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next Legislature of Hawaii for the use
of the schools were placed on file.
Report (P1779) on achool building
etc., for March were recelred from
Anahola, Kloole, Haena, Hanalel, Ka
laheo, Kapaa, Kapahl, Kekaha, Kllau-
a, Koloa, Koolau, Llhue, Makaweli,
Mana. Omao, Wailua, Walmea, and
were placed on file.
The report (P1780) of the County
Road Supervisor for the month of
March last wao received and placed
on file... It Is In substance aa follows:
has been delayed on account of fire-
Macadamizlng at Mana New Road
frequent rains. There Is enough stone
broken . to . macadamize as far as
planned for the present that is as far
as Webers road. Repair work through
out the district of Walmea ia pretty
well done. Work of doing small re
pair work on the Puukapele Road was
started this week.
Koloa Diotrlct: All necessary patch
ing was done on the main road
through, the district Some grading
was done on the Kalaheo school road
but the work was suspended on ac
count of weather. A lot of rock was
crushed at Kalaheo for use in patch
ing. Work of clearing this right of
way for the new Koloa mill road was
mostly. ...done and grading will begin
Llhue District: Contlnous stormy
weather has been threatening the road
along the . sea shore beyond the Wai
lua bridge for the last two months,
where, most of the Lihue road force
has been employed during that time
dumping in boulders and it has been
nip and tuck to save road. Asphalt
ing on Nawlllwlli grade was finished.
Patching on the main road was sus
pended on account of the men being
needed at the Wailua sea wall stone
breaking for repair was started.
Kawaihau District: About 130 bar
rels of asphalt was used on the worst
parts of the road between Kealla and
Anahola and that section of the road
is now in good condition until the bal
ance of the asphalt can be done.
Hanalei District: Lumahalbridge is
now being finished. All tlmebrs ex
cept a part of the flooring was renew
ed 8 of the. 2" chord rods and allot
the hangers -rods.
Some asphalting patching was done
at Kllauea, work will start on the new
bridge at Kllauea school right away.
So far I hare not been able to get
workmen to build new dry closets at
Kekaha but expect the work to start
soon at Waimea the carpenters are
now at work .The carpenter shop was
moved to its new location and the
new cottage is being erected. At the
High .school all of the 8 class rooms
had the. floors . stained and polished.
The new cottage at Lihue is finished
except a little more painting.
Hanalei cottage was also finished.
Small repair was done at other
Water Works: Only repair and up
keep work; was done. A lot of old
pipe arrived for Kalaheo water works
to be laid in the open ditches of the
new tunnel line. Some of this pipe,
has. holes in it but it was all in lot
that was purchased as a whole, most
of the pipe is good.
Miscellaneous: Two One ton Ford
truck were purchased one was turned
over, to. Walmea district and is now
being used. The other was allotted to
Hanalei district and ia now being fit
ted with a body. I recommend that
work be started on the foundation
work for the new concrete bridge at
Puukapele Road. The survey work
for the Puukapele road was started
and. is now going on. It is Mr. Bige
lows intention to visit this job when
the survey and plans are far enough
along to determine Just what work
should be undertaken for the $30,000.
00 appropriated. And I think it would
be well for the whole Board of County
Supervisors to visit the road in com
pany with Mr. Bigelow at that time
probably some time in May.
Upon the motion of Mr. Menefoglio
seconded by Mr. McBryde the county
road supervisor was allowed to start
as soon as practicable with macadam!
zing the roads in Hanalei and upon
the motion of Mr. McBryde seconded
by Mr. Menefoglio the county road
supervisor was also Instructed to pro
ceed as soon as practicable with ma
cadam.ls!ng .the road leading to the
New Mill of the Koloa Sugar Plants
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio the sum
of 112,025.62, by unanimous vote, was
appropriated out of moneys available
In the General Fund in the Treasury,
as additional appropriations, for the
Furniture A Office Supply f 669.20
Hospital: Walmea 356.42
Puukapele RRoad 5,000.00
Puukapele Water Works 6,000.00
Mr. McBryde moved that one thou
sand dollars (11000.00) be appropri
ated for the purpose of assisting the
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hospitals, it necessary, towards help
Ing persons affected with the "flu" and
being seconded by Mr. Bettencourt, Jr.
the motion was carried.
Upon his personal request the
County Clerk wf.s granted a leave of
absence from his post tor two weeks.
At 12 o'clock noon, the meeting ad
journed to meet again upon the call
of the chair.
CANNOT RECOMMEND, - . . r ,,
KAUAI TO TOURISTS
Admitting that Walmea canyon was
without a peer as a tourict attraction
to these Islands' H. M. Albright, assis
tant director v of the. national .park
service, who was on Kauai last week.
states that he- could not recommend
the attraction to tourists, on account
of "that midnight landing at Nawlll
wlli." He believes the canyon. should
not be included in the national park
scheme at this time.
"When you get a harbor and proper
hotel accommodations you ,. can. go
after tourists. "I shouldn't dream of
recommendlngg .to .general torurfst
travel an attraction so difficult of ac
cess..". .... , . .. ,
In Honolulu, Mr.. Albright . said to
the Bar-Bulletin, "The . JWaimea can
yon will keep. . About the. only .thing
that could be .done to apol it would
be to. erect .a lot of unsightly buildings
along its banks and that hardly seems
likely. . . ... ...
. "For . beauty it is. Just what .it has
been called a . miniature Grand Can
yon of the Colorado.. In. width, and
depth it is about halt the te of the
Grand Canyon, ,and in length much
shorter. But my objections to includ
ing it in the Hawaii national park at
this time are not based on iU physi
cal configuration, but on the difficulty
of reaching, it and the scarcity of ac
commodations.. "That midnight landing i.t Nawlll
wlli is a terror. I shouldn't dream of
recommending to general tourist tra
vel an attraction so difficult to access.
The tourist . bureau will be making a
great mistake if it attempts to divert
any travel to Kauai until communica
tions are improved and accommoda
tions are improved and accommoda
tions are better."
Mr. Albright leaves for Washington
on the Matsonla on Wednesday.
Mr. Albright was accompanied by
John Hodges, secretary of the Tourist
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And the rim is wide enough for a comfortable set !
The edge is nearer the floor bo the kiddies can climb in and .
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