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THE WEEKLY HIM) TRIBUNE, HILp, , HAWAII, TUESDAY, JANUARY a, 1906.
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the matter of the impeachment of
W. J. Rickard, deputy sheriff 6f
Hatnakua, and offered a resolution
to the effect that Mr. Rickard and
his counsel be directed to lie ready
for hearing on the following Thurs
day. Deputy County Attorney
Aluli, who was present, said that
he would be prepared to go on with
the case at that time. He had pre
pared a more elaborate set of
charges, which were filed and read
at length. A copy had been served
on the counsel for the accused. The
charges in full appear elsewhere in
Just before adjournment, Chair
man .Moir said he wus worried
about the matter of payment of
police, the county auditor having
refused to pay only the salaries of
those officers appointed by the
sheriff. He desired to have the
opinion of the members regarding
the best means of paying them and
how to have the matter decided.
The deputy county attorney was
directed to render an opinion ou the
question by next Thursday. There
upon the meeting adjourned until
Thursday at 9 a. m.
After disposing of the preliminary
orders of business, communications
were taken up and disposed of, as
Carl S. Smith, bills from clerk of
supreme court for costs in two
county cases charged against him,
amounting to $50.50; referred to
committee on finance.
Wm. M. Keolanui, sheriff County
of Hawaii, recommendations for
telephone boxes for Kapoho, Puna;
Mountain View, Olaa; and Papai
kou, S. Hilo; referred to committee
B. N. Kahue, road supervisor,
asking for increase in salary; to
committee on finance.
Wm. M. Keolanui, sheriff, sub
mitting a letter from the president
of the board of health, also a letter
from the attorney general in refer
ence to liability in the matter of
expenses incurred in transportation
and maintenance of insane persons;
to county attorney.
A communication from Jose G.
Serrao was read and referred to
committee on internal improve
meuts, offering for sale to the
county his lease bold interest in
property, consisting of 38 ft. on
Bridge street and 50 ft. on Shipman
street, and building, known as the
Serrao Block, for its ownership and
use; consideration $12,500.
Petition No. 72 of citizens of
Ookala asking for a right-of-way
from the Ookala cane field to the
homestead road at Niupea, Hama
kua. Fernandez favored opening
the road and was appointed a com
mittee of one to investigate the
Report of Jno. G. Lewis, road
supervisor, was read and placed on
file, showing monthly pay roll
amounting to $50.25, aud stating
that all work done in December,
amounting to $160, is paid out of
the old Kohala road board fund.
A communication of Noa W.
Aluli, deputy county attorney, was
read and placed on file. It pres
ented at length an opinion on the
question as to "whether the claims
by the persons appointed by the
Board of Supervisors, to act as
police officers from July 1st to he
day they went out of office, against
the county, are legal, etc." And
reached the conclusion that a suit
could not be successfully maintain
ed against the county by the set of
police officers appointed by the
Board because they are not legal
claims, and offering his assistance
that the matter might be brought
to the attention of the courts in a
The report of finance committee
was read and, with some minor cor
rections, adopted. Items for South
Hilo for supplies furnished, ser
vices rendered, etc., to the amount
of $1631.49, to be paid out of road
funds, was approved; for the same,
in North Hilo, $403.75; District of
Hamakua, $1 177.20; South Kohala,
$7.15; North Koua, $290.84; South
Kona, $97.55; Kau, $364.35;. Puna,
$762.70; North Kohala, $51.50.
Demand 987, not having been
duly sworn to, was recommended
returned. Demands Nos. 612,
1050 hnd, X064, were also recom
mended returned for correction.
The committee on internal im
provements reported on various
petitions and communications that
had been referred to them and their
report was adopted. Through its
adoption the salary of John Kai,
Jr., deputy clerk, was raised to
$75 a month; of A. A. Hapal, clerk
to county attorney, to $75, condi
tional on his rendering further ser
vicesThe report also recommended
that a committee of three be ap
pointed to interview the deputy
county attorney, obtain advice and
draw up ordinances to regulate
traffic on public roads.
Ordinances No. 12 and 13 were
introdticsd by Shipman conferring
power upon the Board to subpoena
witnesses, and fixing fees;, and
establishing mode of procedure in
cases of impeachment.
A resolution was introduced by
S. I. Desha, supervisor of North
and South Hilo, as follows: "That
all salaries of police officers, guards
and lunas of prisoners in the County
of Hawaii, heretofore passed upori
by this Board are hereby repealed
and rescinded and shall not be the
rate to govern salaries of Said
officers and employees after Decem
ber 31, 1905." Motion was tabled.
The matter of the impeachment
proceedings asked for by 27 citi
zens of Hamakua came up for con
sideration and caused a great deal
of earnest discussion. A current
report was brought in by Wi H.
Beers, clerk of the district court,
that witnesses from Olaa would
refuse to appear unless transporta
tion was furniseed.
Fernandez moved that the Board
resolve itself into a board of im
peachment to try the case of Deputy
Sheriff Rickard, aud that the pres
ident of the Board, Mr. Moir, be
president of the board of impeach
tnent. The motion was carried -and
Mr. Moir made president, over' his
protest and attempt to' get Mr.
Shinman to serve. i '
A resolution of A. Fernanda
was adopted, substantially as fol
lows: That the witnesses supporting
the complaint or charge against
Rickard, be first examined tlien
to lie cross-questioned by said Wm.
J. Rickard, or his attorney. That
witnesses, if any, for and on behalf
of Wm. J. Rickard, be first ques
tioned by said Rickard, or his attor
ney, and then cross-questioned.
That in closing: the matter, Jaid
Rickard, or his attorney, be allowed
to address and argue before the
board of impeachment, to be fol
lowed by the signers of the com
plaint. It was further decided, on mo
tion, that deputy county attorney
be in waiting and on 'duty on the
board, also that a stenographer be
employed to take down all thopro-
ceedings. A motion of Fernandez
that every member of the board of
impeachment be specially sworn iu
caused some discussion, but was
passed and board adjourned till
1 :30 p. m. for such purpose.
The Board met, after recess.jfhs a
board of impeachment, duly sworn
in. After a motioiuby Desha, which
was carried, that the charges con
tained in the resolution and deliv
ered to the clerk of the Board be
delivered t,o the clerk of the board
of impeachment. Mr. Smith, attor
ney for Deputy Sheriff Rickard,
addressed the board and asked if
the defendant was expected to
answer the charges contained in
the resolution. President Moir
informed him that he was there to
make answer to that charge. Mr.
Smith stated that defendant objected
to answering the charges and to
the body trying the case, for the
reason that he had advices that
four of .he 27 persons signing ,Jhe
complaint had withdrawn their
names ana um not wtsu to press
the c; ,hc, leaving less than 25 sign
ers, the number required by law.
Deputy County Attorney Auli
defended the proposition that the.
board had authority to. hear the
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