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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOV. 11,. 1919
Meeting of the Supervisors
(Continued from page 1)
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Macad; Kalaheo (Sllva-
Viarra) . 2,390.75
Rd Tax Special Deposit . 618.52
Huleia Bdge P.I.F. ; 2,401.80
Rd Tax Special Deposit j . 666.38
Wailua Bdge P.I.F. 415.26
Wailua Homstds Rds 6,240.92
Oiling Rds P.I.F. . 4,148.89
Rd Tax Special Deposit 130.51
Roads & Bridges 353.03
Asphalt Macadam P.I.F. 1,243.21
Puuou Bridge P.I.F. 251.95
Rd Tax Special Deposit .j 5.00
Roads & Bridges 1,622.50
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Leaving Lihue every Tuesday, Wednesday and Friday,
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Total , $39,087.21
A letter dated Sept. 30, 1919 from
S. E. Lucas of the Kapaa Homesteads,
TViui-th Series, requesting tor an in
vestigation as to the reason . why he
coald i not get water, from his, pipe
which is connected with the Kapaa
main pipeline, was received and action
on same was deferred until a future
A request (attached to P 1666) from
Genevieve White and Dorothy Gorch
for a permission to use the Hanamaulu
school, and another one (attached to
P16G6) from one Mary Mahand for a
like permission to use a room of the
Lihue school, for catechism instruct
ions for the Catholic children, were
received, and both requests were
A communication dated Oct. 18, 1919,
from Hon. Henry C. Hapai, Chief Dep
uty and Acting Fire Marshal, Territory
of Hawaii, notifying that the Gover
nor, by Proclamation, has set aside
Nov. 8, 1919, us a clean up, fire and
accident prevention day, and request
ing the Board to co-operate with the
commercial, industrial, labor, civic,
and other organizations to carry out
the purposes for which the day was set
aside, was received and the clerk was
instructed to reply that the Board will
co-operate in the movement as request
A communication dated Oct. 20th
1919, from the Governor acknowledg
ing the receipt of a map and photos
showing road construction on Kauai
and thanking the Board for the same
was received and filed.
A communication (P1741) from Hon,
Vaughan MacCaughey, Superintendent
of Public Instruction, requesting for an
appropriation of 191.80 to aid the Fed
eral School Survey work now under
way, was received and upon the motion
of Mr. Brandt seconded by Mr. Mene
foglio the same was allowed.
Mr. Menefoglio moved that the
County Road Supervisor proceed as
soon as practicable to build a teachers'
cottage at Hanalei, and being seconded
by Mr. McBryde the same was carried.
Requisitions (P 1742) for supplies,
etc., for the schools at Kilauea, Ana
hola, and Koloa, respectively, were re
ceived and placed on file.
Reports (P1743) on school buildings
for October were received from Ana
hola, Haena, Hanalei, Hanamaulu,
Huleia, Kalaheo, Kapaa, Kauai High,
Kekaha, Kilauea, Koloa (2), Koolau,
Makawteli, Mana, Oniao, and Wailua
and were placed on file.
Poundmasters' Reports from Wai
mea (P1736) and for Lihue(P1737) for
the quarter ending September 30th,
1919, were referred to Mr. Manefoglio
for advise, and later they were approv
ed upon the recommendation of the
Financial Reports for September,
1919, to-wit: Treasurer and Auditor's
Rf port, Auditor'3 Trial Balance, etc.,
and the Joint Report; also the Treas
urer's Report for October, were re
ceived and referred to Mr. Brandt for
The Board, after consideration of
the request (P1726) by the Sheriff for
the appointment of Game Wardens for
this County, by unanimous vote ap
pointed the County Sheriff as Game
Warden-in-Chief with full power to ap
point as many assistants as may be
A petition (P1744) from Kapaia, Li
hue, to repair the road leading from
the main and bolt road at Kapaia to
the stores in the valley was received
and by a vote action on the matter
was postponed until the next January
meeting of the Board.
The report (P1745) of the County
Road Supervisor for the month of Oct
ober, 1919, was received and placed on
file. It is in substance as follows:
WAIMEA DISTRICT Road patch
ing work hac been going on In the dis
trict. At Mana the new road progress
ed as follows: 1076 cubic yards of
stone crushed and put on road, 1650 ft,
of road applied with asphalt. Stone
breaking was also carried on.
KOLOA DISTRICT Road patching
work has been carried on. Some work
was done on the Lawai mauka road.
The work of macadamizing the main
road at Kalaheo was stopped on Oct.
, 2nd, with exception of the roller and
I the water wagon which was kept on
the road for a time longer, some re
i pair work was also done on the crush
! er and outfit. The work of macadam
1 izing the Homestead Road was started
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on the 13th, but on account of rain the
outfit only worked one week in which
208 cubic yards stone was crushed and
rolled on the road. Macadamizing
around Sllva's Store and the Kauai
Railway station is also being done.
LIHUE DISTRICT.- Some road
patching work was done in the dis
trict; tho road on the hill between the
high school and Nawiliwili being
patched. Huleia Bridge: This bridge
is practically completed. It was opened
for traffic on the 22nd. The forms be
neath will remain for some time yot.
Wailua Homesteads roads: About four
miles .of read has been finished. The
road up Puu-Pilo hills now being grad
ed. This part of the road work was
held up a few days on account of rain.
The abutments for the bridge at Opal-
kaa stream crossing is about completed
and forms for the erection of the steel
spans is now being built Wailua
Bridge: The railings and wheel guards
have been painted and sanded.
KAWAIHAU DISTRICT Work of
spreading asphalt was begun about the
1st of October at the District line.
About 4,300 feet of road was finished
during that month and the outfit mov
ed to Kealla where the work was re
sumed. Patching and sanding the roads in
the district was carried on.
HANALEI DISTRICT A bridge was
built and placed across the Hanalei
river for the purpose of hauling broken
Btone across the stream to the Land
ing road. Through the 25th about 275
cubic yards of stone had been brought
across. . i Stone . breaking is going on
also. The steel bridge at Kalihiwal
was cleaned and oiled.
SCHOOLS A new cottage at Eleele
school is now under construction.
. Some repair work was done at Ka
laheo, Omao, and Koloa schools.
The ground at the Lihue new school
site was harrowed and prepared for
An additional room was added at
the teachers' house at the high school.
Wiring and electric lights was put
in the main building at the high
Some repair work including the wir
ing of one large room for lights was
done at the Hanamaulu school.
R. F. MIDDLETON.
The matter of construction of a new
school building for Lihue was general
ly discussed by the individual mem
bers of the Board but definite action
on this matter was left over to Borne
.. Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde,
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio, the Board
unanimously. voted to discontinue for
the present and until further notice
all work pertaining to roads, new
schools, and water works, except work
on Territorial contracts, and the mov
ing across of a temporary bridge at
At 3:15 p.m. the meeting adjourned
to meet again at the call of the cljair.
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