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' THE OAHDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEB. 8, 1921
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Road Engineer call In bids tor a now
"Cruaher", game be opened by him at
tne end of ten (10) days, with tull
power to accept or refuse any or all
me bids, and being seconded by Mr,
McBryde the motion carried.
A request (P 1860) from the Mo
Bryde Sugar Co. Ltd. tor some crushed
rock for the Improvement of its rail
road track crossing the public road at
Wahlawa was granted, the work how
ever, to be done to the satisfaction of
the County Road Supervisor.
Mr. Menefogllo moved that a ne.
tition be sent to the next Legislature
praying for the amendment of th
law providing for the construction of
Concrete School Buildin for L!
hue" with the appropriation of t75,
uuo.oo approved by Act 232 of the
session Laws of 1919 by Btrlking out
me word "Concrete" from the nro.
visions of the law. and beinar second.)
by Mr. Bettencourt Jr. the motion was
Mr. Bettencourt Jr. moved that the,
county Road Supervisor hava the
authority to lay immediately a water
pipe ior tne use of a Camp situated
between the Pineapple Cannery at
ivapaa and Waipouli. and beln
onded by Mr. Menefogllo the same
ii8i or appropriations also th
amounts affected by the annrnv! nf
the demands submitted this forenoon
and hereinabove referred to:
Sal. Ctv. Rd. SUDBrvlnnr
fay of Police: Spec. 380.00
Koloa 1 280.A0
Board Child Welfare
Co. Bldg. Jan. Service
Co. Lot & Bldg.
District Court & Jails:
Kawaihau . 117.61
Exp. of Witnesses
Hospitals: Waimea 100.00
Sam. Mah. Spec. 2,500.00
Incidentals: Attorney 9.00
License Col. 181.00
Co. Rd. Sup. 238.95
Reg. of Autos
Furn. & Flxt. 142.05
Jan. Serv. etc. 642.62
New Bldg. Lihue 21.20
New Grounds 42.80
Rep. & Malnt. etc. 269.40
Repairs House & Teach..
Sup. & Maint. Pris.
Co. Rd. Mach
Waimea: Oil. Rds. 327.75
Oil. Rds. Spec. Dep. 77.35
Rd. Tax Spec. Dep. 1.341.54
Koloa: Mac. Mill Rd. P.I.F. 1.320 25
Oil. Roads 142.35
Roads & Bdgs. 2.090.95
Lihue: Naw. Bdg. P.I.F. 116.33
Oil. Roads 658.65
Rds. & Bdgs. 3,383.13
Anahola Bridge: P.I.F. 2,181.88
Oil. Roads 717.64
Roads & Bridges 2.455.17
Roads & Bridges 1,915.97
At 1:30 p. m. the meeting adjourned
to meet again at th call of the chair.
WILL THE FLU COME BACKT
Dr. Kuhns thinks not, at least not
as a serious epidemic. He says that
the universal experience of myriads
of communities has been that the
first epidemic was followed by a sec
ond the following year. And the
third, while there was a mild recurr.
ence, it was very mild, with very few
serious cases. That has been our
experience thus far, and though there
are a few eases cropping up they are
very mild. There is every reason to
believe that this is all we will have
this time. I
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Tel. 1 5-W
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Notice is hereby given that at the Annual and Directors' Meetings
of The Bank of Hawaii, Ltd., held this day, the following Officers
and Directors were elected and appointed to serve for the ensuing
C. II. Cooke. ;
E. D. Tenney E. P. Bishop
Roxor Damon O. G. Fuller Frank Crawford
CASHIER ' SECRETARY
R. McCorriston f. C. Atherton
Audit Co. of Hawaii, Ltd.
P. G. H. Deverill, J. A. Radway, A. B. Clark
E. W. Cardeu, . jr F. C. Bailey
T. A. Cooke, 0 C. T. Littlcjohn, Jr., R. L. Richards.
V. C. Schoenberg Cashier, Waipahu Branch
A. Anderson Cashier, Waialua Branch
C. G. Kuhliuann Cashier, Lihue Branch
W. F. Horner : Cashier, kapaa Branch
C. H. Atherton
F. C. Atherton
E. F. Bishop
C. H. Cooke
R. A. Cooke
W. F. Dillingham
J. A. McCandlesu
t E. D. Tenney
Richard H. Trent
H. H. Walker
KAUAI ADVISORY BOARD
W. D. McBryde
C. A. Rice
W. F. Sanborn
H. D. Sloggett
H. D. Wishard
WAIPAHU WAIALUA KEALIA