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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 12, 1921
Meetings of the
Board of Supervisors
(Continued from page 2.)
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At 11 a. in. the meeting, upon the
motion of Mr. Brandt seconded by
Mr. McDryde, adjourned sine die.
The newly elected Board of Super
visors of the County of Kauai (1921
1923) held its first business meeting
In the office of the Board at 12:00
noon on Friday, July, 1, 1921.
Present: H. D. Wishard, Llhue;
T. Brandt, VVaimea; J. I. Silva, Ko
loa; Fred Mendes, Kawalhau; A.
The official bonds of the various
members of the Board were submit
ted and examined and being found
in order were ordered placed on file
as by law provided.
Mr. Menefogllo moved that Mr.
Wishard be elected Chairman of the
Board and being seconded by Mr.
Brandt the motion was carried.
The official bondsof tha following
County Officers upon submission and
examination were approved by the
Board and ordered placed on file as
by law provided.
Wm. Henry Rice . . . County Sheriff
J. Mahlal Kaneakua . . County Clerk
Henry Blake County Auditor
K. C. Ahana County Treasurer
S. K. Kaeo County Attorney
The demands, after due examina
tion, were approved against the fol
lowing appropriations, namely:
Coroners' Inquest- $15.00
Schools: Janitors' salaries .... 20.00
Appointment of Road Lunas:
Mr. Silva upon his request was
given until next regular meeting to
nominate one for the Koloa district.
For Kawalhau District, three peti
tions for the position of Road luna
were received and they were from
Hose M. Castro, Ilejiry Lovell, and
James Werner and upon the recom
mendation of Mr. Mendes, Mr. James
Werner was appointed to the office.
An application from P. F. Hurley
of Kapaa for his appointment to the
position formerly by F. Fitzgibbon on
the road work was received and upon
the motion of Mr. Menefogllo second
ed by Mr. Mendes action on the mat
ter was deferred until some future
The matter of appointing an assist
ant to the County Road Supervisor
was brought up for consideration.
After general discussion on the sub
ject matter, definite action on the
same, upon the motion of Mr. Mendes
seconded by Mr. Brandt, was deferred
until some future meeting.
The request (P 1905) of the Sheriff
for , appropriations for the purchase
of necessary appliances for installing
a uniform system of finger-print Iden
tification ($1,750.00), and for a clerk's
salary for six months ($750.00) was
again brought up for consideration,
and upon the motion of Mr. Silva
swonded by Mr. Menefogllo the same
Pursuant to a verbal request of the
County Sheriff, Henry K. Aki of
Kapaa was duly appointed inspector
of Automobiles for the County of
Kauai upon the motion of Mr. Mene
fogllo seconded by Mr. Brandt.
Pursuant to a communication from
Honorable William C Achl Jr. local
Circuit Judge, the Board upon the
motion of Mr. Brandt seconded by Mr.
Menefoglio, and by unanimous vote,
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appropriated the sum of nine hundred
dollars ($900.00) same to bo paid out
of a,iilable moneys in the Treasury
for the purchase of one Ford Auto
mobile for the use of the Probation
Officpr of the Juvenile Court of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit.
Mr. Brandt for the committee re
ported of having examined the plan
for tho new proposed Makaweli 14
room two-story school building and
that the committee was satisfied that
it Is the building needed and hope
that It could be constructed for tho
amount given by Messrs Ripley &
Davis, Architects, who prepared the
plans. The report was accepted,
and upon the motion of Mr. Brandt
seconded by Mr. Menefogllo, the
Board by unanimous vote authorized
the County Road Supervisors to call
in tenders for the construction of the
building to be filed with the. Board
on or before its next regular business
mooting on August 3, 1921.
A request from J. H. Cummings,
Superintendent of the Kawalhau
Water Works, for a suitable monthly
salary, instead of being paid on a
commission basis was received, but
action on the same was deferred un
til the next regular meeting.
Mr. Mendes moved for the appoint
ment of John Hano, Deputy Sheriff
i of Kawalhau as the Poundmaster for
the Kawaihau District, and being duly
seconded, the motion was carried.
Pursuant to a request by the Coun
ty Road Supervisor Mr. Brandt moved
to appropriate the sum of five hund
red dollars ($500.00) same to be paid
out of available moneys In the Treas
ury for use for Roads & Bridges;
Koloa, Kalaheo section and being sec
onded by Mr. Silva the same was
At 1:00 o'clock p. m. the meeting
adjourned to meet again at the call
of the chair.
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai held its regular
monthly business meeting at Its off
ice as usual on Wednesday July 6,
1921, at 9:00 o'clock a. m.
Present: H. D. Wishard, Lihue,
chairman; T. Brandt, Waimea; J. I.
Silva, Koloa; Fred Mendes, Kawai
hau; A. Menefoglio, Hanalei.
The reading of the minutes of the
last meetings was deferred.
The Board, after examination, ap
proved the several demands submit
ted against the various appropriations
Pursuant to a suggestion from the
County Road Supervisor the chair
man upon the motion of Mr. Mene
foglio seconded by Mr. Brandt was
authorized to countersign upon pre
sentation a demand for laborers' pay
for work performed on the Hanalei
schools, provided the same has been
duly certified to by the official or
contractor who incurred the expense.
The demand, No. 10,202, of J. F.
Bettencourt Jr. for $818.28 for re
funding moneys paid for pipes etc,
for the Kapaa Homestead, 4th Series,
upon the advise of the County Road
rupervisor assisted by a motion from
Mr. Mendes seconded by Mr. Silva,
The report of the Poundmaster of
Lihue for the quarter end! i ? rui e
30tu last was referred to Mr. Mene
foglio for advice.
A requisition on behalf of the High
and Grammar School for supplies and
for necessary repairs to be given the
school was granted, except the follow
(a) 4' excavation under Domes
tic Science room for use as a laun
(b) 6 pencil sharpeners (which
are furnished by the school depart
(c) 3 drinking fountains.
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The combined judgment and experience of a Trust Company's specialists in
estate management prevent the costly errors of an individual's experiments.
The request to paint the teachers'
cottage, inside, was left to tho Coun
ty Road Supervisor, and the white
washing of the fences to be done by
, In this communication however the
County Road Supervisor upon the
motion of Mr. Menefoglio seconded
by Mr. Prnr.dt, find by unanimous
vote, was Instructed to call for ten
ders for furnishing materials, etc.
and for the construction of two new
bungalow schoolrooms for the use
of the High and Grammar School.
The report of the Board of Child
Welfare for the six months ending
June 30th last was received nnd or
dered placed on file.
A request from the Kauai Telephon
ic Co. for permission to cut tho pave
ment In front of the Tip Top building
in Lihue for the purpose of connect
ing Its lines with the switchboard
when located in Its proposed new
office building, promising to repair
the pavement to the satisfactiion of
the County Engineer immediately
after its work is completed, was re
ceived and later approved upon the
recommendation of Mr. Menefogllo to
whom the communication was refer
red to for advice.
A letter dated the 2nd Inst, was re
ceived from Honorable Carlos A.
Long, Assessor Fourth Division, sub
mitting copies of the total assess
ments of all property in this Division
for 1920 and 1921 and-was placed on
Bids for furnishing the County with
1000 bbls. asphalt: two were received
and these were from Union Oil Co of
California, and Standard Oil. Co. and
upon the recommendation of the
County Road Supervisor to whom
they have been referred to for ad
vice and by unanimous vote, the ten
der of the Union Oil Co. of California,
being the lowest, was accepted.
The contract of Henry Wise for the
construction of two teachers' cotta
ges at Hanalei, dated June 4th last,
was approved by the Board and the
chairman, with full authority from
the Board, signed the same in Its be
half. A communication dated the 10th
ult. was received from Hon. F.. E.
Trotter, President Territorial Board
of Health, requesting an appropria
tion of1 two hundred dollars ($200.00)
per month for travelling and other
Incidental expenses of a School Den
tist for the County of Kauai and after
careful consideration of the matter
the request was denied.
Mr. Brandt suggested that the
Board consider reducing the wages
of laborers. Agreed.
Mr. Mendes moved that definite
action on this matter be postponed
until the next meeting but not re
ceiving a second, the chair declared
the motion lost.
The Board went into the consider
ation of appropriations for the curr
ent six months.
Estimates of departmental expen
ses for this period were received as
Wm. Henry Rice, Sheriff; J. Mahl
al Kaneakua, County Clerk; Henry
Blake, County Auditor, and were or
Mr. Brandt moved that each mem
bpr of this Board.be paid for mileage
at the rate of thirty cents ($0.30)
per mile each way, and being second
ed by Mr. Silva the same was carried.
At 12 o'clock noon a recess was
taken for half an hour.
The Board reconvened at 12:39 p.
m. and again occupied itself with the
consideration and passage of appro
priations. Mr. Menefoglio moved that the
road authorities In each district be
limited in. their expenditures for the
current month to a sum not to ex
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
ceed fifteen hundred dollars ($1,500.
00) not Including however the work
now In progress for macadamizing
Niumalu road, and being seconded by
Mr. Brr.ndt the motion carried.
Mr. Silva moved for the appoint
ment of A. J. Caldelra of Kalaheo as
temporary Road luna for the Koloa
District, and being seconded by Mr.
Brandt the motion carried.
A request from Mr. J. ' Von Eke
kela, District Magistrate of Kawal
hau, for supplies for his office was
referred to the Sheriff who was fully
authorized to furnish the supplies
A requisition for painting the three
teachers' cottages of the Llhue Gram
mer School and for other and'' much
needed repairs, also one for supplies
and necessary repairs to be given the
Anahola school, were referred to the
County Road Supervisor with full
power to act in the premises.
The chairman upon his request and
by unanimous vote, was given full
authority to be constantly In touch
with the architect regarding prepar
ation of plans etc, for the Lihue new
A requisition from Miss B. E. L.
Hundley, supervising principal, for
the construction of extra classrooms
and teachers' cottages for the use of
the various schools was, after careful
consideration, unanimously approved
Three class-rooms for Kcpaa.
One class-room for Huleia. i
One bungalow and one teachers'
cottag for Koloa.
One teachers' cottage for Kalaheo. 1
One clpss-room for the use of the '
Junior High School at Waimea.
The County Road Supervisor was
given full authority to call for ten
ders for material etc, and for the ,
construction of the above named
school buildings, bids to be filed with
the Board at Its next regular meeting. 1
A bid from Jack Drew for furnish-!
lngnnd putting on Perennial Window:
Shades in the Makaweli School build-
Ing, efter careful attention given the
matter and by unanimous vote, the'
same was refused. I
The request of J. H. Cummings of'
the Kawaihau Water Works for a '
suitable monthly salary Instead of.
pay on a commission basis was again
brought up for consideration and Mr. j
Mendes was requested to ascertain
from the petitioner what he wished
the Board to do.
A requisition from Geo. S. Ray-,
mond, principal of the Kapaa School, :
for supplies and for necessary re-'
pairs to be given his school was re
ferred to the County Road Supervisor
with full power to act in the prom
ises. A requisition from Edward M. Ka
hale, principal of the Nithau school
for supplies was by unanimous vote
granted and the County Road Super
visor was asked to see that the
needed will be sent to Niihau.
The Board by unanimous vote ap
proved the following appropriations
for the current six months and period
beginning from July 1st, 1921, viz:
Sal. Rd. Supervisor 1,800.00
Pay of Police:
Hanalei 1,680.00 13,080.00
Coroners Inquest 750.00
County Jail 3,500.00
Co. Law Llbrary 25.00
Co. BIdg tan Se'vice 350.00
Co. Lot & Bldg 800.00
Discount & Int. 400.00
District Pounds 100.00
Dist. Courts & Jails:
Child Welf. Board
Exp Auditing books
" Circuit Court
u Juvenile Ct 5th Circuit
" Probation officer
" Exam. Chauffeurs
" Bureau Identification
Sal. Probation officer
Ltv books Cir. Ct. 5th Cir.
Fire Dept. Kapaa
Fire Dept. Waimea
Furn. & office supplies
Kllauea , 300.00
Co. Rd. Super. 1,500.00
License Coll 250.00
Sal. Examiner of Chauf.
Official Bond premium!
Support & Malnt. Prls
Waimea " 500.00
Wehts .4 Measures
Co. Rd. Machinery
Mr. M.tndes on behalf of Jos R.
Agular of Kapaa Homesteads, 4th
Series, requested permission to be
given the latter to lay a concrete pipe
icross the public road and directly
In front of his lot there situated and
!he sr.ms was granted provided he
files a written request before begin-r-inp;
f' wor': wth the assurance that
ihs work shall be done with approval
o? the County Road Supervisor.
Upon anc'nsr verbal request of Mr.
Mondes the Japanese Ccmetarv Asso
ciation of Kealia was permitted to
lay a pipe from the Mahikoa (Geo.
W.) pipeline at Mallehuna, Kapaa
Homesteads, 4th Series, to the Japan
ese cemetary near by.
The bid of F. E. Richardson re
ceived by the Board at its business
meeting held June 1st last, to furnish
a supply of 3 In. redwood Stave
Machine Wound Pipe for the Kalaheo
Water Works, P. I. F., was accepted
upon the motion of Mr. Silva sec
onded by Mr. Menefoglio.
A demand from S. W. Meheula for
$166.95 to refund moneys paid for
pipes etc, for the Kapaa Homesteads
4th Series, upon the advice of the
County Road Supervisor, was ap
Upon the motion of Mr. Menefoglio
seconded by Mr. Silva the County
Road Supervisor, by unanimous vote,
was given full authority to construct
a concrete bridge at Keaki, Koolau,
List of appropriations affected by
the demands epproved and hereinbe
fore referred to:
Co. Jail 42.20
Co. Lot & Bldg. 78.35
Dist. Courts & Jails:
Koloa 6.59 76.59
Official Bond Premiums 266.00
Puukapele Park 30.00
Schools: Furn. & Fixtures 1.00
New Buildings 260.00
Rep. & malnt. bldg & Gds 122.30
School Supplies 12.50
Anahola 3.90 1,025.03
Co, Rd. Machinery
Waimea: Rd tax Spec Depo.
Koloa: Macad. Kukulolono
Rr tax Spec Depo.
Lihue: Macad. Niumalu
Oil; Rd tax Spec Depo.
Rd tax Spec Depo.
Wailua Rock Fill
Anahola Bdg. P. I. F.
Rd tax Spec Depo.
Hanalei: Rd tax Spec Depo.
j Total 3.3S7.83
j At 3:45 p. m. the meeting ailjourn
ed subject to the call of the chair.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
AT CHAMBERS IN DIVORCE
CARRIE JACINTHO. SOUZA, Libel
lant, vs. LOUIS M. SOUZA, Llbel
lee. Notice of Pe Je-c. of Suit
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII
To Louis M. Sou -a
You are hereby notified that the
above-entitled cmuss is now pending
before tho Circuit Court nbi,ve-nam-ed,
wh'Teln Carrie Jacintho Souza
pnys for nn absolu'o divirce from
you upon the ground set out in the
iibel on file, to wit, non-support, and
that said cause has been set down
for trial before the Honorable WM
H im C. Aclii, Jr., Judge of said Court,
nt his Courtroom in Lihue, County of
Kauai, in snld circuit, on Friday, the
9th day of September, A. D. 1921, at
9 o'clock A. M. or as soon thereafter
as the business of said court may per
mit. Dated at Llhue, T. H., June 25, 1921.
BY ORDER OF THE COURT:
(Sgd.) J. C. CI LLEN.
PHILIP L. RICE
Attorney for Llbellant.
June 28; July 5, 12, 19, 26; August 2,
and 9, 1921.
NOTICE OF SALE OF PUBLIC
LAND AT KAPAA, KAUAI
At 10 o'clock A. M. Friday, August
12, 1921, at the front door of the Cap
itol Building, Honolulu, T. H., there
will be sold at Public Auction, to the
highest bidder, pursuant to the Pro
visions of Section 358 of the Revised
Laws of Hawaii of 1915, portion of
public land at Kapaa Town, Kapaa,
Kauai, for Railroad Station Site pur
poses, containing an area of 1.31
acres, more or less.
The said land will be sold subject
to the. following conditions:
1. The purchaser muBt build a
railroad station on the said land with
in five (5) years from the date of
2. If the purchaser shall nt any
time fail to use the said land for rail
road station purposes, the title there
to shall become void and the said
land shall revert to and revest in the
Territory of Hawaii.
3. The purchaser shall pay the
costs of advertising.
Upset price, $2,754.00.
For maps and further particulars
apply at the office of the Sub Land-
Agent, Mr. G. W. Sahr, Lihue, Kauai
or at the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Honolulu, T. H.
C. T. BAILEY,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu. July 7, 1921.
July 12. 19, 26; Aug. 2, 9, lf21.
STATEMENT OF DISSOLUTION OF
THE COPARTNERSHIP OF THE
KAPAA PURCHASING GUILD, of
Kapaa, County of Kauai, T. H., June
To the TREASURER OF THE
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, Honolulu,
THIS IS TO CERTIFY, That on the
or.th .If v tt In. q 1C191 ihn
ship firm of Kapaa Purchasing Guild,
maintaining and carrying on a mer
chandise business at Kapaa, in the
district of Kawaihau, County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, was dis
solved by mutual consent, and in com
pliance with law, the following state
ment is herewith filed.
THAT THE PARTNERS of the
said Co-partnership firm at the date
of dissolution were:
Taketa Miyasato, residing at Kapaa,
S. Talra, residing at Kapaa, Kauai,
Matsu Arasakl, residing at Kapaa,
Matsusuke Miyashiro, residing at
Witness our hands, this 28th day
of June, A. D. 1921:
(8) Taketa Miyasato
(a) S. Talra
(s) Matsu Arasakl
(s) MatsuBuke Miyashiro
TERRITORY OF HAWAII,'
County of Kauai
On this 28th day of June 1921.
before me personally appeared
Taketa Miyasato, S. Talra, Matsu
Arasakl and Matsusuke Miyashiro to
me known to be the persons descri
bed in and who executed the forego
ing instrument, and acknowledged
that they executed the same as their
free act and deed.
(s) M. S. HENRIQUES.
Notary Public, Fifth Judicial Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
July 5, 12, 19, 26, 1921.
Camping outfit consisting of tent,
J ice box, bed, safe, etc. Apply P.
O. Box 26, Llhue tf.