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tfHK WKKKIV 1IIL0 TRIBUNE, IIII.O, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, AUGUST 8, 1905.
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Permanently Cures Dandruff and
Renders tlic hair soft and glossy;
allays itching, nntl Is cooling nntl
refreshing to the scalp. It is the
only specific Hint will positively
Directions: Rub into the scalp
twice n neck with the ends of the
(infers. When the desired results
arc obtained, use twice n Suonlh.
THE HILO DRUG GO.
Ltd., Solo Agonts
HILO, - - HAWAII
SERRAO LIQUOR G0!
Complete Stock of Finest Table
Wines, lieers, Whiskies, Gins,
Ilraudics and Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
Serrao Mock, Shipman Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
Always on Hnud:
Of Wines, Liquors, Ileers
Mixed Drinks a Specialty
Draught and flottled
lOc Por Class
Telephone No. 7
J. G. SERRAO, - Manager!
FIRST BANK OF HILOfe:::::r::::fi
Incorporated Under the
Territory of Hawaii.
CAPITA I,, $ 200,000.
PEACOCK BLOCK, HILO.
P. PUCK Prenlilent.
C. C. KHNNHDV Vice-' res.
JOHN T. MOIR..iuil Vlce-1'res.
0. A. hTOIIIl! Cmtiier.
A. II. JACKbOK Secretary.
Joint Watt, John J. Grace,
V. S. I.yiumi, II. V. ratten,
Wiu. 1'ulUr, W. II. Shltiiuin.
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SAE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month or Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the No
tional Hoard of I'ire Underwriters. j
A complete stock of
I'ixtures, Shades, Table, Hed and Desk
Lamps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $i5
Fan Motors, swivel frame (8
Sowing Machino Motor 20
Power for operating them (I a mouth
Installation charged extra.
Ultimate!, furnished on all classes of
Ijlcctrical Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete, j
Whllo thin hair find baldness aro
undoslrablo for men, thoy tiro vastly
moro so tor women. Nothing adds
nuiro to tho ndorumeut of women
than rich, heavy, flowing trossos.
Tho hair is too valuable to allow it
to suffer from nogloct. Ho just as
Boon as ynu liotico that your hair is
coining out you should uso
It chocks falling of
tho hair promptly.,
This feature, of Ayor's
Hair Vigor is now
rocognizod as most
markod, and ban
brought to this prep
aration a world-wide,
I011 cannot possi
bly havo a stdondid
hoad of hair whon tho
scalp is covered with
dandruff. Wo urgo
upon all who aro in
any way troublod
S-sS-'wlth dandrutt to bo-
'Jv."3 gin tho uso of Ayor's
Hair Vigor atonco.
Do not ho deceived
lv cheap Imitations which will only
disappoint you. Mako suro you got
AY Elt'S Hair Vigor.
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! For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
HILO MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bridgb St. - Hiu, II . I
Front St., Hh,o, H. I,
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
. Sucking Pigs.
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda June 23
Ventuia July 5
Alameda July 14
Sierra July 26
Alameda August .1
Sonoma August 16
Alameda August 25
Ventura September 6
Alameda September 15
Sierra September 27
Alameda October 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda June 7
Ventura June 13
Alameda June 28
Sierra July 4
Alameda July 19
Sonoma July 25
Alameda August 9
Ventura August 15
Alameda August 30
Sierra September 5
Alameda September 20
Sonoma September 26
Alameda October 11
In connection with the sailing of the
ubove steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
1 froui San Francisco to all points in the
I United States, and from New York by
ati steamship line to all Kuropean ports.
I 1'or further particulars apply to
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General Agents Oceanic S. S. Co.
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
Vational Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
and Coffee Fertilizers
First Laws Passed by County Board Appointment of
Police Oificers Taken Out of Sheriff's Hands July
Salaries Paid and Bills Allowed Road Supervisors
and Poundmasters Chosen.
TUKSDAY, AUGUST I.
When Chairman Moir called the
meeting to order at ten o'clock n.
m. all were present with the ex
ception of of Supervisor Woods,
who hid been detained at his home
in Kohala on business and sent
word that he would arrive Wednes
day afternoon on the Kinati.
After the formal opening of tht
meeting with prayer by Supervisor
Kalaiwna, chaplain, various com
munications were read and referred
to respective committees.
Clerk Pua laid before the Hoard
a communication from C. S. IIol
loway, Superintendent of Public
Works, relating to the care and
custody of the kerosene warehouse
and powder magazine, which he
states remains with Territory.
A repoit was received from Henry
C. Hapai, Registrar of Public Ac-
counti, giving a statement of the
road taxes on deposit with the
Treasurer to the credit of the vari
ous road boards, and which are
now subject to the disposition of
thc Board of Supervisors. The
amounts deposited from April 26th
to June 30th, inclusive, arc as fol
lows: South Hilo, $1,900; North
Hilo, $146; North Kohala, $93;
South Kohala, $474; North Kona,
S505; South Kona, $110; Kau,
988; Hamakua, $2,418; Puna,
S904. Total, $7,238. All amounts
deposited prior to April 26, 1905,
belong to the several road boards,
subject to the order of the Superin
tendent of Public Works.
A communication was received
from County Attorney Williams,
giving a written opinion on tue
question whether the various mem
bers of the Board of Supervisors
could be authorked to take charge
of and supervise the necessary road
repairs in their respective districts
without pay. As a special com
mitteeman appointed by the Board,
says Attorney Williams, each super
visor could act for hisdistrict, expend
money and report to the Board at
its next meeting, such actions to be
subject to the approval of the full
Board. All services or work done
in the exercise of his duties as a
Supervisor must be performed
without extra compensation, the'
salary of each member being fixed
by law. . The opinion was ordered
placed on file. .
Supervisor Fernandez introuced a
petition of 43 voters and tax payers
of North Ililrt praying for the ap
pointment of B. N. Kahui as road
Also application of J. P. Kania
ka, for appointment as Pound
master for Ooma, North Kona.
Supervisor Fernandez introduced
a petition of 156 residents, taxpayers
and citizens of South Hilo, praying
for the appointment of Joseph Vier
ra as road supervisor.
Also a petitions of 51 tax payers
and voters of South Kona, asking
for the appointment of Obed M.
Kckuewa as Captain of police for
Supervisor Desha introduced a
petition of 151 citizens and tax
payers of South Hilo praying that
repairs be made to Front streeet,
Hilo, between the post ofiice and
Waiakea and that the underbrush
on either side of the Volcano road
be cut away from Hilo to the Puna
He also presented a petition from
residents and voters of the county,
asking for an appropriation for the
support of the Hilo baud.
A report was made by Supervisor
Shipman of Kau stating that the
Road Board for his district refused
to turn over its property to himself
or t,he Board of Supervisors without
instructions from the Superinten
dent of Public works; that no im
provements or expenditures for
road work had been made during
the month of July, although the 1
amount of road tax fumls to their'
credit amounts to 5S9S9. He finds
the property of the road board in a
very poor condition and not to ex
ceed a total value of $200. He re
commends the immediate appoint
ment of a road supervisor 'or Kau,
to be paid only when actually em
ployed, and also that an appropria
tion! be made for the purchase of
mules, carts and material for stables.
The report was ordered referred to
the Committee on Internal Improve
ments. A letter from Attorney Harry T.
Mills of Kailua, notifying the Board
that garnishee proceedings had
been brought against John G. Ma
chado, and advising the Board to
hold up the said Machado's salary
until the final disposition of the
case in the Third Circuit Court,
was read, and on motion of Supei-
visor Fernandez ordered returned
to the writer without action.
Chairman Moir presented a peti
tion from the Republican Executive
Committee of the Second Precinct
Club, Olaa, praying for the reten
tion of the present police officers.
A communication was also received
from Deputy Sheriff Mattoou, at
Laupahoehoe, recommending the
appointment of the following police
officers: Captain, 12. K. Simmons;
W. B. Kalino, jailor; J. W. Kekoa,
Papaaloa; D. S. Komia, Houohiiia,
and C. Kaohu, Ookala. He also
suggested that the telephones be
given to the officers free of charge.
Deputy Sheriff Lindsay of South
Kohala submitted for approval his
pay roll of police officers for July,
including James Stevens and J. R.
Laau. All of which were referred
to the Police Committee.
A petition presented by Chair
man Moir, signed by 36 voters of
Hononui, asking for the retention
as a police officer of William Koo
lau, was similarly referred.
Supervisor Shipman presented an
application from A. McAulton of
Hilo, applying for the position of
road supervisor, at a salary of $50
Supervisor Makuakane presented
a petition of 26 names of Olaa, ask
ing for the appointment of G. D.
Supe as road supervisor for Puna.
Road Engineer G. II. Gere ad
dressed a communication to the
Board, staling that he had been
directed by the Superintendent of
Public Works to present the bill for
services of Inspector I). A. I.oeben
stein of the Kahaualea-Kaola road,
for the month of June, amounting
to $104, the Territory being with
out funds to pay the same. The
letter was referred to the Committee
Supervisor Fernandez presented
a report of the live stock, imple
ments, tools and material turned
over to him by the Hamakua road
board, valued at $2,686.
Supervisor Kalaiwaa presented
an itemized statement of the live
stock, tools and property of the
North Kona road board amounting
to $1,274.65, together with a lease
hold interest at Kaumalttmalu,
Kona. Also an inventory of the
properly of the South Kona road
board, amounting to $647.65.
Supervisor Makuakane presented
a list of the property received by
him on behalf of the Board from the
Puna road board, aggregating
$1,484.60. All of the above reports
were place on file.
Supervisor Shipman reported
that J. K. Kekaula, deputy sheriff
of Kau, had filed with him an ap
proved bond, which was referred
to the Committee 011 Bonds for
Supervisor Desha introduced a
resolution authorizing the County
Clerk to employ an assistant, who
shall also act as interpreter for the
Board during its session, which
was referred to the Committee on
Internal Improvements. He also
(Continued 011 Page Six)
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Usher's Celebrated Scotch Whiskey
O. V. C. Special Reserve
The Most Popular in the Islands
Kinderlin's Freebooter Gins
The F.nest Put on the Market
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