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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. MAY 11, 1920
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on account of illness, was referred to
the Supervisor of the Hanalel district
and the new county Road supervisor
for investigation and report.
' The Board being satisfied that a
lanal was urgently needed for the Wai-
t mca school upon the motion of Mr.
I Menefoglio the county engineer by
I unanimous vote Was authorized to
build this lanaf.
Upon the motion of Mr. Mencfogllo
and by unanimous vote the Board in
structed the county engineer to make
a purvey of the new schoof lot at Ma
kaweli, also to draw up plans and
givo estimate for a new 10 room build
ing to bo constructed there later.
The report (P1796) of the county
road supervisor for April last was ac
cepted and filed. It is in substance
Macadamizing on Manr road has
reached the intersection with the old
road near Tab On's camp and the
crusher is now being set up for the
c'xte'ntioii to the junction with Weber's
road.-' A few liave. been employed
doing a littlo. repair work all along
the road up to Puukapelo.
In Koloa District the principal work
carried on was grading on the new
mill road in preparation for tho ma
Liiuie District. The Kapaia grade
on the Wailua Fall3 road was repair
ed. A small force was kept at the
sea wall beyond Wailua bridge. Some
rocks was broken for crushing for the
new Nawiliwili bridge. '
Kawaihau . District. Considerable
asphalt dresing was applied to the
road between Kealia and Anahola,
also on the two grades at Thronas
place and the Moloaa grade. - There
is now on hand about 500 barrels of
asphalt for use on the Kawaihau
roads. Work of excavating for the
new eonercte bridge at Anahola was
begun and stone is being broken for
crushing rock for that Job. The crush
er wus moved from the Homestead
and will arrive at Anahola today for
crushing the rock .for the new bridge
The Akuiikuli bridge across Kapaa
stream near the Matthews place is in
bad shape and should bo replaced by
a new bridge this year however it
could be patched so as to hold over
for another year.
Hanalel District. Lumahai re-newal
bridge was fifiiched, Haena bridge re
paired. Lumber was ordered for new
stringer and roller for : Kalihiwai
bridge. Tho form work for the new
concrete bridge below Kilauea school
will be about completed at 'the end of
this week and concreta will bo poured
WrUer Works: Thel 3,000 feet of
2nd hr-ncl boiler tube pipefor Puu ka
Pele water works arrived at Port
Allen and hauling will soon begin.
Arrangements have been made to be
Ki'i the now work in preparation for
laying the above pipe next week.
P.uuka Pele Road: Tho Survey work
is pietty well along. After surveying
on both ridges in 'order to determine
which was the best route, very little
di Terence wan found between the Po
kii and Puehu routs from a cost
standpoint. Mr. Faye is very much
opposed to tho manner in which the
n w road would cut through the cane
fold;! as suiveyod on the Pokil ridge
but agrees to necessary changes be
low the main ditch on the Puehu
ridge when the cane is harvested in
Juno or July.
I therefore recommend that the
Puehu route be adopted and that the
survey be completed over that line.
The new teachers cottage at Wai
mea is well under way. A cess pool
is also being made at the Waimea
school. New dry closets at Kekaha
school are under construction. A
cook house at Lihuo r.chool is now
Upon tho. motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded -by Mr. Bettencourt Jr. the
suniof $711.15 was appropriated as
additional appropriation for tho pur
poses named below same 'to be paid
County Lot & Bldg.
District Court & Jail:
Expenses Auditing Co Books
Expenses of Eection
Expenses of Witnessess
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Attorney , 9.70
Clerk - 89.55
Co. Rd Supervisor 286.00
Registration of Autos
Schools: Janitor Service
New Grounds Llhue
Repair and MaintenanccBlds &
Support of Prisoners 1,161.48
Kapaa 112.38 697.71
County Road Machinery . 321.87
Waimea: Asphalt Macad. Mana
New Road P.I.F. 2,757.67
Oiling Roads, R.T.S.D. 188.40
Puukapele Road 637.35
Road Tax Special Deposit 710.29
Koloa: Macadamizing 60.00
Oiling Roads, Special v
Rd Tax Spec. Depo. 2,025.32 2,157.07
Resurfacing Macadam 44.50
Llhue: Nawiliwili Bridge 62.80
Oiling Roads - 753.68
Roads and Bridges 1,851.13
Rd Tax Spec. Deposit 299.25
Kawaihau: Anahola New Bridge 239.15
Oiling Roads 1,268.32
Roads and Bridges, ' 553.00
Road Tax Spec. Deposit 120.06
Hanalel Asphalt Macadamizing 63.60
Oiling Roads 392.90
Roads and Bridges 2,681.63
Road Tax Spec. Deposit 104.61
: Total $31,377.54
At 1 o'clock p. m. the meeting ad
journed to meet again at the call of
I Kapaa Notes t
W'hlle riding along the main road
l.'.te op Monday afternoon, a horse
ridden by Sato a local Japanese, sud
denly shield at Ford Car No. 603, back
ing right into the path of the machine
which was travelling in the same di
rection. The horse after being struck,
becamo uninanngable, and threw its
ridei to the ground after dragging
Mm about with one eg attached to the
liim about with one leg attached to the
jured man was immediately rushed by
officer Dan llano to the Kealia hos
pital where it was found that he had
sustained a fracture of the skull. Des
pite all efforts to save him, he died on
Tuesday morning without regaining
consciousness. No blame is attached
to tho driver of the machine by the
Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. 'Bueh wel
comed tho arrival of a baby boy on
April 2Cth last, who has been named
Iu Bun Hee, captain of the Makee
basobull team, has been appointed of
ficial coach of athletics at the Kapaa
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Sam Kaahu, the Board of Health has
out of available moneys credited to promised to supply the Kapaa school
i the General Fund in the Treasury, viz: , temporarily with the services of a
incidentals Supervisors i $100.00 j dentist to look alter the cnilaren s
Water Works: Kalaheo 500.00 teeth. It seems that although the
I Wailua Homesteads' Roads 114.15 schools from Lihuo and beyond have
I Mr. McBryde on account of the high had a dentist in attendance for a
jtost of the materials and of the great couple of years, no attention whatso
! demand for pip-s moved that the ever had been given to the schools on
! Board at the next regular meeting this side of tho Island. In a letter to
j bring up for its consideration the Representative Kaahu writtenv by
, advisability of increasing the water Secretary Porter of the Territorial
rates to be paid by tho consumers and ( Board of Health, the writer states
by vote was unanimously carried. 1 that due to insufficient funds appro-
List of appropriations, and the priated by the last Legislature, the
amounts, affected by the demands ap- Board is unable to provide a dentist
proved and mentioned above. for this half of the Island, and a3ks
i S tlnry County IM Supervisor $300.00 that the representative from this dis-
Mrict cooperate with the Board in so
: curing sufficient funds for this pur
pose if a special session of the Legis
lature is called by the Governor this
! At a meeting of the Makee Athletic
184.00 Association held at the Kapaa school
on Wednesday evening May 5th, 1920,
20.00 the following officers were elected to
10.15 serve during 1920. H. Wolers, presi
31.50 dent; B. W. Meheula, vice president!
P iy of Poiee:
Board of Child Welfare
County Bldg. Janitor Service
Geo. Raymond, secretary; G. M. Shak,
treasurer and J. Teraoka, official
scorer. N. K. Hoopil was elected team
Mumaer nnd lu Bun Hee captain.
Mr. F. R. Tracy has secured the
contract to build the bank of Kauai
and has already started operations.
He expects to have the building ready
for occupation in about six weeks.
Mr. James Spalding, in cooperation
with Mr. Chas. A. Rice and Philip
Rice, all veteran players, is developing
a fast polo team at his Waipouli
grounds, composed of players who,
previous to this year, haVe had little
or no experience in this game. The
new players, all of whom are report
ed by Mr. Spalding to be making a lot
of progress, include C. A. Baggot of
Nawiliwili, F. W. Burns of Kealia,
Chas. Wilcox of Lihue, W. F. Horner
of Lihue, ,M. Monsarrat of Koloa, A.
Ries, and Dr. Golding, both of Kapaa.
Practice is indulged in twice a week
and a game of two periods is played
every Sunday morning. Athough sev
eral ponies have been slightly injured
lately due to lack of experience of the
new players, Mr. Spalding expresses
himself as very optimistic over the
outcome, and expects to give the gen
eral public of Kauai the chance of
seeing some good paying during the
coining Fourth of July.
Fishermn along the shores of this
side of the island made one of the
largest catches of akule in years at
Wailua on Thursday. A large school
of these fishes were encountered not
very far from shore and several large
sharks were reported on Friday to be
following the school. Mr. James Spald
ing, accompanied by Mr. A. Horner,
Jr., went to Wailua with the latter's
high-powered rifle to get one of the
man eaters if possible, but the sharks
had disappeared when they arrived.
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The widely heralded, wrestling
m-.tch between Sandow, "the strongest J
man " nnil T.rtufa I?Acrn vniini, I
wrestler from Maui, which was to
have been staged at the Tip Top last
Friday night, failed to materialize.
The reason for the non-appearance of
the wrestlers in not clear. The cup
porters of Rego Bay that Sandow had
a sudden violent attack of that deadly
malady known as "cold feet." Sandow
says that the audience was so small
that he could not afford to go on.
Whatever the reason, it is fortunato
for Vs. Sandow that his engagement
on Kauai Is pau, as his stock has suf
fered a decided decline.
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