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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, APRIL 29, 1905
VH ERE AS, ACT 39 of the Regu
lar Session of 1905 of the Legislature
to the Territory of Hawaii provides
that an Election shall be held on the
Twentieth day of June, A. D. Nine
teen Huudred and Five, for the first
Election of County Officers, and that
a proclamation shall be made by the
Governor immediately upon the pas
sage and approval of said Act:
NOW, THEREFORE, in accor
dance Herewith, I, GEORGE R.
CARTER, Governor of the Territory
of Hawaii, hereby jives notice that
a special election for county olllccrs
of the several Counties of the TerrU
tory of Hawaii, will be held on Tues
day, the 20th day of June, A. D. 1905,
bet ween the hours of 8 o'clock A. M.
and 5 o'clock P. M., in each County
throughout the Territory, except the
CounU of Kalawao including Kalau
papa, Kalawao and Wnikolu on the
Island of Molcka:.
The Counties are as follows:
1. THE ISLAND OF OAIIU
and all other Islands in the Territory
not included in any other County, and
the waters adjacent thereto, shall be
the County of Oalui, with its County
Seat at Honolulu.
2. THE ISLAND OF TJAWAII
and all other Islands lying within
three nautical miles of the shores
thereof, and the waters adjacent
thereto, shall be the County of Ha
waii, with its County Seat a Hilo.
3. THE ISLANDS OF MAC I.
MOLOKAI, LANAI AND KATIOO
LAWE and all other Is'amls lying
within three nautical miles of the
shores thereof, and the waters ad
acent thereto, except that portion
of the Island of Molokai knwn as
Kalaup'apa, Kalawao and Wauolu
and commonly known and designated
as the Leper Settlement, shall be the
County of Maui, with its County Scat
4. THE ISLANDS OF KAUAI
and NIIHAU and all other Islands
lving within three nautical miles of
the shores thereof, and the waters
adjacent thereto, shall be the County
of Kauai, with its county seat at
County officers to be elected for
the County of Maui.
FIVE SUPERVISORS, one being
from each of the Five Districts of La-
haina, Wailuku, Hana, Makawao and
Molokai, excepting the Leper Settle
SHERIFF, who shall be ex-officio
Coroner: COUNTY CLERK, who
shall be ex-officio Clerk of the Hoard
of Supervisors; AUDITOR; ASSES
SOR and TAX COLLECTOR;
COUNTY ATTORNEY, TREASU
RER: all to be elected bv the duly
qualified Electors of the County.
DEPUTY SHERIFF, and a DE
PUTY ASSESSOR and TAX COL
LECTOR, to be elected by the quali
fied Electors of each and every Dis
The Registration Precincts are as
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DIS
Islands of Maci, Molokai, Lanai
SECOND PRECINCT. That por
tion of Molokai bounded on the cast
by Honouliwai and Halawa, and on
the west by Kawela and the First
Precinct. ' Poll'ng Place Pukoo
THIRD PRECINCT. That portion
of West Maui lying between the
1 laDds of Waikapu in the District of
Wailuku and the lands of Ilonokawai
in the District of KaanapaH. Polling
Place Circuit Court House of La-
FOURTH PRECINCT. That por
tion of West Maui lying between the
lands of Hanakaoo and Waihee
known as Kaanapali. Polling Place
Honokahau School House.
FIFTH PRECINCT. The Is land of
Lanal. Polling Place Kahalepaluna
SIXTH PRECINCT. That portion
of the District of Wailuku lying south
of Wailuku Stream and west of a Hue
running from the mouth of Wailuku
Stream southerly along the land bills
to Maalaea Bay and including th
Islaud of Kahoolawe. Polling Place
Circuit Court House at Wailuku
SEVENTH PRECINCT. That por
tion of the District of Wailuku bound
, ed by the ixth l'recinct, the sea,
the lands of Pulehunui, Kalialinui
Kailua, Hokuula and Hamukuapoko
and the sea. Polling Place Sugar
Rosin of Puuner.e Mill.
EIGHTH PRECINCT. All that
portion of Kula on East Maui lying
west cf a line from Honuaula to the
north boundary of Pulehunui on the
lie of the two hills, Puu o Kali and
Puu o Koha. Polling Place Hospi
tal Building at Kihe.i.
NINTH PRECINCT, The remain
der of Kula and that portion of Ha-
makuapoko lying southwest of the
Maliko Guich and mauka of the road
unning from Kaluanui to the Maka
wao Jail and a line in extension there-
Polling Place Kealahou School
TENTH PRECINCT. The remain
der of Humakuapoko and that por
tion of TIamakualoa lying west of the
Halthaku stream. Polling Place
ELEVENTH PRECINCT. That
portion of East Maui lying between
Ualehaku and Opuola Streams. Poll
ing Place Huelo School House.
TWELFTH PRECINCT. That
portion of East Maui lying bet ween
Opuola nnd Kaupaula Streams. Poll
ing Place Keanae School House.
THIRTEENTH PRECINCT: The
District of liana lying between the
Districts of Koolau and Kipahulu.
Polling Place Hana Court House.
FOURTEENTH PRECINCT. The
District of Kipahulu. Polling Place
Kipahulu School House.
FIFTEENTH PRECINCT. That
portion of East Maui lying west ot
the District of Kaupo and south of
Precincts Eight and Nine. Polling
Place Honuaula Court House.
SIXTEENTH PRECINCT. The
western portion of Molokai lying
west of the Second Precinct and south
of the First Precinct. Polling Place
Kaanakakai School House.
That portion of Molokai lying east of
the Second Precinct. Polling Place
Halawa School Huse.
EIGHTEENTH PRECINCT. That
po-tion of the District of wailuku
lying between the Wailuku btieam
and the Fourth Precinct. Polling
Place Waihee School House.
NINETEENTH PRECINCT. That
portion of the District of Koolau ly
ing between the Twelfth and
Thirteenth Precincts. Polling Place
Nutiiku School House.
TWENTIETH PRECINCT. That
portion of East Maui known as the
District o" Kaupo. Polling Place
Kaupo School Ilou6e. .
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set my hana
and caused the seal of the
(spun Territory of Hawaii to be
DONE AT THE EXECUTIVE
HUI LDING. in Honolulu, this
17th. day of April, A. D. 1905.
G. R. CARTER,
By the Governor,
A. L. C. ATKISON,
lOlf. Secretary of Hawaii.
Japan'ft Gratitude To United the
NEW YORK, April 12. -Declaring
that it was the United States, that
gave to Japan the guns, the smoke
less powder, the telephones and tele
graph with which victory on the
battlefield had been won, Baron
Kaneko of Japan aroused great en
thusiasm at the banquet tendered to-
night by the New York coaimandery
to the general officers and delegates
attending the fourth biennial con
vention of the military Order of
"When yousent Commodore Terry
fifty years ago," said Commander
Kaneko, "you introduced us to the
world and to Western civilization
Since you introduced us to Western
civilization wo have reorganized our
army and made the Emperor the
head of it. AVe teach our soldiers
never to fight with our neighbors
and you, gentlemen, can rest assured
that we will not declare war with
foreign power unless it is forced up
on us. As long as the Philippines
are near us we welcome you as our
neighbors, and we always come to
you as your protege."
Miss Elsie Janis, who may be right
ly termed America's most popular
singiug comedienne, was a special
feature at Hammersteiu's Victoria
New York, recently. Her rendition
cf "Iu The Pale Moonlight" during
an imitation of Vesta Tillcy, was one
of the decided hits. This song
published by Jos. . Mern & Co. as
1 UK! L.. , .1 - I
.lis Uifco v isiiing anoiiicr niiiiiuer
, I which Miss Janis has sung with sue
Dentil of James It. Thomas
Hilo; April 20. James II. Thomas,
for manj years engaged on planta
tions throughout the Territory, died
of heart disease at the Hilo Hospital
early yesterday morning April 19.
His last employment was will. Olaa
Sugar Co. Deceased had been ill for
several months but at intervals was
able to go about town, During the
past month his condition has grown
more serious and on Monday Doctor
Holland was consulted. He advised
that he be taken to the hospital,
the Government providing accom
modations for such cases. The sug
gestion was acted upon and Mr.
Thomas was removed to that mstitu
tion on Tuesday morning. Combined
with his heart ailment there was a
lung affection. Deceased was atone
time a Mason and Knight of Pythias.
He leaves a large family in straiten
A Teutonic Warning
A subscriber in Shanghai sends us
copy of Die Zukunft for January
7, 1905 a journal published in Berlin
and marks the following passage
from an article entitled "Port Niko-
aus," which we translate:
If the war proceeds, the race con
unisress of the neutrals may be
come stronger than their hatred of
Russia. It should be remembered in
London that the president of the
Japanese House of Peers at the time
of the mobilization, wrote as follows:
The sacred duty is incumbent upon
us as the leading slate of Asiatic
progress to stretch a helping hand
to China, India, Corea, to all the
Asiatics who have confidence in us,
and who are capable of civilization.
As their most powerful friend, we
desire them all to be free from the
yoke which Europe has placed upon
them, and that they may thereby
prove to the world that the Orient
is capable of measuring swords with
the Occident on any field of battle "
A year has elapsed since then, and
and r.o one remembers the haughty
words which came straight from the
heai t of the yellow worrior nation.
Joy over the disaster to the Musco
vite is to loud. Yellow peril? Such
nonsense. It is a good thing for
Europe that the insular, inert, and
completely corrupt Russians are
having it rubbed in." The more
they get the better. Those who
talk like this must actually faucy
that Japan can annihilate Russia,
or hope that victory will moderate
the insolence of Japanese prestige.
Both the belief and the hope are
false. Russia has as much food for
the cannon as she will need. Her
finances are sound, in spite of all the
prayers of the press to the contrary.
And Japan, if she reaches her aim
in the nrst eucounter, will never
rest until she has d.iven the bl.mde
barbarians from the East, and until,
in spite of the opposition of the Man-
chu dynasty, she has shaken China
from her slumbers and has taken
unto herself the trade of that cnor
mous region. Argonaut.
Wonts Taft to Visit Australia.
MANILA, April 12 -Governor
Geueral Northcote of the common
wealth of Australia will, it is under
stood, invite Secretary of War Taft
and party to visit Australia during
the party's forthcoming visit to the
Philipines, The commonwealth of
Australia will defray the entire ex
pense, it is said. The American
Chamber of Commerce of Manila is
preparing to entertain Secretary
Taft and party on an extensive scale
during their stay in Manila.
Joe Jefferson at Death's Door
West Palm Beach. Fla., April 18.
The condition of Joseph Jefferson,
the veteran actor, has undergone
change for the worse, and the out
lock for his recovery is not so hope
ful. Physicians have been in con
stant attendance at his bedside, and
report him as very weak. The mem
bers of his family who are not al
ready with him have been telegraph
ed tc come.
At midnight hs ralied somewhat
Dr. Potter, his physician, and some
members of Lis family have retired
It is thought he will at least live
throug the night.
A paper published iu Florida, iu an
uouuciug a forthcoming wedding, say
that " the bride-elect is a queenly look
ing girl of a superb physiognomy. New
No More Numbered BallotM
"No." suid Secretary Atkinson
this morning, when askedif there
were to be numbers on the ballots in
the coming county election. "You
can quote me as emphatically as you
want as saying there will not be any
numbers on the ballots. The elec
tion law will be followed to the letter
in every re pect and that is all there
is about it."
This may mean a good deal of con
fusion and misunderstanding at the
polls. The law does not provide for
the various instructions issued for
the benefit of precinct officers and
voters last time, any more than It
provides for numbers, and it is pre
dieted that there will be numerous
mistakes among the ignorant voters.
It is also claimed that the lack of
numbers on the ballots opens the
door for fraudulent use of fake
bollols, but in view of the contest
begun in the courts over the number
ing of ballots last time, there will be
no more numbering until the law is
Important Point Raised in Senate
Honolulu, April 21. The most in
teresting feature ot today's Senate
Session was the sustaining of the
Governor's veto of the liquor bill.
Hewitt brought up a very interest
ing and possibly very vital point.
When the Governor's veto of the bill
was received Ulerk havidge dis
covered that the veto message re
ferred to the bill under a different
title from the one the bill bore which
was given to the Governor by the
Legislature. Yerterdav, when the
matter was brought up, the mistake
was regarded as a harmless clerical
error and the veto message was
handed to a committee to get cor
rected, which was done. Today
Hewitt held that the bill which the
Governor vetoed was not the liquor
bill but a mere nothing at al. phan
tom with no ral existence. In the
meantime the real liquor bill had
consequently been in the Governor's
hands over ten days without being
acted on and was accordingly law.
The question caused some conster
nation, but the senate finally decided
that it was for the courts to deter
mine the matter and went on with
action on the veto.
Terry McGovern a Wreck.
Hot Springs (Ark.), April 12
With his mind deranged and com
pletely broken down in health,
Terry McGovern, the former light
weight champion of the world, will
be sentfromhere to-day to a private
sanatorium in the hope of regaining
his health. He is under the con
stant guard of a male nurse.
Coffee, Bananas, Pineapples.
San Francisco April 18 Guate
mala and Mexican, prime to lancy
washed, ll(ll4Je; strictly good
washed, 10Jlllc; inferior to fair,
710c; good to prime washed and
unwashed Peaberry. 9j12c; ' good
to superior unwashed, 9i(",93c; Ha
waiian prime to fancy, Y2(hj4c; fair
to good, 10lljc; Peaberry, 1112.
New York, April 7. The market
for Coffee futures closed barely steady
at a net. decline of 5 to 10 points. Total
sales, 72,250 bags. May, 6.25(36.300
September, 6.65(ni6.80c; December,
6.907.00; March, 7.05c(7.10.
Coffee Spot Rio. quiet; mild,
Bananas, per bunch, Hawaiian, $1
$1 75; Bluelields, II 50()2 50; Pine
apples, per doz. Hawaiian Nomi
nal. Per box Oranges, Navels,
fancy, $1 75(5;2 25 choice, $1 25(04 75
standard, 90c(5$l 40 as to size; Seed
ings, $1(21 25 Lemons, 75c2 25
Limes, 14.00(34 50.
Mr. Chas, Hoey has made a special
feature at the Crown Theatre, Fort
Worth, Taxas, of Arthur J. Lamb
and S. R. Henry's new ballad "When
The Harvest Moon Is Shining On The
River." It is also being featured
with great success by the "Messeng.
er Boy" Trio.
MUs Edith Yerrington, one of the
stars in the cast of "Smiliug Island
(a comic opera now enjoying an ex
tended ruu in Chicago), is featuring
three of Jas. W. Stern & Co's. songs
with contribute in a great degree to
the general successor the production
The songs comprise "Black-eyed Su
san," a clever number by Cole
Johnson; " Any eld lree. a song
satire hit bv Dick Temple; and
"Dingle Dongle Dell" the latest sue
cessful effort by Clare Kuinmer, com
poser of "Egypt."
Foreclose, and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of the power of sale
contained in hut certain Indenture
of Mortgage dated the lllh duv of
August 1H93, executed, neknow-
dged and de'iveri d
i ined in by
w). as morgag r, aiv
a e we (K) her husband, m token ol
lis consent, tin reto, both ol llono-
il'.' Oalui, to Clare ie W. Aslifo''.J,
of said Honolulu, a Mortgagee; re
orde-.l in t he olliee of the Registrar
if Conveyance in Liber 15;j, on page
397 to 39H, the pres. Mil. holder and
owner or sai l mortgage, intends to
recMse 'lie same and sell the pro
perty therein named, for conditions
broken, thai is to sav; for non-payment
( f principal, and non payment
interest, due, as by the terms
The above mortgage was givn to sr.
cure the payment of a ;ronii-sory note
of even date therewith, fjr seven v-
five do'lars, ($75, OH) and pav-
ible in nine mouths after date;
thereafter, on I lie '.511th day of July
1H95 it was for value sold and assign
ed by said Clarence V. Ashford to the
loneer .Mill Company, limited, who
the picscnt owner and holder
thereof, such assignment being of
record in Liber 157, on page 59 and
Notice is likewise given bv said
Pioneer Mill Company. Limited,
that, lifter the expiration of three
(3) weeks from date of this notice, 1o-
wit, on Monday the 11 day of May
D 190,), at 12 o clock noon of said
Gay, said mortgaged property, for
the reasons herein rbove stated,
will te sold at public auction, at ihe
makai entrance to the court house,
at Lahaina, Maui, Territory of Ha
Terms of sale; cash al t in
Deeds at the expense of the pur
haser. For further particulars regarding
sale, and of property, to be sol?,
apply to I). H. Case, Attorney for
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited, at
Wailuku, Maui; or to the Pioneer
Mill Company, Limitf d, at Lahaina,
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited,
Assignee of said mortgage.
Dated 29 day of April 1905.
Description of property.
The following is u description of
the property conveyed by said mort
gage, and winch will be sold;
Ah and singular those parcels of
land situate at Kooka, Lahaina, in
the island 9! Maui, Territory of Ha
wail, more particularly described in
Roval Patent 1699, Laud Commission
Wa'rd 645,8. to Manu (k).
April 29; May 6, 13, .and 20.
Hoolaha llooko a Kuai a ka Mca
Ma keia ke :ioikeia ak' nei, mamu
li o ka niana kuai maloko o kekahi
Palapala Moraki i haniiia ma ka k
14 o Augate 1893, i hanaia, hooiaioia,
a haawiia e Wahinelele (vv), Mea Ma
raki, a i hui pu ia hoi e J. Kaiawe,
kana kane mare, i hoike no kona ae.
no Honolulu, Oahu, laua a i elua, ia
Clarence W. Ashford, o Honolulu i
oleloia, Mea Paa Moraki; i kopeiama
ke Keena Hoona Kulear.a ma Mono
lulu ma ka L?uKe 153, ma na aoao 397
ame 398, a o ka mea e paa nei a c
ona nei i ka moraki i oleioia, kj ma
nao nei oia e paniku, e hooko, a e
kuai aku i ka waivvai i houkakaia
traloko olaila, no na kumu i uhaiia,
oia hoi: no ka uku ole i ke kumupaa
ame ka ukupanee, e like me ia i hoa-
kaka ia maloko.
Ua haawiia ka moraki maluna ae
mea e hoopaa ai i ka uku ana i keka
hi nota o ia la hookohi no, no ka-
nahiku kuinamalinia ($75.00) dala
a e uuma noi uoKri o eiwa inaiuna
ma ia hope mai; a mahopc mai
ma ka la 150 o Julai, 1895 ua hoo-
hloia no kekahi kumu kuai a haawiia
e Clarence W. Ashford i oleloia i ka
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited (Hui
Maluko o Luhama i . iuuipalenaia),
oia hoi ka ona nine ka mea e paa nei
ka moraki I keia wa, a oia hoohlo
ana ua kopuia ma ka Duke 157, ma
na aoao ;9 ame 60.
Ke hoike pu aku uei ka Pioneer
Mill Company,' Limited, mahope iho
o ka pau ana o ca puieckolu mahope
o ka la o keia hoolaha, oia hoi, ka
Poakahi, Mei 22, A I) 1905, ma ka
hora 12 awawea o la la, o Ua waiwai
moraki i oleloia, no na kumu lhoikeia
maluna, e kuaiii aku ana ma ke akca
ma ka puka komo makai o ka Hale
Hookolokolo i Lahaina, Maui, Teri
tori o Hawaii.
Ke ano o ke kuai: lie kuiko i ka
wa e kuai ai.
Na ka mea kuai e uku ua hoolilo o
na palapala kuai.
No na mea aku i koe e pi!i vaca i
keia kuai, ame ke ano hoi o ka aina
e ninau ia D. II. Case, Loio o ka Pio
neer Will foinpany, l-imited, ma
Wailuku, Maui, a l ole i ka Pioneer
Mill Company, Limited, ma Lanalna
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited
Mea i hooliioia mai ai ka moraki
Hanaia i keia la 29 o Aperila 1905.
"Ke ano o ka waiwai.
O keia malalo iho ke I n; o ka wai
wai i hooliioia ma keia moraki a
kuaiia aku ana:
"O keia mau ainuui aina apau i
waiho la ma Kooka, Lahaina, Moku
punio Maui, Teritori o Hawaii, a
hoakakaia hoi ma ka Palapala Si!
Nui Helu 1699, Kuleanu Helu 545S
ia Manu (k)."
Aperila 29. Mei 6, 13 ame 20.
Mortgagee's Notice of In tent inn
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose, and of Sale.
Notice i hereby given that under
and by virtue of the power of sale
contained in that certain Indenture
of Mortgage, d:.ti (1 the 27th day of
September l.ts, executed acki.ow
ledgeil and delivered by Haliaka Ke
liiwaiwai 'le, (w) (widow) of Lahaimi,
Maui, Territory of Haw aii, as Mort
gagor, to PioneiM Mill Company,
Limited, a Corporation, ac Mort
gagee, v,; id iiiiirtgHge having been
given to secure the payment of a
promissory note of at even date
therewith for Sli.VVtMI. pa v able in live
years a'ler date, and drawing in
terest nl the rate of 7 per cent
per annum, and now t" be sold be
cause of the non payment of said
principal sum and interest due there
on; which said mortgage is recorded
in t' e office of the Registrar of Con
veyanees, in Honolulu, in Liber 1S2.
iage :hi; and winch morn-age is still
Id and owned bv said Pioneer Mill
Company. Limited, the said Mort
gagee intends to foreclose said mort-
ige for conditions broken, that is
to say, for the r.nn-paymcnt of the
principal sum therein named and for
the non-payment of interest, as bv
terms of said mortgage secured.
Notice is likewise given by said
Mortgagee, the Pioneer Mill Com
pany, limited, that after the ex
piration of (3 weeks from the date
of this notice, to-wit: on Monday, the
2nd day of May 1905, at 12 o'clock
noon of. said day. said mortgaged
property, for the reasons herein
above slated will be sold at public
luetion at the makai entrance to
the court house Lahaina, Maui.
lerms for sale: Cash at the time
Deeds to be at the expense of pur
chaser or purchasers.
ror further particulars regarding
ale, and of property do be sold.
ipplytol) H. Case. Attorney for
Mortgagee, at Wailuku, Maui, or to
the Pioneer Mill Company, Limited,
Mortgagee, at Lahaina, Maui.
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited,
Dated 29 day of April 1905.
Description of Property to be sold.
"All that piece or parcel of land
situate at Puunoa. Lr.haiua, Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, being the same
premises conveyed to said Haliaka Kc
liiwaiwaiole (w) by deed of H. Tur
ton, dated July 21,' 1SS1. and record-
(I in the registrar s office. Oahu. in
Liber 71. pages 203 and 204."
April 29; May 6, 13, and 20.
a ka Mea
Ma keia ke hoikeia aku nei mamuli
o ka mana kuai maloko o kekahi Pa
lapala Moraki i hanaia ma ka la 27
oScpatemaba 1898, i hanaia, hooiaio
ia, a i haawiia ellahaka Keliiwaiwai-
ole, wahino kanemake, o Lahaina.
Maui, Teritori o Hawaii, Mca Mora
ki, i ka Pioneer Mill Company, Ltd.,
(Hui Muhiko o Lahaina i Kaupalena-
ia), Mca Paa Moraki, ua hanaia keia
moraki no ka hoopaa sua i ka uku
pono ana i kekahi Nota o ia la hoo
kah! no $350.00, e hookaaia iloko o
chma mukahiki ma ia hope mai, no
ka uku panee o 7 pa keneta o ka
makahiki, a e kuaiia aku ana hoi no
ka liookaa ole ia o ke kumupaa ame
ka uku panee; ua kopeia keia moraki
ma ku Keena Hoona Kuleana ma Ho
nolulu, ma ka Duke 182, aoao 90, a
eia keia moraki ke paaia nei e ka
Pioneer Mill Company i Kaupa'enaia,
ke manao nei ka Mea Paa Moraki
a paniku a e hooko aku i keia moraki,
no ka uhai aehke, oia hoi ka uku pono
ole i ke kumupaa nine ka ukupanee,
e like me ia i hooakakaia maloko o ka
Ke boike pu aku nei ka mea paa
moraki, ka Pioneer Mill Company
Limited, mahope iho o ka pau ana o
ckolu pule mai ke la aku o keia hoo
laha, oia hoi: ma ka Poakahi Mei 22,
1905, ma ka hora 12 awakea oia la,
o ka waiwai i morakiia i oleloia, nona
kumu i hnikcia maluna, e kuai kuda
laia aku ana ma ke akca ma ka puka
komo makai oka Hale Hookolokolo
ma Lahaina, Maui.
He kuike ke kuai ma ka manawao
ke kuai. '
Na ka mea kuai e uku na lilo liana
No na mea aku i koe e pili ana i
keia kuai, ame ke ano hoi o ka aina,
e ninau ia D. II. Case, Loio o kaMea
Paa Moraki, ma Wailuku, Maui, a i
iTfi i ka Pioneer Mill Co. Limited,
Mea Paa Moraki, ma Lahaina, Maui.
Pioneer Mill Company Limited,
Mea Paa Moraki.
Hanaia la 29 o April 1905.
KE ANO O KA WAIWAI F. KUAI
IA AKU ANA.
"Okelaapana aina apau e waiho
la ma Puunoa, Lahaina, Maui, Teri
tori o Hawaii, oia no hoi ka a puna
aina i hooliioia ia Haliaka Kaliiwai
wtiolc (w) I oleloia, ma kekahi pala
pala kuai a II. Turton, i hanaia lulai
21, 18sl, a i kepcia ma ke Keena
Kopu ma Oahu, ma ka 15uku71, aoao
203 ame 201."
Aperila 29. Mei 6, 13 ame 20.