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Till? WKHKLY HII.O TRMUNK, HILO, HAWAII, TUF.SDAY, SF.l'THMUF.R i?, 1005.
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A cough is a danger signal. You
should hied its warning ir(iniitly.
lloglu nt unco, mid tako regular
A' x Hi N 1
All serious lung troublos
begin with a common
cold. A cold in tho
throat easily passes to
tho bronchial tubos,
and you havo bron
chitis, loading pos
sibly to pnou-
Jimonia or con
your cold beforo it goes down Into
tho chest. When you bring a bottlo
of Ayer's Cherry Pectoral into tho
houso you bring with It relief, good
cheer, hone, and suushluo. It is a
standard and unrivaled remedy for
colds and coughs.
Thero are many substitutes and Imi
tations, llewaro of them and of so
called "Oouulno Chorry Pectoral."
Ho suro you got AVER'S Chorry
Put up in largo and small bottles.
COUNTY BOARD MAKES
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street to connect with the Waio
lama stream by the R. K. track.
rrtpirtdby Dr. J. C.Ajer&Co., Lowell, Miu., U.S.A.
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
H1L0 MARKET CO.,
Telephone No. 39.
Bridgic St. - Hilo, H. I
Pacific Heat Markel
Fkont St., Iln.o, II. I.
Choice Cuts of
POULTRY of all Kinds
FRESH ISLAND BUTTER
vigors of the County of Hawaii that the
sum of two hundred nud fifty dollars it
hereby appropriated from funds in the
hands of the lieasurer of the Count) of
Hawaii for the purpose of defraying such
expenses ni shall be incurred by the com
mittee appointed upon the seventh day
of September, 1905, for the purpose of
commencing proceedings to test the
legality of the appointment of certain
The same will be completed til n. police officers and other subordinate ofli
few dajs under the direction of Uic'ccof l,lc Co""ly of . mid the
Hoard of Health officials. I n,,,lilor ls 1,crd,y lll"ri"' d directed
,,,,,, ,,, . . ,,.. -1 10 tiraw proper warrant upon me ircns
On behalf of the Shippers Wharf nm of Ule Com)t ()f Hawail for t)lu. M,(,
Conimtttec, Secretary McKay ad
dressed a communication to the
Hoard, asking for the appointment
of Don S. Itowiuan as building in
spector. After being reaed the
letter was referred to the committee
on public health. It reads as fol
TlIK HON. IlOAKll 01' SUI'I'.KVtSOKS,
County of Hawaii.
Gentlemen: We respectfully beg to
bring before your honorable Hoard the
urgent necessity there exists for appoint
ing a building inspector for Hilo town.
The duty of such an inspector will be to
examine plans for buildings of all kinds
and see that such plans will allow proper
sanitation and sufficient airspace beneath
the flotfrs. When such plans are approv
ed, issue permits to erect such buildings
and see that they are crcctedcd in accor
dance with the passed plans. We have
had the necessity for such an appoint
ment thrust upon us by the difficulty
that has been experienced in getting old,
and sometimes comparatively new, build
iugs, put in sanitary condition and the
poor condition of such places has been
due entirely to lack of supervision at the
time of building. Any one present seems
to be able to put up any kind of a shack
whether or not it is a menace to the
community. Although not tied down to
any recommendation we would suggest
that our present sanitary inspector, Mr.
Don. S. llowman, would be in every way
a suitable man for the position as he at
present attends to the inspection of the
sanitary arrangements of buildings.
We would ask that you give the fore
going suggestion your profound consid
eration. Yours respectfully,
Sim'I'l'.KS' WlIAKl' COMMlTTItlt.
Wm. McKay, Scc'y
Treasurer T. K. Lalakea made
his monthly statement of receipts
and expenditures as required by
the County Act, as follows:
Received from territorial treasurer for
account of general fund, fS',800; paid sal
aries to supervisors and employes,
f2.098.S2; paid sundry accounts for ma
terial and labor, J512.90; balance on
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda June 2
Sonoma June 14
Alameda June 23
Vcntuia July 5
Alameda July i.
Sierra July 26
Alameda August 4
Sonoma August 16
Alameda August 25
Ventura September 6
Alameda September 15
Sierra September 27
Alameda October 6
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Alameda June 7
Ventura June 13
Alameda June 28
Sierra July 4
Alameda July 19
Sonoma July 25
Alameda August 9
Ventura August 15
Alameda August 30
Sierra September 5
sum of two hundred and fifty
favor of the chairman of the
Supervisors for such purpose.
At noon the meeting adjourned
until Thursday morning at 9
o'clock, in order that Supervisor
Woods wh6 had not yet arrived
from Kohala, might be present.
THURSDAY, SKI'TKMIIKR 7TH.
All the members were in their
chairs when Chairman Moir called
the Board meeting to order. Chap
lain Kalaiwaa delivered a prayer,
and upon motion of Supervisor Fer
nandez, William Kino was chosen
The County Attorney made
requisition for the purchase of a
set of Hawaiian reports for use in
his office, the Clerk of the Supreme
.Court refusing to furnish the vol
umes without payment of the price.
Mr. Fernandez inquired if a sum
had not already been set apart for
the purchase of law books by the
County Attorney. Supervisor
Sliipman replied that $150 had
been appropriated for this purpose,
but as the reports would cost about
$100, he thought a specific amount
should be appropriated for the Ha
waiian reports. The request was
referred to the Finance Committee
A petition of 115 voters of South
Koua asking for the sum of $200
for repairing the road between Ho
uaunau and Keci was referred to
the Committee on Internal Im
provements. A petition of thirty
one voters asking for the appoint
ment of David K. Baker as pound
master at Napoopoo was referred
to the same committee. Twenty
five residents of North Kohala pro
tested against the appointment of
J. G. ouis as road supervisor,
which petition en the motion of
He acknowledges the receipt of road Supervisor Woods was indefinitely
funds from the treasurer between July 21
and August 6, 1905, the sum of f 7,404.00,
divided as follows: N. Hilo, 146; S.
Hilo, f 1,600; Hamakaa, f 2,418; N. Ko
hala, 593; S. Kohala, 174; N. Kona,
5505; Kau, fgSS; Puna, $904; S. Hilo
(August), $ 166.
Of this there has been expended for
salaries and commissions to tax collec
tors, labor and material furnished, as
T. IS. Cook, S125; Joe Teves, $35; Hilo
ISlectric Light Co., f 15; Ilento & Hacosta,
415.50; Richards & Schoeu, J45 50; W.
Cieo. Kaihenui, J52; Volcano Stables Co.,
1029.39; I). Makuakaue, $29; IS. N.
Holmes, 165.59; H. Hackfeld & Co.,
5145.2:; Hilo Mercantile Co., 71.11:
Henry II. Kahaule, 2; Moses Koki,
f 23.70; W. A. Schwallie, fS 07; H.J. I.y
man, 45.20; Samuel Kaubane, 233.88.
Tatal, 1,116.15; leaving balance to cre
dit of road account. 5,287.85.
The disbursement of this fund by dis
tricts is as follows: Humakua, none; N
Hilo, none; S. Hilo 929.29; Puna, 845..
91; N. Kohala, none; S. Kohala, 23.70;
N. Kona, none; S. Kona, none; Kau,
Just before adjournment Tuesday
noon, Supervisor Fernandez intro
duced a resolution providing for
Usting the legality of Sheriff Keo-
4,1. l... 1 - .
Aiamcua oepiemue. -", iiUU1js actions in making appoint
Sonoma September 26 I
Alameda October 11
In connection with the sailing of the
above steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through Tickets by any railroad
from S.111 l'rancisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
ail) steamship line to all ISuropean ports.
I'or further particulars apply to
Wm. C. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
J Resolved, That the Chairman of the
Hoard of Supervisors appoint a committee
of three supervisors, one of whom shall
be the Chairman of the Hoard of Super
visors, whose duties shall be to take all
necessary legal proceedings to test the
legality of the appointments by the Hoard
of Supervisors and by the sheriiTof the
County of Hawrii ol certain police offi-
j cers nud other subordinate officers of the
county of Hawaii now acting as such, to
postponed. Norman K. Lyman
recommended an increase in salary
of Oliver Akau, prison lima.
Secretary Atkinson forwarded a
copy of letter from Mr. Kimi Saito,
consul of Japan, regarding the
complaint of discrimination against
Japanese candidates for horse-shoers,
it having been reported to him that
out of fifteen applicants, none had
been passed. Supervisor Fernandez
stated he was informed that Sheriff
Keolanui was illegally demanding
$5.00 from every applicant for ex
amination for horse-shoer's license,
whereas the law provided that $5
was the total cost of license.
Sliipman moved that a select
committee of two be appointed to
investigate the charges of Consul
Saito. Passed, and Chairman Moir
appointed Supervisors Fernandez
Supervisor Desha from Commit
tee on Bonds, reported favorably on
bond of David K. Baker, deputy
sheriff, South Kona.
Supervisor Fernandez of Police
Committee made a report which is
The Police Committee recom
mended the appointment of A. Sil
in North Kona, three for South
Kona una lour lor Kau, were or
Report was adopted.
Supervisor Wood made a report
from Committee on Internal Im
provements, which is ns follows:
The committee on General Im
provements recommended that the
petition and request of David K.
Baker, deputy sheriff of South Ko
ua, asking his npooiuntmeut as
road supervisor, be tabled. The
appointment of II. II. Nnlimtt as
Park keeper at Mooheau Park at
$20 was approved. The Commit
tee recommended the appointment
of James Burgess and John Harbot
tle as poundmasters respectively of
Kcahou, North Kona, and North
Koua. The request of David K.
Baker to be appointed poundmaster
for South Kona was tabled. The
bridge at Waiakea was ordered rc
paited, likewise the Kaiwiki road.
The request of Wihnot Vredenberg
was referred to the Superintendent
of Public Works. The application
of Jacob Coerper to be appointed
road supervisor for North Kona
was laid over, as also that of David
Alawa for the same position.
Report was adopted.
Supervisor Fernandez introduced
resolution regarding the necessity
for the construction of a road into
Waipio Valley, and authorizing the
expenditure of $250 for this pur
pose. Supervisor Fernandez said
the present condition of the trail
was dangerous to travel, relating a
! recent instance of a woman riding
horseback over the trail, when the
horse slipped and fell over the cliff,
being killed immediately. The
woman narrowly escaped with her
own life. Passed unanimously.
Supervisor Fernandez offered a
resolution appointing D. N. Kahue,
present road supervisor, as pound
master for the North Hilo district.
Also a resolution appointing J.
G. Jones poundmaster at Ktikui
haele. Both resolutions were
Supervisor Desha introduced a
resolution appropriating $200 from
the road tax fund for the repair of
Volcano road from 24-milcs to 26
milcs, as also a resolution appro
priating the sum of $200 from the
South Hilo road tax fund for the
improvement of the Volcano road
between the 3-mile post and the
Puna boundary. Both roads were
badly in need of repairs, said Mr.
Desha and should receive attention
as their present condition gave
tourists and travelers a bad impres
sion of our county, which they
would carry to their homes on the
mainland. Both resolutions were
Desha also offered a resolution
recommending the appointment of
J. K. Nahale, as additional police
officer at South Koua at a salary of
$35 Per month, which was adopted.
Supervisor Fernandez offered a
resolution appropriating $50 from
the road tax fund for repairs to the
old Paauilo homestead road, which
passed without opposition.
Supervisor Sliipman called atten
tion to the condition of the road tax
fund for the district of South Hilo
The amount to the credit of the dis
trict had already been expended for
repairs, and after the payment of
the August bills there would be a
deficit in the General Fund of about
?3,ooo. Treasurer Lalakea was
called before the Board and in re-
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va and Dan Kaiheuui b: appointed I spouse to an inquiry by Supervisor
guards for prisoners at a salary of' lrnniitlese .tntca that he expected
.10 per mouth each. They recom
mended that the resignation of Ka
ailuu Lelepoli as a police officer in
South Koua be nccepced and that
the clerk be instructed to notify
. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.
National Cane Shredders,
Alex. Cross & Sons' Sugar Cane
aiid Coffee Fertilizers
to receive on the next mail Irotn
Honolulu a warrant for $8,Soo as
the proportion for the County of
Hawaii. Resuming, Mr. Sliipman j
said if this stun were received, that j
prosecute under the i. of the Territory ' him that since he is already holding county would nave a surplus o.
of Hawaii and the ordinances of this ' the position as jailor he cannot hold ' a,)0Ut ?5.ooo, which would be j
county all officers of this county u ho n police commission. They also j available for ron,tl improvements or
have not been r.Kuliirly appointed by recomineml thntW H Laiiiaholo, I other purposes. According to the
law. it sna.i .e me uiy m sa. con,. impertinent I report of the Finance Committee
inittce, and said committee is hereby es- ' "" """ iuii. ' iuip(.niiinu 1 1
pecially authorized to employ special ! letter to the Hoard, be tUsmihScil J" 'Ptl would be distributed
attorney on behalf of the county for a from duty as a police officer. The j l,ro rata among the different dis-
reasonable compensation for liis services, j appointment of James Stevens os a lricts-
and to authorize him to commence and ,, for Souln Kohaln was j He said that Ililo's share of
InXthair'"'1 " ,m,Cl't,U"KS; approved. J. Kaailau' of South 1 the amount appropriated from the
SubsL-ouentlv Supervisor Fenian-' '"'o. who returned ins commission . .... ... . . ,..
de introduced the following reso-' as policeman, denying the right 0f cent or about i goo
made new for a few cents and'
a little labor. With
you can paint and varnish at
the same operation. You will
be surprised how cay it is
to renew vehicles.
Let us show you color cards.
HILO MERCANTILE CO. 2
P. O. Boz 94
SOLE AGENTS FOR HAWAII
Tolophonos 4 A, 4 B
This is the
lution making appropriation
$250 for defraying the expenses of '
Limit n nsiiljtt.t uliir1i nfiCkiwI tt'itli '
HIILII tl -l II IV..? 1 1 IMVII l''M.U Mil
only one opposing
lie it resolved by the Hoard of Super
f the Hoard to appoint him, was re
commended for dismissal. There
vote that of WCI " L"""B,-n " "- i'"""--
lorce 01 worm rvounin, mus lor
telephone rent for four instruments
amount available for toad expendi
tures for South Hilo, after the cur
rent bills for August are paid.
Supervisor D.-sha made inquiry
(Continued 011 I'.ige Six.)
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