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Maui butter is scarce, owiuu; lo the
prolonged dry spell prevailing duriug
Give the News a whuck otyour job
work, iustcad of seeding it away
from the Island.
Labor day was celebrated on Maui
as a legal holiday, but all business
houses were open.
Puunene District was well repre
sented at the dance given at Lahaina
last Monday eveniug.
The light wiue nd beer license of
A. I. tender at Kauumi has been
iieweu tor another year.
A full account of the proceedings
of the Republican Convention will be
found on the first page of this issue.
The home rule Muui convention
meets at the skating rink tonight lo
nominate candidate!) lor the legisla
ture. The old News olliee has oeea rent
ed for a barber chop, aud the entire
front of the block is lo be repainted
The early part of the week was
unusually quiet in VVailuk j, owing to
the aNsenceof so many to the Lahai-
ua convention. I
The early days of t he week were
unusually sultry on Maui, owing
doubtless to the hot tur generated at
the Lahaina convention.
It is claimed that large quantities
of sake are stored on Maui, awaiting
consumption on arrival of the news
Ot the fall of Port Ai tuur.
Subscribe for the Maui News, if i
you happen to be reading this loea1
in a borrowed paper, and thus help
to buiul up a newspaper worthy of
Theyopeningof U'ds for the con
struction of the Pu'idlua to Mohea
Road, Haua District, has been post
poned from September 7 to Septem
ber 14, 1904.
The W ailukus' failed to show up at
Wells Park for last Sunday's game,
The Siars and Kahultii's are booked
for toinori ow, with prospects for a
raliliug good game.
The attention of the readers of the
News is specially invited to the late
'wirelens news from Houolulu, which
'will hereafter constitute an attract
Vie feature of the "paper.
The Paia Saloon was burglarized on
Wednesday night, the chango in the
till and considerable liquors being
takeu. A few evenings before, a Jap
anese store was broken iuto at Paia.
Toe Haiku Fruit aud Packing Co.
Las made a decided hit with its pine
apple jelly, which is better than any
coast jelly. Keep your money at
home aud order pineapple jelly from
Laud is being cleared at TJIupala
kua for another pineapple plantation
on Maui. There are also belts of
land out Huelo way which would
make tine and profitable pineapple
TVio viiilt; of flnvoi-nnr Cartpr to
Maui on a tour of inspection should
prove of extreme value, notwith
standing tho fact that even in Wailu
kuthe knockers have their hammers
out. Spot them.
Mauy mango trees in Wailuku
which failed to fruit this spring on
.account of unusually cool and rainy
weather are now producing belated
but none the less welcome crops of
. AaI !n!sMia in fin tjnua
Now that the new schoolhouse is
near completipn, steps should be
taken to build a stone wall along the
street extending the entire frontage
of school grounds. It must be done
some time and mlgi:t as well be done
A Japanese named Yolcoyama was
found drowned in a taro patch at
. WaikaDu on Wednesday evening. A
coroner's jury investigated the mat
ter yesterday, but had not rendered
a verdict at the time of going to
The committee appointed, by the'
Improvement Association to foster
tree culture should, urge land holders
in Wailuku to plant mangoes, avoca
do peafs and banauas in their door
yards. Therq is always a scarcity of
these fruits on Maui.
The Wailuku Improvement Asso
tiation meeting wa called at tVe
Court House ou Thursday evening,
. but as the secretary wi3 absent and
were unavailable the nieetiu" aJ-
lourned subjeuf ito call.
WEEKLY WIRELESS SERYICe
j A new f. at lire has been added 2
to the News, which will hereafter J
fj receive every Friday the latest
world's news by wireless from j$
Honolulu. This was attempted Jt
i ouco before, but proved a failure. $
Now however, the wireless sys- 5
tem is working successfully, and
I on the first pai: of this paper?
and every Saturday' paper here 5
aftf-r will be found the worlds J
latest news from week to week.
At present dispatches will be re-
Yj wived up to 11 o'clock A. M. on J
J Friday, but on the arrival of the J
X new big drum cylinder press
which has been ordered from the
iast Friday afternoon dis
patches will be added, subscribe
Tfor the Nevp.
A Nws representative was fa-
vored with an interview with Dr. P,
H. Reese. Potont.it" of Al Koran
Temple, of the Ancient Order Nobles
of the Mystic Shrine, of Cleveland,
Ohio, while the party were en route
from Honolulu to Hilo, on Tuesday's
Originully there were about seven
ty in the proposed party, but the
stringency which has recently pre
vailed in the Slates, combined with
the counter attractions of the Rt,
Louis World's Fair, and an absurd
misapprehension ns to the heat pre
vailing on the Islands so reduced the
actual numfer of the parly that
there are only thirteen shiiners in
tho party. Oddly enough, they left
San Francisco August 13, and will
reach there on their return, Sep
tember tne 16. However there is a
fourteenth in the party, a sweet lit
tle girl baby which acts as a safe
talisman against evil genii.
The entire party express extreme
delitrht with their Island experiences
so far. As Dr. Keese expressed it,
thev expected great things, but
found 'them even greater than expect
ed. Extreme regret was also ex
pressed thit the party were unable
to include Maui in their trip. .
Dr. Keese, who is the only poten
tate and practically the leader ot the
party declares it his intention to re
turn to the Islands when he can
spend more time here.
Cleveland, Ch'cago, Peoria and
Cincinnati are represented in the
The Ancient Arabic Order, No
bles of the Mystic Shrine was or
ganized in New York about 30 years
yfsince by William J. Florence, the
actor and Dr. Flemings There are
now about 75 Temples with a mem
bership of 90,000. There is one torn
pie ou the Islands, Aloha Temple of
The present head of the order is
Dr. George L. Brown of Buffalo
whose official title is Imperial Poteu
tate of North America.
Noted Race Horse Dead.
Mome Uonnors is dead. To tho
average individual this may mean
little, but to those who have watched
racing here it means much, as neve
a more faithful race horse faced th.i
starter than Molli Cbnnors. Jn he
death her owner Bub Balleutine loses
a valuable animal, .and . the turf as
game a Hawaiian-bred racer as the
island nvty possibly ever see.
By the S. S. Kinau which arrived
in Lahaina Aug. 27, Mr. Ballentlne
received word from Puuwaawaa
Ranch, Konala, that the mare had
followed a band of stray horses into
the rough, uneven country and falle
into one of the many enormous lav
cracks which abound.
Wbeu Mollio was a three year old
her.owner rode her trial threequart
erg in 1:15 and three seasons ago at
Hilo she broke the track record for
half mile, covering the distance in 49
There has been and, probably wi
be only our Mollie Connors, and in he
death Mr. Ballentine sustains a loss
which he can never replace.
Two yuan ago, with a lame foot
she took four races, but the strain wts
too much and Balleutine decided to
withdraw her from tho islaud circuit.
She was sent up to Puuwaawaa to be
bred,, to Australian stork with the
hope that foals fiomtar 'would bo of
the same game disposition as Moliie.
IS THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THEbKCOND
udlelal Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. At
Cuainbein. Id Probate. In the matter ot the
Estate of William T. UeckwltU, deceased.
Notice to Crkditokh.
Pursuant to propor proceedings had in probate
that behalf, In re the estate of William T.
eeUwith, the undersigned, Worth O. Allien, ot
ukawao District, Maui, on the 10th day of
August, WH, was duly appolutod Administrator
itb :he will annexed, filed his bond, and qual-
Hied as such, and on the same day hBd Issued to
im Loiters of Administration with the will an
All creditors of said Estato nro hereby duly
notified to present their claims, duly authenti-
tod, and with the proper vouchors if any exist,
even it the claim Is secured by mortgage, tn the
uudersigned, either at his residence or -place of
business in said District of Mnkawao, Island ot
aui, Territory of Hawaii, within six months
from date of this notice (said date being the
dateof the first publication of said notice) oth-
wlse such claim, If any, will be forever bar
WORTH O. AIKEN,
Administrator: with the will annexed of the
Estato of Wllltum T. Uockwith.
Election of Officers.
At the annual meeting of the Maui
Land Co., Lt'd. held this week, the
following were elected to serve dur-
ig the ensuing year.
Young Fun Teung President
YeouLg loung. ...Sec and Treus
long long. Auditor
Wailuku, Aug. 15, 1904. l-3t.
Monday, September 5th, Labor
Day, Being a Legal Holiday, I here
by direct that all Public Oflicrs be
G. R. CARTER
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii
Honolulu, Aug. 26th, 1904.
Tenders For Supplying Taro.
Scaled Tenders for the supply of
Taro far Lahainaluna Seminary will
be received at the office of the De
partment of Public Instruction, Hon
olulu, up to Monday, September 21st,
1904, at 10 A. M. The bidders must
be prepared to furnish a satisfactory
bond for One Thousand Dollars, for
the continued aud regular delivery of
the taro. Further information can
be obtained from C. A. McDonald,
Principal, Lahainaluna. The de
partment does not bind itself to ac
cept the lowest or any bid.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Superintendent Public Instruction,
Honolulu, September 3rd, 1904,
Portion of tu Road Pcaalcc to
Muoi.ea, Hana, Maui, T. H,
Proposals will be received at the
office of the Superintendedt of Public
Works. Honolulu. T. H.. until 12
o'clock m. of Sept. 7, 1904, for the
construction of a portion of the Road
Puaaluu to Muolen, District of Hana,
Maui, T. H..
.Plans and specifications are on Tile
at the office of the Asst. Supt. of
Public Works, copies of which will be
furnished intending bidders on receipt
of $5.00, which sum will be returned
to the bidder bfter he has deposited
his bid and returned the plans and
Proposals must be submitted on the
blank forms, which will be furnished
by the Aast. Supt. of Public Works,
and enclosed in a sealed envelope ad
dressed lo Hon.- C. S. Holloway,
'Superintendent, cf Public Works,
llo.mlulu, T. II.. endorsed "Proposal
for the Construction of a portion of the
Road Puaaluu to Muolea1, Maui, T. II.
E:ch proposal must contain t'nt-
full name of the party; or parties
making the same and must be ac
companied by.'a certified check 5
per cent of the proposal puyablo to
C. S Holloway. Supetintendeut of
Public Works as surety that if the
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 V.'orks, and
delivered at the office of the Super-,
intentlent or l-'uoiic Works previous
to 12 o'clock m. on the day specified.
Tho Superintendent reserves the
right to reject any or all bids.
The opening of tenders for con
struction of road Puaaluu to Muolea,
District of Hana, Maui, H. T. has
been pa-aponed to September 14,
1SI04, at noon.
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Publics Works
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Whekkas, the Act to provlilo a Government
for the Territory of Hawaii provides that a sa
eral election shall be held on the Tuesday ncit
after the first Monday in November, A. D. 1004
and that at least forty dny before any elect ion
the Governor shall lsue an election proclama
Wiiehkas, It Is provided in the Rules anu
Ungiilutlous for Administering Oaths and Hold
ing Elections that no chango vhall be made a.-,
to the boundaries ot any precinct within sixty
days of olection,
Now. TiiKHtrouK, In accordance therewith
I, George K. Cartor, Governor of the Territory
of Hawaii, hereby give notice that a general
eloction for a Delegate to tho House of Rcprei
eututivos of tho United States to serve during
tho Fifty-ninth Congress, and for Senators anu
Representatives of tho Legislature of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, will be hold on Tuesday," Nov
ember 8th, A. D. Ittil, throughout tho Territory
between the hours of 8 o'cloblt a. m. und .',
o'clock p. m.
The Senatorial Distriou are as follows!
Finsi DiSTUICT The Island of Hawaii;
Second Distinct Tho Islands of Maui,
Molokai, Lanal and Kahoolawe;
TiitHD District The Island of Oahu;
ruuniu uisTKicT The Islands of aual
The electors In tho said Senatorial District
are entitled to elect Senators as follows:
In the Second District two.
Tho Rt-proreutatlvo Districts, Registration
Precincts and Polling Places ure as follows:
Islands of Maul, MoloUul, Lanal and
First Precinct-Tnnt portion of Molokul con
sisting of Kalawao and Knlnupapa.
Polling Place Kalaupapa Store House.
Second Precinct That portion of Moloki
bounded on the east by Honoultwal and Hal
wa, and on the west by Kawcla and tho First
Polling Place Pukoo Court House.
Third Precinct That portion of West Maui
lying between the lands of Waikapu In the Dis
trict of Wailuku and the lands of Houokawai In
t;ie District of Kuauopuli.'
Polliug Place-Circuit Court House at Luha!
"-'"--iuiiifflniiiii 01 west Maui
lying between the lands of Hunakaoo and Wai
hee, liuowu as Kaanapall.
Polllug Place Houokuhau School House.
Fifth Preeinct The Island of Lanal.
Polling Plaeo Kaholepalaoa Store Houss.
Sixth Preclnct-That portion of the Distrioi
of Wailuku lyjng south of Walluk.i Stream and
west of a lino running from the mouth 01 Wai
luku Stream southly along the sand hills to
Maalaoa Bay and including the Island of Ka
Polling Place Clrciii Court House at Wui-
Seventh Precinct Thut portion of the Di
..... -uuu uj, luu SiXia rrecinct, tne sea,
the Undaof Pulehuniil. Ksllallnul, Knilus, Ho-
kuuliiUamakuupoko und the sea.
Polllua Pluce Sugar Room at Puunene Mill
1.M.rVith 0..n. .!.. . .1 ... ... .. . .
.h.u ,ut,ul,i mm portion or Kuia on
East Muui lying west of a line running from
Honuaula to the north boundury of Pulchunui
on the line of the two hills, Puuo Kali and Puu
Polling Plaoe-Hospital Building at Ki'hcl.
Ninth Pieolnot The remainder of Kuia and
that portion ef Humukuapolio lying southwest
of the Malilto Gulch aud mauka of the road run
niug from Kaluanui to the Makuwao Jail and a
line in extension thereof.
Polling Place Kealuhou School llotso.
Tenth Precinct The remainder of Hmaltua
poko and that portion of Hatuakualoa lying
wesionuo Halohaku Sireuin.
Polling Plaeo Hamakuapoko Mill. . ;
Eleventh Product - That portion of Kast
Maui lying between Halchaku and Opuola
Polling Place Huilo School House.
Twelfth Precinct That portion of Hart Maui
lyjug butwoen Opuola aud Kaupaula Streams.
Polling Place Keauae School House.
Thlrteoenth Preclact-The District of Hana
lying between the Districts of .Kpolau aad Ki
hulu. Polling r lace-Haua Court House.
Fourteenth Prociuct-The District of Kipa-
hulu. , .
Klpahulu 3ohool Hou-e.
FiftuiiatJi Pi-hoinct Tlat . portlou "of East
Maul lying west or tat OmtVict of JCuupo and
south ot Products Eight and Nine.'
PolliDg Plaeo llanuaula Court House.
sixteenth Product The western portion of
MoloUal lying wcstol tho Sucoud Product and
south ot the First Precinct.
Pulling Place Kaunakaltal School House.
Seventeenth Precinct That portion of Mole-
kal lylug bast of the Sucoud Precinct.
Polliug Place Halawa School House,
Eighteenth Precinct That portion of the
District of Wailuku lying between the Wailukj
Stream and the Fourth Precinct.
Polling Place Walhee School House.
Nineteenth Preciuct That portion of tho
District of Koolau lylug between tho Twelfth
aud Thirteenth Precincts.
Pulling Place Nahlku school He use.
Twentieth Product That portion of East
Maui kuown n the District of Kaupo.
Polling Place Kaupo school House.
Tbeoloctors iu the foregoing UepresontallTes
District ore entitled to tlect Representative
In tho Third District sis;
In Testimony Whkukjk, I have hereunto o
my hand and saused tho of the Territory of
Hawaii lo be antsed.
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