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Work of the March Session Promptly Disposed of
Road Supervisors Reports Approved Aqtion on
Purchase of Serrao Blopk postponed Aid For
Band Communications, Petitions, Etc.
"A NERVE TONIC" and
DOARD OF SUPERVISORS, TUESDAY.
The March meeting of the
'County Board of Supervisors was
called to order at 10 a. m. Tuesday
by President Moir; .present, Super
visors Sbipman, Fernandez, Maku
dkane, o'esha and Kalaiwaa.
The reading of communications,
petitions and reports occupied the
dnv until about 1 o'clock when
board adjourned till 9 a. ml Thurs
day. Action in matter of the
improvement of Volcano and Pona-
Lhawai at their intersection -was
postponed by tabling the letter of
Superintendent of Public Works
Holloway, in which premission
was granted to make improvements
asked 'for by th'e Hilo Board' of
Trade. County AttorneyWilliams
reported on his investigations of
the charges against the deputy
sheriff of North Kona.' As ttie
result of a visit to' Kona, Mr.
Williams had an examination of
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the signers of the petition asking
for the deputy's removal. Mr.
Williams found that the charges
that the deputy was not physically
able or mentally competent to fulfil
the duties of his office, were not
sustained; that with the exception
qf the'first count in the charge that
he "had neglected his duties, the
last charge was not' sustained. He-
conimended that .impeachment pro
ceedings be indefinitely postponed.
The County attorney had recom
mended some changes to the sheriff
in the personnel of the police force
in. North kona. Report was adopted.
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n-pcuuon'ui voieis 01 . w uihkcu
asking that Piopio Street be re
paired was referred to the super
visor of South Hilo.
Sheriff Kcolanui submitted hisjj
report of criminal business for the
month of February. ' The report
showed that there had been 152
ai rests during the mouth; 143
males, 9 females; 105 convicted, 15
committed; $709, fines; $I33-65i
costs; $235, bail forfeited; total
A report J6r the month of Feb
ruary of Road Supervisor Supe of
Mountain View, Puna district, was
read aud ordered filed. The report
stated that work 'with the rock
crusher had been stopped by scar
city of water, but was about to
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resume; tuat. tuere, were. 5200 com
ing to the road district from the
general fund and, that a pay roll
had been made out for that amount;
durjng the " month men had been
employed cleaning out ditches.
along the Volcano road, and clean
ing out roads at Kaimu and Pahoa
and around Kapoho and Pohoiki.
Report was placed on file.
Jt G. Lewis, road supervisor of(
North Kohala, reported $449-39
expended "between Jatfilary "26 and
February 25, the principal items
being $198.50 for repairing Muhu
kona road; for blasting, filliugand
constructing stone vvall m repair
ing Waimea road, $30; repairing
Pali road from Houokane-nui to
top of Pololu, a case of powder and
lot of materials being furnislied by
the Koliala Ditch Co., $79; pur
chase of supplies and materials
from Hawi, $84.19.
N. K. Lyman, road supervisor
for South Hjlo, reported ' bills, for
the month to the amount of
$1,523.34; principal, items,, painting
and repairing Honolii bridge,
$150.69; repairing Kaiwiki road,
$259.90 and road between Houolii
Kukuau bridge was reported in
bad condition and a concrete arch
for same was recommended; estim
ates have been asked of Engineer
Tom Cook on a concrete bridge for
Papaikou. .Ordered, placed on file.
J. Kaelemakule, road supervisor
for North Kona, reported $15 as
bills fo "February. Ordered rjlaced
Report of G P. Kamauoha, road
supervisor for South Kona, was
referred to Supervisor Kalaiwau.
JRcDort ohJohn Lanakila, road
super'vigoc'of Jsoutti-Kouald, show
ing disbursements ot 352.23, was
ordered placed' on file.
Report.' of. B N. Kahue for the
North Hllo road district was sub
mitted and ordered filed, reporting
repairs to roads at Laupahoehoe,
Maulua and JPeleku; expenditures
for same, $295'.9o
O. T. Sbipman, a select com
mittee of one to investigate the
charges against George Kauwe,
asking his removal as road super
visor of the 'district of Kau, re
ported the charges insufficient and
recommended that the petition be
not granted. Adopted.
A resolution containing rules in
detail relative to the manner of
filing claims against the county,
introduced by S. L. JJesna, was
adopted. Under these regulations,
demands must be filed in the office
of the county clerk three days be
fore the first ' Tuesday of each
month to entitle them to immediate
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The meeting was called to order
by Vtce-Chairraan Woods, at 9 a.
m. Thursday pursuant to adjourn
Minutes of Tuesday's meeting
were read uud approved.
Taking up the business before the
scssiou, the report of county treas
urer was read as submitted. The
report showed a balance on hand
in the general fund on Feb. 1, of
$24,866.97; January apportionment.
$11,000. By transfer to road fund
$25,000; warrants redeemed,
$5487 20; balance March 1,
$5379.77. Balance of road fund on
hand Feb. 1, $12,826.18; transfers
from general fund $25,000; war
rants redeemed $3,692.63; balance
road fund 01 hand March 1,
Reports of Fish and Food
Inspector were read and ordered
placed on file. The February re
port showed 18,546 fish inspected,
of which 490 were condemned.
There were 81 varieties of fish
received in Feb. and 95 varieties
in Jan. out of 117 varieties known
in the mirket. Eight poi shops
wereiuspected in Feb., one of which
The police committee reported,
recommending the payment of
claim of police officers for services
during the month of February,
which was adopted. The com
mittee recommended that the
salaries of Messrs. Kaiama, Kaailau,
Coleman, Brown, Ewaliko, Konia,
lauakuelua, Yotaro, and Joe Cook,
be increased, also recommended
appointment of Jno. Kauakabi as
truant officer for Hamakua, at a
salary of $35 per month.
Supervisor Fernandez, a special
committee to whom a petition for a
road in lamakua was referred,
reported that Mr. Walker, manager
of Ookala Plantation, agreed to
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road between Houomu and KclekolejgranjjK the petition; report
gulch, $179; repairing Wjllfams j adopted.
road, $230.20; rock for crushing, , Report of finance committee, as
$124. Lumber for the Hakalau submitted and adopted, recom-
bridge is on the ground and the mended that claims against the
bridge is to be raised a foot above rnad fund audited be paid, as
present grade. The Pepeekeo follows:
crusher is to be started up and the ' District of South Hilo, $3001.20;
road to Kawaiutii gulch repaired. - Vorth Hilo, $399.70; Ilumaktm,
Williams street and Ponnhawaii$464-6; North Kohala, $551.14;
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