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TltH WUKKLV HILO TRIBUNK, 1111,0, HAWAII, TUKSDaV, JULY if, iyoS.
PiK Primo Lager
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I Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well-
I Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A
I Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies
I of the Season ... Open Till Midnight
I WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
I CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
SUPERVISORS AND SHERIFF
ARE AT LOGGERHEADS.
Sheriff Keolanui's Refusal to Re-commission Present
Police Officers Friction at Board Meeting Exam
ination of Keolanui Standing Committees Ap
pointed Quarters Public Improvements.
May have a number
of high sounding names
in it, bul if it is a tonic you get the same
ingredients with a good flavor in
It makes rich, red blood and is liked by
everyone, from baby to grandpa.
RAINIER BOTTILNG WORKS
CctiaiVlll 12,30z. packages
Five packages gratis in each carton.
" Dprf lilt" GRANULATED
lyiA UU 123 0z. Packages
Five packages Duka's Mixture gratis in each carton.
1 23 Ounce Tins
A high grade for pipe smoking.
THEO. II. DAVIES & CO. Ltd.
Ot (iotlieuluirg, Sweden
Assets (Home Office) $71332,063.36
Assets In U. S. (for Additional .Security of American Policy Holders) 656,678.43
Pacific Coast Department : I'.DWARl) J'HOWN & SONS, General Agents
411.413 California St .San l'runel&co.
H. HACKFELD & CO.. Ltd., Rcslclont Agonts, HILO
The second meeting of the Board
of Supervisors, nfter adjournment
Satutday afternoon, was called to
order promptly at 9 o.clock Wed
The minutes of proceedings of
the 1st day of July were read.
Supervisor Antouc Fernandez
moved that the minutes of proceed
ings of the 1st day of July be' ap
proved. Supervisor W. M. Kalniwaa
strenuously objected to the adop
tion of the minutes as he not being
proficient in the use of the F.nglish
language he wished the minutes
translated by an Interpreter. He
also objected to the minutes being so
lengthy and asked that they be
shortened, so as not to waste more
paper. He then statf d that a com
mittee be appointed to look over
the minutesand have them short
ened and corrected. Whereupon
Supervisor Antouc Fernandez In
terrogated Kalnnvna as to the cor
rection he proposed to make. Ka-
tatwaa replied mat me clause per
taining to I,eBlond be stricken out
from the record.
Whereupon the Chair ordered
the minutes approved.
Supervisor Antouc Fernandez
asked to be excused from acting
as interpreter for the Hoard, and
upon request of the chair, the name
of David Ewaliko and Norman K.
Lyman were proposed, the latter
being selected to act in that capa
city. The Committee on accommoda
tions for county officials reported,
1. Arrangements have been
made whereby the Board can se
cure a room 111 the Peacock Block
on the first floor facing Bridge St.
for a monthly rental of $30 the
Board to assume all expenses of
putting the accommodations in
2. The owners will uut in ?n:n
Whereupon the chair ordered that
a recess of fifteen minutes be taken
by the Board in order to give him
time to select members for the dif
ferent standing committees.
On reconvening after a recess of
fifteen minutes, the chair thereupon
announced members of standing
committees in accordance with the
rules as follows: '
Committee on Finance and Pub
lic Expenditures Messrs. O. T.
Shipmau, S. I.. Desha and D. K.
Committee on Internal Improve
mentsMessrs. J. F. Woods, D.
K. Makuakanc and Antone For-
Committee on Police Messrs. A.
Fernandez, W. M. Kalaiwaa and
D. K. Makuakanc.
Committee on Rules Messrs. S.
L. Desha, O. T. Shipman and D.
Committee on Seal Supervisor
Antone Fernandez moved that a
committee of one be appointed by
the chair to design for a seal.
Seconded by Supervisor J. F. Woods
and carried. Whereupon the chair
appointed Supervisor S. Iy. Desha
as such committee.
Supervisor S. L,. Desha moved
that the committee on Internal Im
provements be empowered and
authorized to attend to the matter
of building for the use of Countv
officers and also to attend to the
matter of purchasing office furniture
for the use of the said Countv
officers. He also moved that tho
chair be instructed to work in con
junction with the said committee.
Seconded by Supervisor W. M. Ka
laiwaa and carried.
At this juncture, the chair an
nounced that nothing had officially
been done concerning the transfer
of the police department to the
county, whereupon Sheriff Searle,
who was present, stated that he had
received the following wireless mes-
jSJ tST t rv v v v ?? ryv vvvtOk
Wc have opened a choice lot, such as :
Carved Swiss Woodwork
Italian Statuettes, Busts, Vases, etc.
German Music Boxes
" Steins "
Japanese Fancy Goods
.Satsuma Ware, Vases, Cloisonne Ware
A new shipment of the favorites of Hiln
smokers just to hand :
" La Plontn
" El Belmont " Needles, Perfcctos, etc.
Call on us and inspect them.
II. Hackfeld & Co.
Waiaiiuenue Street, Hilo.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
worth ot improvements and put the I sage from HiRh siicrifT Henry at
room in shape with proper depart- Honolulu:
lUCIItS, for which it asks a monthly I Sheriff Searlo-T.m, vnr ,iM.,
rental of $37.50. I respective jailors. New commissions for-
Your committee finds that wanlei1 y I,ex' "":'' Revoke all police
this room when put into shape will
meet with all requirements and
unanimously recommend that the
Board accept these rooms at a
monthly rental of $37.50.
The report was signed by Super
visors Desha, Woods and Fcrnan
commissions at 12 p.m., May toth. ex
cept jailors. Police property to be turned
over to county subject to my revocation.
(Signed) HIGH SHKRII'P.
In pursuance of this telegram,
Mr. Searle said he had revoked all
police commissions and was pre
pared to turn over to the Super
dez, but upon motion of Supervisor visors all property belonging to the
J Shipman, the consideration of the Police Department under his con-
I report was dclerred until after con-' trol. Chairman Moir was selected
sideration of the report of the Com- jas a committee to make an inven-
mittee 011 Rules, which was then 'tory of and nive a receint on Imlinll
,, , ......
Upon motion of Supervisor Fer
nandez, the Board resolved itself in-
of the county, for all property in
the hands of Sheriff Searle.
Chairman Moir proceeded to read
- " i ' -i..i.v.
to a Committee of the Whole to con- a communication from Superinten
siderthe voluminous report of the 'dent C. S. Holloway, of the Public
Committee on Rules, which was Works Department, relative to the
done. The Rules and Hy-Iyavs were 1 transfer of the live stock and equip
then considered section by section, '"cut belonging to the various road
and with various amendments were , boards of the island. Upon motion
adopted by the full Board, without : of Supervisor Woods, each Super
objection, 'visor was authorized to receive and
Supervisor Fernandez moved feceiPt for the property of the var
that the Rules ami By-I.aws as io"s roai1 boards i tljcir respective
adopted be printed in Knglish and districts.
tTnwnii'in mwl llint ur..n. .,:.. I... Oil UlOtloil of Slinpririenr T.'nt-nnn-
furnished to the Board. By amend- dcz tlie County Clerk and County
mem 01 supervisor Deslia the num- "luiy
her was increased to fifty copies,
and finally fixed at twelve copies,
and the clerk was instructed to pro
vide the same.
The bonds of David K. Baker, ' P '" until 1 1 o'clock Friday mom
deputy .sheriff of South Kona and ,'"B
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
ytaio cxuiu&ivciy ,oy tlie
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
Whcu purchasing be sure that in addition to the brand
the name of the California Fertilizer Works is on every
sack, otherwise you will not be getting tl,c genuine article.
A large stock of our Diamond A and our
XX HIGH-GRADE FERTILIZER
Is kept constantly on hand and for sale at San Francisco'
prices, plus only freight and actual expenses,
By Our Hilo Agents,
L. TURNER CO,
were directed to draft a
form of an appropriation bill to be
submitted to the Board of Super
visors for action thereon. The
supervisors men acijourneu at 4:15
of J. K. Kekaula, deputy sheriff of
Kau, were considered and approved,
Proceeding under the new rules,
I'RIDAY, JULY 7TH.
At the morning session of the
Board of Supervisors, aside from
other officers of the Board were sc- the filing of a number of memorials
lected as follows: Vice chairman. 1 and netitlons ask in it fnr n.,.nn.
o "w "I
J. I. Woods; chaplain, W. M. Ka
laiwaa; interpreter, Norman K.
Proceeding in the order of busi
ness, it was voted that the chair
proceed to the appointment of the
members of standing committees.
pointmcnt of various persons for
county positions, little was accom
plished. Supervisor Fernandez from the
committee on police made a report
on SherifT Kealauui's attitude re-
(Continued ou laje I'our)
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. MJCAS & CO., 1'rop'rs.
WAIAKKA BRIDGK, 1111,0
HAVK NOW A VLKUT OV
and Small Boats
l'OR PUBLIC HIRK
assenjjers mid lae.gn;c taken to nnd
from vessels in tlie lmrbor nt rensoimblp
rates. Launches and rowbo.its m liin.
lor private picnics nud moonlii'lit rides.
RING UP ON TEIJJPIIONI?
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Self-starter nd reversible cii;ine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en
Elne. Sizes from I h. p. upwards.
Boa,ts fitted with this engine or frames 01
any sUc to order. I'or particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS 'MnuaRcr
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Scissors and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Second Door Above l)euios.ihenes' Cufe
Wharf Road. .Second Door
Prom the Bridge.
SCOTCH AND AMERICAN WHISKIES
Draught and Bottled Beer
Subscribe for the Tkiiiunk
Island subscription $2.50 a year.
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