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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. JULY 10, 1917,
Notice of Sale of
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
July 21st. 1917, nt the front door
of tlie Court House at Kawn.
Kauai, there wi i be sola at ruimc
auction, under section 380 of the
Revised Laws of Hawaii of 1915, a
Central Lease of tlie following
described Government land:
Government remainder at Ka
pan, kuwailiau, Kauai, containing
an area of 71.50 acres, more or
less; upset rental, $180. per an
num, payable semi annually in ad
vance; term of lease, 15 years from
July 21st. 1917.
The purchaser to pay the cost
of advertising. '
Fot maps and further informa
tion, apply dt tlie office of the sub
agent. M:s Beriiice K. L. Hund
ley, k.ipju, Kauai, or at the office
of thv.- Coniui'ssioiK-r of Public
LaniK, Cjpitol Building, Hono
W'ALTEK A. Engle,
Aciing Commissioner of Public
Dated at Honolulu, June 14. 1917.
J u ii..- 19. -'b, Julv 3. 10, 17.
(Continued from page 1.)
K oli m
Cty lid Machinery
aiinea : Oiling .
IMs(lt. T.S. D.) 138.12
IM Tax Spec,
Koloa: IMs & Bdges
Rd Tax .Spec. Deposits
Lihue: Oiling Rds
(R. T. H. D)
IM Tax Spec.
IMs & Bdges
In Thk Circuit Court. Fifth
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii
At Chambers In Probate,
In the Mitter of the Estate
Order for Notice of Hearing Pe
tition for probate of Will.
A document purporting to be
the last Will and Testament of Ger
hardt Brandt, deceased, having on
the 15th dav of June. A. D. 1917,
been presented to said
Court, and a petition for the Prob
ate thereof, and for the Issuance of
Letters Testamentary to Herman
Brandt having been filed by said
It is hereby ordered. That Sat
urday, the 21st. day of July A. D
1917 at 9:30 o'clock A. M. of said
day, at the court room of said
Court, at Lihue. District of Lihue,
County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii be and the same hereby is ap
pointed the time and the place for
proving said Will and hearing said
It is further ordered, That notice
thereof be given, by publication,
once a week for three successive
weeks, in the Garden Island a
newspaper published in said Li'
hue, the last publication to be not
less than ten days previous to the
time therein appointed for hear
Dated at Lihue, Hawaii, Tune
By the Court.
(Seal) D. Wm
IM Tax Spec. Deposits
Haniilei: Rds & Bdges
Rd Tax Spec. Deposits
A report ( P1448 ) from the pound-
master of'Waimea for the quarter
ending June 3()th. last was received
and action on same deferred until
Mr. Menefoglio is present.
After a verbal report from Mr.
Brandt, committee, the board act
ing upon the committee's recom
mendation unanimously voted to
pay premiums on an insurance
which shall not be for more than
820,000.00 and for a term of three
years on the buildings and furni
tures .of the Samuel Mahelona Me
A copy of a letter dated June 14th
last (attached to P. 1304) from the
chairman to Hon. C. II. Wilcox,
regarding the action of the board in
releasing a portion of the land set
Probate aside by Executive Order $40 for a
Attorney for Petitioner.
June 19-26. July 3-10,
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
All persons, firms, or corpora
tions having claims against the Na
tional Guard of Hawaii, incurred
durins the period July 1, 1915, to
June 30, 1917, and still unpaid,
must submit such bills, on proper
forms provided for the purpose, to
The Adjutcnt General's Office,
Honolulu, not later than the 8th
day ot July. 1917. All bills sub
mitted must be properly approved
by the officer incurring the expense.
Attention is invited to the fact
that bills not rece'ived before the
July IS. 1917, can not be paid out
of funds appropriated for the bieu
nial period etiding June 30. 1917,
and must be held up pending ac
tion on them by the 1919 Legisla
SAMUEL I. JOHNSON.
The Adjutant General.
L. W. Redington.
Maj., A. G, Dept., N. G. H
Tune 26-Tuly 3-10.
county farm and sanitorium and
adding same to the Kapaa school
grounds was read by the chair and
placed on file.
A request (P 1449) was received
from Mrs. Wedemeyer which asked
for permission to enclose at her ex
pense a part of the verandah of the
teachers' cottage at Lihue and
wherein she lives and the same was
A requisition (P1449a) for repairs
and improvement of the Hanamau-
lu school cottages was received and
as the work was under way the same
was placed on file
A request (P1449b) was received
from lienry V. Kinney, superin
tendent of Public Instruction to
provide funds for the purchase of
flags for the use of the Kauai public
schools and upon the motion of Mr.
Brandt seconded by Mr. McBryde
the engineer was authorized to pur
chase a supply of flags when neces
Reports (r 1450) on school build
ings for June were received from
Anahola, Eleele, Hanamaulu, Hu
leia, Kalaheo, Kapaa. Kapahi, Kau
ai High, Kekaha, Kilauea, Koloa,
Koolau, Mana, Wailua and Wai-
mea and were placed on file
Financial Reports Nos. 201, 201a,
201aa, and 01b for June were re
ferred to Mr. Brandt for advice.
The legal opinion of the Hon.
Arthur G. Smith, Deputy Attorney
General under date of the 19th. ult
regarding the expenditure of special
school funds was received and plac
ed on file.
r f, ilia) III 1
in in unit uui 1 1($ . iw tuitt , "v..v.
Oiling Roads: Lihue 13.24
Mr. Brandt moved for the appro
priation of the sum of Five hundred
Dollars (8500.00) for roads and
bridges, Niihau and being seconded
hv Mr McBryde the same was car
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Brandt authority
was given the engineer to construct
bungalow buildings for the uses of
the Makaweli school and the Kauai
High & Grammar school, and as
outlined in the letter of the chair
man to Henry W. Kinney, super
intendent of Public Instruction dat
ed June 23rd. last.
A communication dated the 21st
ult from the Kauai Chamber of
Commerce calling the attention of
the Board to the railway crossing
over the main public highway at the
Waimea side of Koloa town as being
a menace to public safety and a nui
sance, was received, and in connec
tion with the matter, upon the mo
tion of Mr. McBryde seconded by
Mr. Brandt, .a committee of three,
consisting of the Chairman and
Messrs. W. D. McBryde ami T.
Brandt, was appointed to interview
the Plantation Companies with a
view of " inducing the latter to put
in cemented railroad crossings,
same to be flush with the road,
every other year.
The report (P 1451) of the Couny
Road Supervisor for the month of
June was received a n d ordered
placed on file. It is as follows:
Waimea District: Work on re
location of the main road at Camp
4, Makaweli, was started; the 4'x
G'x 80' culvert is now about l-A
completed. Sluicing was started on
Koloa District: The principal
work done outside of un-keep Of
main road was on the Shortcut road
which is beinu rounded tin and o-
Lihue District: Oiling of worst
places on main road went on as fast
as the oil could be had. We are
eettine about 50 barrels a week
now. Foundations for the enlarge
ment of the lower Kapaia bridge
(at Ac-hock's) were piepared.
k a waihau District: lhe maca
damizing outfit finished maca
darning at Anahola on June 22nd
and moved to Moloaa where it is
now being set up about half-way
between Thronas' place and Moloaa
gulch. The smaller outfit macada
mized near 1-2 mile during tne
month, but was delayed several
days in order that the men and
teams might do other work. If no
unusual delays occur the macada
mizing in that part of the District
will be completed by Aug. 15th
The concrete bridge at Ihronas'
nloe.fi will be finished tomorrow or
next day. There is nearly enough
stone broken to complete the maca
dam of main road clear through
Kawaihau District; about 300 yards
more to break at Apolo's place on
the Hui land. 500 moie at Waipo-
uli and 500 more for Kapaa-Kealia
section. I estimate that 81500 will
more than pay for all stone break
ing required to finish the main road
after the b.lls of today are paid.
Hanalei District: The usual up
keeD and renair work was carried
Schools: Repairing was done at
Hanamaulu and tho new bungalow
school room at the same place now
estimate that necessary repairs to
all schools will cost about $3000.
After remarks of appreciation by
Mr. Brandt of services rendered by
Mr. Rodrigues the Board of Super
visors of 1915-1917 at 11:45 a. m.
upon the motion of Mr McBryde
seconded by Mr. Brandt, adjourned
its meeting sine die.
For Hire Day or Night
a two-room cottage for the Kekaha
school similiar to the principal's
cottage of the Hanamaulu school,
the expense of same to be paid out
of the General Y und
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Brandt the Board
unanimously voted to rent a build
ing at Hanalei for the use of the
school at that place.
Of tho Board's own motion the
Engineer was given authority to
make an addition to the Lihue
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Brandt the sum of
Seven thousand nine hundred sixty
two and 18-100 dollars (7,902.18)
was appropriated as additional ap-
Dronrialions lor tne nurnoses nam
ed below ami same to be paid out of Lihue, 1. Urandt, ii.sq.,oi waimea,
.... . I - - - m r i T
Meeting of New Board
The Board of Supervisors of 1917-
1919 held its first business meeting
at the office of the Board at 1:30
o'clock p. m. on Monday July
Present: H. D. Wishard, Esq., of
moneys available m the lreasury,
Pay of Police :
being erected. Building of three
bungalow schoolrooms one at Keka-
Upon the motion of Mr. Brandt ha. .one a' Waimea, and one at Ko- h
nded by Mr. McBryde the En- loa 1B, lo
jer was authorized to construct &anrd at a ?0Ht of 0- eac.n-
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Large Stock Auto Tires
Complete Shops for all kinds of
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Support of Prisoners
Rds & Bdges:
W. D. McBryde, Esq., of Koloa, J .
F. Bettencourt, Jr., of Kawaihau.
A. Menefoglio, Esq., of Hanalei
another member on account of ill-
205.00 ness was unable to be present.
The members finding all their
150.00 official bonds approved by the
Honorable Lyle A. Dickey, Judge
of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
403.97 Circuit, and in order, proceeded to
organize tho Board.
Mr. Wishard was unanimously
elected as chairman.
The Board after careful examina
tion of the olficial bonds of the fol-1
lowing County officials approved
them, as follows:
Wm. Henry Itice, Esq., sheriff;
J. Mahiai Kaneakua, clerk; A. G.
Kaulukou, Ksq, treasurer; C.Maser,
Esq., auditor; S. K. Kaeo, Esq.
(Continued on page 4.)
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