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The Governor tllrcots tliat notlci
to glvcu of the follow in tj? pollinj; places
mid Inspector.-, o' Election., for tlie
Spoclnl Election to lie held November
rf; 1003; for the election of County
Officers The first, named Inspector
n encti precinct nets ns Chairman
TJIRST DISTRICT, COUNTY OF
EAST HAWAII. " '
1st Precinct. Foiling Pmce, Polio
id Court House Inspector of Elec
tion: II. E. Wilson. Chairman; J N.
Knmoku and Dr. J. Holland.
2nd Precinct Polling Place, Road
Board Stables at 11 3 4 miles, Volcano
Road. Inspi ctor&of Eleetion:W. M.
McQunH, Chalrniari;. W. B. Nallimn,
Jr., and J. W Kekonkulana.
3rd Precinct. Polling Plnee,.Davis
&Co., warehouse, corner of Waialea
Uud.IV'liMjQlepo roads, Intppctirs of
Elections: David Sp.tuldlngshairmnn
C. N l'routy and Vm. George Ijiaihe
tjui. 4thPrcci.net. Polling Place, Clr
quit Court House at Hilo. Inspectors
of Election:. Wm. Vannatta, Cbair
man; Ira E. Ray and David Ewalikn.
fith Precin' t. Polling Place, Pa
paikou School House. Inspectors of
Election: J. T. Moir, Chairman; J. M.
Kauhi and Rimeona Paaluhi.
Gth Precinct. Polling Place, Ho
nomu Court House. Inspectors of
Election: J. B. Oiivlera. Chairman;
"Wm. Hay and H. i. Un?a.
7th Precinct. Polling Place, Lau
pahoeboe Court House. Inspectors
of Election; E, Vt. Barnard, Chair
man; C. II. Swain and B. M . Kahue.
8Hi Precinct. Polling Place, Kao-
School House. Inspectors of Elec
tion: Albert Horner,ChairmaiijS. W.
Iviuwahipaula and Henry Louisson.
0th Precinct. Polling Place, Ho
nokaa Court House. -Inspectors of
Election': Chas. II. Fox-, Chairman;
John Ai and Geo. F. Hall
10th Precinct. Polling Place, Kju
kulhaele School House. Inspectors
of Election: Wm, Horner, Chairman
T. N. Naleilehua and J. G. Jones.
SECOND DISTRICT, COUNTY
OF WEST HAWAII.
1st Precinct. Polling Place, Cir
cuit Court House, Kohala. Inspec
tors of Election: Geo. P. Tulloch,
Chairman; Joseph Hussy and Robert
2nd Predict. Polling Place, War
mea Court House. Inspectors of
Election: J. Crowley, Chairman; Chas
B. Wells and D. W. K. Maialolia.
3rd-Precinct. Tolling Place, Cir
cuit Court House, Kailua. Inspec
tors of Election: Thmias Ain, Chair
man; J, L. Kawewehi and. J. K
4th Precinct. Polling Place, Ivona
ivaena School Hnus". Inspectors of
Election W. Henry Greer. well, Chair
man; John Keawcahawali and H,
5th Precinct. Polling Place, Boo
kena Court House. Inspectors of
Election; Geo. W, McDiugall, Chair
man; J. Nahiim and Jos Ivaco,
Gth Precinct. Polling Dace, Papa
School House. Inspectors of Elcc
lion:" P. Buchlioliz, Chairman! Sam
K. Kaaiailii and T. Kaupiko.
7th Precinct. Polling Place, Wal
phinu Court House. Inspectors of
Election: Robort L. Wilhclm, Chni
man; David K. Wailchua and P. p.
8th Precinct. Polling Place, Pa
hala Sehcol House, Inspectors of
Election: W. P. Fennell, Chnirman
J. J. Kuakaa and J. K. Hoopill.
THIRD DISTRICT, COUNTY OF
, ' 2nd Precinct. Polling Place, Pukoo
Court House, Inspectors of Election
J. II Mabop, Chairman; D. McCor
rt riston and John Kamal.
3rd Precinct. Polling Plaqe, Cjr
cuit Court Houso, Laliaina. In
spectors of Election; Henry Dicken
son, Chairman; C. V, Dudoit and A
Ah Precinct. Polling Place, Ho
nok-ihau School House, inspector
of Election: Uej. Kahue, Clu.irniun
D. Kapaku and L. K. Kahuna.
5th Precinct. ,Polliug Place, Ka
halepalaoa Storehou-e. Inspector
. f.-OI..-.ll.,.,. C T.nlm.1.nlnV.n1.i rM.i.l..
man; M'. Keulakaa and Chas Gay
Gth Precjniit Polling Plate, Cir
cuit t-ourv.riouse, uauuhu,. inspec
tors of Election: Di; R, W. IJooti
; Chairman: Moses Kauhhnahu and
Jas. L. Cote.
7th Precinct. Polling P'aee, Black
smith Shop on Puuunm lioad, K
hulni. loopeclois of Election: D
Quill. ( hainiia.i; A. C. Kanaehulo
und J. J. Walsh.
8th Precincts, Polling riace( Hos
,.i ii i L ill. Hit- H J ; y'
pi I nl HuilUn h i
of Klu'li..... (.' (.
nvanj.Suin Kuuln imd1 II. T. Butclle.
0th Precinct Polling Place, Ma,
Uuwun Court lluii-i' Inspectors of
Faction:. Gfiiyc Forsvtlie. Chain
mnu;sE. 11. KeKiipu and Non K.ima.
kau. ' '
10th Precinct. Polling Place, lla
makunpoho Mill. Inspectors of Elect
tion: V. $ NUollClmirmnn; J Hi
.Nuijiind flvnry Long.
i . 1 it . 1 III . Tt ..
J.i.in rrceinei. i-oiiing xi.icc,
Hueio School. Iloiihe.. Inspectors of
Election:' J., R. Movers, Chairman;
J. Vincent and D, N. Opunui.
Polling Place. Ke-
anae School House. Inspectors
Election: Chujj.' Haul, Chairman;
D. W. Nnpihaa and D. W. Iawaha
mae. 13t,h Precinct. Polling Place.
Hniu Court. House. Inspectors cf
Election: F. P. Rosecr.ns, Chairman
G. W. Knuhane and B. K. Knlwlaca.
14th Precinct. PollingPlnce, Ki-
pahulu School House. ' Inspectors
Election: R. M. H. Katne, Chair
man: J. K. Piiinanu and P. M. TCaluna
x . . ... , l" T,
Jotn rrccinct. zoning l'lncc iio
laula Court House. Inspectors of
Election: A. S. K. Kaholokai, Chair-
an;.Ed. Wilcox and G. K. Kunukau
FOURTH DISTRICT, COUNTY
1st Precinct. Polling Place, Booth
foot of Punabou Street. Inspectors
of Election: John Eflinge'-, Chairman
irry Macfarlnue and StejihenUma-
2nd Precinct. Polling Place, Booth
corner of Kjnau and Phkoi Streets.
Inspections of Elec.ioiu C. M Vhite,
Chairman; IV. C. Wiluur and 7. H.
3.-d Precinct. Polling rlaec, B.uild-
ng at Entrance of Lower Keservoir
rovons. wuuanu venue. inspeoi
rs of Elecoiou: F. p. Mclntyre, Chair
an; Albert Waterhouse and Solo
4th rrecinct. polling place, Booth,
Emma Square. Inspectors of Elec
tion: William Savidge, Chairman; T.
pofikapu and F. B. Angus.
5th precinct, polling placej Kapua-
iwa Building. Inspectors of Election:
A. F.. Cooke, Chairman; E. K. Lili-
alani and J. Malioney.
Gth rrt-cingt. rolling place, Hono
lulu Hale. Inspectors of Election
O. C. Swain, Chairman; C. Boal
and John A. Mahuka.
7th precinct, polling place, School
House. Waimanalo. Inspectors of
Election: G. C. Chalmers, Chairman;
John Kekuku and A. Trvine.
8th precinct, polling rlace, Thomas
Squa-e, on Beretnnia Street. Inspec
ors of Election: Will E. Fisher.Chair
man; i; reu lurriu anu ueo. omiiu
FIFTH DISTRICT, COUNTY OF
1st i recincl. polling place, Kaneohe
Court Ilouse. Inspectors of Election:
H. Cobb Adams, Chairman; S. L,
Kaiu.i and E. P. Aikue.
2nd precinct, polling place, Koolau-
oa Court House. Inspectors of Elec-
i.ni: A. V. Crockett, Chairman; J,
H. Keanu and Jos. Kekuku.
3rd precinct, polling place, Walalua
Court. Ilouf-e. Inspectors of Electinj:
V. L, Wond, Cliaii man; Oacur Cox
and Cha. David,
4th precinct, rolling place, Wnianae
Court House, Inspectors of Election:
Lcma Spencer, Chairman; S. K. Hui
and S. N. Kailieha.
5ih rrecinct. polling plyco, Ewa
paviliun. Inspectors of Election: r
A. Swiftj Chairn.ianj W, p. Johnson
and B. Starr Kapu
Gth rrecitlct. rolling place, Ewa
Court House. Inspectors pf Election
W. G. Ashley, Chairman Kauka
Williams and John E. Kahoa,
7th Precinct. Polling Place, At or
near Fire Station, palamu. Inspec
tors of Election: U. II. Birbo, Jr.,
Cnaintiap; John K. Kaaoao and
8th precinct, yelling place, W. C.
AchW Warehouses near north corner
of Liliha and King Street". Inspcc-
turs pf Election; Moreno Hula, Chair-
man; Aa ivuuiia una . i. ouiivan.
9lh precinct, polling rlaee)A Booth,
at junction uf Kuul.ini aiid Nuuauu
Streets. Inspectors of Election: A.
V. Neely, Chuitman; S. II. Kumca
und C. F. Alexander.
rolling rlace, West
corni-r of Mauuakca i.nd rauuhi
Streets. Ius-puctorb of Election:, J.
L. Kaulukou, Chairman; Abraham
Bolster anu; W. K. Kalehuia.
SIXTH'DISTRICT, COUNTY OF
1st rrecinct. rolling Place, JNiliau
School Hou&e. liibpccluri of Elco
tion: J. B. Kaoincu, Chairman; J. W
Kealo und E. K. Nohokula.
2nd rrecinct. rolling place, Kckaha
School House, inspectors of Elec
tionl'p. Omstead, Chairman; J. r,
KaiaWnawa nud 1j. Kllaunno.
3rd precinct, polling place, Wal
mea Court. House. Imp'Ctors of
Election: C. B. Hofgaard, Chairman,
S. Makaih and A. Bomkc.
4th precinct. Polling place, Hanape
pe School House. Inspectors of Elec
tion: H. H. Brodie, Chairman; J. K.
palama and Waller D. McBrydc.
5lh precinct, lulling place, Koloa
Court House. Inspectors of Election:
David Kapahec, Chairman; Jas. Kula
and Hy. Blake.
Gth rieeinct.. rolling' place, Lihuc
Court. Iouse. Inspectors" of Elec
tion: H. Di Wishard, Chairman; M'.
K. Kanik.anilna and E.vdo Lacy.'
!..- It!.-. ( -l-
roiling Place, ourt
Inspectors of Elec
tion: J. W. Ncal, Chairman; L. K.
Kaumualil and S. W. Moheula.
8th rrecinct. lulling place, Govern
ment School, House, Kilauca. Inspec
tors of Election: Jas. L. Huddy,
Chairman; I, M'Cox and Robert
Dili rrecinct. rolling rlacc, Waioll
Court House. Inspectors of Elec
tion: C. H.. Willis, Chairman; H. K.
KaLcho and C. B. Makre.
GEO. R. CARTER.
Secretary of the Territory.
C. R. BUCKLAND
The Capitol, Honolulu, October 1st,
The FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Charles M. Cooke . .President
W. T. Robinson Vice President
C. D. Jjufkin. . . . .' Cashier
Directors R. A. Wadsworth,
D. C. Lindsav.
Transacts a general baukiug bus
Draws Exchange on the- United
States, England, France, Germany,
Canada, China, Japan and Honolulu
Makes collections promptly and at
reasonable rates. '
ALLOWS INTEREST ON DE
Loans money on approved personal
Special arrangements with out of
town depositors whereby their checks
will be paid in Honolulu at par.
FIRE INSURANCE! FIRE INSURANCE!
Tie Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Undor tho Laws
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS $70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones. . ..... . .Vice-President
C. II . Cooke , Cashiei
F. C. Atherton. . . .Assistant Cashier
Henry Waterhouse, E. D. Tonney,
J. A "McCandless, C. H. Atherton,
13. R Bishop.
Tinusnct a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
Hollister Drug Co.
HONOLULU, H. T.
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY oithe Article..
All first class stores hahdle
Songs of Hawaii
In Book Form
A, rare and beautifu collection
of old and new HawaiianSbngs
and' Hulas. Some never before
published. Charmingly illustra
ted with typical Hawaiian scenes.
Price, $1.50, postpaid. Order
direct from the publishers, tho
Bergstrom Music Co
Box 570, - solum;
GRAND JURY PROCEEDING,
(Continued from Pago 1.)
In the matter now brfure this
Courtr relating to the. report of th
Grand ijury, it is the opinion of th6
Court that, having been in session
since the 14th day of the present
month, sufllcieut time was devoted to
dispose of certain matters concern-
ing the public hns been acted upon
and should be reported.
''Jyow the matter yet to be noted
upon and investigated, as stated in
the report presented is that which
refers to the Clerk's ofllce of the
Coyrt, It is tho opinion of the Court
that, if the Grand Jury have grounds
for irregularities in this department
of the Judiciary, then, it is proprr
and It is the duly of tho Grand Jury
to report that they have, reason to
believe that such irregularities exist,
and on receipt of this information, it
will then bo the duty ot the Court to
direct and order the Government to
examine all records" and account
books, of the olBco 'under suspicion
according to law. From the findings
of tho Auditor, if giounds present
themselves tliat will warrant' an in
dictment being found, tho Grand
Jury will be charged accordingly.
"Now therefore the Grand Jury is
hereby ordered to report all matters
and things already acted upon by
them and not as yet presented to
this Court; and upon all matters
under suspicion and which require
expertingof the accounts: the Grand
Jury is hereby ordered to also report
to this Court the existence of any
and al irregularities exjsting in any
of tho departments with such rec
ommendations as the Grand Jury
may deem bcst to make to this
Tho Court then verbally instructed
the Grand Jury to make the report
above called for, at 9,30 on Thursday
On Thursday morning, upon the
opening of Court, the Grand Jury
appeared and presented their final
cport, a' voluminous document which
will appear in full in tho News next
week, being crowded out this week,
by want of space. The principal
points of tho final report are criti
cismsof the Wailuku Sugar Co. with
reference to tho public roads,
severe criticism of the police depart
ment and recommendations that two
Steers bo suspended, suggestions
incerning Market street and a new
fish market, and a recommendation
tha.t the Tcj-riforial Auditor be re
uesteu to examine the books of the
Clerk of tho Circuit Court, which the
Grand Jury report to have found in
an unsatisfactory condition, and
further recommending that the clerl
be suspended pending tno inves
tigations of the. Auditor.
Tho Court upon receiving tho re
port, ordered it filed, 'and stated
that he would make an immediate
qrder suspending the clerk, as sug
nested, and that the other rccom-
mpndatjons in the report would re
coive his attention ic once. Ho then
discharged tho Grand Jury, in tho
Gentlemen of tho Grand Jury. I
thank each of you for having, under
taken to perform the said dutie.- in a
manner most satisfactory and pleas
ing the Court, as your report shows
In discharging you for the term, it
may bo that some of your may be
impanelled &gain, in which case the
experience you have gained at this
session may enhance the usefulness.
of the institution of the Grand, .Jury
in your midst, and make it tan Jn
stitution of Justine and -Equity and
not ono of oppression,
Gentlemen, , you are discharged
for the term,
Oct. 2 Alameda S. F
13 Siena Colonies
14 Doric S. F,
" 1G Coptic ...Yokohama
' 17 Nebraskan ...S. F,
" 21 Aorangi Colonics
" 22 Nippon Mam S. F,
23 Alameda S. F.
24 America Maru. ,'. .Yokohama
29 Siberia ." S. F.
5 China'. Yokohama
0 Siberia ,S. F.
7 Alameda...' S. P.
13 Sierra S. F.
14 Ventura Colonies
11 Doric.....' Yokohama
1 Coptic S. F.
21 Aoraugi Victoria, B. C.
Nippon Maru Yohohama
" 24. America Maru S. F.
" 27 Nebraskan..
" 23 Alameda S. F
" 29-Siberia , Yokoham
Burt's Bagasse Furnace,
1 III; Tin II rt Ml V - 1
Burglar and Fire
We have just
JViARVINlSAFB CO'S safes. These safes,
are considered the very bqst made.
The public are invited to inspect the
exhibit at our Hardware Department.
Thep. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
The ATTENTION of the The Maui
trade is specially invited to tho full
lino of HACKS, BtTGGIES, RUN
ABOUTS and two-whcclcrs carried
G. Schumann, Ltd.
Now located in the Alexander Young Building, and having by far the
finest Parriago Repository m the Islands.
agents for STUDEBAKER MFG Co.
G. SCHUMANN, Ltd.
grow ww w wwmrorof mm w ww wwww w wmyi 5
e Developing ' 3
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Wo have the facilities fordoing good
work and we huvo the ability to please
Send your films and plates to us and
not a detail will be lost in printing or
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NEW STORE ON FORT STREET , HONOLULU..
THE BISMARK STABLES OF WAILUKU
New Buildings, New Riqs, New Teams, New Maqaoement.
Tho K XM Akk STAR PR fft nnnnnoQ In run'
a saw a win m a a a a a.
the Leading Livery Stable Business on Maui.
LIVERY, BOARD and SALES STABLES
HACKS, Carriages, Buggies and Saddle Horses
at all Hours. A New System of Press Buttons.
l'Jcw nnd first class riffs
THE FIDELITY INSURANCE CO., LTD.
Capital Stock $100,000
Laws ol lUo Territory of Ilnwall ,
This Company v.'ill act as your Bondsman.
Surety Bonds on all Approved Plans.
Porsons (ioiaiPi'isltons of trust whoro Honda arc requlrod, eltlier ns Clerks, County
Officlals.orluCouitT l'ltoui;i:i)lXGR, as Ailmlnlatrntors, Guiircilaurt, lixecutors. Itccelvcrsi
etc., or Liquor License, can avoid n'Ulug
any of tuo Io!;owlu:; J.ocul Agents of tno Company.
a. L. M. Vetlesen, Lahalna; D. K. Case, Wallukuj V. 0. Aiken, Pala; N. Orr.sted,
H. R. Hitchcock, Pukoo, Molokal.
FIRE INSURANCE, also given careful attention by uny ot thi a' ovo Lccal Agents.
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BMMETT MAY Manocf, llonohilu.
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received a li'e assort-
BISHOP St., HONOLULU v i
A a a v WI JS1WFWV frV Ul;
find r,fams. nnd nMmnnt.nnh flrlvnv
their friends to bo thuir Hondsmam by npplyluj to.