
the Kauai High School for plowing
and fencing in the school garden, also
for supplies etc. was also received and
referred to Mr. Moragne with power
to furnish the necessary supplies and
to give the repairs necessarily need
ed by the school. The request for
plowing however and fencing the gar
den was denied by the Board.
Reports for April (P1544) on the
conditions of the school buildings
were received from Eleele, Haena
Hanamaulu, Huleia, Kalaheo, Kaapa
Kapahi, Kauai High, Kekaha, Kllauea
Koloa, Llhue, Makaweli, Mana. Wail
ua and Walmea and were placed on
The report (P1534) of the Pound
master from Llhue was approved upon
the advise of Mr. Menefogllo.
The offer of Mr. Humphreys on be
half of a Honolulu Truck Co., to sell
a truck or two to the County of Kauai
after general discussion, was denied.
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt Jr. the
sum of $14,614.50 was appropriated in
addition to the appropriations already
set apart for the purpose named be
low, moneys to be paid out of the
Expenses of Witnesses $100.00
Furniture & Office Supplies 50.00
Water Works Omao 100.00
Water Works Koloa 100.00
Water Works Anahola 50.00
County Road Machinery 100.00
Roads & Bridges Walmea 2.100.00
Kukuilolono Rd. Contract 294.50
Oiling Roads Koloa 1,300.00
. Roads & Bridges Koloa 1,800.00
Resurf. Macadam. Koloa 600.00
Oiling Roads Llhue 400.00
Roads & Bridges Lihue 900.00 j
Resurf. Macadam Lihue 1,300.00 i
Roads & Bridges Kawalhau 1.300.00
Oiling Roads Hanalel 170.00
Macadam Kealia (T.I.F.) 2.200.UO
Wailua Bridge (P.I.F.) 2r.ii.0i)
Walniha Bridge (P.I.F.) 200.00
In regard to securing a piece of the
public lands at Hanapepe for a public
Park and school garden Mr. McBryde
was asked to communicate with the
proper authorities with a view of
having a land set aside for the pur
pas. After hearng a report from Mr.
Brandt on the matter of furnishing
Waimea Town with a mechanical Eng
ine, the Board upon the motion of Mr.
Menefogllo seconded by Mr. Betten
court Jr. by vote gave him the full
authority to purchase one.
The report (P1545) of the County
Engineer for the month of April was
received and placed on file. It ia in
substance as follows:
"The grading on the Mana road is
going on satisfactorily where inat!y
1 i miles of the 2 miles of new loc
ation has been graded. A washout oc
curred on the big fil at Camp 4 im
provement doing about $200 damage.
It was caused by unfinished condition
of the drain flumes down the slope 'jf
fill at the center.
In Kohala District, asphalt was ap
plied between the east end of the
short-cut and the Lihue District lines
covering nearly all of that section.
Stone breaking at Lawal was carried
on. The Homestead road around the
base of Kukulolono hill was all re
Lihue District Macadamizing on
the Halehaka Malumalu road went on
in good shape when the weather per
mitted which was only about half
time. The Ice Works road was finish
ed and the main road extended' to the
Halekaka stream. A patching gang
was kept busy during suitable weath
er, on the main roads. The large mac
adamizing outfit is now being set up
and Is nearly ready to run at Wailua
In Kawaihau District Macadamiz
ing at Kaapa was finished. Besides
the school and Hospital roads being
done, the Homestead road from Kaa
pa town to a point well on top of the
grade was also done. The Kawaihau
men and teams are now starting in on
a general overhauling of the Home
In Hanalei District the principal
work going on other than the usual
upkeep work was erecting the new
Wainiha Bridge which work is well
along. The balance of thelOO barrels
of asphalt was spread on the road
along the Hanalei river. Orders for
asphalt are not being filled while the
roads throughout the district are
The new cottage at Eleele is well
along. The new cottage at Kaapa is
practically finished. The Kllauea is
also nearing completion. At Lihue
windows were cut in the new two
room school. The roof of main build
ing had some shingles stuck in it
with hopes that most of the leaks
might be stopped. Repairs were done
Water Works The weather has
been so rainy that nothing more was
done in regard to Investigations Into
the proposed improvement of Kalaheo
Water Works. Bids were advertised
for 4,500 feet of 4 inch redwood pipe
for Anahola Water Works improve
ment." The matter of securing a quitclaim
deed for the right of way for the
County over the land of J. E. Ekekela,
deceased, situated at Anahola was
again brought up, and Mr. Moragne
promised to furnish the County At
torney with a description of the land
taken so as to have a proper deed
drawn and signed.
Upon the motion of Mr. Bettencourt
Jr. seconded by Mr. Mencfoglio it was
resolved by a unanimous vote that" the
County Join with the Kapa hi-Kawai-hau
homesteaders in cleaning the
Kapahi Ditch In order to furnish
water for the- County Sanitoriutn
Farm and the Kaapa School but that
hereafter any request for assistane to
the County Farm will be considered
by the Board of Supervisors. Kauai
County, only when made by the
Trustees of the Samuel Mabeloim
At 11:30 A. M. the meeting adjourned.
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