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TIIK WEEKLY 1III.0 TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 18, 1905.
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ADJOURNS TO AUGUST.
A Deluge of Petitions Job Chasers Sheriff Keolanui's
Appointees Rejected Estimated Income and Ex
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SATUKDAY, Jl'I.Y STlt.
The Hoard of Supervisors lmvc
received numerous petitions nnd
requests for various positions under
the county administration. As
received the petitions nre presented
to the Hoard and referred to the va
rious .sub-committees having jurisdiction.
Supervisor Fernandez presented
n petition of 51 names from citizens
of Hamnktia, asking for the ap
pointment of John Kcliipileolc as
captain of police, Jose Perez, Jr.
jailor, and the following police of
ficers: K. M. Kealoha, Kukuilinele;
Marseline, Houokaa; Nahuna, Pa
auilo; and Edwin Thomas as road
supervisor of the district.
Supervisor Kalaiwaa presented a
petition signed by a committee of
the Home Rule-Democratic party
at Kailua, consisting of John N.
Kapalm, David Alawa and J. W.
Keliipoa nnd J. K. Aipia, asking
for the following appointments:
For captain, John Makahalupa,
jailor, John Lincoln, policemen, J.
II. Wahinekapu, J. K. Aipia, Chas.
Waihinano, Bcnj. Kahulamu, John
Kealoha and Jos. N. Komomua as
sheriff's clerk. For assistant to
County clerk, II. P. K. Malulani;
for clerk Auditor's office, John Ka
kae; clerk Treasurer's office, Henry
Haili, Jr.; road supervisor, David
Supervisor Kaliawaa also present
ed a communication signed by J.
W. H. L. Kihe, secretary and J.
N. Kapahu, chairman, asking for
the appointment of the following
assistant road supervisors: J. W.
I. Kihe, from Puuahulu to Iluehue;
D. Kaahui from Huehue o Lelia
keha; I,. K. Kupihc from George
Clark's to Kailua; Jonah Keaue
from Lanihou to Holualoa; J. K.
Peahi from Holualoa to Laaloa; J.
W. Lciivi from Laaloa to Keahou;
G. V. C. Kaaona from Keahou to
Kanaueue; J. K. Hoomainoino.
Supervisonr Kalaiwaa also pres
ented a petition of 92 names of ci
tizens of South Kona, asking for
the appointment of Joseph Holi of
Papa, as road supervisor.
S. I. Desha presented the appli
cation of Joseph Vierra for reap
pointment as road supervisor for
the District of South Hilo.
Supervisor Shipman presented a
report of the Finance Committee
showing the monthly revenue of
the county to be approximately
?7i39-94 mid the expenditures, in
cluding salaries and expenses of
police i53.963.32, leaving a monthly
balance of $3,079.62. The com
mittee recommended economy in
the administration of the county
affairs and recommended that no
road supervisors be appointed at
present but that each Supervisor be
authorized to look after the road
work of the respective districts. To
this Supervisor Makuakane object
ed, but when it was explained that
this arrangement was intended only
for the month of July, he with
drew his objection. On motion of
Supervisor Fernandez the County
Attorney was requested to submit
an opinion on the legality of such
Under a suspension of the rules,
petition of 61 voters of Hilo pray
ing for the appointment of Henry
West as road supervisor for South
Also an application from B. H.
Brown Jr. for retention as janitor
of Fireman's Hall.
Also a petition of 28 signers in
favor of Thos. K. Cook for 1 oad
supervisor of South Hilo.
Also a petition of 29 voters of
South Kona in behalf of Enoch K.
Kaaua as a police officer of that
Another of 73 residents in behalf
of H. John Aim for road supervisor
of South Kona.
Chairman Moir presents applica
tion from Walter Haysclden for the
position of road supervisor for Kau.
Supervisor Woods presented a
petition from South Kona asking
for the appointment of James Ho
lamiku Kaua Keawehaku for road
Also a petition of 115 voters of
North Kohala in behalf of John G.
Lewis as road supervisor.
Also a petition of 31 residents of
South Kohala in behalf of John K.
Lanakila as road supervisor for that
Supervisor Desha reported on
a seal for the County, bearing on
the outer edge the words "County
of Hawaii" and "Territory of Ha
waii." In the center there is a
picture of Cocoanut Island, having
eight cocoanut trees and eight rays
of the sun, representing the eight
islands of the group. The motto is
"Ola 11a moku", a translation of
which means "The islands pros
per". Receipts signed by each member
of the Board were given the Super
intendent of Public Works for all
road board property.
The audience was excused on
motion of Desha while the Board
proceeded to discuss the further re
fusal of Sheriff Keolauui and the
opinion of County Attorney Wil
liams which appeared in full in the
Triuunh last week. The Board
by a vote of 4 to 3, refused to ap
prove all appointments made by the
Supervisor Shipman presented a
communication from Sheriff Keola
uui addressed to the Finance Com
mittee asking for a monthly appro
priation of $300 for the expenses of
the Police Department. Desha
moved that the request be denied,
but on motion of Supervisor Woods
the communication was referred to
the Finance Committee for a report.
Desha moved that the garbage
system be continued for the month
of July on the same terms. Carried.
Fernandez moved that the Coun
ty pay for all police telephones for
the month of July, bills to be ap
proved by the deputy sheriffs of
the respective districts.
The clerk was directed to notify
the managers of the various tele
phone companies furnishing service
to the police department for the
month of July to render bills pro
perly approved by the deputy sher
iff of the respective districts and
We have opened a choice lot, such as :
Carved Swiss Woodwork
Italian Statuettes, Busts, Vases, etc.
German Music Boxes
Japanese Fancy Goods
Satsuma Ware, Vases, Cloisonne Ware
A new shipment of the favorites of Hilo
smokers just to hand:
" La Plouta
" El Belmont " Needles, Pcrfectos, etc.
" Cremo "
Call on us and inspect them.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Waianuenue Street, Hilo.
the same would be paid.
Before adjournment, Treasurer
Lalakea was directed to turn over
Supervisor Shipman moved that the , ,,c mcial honds of County officers
Treasurer be authorized to present in 1,is hands for approval by the
for discount at the First Bank of 1 Credentials Committee. Adjourn-
Hilotd. the county warrant for
the month of July. Seconded by
Supervisor Woods and carried.
Owing to its informality, the
bond of J. W. Keliikoa, deputy
sheriff of North Kona was returned
to that official
ed 4:40 p. m.
TUKSDAY, JULY IITH.
The Board was deluged with pe
titions today, as follows:
Supervisor Desha presented a
petition of 19 names ol North Hilo
and he was given ; asking for the appointment of the
to furnish a new I following persons: For police cap-
and valid bond. Adjournment was tain, Win. Laeha; jailor, Watson
then taken until Monday.
MONDAY, JUI.Y IOTII.
On reconvening, Monday morn
ing n large number of petitions
Supervisor Desha presented a
Nakakuelua; policemen, D. K. Ho
okano and Solomon Konia.
L. P. Lincoln, deputy tax asses
sor and collector of Ilookena, South
Kona, makes application for the
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