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i The Alpine Club tramp to Eleile
Falls in Waihee Valley tomorrow.
. October term of Circuit Court at
Wailukutopens on Wednesday, Octo
ber 12. "'
,ti Showery weather with some heavy
rains here preralled on Central
Maui this week.
J. K. Bersptrom, Piano and Organ
TuAer and Repairer. Leare orders
"lia the Maui News.
The bi drum cylinder press for the
News will arrive by the next Neva-
du'u. due in October.
Preliminary surveys on the bitf
Waihee ditch have been begun, at
the Waihee end of the line.
' There is some talk of establishing
golf links m Wailuku and intro
ducing the popular game on Maui.
When you want a high grade smoke
drop into the Maut Hotel Office, and
you will End the best cigar in town.
k Work on the new schoolhouse is
progressing rapidly, and the build
ing is beginning to near completion.;
It is expected that bids will be
called for soon in the matter of the
construction of the road up Iao Val
ley. , S Owing to the demand for the re
publican campaign sheet, 500 copies
xtra will be issued from now till the
d of the campaign.
Quite a number of travelling men
m Honolulu are doing business on
mi this week, and report that
. siness is picking up.
The entire front of the Bailey
t ,, ock on Main Street has been re
L painted ar.d renovated, which adds
' C - ' 4 hiuch to the business center of the
'I town. ,
' j The Hoard of Registration will be
in Wailuku on Wednesday, Friday
t '" and Sutiirday of next week, and in
Lahaiiiii ou Thursday. This will close
j their work.
The Morning Star team, reinforced
by several other of Maui's best play
ers have accepted a challenge to go
to Honolulu on Oct. 22 andjplay the
tMaile llimas two games of ball.J
The republicans candidates have
i ..just completed a tour around East
f Maui, and the home .rulers started
out Thursday on the back track of
' .heir opponents. . The.-fight is now
The report of the condition of the
Jirst National Bank ol Wailuku
published in this issue demonstrates
that the News guessed right when it
asked for the establishment of a
The News desires to add Its word
. f pr.is3 to the ladies of Wailuku
k :o unselfishly and energetically
ed their efforts to make the
. . o the Governor at Wailuku last
xj-mday such a success from an ar
t ' tic and gastronomies! point as it
proved to be.
"Jack" Bergstrom, the popular
a tdlskilful organ and piano tuner,
w ucij is now niiiDg engagements uu
;aui, reports to the News that the
-''big new pl-burning engine of the
tdhului Railroad ran into the round
hfi.se the other evening, and added
,. "t r a moment's reflective pause
. nobody was hurt.
I, It may now be conceded that the
.yropriations for the Wailuku
urthouso and the Kahului wharf
- practically lapsed, and it is up
e representatives from Maul to
re a 75,000 appropriation for the
i;" 'uku Courthouse at the next ses
sion 4 be legislature, as $35,000 is
vnow mote ihaa a half enough to
erect the building needed.
Mr. Arthur Jones, representing the
WLeJneruy Shoe Store, will arrive at
j?uuneuc ou the morning Oct. 3, with
a complete assortment of samples of
every thing carried In the shoe line,
by his firm. He will also visit Paia
Hama.kjapoko and Lahaina solici
ting orders, visiting each place, as
soon 4S completing the other. Mr.
oei, has just returned from an ex
pensive visit through the eastern
tates, to the center of all trade and
fashion, where be personally selected
the new styles which he Is now show
nj . This ls'a great opportunity to
g'.i properly and satitfuetorially fit
ted, and gives one an immense as
sortment of shoes to selectirom. Ak
Mr. Joues time,, will Jbe limited, he
Vcanonly majre. .but short stays in
' each, plce so that customers must
flu jim early, t
Maul Play Honolulu.
Captain Sidney A. Crook of the
Maiie-Ilima ball team of Honolulu has
sent a written challenge to Secre
tary J. Garcia of the Morning Star
team of Wailuku to come to Honolulu
for a ball game in the latter part of
October. Mr. Crook offers to pay
the expenses of the local team, and
also to allow them to supplement their
team by substituting any era ck
players whom they may choose from
In reply, the Sters through their
secretary replied that the challenge
was accepted, but suggested two
games instead of one. On last Wed
nesday an answer was received from
Mr. Crook agreeing to give our boys
two games and .fixing the dates on
Oct. 22 and 24 which is quite satis
factory to the Maui team. Although
the challenge was primarily to the
Morning Stars, still it is stated that
several outside players, including
Henderson, Morris and Kaaiai will
bt Invited to take part in the game.
This will make a strong team, and
Maui may reasonably expect our
boys to return home with victory
perched upon their banner, provided
they do plonty of practice work be
tween now and the date fixed for the
The New Engine.
The Kahului Railroad can well be
proud of the new o'l burning engine
recently received and which made
its initial trip by conveying the
Governor's party to the various
points visited by them.
While this engine is possibly no
heavier than others in the employ of
the railroad it is one of the newest
models of the Baldwin Locomotive
Works, and is fitted with all the
latest appliances for durability and
A feature, or rather attachment,
which is a novelty ou the L-'lands is
the Pyle Electric headlight with a
dynamo of 250 volts. This light
when turned on at night will throw
a penetrating for light for a full hall
The engine will be used for the
hauling of the passenger trains be
tween Kahului, Paia, Speckelsville,
Puunene and Wailuku.
With the further addition of the
first and second class coach and bag
gage car combined now being con
structed the Kahului Railroad will be
as fully equipped in up to date coach
es and engines as any. rpad on the
The Chinese Full Moon Festival
was observed in due form by the Wo
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas arrived
from Hawaii last Saturday, and left
on the following day.
Messrs. Aalberg and Isenberg have
been in Honolulu for a few days.
Mrs. Gibb and her children are
visiting friends in Honolulu,
Arthgr Ewart was m town last
Mrs. Samuel Woods has been the
guests of Col. Richardson.
Several persons from Lahaina
were at the Governor's reception on
the other side of the island. ,
The water pipes have been laid in
the Courthouse Park.
The Governor arrived in town
shortly after 4 o'clock on Tuesday
utternoon. He drove past the Re
publican Headquaiters, where there
was a fine display of flags and bunt
ing, and a number of prominent citi
zens gave him a hearty welcome.
Govornor Cartor then retired to the
hotel to rest; and, later In the 'even
ing, by special invitation he visited
Manager Barkhausen. Returning
to the waterfront, he made an excel
lent speech at the Pioneer Hotel;
favoring good roads, an equitable
settlement of the water question,
and justice to all. He referred to
the responsibility resting upon the
people; and expressed his thanks for
the generous receptions given in all
parts of the Island of Maui.
Mr. and Mrs. Nicholas and obi Id
are at the Pioneer Hotel this week.
Mr. Nicholas was formerly employed
as chemist at the Pioneer Mill; and
he is now in the service of a planta
tion. MEETING NOTICE.
A meeting of the Cemeten Asso
ciation for the purpose of electing
omcers, wtu oe neiu lnursuay, uct.
13th, ut 2:00 p. in. at the home of E.
li. LUiley, Wailuku.
E, H. BAILEY, .
Wailuku September 30t '1004.
7 2u '
K. of P. HALL
OCTOBER 6, 7, & 8.
THE WONDER WORKER
ACKNOWLEDGED GREATEST LIV
ING MAGICIAN OFTHE AGE
CHANGE OF BILL EACH EVENING
Notice ok Commissioner's Sale ok
On Saturday the 29th day of October,
1904, at 12 o'clock noon, 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 parcel of land
comprised in Royal Patent numbered
52S0, L. C. A. 4151, to Kalawaia Kuruoku
of Kauaio, Honuaula, Maui, 2 apanas,
having an area of 4.73 acres, more or less;
All that certain piece and parcel of land
comprised in Royal Patent numbered 1248
to Kalawaia Kumoku of Kauaio, 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 loo bam 1
capacity, reserving the family burial plot
of about tooft. by 100ft. in area. -
For further particulars apply to D. II.
Case Esq., Attorney for plaintiffs, in Wai
luku or to the undersigned ut Kihei,
Wailuku, Maui, Sept. 20, 1904.
NOTICE OP ASSESSMENT.
TT ANA PLANTATION COMPANY. LO-
-LA cation of principal place of business, 8au
Francisco, California. Location of workw Hana,
Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Notice is hereby given, tbat at a meeting of
the Board of Directors, held on the 81th day of
August, IW4, an assessment, No. 5, of ten ( 1(1)
oents per share, was leviod upon the capital
stock of the Corporation, payable immediately
in united states gold coin to the Treasurer of
the Compay, Louis Saroni, at his offlco, No. 601
Folsom street, san Francisco, California.
Any stock upon which this assessment shall
remain unpaid on the fifteenth day of October,
19U4, will be delinquent, and advertised for sale
at public auction; aud unless payment is made
before, will be sold on TUESDAY, the 15th day
otNovombor, 1904, to pay the delinquent assess
ment, together with the costs of advertising aud
r. By order of the Board of Directors,
D. O. BATbh, Secretary.
Office No. 801 Folsom street, san Francisco,
Notice To Candidates For Election
To The Legislature.
Notice is hereby given that, whereas it
s requi red by law that candidates for elec
tion to the Legislature except on the Isl
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 live 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 citizea
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 a
member of the House ef Representatives
a person shall; at the time of election,
have attained the age of Thirty years;
have resided in the Hawaiian Islands not
less thau three years ami e qualified to
vote for Senators in the district from
which he is elected.
In order to be eligible to. ejection as a
member of the House of Representatives
a person shall, at the time of election,
have attained the age of Twenty Five
years; be a male citizen of the 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.
Each nomination tmist be accompanied
by a deposit of Twenty -five Dollars, and
be signed by not less thau Twenty-five
duly qualified Klectors of the District for
which such election is to be held.
A. L. C; ATKINSON'.
Secretary of Hawaii.
The Capitol, l(ouolulu, September 15th,
Wuiueas, the Act to provide, a Government
for theJTurritory of.Huwuli provides that a gen
eral election shall be held on the Tuesday next
after the first Monday in November, A. D. 11W4
and that at least forty days before any election
the Governor shall issuo an election proclama
WnmtEAs, It is provided in the Rules and
Regulations for Administering Oaths and Hold
ing Elocthms that no change shall be made as
to the boundaries of any precinct within sixty
days of election,
Now. Thkkkfoke, In accordance therewith,
I, George R. Cartor, Governor of tho Territory
of Hawaii, hereby give notico that a general
election fur a Delegate to the Uouso of Repres
entatives of the United States to serve during
the Fifty-ninth Congress, and for Senators and
Representatives of tho Legislature of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, will be held on Tuesday, Nov
ember 8th, A. D. lltoi, throughout the Territory
betweun the hours of 8 o'clobk a. m. aud 5
o'clock p. m.
The Senatorial Districts are, as followsi
Fmsr Distkict The. Island of Hawaii;
Srx'OND ;Di strict Tho Islands of Maui,
Molokai Lanal and Kahoolawc;
TuiHD Disxhiui The Islund of Oahu;
Foukth District The Islands of ivaual
The electors in tho said Senatorial Districts
are entitled to elect Seuators as follows:
In IhcSecoud District two.
The Reprerentatlvo Districts, Registration
Precincts and Polling Places are as follows:
Islands of Moul, Molokalt Lanal and
U to Knhoolnwe.
First Proeinct That portion of iMolokai con
sisting of Kalawao and Kalaupupa.'
Polling Place lvulaupapa Store House.
Second Precinct That portion of Molokai
bounded on tho east by Iiououliwai and Hala
w a, and on the west by Kawula and the First
Polling Place Pukoo Court House. ' . T.
Third Prucluet That (portion of jWcst Muui
lying between the laodsof Waikapu in tho Dis
trict of Wailuku und the lunds of Houokawal in
the District of lCuiunpuli.
Polling Place circuit Court II jjso at Laha'
nn. Fourth Precinct--That;portion ofJWest Maui
lylu j botvvoju the lunus of Hunukaoo aud Wui
hec, known as Kaanapuil.
Polling Placo Honukahau School House.;
Fifth Precinct The liland of Lanai.1
Polling Place Kabnlepalaoa Store House.
Sixth Precinct Thut portion; of tho District
of Wailuku lying south of Wailuk i Stream and
west of a lino running from tho mouth or.' Wai
luku Stream aouthly along the sand hills to
Maalaea Bay and including jtbo Island of Ka
hoolawe. Polling Place Circuit Court House at Wai
luku. Seventh Precinct That portion of thu Dis
trict bounded by the Sixth Precinct, tho sea,
the landsof Pulchuuui. Kalinlinui, Knilua, Ho
kuulu,.Hamakuapoko and the sua.
Polliug Place SMgar Room at Puunepa Mill.
Eighth Precinct All that portion of Kula on
East Maul lying wost of a line running from
Honuaula to the north boundary of Pulchunul
on thu'liue of tho two bills, Puu 0 Kali and Puu
Polling Place Hospital Building at Kihei.
Ninth Precinct The rcnininder of Kula and
that portion cf Humukuapoko lying southwest
of tho Muliko Gulch and muuka of the road run
nlng from Kaiuanul to the Mnknwao Juil and a
line in extension thereof.
Polling Place Kealauou School House.
Tenth Precinct Tho remainder of Hamakua
poko and that portion of Hamakualoa lying
west of thu Halcbaku Stream.
Polling Place Hamakuapoko Mill. p
Elovoubli Precinct That portion of East
Muui lying between Ilalehnku aud Opuola
Polling Place Huelo School House.
Twelfth Preoinct That portion of East Maul
lyius between Opuola and Kaupaula Streams.
Polling Place Keanao School House.
Thlrteccuih Precinct The, District of Haua
lying between the Districts of Kooluu and Kl
puhuiu. Polling Place-Hana Court House.
Fourteenth Precinct The District of Klpa
hulu. Klpahulu School Hou.-c.
Fiftecuta Precinct TUat portion of East
Maui lying west of the District of Kaupo and
south of PrecliictK Eight und Nlue.
Polling I'laco-Jlonuaula Court Hou:;e.
Slxteouth Precinct The western portiou of
Molokai lying ttevtof the Socoud Precinct and
south of tho First Precinct.
Polliug Place- Kauuukukai School House.
Seveutcauth Proeinct That portion of Mole
kal lying east of the Second Precinct,
Polliug Place Haluwa School House,
Eighteenth Proeinct That portion of the
District of Wailuku lying btitwceu tho Wailukd
Stream and, the Fourth Proeinct
Polling Place Wihoe School House.
Niuutoeuth Precinct Tht portion of the
District of Koolau lying bel wean the Twelftb
aud Thirteenth Precincts. ,
Polliug Place Nahiku school IKuho.
Twentieth Precinct Tout portion of East
Muui known us tho District of Kuujio. '
Polling Place Kaupo school House.
Theulectora in, the foregoing Representatives
District are ontitl td to. elect Rupresentatlve
Iu tho Third District. -six;
In TcsriMONY WHIinor, I have hereunto as
my bund and caused the oul of the Territory of
Uawuii to be aiUiod.
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