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THE Wl&klY HII,0 THIBUKl, HILO, HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1906.
The Usual Crist of Public Business Disposed of Im
peachment Proceedings Enliven Meeting Question
of Police Control Disposed of Reports of Various
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The Supervisors met promptly at
10 o'clock a. m., with Mr. Moir in
the chair and Messrs. Kalaiwna,
Makuakane, Shipman and Desha
present. Both Supervisors Fer
nandez and Woods were absent.
The usual grist of petitions,
memorials and communications
were received and read. County
Attorney Williams addressed a
communication to the Board
acknowledging receipt of the reso
lution of the Board passed at the
December meeting ignoring bis
office in the future. He stated that
he considered it proper to inform
that body that his office would
"ignore" the spirit and intent of
the resolution referred to. The
communication was ordered laid on
the table, without comment.
Henry Smith, clerk of the judi
ciary department, wrote another
letter to the Supervisors urging
the propriety of the county paying
the claim of Miss Madeline Stolder
for $10 for services rendered the
county sheriff at the Kohala term
of court. The matter was referred
to the finance committee for further
Treasurer Lalakca made a report
with reference to the monthly
allowance of $5 for lights for the
county band which he regarded as
unnecessary. The communication
was ordered filed.
Clerk Pua, in a formal letter to
the Board, stated that he had ap
pointed as deputy clerk, John Kai,
Jr., who bad been acting as his
assistant, and requesting the Board
to approve the appointment and
allow a commensurate salary for
his services. He stated that he
would ask the deputy clerk to give
an official bond for $2,000 for the
faithful performance of his- duties.
The letter was referred to the com
mittee on internal improvements.
County Attorney Williams pres
ented for the third time his bill
amounting to $3.25 for cash ad
vanced for a postoffice box for his
office, Shipman moved that the
communication be tabled and it was
The county attorney reported
favorably upon the claim of Sheriff
Keolanui for $250 expended in
attorney's fees in the two police
test cases recently decided by the
supreme court. The communication
and claim were referred to the fin
ance committee for report.
Archie Hapai, official stenograph
er of the Board, made application
for an increase of salary to $75 per
mouth. The request was referred
to the committee on internal im
provements. . .
A request from Sheriff Keolanui,
requesting that his office be fur
nished with a mileage ticket over
tho Hilo Railroad, was referred to
the committee on police, as to the
expediency of such an allowance.
High Sheriff Henry, of Honolulu,
replied to the inquiry regarding the
rights of the Board to transport
prisoners irom one district to an
other to work on the public high
ways, stating that it was a matter
entirely within the discretion of
Jailor Maby. If the prisoners
could be safely transported to the
place desired and returned to the
jail each day, there was nothing in
the law to prevent it. Moir thought
the high sheriff did not fully under
stand the purpose of the request,
which had special reference to the
transferring of the prisoners from
Hilo Jail to Kau, where they could
be employed on the county road in
that district. The communication
was filed after considerable dis
A petition was received from 65
qualified voters, taxpayers and
property owners of North Hilo,
protesting against the appointment
police for that district. It is charged
that he is a non-resident and his
appointment is not desired by the
district. The matter was referred
to the police committee.
Road Supervisor G. P. Kamau
oha, of South Kona, reported on
the expenses of road repairs in his
district for the month of December,
am6untiug to $118. He also made
request for a regular allowance of
$100 per month for road repairs in
South Kona, both of which com
munications were referred to the
County Auditor Maguirc filed
his report for the month of Decem
ber, showing receipts of $24,890
and disbursements of $16,716.98,
leaving a balance in the treasury of
Sheriff Keolanui submitted two
quarterly reports of all monies re
ceived and remitted for the two
quarters ending September 30,
1905, and December 31, 1905, as
Balance on hand Oct. 1...$ 349.43
Receipts i 2,510.07
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He also reported on the number
of criminal cases and bails forfeited
and monies received from various
sources, as follows:
Execution sales. $1,050.00
To September 30:
Receipts . $2,575.04
Balance $ 339.53
Execution sales 73-5
" settled 496.58
C ,a found on body of
.I, man found dead 39.00
Road Supervisor Lyman, of S.
Hilo, reported on the work done
during the month of December,
which had been largely in complet
ing work already begup. He com
mented upon the work done by the
stone crusher on the Wailuku
river, which had been made more
expeditious by the construction of
a portable railway for carrying rock
to the crusher.
The Papaikou bridge had fallen
down on the night of December
20th, but through the prompt
action on the part of Jas. D. Lewis,
a temporary structure had been
thrown across the stream and the
bridge was being rebuilt. Work on
the jpiibonua and Volcano roads
was progressing rapidly, and con
siderable filling had been done in
front of the Hilo Armory. The
pay roll for the mouth amounted to
$1161. Crushed rock had been
sold to various parties, receipts for
which amounted to $185.
Attention was called to the fact
that no sign board had been placed
over the Riverside Park bridge,
and vehicles were allowed to cross
the bridge faster than a walk,
which was causing damage to the
Road Supervisor Supe, of Olaa,
reported on the bad condition of
the road at 11 j4 miles, which had
been almost completely ruined by
H. E. Beasley in hauling cord
wood over the highway. Repairs
were estimated to cost $1500. He
had expended $336 in improving
the condition of the Volcano road,
and reported a total expenditures
for the month of $699.50.
Road Supervisor Kahue of North
Hilo expended $360.50 for repairs
during the month in that district.
Desha reported verbally on the
Kaiwiki school road, which matter
had been referred to him, and ask
ed for further time.
Road Supervisor Kaelemakule, of
Kailua, reported expenditures for
North Kona for the month amount
ing to $241.
Road Supervisor J. Lanakila, of
South Kohala, reported his expenses
for the month were $84.75.
Supervisor Shipman called up
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