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Illi.o, Hawaii, July 7, 190,5.
To lite Chairtuau of the Hoard of Super
visors for the County of Hawaii.
Sir: Your committee nppolntcd to
look Into the matter of the Police Dcpirl
tnent, beg to report as follows:
We find that Win. M. Keolnnul, sheriff,
has wholly disregarded, neglected and
refused and still neglects and refines to
carry out the provisions of Resolution
No, 1 adopted by the Hoard of Super
visors on the 1st day of this mouth,
wherein it was recommended that the
policemen then employed should be re
tained during the mouth of July. Thai
he refuses to issue commissions to any of
the policemen now on the force, and has
instructed them to make no ariests only
ill extreme cases of crime. That ns his
reasons for not carrying out the provisions
of said Resolution No. I, are
Hirst. That the Hoard of Supervisors
did not present him with the names ol
the policemen they wished to have com
Second. That his bondsman and at
torney bad advised him not to issue com
missions to any of the present police force
unless the Hoard of Supervisors would
consider the names of those whom be
wished to appoint.
We, therefore, recommend Hint the
said Win. M. Kcol.tuui, sheriff, be called
before the Hoard of Supervisors and show
cause why the provisions in said resolu
tion have not been carried into effect.
I do not concur in the word "ncg
lccled." W. K. KALAIWAA,
On motion of Supervisor Fernan
dez, seconded by Supervisor Desha,
the report was adopted, and a re
cess taken lo enable Slieriff Keala
ntii to be present in accordance with
the terms of the resolution.
When the Hoard reconvened at
1:30 o'clock, Sheriff Kealanui was
present and being called upon by
Chairman Moir to state his reasons
for not carrying out the provisions
of the first resolution parsed by the
Board, he spoke as follows:
"Mr. Chairman and members ol
the Board of Supervisors As I tun
not allowed to make any recom
mendations ol my appointees for
fear of their not being approved by
tiie Board, I think I will still make
my recommendations and ask the
Board to approve them. As re
gards the second reason, wherein it
Time Table j says my bondsmen threatened me
The steamers of this line will ar-i"1 case l earned out the provisions
rive and leave this port as here- of t,lc resolution passed on Satur-
Telcphonc No. 39.
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Front St., Hn.o, II. I.
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(Continued from l'agc three)
guiding the resolution of the ltoaid
requiting hitu to re-commission nil
police officers for the remainder of
the month of July. The report in
lull is lis follows:
The Chairman Whose drawing I morning to can y out the terms of
the party lines? jthe resolution, and the motion was
1 Ins question of the chairman of 1 unanimously passed.
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day, I have to say that there is no
The Chairman The statement
in the second reason does not say
anything about your bondsmen
threatening you. And do you
mean to say Mr. Keolanui that the
statement in the second reason of
the report of the committee is not
Mr. Keolanui I retract my state
ment as regards to what I said
about the second reason, and beg
the honorable members of this
Board to excuse me. I would ask
the chairman and members of the
Board to give me a chance to make
recommendations of my appointees.
I think if I have my men every
thing will be alright.
The Chairman The second rea
son has not been answered. Is that
a fact or not?
Mr. Keolanui I myself have re
fused to give out commissions.
The Chairman That is not the
point. Is this statement a fact or
Mr. Keolanui I told the com
mittee yesterday that I refused to
carry out the intents of the resolu
tion adopted by the' Board on July
1st of this year.
The Chairman You state whether
it is a fact or ;iot.
Mr. Keolanui I told the com
mittee yesterday that I was not
going to carry out Ihe
1 lie resolution. My reason is that
I know that the Board is trying to
force me to commission men who
will not carry out my orders.
The Chairman Have you ever
instructed any of them and found
that they were not willing to carry
out your instructions?
Mr. Keolanui I have not in
structed any of them at all, because
I know that they will not listen to
The Chairman How do you
Mr. Keolanui Party Hues.
the Board of Supervisors was not j
answered, when Supervisor Fernan
dez arose and interrogated Mr.
Mr. Fernandez Did you not
state to the committee yesterday
that your bondsmen had advised
you not to carry out the intents of
Mr. Keolanui Not yesterday.
Mr. Fernandez Did not the
committee adjourn the meeting for
one or two hours to give you time
to consult with your bondsmen?
Mr. Keolanui To give me time
to think over the matter.
Mr. Fernandez Did you not
state before the committee that your
bondsmen and the attorney of your
bondsmen advised you not to carry
out the intents of the resolution?
And do you mean lo say that the
report of the committee is a false
Mr. Keolanui I told, the com
mittee that I refused to carry out
the intent of the resolution.
Mr. Is this a correct report of
your statements to the committee
Supervisor Fernandez appealed
to the chair to require Sheriff Keo
lanui to answer less evasively,
whereupon the Chairman directed
the witness to answer yes or no.
To each of the questions put by
Supervisor Fernandez, the witness
responded that he had refused to
carry out the intent of the resolu
tion. Finally Chairman Moir ask
ed the witness whether the report
of the committee was corrector not,
directing an affirmative or negative
Mr. Keolanui I think it is not.
Mr. Fernandez Did you not
state before the Committee that
John Baker advised you not to is
sue commissions to the present po
Mr. Keolanui I did not.
Mr. Fernandez Have you heard
of any reason why you should not
carry out the intent of this resolu
tion? Mr. Keolanui I have already
answered that question. The rea
son is I refuse to issue commissions
to men whom I do not know will
carry out my orders. The present
police force have been forced upon
me by the Board.
Mr. Fernandez What do you
mean when you say the Board forc
Mr. Keolanui I mean that the
present Board forces the names of
persons upon me to commission as
Mr. Fernandez Then your idea
is that you armoint and not the
Mr. Keolanui I think I would
leave it to the Board to approve.
Mr. Fernandez You have re
solved not to carry out the terms of
Mr. Keolanui That is my idea.
At this stage of the proceedings,
Supervisor Desha arose and put
several questions to Sheriff Keola
nui, which developed into a neppery
colloquy between the witness and
Mr. Desha. The Chairman inter
fered when the galleries applauded
a sharp retort of Keolanui to one of
Desha's questions, and sharply re
buked the audience, threatening to
clear the room if any further de
monstration of feeling was made.
When asked by Desha why he
refused to obey the resolution, Ke
olanui replied: I do not want my
bondsmen to be responsible in case
police oflkerH do not carry out my
Mr. Desha Who are they?
Mr. Keolanui Mr. Baker and
Mr. Desha Do you say that the
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intents of vr"iw i,,t ."iiiuiik lum-cuung
your instructions to the police not
to make at rests only iu extreme
cases of crime is not correct.
Air. Keolanui I have alroadv 1
given an answer to that question.
I think it is incorrect.
Chairman Moir called upon Su?
pervisors Makuakaneand Kalaiwaa
as to the correctness of their report,
both of whom stated they were
satisfied as to its correctness.
Supervisor Fernandez thereupon
moved that Slieriff Keolanui be
be given until 10 o'clock Monday !
Supervisors Woods and Shipman
dc-ired an opinion of the County
Attorney regarding the powers of
the Board in this matter, and es
pecially with reference to sections
92 mid 93 of the County Act. Fer
nandez moved. to indefinitely post
pone, which was earned by a vote
of 4 to 3, as follows: Ayes Moir,
Desha, Fernandez nnd Makuakane.
Noes Woods, Shipman and Kalai
waa. The recommendations of the Po
lice Committee regarding reduction
in the police force was read and
with slight amendment, carried.
At 4 o'clock p. m. the Board ad
join tied until Saturday morning at
liAW AUAINST MOSSUITOKS.
The Board of Supervisors of San
Mateo, California, has outlawed the
mosquito and declared him a nui
sance subject to abatement under
appropriate pains and penalties.
Any person who harbors or gives
aid or comfort to this marauding
"fowl" becomes guilty of a misde
meanor and may go to jail. The
Section 1. All pools of water or
other places in which mosquitoes
arc being bred are herby declared
to be public nuisances. All health
officers of the county and boards of
health of all cities and towns in the
county arc hereby given authority,
and it is made their duty, upon the
complaint in writing of any resi
dent of the county, or city or town,
to condemn as nuisances all such
pools of water or other places in
which mosquitoes are bred, and or
der the summary abatement there
Section 2. Upon being notified
by such health ofllcers or boards of
health of the existence of such
pools of water or other places iu
which mosquitoes are bred and that
the same has been declared a public
nuisance by said health officers or
boards of health, it shall be the
duty of the person or persons res
ponsible for the maintenance there
of to forthwith abate such nuisance,
and all persons refusing or neglect
ing 10 loruiwiin aoate sucti nui
sance as directed by said health
officers or boards of health shall be
deemed guilty of a misdemeanor
and upon conviction thereof shall
be fined not more than fifty (50)
dollars or be imprisoned in the
county jail not more than twenty-
five (25) days, or by both such fine
Section 3. This 01 finance shall
take effect fifteen days from and af
ter its passage.
The ordnance had its inception in
the San Mateo Board of Trade and
was presented by a joint committee
of that body and the San Mateo
Park Improvement Club.
There has been expended iu the
territory from Sail Mateo to San
Bruno this season about $3,000 in
fighting mosquitoes. The work
has been carried on under the di
rection of Professor Quayle, ento-
moligist of the State University, and
C. M. Morse of this city, a mem
ber of the National Mosquito Kx
tei initiation Society. So effective
has this work been that for the first
time in its history this community
is pratically free from the mosquito
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