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Thk Republican Party
. of Maiti
- For Vice-President
CnARLEs Warren Fairbanks.
lit For Delegate
Jonah Kohio Katnia.naole
Of the Republican Par
ty of the Territory of
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Article ii District Committees.
Section 1. There shall be a dis
trict committee in each represent
ative district, which shall consist
of delegates from the precincts of
; such district upon the basis of one
delegate for every twenty-five voters
or fraction of twenty-five votes cast
in the precinct for the Republican
candidate for Senator receiving the
highest numbers of votes in his
precinct at the last preceding gen
eral election; Provided that when
ever .after dividing said Republican
vote by 25 there is a remainder of
15 Or more, then the precinct is en
titled to an additional delegate,
but 'each precinct shall be entitled
to at least one delegate to said dis
trict Committee, although the Re
publican vote as aforesaid in said
'inct shall be below 25. The
" v jmGeTol delegates to which each
precinct is entitled to be computed
and published by the district com
mittee bi-ennially in the month of
June in the call for the election of
" delegates to the district committee.
Upon a failure to issue such call,
' tie Territorial Central Committee
, Sec. 2. The district committee
:sball serve until the election of a
; new district committee, such elec
tion io be held on the first Satur--fday
of August immediately preced
y rug the general eletion for Senators,
and the committee so elected shall
pieet for organization on the second
Friday of August at a place to be
designated in the call for such pri
" . Sec. 3. The district committee
shall be charged with the general
care and supervision of the party
within its district. It 6hall take
euch measures as it may deem, ex
. pedient to secure the organization
and maintenance of a precinct club
in 'every precinct and to secure the
co-operation of Republican voters
, ' with party workers, and shall have
charge of all campaigns within its
'district; it shall call all primaries
at such times as shall be fixed by
law, or the Territorial Central
Committee; it shall decide all dis
putes in said district; and if any
precinct club shall fail to elect its
full quota of delegates, or in case
oi a tie vote or vacancy it snail e
. lect a delegate from said district
; who shall serve for the term, or un
til another election is ordered and
decided; and nominate candidates
for the House of Representatives.
See. 4. Tho nomination of can
didates for Senators in districts
where the representative andsemv
torial districts are not co-extensive
thall be made by the several dis'
Irict committees within such sena
tiirial district sitting jointly.
Sec. 5. The officers of each dis
trict committee shall bo a chair
man, vice chairman, secretary
trcil'surer, and an executive com-
smittee to consist of one member from
ejach precinct to be appointed by
tihe chairman on the nomination o
tho precinct delegates, and the
chairman, secretary and treasurer
of the district committee.
Sec. 6. These officers shall dis
charge the duties of their respective
offices. They shall serve during
tho term of the district committee
and until their successors are elect
ed. Sec. 7. The district committee
shall meet at such regular times as
it may fix, and at special times up
on call of the chairman, or exec
uti ve committee, or by the chair
man upon the written request of se v.
en members of the district commit
tee, or upon the call of the Territo-
rial Central Committee.
Sec. 8. For special meetings due
notice shall bo given each member
in advance, or notice by postal
card shall bo mailed to each mem
her by the secretary three days in
advance of such meeting.
bee. 9. One-third on the entire
membership shall constitute a quo
rum. Sec. 10. The executive commit
tee shall elect its own oflicersy , but
the treasurer of the district com
mittee saii be the treasurer of the
I executive committee. It shall car
ry into effect the orders and resolu
tions of the district committee; it
shall have general supervision of
the committee's finances, audit the
treasurer's annual report, recom
mend dates and places for holding
primaries, provide for and have
the custody of the headquarters of
tho district committee; have charge
of the distribution of patronage, re
port at each regular meeting upon
all matters previously referred to
it for consideration or action; re
commend such measures as it may
deem expedient for the welfare of
the party in the district; and un
less otherwise ordered by the dis
trict committee, shall have entire
charge of and supervision of the
conduct of campaigns. A majori
ty shall bo a quorum for all pur
poses. Sec. 11. Appointments to pub
lic office shall be recommended, as
far as practicable, upon the en
dorsement of a majority of the exec
utive committee of the precinct
club to which the applicant belongs
and the executive committee of the
Sec 12. A proxy may be given
by a member of a district commit
tee to a member of any precinct
club in the district. No member
of the district committee shall
hold more than two proxies.
Article vi. General Provisions.
Section 1. No person shall hold
the office of District Committeeman
or District Committeeman and
County Committeeman' or Territo
rial Central Committeeman and
County Committeeman1 at the same
Sec. 2. No member shall speak
longer than five minutes or more
than twice on any subject except by
a two-thirda vote of the body he is
Sec. 3. All resolutions shall be
reduced to writing and signed by
the member offering the same, up
on the request ot tne presiding
officer or any member.
Sec. 4. The rules as laid down
in Cushing's Manual shall govern.
Sec. 5. Whenever officers are e-
lected or delegates to county con
vention or district committees are
chosen by any precinct club, the
secretary thereof shallf forward
without delay to the Secretary of
the Territorial Central Committee
and to the recording secretary of
the county or district committee,
in whose district the precinct is lo
cated, full returns of such election
Sec. 6. Each district committee
or county convention whenever it
elects officers, or nominates can
didates, and at each general elec
tion, shall make a report without
delay to the Secretary of the Ter
ritorial Central Committee.
Fee; 7. An appeal maybe taken
from any action of a precinct club,
or its executive committee, to th
district or county committee, and
irom any action oi a district or
county committee or its executive
committee to the Executive CA
POAONO, SEMATEMAHA 3, 1304.
mitteo of the Territorial Centra
Committee, and from its decision
an appeal may be taken to the Ter
ritorial Central Committee. In the
event of an appeal, the records of
such appeal, or a certified copy
thereof, shall be sent to the appel
late body, by the appellee's secre
Article vii. Amendments.
Section 1. These Rulesa nd Reg
ulations may be ame nded at any
regular meeting of the Territorial
Central Committee by a two-thirds
vote of the members present, pro
vided written notice of such a-
mendment shall have been given
at the last preceding regular meet
The following is the intinerary
of Governor Carter's official tour
of Man- tiR ri.rrnnced bv thecitl7pna
in the various districts:
Sept. 6, Tuesday, reach Lahai-
na. Katihcation meeting same
evening at Court house.
Sept. 7, Wednesday, A tour
of Lahaina town and Lahainaluna
to look into its needs. Public re
ception and luau at Court house
at 4 p. m.
Sept. 8, Wednesday, Grand
luau at Honolua at 12 o'clock
noon and address by the Governor
at 2 p. m. to the residents of Hono
kohau and Honolua.
Sept. 9, Luau and reception at
Kahakuloa at 12 o'clock noon
and reception and luau at Wai
hee same afternoon at Waihee 5
p. m., and at 7 p. m. address by the
Governor to the residents of Waie
hu and Waihee reaching Wailuku
at 10 p. m.
Sept. 10, Saturday Wailuku, re
ception to the Governor and suite
on the grounds of Manager C. B..
Well's residence. In the evening
the Governor will be requested to
address the citizens of Wailuku
from the steps of Kaahumanu
Sept. 11, Sunday and Sunday
night will be spent at Kulamanu.
Sept. 12, Monday morning a trip
through Kula breakfasting at Ere
hwon; luau and reception at Ma-,
kena at 4 p. m. returning to Ulu
palakua for the evening.
Sept. 13, Tuesday morning re
turn through Kula, reception, and
luau at Kealahou School at 12 m.
and spending the night at Kulama
nu. . j
Sept. 14, address by the Governor
to the citizens and school children
of the Makawao new School at. 10
Sept. 14, Luau and Reception at
Hamakuapoko or Paia at 5 p. m.
Sept. 15. Thursday, Grand luau
and Reception at noon Huelo
Store adjoining the residence of
Mgr. J. R. Meyers. The Governor
will be requested to address the cit
izens and children of Huelo and
Peahi at 4 p. m.
Sept. 16, Friday, the party will
ride overland, via the old road,
reaching Keanae at about 12 noon.
Grand luau and reception at 12
p. m. in Keanae Valley, and an o-
pen air mass meeting to the citizens
will take place at 3 p. m.
Sept. 17, Nahiku, Grand luau
and reception at the residence of
Hugh Howell at 12 o'clock. Ad
dress by the Governor and also by
some of Nahiku's leading citizens.
Leaving Nahiku over the new
road at 4 p. in. for liana.
Sept. 18, Sunday at liana.
Sept. 19, Monday, Reception 10
a in. to 12 noon, at the Court
House. Grand luau at tho New
Wharf at 1 p. in. The Governor
will !e request eu to address tne
citizens of the liana District after
Sept. 20, Tuesday, the residents
and tK-hool children of Puiki, Hauu,
and Koali will meet the Gover
nor at the Hauu School House
where an imformal reception will
be held at 10 a. m. At 4 p. m. the
ynr'y will be entertained by th
citizens of Kipahnlu at a luau giv
en by tho general public.
Sept. 21, Wednesday, Leave Ki-
pahulu for Kaupo early and reach
Kaupo School House at 12 noon,
where a reception and luau will
bo held by the citizens of Kaupo.
ine evening will be spent at
Antone Vicrra's and an early start
will be made from Vierra's on
Thursday morning up the Kaupo
gap through tho craterof Halenkala
Sept. 23, Friday, will bo devoted
by tho Governor and party to the
forest lands and other matters in
the Makawao forest belt.
Sept. 24, Saturday. Puuneno and
Kihei. Luncheon at Kihei with
Mgr. Jas. Scott and Grand recep
tion and luau at Puuneno in the
Sept. 25, Sunday. Wailuku.
Sept. 26, Monday, Reception at
Olowalu School House at 10 a. ni.
The Governor will be requested to
address the citizens and children.
Sept, 26. Wait at Lahaina for
U. 3. DEBTOR
' TO HAWAII
The following corrsepondence
passed between Delegate Kajania
naole and Governor Carter last
Honolulu, T. II., Aug. 25,
Hon. George R. Carter, Governor,
Territory of Hawaii.
Sir: As Delegate to Congress
from the Territory of Hawaii, I be
lieve I observe the official proprie
ties when I make suggestions that
directly affect my ability to serve
the Territory and are the result of
The methods of procedure in the
Departments, Committees and the
final determination by enactment
by Congress itself, are such I
would most respectfully request
you to officially direct the Auditor
of the Territory to at once make
up an itemized statement of the
moneys expended on Lighthouses
and buoys and their maintenance
by the Territory of Hawaii from
June 14, 1900, to the date the Fed
eral Government took over said
light-houses and buoys, and there
unto attach vouchers for each and
every item therein set forth, and
that said statement and proof,
through the proper Federal officer
stationed at Honolulu, be forwarded
to the Department in Washington
in control, with the request the a
mount shown be included in the es
timates to be presented and recom
mended to Congress at its coming
. Further, that duplicate copies be
furnished the Delegate with com
plete copies of correspondence.
I also requeat the same procedure
be at once had as to the moneys
expended by the Territory of Ha
waii in dredging Honolulu harbor
and channel from Juno 14, 1900, to
the date of the most recent expen
diture, bearing in mind the fact
that tho Federal Government does
not dredge berths or slips.
This method of presentation will
best bring these matters to the at
tention of Congress as being in re
gular order, having the recommen
dation of tho responsible depart
ments. Your Delegate can then advance
and work for these measures before
the Departments, in Committee and
and before the House.
The Delegate has another re
course by introducing House Rills,
in which he has tho promise of the
most effective aid, hut the above
course is preieraoie.
I desire to repeat the need of
1 beg to remain, sir,
Your obedient servant,
(Signed) J. K A L A NIANAOLE,
Honolulu, T. H., August 25,
lion. George R. Carter, Governor,
Territory of Hawaii, Honolulu
Sir: With others, I regard the
enlargement and deepening of Ho
nolulu harbor and channel the
imperative Federal Work that con
I am informed that the Depart
ment of Public Works has in pro
cess, or completed, plans and es
timates for this improvement.
such being the case, I suggest
they be forwarded through the pro-
per channels to the Secretary of
War, with your recommendations,
that they may be included in the
estimates presented by that Depart
ment of Congress.
The hydrographic map of Hono
lulu harbor, issued by the United
States Coast Survey, combined with
the Territory exhibit, should satis
fy the Department without a spe
cial survey. It should be remem
bered the Federal Government
never dredges berths or slips except
for its own accommodation.
Sllell a fnlirua u,tllll n.l tr n n.tn - .
preliminaries and aid the Delegate
to secure prompt results.
The bill for the survey of Hilo
harbor has already been introduced
and is now before the Committee
on Rivers and Harbors, and has
been partly considered by them,
and it is not unlikely an item will
be inserted in the estimates for
The bills for Public Buildings at
Honolulu and Hilo have been in
troduced and referred to tho Com
mittee on Public Buildings.
Chairman Gillet will require ab
solute proof of the necessity of
these buildings, and much data has
been furnished. The clyinces for
a building of moderate cost at Hilo
are better at the coming session
than a very expensivo one at Ho
nolulu. We havo promises of assistance
from friends of Hawaii in bo'th
Senate and House.
I beg tho honor to remain,
Aug. 25, 1904.
Honorable J. K. Kalaninanaole,
Delegate to Congress, Honolulu.
Dear Sir: May I acknowledge
your two favors of Aug. 25th, and
to state that I very much appreci
ate the attention you are giving to
the matters mentioned therein, and
will, of course, givo you my hearty
Lighthouses. I will at once re
quest of tho proper Territorial offi
cials an itemized statement of the
moneys expended on the light
houses and buoys with the expense
of maintenance from Juno 14, 1900,
and to furnish affidavits as to the
vouchers, which I deem it would
be improper for the Auditor to sur
render, as they form part of the re
cords of the Territory.
Harbor Improvements. The
same procedure will be taken in re
ference to the money that was ex
pended by the Territory of Hawaii
in dredging tho harW and chan
nel, exclusive of berths and slips,
since June 14, 1900.
The data in the bands of the
Department of Public Work in re
ference to the harbor improvement
is not in the shape that yon diire.
Rv this mail T am forwarding to
the Secretary of War a rc inept
that he authorize Lieutenant
Slattery to make a project for the
improvement of this harbor, which
can be done nwinjr to the data we
have in our possession, without
cost to the ar Department. If
this is granted, as soon ns it is pre
parcu i snau iac pleasure in in
forming you of Jhe fact. The pro
ject itself I presilmo will be sent to
the tiles of the War Department.
Very sirVrelv yours,
Registration of Voteri
Notice is hereby given tb
Board of Registration of tle
Judicial Circuit will meet at t
lowing locations on the dates I
hours mentioned for the refiia
Kakauinoa o na Poe Ko
Ma keia ke hoolabaia aku m
ho aim ka Papa Kakau Inos
A pan a Koho Calota Elua m
mau wahl i hoakakaia malalo
ma na la ame ka wa i hoomac
noke kakau inoa ana o na poe
(Leaven Lahaina by stoamer for
Sept. 8, 1B04.)
Tuesday Sept. t Wallau Steamer l
Tuesday Sept. 6 Pelckunu Steamer I
Wednesday Sept. 7 Kalaupap All
Thursday Sept. 8 Molokai Ranch 8 r
Thursday Sept. 8 Kaunakakai lp.m.i
Friday Eept. e Kamalo 8 a, m. to U a.
Friday Sept. B Pukoo 10 a. m. to 13 m.
Fi lday Sept. 8 Wallua 8 p. m. to 4 p. n
Saturday Sept. 10Halawa8a. m. to I
Monday Sept. 18 Pukoo 3 p. m. to 4, p.'
Tuesday Sept. 13 Kahalepalaoa 10 a.
Wedo ?sday Sept. II Olowalu Storo ?
Wednesday Sept. 14 Lahaina Ctfnrtt
m. to 4 . m.
Thursday Sept. IS KaanapaliC. Sti:
to 8 a. tn. ",' '
Thurs day Sept. 15 Honolua Ranch 1
Thurx.luy Sept. Ul'.onokobau Sebo
to 8 p. n.
Friday Sept. It Kahakuloa 8 a. m. '
Friday Sept. 18 Waihee School I p. I
Saturday Sept. 17 Wailuku C. Houi
3 p. m.
Monday Sept. 18 Paia Post Offleo 8
Monday Sept. 18 Hamakuapoko P.
to 8 p. m.
Monday Sept. 19 PauwelaC. Storo
to 3:30 p. m.
Tueada) Sept. 10 Peahl Behool 8 a.
Tuesday Sept. 20 Huelo School 11 1
Tuesday Sept. SO Kailua Ditch EU
to 4 p. m.
Wednesday Sept. 81 Wahlnepee 8 I
Wednesday Sept. 81 Keanae Post C
to 3 p. m.
Wednesday Sept. 81 Keanae Ditch
m. to 8 p. m.
Thur sday Sept. 33 Nahiku Store 8
Thursday Sept. 33Kacleku Store 3
Friday Sept. S3 Haua Courthouse 8
Saturday Sept. 84 Mokae Store 8 f
Saturday Sept. 84 Uaou School 1 1
Monday Sept. 88 Hana CourthotiHe
Motiday Sept. 88 Koali 1 p. m. to 8
Muaduy Sept. 38 Klpahulu Storo I
Tur.iday Sept. 87 Klpahulu Store I
Tuc day Sept 37 Kaupo School H
to p m.
Wednesday Sept. 38 Kaupo Bchoo
ni. to 10 a. m.
Wednesday bept. 38 Kahlkinul Ra
Thursday sept. 38 Ulupalakua 8
to 10 am.
Thursday Sept. 3D Makena 1 p. m.
Friday Sept. 3U Kookeu school 10 1
Friday Sept. 30 Pult-uu Nukluei ft
to 4 p. m.
Saturduy Oct. ) Makawao P. O. II
Saturday Oct. 1 Kaupakulua hcui
4 p. tu.
Monday Oct. 3 Kihei store 8 a. ni.
Monday Oct. 3 Puuneno Office 11 1
Monday Oct. 3 Kahiilut Depot I p.
Tuesday Oct. 4 Paia Plant's atora
Tuesday Oct. 4 Hamakuapoko P.
4 p. m.
Wednesday Oct. t Wailuku Qourl
8 p. ra.
Thursday Oct. Lahaina Courth
tu 8 p. m.
Friday Oct. 7 Wailuku Courlhoui
S. KAl'C, Lijnahoonia1t
W. F. CROCKETT,
l it.' Pana Kaki
A Convention of tbo T)s
rnittee of the Thir'J Itepi
District will be lit Id at Lai
House, Lahaina, ou ti;t.'
Sept., 1101, at ID a. m.; I
pobo of orgauiiii)' and no
candidates for the Senate
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