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Preserve your eyes by necurinu
proper glasses from Sanford, the
Ring up iho nismark Stables, if
you want thi'J best i team awl
driver in ftViluku,
Continued dry wealtier on central
Maui w intoferkif strionly with the
planting of seed cane.
The Board of Registration closed
their work today with a total reg
istration of 2503 votan. y
w TJo police department deserve
credit for tho neat and cleanly ap
pearance of our streets.
4uite a number of Houolulu travel
ing, men aro on Maui this week,
and report business fairly goood.
The News" i Usu'ng 1501) extra
oiunpaUfii sheets and will continue
to do so through the campaign-
If'lgh clans job work turned out
promptly ut the News Job Office.
Riiiir ud. call or send in your work.
Tho Ladies' Guild of Wniluuk will
meet at tho resiJcnco of Mrs. G. B,
Robertson on next Tuesday afternoon
at tho usual hcur.
ladies on Maui should write to E
W. Jordan & Co., Honolulu, for cata
logues and samples of the famous
Next Thursday evening U thn re
gular meeting night of the Improve
ment Association, and a full attend
ance should be on hand.
A sisal plantatation and a $10,000
distil manufacturing plant in the Kula
District U a strong probability tn
tho rcasonaMy near future.
The Republican Executive District
Cummitteo held a meo' ing at Wailuku
n'n Mi)iiday, ut wliicii much important
UUMtiti&s was iraneauiuu
; There should be a public sell ol e
tiibllslniit at or near Puuuen, as
t ifie art manv chillren there who
sfinuld now be attending school.
SVhitt Wailuku needs t.owninre than
ahy thing else Is an electric light-
plant. Such a proposition would pay
here if rightly bandied.
: The tramp ofj the Alpine Club to
fjleile Falls planned for last Sunday
' . morning was postponed on account
of rain, but will occur shortly.
.The October term of Circuit Court
begins at Wailuku on next Wednes
day, October 12, at 10 o'clock, with
a bng calendar to be disposed of,
Quite, a number of Vailukans have
purchased hhfh priced grmnophouos
unit the night air is resonant with
strnuous if not melodious strains.
Thc.fepublican candidates left for
Molokai early on Monday morning
anil spent weeii mere successiuuy
winning many votes and much aloha
A handsome banner, containing a
portrait of Delegate Kuhlu on either
iiiile, nnd also the tames of the Re
publican legislative candidates, wax
liung across Market street lat Mod
(Tho republican candidates! are to
p.? com pumontcd on the clean, manly
tight they are making, and 'A report
' ire true, they will win out on elec
Now Is a good time to begin t
suve money, and at glance- at the ad
i f the First National bank, in lh
issue, will furnish a valuable hint i
The cltUons of Maul should muk
J a concerted move in the direction of
gvttinu an otliclal survey und pl.tih
for n,rw, rhaeadanuzod roads ihrougt
out ti Islands
The YoungA People's Society of
Corislian Endeavor meet at Kaahu
invrvj Church tomorrow evrmng
from 7 to 8 o'clock. Mr. Fran
Alhertoii will allres the -tnueting
Zatn'ock. the magician, has m:id
a deserved hit In Wailuku, aud will
doubtless draw a big house at K. of
P. II a It tonlgh', as this W hi last
I'titertalunieiit at Wailuku durinw
The Wailuku Ci'a-s Band were iu
attendance at the church services
und fettirat ut the Paia Catholic
MirKt. lat Sundav, and received
many compliments far the hijh class
music (hoy furnished.
News is comiug from all parts of
tliiu legislative district that promi
uciit Iluwaiians, who have liereoforr
'voted the houu rule ticket are com-
liiy out hihI dt'i-!;i
favor vf he. II
a J iiii.didA'.r'K.
If yu want the best kiivVk. in
fown, y;u can j;el It l.y dropi'"';? i
a 1 1I1. Maui Unti l Cilice.
An mifhncin.Hn n,,iionn0 nnt.A ih
eturn after eight years of Zamlrwh
the wonder worker at K. of P. Hull
ist Thursday evening. The specta
tors were all attention long before
he curtain went up; even a slight
movement ot the dro;; curtain, caused
by a gust of wind, put every one on
Zamloch has not paled one iota in
the cleverness of his various tricLs
and has added many new ones. He
held the attention of the spectators
rom the time the curtain went up
until the final new sensation called
Some little timidity was shown by
a few present, but the feeling grad-
ally Wore off an.'l thev became us
enthused as the rest
. , , , ,
iituuj '." -'"'s
more enthusiasllc House wunesseu.
iamlocii in an entiro ne .v change or
program and his final act "A Visit to
Inferno" is a very clever piece of I
work and is done with .a finish and
vim which onlv Zamlaehcan execute.
. . , .
seiecuuns 011 wiu piano ucvcen uuu
during the acts by Bandmaster
TonlL'ht U his last exhibition with
Still another change of program nnd
an overflow houmi mav ha looked for.
Seats are en sale at the Bank.
- . j .
Monday aud Tuesday nights Zam
loch will show at Puuntne, afterwards
taking m other principal localities oi
Zomlocli and The Kuhululs.
The News has the pleasure of an
nouncing that tomorrow afternoon at
Wells Park will lake place one of the
I lost interest nit ''ames of base ball
of t Iim season.
Zauiluch wiil play with the KaLuluis,
aatust thsr Mor'iiuj,' Stars aygrejja
This Is not Zamloch pcrc, the won
der worker, but Zamloch the crack
pitcher of the Elks ball team of Hon
Thus will the sport loviu; public ot
v...v.. y.j. ... -
The Stars aro itchiuir for a Di ne-
tied Lfainu befuru iroiiiL' to Honolulu
the later part of this month, and.it is
t i ' lit
lust such u:ateual us Zainlocbiscup-
able ot haudinjr out that iho Stars
want to go up against to put them iu
iho pink of condition if they wish to I
shutout the Muili's. tiame will U- cull
ed at 2.00 p. 111. sharp.
Zamlock, the magician,
entcrtuiiiiiicnls oil Saturday
The funeral of Beatrice Buclianan
took place on Suuday afternoon at
the Roman Catholic cemetery. She
was 10 years of age'
Alice Opunui had her arm broken
some days ago, while playing with
Two boys were arrested lor steal
ing last week, aud oue of them was
... ,, 1, , , , . . ,
sent to the J reform school for three
tained ut L.ahainaluna on Saturday
fj !,.!.. ... .. I 1
friends at the Piullicr flotul Oil Sun
,1 1 .
Lau Cheonff. the Chinese Artist.
went over to Wailuku on Monday
Dr. A. J. Derby, the Honolulu
dentist, is ut tne Pioneer Hotel.
The bark Albert, Captain Turner
in command arrived 0.1 Wednesday
afternoon. The vessel brings 2-j,(XiU
feet of lumber, coust'Mied to the
Luhaina store. '
Mr. D. Taylor, Jr., is now teach-
in; school at the northern end of the
'lhs SiIil.l .ijjrs.
The republican noaiinocson both the
Senatorial and Reprccehtutive ticket
held a rousing uieeliiii; at Luhaina.
lliui Hiay t'vo turn t .. aiy, enorninu.-
c' ro ml. Kvis! L'i'ckh-v- vho is run
niny liiiiri'iMi ni t is fiu lowing up
rcr.ublicuu sjicll jiuli;i'(j and iLreuorts
receiveu are uuc,.."-..;, ppumg. i.ut
shot in the iJome iin'o ,iip?.
The regular quarterly meeting of I
me siocKnoiuers of me iViaui v me
and I''luor Co' Ltd' wU1 bo held at
tllB iVi VII X Xlt.il JJ II cuncouj
October 19th, 1904, at 7:30 P. M.
Secretary M. W. & L. Co. Ltd
ft . v. w . m m w w- w Tww V F I
KV AM fi 111 Ir M I Y
Xo'ricit To Caxdidaths Tor. Election
To ThR LlSGISLATCRK.
Notice is hereby given that, whereas it
srsuiredby law that candidates for elec-
tion to the Legislature except on the Isl-1
and of Oahu, shall deposit their nomin-
atjons with the Secretary of the Territory
not less than Thirty Days tKfore the nays
ot a trencral fcleciion. it will ue necessary
that such nominations MI lillea m tni 1
,.m.... not i..t,.r ti,..n f.ve o'clock on the
afternoon oi Monday, October ioth, 1934
Tn oraL.r 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, tor benators in
tl,o .i;utri,-f fril wnifll tip is elected.
. , . . eliibl Selection as a
Luembcr of the House ef . Representatives
a terson shall: at the time of election.
have attained the age of Thirty years;
have resided in Hie Hawaiian islands not
less lnan ree eHrs una "e .
vote for Senators in the district from
which he is elected.
In order to be eligible to election 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.
ivacil nomination musi De accompanied
by a deposit of Twenty-five Dollars, and
be signed by not less than Twenty-five
uuiy quaunen iviectors oi me mstxici ior
which suc'a election is to be held.
A. L. C. ATKINSON.
Secretary of Hawaii.
The Capitol, Honolulu, September 15th,
Notice ok Commissioxkr's b.u.u of
On Saturday the 29th day of October,
inni nr 11 n'rlnrlf noon, at the door of
w-nS1.,V M.,i I,i11llto tho hiirhMt
i.uj..i ,u ..v.:f mfi..;B
l,v- the of tlCirr-uit Court. Second
All that certain piece and parcel of land
KAinnftuprl in pMn1 Patptir mini. r-rpH
couipnsea in Koai patent nuniocrea
... . .
n.Sn I . c A Ai zj tn K. ii flwnift K utnnirii
of Kanaio. Honuaula. Maui, a aoanas.
havinir an area of 4.73 acres, more or less;
All that certain piece and parcel of land
comprised in Roval Patent numbered: 248
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 iSft. by 20ft.) and also a water
tight cemented cistern of about toa barrel
capacity, reserving the family burial plot
of about 100ft. by loaft. in area.
For further particulars apply to D.H.I
Case Esq., Attorney for plaintiffs, in Wat-
luku or to the undersigned at Kihei,
Wailuku, Maui, Sept. 30, 1904.
dept. 14. Oct. I. 8. 15. St. 99.
NOTICB UP ASSESSMENT.
I ttana plantation company, lo.
I XX eutlou of urinoipnl place of biutnewi, ao
rraucllic0i c.Iornl. Location of work. liana.
I Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
I Notice is hereby glvou, that at a m nitln of
tha Board of Ulreotors, hula oa the Kith ay of
August, iKH, an ao.smut, No. 5. often (10)
I cents per Hharti, was levluj upoa the capital
I .in,). n h flnprvipnt 1ml luLvivlil.i Immndliktiilv
I la united status gala eoia to thn TrouHUcrof
.hcConioav. LouU8aroul .at bin onlCo. Na. &J1
I rnlmm Mtruat. Han Fraucbwn. Cull turn In.
auv stock unon which this u-s-esHinent shall
I .... 1 n.M nn tV,u flfi..unll. rf.u mf r.. .....
". be delinquent, aud advertised for tale
inout, togi'thur with thocoHtsof adrertUlngand
expenses of snio.
II.. V... TI... A ... Ttl .,.4 I
J pT;, ' , 1
Oftlco-No. SHI Foboia streJt. Hau Praneico.
A meeting of the Cemeter) Asso
ciation for the purpose of electing
Pfflcers wiU 08 held Thursday, Oct.
lain, at 2:0U p. m. at the borne of E.
H. Bailey, Wailuku.
E. H. KAILEY,
Wailuku September 30, 1004.
150 pick and shovel citizen laborers.
Apply on premises . . . ,
HoNOMANU OB KlASAE C A 11 IS,
.. ... . WILSON.& DUGGAN,
WnEHEAS, tbo Act to provido a Government
fof the Territory of Hawaii provides that n grn-
oral election shall be held oa the Tuo.-day next
tttter ' flr!,t M"i"y November, a. d. la i
ana mat ut least forty aays Doioro auj-ciouuim
the Governor shall Issue an election proclumu
Wheueas, It Is provided in tho Rules and
Regulations for Administering Oaths ana Hom
ing Elections that no chango snail bo made ns
to tbo boundaries of any precinct within sixty
days of eluctlou,
Ko. Tueuisfuiie, In accordance therewith,
t, ocorgo R. Carter, Governor of tho Territory
of Hawaii, hereby gUo notico that a general
olection for a Delegate to the Houso of Roprex-
ontotlver, of the United Statos to servo during
tho Flfty-nlntb Congress, and for Senators und
Kepresentatlves of tho Legislature of tho 'l ir,-
ntory of Hawaii, will bo held on vuestiny, jnov
ember Stb. A. D. 1904, throughout tue Territory
i..,tw.,..n n, hours Df 8 o-elobk a. m. and 5
o'clock p. m.
The Senatorial Districts a re, on followsi
Must District The.Ialund of Hawaii;
Bkoonu ;DisthicT The Islands of Maui,
iNJololtal Lannl aud Kahoolawc;
T.mcu DisriiicT The Island of Oahu;
FouitTil DlSTBlCT The Islands of .iauat
Tho electors In the said Senatorial Districts
aro entitled to elect Senators as follows:
In the Second Dlst rlct t wo.
The Heprerentatlve Districts, Registration
Precincts and Polling Placos arc as follows-
Islands of Maul, Molokal, Lannl and
First Precinct That portion of '.Mololtal con-
glstIag of Kbiwoo ond Kai0upapa.
Polling Place Kalaupapa Store House.
Second Precinct That portion of Mololial
Loaded on tU6 eaat by Hououliwal and Hala-
w a, and oa tho west by Kawcla and tho First
Polling iPlttco PuUoo Court House.
Third Proclnct That liortion of JWost Mi.ui
,y,u3 uetw.Jon ,hc ,nnds of waikapu In tho Dis
trict of Wailuku and tho l;.nd- of Honokawal In
the District of Kaauniall.
Polling Place Circuit Court House at La! ol-
Fourth PrecluctThat iortlon oflWcst Maul
lying between the lands of Hauahaoo and Wat
ben, known as Kaanapall.
Polllug Place Uonolcahua School House.;
Fifth Prtoinet Tha Island of Lunal.l
Polling Plane Kahalepnlaoa Storo rtousa.
Sixth Precinct That portion! of thoipistrlct
of Wailuku lying south of Wailuku Stream and
west of lino running from tho mouth ot WaH
waaiaea ooy ona laciuuiuail'uo
P-'DS Placo-CIrcult Court House at Wul
SantB Proolnot-Taat portion of tho V
inct oouiwoa oy mo ixiu rrooiuui, mu suf
I hA l.m.lunf Piilnhiinlii Ifnl 1 til I lll IvnllUII. ItO
uula' Hamokuaiioko ond the c.
VonS Place-Suar Koom at Puuneno Mill.
B'tttl1 rrooinci-Aii tnai in.oH oi ivu.a "
Maul lymj wast of a lino ruunmz irom
Honunula to tho north boundary of Pulehunui
on thcllinc of tbo two hlllH, Puu 0 Knll ond ruu
Polling PUeo Hospital Dulldlng at Kibel
Ninth Jreclnct The remntndor of Kula and
that portion ef Hnmakunpoko lying southwest
of thn Maliko Gulch nnd mauka of the road run
ning from Kaluanul to tho MaUawoo Jail ond
line In extension thoreof.
PoIIIqu Place Koaluhou School House,
Tenth' Precinct The remaindor of Hamakua
poko and that portion ot Haniakualoa lying
I west of tho Halehoku Stream.
Polling Place Hamakuapoko Mill. IP
Eleventh Precinct That portion of East
Maul lying between Halcbaku and Opuola
Polling Place Hullo Sc'.iool House.
Twelfth Preelgut That portion of Gait Maui
lying between Opuola and Kaupnuln Btrcani4.
Polling Place Kcunao School House.
Thlrteecnth Proclnct The District ef Hans
lying bftwucn the DlMrloU of Koolsu and Ki-
Polling Plaei-IUna Court II hua.
Fourtuunth Precinct The District ot Klpn-
Ulpahulu School House.
Fifteenth Proclaot That portion of East
M,rt W WON' ' " District of Kaupo ana
I tAtltb nl PrtwImK. V1ihi nA Vina
Polltnn Plaee-Honuaula Court House.
8Uten,h Proclnct-The wo,ero portion of
I Molokal lying wnstof tha Second Precinct ana
I south of the i'irat Proelnot
I vaiut Place KaunaltaUal School Houhb.
Sevuntconth Preclnct-T:iat portion of Molo-
'l lg eat of the Second Precinct.
Polling Place Halawa School Houso.
Klghtt'onth Precinct That portion of tho
PUtrlct of Wailuku lying botwoon the Wailuku
Stream and the Fourth Precinct.
Polling Place Walnec School House.
Nineteenth Precinct That portion of the
District of Koolsu lying between the Twelfth
ana Thliteenth Precincts.
Polling Place Nahlku school He use."
Twentieth Precinct That portlou' of Ea.t
Maul known as the District of Kaupi.
Polllu Place Kaupo school Hou-o.
TheolJctors In the foregoing Representatives
Dlstriet'are cnlitled ty, fleet K j. res tutatlve
Iu tho Third District six;
Is Tehtimoxt WIisiisof, I ha "-i nto se
my hand ana rausod the u .tl of tau Territory ot
Hawaii to be nfllxt-d. ,
Donk A,T Thh CAfrfoL, la Houolulu, this -'Jib
day 01 August, A. D. IW.
U. R.CARTEn. ''
Covernor ot Hawaii.
Equipped to supply you with
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We have a larger awd moro varied stock than kept by . any othur,
firm in the same line. Furniture repairing done skillfully and
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We haVe just received, direct from New York factory, a ship
rccnt of the famous
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Theseare specially (adapatable to thistlimate. We will be pleaseu,
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i T burner $5.50 2 burners $S.50 .3 burners $10.50
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Wurzburger is our new bottled beer. A little
. darker than the 4 Primo" and espezially good far
home use. It has all the strenthsning prco:rt
ties of malt'eztracts nd is far more, palatable.
Order Wurzburger from your dealer 'or direct
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