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Tno water hydrant for Wailuku
are about all in pluce.
Dr. Edward Armitae has & pro
tessiouul card of office hoars in this
The Wuilukus and Kahululs are
scheduled to ploy bull at Well's Park
"H. M." advertises for a second
hand rolltDpdesk. See udver'.isement
Tha Sacred Heart school at Lahai
na in clii'jte of Father Wendelin will
The Wailukus forfeited last Sun.
days ball iramcfi the yortiiiig Stars
.by non appeurnnce.
A "By Aj'nority" rail for tender
i lor ?aro to he supplied to Lahaina
luna ppnrs in this issue.
Giv the Nkws a chance at your
job work, unless, that is, you need
Uo.sebu.ll league Drint'nc.
Monday is Labor Day, and has been
declared public holiday by procla
nation of Governor Carter.
A scries of luaus will be prepared
for Governor Carter and party dur.
ing their itineracy on Maul
Mr. V. G. Morton uueceeded Mr,
M. L. Decker as mixologist at the
Maui blo'ul bar on September 1.
A party of shriners from the mid
die western states were passengers
by Tuesday's Kinau for the Volcano
Hustpd' new directory for the Is
lands has been received on Maui, and
will op distributed curly noxt week.
That portion of the election pro'
clamaiion relating to Maui, Molokai,
Lanai and. Kahoolawe appears in this
A large contingent of Maui dele
gates, to tho Hilo convention em
barked on Tuesday's Kinau, returning
home this morning.
. Remember that- next Thursday
night is the regular monthly meeting
of the Improvement Association, and
be sure to be present.
The Kaamainas and young people
of Waikapu will hold a meeting this
Saturday evening tj hear a talk on
the live topics of tho day.
' See Dr. Snnford's optical ad this
week. The classes through which
this local was written were supplied
by liiui. and thev are ailriglit,
The effort to fit up new quarters
and run an extra two page sheet the
simo week must arxilogize for the
short comings in this week's issue
If you wan, a smoke ynu can get it
most anywhere, but if you want the
I a. 1 . . I . r rw vn, I MT1 1 1
OeSu HIIIOKC lu utr uau til wnu jw
have to call at. the Maul Hotel office
The Maui Boird of Registration
leave for Molokai on next Tuesday
morning's Likelike, and begin work
on Maul, September 14, at the Olo
The Niws is now comfortably es
tabiished In its new quarters, with
plenty of elbow room and fresh air
consequently is much better prepared
to dispense "hot air.
The News is begining to reap the
benefit- of its pleasure In Assisting in
keeping up the base ball enthusiasm
by seeing displayed a poster of the
Schedule of games, printed in Honolu
Victonno Maceda, one of the stone
masons on the school building, has
specimen of his work on exhibition In
Jp' windows of Hoffmann and
Weights' store. The cup is hand
tooled of Maui Bluestone.
The Aloha Saloon is the head
quarters foi base ball enthusiasts and
Other sports. A full line of standard
brands of liquors, beers and soft
drinks are had, served at the tight
temperature. See Ad in this issue
Sinca Mr. T. B. Lyons -returned
from the coast, he is getting down to
business, and has sensibly put an ad
in the Niws concerning the Aloha
where he and his genial assistants are
always on hand to make things plea
gant for their guests
One of Wailukus' residents who is
the possessor of an opal was asked by
a representative of a Honolulu house
to set a price upon the jewel, which
the owner refused to do. Five hun
dred dollars and possibly mere would
have been pr.ld for the gem
Now that the hydrants are in place
the government should get a move on
and send us three hose carts and fif
teen hundred feet of hose, two for
Wailuku and one for Knhului. Coin
fortable bousing can be found for them
until our new fire department build
ing is erected.
Tho Convention Returns.
The result of the Republican Terrl-
ortul Convention held at Hllo, Sept
1 and 2 1904, was received at Wailuku
Tbeye wt.re sixty eight delegates
resent in person and sixty proxies
H. L. Hol8tinof Kohala was elect
ed permanent chairman, Moses Na-
uina Secretary: W. J. Coelho Inter
reter, Willie Crawford, Sergent
Alex. Robert-ion was elected chair
man of the platform Committee, and
Sam Enlama, chairman of the com
mittee on Credentials.
The platform was adopted uuaii
imously after a rousing speech by T.
McCains Stewart over which the
convention weut wild with excite-
Jonah Kuhio Kalaniahaole was unan
imously re elected Delegate to Wash
ington, He was estorted to the plat
form by Messrs Robertson and Crabbe
while the band f t. ved Hawaii Ponoi.
The Executive Committee elected
was as follows:
Joseph P. Cooke, Maui; S. L. Des
ha, Hilo; E. A. Frazier, Muhukona;
W. W. Harris, Sum Johnson, John
Lane and D. Douglas of Honolulu, and
W. H. Rice Jr. Kauai.
After ths convention adjourned a
big luau and natification meeting was
Dr. Armitagp, F H. Jordan, H
M. Coke and J. N. K. Keola, mem
bers of the Alpine Club of Wailuku,
have make their attack on Haleaka
kula. The charge was made betweei
the hours of 9:00 p. m., and midnight
on Saturday August 27, and 3:30 a
m. and daylight Sunday morning.
Whether thev can say as did
Ceasar, "I came, I saw, I conquered,
remains to be found out. The climb
ers left here Saturday morniug a
bout 7:30 a. m. and arrived at Little
Flea Cave at 9:00 p. m. where a halt
was made for supper, after which an
ascent to summit was made to watch
the cloud effects by raooulight unti
midnight, returning to the cav
for a two hours sleep.
At 3:30 another ascent on horse
back was made, the imeution bt-inu
to take la the sunrise and proceei
dowu into the floor of the crater ami
camp there until Monday morning.
The motion to proceed into the
crater was lost, so the oartv it
muined at the summit viewing the
sunrise; and panoramic landscape of
Maui. Molokai and Hawaii. Th
party returned to vvaiiuKu at i:m p
m. Sunday evening.
some trouoie ana iieiay on the u
trip was naa oy one Ol ine tiorse.
hitched to the surrey becoming baul
ky. He was takenlout of the traces am
another horse belonging to one of the
party being substituted. The camp
fire of the Alpiners was plainly visi
ble in Wailuku. H. M. Coke will hav
charge of the next expedition of ihe
Alpine Club which Yvill probably be
up Waiheo valley or Ukumehama
Miss N. A. Holden has returned
from a delightful journey. Soon afte
the commencement of vacation she
sailed for Hilo with severnl friends,
and weut directly to Kilauea. For
nearly two weeks she remained at
the Volcano House, and then wen
over to the other side of the island
and took passage on the Mauna Loa
for Maalata Bay. Arviviug to Wai
luku, she made preparations tor
trip to Ukelele where she rested for
nearly four weeks. Then she ascend
ed Haleakala with several friends
and witnessed a glorious sunset.
There was a' magnificent sunrise
the next morning. It was so chilly
at Ukulele and Haleakala that
good fire was needed every dav
Thick clothing was a necessity, an
cracks at tho door were carefully
packed full. There were eight in the
party on tbe mountain, inouding rep
resentativesof several nationalities
Among them was a graduate of
Booker T. Washington's School, and
plantation melodies were sung. Miss
Holden has passed the. last three
weeks at Wai'uku.
Precinct Club Organized.
Kahakuloa Valley U tbe latest dls
triathaard from to fall into the line
with an organized club. The club
was organized last Monday eveuin
with thirty members enrolled, which
Is practically all of the- voters of th
The Club is to bo known as the
Kahakuloa Repubicau Club.
A secondhand rolltop desk in good
ondilion. State dimensions uud
price asked. Address: "B M."
Maui News, Wailuku.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OP THS SECOND
Judicial Clroult, Territory of Hun-all. At
Chambers. In Probate. Id tho matter of tbe
Estate of William T. Dock with, decoasud.
Notick to Cukditobs.
Pursuunt to proper proouedlnifsbad In probate
In tbat behalf, In re tbe estate of William T.
Doekwltb, the undersigned, Wortb O. A ikon, of
Alukawuo District, Maui, on the loth day of
August, I9U4, was duly appointed Administrator
ltb the will annexed, Bled his bona, and qual
ified as sucb, nod on tbe lame day bad Issued to
lilm Letters of Administration with tbo will ao-
All oreditoni of said Estate are hereby duly
notiHod to present their claims, duly authenti
cated, and with the proper vouchers If any elist,
even If the claim Is iteeiirod by mortgage. In tbe
undersigned, eltner at his residence or place of
business (u said District of MaUnwao, Island ol
Maul, Territory of Hawaii, wltbln six months
from date of this notice (said date being the
date of the firs', publication of said notice) oth
erwise suoh claim, if any, will be forever bar
Administrator with tha will annexed of the
Estate of William T. Beckwlth.
Election of Officers.
At the annuul meeting of the Maui
Land Co., Lt'd. held this week, the
illowiug were elected to serve dur
ng the ensuing year.
Young Fuji Teuug.. ....... President
YeouLg Young. . . ..Sec'i and Treas
Wailuku, Aug. 15, 1904. 1 3i.
Monday, September 5th, Labor
Day, Beinga Legal Holiday, I here
oy direct that all Public Offices be
G. R. CARTEK
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii,
Honolulu, Aug. 2flth, 1904.
Tenders For Supplying To 10.
Scaled Tenders for lue supply of
Taro for Lahainaluna Seminary will
be received at the office of the De
partmentof Public Instruction, Hon
olulu, up to Monday, September 21st,
1904, at 10 A. M. The bidders must
( prepared to furnish a satisfactory
bond for One Thousand Dollars, for
the continued and regular delivery of
the taro. Further information can
be obtained from C. A. McDonald
Principal, Lahainaluna. The de
purtrnent noes uot bind itself to ac
cept the lowest or any bid.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Superintendent Public Instruction
Honolulu, September 3rd, 1904
Portion ok the Road Puaaluo to
Muoi.ka, Haka, Maui, T. H.
Proposals will be received at the
office of the Superintended! of Public
Works, Honolulu, T. H., until 1
o clock m. of Sept. 7. 1904, for the
construction of a portioo ol the Road
Puaaluu to Muolea, District of Hana,
Maui, T. H.
Plans and specifications, are on file
at the office of the Asst. Supt. of
Public Works copies cfc which will be
furnished intending biddetis on receipt
of I&.00, which sum. will, be returned
to the bidden af ter he has deposited
his bid aud. returned; the plans and
Proposals must be submitted on the
blank forms,, which will be furnished
by the Aast. Supt. of Public Works,
land euclosed in a sealed envelope ad
dressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway,
Superintendent of Public Works
Honolulu, T. H., endorsed "Proposal
for the Construction of a portion of the
Road Puaaluu to Muolea, Maui, T. H
Each, proposal must contain the
full name of the party or parties
making tho same and must be ac
companied by a certified check ' f
per cent of the propasal payable to
C. S Holloway, Supei iutendent of
Public Works as surety that if th
proposal be accepted a contract will
be entered into.
No proposal will be entertained
unless on the blanks furnished by the
Asst. Supt.- of Public Works, and
delivered at the office of the Super
intenuent or rublie Works previous
to Yi o'clock in. on the day specified
Tho Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Suprrin'iitii.lentof Publio Work
Honolulu, Vv .t iii?. 1!IH
13 V AUTHORITY
WnitiKAS, the Aot to provide a Government
for the Territory of Hawaii provides that a gin.
aral election shall be beld on the Tuesday ni
ftnr tbo Hr.H Monday lu November, A. D. I,4,
nd that at least forty days before anyeloctlon
kue Qjroroor shall lsue an election proclaim
Whshsas, It Is provided In the Rules n
Itegulations for Administering Oaths and Holu
lug Elections that no change shall be made u.-
the boundaries of any precinct within slxtj
ays of eloction,
Now. Thihkforb, In accordance therewith
George K. Carter, Governor of tbe Terrlioi.,
of Hawaii, hereby give notice tbat a genen
election fur a Delegate to the House of Reun
entatives of the United States to serve durliiK
tue Fifty-ninth Congress, aud lor Senator! and
Representatives of the Legislature of -the Ter
ritory of Huwull, will be iieiu on Tuesday, Nov
ember 8tb, A. I), loot, throughout the Territory
between tbe hours of 8 o'clook a. m. and t
'cluck p. tu.
The Senatorial Districts are as followsi
First District Tbe Ilanu of Hawaii;
Second District The lsiauda of Maui,
Molokai, Lanal and Kanoolawe;
Third District The Island of Oahu;
Fourth District The Islands of .turn,
The electors in tho luld Senatorial Districts
are eutltled to elect Senators as follows:
In the Second District two.
Tne Rcprercntatlve District, RegistraiU.L
Preoloots and Foiling Places aru as follows:
Islands of Maul, Molokai, Lanal and
Fln.1 Hreolnot Tnat portlou ut Molokai col
listing of Kalawao and Kalaupapa.
Pol Hug Pluce Kalaupapa Store House.
Second Precinct That portlou of Moluka.
bounded on the east by Hououllwat and lialu
w a, and on the west by Kawala and the Fits
Polling Place Pukoo Court House.
Third Product Tbat portion of West Mm
lying between the lands of Waikapu In tbe Dt.
trict of Wailuku and tbe lands of Houokawai t.
tue District of Kaanayali.
Polling Place Circuit Court House at Lahui-
Fourth Precinct That portion of West Muu
lying between the lands of Hunakaoo and Wat
beo, known as Kaanapall.
Polling Placo Honokahau Sotiool House.
Flftu Precinct Tbe Island of Lanal.
Polling Place Kabalepalaoa Store House.
Sixth Preclbot That portion of the Dlatrlc
of Wailuku lying south of Wailuku Stream am,
west of a line running from the mouth ot Wai
iuku stream soutniy along tbe aand hills u
Maalaea Bay aud including the Island of Ka
Polling Pluce Cirouil Court Bouse at Wai
Seventh Precinct Thut portion of tho Di-
trlct bounded by the Sixth Precinct, the sea,
the lundsof Puleliunul. Kallullnul, Kalluu, Ho-
kuula,.Hamakuupoko and the sea.
Polling Place Sugar Room at Puunone Mill
Eighth Product All tliut portion of Kula ol
East Maul lying west of a Hue running frou.
Honuaula to tbo north boundary of Pulehunii.
on the line of the two bills, Puu o Kail and Puu
Polling Place Hospital Building at Klbct.
Ninth Prcoinat The remainder of Kula ant.
that portion ef Humakuapoko lying soutbwesi
of the Mallko Gulch and mauka of the road run'
ntng from Kuluunul to tho Makawao Jail and a
line In extension thereof.
Polling Place Koulahou School Hotse.
Tunth Product The romnluUor of Hamakua
poko and thut portion of Hamakualoa lying
wuKtoftue Hslehaku Stream.
Polling Place Humakuapoko Mill. :p
Eleronth Product That portion of
Maul lying between Huluhaku aud Opuola
Polling Place Huelo School House.
Twelfth Precinct That portion of East Maui
lylug between Opuola and Kaupaula Streams.
Polling Place Keana e School House.
Thlrtoeenth Precinct Tbe District of Hana
lying between tbe Districts of :Koolau and Ki
Polling Place Hana Court House.
Fourteenth Precinct Tbo District of Kita.
Klpohulu School House.
riiteoutn f roclnct Tnat portion of East
Maut lying wosl of tbe District of Kaupo and
south of Preolnets Elgbt and Nine.
Polling Place Honuaula Court House,
Bixteootn Preclnot The western portion of
Molokai lying west of the Second Precinct and
south of tbe First Precinct.
Polling Place Raunakakai ricnool House.
Seventeeutb Precinct That portion of Mole.
kat lying east of the Second Precinct.
Polling Placo Hulawa School House.
Eighteenth PreduotThat portion of the
District of Wailuku lylug between the Wailuku
Stream and the Fourth Preclnot.
Polling Place Watheo School House.
Nineteenth Preclucl That portion of tbe
District of Kooluu lying between the Twelfth
and Thirteenth Products.
Polling 1'laoe Nitblku school Hcuae.
Twoattutb Prudnci That portion of East
Muul known as the District of Kuupo.
Polllug Place Kaupo school House.
Th',lucUrs lu tbe forugolu j Representatives
District ire untitled to elect R-'prjiou'.ntlve
lu the Third District six:
IX Ti4TiMuy Wiisnaoi , I have horuunto se
my baud aud caned the scul of tho Territory of
Hawaii (a lie attired.
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