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The Owl Cigar is the best R cent
cipar on earth. Sold by all up-to-date
A large line of high grade cigars
constantly cm hand at the of Gee of
tue Maui Hotel.
Subscribo for the News if you want
the latest foreign news, wired from
Honolulu on Friday.
J. R. Bersgtrom, Piano and Organ
Turner and Repairer. Leave orders
with tho Maui News.
Try Honolulu Drewing & Malting
Co6ncw Wurzburger Heer. Sold in
bo tie by Maui dealers.
If you visit Labaina, stop at Pioneer
Hotel and enjoy the big-hearted hos
pitality of Manager Freeland.
' The Kaliului Store will be closed
next Wednesday, Tnursday und Fri
day tor the purpose of taking stocks
A delegation ol the masonic irater
uiuy have been on Maui this week, in
stalling a new masonic lodge at Wai
The republican candidates left for
Huelo Wednesday, and will make the
circuit of Maui before returning to
Tht Honolulu Photo Supply Co. ad-
vertise m tuis issue a piauuum pupei
that requires only water develop
ment. Try it.
L. M. Whitehouse gets the con
tract for the Puaalua to Muolea Road,
Hana District, for $9,745, to be com
pleted in 130 days.'
The citizens of Wailukn should not
let th excitement of politics divert
their minds from the needed work of
the Improvement Association.
The Pa'ndise of the Pacific for
September io as uuuul an artistic gem,
'tliu ieut.in in liclo being a graphic
illustration c!' U tu resquo Molokai.
An ad. in the Nca-s is a money
maker. If you Mut advertise, the
buying public" naturally conclude
-that you have nothing to advertise.
An elaborate reception will bo tend
4. ered to Governor Carter at Puunene
this evening, for which a large num
ber of invitations have beeu issued.
The republican candidates opened
l tne campaign ai xianiaMuupunu ju
I Tuesday evening, and a big and en
6 thusiastic audience was in attend
Wilson & Duncan advertise for
150 pick and shovel laborers. Only
those who are citizens or eligible to
become citizens are wanted. . See ad
in another column. '
V. A. Vetlesen of the Maul Drug
Store advises his many customers to
remembeu. If you have forgotten,
drop into his place and you will at
once recall to mind what you want,
Those who need an object lesson in
orange culture should visit the orange
grove of Mr. E. W. Pieper at Paia
in the rear of his hotel and see his
magnificent young trees loaded with
Mrs. J. Aluli desires through' the
columns of the News to thank those
through whoso efforts her residence
was recently saved from destruction
by fire which destroyed th adjoiniug
The luau and reception1 do be tend
ered to Govervor Carter a Wailuku
will be given at the residence pf Judge
John W. Kalua at noon on Monday,
instead of up Iao Valley on Sunday,
t jgas first planucd.
The Board of Registration were at
Hana yesterday, and are at Hamoa
today. The registration this week is
1490. and the total registration to-
, date over 25'Hi, there being quite an
increase in every district.
The Haiku Fruit & Packing Co.
concluded its season's run on Tues
day, the total output being 2000 cases
of canned pineapples, resides a large
shipment of jelly which will be lor
warded by the next Nevadan
In Honolulu, white and Hawaiian
children are being crowded out of the
pufclic schools oa accouctof the.large
.enrolment of Jap and Chinese child
ren. When that happens on Maui
there is going to ba trouble.
Attorney James L.'Coke inform
the News that ho was born August
31. 1874. and wa3 30 years old
t day of August of this yoar, from
ichit is evident that "Kimo"
old enough to know better.
The big, new oil-burning engine
"Mauualoa," ot the Kabului Railroad
Co. with Jim Shaw at the throttle
will make its maiden run today, con
' veying the Governor and party ove
the road and tolvihei, and return
Improvements at Knhulul. y
The Kahutui Railroad Co. have con
tracted with John A. Hughes, Mas
ter Car Builder at Honolulu to build
on elegant first and second class pas
senger coach, with baggage and mail
compartments. It is to be built on the
style ot a Pullman, and will bo fitted
with air-brake and electric lights.
The coach will be 40 feet in length,
finished with oak and ash panels, and
will'have a seating capacity of CO.
Mr. Hughps has contracted to do
liver it in March 1905.
The large and elegant oil-burning
engine, "Maunaloa" is now ready for
service, and will make its initial-run
today to bring the Governor and
party from Paia to Puunene. This
ngine is of the newest design and
construction, and is fitted only to burn
oil. It is also provided with a dynamo,
and will carry a brilliant electric
padlight. Its draft capacity is 1200
tons on level road, and it will easily
handlo from two to three hundred
tons on the sharp grade between Ka-
hului and Watluku.
Another improvement now being
nstalled by Supt. R. W. Filler of the
K. R. K. Co. is an immense dredge,
the bucket and machinery for which
were received by last week's Neva-
an. The weight of the bucket alone
is 5000 pounds, and its lifting capa
city is three fourths of a cubic yard.
It will be operated on scows in Kahu
lul harbor, the motive power being a
massive gasoline engine now at Puu
nene. Within two weeks it will be
at work. It is the present intention
of Supt. Filler to deepen the harbor
near the wharf, gradually working
back to deep water, and if practicable
channel will be dredged out of suffi
cient depth and width to permit ves
sels of the tonnage of the Claudinp to
lay alongside of the present wharf.
Mr. Filler also advances the theory
that the deepening of the harbor wil
0 much to overcome the swells thatl
are occasionally quite strong in Ka-
Maul LoIe F. and A. M.
Thursday evening September 22,
1904, will be a day to be remem
bered among the Masons of 'the Is
lands and more particularly those of
Maui as on this day was reborn the
order of Free and Accepted Masons
The ceremony ofins tailing the local
officers was in charge of District
Grand Master Henry E. Cooper of
Honolulu, while to Captain John Kid
well falls the honor pf doing the neces
sary preliminary work, which falls to
the lot of the Grand Senior warden.
The officers installed are: Dr. R.
H. Diuegar, W. M. ; Donald F. Nichol
son, D. M.; Jas. Scott, S. M.; A. M.
Kepoikai, S. W.;D. H. Case, J; W.;
L. Boeck, Secretary; W. T. Ro
binson, Treasurer; George Weight,
S. D.;C. E. Copeland, J. D.; Max
Eckhart, J. G.; W. G. Scott, Tyler,
The following visiting brethron as
sisted at the installation: II. E,
Cooper, D. G. M.; John Kid well, G.
S. W.: (J. J. Hutchlns, G. J. W.;
Charles F. Murray, G.S.; and W. O.
At water, G. T.; all of Pacific Lodge,
Honolulu; Canon A. B. Weymouth,
G. C; Charles R. Frazier, S. G. D.
Frank H. Jordan, J. G. D. ; James W,
Bergstrom, G. D. of C; George Free
land. G. B., L. B. Randcll, G. S. B.
H. B. Weller, G. D( M.; Sam R. Dow-
die, G. O.; Thomas Blac k, G. M.: W
D. Lowell, G. T.
Mr. Donald Green, a brother of
Mrs. Dr. Molony, is visiting in town
By direction of the Governor, La
hajpa will have a now flag; and water
Diues will be laid in tlie iour mouse
There was but scanty observance
of "Rk'gata Day" in this towu.
A letter has been received from an
Eastorn manufacturer of electrical
machinery, stating that sugar boi
ing ecu doubtless bo successfully
carried ou by electricity.
Mr. O'Shaughnessy will sail for the
Mainlatd early in October.
On the arrival of the Mauna Loa,
Prince Cupid came ashore and made
an excellent address.
Particulars have been received in
regard ti the sudden and fatal illness
of Mrs. Alice Mackintosh in Dresden.
aiie was aoic
eturned with a severe
her duunhter's bouse at
noou. A physician was sent for and
he gave an anodyno which afforded
temporary relief. In the latter part
of the af tei noou dangerous symptoms
of apoplexy supervened, and Mrs.
Mackintosh passed away about (J p.
Zanloch will giyo an exhibition of
his ability as the greatest living wiz
ard at K. of P. Hall Wailuku on
Thursday, Friday and Saturday,
October 6, 7 and 8th. See advertise
ment elsewhere In this issue.
Noticb op Commissioner's Sale of
On Saturday the 29th day of October,
1904, at 11 o'clock 110011, at the door of
the Courthouse at Ulupalakua, District of
Wailuku, Maui, I will sell to the highest
bidder for cash, subject to confirmation
by the Judge of the Circuit Court, Second
All that certain piece and pnrcel of land
comprised in Royal Patent numbered
5280, L. C. A. 4151, to Kalavia Kumoku
of Kanaio, Honuaula, Maui, a apanas, '
having an area of 4.73 acres, more or less;
All that certain piece and parcel of land
comprised in Royal Patent numbered U48
to Kalawaia Kumoku of Kanaio, Honuau
la, Maui, Territory of Hawaii, containing
an area of 34.39 acres more or less, to
gether with the improvements situate on
said land consisting of two frame houses
(one about 26ft. by 28ft, and the other
about 18ft. by 20ft.) and also a water
tight cemented cistern of about 100 barrej
capacity, reserving the family burial plot
of about 100ft. by looft. in area.
For further particulars apply to D. H.
Case Esq., Attorney for plaintiffs, in Wai
luku or to the undersigned at Kihei,
Wailuku, Maui, Sept. 20, 1904.
NOTICE OP ASSESSMENT.
HANA PLANTATION COMPANY. Lo
cution of piiuuliml place of buslines, bud
Frauci.'.co, (Jnllfornia. Location of works Huuu,
Maui, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice i hereby given, that at a meeting of
the Hoard of Directors, hold on the S4tli day of
August, 10(11, an assessment, No. 5, often (III)
cents per hIiiwo, was levied upon the capital
stock of the Corporation, payable immediately
iu United statL'S gold coin to t'jo Treasurer of
the. Conipay, Louis Saroiii, at his ofllco, No. O'll
Foh-om street, sau Francisco, California.
Any stock upou which this assessment shall
remain unpaid ou the IKtu'jnl'i day of October,
It'll, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale
at public auction; and unless pigment U made
before, will be sold ou TUESDAY, the 151h day
of November, UHU, to pay Uv: delinquent assess
ment, together with the co:ilsof advert ising and
expenses of sale.
By order of the Board of Directors,
D. C. BATm, Bucretttiy.
Office No. 6U1 Folsom street, san Francisco,
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 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
partment does not bind itself to ac
cept the lowest or any bid.
ALATA.U T. ATKINSON,
Superintendant Public Instruction,
Honolulu, September 3rd, 11)04.
Notice To Candidates For Eluciion
To Thr Legislature.
Notiee is hereby given that, whereas it
s reui red by law tlmt candidates forlec
tion to the Legislature except on the 14
and of Oahu, shall deposit their nomin
ations with the Secretary of the Territory
not less, than Thirty Days before the Days
of a General Election, it will be necessary
that such nominations be filled in thi
office not later than five o'clock on the
afternoon of Monday, October loth, 1904.
In order to be eligible to election as a
Senator, a person shall be a male citizen
of the United States; have attained the
age of Thirty years; have resided in the
Hawaiian Islands not less than three years
and be qualified to vote for Senators in
the district from wnich he is elected.
In order to be eligible to election as
member of the House ef Representative
a person shall; at the time of election
have attained the age ot llnrty yei.rs:
have resided in the Hawaiian Islands not
less than three years and be qualified to
vote for Senators in the district irom
which he is elected.
In order to be eligible to election as a
number of the House of Representatives
a person shall, at the time of election
have aUi'.ined the age of Twenty Five
years; he a male citizen of ths United
States; have resided in the Hawaiian
Island not less than three years; and shall
be qualified to vote for representatives in
the district from which he is elected.
ICach nomination must be accoiupanu:
by a deposit of Twenty-five Dollars, an
be signed by not less than Twenty-five
duly qualified Electors of the District for
which such election is to be held.
A. L. C. ATKINSON.
Secretary of Hawaii.
The Capitol, Honolulu, September 15th,
Whkrkas, the Act to provldo a Government
for the Territory of Hawaii provides that a gen
eral election shall bo held on the Tuesday next
after the first Monday in November, A. D. IrtH
and that at least forty days before any elect ion
the Governor shall Istuo an election proclama
Whkheas, It is provided in the Rules and
Regulations for Administering Oaths and Hold
lug Klections that no change shall be made as
to the boundaries of aay precinct Within sixty
days of election,
Now. TiiKiiKroi'.K, In accordance therewith,.
I, George R. Carter, Governor of the Territory
of Hawaii, hereby gio notice that a general
election for a Delegate to the House of Repres
entatives of the United StateB to nerve during
the Fifty-ninth Congress, and for Senators gud
Representatives of the Legislature of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, will be held on Tuesday, Nov
ember 8th, A. ). Ill PI, throughout the Territory
betwuen the hours of 8 o'ciobk a. in. and 5
o'clock p. ui.
The Senatorial Districts arenas follow si
Fiu.-st Distiuct Tbeil.iluiid of Hawaii;
Skijond iDisriiici Tho Islands of Maul,
Mololiai, Lanai and Kalioolawe;
TlliitD Distuict The Island of Oahu;
Fouimi DisiHtei The Islands of .vauai
The electors in the said Senatorial Districts
are entitled to elect Senators as follows:
Jn tho Second District two.
The Reprerentathe Districts, Registration
"recincts and Polling Places are as follows:
Islands of Muul, Molokai, Lunol and
. . Kahoolnwe.
First Precinct That portion of Mololiai con
sisting of Kalawao and Kulaupapa.
Polling Place Kalaupupa Store House.
Second Precinct That portion of Molokai
bounded on tho east by Honouliwat and Hala-
a, and on the west by Kawela and the First
Polling Place Pukoo Court House.
Third Precinct That iportiim of, West Maul
yia; between the Inuil.s of Wuihnyu In the Dis-
rl.'t of Wuihiliu and the lcuds of Hono'.tawal !n
he DUtrit-t of ICa uiai.ail.
Polling Place 'Jireuit Court House at Lala;-
Foirth Preciuet-'lmt portion of West Maui
j'injf between fee hiu.ls of Uauukaoo and Wat
je, known nr. Kunnupall.
Polling Plane llonokahuu School House.:
Fifth Precinct The Island of Lanai. I
Polling Place Kaualepalaoa Store Houso.
Sixth Precinct That portion; of thcltDlstrict
of Wailuku lying south of Wailukn Stream and
west of a line running from the mouth ol Wai
luku Stream southly oloug the sand hills to
Maalaca Hay and Including the Island of Ka
Polling Place Circuit Court House at Wai
Seventh Precinct That portion of the Dis
trict bounded by the Sixth Precinct, tho sea,
the lnndso'f Pulehuuui. Kallallnui, Kallua, Ho
kuulu,. Huniukuupoko aud the sea.
Polling Place Sugar Room at Puunene Mill.
Eighth Preciuct All that portion of Kula on
East Maul lying west of a line running from
Honuaula tc the north boundary of Pulehuuui
on the line of the two hills, Puuo Kali and Puu
Polling Place Hospital Duilding at Kihei
Ninth Precinct The remainder of Kula and
that portion of Uumakuapoko lying southwest
of the Maliko Gulch aud maukaof the road run
nlng from Kaluunui to the Mnkawno Jail aud a
line in extension thereof.
Polling Ploce Kealahou School House.
Tenth Precinct The remainder of Hamnkua-
poko and that portion of Ilamakualoa lying
west ot the Halchaku Stream.
Polling Place Hamakuapoko Mill..) P
Eleventh Preciuct That portion of East
Maul lying between Hulchaku aud OpuoU
Polling Place Huelo School House.
Twelfth Vreei::ct Tliut portion of Ea.tt Maul
lying between Opuolu and Kuupaula Streams.
Polling I'lace Keauao School House.
Thirteeeuih Precinct Tho District of Hana
lying between thu Districts of Koulau and Kl
puhuiu. Polling Plaea Hana Court House.
Fourteenth Precinct The District of Klpa-
Kipahulu School House.
Flftaouth Precinct Triut portion of East
Maul lying nest of the District of lCuupo and
south ot Precincts Eight and Nine.
Polling Place Honuaulu C'curt House.
Slxtjcuth Preciuct Tiio we item portion of
Molokai lying west of the Second Precinct and
south of tho First Precinct.
Polling Place Kauuukukal School House.
Seventeenth Precinct Tiat portion of Molo
kai lying cast of tlie Second Pieelui t.
Polling Place Halawa School House.
Eighteenth Product Tbat portiin of the
District of Wailuku lying between the Wailuku
Stream and the Fourth Precinct.
Polling Place Walhee School House.
Nineteenth Preciuct Ta it portion of the
District of Koolau lylu betwoeu the Twelfth
Polling Place Nahlku school Hcuse.
Twentieth Precinct Th it portion of East
Maul known as the District of Kaupo.
Polliu; Place Kaupo school House.
Thoelectors in the foregoing Representatives
District arc entitled to elojt Representative
Iu the 'I'lilrd District fix;
Is Tesi.siusv Wamtcoir, I ba'o liemunto io
ray lmnJ auil inuseil tUo ol lau Territory ol
Hawaii to to amxed. '
Done AT The Camtoi., iu Honolulu, tuis aytli
Uuy of Auguiit, A. D. 11HM.
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