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Beach Park Transfer
SUPERVISORS DO BIG BUSINESS
The County Supervisors met last of Oahu County for the sum of 80b0
evening, passed the automobile regula-' payable to H. E. Cooper as attorney-
in-iact ior Auoipn juiius uactcke, solo
heir and legatee of Oustave Kunst, de
ceased, on account of the purchase of
the Kunst property In KaplolJnl Park,
bald warrant to be held In escrow by
tho Bank of Hawaii and not Jo be paid
lo said Henry E. Cooper until tho cxe-
ho Commlttco on ways anu weans tuon and arrival and delivery of the
orted, recommondlng Increases In 'assignment of .the lease, said assign
ment 10 oe executed by Adolph Julius
. No. 197 No. 83? No. 283
Price $1.00 Price $1.50 Price $2.75
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CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA 8TREET8.
tlon ordinance, arranged for the pay'
ment of $18,000 for the Kunst property
at Walklkl, awarded road machinery
bids, raised clerks' salaries, considered
tho employment of an engineer and oth
erwise kept busy for over three hours.
Clerks' 8alarles Railed.
Tho Commlttco on Ways and Means
tho salaries ot county employes, as fol
Ofllco of County Attorney: Patrick
Sllva, clerk, $76 to $100. II. T. I-akc,
criminologist, $75 to $100.
Office of County Clerk: Eugene But-
fandeau, clerk, $100 to $120. Joseph
Aea, $75 to $35. Chris Lewis, messen
per. $20 to $30.
OITlco of County Auditor: Sol. Ma
liclona, clerk, $100 to $120.
Office of County Treasurer: M. O.
K. Hopkins. $100 to $120.
Tho total Incrcaso amounted to $133
per month. Lucas said ho'il like a lit
tle explanation from the committee as
to tho "boost" In the salary oi me
Uactcke In his representative and In
It was further resolved that said war
rant shall not be paid to said Henry
K. Cooper until tho agreement dated
January 8, between Henry E. Cooper
and II. V, I.owls for the purchase of
raid leasehold Interest, shall have been
canceled and nnnullcd and further that
tho agreement dated Jnnuary 8, be
tween II. F. Lewis and Geo. P. Tlilelen
for tho purchase of said leasehold In
tercst shall have been canceled and
It was also resolved that said war
rant shall not bo paid to said Henry E.
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ciorK in me wjumy insurer. uiuv. . cooper, until tho Supervisors of tho
ur ;" bw ir.ii ul """"""""'-County of 0ami gnilll havo hetn ,at(.
would bo less work -now n Uie Trcas-1 fied ,hat lhe n nn(, , .. .
urcrs omce ana more in me Auuuur.. hol(, ln,crclt hcren rcferreiI to ,, freo
i. ..... .... u. ,.. ana clear of all incumbrances and do'
Mooro raid the commlttco had eou-ijcctg
Wilted tho head of each department. pum'b)n. rteaulatlona.
i"DZJ"unl. S,'i " tXKJI The plumbing regulation ordinance
mi? x . n.r,,r;h. Vim w.v.p" " ?y
iltlon. If the Board thought $120 was
tnough for Mr. Hopkins, tho Commit
tee, as far as Mooro was concerned,
was satisfied. He thought tho proposed
Adams said tho plumbers whom he
had seen objected to. the ordlnanco.
"But that's nothing yet," said Adams.
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i .t- oi .... m ... t,r.l-wufo "'u me nraiuvui ui mo uoaru
mines in mib win wmi.- ""- tl-.i.i. .t. .t... .1.. l.l ..
ounhly dcervel. Tho Auditor might-" """!!'" """:.."'" v,ul " uu" .".'
have to get another clerk,
i tho ordlnanco would conflict with
A.i.-r ....,. i ,.u tn ) nn,l preaeni uoaru oi iicaun regulations
.. hnw ., ..ir..work wm irolnir to'Tho President was considering this
be distributed. Another clerk might
be needed for the Auditor.
Archer thought cashiers In business
offices in town got $200 or $250 per
month. It was only right that the
Treasurer's clerk, handling cash,
should bo raised.
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raliwd to take effect as ot the first of'
matter. All this would come up on
Auto Ordinance Passed.
The automobile ordinance came up
for third reading. Oerrlt Wilder was
present and stated that the auto club
had not yet been formed, so could not
tppear with suggestions.
Lucas thought they wcro slower
January. He moved that the report of
tho Committee be adopted.
Sometime last week, said Pacle, he
had over $400 of road district money
to pay out, but tho clerk In the Treas
urer's department was unnblo to at
tend to tho matter until the afternoon.
AQams raia u racie naa raueu on mo
Treasurer himself his wants
have been attended to,
"than the second coming of tho Gos
pels," He moved tho third passage be
deferred, that tho autolsts be given
time. Wilder suggested that tho ordi
nance be not deferred. Certain amend
ments to tho ordlnanco as originally
presented had been submitted: If fur
ther amendments wcro desired at any
would . time a delegation of autolsts could
wait on tho Board to that end. The
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The Ways and Means Committee's ordlnanco was passed.
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lejnjlb wus uuuiuvu. uu u iuii iui tuo gijr Diurm ocwor.
Question, Adams alone voting against
Beach Park Purchase.
Lucas, reporting for tho Roads,
Bridges and Parks'Commlttee, on the
matter of the purchase of tho Kunst
Walklkl property for a beach park, to
tho effect that before the deal could be
really consummated . papers would
have to ho to and return from Qermany
for the signatures of tho executors otj
mo win or mo late uusiav nunsi, iiar-
I rj Lewis, who had a lease for one year
on tho property, was wining to ie
housed elsewhere, until he was accom
modated eleewhero ho was willing that
the Board Bhould proceed with any Im
provements contemplated In regard to
tho property, leaving him undisturbed
for tho present In the matter of his oc
cupancy of the cottago on tho prem
ises and his use of the stables.
Lucas said that the County Attorney
would explain tho legal aspect of tho
business, Douthltt stated that no
money bad changed hands In tho sev
eral transfers of tho Kunst property.
In fact the transfers had not been con
summated.' It would therefore bo
simpler, and bis rccommondatlon, that J
the transrer be arranged direct from
the Kunst estate executors lo the Coun
ty of Oahu. He recommended that a
warrant be drawn Immediately by tho
Board for tho purchase price and
nl&ced In ewro that thn mnnev Iia nnt
vcttmllv nalil until thn transfer from i ties.
he Kunst estate to Lowls and from If circumstances will permit of a
Lowla to Thlelen were disposed of and further Incrcaso in tho efficiency of
that when the warrant was cashed It tho department, tho Chief recommends
should be paid to II. E. Cooper, attor- tho establishment of one or more two-
ney In fact for Julius Baotcke, solo ex
ecutor under tho will of Kunst.
County Attorney Douthltt having re
tired to draw up the resolutions, it was
tesolved that tho Auditor bo directed
to draw a warrant upon the Treasurer
horse combination chemical and Iioio
wagons as per estimates submitted De
cember 18 and already reported.
Where's Jack Lane?
Residents of Jack Lane (Jack Lucas
.wanted to know where It was) asked
for arc lights. Referred to the appro
Territorial Treasurer Campbell sent
along bond covering J. ABtng, $1,000,
,is road overseer, with tho U. S. Kldcl
Ity and Guaranty Co.
N. S. Sachs called attention to the
widening ot Bcretanla street between
Fort and Nuuanu. Half was widened
tome time ago and the balance was
left and Is very unsightly. Thcro is
no sidewalk. Action at an early data
Secretary II. P. Wood of tho Hawaii
Promotion Commlttco sent In a com
munication from tho Honolulu Improvo
ment Committee, advisory board, to
the Promotion Committee. Favorable
consideration was asked.
The liosululu improvement com
mittee recommends that cocos plumo-
sa bo planted In tho center of Walklkl
road from King street to Makec Island
at Intervals of 30 feet npart, each treo
to be guarded; that latanla borbonlca
be planted along both sides of Walklkl
road, distanced as the cocos ptumosa.
placed no as to altcrnato with tbo lat
ter; that Pcnsacola street from Bcre
tanla to the Pound, bo lined with gold'
en shower; mat there exists an ox'
rellent opportunity to develop tho Cap
itol grounds as a park and a public
garden; that attention be given tho Ju
dlclary building grounds, especially
the former site of the road board sta
bles and tho portion bordering Queen
ttreet; 'a disgrace to tho town."
Lucas didn't like to find fault, but
peo. Nawakoa, Bwa road overseer, wai
not only drawing $100 from the County
as road overseer, but be had the Im
pudence to also draw $100 from the
roaa uoaru mere, tsomo strenuous ac
tlon should be taken.
Archer. Supervisor from that dl
trlct, know nothing of It.
Adams thought there might bo exten
uating circumstances and some simi
larity to the caso of Sam Johnson, who
until recently had received $200 from
tho Territory and $50 from tho Coun'
Lucas said tbo Johnson matter bad
been open and above board, but Na
wakoa had received two salaries with
out any ot the Board knowing any
thing about It.
Geo. Nawakoa stated that ho bad
been In tho cmDlor ot tho road board
beforo employed by the County. Ha
had had all tho caro of the road board
property, nono of which had been turn
cd over to tho County. He kept the
tlmo for tho board and did all work
required. No notlco had been receiv
ed In regard to the transfer of prop
erty to the County. The Chair thought
that an Inventory should bo demanded
en' tho Kwa road board. The fault, if
any, seemed to bo with tho Ewa road
The following resolution was receiv
ed from tho Republican County Exec
utive Commlttco: "Tho "Executive
Committee of tho Republican party for
tho County of Oahu unanimously op-
nrovo and endorso the out ot the Board
ot Supervisors In purchasing the
Kunst property at Walklkl for tbo ben
cflt of tho public."
The Territorial Hotel Company, by
Alex. Young, asked permission, since
Walklkl road Is to bo reconstructed, to
lay a main conduit across tho road be-
Moore had something to Bay about
tho sewers. He understood that storm
sowera had been turned over to tho
County. This would be an expense
He did not remember that this trans
Icr had ever como before the Board
They had been turned oer to tho
County without a wprd. .
"Don't you know the Territory Is
poor?" asked Lucas.
"No, I don't. They get half tho mon
n t .nldl ffAA Mli Ala nil litn vta '
Mooro v.as delegated to investigate wcel ") sloani 'eI ,Bml tho power
the matter, as chairman of tho Sanlta- I'0"8, thus preventing future disturb-
lion Committee. i6nS of , . r? . ,V, , ,. ,.r . ,. i
Fire Chief's Advice I Superintendent of Public Works Hoi
A communication from Flro Chief lway "" to say that In 188? the
Thurston was read and referred to the Territory acquired property mauka of
Flro Department Commlttco. Refer- King street for tho widening of Bcthc
ring to his mainland tour of InVcstlgu- '' The street leaves a 10-foot
n .i ..,n. ii, rMf .ni.i. ! hnv ttrln Inside of tho sidewalk. Adjoin-
seen nothing to lower my former good lnB property owners desired to pur
opinion of this department. I would chaso the strip. Holloway wanted tho
lccommend for its Improvement: Ro- "!"'"" " " '. """ -"".
building station, Maunakea and Paua- Referred to Roads and urldges com-
hi street, for Engine Co. No. 1, now at tnltteo,
central. $10,000. Commlsslonlne of To Employ Engineer.
Ilool: and Ladder Truck No. 1, equip- Adams thought It was tlmo tho
ment and one year's maintenance $10.. Board employed an engineer, a man
160. This truck would be located at of technical knowlcdgo, an executive
central. Extension of alarm Bystom. officer In all matters requiring specific
(0 more boxes, $10,000. Purcbaso of planning and detail In regard to road
1200 feet hose. $C00. and bridge work. Tbo Chair thought
Tho Chief considers tbo abovo rco- It a good Idea. Other members favor-
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tho Road Committee look up such an
A note from tho Public Works In
formed the Board that It was under-
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