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THE GARDEN INLAND, TUESDAY, MAR. 8, 1921
(Continued from iage 1)
along a distance of more than a hun
dred feet. Some rock was hauled
immediately to protect the remaining
part of the road. A portable track
line has been laid into the mauka
field for hRuling rock for this work.
Some ditch cleaning and cutting of
weeds was done.
Two abutments and one ptr was
built up to about a foot of the beams,
thus completes with the previous con
structed pier the foundations for the
proposed concrete spans. Work was
stopped by the high water and the
workmen removed to other urgent
Weed cutting and ditch cleaning
was done in parts of the district.
The recent freshet took out several
piles 'from the Lumahat Bridge ap
proach and rendered same impassable.
There were several landslides which
completely blocked the road; those
were soon removed enough to allow
At Wainiha about two hundred fifty
feet of road was washed away together
with a small wooden bridge.
The Lumahai bridge approach has
By the end of the week a temporary
bridge across the new channel of the
river will be completed and traffic
will be able to reach the Haena side
Road patching work was carried on
in the district during the month.
Track was put in from the beach to
the washout In the "Beach Road" and
the fill has been started.
The era dine machine was run 11
few days on the Mana road.
The repair work on the Koloa land
ing road was completed near the las,
of the month; this road required mud
stone in places and had to be rerolled
over practically the entire length.
The road from the Court House con
necting into the road was also repair
Widening of the road from the main
road to the Koloa Plantation Store
was completed. ?
Grading work on the Homestead
roads was carried on' during most of
Stone breaking for the macadam
work around Kalaheo was commenced
and track has been put in for hauling
stone to the crusher site.
Some patchwork was done on the
Patching of the main road was car
ried on during the. entire month.
Work of hauling stone for protect
ion against the rough seas at Wailua
was kept up during the month.
A few days of grading work was
done on the Niumalu road; stone
breaking for the macadamizing of this
road was commenced.
In the Wailua homesteads all the
roads were graded and several needed
tills begun; a 24 foot bridge was put
In spanning a recent washout.
Work of asphalting the main road
between Moloaa and Anahola was car
ried on during the month.
Several bad stretches in the Kapaa
homesteads were graded and filled
with new dirt.
The grading machine was run
throughout the homesteads most of
The temporary bridges at Wainiha
were coiriDleted and road built up
sufficiently to allow passage of traffic.
Cleaning up of the recent slides
along the main road was finished.
The old bridge has been moved
mauka of the old site.
The form work for the new con
crete spans has commenced.
More stone Is being broken for this
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt Jr., the
sum of four thousand dollars (4,000.00)
was set aside as additional appropria
tions for the purposes named below:
Wailua road $1,500.00
Kapaa Homesteads 1,500.00
Koloa road ,1000.00
After a request from the County
Road Supervisor upon the motion of
Mr. McBryde seconded by Mr. Betten
court Jr. It was authorized to deposit
one hundred dollars with the Kauai
Railway Co. of Eleele, to be used in
payment of wharfage and other char
ges againBt the County.
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Bettencourt Jr.. and
by unanimous vote the County Road
Supervisor was given authority to
macadam as soon as practicable the
road leading to the new location of
the Kalaheo School from the main
Upon the request of the County ,
Road Supervisor, and by motion of
Mr. McBryde seconded by Mr. Brandt,
he was authorized to have a telephone
Installed at the Llhue County Stables.
At the request of the Sheriff the
Chairman was given full authority to
approve for payment the pay-roll for
Kawaihau Police, properly certified to
by the Sheriff upon presentation.
List of appropriations, also the a-
mounts affected by the approval of
the demands submitted this forenoon
ind hereinabove referred to:
Sa.l Cty. Rd. Supervisor: 300.00
Pay of Police: Specials, 3S0.00
Hanalel 280.00 1,665.00
road P. I. F.
Roads & Bridges
Llhue: Naw. Bridge P.l.F.
Mac. Niumalu Rd.
Oil Rds Spec. Depo.
Roads Sc. Bridges
Bdpe. P. I. F.
Oil Roads, Spec Depo.
Roads &. Bdgs.
Hanalel: Oil. Rds. Spec Dep.
Roads & Bdgs.
At 12:30 p. m. the meeting adjourn-
Board Child Welfare
County Bldg. Jan. Service
County Lot & Bldg.
Dist. Court & Jails, Walmea
ICxp. of Election
!Cxp. of Witnesses
Kurn. & Office Supplies
Co. Rd. Supervisor
Official Bond Premium
Schools: Fur. & Fixt. 28.00
Jan. Service & Sup. 185.90
New bldg: Kalaheo 3,968.80
New school grounds 61.90
Rep. Houses & Cot. 827.95
bldgs. & Grounds 113.15 8,659.9f
Following is a corrected list of of
ficers of the Kauai branch of the Ha
waiian Humane Society:
President, Mrs. W. Henry Rice; Vice
Pres. Jl.s. A. H. Waterhouse; Sec,
Mrs. F. Jennings; Treas., Mrs. H. D.
Sloggett; Auditor, Mr. D. Jamieson;
Directors, Mrs. W. F. Danford, Mrs.
Th. Brandt, Mrs. C. Beyer, Mrs. Arthur
Draue,, Mrs. B. Cropp, Mrs. R. L. Wil
cox, Mrs. Foster Horner, Mrs. D. L.
I, arson, Mrs. W. F. Sanborn, Mrs. A.
444144' 4444444 4
Sup. & Maint.
Co. Rd. Machinery ' 53.23
Waimea: Oil. roads 809.15
Road Tax Spec. Dep. 1.716.6:!
Koloa: Macad. New Mill
Kauai High School
The girls played their first public
basket ball game at the armory on
Monday afternoon. It was between
the Freshmen and the Sophomores.
Considering that it was the first game
that the girls have played in public,
and that many of the girls are just
beginners, it was a good game indeed.
Though the ball was fumbled a great
deal, on the whole there was good
team work shown. One great dis
advantage was that the floor was so
slippery that the players were some
what uncertain upon their feet, thus
preventing complete freedom of act
During the first three quarters the
Sophomores made no score, while the
Freshmen ran way up to about twenty,
But in the last quarter the Sopho
mores gathered themselves together
and made eight points. The game
ended with a score of 26 to 8 in favor
I of the Freshmen.
I After the game, music was furnish
. cd by the school orchestra and dan-
ting was Jn order.
There will be more games between !
the various teams, the exact date of j
which will bo announced later. Ad
mission of ten cents for school child
ren and twenty-five cents for adults
and outsiders is charged. This mon
ey will be used to buy a silver cup for
the winning team. This cup is to
be contested for each yt.ir, and will
be inscribed with the names of the
There has been a great deal of re
pairing and constructing in the line
of carpentry about our school. Our
library is being enlarged to twice its
former size by removing thn partition
between it and the former chemistry
laboratory which has been removed
to the new building. This will be a
vultiublc addition to the school, for
our library is very small and limited
for a school of our size..
O.ir piano was tuned last week and
the improvement in the lone of the
instrument Is remarkable.
A very marked Improvement has
been wrought In the appearance of
our campus. You see, we have a
brand new scythe, quite a novelty here
and all the boys are very enthusiastic
about wielding it. The result Is that
the weeds, which in places were near
ly knee high, are disappearing as if
Plans are being made for a track
and athletic field. The money turn
ed in by the late athletic association
will be used for this purpose. Be
sides the track we will have two vol
ley ball courts. Teams for this
game will be organized directly and
practice will begin as soon as the
basket ball season is over.
On Monday we had fresh corn for
lunch, the first gathered from our own
gardens. The land about the domes
tic science building is bristling with
rows of newly sprouted beans. If
all goes well we will have enough
beans to supply an army of no small
size for a month. We can never grow
tired of them however, for there Is a
peculiar pleasure in eating the prod
ucts of ones own garden.
On Friday the assembly period was
devoted to the topic of the hour the
inauguration of our new president.
Members of the U. S. History class
spoke on the life of the new Pres
ident and of the Vice-President and
members of the cabinet, and on the
plAform of the Republican party. A
very enjoyable and instructive 40
minutes was passed in this way.
Having the students address the
assembly so, proved to be such a suc
cess that we are going to do it more
from now on.
Tip Top Theatre
Alma Hanlon and Stewart Holmes In The' Pioneer Production
"SINS OF HER CHILDREN"
There will be no public show next Friday night as the theatre is engaged by Kauai
No. 2. American Legion.
MADELAINE TRAVERS IN the Fox Feature
"THE HELL SHIP"
NAZIMOVA In the Metro Production
"HEART OF A CHILD"
WALLIE REED In the Paramount Comedy
AURURA MARDIGANIAN In the Farrous Armenian Production
"AUCTION OF SOULS"
The entire proceeds from this wonderful picture will go to the Near
East Relief. Price for this picture will be 25c, 50c, and 75c.
Sam Peneku and Geo, Burgess
Lave purchased the welding business of
W. M. Mullin
The new company will be known as
KAUAI WELDING, LTD.
with headquarters at McIJrvde Plantation
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HAS. Ui;iM"()H("IN(i, TANK lit'ILDINO,
There has never been a disease which was credited with
leaving its victim with after effects in such variety as the
Spanish influenza. There are a number of reasons for this,
chief of which is that the cause of the disease was not removed.
Tb Upper Limbs
lb Lower Limbs
Those who were
taken down with
the epidemic or
those who were in
a weakened condi
tion which made
The lungs, the kid
neys and the liver
were inactive, the
tone, and when in
fluenza came along
it found a hot-bed
favorable for its
the bowels flog
ged, the kidneys
and lungs had too
much to do; with
the kidneys also
sluggish, the lungs
and, unless the
right conditions of
restored, and speedily, death followed.
In cases where the clogging poisons were removed by arti
ficial itid in time, the patient got well, even though the weak
ness which permitted the accumulation remained. It is these
i uses that are in danger from the so-called "after effects." It
is those in whom the weakness which permitted the disease to
develop still remains, that need to lake steps at once to be rid
of the cause of their weakness. Until they do they will not be
safe from after effects or the danger of it return of the disease
Where there is inherent or chronic weakness of the kid
neys, lher, stomach and lungs, the cause is pressure upon spi
nal nerves supplying these organs with their normal functional
vigor. In other words, through some accident or the strain
of an abnormal position, the joints of the spinal column that
would affect the nerves leading to these organs, have become
out of alignment. This deviation hits caused a narrowing of
the "nerve door." When the nerves to the lungs, the kidneys,
lher and stomach, any one or all four, tire pinched these or
gans are robbed of their normal supply of nervous vigor. They
are thrown out of nervous balance with the rest of the body.
Iiy Chiropractic spinal adjusting alignment, the nerves
freed, and with the conditions of health restored, the disease
Yours for better health and happiness,
DR. ELTON B. JONES D. C. Ph. C.
Kapaa Main Office
to 11:00 A.
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