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After roll call and prayer by
Chaplain Kalaiwnn, the Hoard got
down to the transaction of business.
As usual the morning hour was
devoted to the presentation of peti
tions and communications. All the
members were in their scats except
Supervisor Woods of Kohahi who
telephoned that be would arrive
Wednesday night on the Kinau.
h. P. Lincoln forwarded to the
Hoard of Supervisors a petition of
57 signers of South Kons asking
for his appointment as road super
visor for the district.
A communication was received
from County Attorney Williams
giving an opinion as to the right of
Deputy SherifT Rickard of llama
kua to assume control of the court
house and jail property at Hono
kaa. lie states that Deputy Rickard
exceeded his authority when he
took possession of these quarters
since they remain under the control
of the Superintendent of Public
Works. The police badges should
have teen turned over to him, but
such complaints ought properly to
be made to his superior, Sheriff
Keolauui, and not to the Hoard, in
the opinion of the County Attorney.
Attorney General Andrews re
plied to the request of the Hoard to
furnish the County Attorney with
a set of the Hawaiian Reports, and
referred that -official to Chief Justice
Gordon Glore and Fred I. Leslie
of Napoopoo wrote letters endorsing
John Caspar for road supervisor for
A communication was received
from J. W. Keliikoa, deputy sher
riff, asking that J. K. Nahale and
H. L,. Kawehi, police officers res
pectively for North Kona be dis
missed, and rocommeuding that his
son, J. K. Keliikoa and William
Ruka Akimaua be appointed in
their place respectively. Mr. Fer
nandez, moved that the communica
tion be laid on the table and that
the Clerk be instructed to notify
Mr. Keliikoa that he suspend the po
lice officers for disobevance of or
ders, as provided by lhe County
Road Engineer G. H. Gere ad
dressed a communication to the
Hoard making application for the
position of county engineer, the
county to pay one-half of his salary
amounting to $ioo per mouth and
to assume the maintenance of team,
buggy and traveling expenses. The
Supt. of Public Works agrees to
assume the other half of his salary
for the supervision of such Terri
torial work as may be done here
after. The matter was referred to
the Committee on Internal Improve
ments. The Park Board made a written
complaint aeainst II. B. Nalimu.
keeper of Mooheau Park, whom It l1B,lace t0 the public health and a
is alleged is very remiss in the dis-1 disBrace to tlie tow
charge of his duty, seldom being at I Win. J. Wright, Republican Com
his post and so far as the members I mitteeman of South Kona, sent in
of the Park Commission are able to a letter to the Hoard suggesting the
see he neglects the pavilion and division of South Kona into seven
does littl" in the way of keeping districts, having a cantoueer in
the Park in a tidy condition. The charge of the roads of each rcspec-
Committee on Public Health.
A petition of 14 taxpayers and
residents of Puna prayed for an
appropriation for the repair of the
road at 15J4 miles was received.
Forty-nine citizens and voters of
South Kona forwarded a petition
asking for the appointment of II.
John Ahu as road supervisor for
B. N. Kahue, road supervisor for
Notth Hilo, made request for sign
boards over nine bridges in his
Deputy Sheriff Baker, wrote a
letter to the Board suggesting
that the county pay the premium
on the bonds which county officers
are required to furnish. The com
munication was indefinitely post
poned. Thos. E. Cook, road supervisor
for Puna, tendered his resignation,
which was accepted.
W. W. Bruner of Kealakekua,
Kona, wrote in behalf of the ap
pointment of John Gaspar as road
supervisor for the district of South
Kona, stating that he was an effi
cient and capable man and would
be willing to accept the position at
$25 per month. Mr. Gnspar wrote
a letter in his own behalf, making
the same proposition.
M. F. Scott of Holualoa referred
to " the three applicants, viz.: J.
Kaclemakule, D. Alawa and Jacob
Coerper, candidates for the position
of road supervisor of North Kona.
Of the three he said Kaelemakule
knew absolutely nothing about
roads, Alawa has no qualifications
and that Coerper was totally unfit.
Mr. Scott said that the road funds
of the district were very low and
unless expended carefully there
would be no results. He suggested
that the appointment of a road
supervisor be deferred.
J. A. Maguire of Huchue, wrote
a strong letter in behalf of L. S.
Aungst of Holualoa for the posi
tion of road supervisor for North
Kona. Mr. Aungst was willing to
undertake the work gratuitously,
and asked only a nominal sum of
$15 or $20 per month for a book
keeper. Mr. Maguire, who was
formerly on the Kona road board,
heartily recommended this arrange
ment. Otto W. Rose filed an application
for the position of building inspector
for the town of Hilo.
A petition of 64 names ftom
Puna endorsed Herman Elderts for
the position of road supervisor for
that district. G. D. Supe presented
a petition of 49 signers in his behalf
for the same position.
A petition of 39 names of resi
dents of Hilo, was presented pray
ing that steps be taken by the
Board to drain the Waiolama
swamp, which it is alleged is a
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Park Hoard also ask for an appro-
live district. He named for these
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priation for the improvement of positions: Win, kamauoha, Henry
Rainbow Falls Park. , Hotli coin- Haili, Jos. Kaeo, John de Mello, K.
ninnications were referred to the K. Kaaua, Kealakala and Kaale
Committee on Internal Improve- kaht. The communication was re
inents. ferred to the Improvements Com-
Sheriff Keolanui notified the ' mittce.
Hoard that he had ordeted the tel-1 A petition of 53 names prayed
ephone in the Police Station taken 1 tlirxt an appropriation for road rc
out, as it had been found unneces- Par-S South Kona be made, as
bary. ' .follows: Road Ilookena to Kala-
Kdward Kckoa addressed a com-1 ki (mauka) $100; cutting lantaua
j munication to the Hoard making from Kalahiki to Keei (mauka)
complaints against the action of.the $i; " road 35; filling bad
agents of the Hoard of Health in places in cross road from Keei
the treatment of lepers and leper (mauka) to Ilonaunau cross road
suspects, and declaring that those $'5i repairs of half mile of lower
officials had exceeded their autho- "Napoopoo road 100; break down
ritv in handling leprous patients, 't Kahauloa main toad 10.
Upon motion of Fernandez the ' H. J Ahu had ;i petition of
communicatian was referred to tlnji " (CoiithiuuaoTiT'iiue Six.)
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