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GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. MAIL 11, 1919
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Honolulu, T. II.
MEETING OF THE SUPERVISORS
Continued from pago 1)
tlmo request the cooporatlon of tho
Governor and the Hoard of Acrlcul-
turo and Forestry to tho end that this cnlsllci1 for. repairs In both Llhuo and
ditch on tho Shortcut road wero re
paired. In LIHUE DISTRICT tho small He
llanco Crusher was set up at tho Koloa
District line whoro rock Is being
land may bo set aside for tho purpose,
The foregoing report Is as follows:
Llhuo, Kauai, March 5, 1019.
Tho Honorablo Hoard of Supervisors
of tho County of Kauai,
Dear Sirs This Is to roport pro
gress by the Kauai Chamber of Com
merce In their efforts to establish a
public summer camp In tho mountains
above Walmea Canyon.
At tho February meeting of tho
Kauai Chamber of Commerce the
Koloa Districts. Tho main road was
well patched from Llhuo school to tho
Half-way Urlrtgo and this work Is be
ing extended to tho Koloa lino. It Id
my intention to resume work on tho
Wailua Hridge at tho latter part of
KAWAIHAU DISTINCT did a good
job in getting all Homestead roads
In good shape and tho force has now
started on the. Government road con
tract In the 4th Homestead Series.
The macadam roads thru tho District
wore well kept up.
In ITAMAI.KI lURTntnT tlm
Kauai Planters' Association heartily pllalting hnB bccn oxtoIldod trom Ka.
uimu.suu u.e ncuon oi mo unamocr llhlwal thru Kllauoa to the brl(,
of Commerce in their efforts to sot llour tho Kukui Orovo at pilaa oth(J1.
The man or woman who or
ders a pair of
is .sure before hand of the un
surpassed quality ' and the gua
ranteed lit .
Fort And I luti-l !
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into operation a public houso or group
of houses and a surrounding tract ot
land to bo used as a summer resort or
summer camp for tho people of Kauai
and the other Islands of the Territory.
At tho said Planters' meeting It was
suggested that tho Government bo
requested to sot aside a certain tract
of land as a public park and that it
be placed under the control or super
vision of the County Supervisors.
committee was appointed by tho
Planters' Association to work with a
special camp site committee of the
Chamber of Commerce and combine
efforts in ordir to set the park and
camp into operation for the accom
modation of tho public during tho
summer months of this year. The
two Committees met jointly and
agreed that the principal work to bo
done was FIKST to secure title to tho
land required; SECOND, improve tho
road up the mountain to tho building
site; TIHItD. raise tho necessary
money and erect such buildings as
will be needed as a starter.
The joint committees appointed a
npecial committee to see Messrs,
Kuudsen Urothcrs in regard to relin
quishing to tho Government their
leasehold rights in tho desired tract
for the remaining 1 years of their
The special committee waited upon
Messrs, Knudsen Brothers and found
them heartily In favor of the propo
sition and they agreed to relinquish
their rights to any number of acres
for the nominal sum of $1.00.
Progress In the matter of securing
title was reported at the February
meeting of the Chamber of Commerce
and I was requested to survey tho
proposed park site and furnish a
meets and bounds description, and
afterwards go to Honolulu ond present
tho matter first to tho Hoard of Agr'-
culture and Forestry, and if possible,
secure their approvel and help in
having the land proclaimed a public
park by the Legislature or by thy
I went up last Saturday and with
both of the Knudsen Urothcrs and
Mr. Creevey wo did the necessary
field work of the survey and it is my
intention to go to Honolulu soon,
provided I am instructed by your
honorable body to continue my efforts
as outlined above. Tho field work of
tho survey was done In such a manner
that tho size ot tho park can bo fixed
at any area hat may seem desirable
to tho tfoarl -if Supervisors.
The land as surveyed extends from
tho makai edge of tho forest reserve
(which Is about u mile makai of
Ptiukapelo) running mauka along tho
westerly eddge of Walmea Canyon
to the Puuhinahlna fence, a distance
of about 3 miles. The width of the
strip desired and its mauka extremity
remain to be determined.
It is the unanimous opinion of all
members of both the Kauai Chamber
of Commerce and the Kauai Planters'
Association that tho people of Kauai
are in need of a mountain camp such
as Is proposed, and it is their belief
that said public camp should be un
der tho supervision of the Hoard of
(Sgd.) J. H. MORAGNE,
Member Special Committee ot tho
Kauai Chamber of Commerce.
The report (PIC 12) of tho County
Road Supervisor for tho months of
January and February last were re
celved and placed on file. It is in sub
stance as follows:
"Only repair work was done In
Walmea District during January. In
February the new Wheeling Sx5
crusher was delivered by the Honolu
lu Iron Works and Is now being sot
up and now bins and screen being
made at Makawell. A short stretch
of tho Camp 4 cut off over doby soil
Is being paved with broken rock bo
fore macadamizing. Macadamizing
tho Camp 4 cut off will begin as s,oon
as tho outfit can bo made ready for
In KOLOA DISTRICT: Resurfac
ing at Lawai started in the middle of
January binco which time fair pro
gress has been made. Tho work start
ed whoro tho crusher now stands near
Lawai bridge and has been extended
to a point near Kalaheo school. A
good job of patching was done from
tho ond of the Shortcut road at Lawai
to Koloa and is being continued to
ward Llhuo, Hridges across Koloa
repair work in tho District was car
WATER WORKS: Tho 4 Inch pipe
for Anahola was ordered and on its
arrival tho work of laying will begin
At Kalaheo Water Works, work of
tunneling in lino of diverting tho left
branch of Lawat Stream into tho Ka
laheo system was started this weok;
started on March 3, and if no solid
rock is encountered In the tunnels
they will bo dug for GO cents a foot
which is contract price.
SCHOOLS: Eight ,bungalow school
rooms at Kapaa wero enclosed with
glass and tho teachers arc all well
pleased with them,
Tho report (P ) of the Pound
master of Walmea for tho quarter
ending with December 31st last, and
tho report (P ) of the Pound
master of Kawaihau for January, 1019,
were approved upon tho adviso of
Reports (P1G43) on school buildings
etc. for February were received from
Anahola, Haena, Hanalcl, Hauamaulu,
Hulcia, Kalaheo, Kapahi, Kokaha, Kl
lauoa, Koloa' Koolau, Makawell, Mana,
Omao, Wailua, and Walmea and were
placed on file.
Communications' (attached to P
1C35) informing of action taken to
wards acquiring eight (S) acres of
land at Lihue for school purposes and
as urged by the Hoard were received
from Honorable C. T. Bailey, Com
missioner of Public Lands, and Hon
orable H. W. Kinney, Superintendent;
of Public Instruction and were placed
A communication (attached to R
22S) was received from the Honorablo
J. S. Chandler, Representative, Kauai,
County, acknowledging the receipt of
a certified copy of the Resolution
urging Senators and Representatives
of the County of Kauai to use all en
deavors towards the enactment of a
law for a special tax levy to raise
funds for controlling tuberculosis on
Kauai, and assuring that the matter
will receive his attention, was placed
A communication (attached to P
1C33) from the Honorable Commis
sioner of Public Lands aforesaid ad
vising of tho approval by that oliico
of tho expenditure of appropriations
for the construction of roads in the
Kapaa Homesteads, Fourth Series;
the Lawai Valley road, and Omao
road under the plan of Mr. Moragne,
duly submitted, and tho bill for such
work to b3 paid under the provisions
of Act G of tho Special Session of the
Legislature of 191S, and was placed on
Upon tho motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Mcnefoglio additional
appropriations amounting to a total
of Nino thousand six hundred and
sixty dollars ($!),GG0.00) wero approved
for the following uses:
Dlst. Court & Jail Kawaihau 300.00
iW. F. Sanborn Is
I Made Commissioner
Honolulu, March G With Govornor
McCarthy's appointment of Walter
Foss Sanborn, of Hanalcl, to represent
tlio Island of Kauai on tho Territorial
Fair Commission, tho personnel ot the
Commission is complete, as follows:
Edwin H. Paris, chairman; H. P. Ageo,
Oahu; W. F. Sanborn, Kauai; S. A.
Baldwin, Maul; James Henderson,
Hawaii; J. Walter Doyle, executive
secretary, and E. K. Brown, assistant
Mr. Sanborn's experience In indus
trial, agricultural and livestock affairs,
In addition to the fact that ho is an
energetic and conscientious booster
for tho Garden Island, makes his
selection as Fair Commissioner for
Kauai a most happy choice, in the
opinion of Chairman Paris. Mr. San
born is manager of Prlnccvlllo Plan
tation Company, and a director In
Prlncovlllc, Hanalcl Land Co., and
tho Kalihlkal Co.
4 4 4
j t .j $ .j. $ j.
Among tho passengers arriving this
morning wero: A. Horner, Mrs. 13. A.
Knudsen, W. H. Latham, C. C. James,
E. Cropp, J. Donald, J. H. Moragno
A. K. Decker, It. O. Strange, M. Blum,
M. E. Corderio, C. C. Fun, J. A. Souza,
The annual meeting of the share
holders of tho LIHUE ICE COMPANY
will bo held at tho Grove Farm ofTico,
Llhuo, on Saturday, March 22nd, 1919,
at 10 A. M.
E. H. W. BROADBENT,
The Lihue Juniors
Down Kauai Champions
Last Sunday at the Llhuo Park tho
Llhuo Juniors defeated tho McBryde
team by a score of 9 to G. There was
a big crowd out to witness tho gamo
and yell for their respective heroes.
The Juniors started tho scoring and
lead to tho very last. Both teams
pbyed splendid ball, but tho Llhuo
boys had a shade tho better of tho
argument. F. Fernandez and A. Akita
made some grandstand plays .that
brought the crowd to its feet.
Y to Have Conference
County Rd. Mach.
Omao Rd. Contract
Oiling Rds. Hanalcl
Roads & Bridges Hanalcl
Perm. Improvement Fund:
Mana New Road
Resurf. Koloa Macadam
The leaders and officers ot tho vari
ous Y clubs on Kauai are to have a
conference around tho camp fire at
Olokele Saturday night and Sunday.
The conference will bear particularly
on the membership campaign and on
details of club organization.
Prospects for the financial cam
paign tho last week of March are
good, the only cloud being the ravages
of tho Hit. If the situation allows It
there is to bo a Y banquqt on Satur
day night the 22nd for volunteers in
tho campaign. Details of this' will be
announced next weok.
CARD OF THANKS
I desire to thank Dr. Young and tho
kind friends in Lihue for tho generous
attention afforded my self and family
while wo were 111 In tho hospital.
WISHARD At the Children's Hos
pital, Honolulu, March 7th, 1919, to
Mr. and Mrs. Leslie W. Wishard,
of Union Mill, Kohala, Hawaii, a
The annual meeting of tho stock
holders of tho KAUAI TELEPHONIC
COMPANY, LTD., will be held at tho
ofilco of tho Treasurer, Mr. G. N.
Wilcox, at Lihue, on Saturday, the 22d
day of March, 1919, at 9 A. M.
C. H. WILCOX, Sccrotary
Kauai Telephonic Co., Ltd.
Lihue, March 10th, 1919. 2t.
ALBERT K. DECKER, formerly of
tho Kapaa Auto Service Company, re
turned this morning and will bo back
on tho job at the old stand, and will
glvo your Ford his personal attention.
Mr. Decker has been with the Gth
Aero Squadron overhauling moters
and general repair work. Bring your
KAPAA AUTO SERVICE CO.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AT CHAMBERS IN
In tho Matter ot tho Estate of
Bunlchl Maruyama, Deceased.
Order of Notice sf Hearing Petition
for Letters of Administration.
Tho petition of C. B. Hofgaard &
Company, Limited, an Hawaiian cor
poration, alleging that Bunlchl Maruy-
ama died Intestate at Walmea, Island
and County ot Kauai, Territory of .
Hawaii, whilo a resident of said Wai
mea, on or about tho 13th day of
January, 1919, leaving property within
tho Territory of Hawaii necessary to
bo administered upon, and praying
that Letters of Administration issuo
to tho Bishop Trust Company, Limited,
an Hawaiian corporation,
IT IS ODRERED that Saturday,
the 22nd day of March, 1919, at 9:30
o'clock A. M. bo and hereby Is ap
pointed for hearing said petition in
tho court room of this court at Llhuo,
Kauai aforesaid, at which time and
place all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cauao, if any they
have, why the said petition should
not bo granted.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, February
. BY THE COURT:
JOSEPH A. SOUSA,
ROBERTSON & OLSON,
8G3 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu, T. H.
Attorneys for Petitioner.
Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine.
Enquire at this office. tf.
Dr. San Yee Chang
announces that he has temporarily open
ed an offce for the general practice of
Dentistry, for two weeks in the two
story building, up stairs, next. to the
C. B. Hofgaard & Co. Store, Waimea,
Kauai. He will next go to Kapaa.
''Saving has hcen the cornerstone of many of tho world's reat- i
est fortunes, but the investment thereof has been the material J.
that completed the edifice.
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HONOLULU, T. II.
Mr. McBryde moved to authorize
tho County Road Supervisor to im
prove tho Kalaheo Water Works, and
being seconded by Mr. Iicttencourt Jr.
the same was carried.
Mr. McBryde after having made
another verbal roport on Petition Xo. j
1G1S, moved for the macadamizing of
tho road running to tho now mill of
tho Koloa Plantation when tho County ,
is in bettor financial condition, which I
motion, after being seconded by Mr.
Brandt, was carried.
Upon tho request of Mr. Hetton
court Jr., tho County Road Supervisor,
Mr. Moragno, was requested to take
up with tho Commissioner of Public I
Lands tho matter of allowing $3500.00 j
out of tho $10,000.00 appropriation '
"for roads in the Kapaa Homesteads":
to bo used at this timo for construct-'
Ion, etc., of roads of the Kupaa Home
steads. Atll:30 a. m. tho meeting adjourn
ed to meet agdin at the call of the
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