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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, December 13, 1921, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1921
(Continued from page one)
The Acme of
Grace and Comfort
We are Showing the Strap
Pump With the Low or
High French Heel I n
Black or White Kid or
The instep strap a used with the
over favorite "Dress I'nnip," is
the happiest effect the season has
introduced. It's sung fitting
comfort and graceful French
lines have won the approval of
For Street Wear
the New Sport Shoes
are "The Thing'
They can be had In Oxfords and one
or two-strap Pumps with trimmings in
almost any shade.
1051 Fort Street
J hat your
the maximum power and
the maximum speed it teas
designed to develop.
The refining of Red Crown
gasoline to make a high-quality
motor fuel is based on a thor
ough scientificknowledgeof the
fuel requirements of the auto
These requirements have been
met by the Standard Oil Com
pany out of its years of expe
rience and in accord with a pol
icy of true service in its field.
Look for the Red Crown sign
on garages and service stations.
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
Dealers in General Merchandise
American Factors Paints
AmFac Red Label Coffee
Yale Locks & Hardware
I I s3
gjpLWL & son iS
If Ikf HONOLULU W Si
k$ I I Distributors r
m JL TERRIT0RY 0F HAWAn MM
Y. L. F. Akau $41.1.00
Coney & Morris 283.00
S. B. Ooss 300.00
John Hansen 567.00
Later on the County Road Super
visor, upon reporting, advised the ac
ceptance of the following bids as be-
Jna the lowest, viz:
Material for the Makawell school:
Allen & Robinson's second (2nd) bid.
Material and construction, Kapua
Material: C. B. Hofgaard & Co.
Construction, Coney & Morris.
The Board accepted the advice by
A bid by the Makee Sugar Co., lor
breaking and delivering 6.300 cubic
yards of rock at. $2 per yard which
amounted In all to $12,600 was re
ceived and upon the motion of Mr.
Menefoglio .seconded by Mr. Brandt
the same was accepted.
A bid by the Lihue Plantation Co.
Ltd., for the construction of the Ahu
kinl road, Lihue for $29,400 which
was the only one, upon the advice
of the County Road Supervisor was
accepted by the Board.
The County Road Supervisor upon
the Board's own motion, was given
full authority to ask for tenders to
supply the county with 1000 barrels
The County Road Supervisor pursu
ant to the motion of Mr. Menefoglio
was also given full authority to ask
for bids for furnishing building ma
terial to be used In the construc
tion of the following school buildings.
Kilnuea and Hanamaulu new school
houses, type of which shall be as the
Kalaheo school. )
Hanamaulu teachers' cottage.
Kapaa school shop.
The Board upon the motion of
Mr. Menefoglio seconded by Mr.
Brandt, by vote, unanimously resol
ved to sign an agreement of tenancy
by, and of sale to, the County of
Kauai, of six and one-half acres
(6 1-2) of land at Kilauea for school
purposes, between John D. Spreckles
on one part and the County of Ka
ual on the other part, which was sub
mitted to, the Board. The individual
members of the Board signed the
Several demands .submitted were
approved by the Board against the
several approprfiations listed here'
The Board of its own motion In
structed the Clerk to notify Dr. A.
R. Glaisyer, veterinarian attending
county mules, that his services will
not be required any more after the
end of this year.
A request (P 1987) from John Ke-
kahu, of Waimea, now In the em
ploy of the county as a truck driver,
for an increase of his wages from
$2.40 to $3.20 per day, was referred
to Mr. Brandt and the County Road
Supervisor for advice.
The report (P 1988) of the Coun
ty Road Supervisor for the month
of November just passed was receiv
ed and placed on file. It is as follows:
Fifty barrels of asphalt were re
ceived for this district and patching
was continued during the month.
Rock is needed for further repair
of the road.
Macadamizing. The work on the
Kukuiolono macadam was stopped
about the first of the month, the
road being completed to a point
about 700 feet below Dr. Glaisyer's
100 barrels of asphalt were re
ceived for the road repair and patch
ing on the main road was done between
Lawal and Koloa.
800 feet of 5 Inch wood pipe was
Installed at the Intake of the Koloa
water works-and the line below is
now being cleaned.
A new bungalow class room was
completed on the Koloa school
Patching on the Hanamaulu sec
tion of the main road was resumed
and completed during the first part
of the month.
Patching & repair work was done on
the main road at Nawlllwill and on
parts of the Hulela road.
A 1000 gallon water tank was iiv
stalled at the Huleia school.
The 'cottage of the Lihue gram
mar school was completed.
Work of weeding and planting
grass on the Lihue and Hanamaulu
schools lots continued during the
100 barrels of asphalt were de
livered for repair of roads. Patching
of the road between Kapaa and Ke
alia was completed.
Ten iron trusses were removed
from the homestead lot in the Wai
TT7HEN renewal time
V V comes, equip your car
with Vacuum Cup Fabric or
Cord Tires and forget the
dangers of "skiddy" pavements.
Forget also the disappointing
mileage averages other tires may
have given you. Buy Vacuum
Cup Tires you pay only for
the quality the safety costs
C. B. HOFGAARD & CO., Ltd. Agents, WAIMEA
Repair work was done at the
Kapaa and Anahola schools.
Wailua rock fill: 48 cars of stone
for the Wailua fill were delivered by
the Lihue Plantation Co.,
Under contract an additional 29
cars were placed in the fill.
Patching , of the main road was
carried on at Kilauea and Hanalel
together with ditch cleaning.
A new bungalow class room was
completed at the Haena school.
Keakl Bridge: The abutements
and piers for the new bridge have
been completed and the form work
for the super-structure is now under
construction. Concrete will be plac
ed about the 20th of this month.
The Burvey for the macadamizing
of the Olohena road is now being
Plans for a shop at Kapaa has
Pursuant to a verbal request from
Mr. Silva, the Board upon the mo
tion of Mr. Brandt, seconded by Mr.
Mendes and by unanimous vote, ap
pointed John S. Hipa of Koloa as
superintendent of the Koloa water
works at a salary of seventy-five
($75) per month.
Upon the motion of Mr. Menefoglio
seconded by Mr. Mendes, the sum
of $4,589.84 to be drawn out of
available moneys In the General
Fund and the sum o f$l,402.36 to
be drawn from available moneys in
the Permanent Improvement Fund,
in the treasury. were appropriated, as
additional appropriations, to be used
for the following purposes, to-wit:
Bureau of Identification $120.00
Incidental Rd. Supervisor 263.50
School furniture and fixtures 318.58
New school grounds 2S9.21
School supplies 41.74
Waimea: Puukapele Rd. 663.C2
Kawaihau: Mac. Olohena Rd. 10.80
Oiling roads 968.69
Roads and bridges 730.82
Hanalel: Oiling roads 441.20
Roads and bridges 735.69
Total General Fund $4,589.84
Macadam. Kukuiolono 610.12
Anahola bridge 34.00
Macadam. Koloa 401.40
Wuter works, Kalaheo 221.26
Total Perm. Imp. Fund $1,402.36
Mr. Silva, on behalf of Mr. H. H.
Brodie, principal of the Eleele school
requested the Board for permission
to connect a 34 inch pipe to the
plantation pipe line In the vicinity
and carry it to the school premises.
The request was granted by unani
Upon the motion of Mr. Silva,
duly seconded, the County Road Su
pervisor was instructed to give the
windows of the Eleele school the
necessary repairs they required.
Of the Board's own motion, the
County Road Supervisor was given
full authority to furnish the neces
sary needs and supplies for the
school cottages at Makaweli, Eleele,
Koloa and Anahola..
Pursuant to a request by the
County Treasurer, upon the motion
of Mr. Menefoglio, seconded by Mr.
Silva, and by unanimous vote, the
County Treasurer was fully author
ized to purchased a large 'sized type
writer for the use of his office.
List of appropriations, also am
ounts, affected by the approval of
the demunds hereinabove mention
Salary Co. Rd. Supervisor $300.00
Salary, Asst. Co. Rd. do. 200.00
Pay of police: specials 360.00
Co. Rd. Supervisor 263.50
Official bond premium
Preservation and Importa
tion, game birds
Cottage furniture 1,003.84
Furniture & fixtures 318.58
Janitors salaries 109.75
New buildings 3,084.60
New grounds 301.82
Repairs & maintenance
buildings, etc 1,049.35
Support and maintenance:
Bureau of Identification
Board of Child welfare
Co. Bldg. Janitor Serv.
Co. Lot and building
District court and
Exam, of chauffeurs
Expenses of witnesses
Furniture and office
Co. Road machinery:
Waimea: Puukapele Rd.
Oiling roads 630.30
Tax, special dep. 874.47
Koloa: Macadam. Ku
Tax, special dep. 721.63
Lihue: Macadam Ahu
kini road 14.37
Macadam Niumalu 256.96
Oiling roads 1.129.49
Tax, special dep. 618.75
bridge, P.I.F 34.00
Oiling roads 145.05
Roads and bridges 920.22
Wailua rock fill 168.17
bridge, P.I.F. 3,400.00
Oiling roads 385.20
Roads and bridges 791.68
Grand total $28,315.70
At 1:45 p. m. the meeting adjourn
ed to meet again on the 15th Inst,
at 9:30 a. m.