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THE OARDElJBJUiklfP. .yESpAY, JUNE 1, 1920
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A meeting, duly called, of the Board
of Supervisors of the County of Kauai
wns held as usual t its office on Mon
day May 24, 1920, at 9 a. m.
Present: H. D. Wishard, T. Brandt,
V. D. McBryde, J. F. McBryde, J. F.
Bettencourt, Jr. A. .Menefoglio.
The chair reamrked that as he was
about to take a five months' vacation
as advised by his physician he
thought, for the best interests of all
concerned, to call a meeting of the
Board when the members could con
sider some very important County
matters and before he leaves.
After u statement by the chair the
Bo.ird voted to apply to the Water
house Trust Co., Ltd. Trustees of the
Kaaoa Estate, for a lease for a piece
of land at Kuhiau, Lihue, adjoining
the High School premises for a term
of 10 years, at the same time instruct
ed the County Road Supervisor, Mr.
Middleton, to make a survey of the
required lot and deliver his notes
thereof to the County Clerk who shall
on behalf of the Board forward the
application for the lease.
Mr. Menefoglio moved that the
Board, requests the Department of
Public Instruction to secure, for
school purposes at Hannmaulu, a piece
of land there Bituated containing five
(5) acres and known as Field No. 1,
and being seconded by Mr. Brandt the
same was unanimously carried.
Mr. Menefoglio also moved to secure
a yioce of land at Kiiauea containing
5 acres for school purposes there and
being seconded by Mr. Bettencourt, Jr.
it was unanimously carried.
Air. McBryds moved that the County
Itoad Supervisor have the authority
to purchase for the County's use a
Power Lawn Mower and being sec
onded by Mr. Menefoglio the motion
Mr. Menefoglio moved that the
County Road Supervisor be authorized
to call in bids for furnishing the
County with the necessary building
materials for a two-room school
building at Wailua-uka, also for the
construction of the building, with full
power to refuse any or ail bids, and
that he shall as soon as practicable
proceed with the construction of the
building, and being seconded by Mr.
Bettencourt Jr. the motion was car
ried. Mr. McBryde moved that the Coun
ty Road Supervisor prepare or secure
plans for a new 8 or 10 room school
building at Kalaheo and being second
ed by Mr. Menefoglio it was carried.
A suggestion in this connection was
offered the County Road Supervisor
to secure from the Department of
Public Instruction plans mostly favor
ed by it for similar school buildings
and to have it at the next regular
meeting of the Board.
For the construction of new school
buildings in the Kawaihau District,
if necessary, it was unanimously
agreed to be considered at the next
Mr. Wishard .after few appropriate
remarks nominated Mr. J. II. Moragne
as and for the Lihue member of the
Board of Managers of Puukapele Park
and in place left vacant by the death
of the late Mr. Hustaoe, and by an
unanimous vote of the Board, Mr
Moragne was appointed to the office
A request (P1798) from the Grove
Farm Sugar Plantation for a perniis
sion to lay a permanent railroad
crossing on the road near the Malu
uialu and Huleia junction was re
ceived and granted upon the motion
of Mr. Menefoglio seconded by Mr.
Brandt, the work however shall be
done to the approval of the County
The Board upon the motion of Mr.
McBryde seconded by Mr. Menefoglio
instiucted the County Road Supervi
sor to investigate and report at the
next meeting upon the advisability of
macadamizing the road leading to the
Catholic Church, in Koloa, and which
branches off from the road leading to
the Koloa Sugar Plantation New Mill,
while macadamizing work is being
given the latter road.
County Road Supervisor be given full
authority to extend the Kapaa Water
Works pipes so to be available for the
use of the Kapaa homesteaders, 4th
Series the expense of which exten
sion however shall not exceed $1,800.
OOon account th Bcvbis ypvab
00 on condition that the homesteaders
will pay to the County before the
work Is begun one-half of the esti
mated cost or the sum of $900.00, and
being seconded by Mr. McBryde the
motion was carried.
Mr. Manuel Teves, of Koloa, speak
ing for himself and his colleagues to
wit: Messrs. Joe Orncllas and J. S.
Chandler, and representing the resi
dents of Koloa asked for the widen
ing cf that section of the lu -.in ro. d in
Koloa running iYoin Dr. Vosliiz;.wa's
ottic: to the Koloa Plantation Store,
which request was granted upon the
motion of Mr. McBryde sjcoii le i by
Mr. Bettencourt Jr., and the County
Road Supervlcor was instructed to
widen the road.
t'pon his personal request Mr.
Wishard was granted a leave oi! ab
sence from the County for a period of
five months by an unanimous voto of
t'pon a motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt Jr. the
County Road Supervisor was instruct
eJ to see that no material of any kind
that may becomo an obstacle to the
free use ofthe paths ahall be unneces
sarily left on the sidewalks of the
L'pon a motion from Mr. Menofog
llo seconded by Mr. Bettoncourt Jr.,
the County Road Supervisor was
given full authority (1) to call in bids
(or furnishing the County with BOO
oarrels of Asphalt; and (2) to call in
olds for furnishing the County with
(2) Ford Trucks.
At it a. m. the meeting adjourned
lo meet again at the call of the chair.
HOLY GHOST FEAST
SUNDA Y, JUNE 6, 1920
DANCE AT KALAHEO HALL SATURDAY, JUNE 5
Beware of Counterfeit Stamps
Warning to carefully examine 1919
War Savings Stamps presented for
redemption because of the discovery
of a clever counterfeit has been broad
casted to all postmasters on the Paci
fic Coast by the Post Office Depart
ment. The counterfeit can bo recog
nized by a swelling on the left check
of Benjamin Franklin's pictuie which
appears on the Stamp, making the
venerable exponent of Thrift look as
if he had the toothache.
Printed from a steel plate on a good
grade of paper, the counterfeit stamp
shows the following defects:
Left cheek of Franklin has a pro
Lower one of two left dots below
the portrait is comparatively indis
tinct. Vertical opening between the lines
in the lower left part of the numeral
"2" in "1924" is closed.
The chief of the United States
Secret Service at Washington has
sent specimens of the counterfeit to
secret service operatives throughout
the country. Postoflices in metropoli
tan centers have been instructed to
select an employee of known excep
tional abilities to acquaint himself
with the characteristics of the count
erfeit and to examine carefully all
stamps of the 1919 series presented
for redemption, save those registered
before January 1, 1920, as the counter
feit was issued after that date.
The 1920 series of War Savings
Stamps is not affected, as they are an
entirely different issue, carmine in
color and carrying a reproduction of
a portrait of George Washington.
They are on sale at all banks and
Willie Pule, well known In Koloa,
in the employ of the Koloa Plantation
met with a serious accident last Fri
day when he fell between a tractor
and a loaded cane car and had his
skull so 'seriously crushed and frac
tured that it seemed as though he had
small chance of recovery, ills chances
however look better at the latest ac-
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