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TUT: pARDKN ISLAND, TUESDAY, tiGjST, WlVl$HT
:j MINUTES OF SUPERVISOR'S lEIGi"
. The Board of Supervisors of the 'Mr. Brandt, committee of one, re-i
'l"County of Kauai held Us regular ported that the hanks have consented
monthly husiness meeting at Its office to' lend tBo County the sifin of Forty
-'on Wednesday August 7th, 1018 nt 1 thousand dollars ($40,000.00) with ini
'1 9 o'clock A. M. Iterest ntr" frVo percent, The
n . t t n it 1 l r' i. ; ., '
ricsciii, 11. ir. vimiuiu, viiunuiuii,
-'T. Brandt, W. D. McBryde. J. lie(
tencourt Jr., A. Menefoglio.
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
Salary County Uoad Supervisor
...Pay of Police: Specials
I ! :
port was accepted.
The Board, utter examination, -Bp
proved the numjerous demands sub
mitted ngaijiHt pie following appro
priations, viz: y i
Coroner's Inquest ., ' i
"County Building: Janitor Service j
County Jail - ;
County Lot and Building i ,
District Courts, etc: . Waimea , :
Expenses of Election
Expenses of Witnesses
Sam. Mali. Memorial
Sheriff ' . . T . , ' . :
Supervisor. - - - . ."L . . i. .
Treasurer "' "
County Jtoad Superintendent.
- Incidentals; - I-Jcanse -Collections ......
Lighting Public Grounds and Parks
" Official Boml Premiums vii.fi r 1... i .r
Pay of Police: .Specials Extra .
Registration of Automobiles' 1 : ' ' 1 ' l,: :
Schbols: ,.? ,j .v.,.
ban fiUrir..fljid11lxturo8 ..t. . ,,, .,
Janitor Service and Supplies " -New
School Buildings 1 i:i : .
Repair and Maiutainance School Bldigs and Grounds
. Support of Prisoners A A ' ' ' "
Omao ( M
Kapaa ... w; . j
heights And Measures
Couuty Road Machinery
Waimea: Mana New Road (P. I. F.)
Road Tax Special Department
Koloa: Resurfacing Koloa Macadam
Oiling Roads (R. T. S. D.)
fipad.Tax Special Department .
Lihue: Oiling Roads (R. T. S. D.)
Road Tax SpeciaF Department
Resurfacing Lihue Macadam (P. -I. F.)
Wailua Bridge"! I. 'I. F.r "
Kawaihau: Kapahi Road Contract
Road Tax Special Department
Hanalel:. Oiling Roads
Roads and Bridges
Road Ttfx Special Department
Wainiha Bridge (P. 1. F.)
" i;i;oO'i.' 1. "
157.65 ' 89G.00
-;v ' V701.27
j 18.09 -23.60
. , 1.560.13
Four demands from J. Rita, Sr., re
spectively for $50.30, $27.00, $25.85 and
$17.50, all for mule hire and charged
against the appropriation for "Re
surfacing Koloa Macadam" were re
ferred to Mr. McBryde upon his own
request for investigation, but said bills
shall be, (approved for payment, later,
by the chairman if Mr. McBryde will
advise R. - -
A communication (P 1566) from the
Kauai Electric Co., Ltd., enclosing two
drafts for the sum of, In aggregate,
$162.50 for total payment for crushed
rocks sold to that company by the
County was received and accepted.
A Sight Draft No. 1339 for $1,137.50
drawn by the Kauai Fruit and Land
Co.," per W. D. McBryde, its manager,
In favor of the Treasurer, County of
Kauai, upon the firm of Messrs. Alex
ander & Baldwin, in full settlement of
balance due the County for crushed
rocks sold to the Kauai- Fruit & Land
Co.. wns also accented: .
The report (P 1564) of the found-
master tor i.itme wnicn was rgtorrea
to Air. MenefogTio for advise frt the
last meeting was approved up6ri"the
recommendation of the latter.
The Financial Reports Nos. 219,
219a, 219aa, and 219b for July took the
The following communications be
tween the Chairman of the Board and
II. W. Kinney, Superintendent of.Pub5
lie Instruction were? received- and til
1. A statement (P 1567) by the
chairman of new schools built at var
ious places in the County of Kauai.
2. Communication (P 1567a) from
Mr. Kinney enclosing Opinion of the
Attorney General as to the disposal of
old and unoccupied school buildings
and of the disposition of the proceeds
situ ii"'!'.t-.i:i Mi ll i, MrWwi!iiHii:,i"N
!i 'it''1" tf!,; K 1'"'" '! 1 ' '" i'v'j' 'f i!",4i: 'fn,,'p?rp '
4 and up. making tne grade witn ui
Up the hill, around the turn, on .
and up, making the grade with
steady, irresistible power, that is
the way your car climbs when it
is fed on Red Crown gasoline
with its full series of high boiling
Red Crown, the Gasoline of Qual-"
ity, is a straight-distilled, all-re-finery
fuel, having the full and
unbroken chain of boiling points
necessary for steady, dependable
power. Fed Crown is full-pow.
ered, high-quality, every drop!
Be sure it's Red Crown before,
you fill. Lock for the Red Crown
sign. ' ,
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
of sales of such buildings.
3.. Comuiunlcatioii (P 15671)) from
Mr Kinney asking for Information
with' regard to the condition of the
inneltl School. -
A request (P 1567c) for the erection
of a garage on the Kilauea School
grounds for the use of the principal
was. received and upon consideration
of the matter it was voted, upon the
motion of Mr. Brandt, to repair the old
carriage house for the foregoing purpose.
A communication (P 156S) from
ITnnrirnhlfr-Harry Irwin, Deputy At
torney General which asked for the
continuance of the appropriation here
tofore made for the expenses of the
Board of License Commissioners so to
permit the said Board of License Com
missioners to oAnctively, and perhaps
economically, enforce such rules and
regulations respecting the sale, gift,
transportation. Import and export of
Intoxicating liquors In the Territory of
Ilawnii for mechanical, scientific, sac
ramental and medicinal purposes,
which the Governor may promulgate
was received and by unanimous vote
the Board granted the request.
A petition (P 1569) for the building
a fence along the public road in
the vicinity of the 18th Camp reser-
oir at Kapaa Homesteads signed by
the homesteaders of the 2nd Series
was received and upon the motion of
Mr. Bettencourt Jr. duly seconded it
was ordered that guard rails be built
along this road.'
A request (P 1570) from Grove
Farm Plantation for a permission to
cut a ditch, about a foot wide, across
he belt road, opposite that plantation's
camp at Puhi, Lihue, for the purpose
of laying wnter pipes to the new
tores was received and the same was
granted the work, however, to be
done under the supervision of the
County Road Engineer.
Upon the motion of Mr. Brandt sec
onded by Mr. Menefoglio, the sum of
'ive Hundred Dollars ($r.00.00) was
ppropviutod for road work at Mihau.
A co'.nmunicath)ii(P1571) from A.H.
Rico, Esq., President. Board of Com
misioners of Agriculture & Forestry,
Hawaii, requesting amongst other mat
ters that a portion of the appropria
tion hitherto made for paying the
guards who do duty within the Anth
rax area in the Hanalei District be
diverted for the purpose of the con
tribution of $200.00 per month towards
paying Dr. Cyril Golding's salary as
the Veterinarian and official represen
tative of the Territory at Kauai, and
upon the motion of Mr. Menefoglio the
Board by vote declared to comply with
the wishes of the foregoing Board of
Doctor Young of Lihue, appearing
on behalf of the Lihue Hospital, asked
to increase the monthly allowance now
paid that Hospital from the present
ate towlt: $la.oo to 5-t.o. uu. Tiie
Board after capful consideration of the
matter and upon the motion of Mr.
cMBryde unanimously voted to in
crease the allowance to 5.200.OO per
A request (P 1572) from the County
Clerk for the approval of his appoint
ment of the Honorable D. Kalauokal-
ani. Clerk of the City and County of
Honolulu, Hawaii, ns Special Deputy
Clerk of the County of Kauai who will
attend to and perform all election du
ties at the mobilization camps m
Honolulu, and required of the County
Clerk under Act 197 of the Session
Laws of 1917, the appointee having of
fered the services of his oilice, free
gratis, to the County Clerk and to the
Board, was received and the request
was unanimously granted, and the ap
The report (P lu73) ot tne county
Road Engineer for the month of July
last was received and ordered placed
on file. The report is substantially
as follows ti-j .
"Work on., tne now Riana roau was
discontinued' o)V the 31st. On this
ona ilia gramng jnpo rocit is an
done. The connecting section about
S00 feet across the cane field near Pah
On's house remains to be done. About
$1,000 worth of work and materials
will complete the road ready for ma
cadam to the point of connection near
Pah On's. The culvert, stone fences
and chutes on the Camp 4 job were
finished and this cut off is now ready
Koloa District: Macadamizing for
Kauai Fruit & Land Co., was complet
ed at tho cannery. A few hundred
feet of the main Govt, road passing the
cannery was resurfaced, an asphalt
binder being used. Work with tnis
macadamizing outfit was discontinued
about the last of tho month.
In Lihue District the regular forces
did oiling and patching. Resurfacing
nt Wailua was finished to Wailua
Bridge at the end of the month. This
job was delayed on account of shortage
ot luoken stone. Progress on wailua
Bridge is slow. In sinking the lirst
two caisons a nest of small boulders
was encountered In both; it has takeu
a long time to get rid of this difficulty,
but tho boulders have apparently all
been removed and better progress expected.
Tn Kawaihau most of the workmen
were employed on Homestead roads,
on tho Kapahi road Gov't Contract.
Tho Kapahi road was finished from
Kapaa Park to Kapahi Camp, follow
ing tho new right of way ulong the
railroad. One of tho other roads in
tho same contract is also narly com
pleted. In Hanalel District: not much as
phalting was done on account of the
weather and shortago of money. We
haye pn hand and in Honolulu about
300 barrels of Asphalt to put on in
Hanah'i District and it seems to me
that it ought to be put on in a hurry
Jtvhen the -weather Is good regardless
of the cost overrunning the $1,000 al
lowance, dritwiihuu Dist. could do
well on less than $1,000 on its R & E
ncconnt? a few hundred dollars could
iq sinrU'tT from Kawaihau to Hanalel
Schools: Since my last report a
bungalow school rootil Was built nt
Kckaiia. Umi on nt Oihno. The two
at Eleele were completed. The out
buildings at Eleelo were moved on' to
new cess pools. '
Tho materials , for the new 6. room
cottage at Makawell all arrived and
good progress la now being made by
the carpenters. The new cottage Is
being built on the new tract which was
given by the Plantation. This addi
tional tract is being all leveled and
graded. ' - -
I wish Instructions as to the propos
ed now school at Huleia." ...... 1
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio the sum
of Fourteen thousand, seven hundred
and fifty dollars ($14,750.00) was ap
propriated as additional appropria
tions for the following purposes:
County Road '
Co. Rd. Mach.
350.00 1,000.00 2,250.00
Permanent Improvement Fund:
Mana New Rd.
2,000.00 .. ..
Of the Board's own motion the
chairman was authorized to enter: Into
a contract with the Territory of Haw
aii for tho improvement ot the home
stead roads of Lawai.
Upon motion of Mr. Bettencourt Jr.
seconded by Mr. Brandt, authority was
given the engineer to put in the nec
essary screens in the school cottage
now occupied fcy Mr. Prlgge of the
A statement (P 1574) from J. it.
Cummings, Superintendent of the Ka
paa Water Works, concerning , the
amount of water used and moneyB
paid therefor by the Hawaiian Canner
ies Co., Ltd., was received,: and after
careful consideration of the statement
and the consumption of this- water al
so of the consideration paid by the
above named company, the following
resolution, offered by Mr-Brandt and
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt Jr., was
unanimously adopted, viz:
"Resolved (hat the superintendent of
tho Kapaa Water Works be instructed
to collect for the water used' by the
Hawaiian Canneries Co., Ltd,, at the
rate of ten dollars ($10.00) a month
until the meter Is working satisfactor
ily, when the charge shall be five
cents ($0.05) per. thousand gallons of
water thus used."
At 12:15 o'clock p. m. the meeting
adjourned to meet again at the call of
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