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THE OARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 26, 1921
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inadequate provision fur supplies and
equipment for vocational work In the
school of Kauai, and petitioning Leg
islature to appropriate not lea. than
15,000 for proper running eipenxei
and material and supplies, and $6000
for repaira to ihop buildings, etc.
There was some question aa to the
wisdom of making this resolution so
specific aa to the amounts, some
thought It would be a well to leave
It to the Legislature to grant ade
quate relief for the aituatlon, but it
waa finally left as it stood, and the
resolution waa passed unanimously.
Mr. Mldklff called attention to the
fact that the University of Hawaii
was suffering In the same way at the
hands of the Legislature, their appro
priation had been seriously cut down,
so that the institution would be hand
icapped in Its work, to the detriment
of the whole Territory, including
Kauai. He thought the Chamber
might take some similar action In
regard to it. No motion however
was made and no action taken.
Valuable Park Reservations
Mr. Lydgate for the Parka Commit
tee told of the advent of the Governor
to Kauai, in response to the request
of the Committee, to look into the
matter of reservations for public
parks, and of his enthusiastic policy
of approval. With the committee he
had gone over the varlouo park pro
posals on the ground, all the way
from Walalua to the Barking Sands,
with the result that he recommended
very materially increasing the area,
and assured the committee that he
would take the necessary executive
action Just as soon as the surveys
were ready, and recommended that
prompt Immediate measures be taken
to complete these surveys. This Mr.
Lydgate had done, and provision had
been made for 195 acres below the
road at Wallua, including the golf
links, about 100 acres at the Barking
Sands, and some 15 acres at Kekaha
opposite the Danfords between the
road and the sea.
As it was impossible to secure a
government surveyor for this work,
which in any case would have meant
long delays, Mr. Lydgate had done
the work himself, at the suggestion of
the Governor. He now requested
the Chamber to bear half the expense
of these surveys, to the extent of say
$120. The balance he would try and
secure from the Supervisors.
Mr, Broadbent spoke in the highest
commendation of the work that was
being done by the Parks Committee.
Now .was, the psychological moment
to get these things through, the Gov
ernor was In sympathy, the sites
were available, now was the time to
nail the matter and make sure of
them. They would be a very valuable
asset in the future. He. moved that
the amount asked for by Mr. Lydgate
be granted. Carried.
Mr. Moragne said that in 'connect
ion with parks there waa another
matter of surveys that should be ten
ded to. The Puu-ka-Pele park was
to be extended to take in a larger
section along the pipe line. The nec
essary surveys should be made to
close up this matter and secure this
additional tract. This was really
necessary to safeguard the water sup
ply of the park. He suggested that
Mr. Lydgate do this work in connect
ion with work on the Puu-ka-Pele
road. This was tacitly agreed to.
Get Ready for Summer
Mr. Broadbent begged to call the
attention of the Park trustees to the
improved status and outlook for the
Puu-ka-Pele park, with the water
laid and the road going ahead, and
the Summer Session at hand there
would be a great many people going
up there. He thought it very desir
able that they should perfect their
plans for the development and con
duct of the Park.
Mr. Albert Horner Jr. reported for
the Fish and Game Committee that
owing to the serious illness of Dr.
Kuhns they hadn't been able to do
as much as they had hoped, but that
they were very much alive to the in
terests of the cause, and were quietly
working toward the more faithful ob
servance of the law. They appealed
to the Chamber for moral support in
this work. There was a very com
mon spirit of utter disregard for the
law, which a good strong public opin
ion would do much to remedy.
Mr. Broadbent called attention to'
the proposed Nawiliwili Harbor cor
nerstone laying celebration, which
had been turned over to the Harbor
Committee for conduct. As chair
man of that committee he would like
to hear suggestions as to what form
this celebration should take.
Mr. Stoggett suggested that it
might be a good plan, when every
thing was ready, to meet at the quar
ry t.ite, where the selested first stone
should be waiting, see it hoisted onto
the car, then accompany it to the
Breakwater, and. with appropriate
ceremony, place it in position in the
water, In connection with the same,
there should be an address by the
Governor, and perhaps other leading
cltliena. There might be light re
frenhments as well, and perhaps
games and sports.
Not to Handle Civic Convention
The Secretary read li communica
tion from the Executive Committee of
the Civic Convention enquiring
whether Kauai wished to invite the
ntxt Civic Convention to meet on
that Island. Mr. Lydgate stated
that ho had explained to them our in
ability to handle those big conven
tions satisfactorily, because of our
limited hotel accommodations. He
railed attention to the fact that In ad
dition to the expense of the conven
tion Itself and the various side Issues
In the way of entertainment, there
would be the publication of the re
port, which would run to several hun
After some little discussion the sec
retary was Instructed to decline, with
the suggestion that the convention be
held in Honolulu.
University Extension Court.
Mr. Broadbent called attention to
the recent visit of Prof. Crawford of
the University of Hawaii. It was
proposed to inaugurate on Kauai the
same extension program that Is be
ing carried out in Hilo, with lecture
courses on timely practical subjects.
He, the speaker, had suggested that
this work might b. done under tbe
auspices of the Chamber of Com
merce, and he hoped that the Cham
ber would stand behind it with inter
est and assistance.
To Mak. Meeting. More Available
Mr. J. I. Sllva outlined a plan for
making the benefits of the Chamber
more readily available to the mem
bers by scattering the meetings more
widely over the Island, having them
occasionally at Koloa, Eleele and Ka
paa. As, however, this would in
volve an alteration of the bylaws,
and special notice of the same, the
matter was referred to the Directors
for presentation at the next regular
Mr. Silva presented a request for
assistance to the extent of $25 to
wards the publication of J. A. Palm
er's very excellent little tourist's
guide to the Islands. This was
Dangerous Bit of Road
Mr. Sloggett called attention to the
very dangerous place in the road at
Kapaia near the second bridge,
where at least three automobiles
have gone over recently. He thought
the supervisors should be petitioned
to erect a good strong guard-rail
;The secretary was instructed to
write a letter to that effect, to the
Board of Supervisors.
World'. Press Convention
Mr. Hopper read a letter from Mr.
De Vis Norton reporting progress on
the World's Press Convention, and
giving assurances that every effort
would be made to extend the time of
their visit, and include Kauai in the
The meeting then adjourned.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
( FIFTH CIRCUIT
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
AT CHAMBERS IN PROBATE
In the Matter of the Estate of
RAMON FELICIANO, deceased.
Odrer of Notice of Petition for Allow
ance of Accounts, Determination of
Trust and Distribution of the Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
and accounts of Jesus C. Feliciano,
Administrator of the said estate.
wherein petitioner asks to be allowed
$39.50 and charged with $402.00, and
prays that his accounts be examined
and approved, that he and his suret
ies be discharged from all further re
sponsibilities concerning said estate
and that a final order of distribution
be made of the property remaining
in his possession to the persons
It i3 Ordered, that Saturday, the
28th day of May, 1921, A. D. at 9:30
o'clock A. M. at the Court Room in
Lihue, Kauai of this Court, be and the
same hereby is appointed the time
and place for hearing said Petition
and Accounts, and that all persons
interested then and there appear and
show' cause, if any they have, why
said petition should not be granted,
and present evidence as to who are
entitled to the said property. And
that notice of this Order be published
in the Garden Island, a newspaper
printed and published in this Circuit
for three successive weeks, the last
j publication to be not Jess than ten
days previous to the time herein ap
' pointed for said hearing.
I Dated the 22nd day of April, 1921.
(Sgd.) WILLIAM C. ACHI JR,
' Judge of the Circuit Court of the
I Fifth Circuit.
(Sgd.) JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
(SEAL OF COURT)
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