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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1316.
(Continued from paste 3)
to the reconstruction of telephone
poles and lines was rend by the
chair, and after some discussion of
the same, the matter was referred
to a committee of throe consisting
of Messrs. W. I). McBryde, T.
Brandt and II. D. Wishard for ad
vice. A request (P 131.8) from L. J.
Mundon, of Kapan, on behalf of
the Kapaa Athletic Club, for per
mission to use the Kapaa baseball
park from the 23rd to the 25th.
inst. both dates inclusive, for hold
ing field and track sports, also a
luau, was received, and the same
Mr. McBryde moved the appro
priation of the sum of six thou
sand, five hundred, ninety-two dol
lars and forty-two cents (80,502.42)
as additional appropriation for the
purposes named Mow, the same to
be naid out of moneys available in
the Treasury, viz:
Incidentals' : County Clerk 75.00
Rep. Seh. Houses & Teachers'
Waterworks: Kekaha 1,350.00
Discount & Interest 312.65
Roads & Bridges: Waimea 350.00
Macadamizing: Kealia 2,100.00
Oiline Roads: Hanalei 25.00
and being seconded by Mr. Brandt,
the same was carried.
Mr Menefoglio moved that the
County road engineer submit at the
next annual meeting to be held on
the 15th. inst. a list and estimate
of the works which may properly
come under his department and
which the County may undertake
to do during the coming year, am
being seconded by Mr. Brandt, the
motion was carried.
At 12 M a recess was taken until
1:30 p. m.
Upon reconvening at 1:30 P M
the Board, after general discussion
of the situation, of its motion and
by unanimous vote appointed the
breakhiR stone for macadamizing
tin1 Kapaa section. Four men are
till breaking stone at Anahola.
In Hanalei: Wainiha bridge re
pairs finished and upkeep work car
Schools: The verandah addition
to the small cottage at Waimea
school was constructed. The car
penters are now at work removing
the Mana teaeherss cottage on the
new lot. A small shed, or garage,
was built at Kapahi school.
WaterWorks: Kapaa waterworks
will be completed this week except
the cement tank at end of wood
pipe near Hundleys. An additional
3 " pipe was laid from the end of
the 5"main at Kapaa Wine Co.'s
place to the cannery; the same 3B
pipe was continued from the can
nery, replacing the former 2" pipe
to and partly along Brondbent's
place at Waipouli. On the last 1000
feet or so of pipe to reach Wailua
school, the former 1" and 4" pipe
was replaced by 114" pipe. The
whole Kapaa system should now
work entirely satisfactorily.
There is enough 2", H'4", 1",
1" and 94" pipe left over at Kapaa
to install a satisfactory water works
at Anahola, work to begin next
Kekaha water pipe is now being
Of the Board's own motion each
of the districts, except Waimea.was
allowed to spend during the current
month for road work a sum not to
exceed seven hundred dollars.
At 2 P. M. the meeting adjourn
ed subject to the call of the chair.
STATUS OF FIGHT
gentlemen named below to act
trustees of the Samuel Mahelona
Memorial Hospital, situated at Ka
paa, they to hold office as follows
G. P. Wilcox, of Kealia, for the
term of (2) years.
J. K. Farley, of Koloa, for the
term of (3) years.
B. D. Baldwin, of Makaweli, for
the term of four (4) years.
Chas. II. Wilcox, of Lihue, for
the term of five (5) years.
Lieutenant Gonser, on behalf of
the 4th Infantry, N. G. II., asked
for permission to build a temporary
drill shed, for the use of the com
panies and men in Lihue, on the
premises in the rear of the County
Building now under lease to the
4th Infantry. After having heard
the Lieutenant and Mr. Hans Isen
berg, and after giving t the matter
its careful consideration, tho re
quest, upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
seconded bv Mr. Brandt, w a s
The report (P. 13(56) of the Coun
ty road supervisor for the month of
November was received and order
ed placed on file. It was as fol
"Road Work: The Mana road
was improved by clearing and sand
ing in worst places and is now in
Koloa and Lihue districts did
patching and cleaning gutters.
in Kawainau a small lorce was
employed widening tin; homestead
road across the plantation dams as
petitioned for by Mr. Cheatam and
others. Hauling of rock for m.-idii-dam
at Kealia to the present crush
er site was completed Dec. 2ml.
A loiai 01 ouiju cunie yards was
hauled, including the 1000 cubic
yards already crushed. The rock is
now in pile at crusher. 5(XM) cubic
yards will complete the road from
the crusher to Kealia bridge, also
al)Oiit H4 miles from the crusher
Aljout 16 men arc employed'
lhat the tuberculosis campaign
has had a legal status since lilll
when laws were passed regarding it
imposing duties on the government ,
the physicians and the patients, i
the text of the latest publicity cam
paign of the anti-tuberculosis bureau
of the board of health. The bureau
feels, that with some exceptions
all the authority necessary to draw
the campaign to a successful con
elusion is now on the statute books
but there is grave ignorance eon
cerning them or else gross careless
neis in observing tlii'in.
Dr L. L. Patterson, director o
the bureau, recently read an ad
dress on this subject before the Ha
waiian Medical Society and it is
probable that it will be followed by
a general enforcement of the stat
The law requires a physician at
tending a ease of tuberculosis to
take all necessary steps to protect
the public, lie must thoroughly
instruct the patient in persona
hygiene and more or less watel
the progress of the case to see that
the prescribed rules are followed
He must report all changes of ad
dress to the board of health and
has other duties in addition. As it
is often impossible for a physician
to do this as his tuberculosis pa
tients are drawn mainly from th
poorer classes and do not come
back for treatment, the bureau ha
established a nursing system to take
over this responsibility.
All cassos o I tuherculosis are
therefore cared for by this system
which has nurses in every district
in the Islands. If a physician wish
es to treat a case confidentially
however, it is only necessary togiv
the board assurance that he will
carry out this rule. The patient
wishing confidential treatment
should help the physician conform
to these rules.
It is also legally required of tl
paueni thai ne nr she report ever
change of residence to the depart
ment. The bureau lays great --tress
on this statute as it is designed to
prevent unknown sources of intVc
t i u n from becoming scattered
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