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I TOR GARDEN lflLAlfl), OMJIJSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1920
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supervision of the County Road
(2) the, request for the use of
the steam roller and wagons be'
granted on condition that a reason
note tee, to no ascertained by the
County Road Supervisor, shall be
paid lor tne use oi tne roller and
A communication (P 1&5G)
from Honorable C. T. Builov. Com.
of Public Lands, asking the Coun
ty Jioati supervisor to prepare
plans and specifications prepar
atory to calling in bids for mac
adamizing the Ansjhola Home
steads Road, as provided in Act
2:!),Sossion Laws of 3!)1!) as the
!?.'),000.()() appropriation is now
available for the work, was re
ceived and referred to the County
Road Supervisor for report.
Upon the motion of Mr. Mc
Bryde seconded by Mr. Betten
court Jr. the sum of nine thousand
and thirty-one 04100 dollars (!),
O.'ll.Ot) was set aside as additional
appropriations, to be paid out of
available moneys in the Treasury
for the purposes named below: '
Dist. Courts & Jails, Waimca $4,000.00
Puukapelo 51.49 1,056.04
Incidentals: Co. Attorney 50.00
Official Bond Premium 25.00
Schools: Jan. Sorv. & Sup. 900.00
When in Honolulu
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centrally located. Cool and comfort
able; best food and service. European
Operated in connection with the
J.F. CHILD, Proprietor.
Detor and Company
Gifts That Last
Diamonds, Watches, Silverware
and Fine Leather Novelties
Silver Gold and Platinumsmiths
Efficient Service By Mail
COR. HOTEL AND FORT STS.
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proved by this Board, upon the
motion of Mr. McBryde seconded
by Mr. Bettencourt it was voted
to request the County Attorney:-
1. To submit a new Ordinance
regulating the seizure and im
pounding of estrays that are
lound on any public road ;
2. To submit an Ordinance
amending Ordinance No. 8, pro
viding for aBoard of Trustees,etc,
for the Samuel Mahelona Memor
Communications (2) (attached
to P i:U) from Miss Mabel
Wilcox and C. B. Hofgaard, res
pectively, accepting their appoint
ments as Trustees of the Samuel
Mahelona Memorial Ilosoital were
received and filed.
A Resolution (P 1S:S4) by the
Women's Auxiliary of Kauai Post
No. 2, American Legion, was re
ceived and same was filed a8
October 22nd, 1020
Resolved si-. That the Monica's
Auxiliary of Kauai Post No. 2
American Legion strongly urge
upon the proper authorities to
supervise the moving pictures
siiown on tne Island of Kauai,
with the purpose of maintaining
a good and wholesome standard
to all pictures; and that a copy of
this resolution he published in the
'Garden Island" and a copy sent
to the Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai.
Forwarded bv direction
(Sgd) Mm. Albert Horner Jr
Corresponding Secretary Woman's
Auxiliary Kauai Post No. 2, Am
A communication (P 1835)
from Grove Farm Plantation per
K. 11. . Uroadbent, mammer. re
questing the use of one Steam
roller and two or three rock wag
ons on macadamizing work to be
done on a piece of road on Grove
Farm and for permission to cross
the County Road at Pnhi with
iignung (electric) wires, was
received and the Hoard by vote:
(a) permitted the crossing of
the road with lighting wires, but
the work shall be done under the
Permanent Improvement Fund:
Nawillwlll Bridge 2,000.00
Macadam 1,000.00 3,000.00
The accounts herelnbelow listed
which have been charged against the
accounts for special deposits, the Aud
itor, by vote of the"""Board was given
authority to transfer same so that the
bills may be paid out of the General
Janitor Service & Supplies $ 381.90
Koloa: ltd. Tax Spec. Dep 2,495.37
Kawalhau: ltd. Tax. Spec. Dep. 457.26
A communication (P1837) from Miss
Hundley, supervising principal, re
questing for supplies for Anahola, Kl-
lauea, Kapaa and Kekaha were refer
red to the County Engineer with full
power to act in tho premises.
By a vote of tho Board, the County
Engineer was authorized to purchase a
dozen paper baskets from the Kapaa
school for distribution amongst Bchools
where most needed.
A requisition (P1837) from the
High School for a fence between its
new lot and the Grove Farm field ad-
Joining; for electric lights to be In
stalled in the assembly room and in
the new building; and for taking
down the old flag pole which cannot b
used, was received, and the matter of
fencing tho premises and taking down
the flag polo as prayed for, was re
ferred to tho engineer, with power to
ict in the premises. The request for
electric lights was tabled.
A requisition (PI 837) from Frank S.
Pugh, Industrial instructor, on behalf
of the Anahola school for tho removal
and replacement of the garden fence
at that school, was received and filed,
A communication (1837) from Hon
T. H. Gibson, deputy superintendent
of public instruction, enclosing forms,
for information regarding expenditures
under the Special Fund of the school
Budget for the cJVmlng biennial period,
was received and flled.
M. G. Santos, principal of Olohena
school, verbally requested that the
school premises be fenced in and a
tank for drinking water be put on the
premises, and by unanimous vote, the
matter was referred to the engineer
with full power to act In the premises.
A communication (P1S38) from Hon.
T. H. Gibson, deputy superintendent of
public instruction, enclosing Executive
Order No. 77, setting aside a tract of
6.25 acres for the Kekaha school, was
received and flled, and the clerk was
asked to acknowledge the receipt of
same with thanks.
A communication (P1839) from Hon.
John E. Stone, secretary to tho Gov
ernor (Hawaii), handing Executive
Order No. S3, setting aside certain
land at Hanapepo, Walmea, Kauai, for
park purposes, waB received and filed
and tho clerk was also asked to ack
nowledge the receipt of same with
Reports (P1S40) for October, on the
condition of school buildings, etc.,
were received from Anahola, Kilauea
and Hanalel, and were placed on file.
The report (P1830) of the pound
master of Llhuo for the quarter ending
September 30, 1920, was approved
upon the advise of Mr. Brandt, to
whom same was referred for report.
Financial Roports (R256) for August,
being Treasurer, Treasurer-Auditor,
Auditor's report of receipts and dis-
burscmcnts.vetc, and the joint report;
wero approved upon tho adviso of Mr.
jiniiHii, wnno inose (UZas) lor Oct
ober, being Treasurer, Treasurer-Aud
Itor, Auditor's reports and disburse
ments, and the Joint Report ; and Bank
I Examiner's Report for 0 months to
I June 30, 1920, on the condition ot the
County, were referred to tho latter
gentleman lor advise.
ino contract of Wisu it Wise.,
t rumors, and tne County of Kuuat, lor
inu construction of one story tio.it j
school building at Kalaheo, Kauai, .
$20,681.00, according to plans and spot
mentions, accompanied by u bond oi
the construction of una story lrunie
tormauce of tho work, by u unanimous
voto of tho Board, und signed by thu
chairman pro tern, Mr. Alencfogllo,
who was duly authorized to do so by
tho same voto of thu Board.
Tho County, Itoad of Supprvisor'a
report (P1842) for OoiOuur was receiv
ed and filed. It is suutitantiuiiy as fol
lows: ENGINEER'S REPORT
Patching work on the main road In
the district was carried on. Thu court
house was moved to u position parallel
to the main road, and tho now addition
begun and' Is well under way.
Only a few day's work was done on
the macadamizing of tho Catholic
church road as tho men wero trans
ferred to tho main road. The work ot
putting down asphalt commenced at
Wahlawa hill and has now reached a
point several hundred feet Koloa sldo
of Kalaheo. Rain stopped the work
Patching ot tho road was started at
tho old Koloa Mill road and has con
tinued through to Knudseu'B place. As
the road was very bad It was necessary
to use the roller in this work.
As much grading as the weather
permitted was done on the homestead
road near Kukulolono park. Some work
was done on the Omao road.
Nawillwlll Bridge: Ono half of tho
bridge is now open to traffic and tho
other half will be opened as soon as
the All can be put In, which must be
done after tho old bridge is removed.
A few day's of patching was done on
A few day's grading work kas done
in the Wallua section of the home
steads. Kawalhau District:
Kapaa Homestead Roads: Some
grading work was done on the road,
but was held up every few days on ac
count of .rain. Some finishing wark
was done on several culverts lately put
A few day's work of patching tho
main road was done.
Hanalel Landing Road: Tho macad
amizing of .the road has been com
pleted and the outfit will soon be re
moved. Some patching was done in
the Kilauea section.
The Kapaa school addition of two
rooms will bo completed this week.
The domestic sclonco building a.t
tho Kauai high school is well under
List . of appropriations and the
amounts affected by the approval of
the demands submitted this afternoon:
Salary Co. ltd. Supervisor $300.00
Pay of Police:
Hanalei 280.00 2,090.00
Child Welfare Board
Co. Bldg: Jan. Service
County Lot & Bldg.
Dist. Cts. & Jails: Walmea
Expenses, Auditing Co. Books
" of Witnesses
Co. Rd. Sup. 241.90
Premium Official Bond
Fum. & Fix. 270.75
Jan. Serv. etc. 797.10
New Bldgs.: Kalaheo
Ind. Art. Bldg. Llhuo 12.91
High School 3,861.53
Now Grounds 51.30
Rep. & Maint. Bldgs, etc. 99.45
" Houses & Teach. Cots.
nanalol 5.35 614.46
Support of Prisoners 1,187.81
Puukapele . 7.00
Kekaha . 5.00 .
Mrs. L. L. Patterson and son, of Kil
auea, will leave Thursdr.y on tho
Lurlinc for a month's visit in Hono
lulu. Miss Eva Focke Is spending a week
or so ns ho guest of Miss Edith U3.
They, will both lcavo for town on Sat
urday. L. B. Goss and wife, from San Jose,
California, aro registered at the Llhue
Hotel. Mr. Goss Is hero to construct
a bungalow for Manager C. A. Baggott
of Nawillwlll Garage.
W. F. Dillingham, of Honolulu, Is
registered at Llhuo Hotel, having ar
rived this morning.
W. E. Eklund, auto salesman for tho
von Hamm-Young Company, returned
from Honolulu Friday morning, where
ho went to arrange for tho shlpm
to Kauai of a new 1921 Buick
arrived this morning.
4, 4. 4. 4, -j. 4, -
County Road Machinery 136.16
Walmea: Puukapelo Road
Survey, Territorial 5.00
Oiling Roads, Spec. Dep. 481.05
Rd. Tax Spec. Dep. 887.39
Koloa: Macadam Koloa New
Mill Rd. P.I.F. 803.10
Oiling Roads 2,686.49
Roads & Bridges 627.30
Llhue: Nawillwlll Bdg. P.I.F. 4.062.15
Oiling Rds. Spec. Dep. 67.85
Rd. Tax Spec. Dep. 638.04
Kawalhau: Anahola Bdg. P.I.F. 34.60
Oiling Roads 366.65
Roads & Bridges 2,379.40
Landing Rd. P.I.F. 1,008.10
Oiling Roads 326.96
Roads & Bridges 537.39
Upon a verbal request by tho County
Road Supervisor, he was, upon tho
motion of Mr. Brrndt, seconded by
Mr. Bettencourt Jr.. and by a. unani
mous vote of the Board, authorized to
expend the sum of $1000.99 for a shc
to be built at Llhue for housing tho
county machines and storing county
Upon the motion of Mr. Bettencourt
Jr., seconded by Mr. Brandt, tho
County Sheriff was given full authority
to put In the necessary rapalrs to the
jailor's cottage at Kapaa, the cost
whereof, .however, shall not exceed
At 2:30 p.m. the meeting adjourned
to meet again at tho call of the chair.
Only one game, which was called
off in the seventh inning, was played
in tho Kawaihau League" on "Sunday,
the other game between the Libertys
and Allies being prevented by rain.
In the game played, tho Pacifies
defeated the Farmers by the score of
4-1. The game was started with
light showers, and was stopped twice
to allow tho rain to have an inning by
itself, but in the seventh, such a
heavy downpour occurred that the
teams considered it advisable to call
off tho game, which however Is legal,
more than five innings having been
LARSEN At Kilauea, Kauai, October
29, 1920, to Mr. and Mrs. L. D.
Larson, a daughter, Katharine.
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai will recoivo bids up
to ten o'clock of December 1st., 1920,
for furnishing 500 barrels of grade "C"
(Pen. 30-40) asphalt In single headed
barrels, to bo delivered ox ships'
tackle, Port Allen, Kauai.
R. F. MIddleton.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI
Please accept my most sincere
thanks for the wonderful support you
gave me at tho late geneVal election.
May God crown your days with long
Your obedient servant,
JOHN A. HOOPALE,
Republican Representative, County ot
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI
I wish to thank you most slnceroly
for tho generous support accorded mo
at tho general election.
D. K. HAYSELDEN,
Republican Representative, County of
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