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The All Maui Ci U-lcct C!u! will
cross tnU with the Honolulu Club at
Kahului on October 23rd.
Give ho Now at Ions t a Lid al
your j i'i wuck hi fore you decide, to
send it to Honolulu or ihe Coasi;
Thf iiil Ma-n's sli 'uld j.'ol tor other
ami j;ivo the Stars another iiruciu-e
i.'a:ncat WuIIh 1'urk t"in iriMiv after
This in the season of polo and ten
nis at Mak wao. Saturday after
noon ui'o usu iliy kIvcii up to tlie lat
Willi a large attendance at court,
Wa'IuUu weai-8 a busy and cheerful
appearance this wet-:.
At 15 minutes to 4 o'clock cstcr
day; in iniii)", Central Maui was shak
en by a s-lrvi'P shuk of cart'iq'iake
uo ilU-iu.u rci'.iU'iii.,'.
Those (lps-iriiiir to uccouipuny the
M'Tiiinj.' Star ball team to Honolulu
ciiutai;i round trip ticket ai La'f
price on Mauna Loa.
The labor commissi, n which spent
a week oi Maui left by Tuesday nijht
lunau for Hawaii to investigate la
bor ronditiom on 'ho bin Uland.
Coui riu-.liir Jordan hopes to have.
t,-e new school house ready for occu
pancy by November 1, but it is ques
tionable if it can be occupied before
Those- knowing themselves to be in
debted to the News for .subscriptions
will kindly remit, as it is the aggre
gate of small Bums that make the
success of a newsparer.
A meeting of t.hc Women's Guild will
be held at the resilience- of, Mrs. G.
j 13. Kobei tson next Tuesday at 2:30.
I All members or the G ui)d arc request
v t ... i... ...i ..,-;.
wi Iconic before the nuoiiiijf.
It. is a! mil l time for a g.-lf ciu'i to
evolve at Wluku. The Wells I'ark
.rmiiKK 'IT'M1 an uvuilable si'e. an 1
two'tn; three oiUhiisiact. are all that
is needed to set the game going.
Brother Frank of the Catholic
Mission is interesting himself in the
matter of propagating the Japanese
beetle scale or blight, and should re
ceive the hearty' coopera'ion of all
h rested in destroying tha beetle.
A fii-o grade of Holstein bulls have
shipped to the Ulupalakua ranch,
and a noted iniproveiiuufc iu tho
grade f the beef from the ranch will
result Ulupalakua 'jeef, which is
111 Lvcome famous.
enubliiiui caedidates are
U cent nil Maul t ais week, aud
I news come j iu of their sue
Jvcn VVailuku, the former
A rf Loaiei ulism is getting
and -promineai homu rulers
laic Cj. ling out openly for the repub
; Although this Is the dull season at
iKShului, there is plenty loing there
ialong tho iue of repairs an J improve
jmen'.s. Kahului will prove a dan
'gero"? ijval to Wailuku intil they
i w into one big incorporated
; George O. Cooper, manager of tho
t'10 republican campaign is an in
defatigable, work, and he possesses a
high degree of executive ability which
is telling for good in the po itieul fight.
ThfNcws is backing him to win in the
end, kui'tcker t t'.io cj ttrary.
1 The old blacksmith sh u on -Main
street near Maiket, owned by Judge
i A. "Jepoikai and recently o -cupied
by ifnsT& Olsen has been torn down,
and will bo removod to the tidiery at-
. itahulul, to ba used as additional
quarters for the men employed there.
A Naw England dinner consisting
(f baked beans, brown bread, t old
vim and chicken, lntnco and pump
Jnu pie, ginicr bread, doughnuts &
coffee will be served by the Women's
G;ulld of Wailuku, on the church J
grouuUs, Eaturuay Uct. Zl, from vi
to 2 p. m.
Dcl.ghtful muskmelons arc now
e!ug successfully grown at Mr.
ilarshall's rauch at Kahakuloa1. 6'!),
ij, Maui wont grow anylhing, and
lever would unless it was first
ilauted and cultivated. We uetd
ust plenty of Marshalls, aud we'll
;et 'em, too.
The regular quarterly meeting of
he stockholders of the Maui Wine
and Liquor Co. Ltd. will be held al
the K. of P. Hall, on Wednesday
i f,ober 19th, Vm, at 7:30 P. M.
H Secretary M.' W. &' L.; Co. Ltd
PITCHES ZAMLOCH GF THE ELKS PLAYS
FOR A SHUT OUT. KAKULU
FiELMRS NOT ABLE TO
P.70BABLE HjNE UP OF STARS.
Steamship Company 0?fer One
Fnre Foi Round Trip. Out.
bidcra Mny TuUe' Ailvnn
to6e oi IJalc.
The KahuluW downed tlie Morning
Stars for the second time Ihis season
la-t Sunday at Weils l'ark.
With the exception possibly of
George Cuiunwgs who placed with
the Kahuiuis, the Stars line up was
what it will be when they vistt Hono
lulu to cross bats with the Mailes.
. Zamloch pitched an excellent name
bu. !h ret' cost errors bj'Fcrrandez,
one by Coruweil and i.nii by Horner
all iivei i he Stars lo score five runs.
With the proper field support Zam
loch could have shul "out the Stars,
as after the lirst the lirst im.ing and
possibly the first batter he hi'd little
or no trouble in striking out his men.
While the game" was in no senso a
le; gue game, ns it was . gotten up
on the spur of the moment to permit
the Stars to have practice it was an
interesting one in many respects.
Particularity the' play at home by
Zamloch in the fourth inning when lie
put, out J. Garcia by a lot t bander
wlm wii attempting to make a run
(in a iissrd hull.
Aside from liie battery work of t lie
Ki.hni.ii'.s the Stars placed a much
:cit.er lie! .ing game Jul-, ing a double
1 1 u ' iu the second and another in the
fifth inning to their credit.
In the third inning A. GarMa made
a pretty running catch of a high fly
off Horner's bat.
Had the visiting pitcher been as
familiar with the ground and the in
dividual players he would have had
mure than leu slri.ee uuls, but us it
was he played au all around good
Following is the scorj by inniugs;
12345078!) Kohuluis 0 2 I) 04010 7
Stars 1 0 0010120 5
Double Plays A. Garcia and J. Gar
cia, J." Garcia and Smith. Struck
out by Zamloch 10 by N. Krueger 10.
T o baso hits Croweil, three base
hits Henderson and Cuminings.
The following is the probable line
u 3 of the Maui team for the inter
island game at Honolulu.
N. Krueger p.
T. Krueger u.
J. Garcia 2b.
George Cummings 3b.
A. Garcia s. s.
W. Croweil 1'.
W. Morris cf.
A. J. Jackhon f.
The Inter Island S. N. Company
hav! courteoursly offered the ball
tos'sers a one are, six dollars for the
round trip. This rate is not confiued
lo the team, but any ooe who wishes
to go with the players to witness the
g'i'.i.e, may avail ihcinselvts of this
excusiou rate by or rang ng ..i b J.
Messrs. Isnberg and Doden left town
pu tho Kaui Sunday morniug, the
former f gentlenun being alwut to
returned lo Germany.
A pleasant party was given at the
fJeaclrHousoi last Saturday evening.
On Sunday uio:ning Mrs. Mulony
was., thrown from her carriage, re
cievmg slight bruises. After resting
at Mj'S.'QIieu's she returned h u i.
. A sailor met with a serious ac
client at Kaanapali last week,' and
was sent to a hospital in Honolulu.
Mrs. Ir.viuv Mivaud Mrs. J. Gibb
aud Mr. Gilford were at Olovvalu
some' days ago. , , ,
Dr. Wall' is expected in Lahaina
Mr. and Mrs. Storm have returned
from the Philippines. ;pid Mrs f-tjrm
is teaching at North Kona.
Mr. Oebflrp-,' ,a forjiier teacher ul
Honolulu, a?'d ill. Haucberg are iu
business near .Vera Cruz,' Mexico.
A kJananejc ilrije, , paraded the
strecti of Sunday afternoon.
The Governor directs that notice be
given of the following Polling Places
and Inspectors of Election for the General
Election to be held November 8lh.,
1904, for the election of a Delegate to the
House of Representatives of the United
States to serve during the Fifty-ninth
Congress, ond for Two Senntors and Six
Representatives to the Legislature of the
Territory of Hawaii from the
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT
Islands of Maui, Moiokai, Lanai and
(The first named Inspector in each pre
cinct acts as Chairman).
1st Precinct Polling Place, Kalaupapa
Store House Ins--ecloi-s: Y. Clark;
Etnil Van Lit; and M. K. Makaenn.
and 1'recuiet Polling Place, Pukoo
Court House. Insrectors: Dibble K. I!;;e
J. H. llahoe; and John Kamai.
3rd Precinct Polling Plaei-, Circuit
Court House at h ihaina. Inspectors: W.
Henning; Junior Maikeiki Ihihi; and W.
4th Prceinct Polling Place, ' Honoka
hau Scho 1 House Inspectors: David
Taylor, Jr.; I). Kapaku; and August Rei
mann. 5th Precinct Polling place, Kahalc
palaoa Store House Inspectors: Charles
Gay; 3. Kahoohalaliala; and N. Kealakaa
6th Precinct Polling Place, Circuit
Court House at Wailuku Inspectors: Jas.
N. K. Keola; S. E. Kaiuc; a: d A. G.
'tli rrecmct roll.ng r.ac.', jpiiigar
Rojm lit P.iuaene Mil' In pi.tors: Dan
Quill; Win. Walsh; and Win. it. H.irdy.
Hth Precinct Polling Plac , Hosjiit:'.!
B.iilding at Uiiiei Inspcitor. : ii. C. Hof-
gaard, 8.1111 Kuala; unl Jaaies Scott.
9th Precinct Polling Place, Kealahou
School House Inspectors: David Morton
Antone F. Tavares; and Noa Kainakau.
loth Precinct Polling Place, Haiua
kuapoko Mill Inspectors: W. S. Nichols
J. H. Nui; and W. F. Mossman.
nth Precinct Polling Place, Huelo
School House Inspecirs: V. F. Poguc;
J. Vincent; and D. X. Opnn.ii.
1 2th Precinct Polling Pluce, Keanae
School House Inspectors: C!ta-!es il.uii;
D. V. Na;,ikaa;and S. K. Kaiiui.-i.
13U1 Precinct Polling Place, I! ma
Court House Inspectors: F. ii. k..se
erans; B. K. Kaiwiaea; anil Geo. V"a:t.
14th Precinct Polling Place, Kipaiuiiu
School ;l u-ie :!.!.; o-s: A. Grow; M.
li. Kane, and G. W. Kauliane.
15th Precinct Polling Place, Houuau
la Court House Inspectors: G. K. Ku
nukau; Ed. Wilcox; and Guy Goodness.
16th Precinct Polling Place, Kauua
kakai School House Inspectors: H. R.
Meyers; Jas: K. Koa; and S. X. Pahupu.
i;th Precinct Polling Place, Halawa
School HouseInspectors: Rev. J. Kaa
louahi; S. N. Kauakahi; and Z. Kaniauao
18th PrecinctPolling Place, WaiHee
Shool House Inspectors: Robert I. ' It.
Nawahine; C. A. Kanaeholo; and A.V
19th Precinct Polling Place, Nah!:u
School House Instiectors: Hauli Howell
John Kaiwi; aud Henry Renter. .
aoth Precinct Polling Place, Kanpo
School House Inspectors: L. K. Kiike:
J. P. laa.na; and J. K. Kahoopii.
A. L. C. Atkinson.
Secretary of the Territory of Hawaii.
' Honolulu, October 10th, 1904.
Notick 01 Commissioxkr's Sat.k ok
Ou 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
5280, L. C. A. 4151, to Kalawaia Kumoku
of Kanaio, Houuaula, Maui, a apanAs,
having an area of 4.73 acres, more or less;
All that certain piece aud parcel of laud
comprised in Royal Patent numbered 1248
to Kalaw.ua KumnVu of Kanaio, Houuau
la, Maui, Ttrr.tory of Hawaii, containing
au area of 34.3 acres more or less, to
gether with the improvements situate on
said land consisting of two frame houses
(one about 36ft. by 28ft, aud the other
about lSft. by 30ft.) and also a water
tight cemented cistern of about 100 barrel
capacity, reserving the family burial plot
of about 100ft. by 100ft. in area.
For further particulars apply to D. H.
Case Esq., Attorney for plaintiffs, in Wai
luku or to the undersigned ut Kihei,
' Commission erf
Wailuku, Maui, Sept. 20, 1904.
Si'Jlt. il. Out-, I. . 1. ti,
NOTICB UH ASSESSMENT.
HAMA PLANTATION COMPANY! I.O
t'ultou of prluclul pluiiiof busiQin, san
FruucUco, C'ullfuriilu. Ux'utlou ol workJHaua,
Maul, Territory oi Hawaii.
Nollco la hon-by kIvod, tbat at a uu i'ilnx ol
tliullourdol DlrccUirH, hnlj on Urn gltkday of
Auuust, lU, au uxiHwsmttiit, Nu, 6, uftuc"(IU
couu ix-r skuru, wax lovU'J UHa tliu vuiiilul
Ntouk of tliu Corporation, imynliU' lium-diati'ly
lu culli'rt Hiutoit Koltl coiu la tliu Tn-uxuir it!
ittt Coaipuy, LouU Saroul, al UN oiUru, No. GUI
iLhuiu slrvut, bau Fruui-lsui, C'ullloruln.
Auy Klovk upou wlikli IliU ikwoKKan-ut nIiuII
ri'iu:lu uu..ij ou t.io liltiit'ulh tiny ul (VtoU'r,
lii, will IwUi'liU'iuent, aniluavortlH-Hl for uli
ut ;)Ulilli; aui-tlou; uud uuls i;iyiuiut 1.4 maclit
lii'f.iiv, will Im s.il.1 .iu TUKSOAV, Ui i l.nli .U
oINovuiulmr, l ull, to p.iy tile iluliui) i.-m u...isn.
iii -ut, tu -tnrr Willi tliuc.istsot uuv i!i .iiirfajtt
t!.iou.-i!S of -:alo. '
Ity or lirrof 'hi'lliwr! nf Dlr-u-mra,
1 at;. n.r-; , ,:,,.'. ;
fli-. So. iVU IUI S C.-!, Ji.a I'.MI'r' ' '
, -i iii.
Wiikukas, the Act to provide a Government
for the.Torrltory of Hawaii provides that a gen
eral election sliall bo held on tho Tuesday next
after the first Monday In November, A. D. 19i 4
aud that at least forty days before any election
the tJovoraor shnll.lssuo au election proclun'a
tion. and ?
Wiieiisas, It Is provided in the Rules and
Regulations for Administering Oaths and Hold
ing Elections that no change shall be diadu as
to tho boundaries of any precinct within sixty
days of election,
Now. Tiieiiefoiie, In accordance therewith,
i, George K.Carter, Governor of the Territory
of Hawaii, hereby give notice that a gcncial
election for a Dulegute to the Houso of Repres
entatives of the United States to serve during
tho Firty-Dlut! CongreSB, and for Senators and
KjprosentatiVRS or tlie Legislature of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, will be hold on Tuesday, Nov
ember Hth. A. D. Will, ttiroaghout the Territory
butwet-u the hou.l of 8 o'liobk a. m. uud 5
oVloclc jn. '. ; u.; '
Tao Senatorial Districts are.'as followst
Fuist DisTiucT TLeilsland of Hawaii;
S.X'OND ;Distkic'T The Islands of Maulj
Moiokai Lanai and Kahoolawe;
Thiiiu Disthict The Island of Onhu;
FochTB Disthict The Islands ut aual
The electors In tho said Senatorial Districts
are ontltUid to elect tjcnuloisuu follows:
In tlie Second District two.
Tao Roprorentatlre Distiiet!!, Regla.ratUn
Precljcts und Polling Places are as follows:
Is'un Ja of fllnul, Moloknl, Lnnnl and
First Precluct That portion of:MolokaI con
slntiug of Kalawao and Kalaupapa.
Polling Place Kalaupnpa Store House.
Second Precinct That portion of Molokal
bounded ou the east by Honoullwai and Hala
wa, and on the west by Kawela and the First
Polling Plaeo Pukoo Court House.
Third Precinct That 'portion of West Mi ul
lying between tho lands of Walkapu in the Dis
trict of Wailuku nnd tto li-.mts of Hoiiokawal In
t'.ie District of Ka:i:iii! iili.
Polling Place Circuit Court House ut Lah: i-
Fourth PiTiiuclTlir.t pol li n of 'Wo t Mat I
Ij lu' between the lan.'.:'. of Hunakaoo aud Vi'oi
hei. kuown as Kuimupcll.
Polllug Place Hoiiol'.nhau School House.;
Fifth Prenlnct The Island of Lunai.t ,
Polling Plaee Kahalcpulaoa Store House.
Sixth Precinct That portion; of thotpistrlct
of Wailuku lying south of Wailuku Stream and
west of a line running from the mouth ot Wai
luku Stream southly aloug tho sand hills to
Maalaoa Bay and lncludlng.Itho Island' of Ka
Polllug Place Circuit Court Houso at Wailuku,-v..
Seventh Precinct That portion of the Dis
trict bounded by the Sixth Precinct, the sea,
tnejandsorPulohunul. Kaliulinui, Kallua, Ho
kuula, Hamakuaixiko and the sea.
Polling Place Sugar Room at Puuueno Mill.
.. Eighth Proclnct All that portion of Kula ou
ffcut Maul lyiug wost of a lino running from
Hdauaula to tho north boundary of I'ulclimiul'
on t In-line of tho two hills, Puu o Kail and Puu
Polling rioce Hospital Building at Kihei.
Ninth Precinct The remainder of Kula and
that portion ef Hamakuapoko lying southwest
of thn Mallko Gulch dni mauka of the road run
nlug'from Kaluanui to tho'MaltQwuo Jail and
line in extension thereof.
Polling Place Kealahou School House.
Tenth Precinct The remainder of Hamakua
poko and that portion of Hamakualoa lying
west of the Ilalehaku Stream.
Polling Place Hamakuapoko Mill. ;.p
Elovenrh Product That portion of Kiw-t
Maul lying between Halehaku and Opuola
Streamr.' . .. .
Polling Place Huilo School Hmise. .
Twelfth Precinct That portion of Kant Maul
lying between Opuola and Kaupuula Streams.
Polling Plaee Keanae School Bouse.
Thlrteeenth Precinct The District of nana
lying be! wen the Districts of .Koolau uud Kl-
Pol', jig Plae i Huaa Cmrt H uh.
Fourtouuth Precinct Tho Dlitrli-t of Klpa-
Klpahulu School Houso,
Ftft'i.iath l'ruclact T'mt iiorlloa of East
Maul lying west of the DUtrli-l of Uaupo and
south of Precincts Eight uud Nino.
Polling Plnoo Honuuuln Court llonse.V
Sixtwnih Priioluct The wostern portion of
Molokal lytng west of the Sucoud Prut I nil and
soMth of the First Preiiucl.
IVU log Place Kaunukakul Scliool House,
t. Sovcuteeutb Precinct Tuat portion of Molo-
tt.ll lying oast of tho Secoud Product.
Polling Place Halawa Scliool Home. "
. flight -enth Pivcluot That portion of the
Plstrlct of Wailuku lvlu: bntwuou the Wailuku
Stream and the Fourth Preclui-t.
j Piling Place W.itliee Scl.ool House.
Ntnoteenth P.-ciinct T tat iwrtluo of tbu
DUirlct of Koolau lyluj luiwooutbo Twelfth
and Thirteenth PwiuclK.
Polling Pluee Nahiku school Hi use.
Twentieth Precinct That portion of Kt
Man I known as thu District of Kaupn.
Polling Place liaupo school Hnusu.
Tbi'iiluctors In the fori-going Repn'sentatlveK
Dlmii.-t are entitled to elect Representative
Iu tho Third IHstilut six:
In Tkstimosv Whkiiuof, I kave h rcuuto e
my baud und caused the seal of thu Territory of
Hawaii to Iki uRtxed.
Donf. At Tin; OAPiior in Houolulu.thls ith
I ij of August, A. D. I9i4.
G. R, CAKT-KH,
Governor of Hawaii.
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We have just received, direct from .New York factory, ; a ship
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These nre specially ndnpatnhle to this climate,., We will bo pU u. u
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