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Tho Likelike was s day late again
this week on her Tuesday run to
Plenty of cigars in town, but the
best smoke is to be had at the Maui
governor Carter and suite met a
brilitint reception in Wailuku last
ii'tye rlaiku Cannery is running this
toe pc hi and turning out a high grade of
canned pines and pine jelly.
Plant your avocado pear seed now
so that they will receive the benefit
of the fall and win tar rains.
Flags were at half mast in Wailuku
on Tuesday on account of the news of
the death of Samuel T. Alexander.
A proposition is being considered to
establish a caudy factory, in connect
ion with ice cream parlors in Wailuku
See Den Lyon's ad of the Aloha
Saloon in this week's issue, and then
drop around to the Aloha and see the
Much needed rains on central Maui
began to fall on Monday night, and
bave continued at intervals through
out tno weeK. yA
The Huelo Mill is being taken apart
hv William South. Engineer of the
Paciflo Sugar Mill, for the purpose
of removing it to Hawaii.
St. Anthony's School opened on
Monday, a week ago with an attend
. -nee of 150 boys. The need of an
. additional teacher is felt.
Secretary "Jack" Atkinson took
.in elaborate series of Views of Dick
Snurle's three-leireed calf. not for
' campaign purposes, however.
Give tho News a bid at your job
wo. k bufore i ou decide to send it to
VlniHilulu. This does not apply to
jjosters for league ball games.
. The water has been turned on in
the big ditch this week, which will
add millions to the cash value of Haiku
FaiaFuunene and Kihei Plantations
Road Supervisor John Kini gave a
poi dinner to bis, host of friends last
Saturday evening. After the dinner
dancing was indulged in till mid
An old fashioned luau was given at
the residence of Antone Borba on
Sunday by Police Officer Manuel
t,weK. to celebrate the birthday of
C. H. Judd ofParkerr Bncb,'wbo
'"-ought over fifteen head of horses
. lound readn.jaJu JotJleaL.t
Hamakuapoko. returned to Waimea
by Tuesday's Kinau.
The Church notices have proved &
popular feature of the News, and
additional notices are constantly be
ing received for all of which space
will gladly be given.
The importation of valuable stall
ions and brood marrs to Maui should
prove a profitable investment, as
there is a steady demand here for
saddle, road and draft horses.
Politics are red hot on Maui, and
sparks will fly from now till Novetn
ber 8. Political free concerts have
been planned for the republican cam
nain speakers, and posters will be
lly issued with places and dates.
Mr. Chas. Atberton, former assist--uiVashier
of the Bank of Hawaii
will take charge of the First Nation
al Dank of Wailuku during the ab
sence of Manager Lufkin, who leaves
tor the coast about October 1, to be
gone about a month or six weeks.
The Hilo Tribune has changed its
day of publication from Friday to
Tuesday of each week, and in last
week's issue contained an excellent
war map of Manchuria and Korea.
Under the editorship of J. Castle
Ridge way the Tribune is constantly
improviog in merit.
The following is a correct list of
officers of the sub-executive commit
tee of the Republican party on Maui:
H. P. Baldwin, Chairman; J. N. 11.
Keola, Secretary; T. M. Church.
Treasurer; A. N. Kepoikai, J. J.
Xewcoinbe, Edgar Morton. W. A.
McKay and Geo. O. Cooper.
The Board of Registration have
finished their work on Molokal, and
were atOlowalu and Lahaina Wed
nesday, at Kaanapali andHonoluaon
Thursday, Iabakuloo and Waihee
Yesterday, and will register at Wai
luku today, from 9 . m. to 3 p. m.
Registrations to date are: Molokal,
118;Lauai, 33; Lahaina andOlowalu,
240; Kaanapali and Honolua, 118;
Kahakuloal ?1 Waihee, 135; total.
,Q80, . -.C
S. T. ALEXANDER
News was received by wireless on
Mondaj evening of the sudden death
of S. T. Alexander in South Africa
as the result of an accident, on Sun
A cable was received in Honolulu
on Monday, stating that Mr. Alex
ander had gone on an expedition into
the country, and that a falling rock
had crushed his foot, rendering am
putation necessary. He survived
the shock of the amputation only
eight hours, and was buried at Cape
Town. His daughter, Miss Annie
Alexander, was with him at the time
of his death.
Mr. Alexander was born on Kauai,
October 29, 1836, and was married
to Martha E. Cooke, sister of C. M.
Co"ke of Honolulu, January 26, 1864.
His wife and four children, Julia,
Annie, Wallace and Martha, survive
him. After a college course at Wil
liams College he went to the gold
fields of, California. Returning to
Hawaii, he became a luna and finally
manager of Waihee Plantation. His
home was in the Alexander residence
where several of his children were
born. He was afterwards manager
of Haiku Plantation, and became a
partner with Hon. H. P. Baldwin
in Paia and in Makaweli. Several
years since the firm of Alexander
and Baldwin, of which he was the
senlop member, acquired a control-
tng interest in the Hawaiian Com
mercial and Sugar Co. For a num
ber of years past Mr. Alexander has
made his home in Oakland, Cal.
During the last few' years Mr.
Alexander became quite a traveller,
and visited many of the more noted
spots of interest in various parts of
.pthe world, and was planning to
low the footsteps of Hecry M. Stanley
through dark Africa at the time of
He never lost his aloha for the
Islands however, and was on Maui
last year, when he, with Senator C,
ti. Dickey and others made an as
cent of the mountains of North Maui
Stars Win from Kahuluis.
The game Sunday at Well's Park
was won by the Morning Stars in
the sixth inning although the Kahu
luis made a brave fight for the game
in the ninth, only failibg by one tally.
Cummiog s -two ild throws in the
fifth may have made the battle for
the Kabuluil Tiarder Than it would
other wise have been, but it was
nevertheless an uphill battle after
the fourth inning.
Morris made one of the prettiest
slides of the season in the fourth-inning.
He was pocketed good ami
strong but in the excitement of at
tempting to put him out between
first and second bases, saw his op
portunity and improved it making a
slide of possibly ten or twelve feet.
' The score by innings was as follows:
Stars 0 5 0 1 2 2 0 0 0-10
Kabuluis 10040000 49
Mr. C. Ah Nee and faraiiy moved
into their pretty new cottage on the
St. Cross grounds last week; and
entertained a number of their friends
on September S. .
Samuel White and Chung Loy have
entered the Honolulu High School.
Chang Loy is HviDg with his uncle in
Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Olsen returned
from Kihoi on Sunday.
While the Governor was in Lahai
na, Operator Kinney kept the Amer
ican tlag flying at the top of the lofty
PKaubikaua has removed to the
Island of Oahu.
C. K. Oana has removed to Kaa
Dr. Davision has a little daughter,
born on Monday.
Mrs. Alexander Isenberg and child
ren are at the Beach House.
Hans Dodeu, whose leg was broken
somu time ago, is getting uiony
Mr. Sturtevant is again on the
Lahalnaluna staff of teachers.
Mrs. Kia has . returned fuom Ho
There are about 210 children in
the Government School, and all the
rooms are well, filled. The number
present on the first day of the pre
sent term waft 189 , considerably
more than on, the coresponding
NOTICE TO WATER CONSUMERS
Noilce is Vero'iy, given that the
water supply from the main will be
shut otf tomorrow, (Sunday,) Sept.
IS, between the hours of 10 a. m.
and 2 p. m.
W. E. BAL,
Supt. W. & K. W. W.
Wailuku Sspt- 17, 1904.
Tenders For Supplying Taro.
Sealed Tenders for the supply of
Taro for 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 preparer! 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. McDfiiald,
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.
Registration ol Voters.
Notice is hereby given that the'
Board of Registration of the Secon..
Judicial Circuit will meet at the tu
lowing locations on tho dates and the
hours mentioned for the registratioi.
Kakuuinou o na Poe Kolio
Ma keia ke hoolahaiu aku nei c no
ho ana ka Pupa Kakau Inoa o kti
Apan.i Koho Balota Elua ma keu
mau wulii i hoakukaia malalo iho.
ma na la aine ka wa i lioomaopopoia
noke kakau inoa ana o na poe koi.j
(Leaves Luliiiiua by stenmor for Molokn.
Sept. 6, 1U01.)
Tuesday Sept. 0 Wallau Steamur whistle,
Tuesday Sept. 8 Pelcltunu Steamer whlstlel
Wednesday Sept. 7 Kalaupnpa All day.
Thursday Sept. 8 Molokal lluucli B a. m. to
Thursday Sept. 8 Kuunakakai 1 p. m. to 2 p. a.
Friday Sept. 0 Kutuulo 8 n. in. to 9 a. m.
Friday Sept. 0 Pukoo 10 a. m. to 12 in.
Frlduy Sept. 0 Wailua 2 p. m. to i p. m.
Saturday Sert. 10 Halawa 8 a. m. to 12 m.
Monday Sept. 13 Pukoo 2 p. m. to 4 p. m.
Tuesday Sept. 13 Kuhalepalaoa lUa. m. to
Wednesday Sept. 14 Olowalu Store 7 a. tn. to
,, Wednesday Septr H inlutina purthouse 10 a.
m. to 4 p. m. - " V '
.Thursday Sept. IS KaarupaUC. Store t a. m.
r Thursday Sept: M Honolua Ranch 1; p. m. to
Thursday Sept. 15 Houokohau School 4 p. tn.
to 0 p. m.
Frlduy Sept. 16 Kahakuloa 0 a. m. to 0:30 a. m.
Friday Supt.li) Waihee School 1 p. m. to 3 p.m.
Saturday Sept. 17 Wailuku C. House 8 a. m. to
Monday Sept. 19 Pula Post Office 8 a. m. to 10
Monday Sept. 19 Hamakuapoko P. 0. 11 a. m,
to 2 p. ni.
Monday Sept. lOPauwelaC. Store 2:30 p. m.
to 3:30 p. tu.
Tuesday Sept. 20 Peahl School 8 a. m. to 9 a.
Tiesdny Sept. 20 Huelo School 11 a. m. to 12
Tuesday Sept. 20 Kailua Ditch Store 3 p. m
to 4 p. m.
Wednesday Sept. 21 Wahlnepee 9 a. m. to 9:3U
Wednesday Sept. 21 Keanae Post Office 1 p. m
to 3 p. m.
Wednesday Sept. 21 Kennae Ditch Store 4 p.
m. to 0 p. m.
Thursday Sept. 22 N'ahtku Store 9 a. m. to 12
Thursday Sept. 2iKneleku Store 3 p. m. to 5 p
Frlduy S'.pt. 23 Haua Courthouse 8a. m. to 4
Saturday Sept. 24 Mokue Stores a. m. to 9 a.
Saturday Sept. 24 Haou School 1 p. m. to 4 p.
Monday Sept. 24 Huna Courthouse 8 a. m.to lo
Monday Sept. Si Koull 1 p. m. to 2 p. m.
Mouiay Ujpt. 20 lvipahulu Store 5 p. m. to 0
TuesO.uy Seyi. 27 Kipuhuiu Store 3 u. m. to '
Tuesday S'.Jt-V Iviupo Scaj.il Hjusoip. m
to i p. in.
Wuiluo. day Spt. 25 Kitupo li.stuwl House II a
ui. to IU v.. m.
Wednesday Supt. Si lvulilklnui It:tucb 1 p. m
to 2 p. m.
Thursday sept. 29 Ulupalakuu 8 School a', in.
to 10 a in.
Thursday Sept. 29 Makeua 1 p. m. to 4 y. m.
Friday Sept. 3U Keokca school 10 a. m. to 12 ax.
Friday Sept. 30 Pulehu Nuklhul store 3 p. a
to 4 p. m.
Siturdu; Oct. I Makawao P. U. 10a. m. to U
Salur.:uy O 'l. 1 Kuupakulua s.:hool2p. ax. to
4 p. ui .
Monday Oct. 3 ICihel store 8 u. tn. to 10 a. tu.
Muikhij (et. 3 i'uuuuu j Oitico II a. m. to 3 p.
Monday Oc 3 Kuhu'.ui Dopnt 4 p. ui. to S p.m.
Tuesday O. t. 4 P.iia Pluul'u sioro 10 a. ui to It
Tuesday O ".. 4 Huraukuupoko P. O. 2 p. m. to
4 p. m.
Wednesday Oct. 5 Wailuku CouVthousu 9 a. Q
3 p. tu.
Thursday Oct. II Lu'ialua Courthouse 9 a. m
to 3 p. in.
Friduy Oct. 7 Wailuku Courthouse 9 ft. m. to
S. KAIH, Lnnahooinulu.
Y.. F.. CROCKETT. '
Wiikeieas, tho Act to provide a GoTornment
for the Territory of Hawaii provides that a gen
eral election shall be held on the Tuesday neit
after the first Monday in November, A. D. 11 4
ami that at least forty days before any election
the Governor shall Issue an election proclama
WiiKitEAS, It Is provided in the Rules and
Regulations for Administering Oaths und Hold
ing Elections that no change shall be made as
to the boundaries of any precinct within sixty
days of olection,
Now. Thkbefoiie, In accordance therewith
1, George R. Carter, Govornor of tho Territory
of Hawaii, hereby1 give notice that a general
election for a Delegate to the House of Repres
entatives of the United States to serve during
the Fifty-ninth Congress, and for Senators and
Representatives of the Legislature of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, will be held on Tuosday, Nov
ember 8th, A. D. 1904, throughout the Territory
between the hours of 8 o'clobk a. m. and i
o'clock p. m.
The Senatorial Districts arc as follows)
Fikst Dihtkict Theglsland of Hawaii;
Skuond iDini'hict The Islands of Maul,
Molokal, Lanai and Kahoolawe;
Tiiiku District Tho Island of Oahu;
Fovjkth Distuict Tho Islauds of tiaual
The eleotors iu tho said Senatorial Districts
are entitled to elect Senators as follows:
In the Second District two.
The Reprerentntlve Districts, Registration
Precincts and Polling Places are as follows:
Islands of Muul, Molokal, Lanal and
First Precinct That portion of Molokal con.
sisting of Kalawao and Kalaupapa.
Polling Place Kalaupapa Store House.
Second Precinct That portion of Molokai
bounded on the east by Honouliwal und Hala
wa, and on the west by Kuwela aud the First
, Polling Place Pukoo Court House.
Third Precinct That .portion of West Mcul
lyius between the lauds of Wulkapu In tho Dia
trbt of Wailuku and tl. lands of Honokawal ;u
the District of Kauuapali.
1'olllua 1 luce Circuit Court House at Lahai
Fourth Precinct That portion of West Maui
lying between the lanlsof Hanakuoo and Wai.
hec, known as Kauuapuli.
Polllug Place IfcnioktfTiau School House..
Fifth Precinct Tho Island of LnnnM
Polling Place Kahalepulaoa Store House.
Sixth Precinct That portion of the; District
of Wailuku lyiug south of Wailuku Stream and
west of a line running from tho mouth ol Wai
luku Stream southly along tho sand hills to
Maalaea Day and including the Island of Ka
Polling Place Circuit Court House at Wai
Soventh Precinct That portion of the Dis
trict bounded by the Skuh Precinct, the sea
the laudsot Pulehunul. Kalialiuul, Katlua, Ho-
kuulri.IBnmakuauiio and the sea.
Polling Fiice-Sugar Room if Ptmneuu-MlIJ.
Eighth Precinct All that portion oi Ku'.ft on
Rant Haul Ijring west of line runuing from
Houunula to the north" "boundary of .Pulehunul
on tho'lineof the two hills, Puu o Kali and Puii
Polling Place Hospital Duildiug at Kihoi.
Ninth Prcoiuet The remainder of Kula and
that portion ef Hamnltuapoko lying southwest
of the Maliko Oulch and mnuka of the road run
ning from Kuluuuul to the Makuwao Jail aud a
line in extension thereof.
Polling Place Kealahou School House.
Tenth Product The remainder of Hamakua
poko and that portion of Hamakualoa lylns
west or the Hulchuttu Stream.
Polling Place Hamakuapoko Mill. ;
Eleventh Precinct That portion of East
Maul lyiug between Halehaku and Opuola
Polllnff Place Hutlo School House.
Twelfth Precinct That portion of East Maul
lying betwocu Opuola aud Kaupaula Streams.
Polling Place Keauae School Houso.
Thirteeenth Precinct Tho District of Hana
lying between the Districts of ' Kooluu and Ki
puhuiu. Polling Pluce-Huna Court Hou.io.
Fourteenth Precinot The District of Ulpa-
Kipahulu School Hor.sc.
Fifteenth Precinct Taut imrtlon of East
Maui lyins west of the District of Kaupo and
south of Precincts Eight end Nine.
Polling Place Honuuula Court House.
Sixteenth Prjciuct Tho western portion of
MoloNul lylu:; west of Iho Second I'reclnct and
south of t!ie First l'rednct.
Pollln',' I'la je Kauiiakukai School House.
S-iveuttMiulb l'roclnet That ixirlionof Mole,
kul lying oust of the Secoud Precinct.
Polling Place Halawa School House.
Eighteenth Product That portion of the
listrict of Wailuku lying between the Wailuku
Sireum and the Fourth Precinct.
Polling Place Watbe School House.
Niuetovuih Precluet Th'4t portion of the
District of K.ioluu lyluir between the Twelfth
und Thirteenth Precincts.
Polling "lime Nuhiku school Hi live.
Twentieth I'reclnct That portion of East
Maul known m the District of Kuitpo.
J'olliiiff l'luce Kuupo schMl Housi.
Thenloetors In tho forego! u ; Representative
District urn entitled to ul.'el Representative
Iu the Third District hlx;
In Testimony Wimnuuir, I havj hereunto se
my hand and caused the keul of the Territory of
Hawaii to be ufTtxed.
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