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Meeting of the Supervisors
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Mr. Brandt also moved that all
moneys in tho Treasury credited to
the account, tor "New School Grounds"
be set aside for the purpose for which
they were Intended, to-wlt: the mov
ing of the cottage at present occupied
by H. C. Sheldon, situated on the
premises recently acquired from the
Lihue Plantation Co., Ltd., for school
purposes in Lihue, to the, location
pointed out by the Plantation Comp
any, and being seconced by Mr. Bet
tencourt Jr., the motion was carried.
Mr. Brandt moved to appropriate
the sum of Twenty-five hundred dol
lars ($2,500.00- out of available
moneys in the Treasury credited to
"School Furnitures and Fixtures,, for
1919, for purchasing school desks for
the use of the schools of this County,
but the County Road Supervisor, who
is to be authorized to secure these, be
fore purchasing shall call in bids for
furnishing the same with full author
ity to said officials to accept or re
fuse any such bids, and being second
ed by Mr. McBryde, the same was
Mr. Brandt moved to appropriate
the sum of Two Thousand two hundred
eighty and one and 50-100 dollars
($2,281.51) out of moneys available in
the Treasury credited to the account
for "Special Deposit New School
Buildings" to be used towards the
completion of a teachers' cottage at
Hanalei, and being seconded by Mr.
McBryde, the same was carried.
Mr. McBryde moved for the appro
priation of the sum of Four thousand
and five hundred dollars ($4,500.00
out of available moneys in the Treas
ury credited to the account for "New
School Buildings, Special Fund" for
1920-1921, to be used for the construct
ion of a four-room teachers' cottage in
Lihue, and being seconded by Mr.
Brandt, the motion was carried.
Mr. Brandt offered the following
"Be it resolved that the Superin
tendent of Public Works be and is
hereby requested to proceed as soon
as practicable with the construction
of the road toward Puukapele, Wal
mea Canyon, Kauai, as provided for in
Act 237 of the Session Laws of 1919,
item 25, carrying an appropriation of
Thirty Thousand Dollars ($30,000.00)
and that a copy of this resolution be
forwarded to Honorable Lyman H.
Bigelow, Superintendent pf Public
Works," and being supported by Mr,
Bettencourt Jr., the resolution, by
vote, was unanimously adopted.
Mr. Bettencourt Jr. offered the fol
"Be it resolved that the Commis
sioner of Public Lends, the Honorable
C. T. Bailey, bo and is hereby notified
that the County of Kauai is now ready
to enter into a contract with him for
the construction of roads at the Ka
paa Homesteads and at x Anahola,
Kauui, and called for by Acts 32 and
239, of the Seucion Laws of 1919, and
that a copy of this resolution be for
warded .to the said Commissioner of
Public LandB," and being supported
by ,Mr. McBryde, the samo was adopt
ed by a unanimous vote.
lne following financial reports
were received and referred to Mr.
Brandt for recommendation: Treas
urer's Report for December, 1919; and
the Treasurer-Autlitr's Report, Audit
or s Trial Balance, etc, and the Joint
Report for the month of November,
A notice dated January 6, 1920, from
the McBryde Sug ar Co., Ltd., that it
has started layic g a portable track
across the public road running to
Hukuiolono Pr.rik by the Kalaheo
Homesteads' Socii 1 Hall, was referred
to tho County Ro ad Supervisor with
full power to act in the premises,
Tho report of the Poundmaster of
Lihue for the t hree months ending
December, 31, 1! 119, was referred to
Mr. Bettencourt Jr. as a committee
of one for his ad rice upon the motion
of Mr. McBryde, seconded by Mr,
A requisition toiA Miss Hundley
Supervising Prim ajiaL for supplies for
the use of Kapaa Kchool, was received
and granted upo a .tha motion of Mr.
Brandt, seconded . by Mr. BtHtencour
Acting in pursuance of a petition
(P1744) from the residents of Kapala,
Lihue, which prayed for repairing the
road leading to the Kapala Valley,
upon the motion of Mr. McBryde,
seconded by Mr. Brandt, the County
Road Supervisor by vote was author
ized to proceed as soon as practica
ble with the repair of the said road.
The request (P1746) of S. E. Lucas,
homesteader at Kapaa, for the im
provement of the County's pipeline
near his residence and homestead and
from which he obtained water for his
domestic uses, was referred to the
County Road Supervisor for.report and
The request (P1751) of Wm. Werner
Jr., a teacher of the Lihue school for
payment by the County of the rent of
the cottage he is occupying which
was again brought up for considera
tion, upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt Jr., was
granted, payment to begin from Jan.
Reports on school buildings, etc.
for November and December,. 1910,
respectively, were received from Ana
hola, Eleele (2), Haena (2), Hana-
maulu (2), Huleia, Kalaheo, Kapahl
(2), Papa (2), Kauai High and Gram
mar, Kekaha (2), Kllauea (2), Koloa.
Koolau (2), Lihue, Makaweli (2),
Mana (2), Omao, Wailua (2). and
Waimea (2), and were placed on file.
Mr. McBryde moved that tho County
Road Supervisor have th9 authority
to put in toilets, if necessary, for the
use of the Makaweli and Hanamaulu
schools, respectively, and to repair
the gate of the premises enclosing
the cottage of the Wailua school, and
being seconded by Mr. Bettencourt Jr.
the motion was carried.
A requisition for material for need
ed and necessary changes in the
Eleele school kitchen, was received
and upon tho motion of Mr. McBryde,
seconded by Mr. Brandt, was granted
and Mr. Creevey, vocational instruct
or was given full authority to do the
Another request (attached to P
1672) from D. L. Chang, to extend
the County's pipeline to his lot (being
No. 53) at the Kalaheo Homesteads,
was received and upon motion of Mr,
McBryde, seconded by Mr. Brandt,
the County Road Supervisor was em
powered to extend the pipeline as
prayed or on condition however that
Mr. Chang will pay one-half of the
expenses incurred for this work.
Mr. McBryde moved for the appro
priation of the sum of One thousand
three hundred and ten dollars ($1,'
310.00) out of available moneys in
the Treasury credited to the General
Fund for the following uses:
Salary Co. Rd. Supervisor $600.00
Incidentals : Auditor 200.00
License Collections 50.00
Schools: Repairs, Houses and
Teachers' Cottages 425.00
and being seconded by Mr. Betten
court Jr, was carried.
Upon the motion of Mr. Bettencourt
Jr., seconded by Mr. McBryde, the
County Road Supervisor was instruct
ed to give the necessary repairs to
the windows, sills, etc., in the offices
occupied by the Judge and Clerk of
the Circuit Court of this Circuit.
Upon his verbal request, supported
by the motion from Mr. McBryde and
duly seconded by Mr. Bettencourt Jr,
tho Sheriff was given full authority
to purchase two dozen Douglas chairs
for use in the County Building.
At 12 o clock noon a recess was
taken to meet again at 1 o'clock.
At 1 o'clock the Board reconvened
A demand from Ripley & Davis,
Architects of Honolulu, for $3,796.32
for drawing up plans and specificat
ions, etc. for the r.ew concrete Lihue
school buildings and charged against
the account for "Lihue School New
Buildings" was approved by an unani
In re Puukapele Park Water Pipe
A committee of the Kauai Chamber
of Commerce consisting of Messrs,
W. F. Sanborn, J. M. Lydgate and
E. H. W. Broadbent were present and
submitted suggestions during the con
sideration of this matter. After gen
eral discussion of the matter and up
on the motion of Mr. Brandt, seconded
by Mr. Bettencourt Jr. the County
Road Supervisor by an unanimous
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At Close of Business,
Loans, Discounts and Overdrafts 7,230,006.40
Bank Premises, Honolulu
Bank Premises, Waipahu and
Bank Premises, Lihue
Customer' Liabilities under Let
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Cash and Due from Banks
City and County of
Territory of Hawaii
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W. F. DILLINGHAM
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Statement of Condition
Capital, Paid Up ?
Surplus and Undivided Profits.-
Letters of Credit Outstanding.
Reserved for Taxes and Interest
Dividend Warrants Unpaid
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that tho above is true to the best of my knwledge and belief.
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sworn to before me this 2d day of January, 1920.
(Signed) J. D. MARQUES,
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