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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SEPT, 11, 1918
MEETING OF THE SUPERVISORS
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cetved and upon motion of Mr. Mene-
fogllo, seconded by Mr. Cettencourt,
Jr., Mr. Brandt by vote, was unani
mously appointed a committee of one
to confer with a like committee of the
Chamber of Commerce for a nomina
tion and report at the next meeting.
An offer (P1579) from Kawaihau
District for orders for the strict en
forcement of Ordinance No. 7, "relat
ing to estrays," was received and or
dered placed on file. It was brought
to the notice of the Board during the
consideration of this petition that a
case brought In the District' Court of
Kawaihau under the above Ordinance
and for the illegal impounding of a
few buffalo cows which the police
found trespassing on the public park
In Kapaa town, was nonsuited for
want of proof that the said park was
a government property, and in order
that the Board may be better Informed
on this point the Clerk was instructed
to communicate with the Territorial
Commissioner of Public Lands on the
The following requisitions for
schools' needs were referred to Mr.
Moragne for action: Makawell (P1580)
Koloa (P1580a), Lihue, (P1580b), Ka
paa (P1580c) and Kilauea (2) (1580-
A request (P1581) from J. K. Farley
for permission to dig up and re-lay a
water pipe across the belt road at its
intersection with the road to Koloa
Landing, in Koloa, was referred to
Mr. Moragne for action.
The report (P1582) of the County
Road Engineer for the month of
August last was received and ordered
placed on file. This report in sub
stance is as follows:
"A force of ten or twelve men were
employed on the Mana new road, their
wages to be deducted from the $1000
allowance for Waimea district.
In Koloa District the beach road
from Koloa Landing was worked.
A little repair work was done In
In Kawaihau District there Is plenty
of work on the Homestead road con'
tracts to employ all of the men and
not much other work is being done.
In Hanalet District there was very
little or no asphalt put on the road
between Prlnceville and Kalihlwal
where the barrels of asphalt is dis
tributed along the road and besides
what is there, there are about 175 bar
rels at Honolulu and Hanalel landing.
The road Is badly In need of this as
phalt and it should be put on. Very
soon the macadam will be too far gone
tor the asphalt to do much good. Be
tween the present end of theasphalted
road and the top of Kalihiwai grade on
the Kilauea side the macadam will
hardly stand another winter. At Wai
koko the heavy seas banked the sand
at the mouth of the stream and when
a small freshet came It cut a channel
at the side of the road up to the edge
of the macadam.
Since my last report the six room
teachers' cottage was finished ai Ma
kawell. A bungalow school room was
built at Kapaa, a bathroom was added
to Kalaheo cottage, the smaller cot
tage at Kapaa was moved on to the
new lot, and repairing at Kilauea fin
ished, also a new 3000 gallon water
tank was erected at Kekaha. The
building materials for the new four
room school house at Hulela is all on
the ground and carpenters started to
work on Monday this week. Materials
for the one room addition to Hanalel
school were ordered early in the
month. Building materials for the
Kapaa school house have been ordered."
P.S." Better progress was made
on foundation piers for Wailua bridge.
The first pair of caisons will be finish
ed this week, one of the center caisons
Is well under way, a splendid founda
tion obtained on first pair of piers,
both wood and Iron piles were driven
to the rock."
The reports (2) of the poundmaster
for Kawaihau for the two quarters re
spectively ending with March 31,
1918, and June 30, 1918, were referred
to Mr. Menefoglio for advise.
Upon the motion of Mr. Menefoglio,
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt, Jr., the
sum of Thirteen thousand seven hun
dred and Beventy-five dollars, ($13,775)
was appropriated, as additional ap
propriations for the uses and pur
poses herelnbelow named, the same to
be paid out of available moneys in the
County Rd. Machinery
and BdgB. 450.00
Rd. Cont. 800.00
Valley Rd. Con.400.00
Rds. & Bgs. 200.00
Rds. & Bgs. 200.00 5,175.00
MOTHERS TEACHERS - MISSES
Mid-Summer Array of Ready-to-Wear Merchandise
at the "HOME OF LINENS"
Brimful of nn exclusive display of up-to-the-minute styles and ninlciials, consisting of everything
in the ready-to-wear line, for ladies, misses and children. Every garment is new, nnd nhove nil,
in these money saving days, every price is right.
Endless selection Organdies, Voiles. Linens
Dozens of different combinations, that
would take pages of advertising to describe.
Children's Dainty White Dresses
Pretty Little Frocks of Organdies and
Lawns. Also all sizes in Middy Suits and
Messaline Underwear of Quality
Fluffy Messaline Lingerie, of Jersey Silk
and Muslin A showing that will make
your selection easy. Combinations, En
velope Chemises, Corset Covers and
Favored Styles in Shirt Waists
Just the dainty materials that every woman
loves and the models themselves arc the
cleverest of creations.
Of Silk and Jersey Neatly Tailored and Always Serviceable
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1015 Fort St , Honolulu.
Perm. Imp. Fund:
Is Almost Here
You have thought about your chil
dren's books, and prepared them with
proper clothing, but have you thought it
important to see about their eyes? Do
you know whether their eyes will stand
the work that is expected of them? I
take pleasure in starting Young America
in the right way, if they need glasses
and if not I tell them so. Appointments
can be made by telephoning to Nawili
A. Y. YEE, O. D.
Optometrist and Optician
Bridge 7.200.00 8,600.00
An amendment to Ordinance No. 7,
relating to estrays was presented by
Mr. Menefoglio and upon his motion.
seconded by Mr. Brandt, the same was
unanimously approved. The amend
ment is to take effect after thirty
days from and after its publication.
This amendment extends the ordi
nance so to includo the District of
Hanalel, while heretofor this ordi
nance merely covered the ground
from Mana in Waimea to Ani.hola
bridge in Kawaihau.
At 12 noon the meeting adjourned
to meet again at the call of the chair.