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THB GARDEN ISLAICD, TUESDAY, 6CT. 19, 1920
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ri! Tublic Instruction and the Super
vising Principal, was received and the
clerk waa asked to notify tho superin
tendent of the conference held by the
I.oaiil and, the school officials regard
ing school appropriations this morning,
A request (TU827) from Dr. L. L.
I'atterson for the repainting of the
floor of and for other necessary repairs
to be given the Itanalel Dispensary,
was referred to Mr. Menefoglio with
full power to act in the premises.
A request (P1S2S) from Mr. Engle
hard, superintendent of the Ahukinl
Terminal & Railway Co., Ltd., for per
mission to cross the . public road at
xWaipouli and at a point near the
Wailua. Bridge with the company's
railroad was filed, the matter having
been attended to at the last meeting
A communication (P1S29) from the
Honorable John F. Stone, Secretary
of the Governor, delivering a certified
copy of Executive Order No. 76 which
set aside a tract of land at Wailua-
Hoano, for a park to be known as
Poliahu Park, and enclosing blue print
of said tract, was received and filed.
The report (P1S30) of the Pound
master of Lihue for the three months
ending September 30th, 1920, was re
ferred to Mr. I3rnndt for advise.
Reports (P1S31) on the conditions
of school buildings, etc., for September
were received from Anahola. Eleel
Hanalei, High, Kalaheo, Kilauea,
Koloa, Koolau. Lihue, ' Makawell, and
Wailua and filed.
A request (P 1832) from the Koloa
Sugar Co., to macadamize a road 1544
feet long by 12 feet wide from the end
of the present macadam road to the
said company's new mill was received
and by vote the Board consented to do
the work when opportunity permits, at
A' bill for $1,000.00 from the Makee
Sugar Co., for building a bridge across
the Kapahi Stream, being a Territorial
affair, which was submitted for the
approval of the Board, after same was
signed by the chairman for the Board
was handed over to Mr. G. W. Sahr,
Sub Agent, Public Lands, 6th District
to forward to the proper authorities in
Honolulu for payment.
The report (P1S33) of the County
Koad Supervisor for the month of
September was received and filed. It
is In substance as follows:
Waimea District: Work of patching
the main road was carried on during
the month. A' new location of a sec
tion of the Puukapele road was laid
out; this section being in the? cane
Koloa District Tho macadamizing
of the Koloa Mill road was completed.
Several hundred feet of No. 1 crushed
stone has been rolled on the Catholic
church road; the grading of this road
has been practically completed. C60
cu. yards of stone was broken for the
macadamizing outfit. Some patch work
on the main road was done.
Lihue District: ..NawiUwili Bridge:
The second abutment was finished and
Lhe forms for the bridge were started.
Crushing of stone for the superstruct
ure was commenced and has now been
finished. Concrete for the bridge will
be poured In about a week.
Kawaihau District: Somo work of
grading on the Homestead roads was
done. Several culverts were Installed
but more grading work Is to bo done
i3 there was too much rain during the
first of the month for such work. A
concrete pipe culvert was put in on the
Kawaihau road. The Akulikuli bridge
Hanalei District: The landing road
is now practically finished with ex
coption of asphalting. A small bridge
in Hanalei was repaired. Work of re
placing timber on the Kalihiwal bridge
was resumed. The timber supports
were removed from under the concrete
bridge near Kilauea school.
Water Works: The Puukapele pipe
line was finished during the first few
days of the month. The camp house
was moved to a point lower down on
the road. The 3000 feet of wood pipe
for the Kalaheo water works arrived
and ditching for this line has com
menced. A concrete cistern has been
Schools: Painting and repairing
was done on the schools and cottages
in all districts. Cleaning of the
grounds, etc. was done. The Wailua
Homestead school was completed and
supplied with desks, etc.
Kapaa School Addition: During the
last month one class room and the
foundation for the second room was
Financial Reports, (R257) for Sept
ember, being Treasurer's Report, Aud
itor Treasurer Report, Auditor's list
of balances of appropriations, etc., and
the Joint Report were referred to Mr.
Brandt for advise.
Upon the motion of Mr. Bettencourt
Jr., seconded by Mr. Brandt, the Engi
neer was authorized to purchase oil
for use on thfe floors of the Kapaa
, List o appropriations and the
amounts affected by the demands ap
proved this morning, and hereinbefore
Salary County Road Supervisor 300.00
Pay of Police:
Board of Child Welfare
County Bldg. Jan. Service
County Lot & Bldg.
District Courts & Jails:
Expenses of Election
Expenses of Witnesses
Eleele . 50.00
Sam Mahelona 2.500.00
Co. Rd. Sup.
Official Premium Bond
Registration of Autos
Support of Prisoners 406.75
Schools: Fur. & Fix. 200.45
Jan. Service & Sch. Supplies 225.16
New Buildings: Mana ' 1.116.15
Kauai High 42.00
Wailua Homestead 2,554.50
Repairs & Matnt. Bldg. & Grds. 126.70
Repairs Sch. House & Teach.
Cottage 1,839 52
Water Works: Puukapele 559.62
apaa - 8.70
County Rd. Machinery 181.54
Waimea Asphalt Macadam,
Mana New Rd. P.l.F. 106.39
Puukapele Rd. Survey Terr. 21.35
Oiling Rds. Spec Dep. 722.01
Rd. Tax Spec. Dep. 867.26
Koloa: Facad. Koloa New Mill
Rd. P.l.F. 4,248.49
Oiling Rds. Spec Dep 3,347.23
Rd. Tax Spec Dep 1,069.30
Lihue: Anahola Bdge. P.l.F. 3,743.78
Oil. Rds. Spec Dep 424.96
Rd Tax Spec Dep 1,450.80
Kawaihau: Anahola Bdge, P.l.F. 185.90
Oiling Rds 87.50
Rds & Bridges ' 2.501.38
Landing Rd P.l.F. 2.0SS.23
Roads & Bridges 831.03
Kapaia Garage Co,
U. S. TIRES
Automobile M o t o r cy c I e Gas -Engine
and General Repairing
Total " $40,616.29
At 2:10 p.m. the meeting adjourned
to meet again at the call of the chair.
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