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TIIK WEEKLY HIT..0 TRIBUNE, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 190.?.
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Comfortable Rooms ... Hot and Cold Baths ... A Well
Stocked Buffet ... Mixed Drinks and Fine Wines ... A
Cold Storage Plant on premises with all the Delicacies
of the Season ... Open Till Midnight
WAIANUENUE STREET, HILO
CUISINE UNEXCELLED FIRST-CLASS SERVICE
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
IN ORDER TO CLEAR
OUT OUR STOCK OF
lib Tins of Soups
we offer them at a very low price.
Though the price might indicate
that the goods are not in good
condition, such is not the case.
Our guarantee goes with every
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO. Ltd.
Kaumana Real Estate
THREE MILES FROM POST OFFICE
A SPLENDID opportunity is offered to buy 82.3
ACRES of Land, on the Kaumana Road, suitable
FOR RESIDENCE OR FARMING PURROSES,
with THE FINEST VIEW of any suburban site.
FINE LAND FOR GRAPES
Three Acres Grape Laud (in Bearing). One Acre in
Vegetables. Orange, Peach and other Frujt Trees.
All Fenced. Good Soil. Six-Room Dwelling, Kitchen
and Stable. PRICE, $10,000, EASY TERMS
J. C. Serrao,
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For the Stowacli's pake
.in occasional glass of beer
is very good. It is a well
established fact that
contains corrective and tonic
qualities which make it in
valuable to the run -down
system . . . Apart from its
medicinal properties Primo
is an ideal beverage, well
suited to the requirements
of this climate.
Neckwear in great variety and
the newest patterns.
Wide and Narrow Four-in- J
Hands. ; 4
Club Tics and Bows. .
Wash Four-in-Hands. J
Ties for Full Dress.
Silk Suspenders (President.) 2
Linen Handkerchiefs in neat 4
boxes, -dozen in box. !
Excellent Styles in Negligee
Shirts, sizes 14 to 17.
PASS POLICE PAYROLLS.
County Attorney Williams Disobeys Supervisors In
structionsRoad Boards Still Exist, Says Governor
Carter Needs of Kaiwiki School Impeachment
Proceedings Both Sets of Police to be Paid.
TUKSDAY, DKCKMIIKK 5TII.
The meeting came to order
promptly at 10 o'clock a. m. Chair
man J. T. Moir, presiding, and the
following members present: Super
visors A. Fernandez, D. K. Makua
kanc, W. II. Kalaiwaa and S. L.
Desha. Shipman arrived after the
prayer by Chaplain Kalaiwaa.
The first order of business was
communications 'rom heads of de
partments, and the County Attorney
in a scries of official letters to the
Board gave his ultimatum, that he
did not propose to be dictated to by
the Board. His first letter was a
refusal to comply with the direction
of the Board made at the last meet
ing, requiring him to prepare n
budget or estimate of expenditures
for salaries, payrolls, etc. for the
ensuing fiscal year. He denied the
right of the Board to require him
to do this work. In a second epistle
Williams declined to make month
ly reports of the business of his of
fice, on the ground that he is not a
subordinate officer, subject to the
dictation of the Board. Both com
munications were laid upon the
table, after more or less criticism of
the County Attorney's attitude in
When a request for payment of
post office box for the use of the
County Attorney came up the
Board very promptly proceeded- to
sit down upon that official, and
hereafter he will have to use the
general post office box for the
County offices or pay for own.
Sheriff Keolanui presented a
communication relative to the ap
pointment of truant officers in dif
ferent districts, which was referred
to the police committee.
Sheriff Keolanui in an official
letter denied the Board's right to
call upon him for a monthly re
port of the work of his department
and referred to Section 67 of the
county act and Section 1572 and
1573 of the revised Statutes in sup
port of his position. The comrau
cation was tabled.
Deputy Sheriff W. A. Fetter
made request for the purchase of a
onc-thousand-mile ticket over the
Hilo Railroad for the use of his
office, which was referred to the
In response to
a request from
concerning roads on Hawaii for use
of the Department of Agriculture at
Washington, D. C, the Clerk was
instructed to reply that the Super
visors would be pleased to furnish,
from time to time, beginning from
July 1st, such information as may
A letter from G. P. Kamauoha,
road supervisor of South Kona,
asking for a survey of the South
Kona roads was ordered to be
placed on file.
C. P. Mahi, a road cantonier in
Hamakua, protested against his
removal by Supervisor Fernandez.
Mr. Fernandez explained the rea
sons for the employee's removal,
which were because the man in
stead of doing his work, had been
substituting his son, who was sick
and unable to properly attend to
the duties. After due notice, upon
a repetition of the offense, Mr. Fer
nandez, directed his discharge, and
upon a vote of the Board of Super
pervisors, his action was sustained
and Mahi so notified.
Sheriff Keolanui asked for an
increase of salary for two clerks
in his office, C. B. Lyman from
$55 to $75 and D. K. Ewaliko from
$35 to $50. The request was laid
on the table. An increase
in pay for Policeman Coleman, Olaa
was also made, and the Sheriff
stated he needed additional police
for that section. A request for
office furniture for the deputy she
riff's office was ljkewjse temporarily
Police payrolls for the past five
I months since the salaries of police
had been held up, were submitted,
aggregating $8,065.30, nud referred
to the Police Committee. On be
half of those police officers, who
had been appointed by the Super
visors and who had worked faith
fully pending the settlement of the
police muddle, Deputy Sheriff Mat
toon of Laupahoehoe addressed n
communication nskiug that the
Board take some action for their
relief. This question was likewise
referred to the Police Committee.
On motion of Fernandez, the Po
lice Committee were authorized to
call before them for examination all
deputy sheriffs, who might throw
any light on the subject.
Dr. Frances Wetmore made a
formal request for the donation of
three loads of crushes rock for use
of the 'Hilo Krce Kindergarten, but
Deputy County Attorney Aluli,
who was present, gave a verbal
opinion to the effect that the Board
could not comply with the request,
as the County Act evpressly pro
vides that no assistance can be
granted to private institutions of
learning. The writer was so
A communication from the Hilo
Klectric Light Co. explained that
as the notice from Rev. Desha as to
the reduction in the number of
street lights did not reach the com
pany until November 15, it was too
late to make the necessary changes,
so the reduction in the amount
would date from Dec. 1.
Rev. Desha claimed that the
company was at fault for the delay,
and he was opposed to the County
paying for the entire month. The
matter was referred to the Finance
A petition from 53 voters of
South Kona requested the appoint
ment of two additional policemen
in that district. Deputy Sheriff
David K. Baker of Napoopoo made
a similar request. The hour of
noon having arrived, a recess was
taken until 1 130 p. m.
The formal charges against
Deputy Sheriff Wm. J. Rickard
were read at length, upon recon
vening and action deferred until
the receipt of an opinion of the
County Attorney as to whether a
majority of the Board could sit
elsewhere than at the county seat
to hear impeachment proceedings.
A petition from citizens of Kurtis
town urged immediate repairs to
the new road at 1 1 miles, Olaa.
Rev. S. I,. Desha who has a home
at this place, was also heartily in
favor of the improvement, but the
matter was referred to Road Super
visor Stipe for investigation.
Reports were received from vari
ous road supervisors throughout
the county, showing the work done.
Owing to the excessive rains dur
ing November, it had been impos
sible to do much more than to keep
the weeds out of the ditches.
Fish and Food Inspector Hering
reported inspecting 30,409 fish
during the month and destroying
469. There were 508 put in cold
storage besides 24 pounds of opihi.
Of the total number offish inspect
ed there were 84 varietes. The re
port was ordered filed.
A communication received from
A. B. Lindsay, of Honokaa, stating
that a public meeting held at that
place on Dee. 2nd, had passed a re
solution expressing the fullest con
fidence in Deputy Sheriff Rickard,
against whom charges had been
Henry Smith, Clerk of the Sup
reme Court, Honolulu, wrote re
garding the claim for $10.25 of
Miss Madoliuc Stolder, official sten
ographer at the Kohala term of
Court, which letter was referred to
the Finance Committee for action.
J. A. Nobriga of Honokaa, de
sired the contract for the construe-
(Continued frqm 1'age four)
We beg to call your attention to our assortment cases
of liquid refreshments for Thanksgiving
Day and following holidays.
2 quart bottles Scotch or Bourbon
2 quart bottles Holland Gin, "Silver
Stream Schnaps," -12
quart bottles Primo Beer,
2 quart bottles Scotch or Bourbon
1 quart bottle French Brandy, Bois-
nnrd 4 Crown,
1 bottle Honeysuckle Gin,
t2 quart bottles Primo Beer,
I mill hot tic Crmvn PnrLMn
1 quart bottle Gilby's Castle Grand
1 quart bottle Old Oporto Port Wine,
3 quart bottles German Rhine Wine,
3 quart bottles French Claret, -
2 quart bottles White Seal Cham
1 quart bottle Maraschino,
We will be pleased to make up other cases to meet
individual wants at reasonable prices.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
SPECIAL ATTENTION IS CALLED TO THE FACT THAT
Is that which has been manufactured for the past fifteen
years exclusively by the
California Fertilizer Works
SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
When 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 the 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.
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. MJCAS & CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKEA BRIDGE, HILO
HAVE NOW A FLKBT OV
and Small Boats
l'OR l'UJJMC IIIRK
1 assengers ami baggage taken to and
from vessels In the harbor nt reasonable
rates. Launches and rowboats to hire
lor private picnics anil moonlight rides,
RING UP ON TELEPHONE
Wolverine Gasoline Engine
Sclfstarteraml reversible engine. In
practicability it is equal to the steam en
gine. Sizes from IJ4 h. p. upwards.
Hoats fitted with this engine or frames ot
any size to order. I'or particulars apply
to R. A. LUCAS 'Manager
The Old Reliable Stand is
Razors honed, Sclsbora and all edged
tools perfectly ground. Satisfac
Second Door Above DeuioiUieues' Cufe
le . I'
Wharf Road, Second Door
from the Ilridge.
SCOTCH AND AMERICAN WHISKIES
Draught ami Mottled Ilccr
Subscribe for the TumuNK. Sub
scription $2.50 a year.