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THE MAUI NEWS
WEI 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 Hundred and Five, for the first
Election of County Officers, and that
a proclamation shall bo made by the
Governor immediately upon the pas
sage and approval of said Act:
NOW, THEREFORE, in accor
dance therewith, I, GEORGE R.
CARTER, Governor of the Temtorv
of Hawaii, hereby gives notice that
a special election for county ofllcers
of the several Counties of the Terri
tory of Hawaii, will be held on Tues
day, the 20th day of June, A. D. 1905,
between the hours of 8 o'clock A. M.
and 5 o'clock P. M., in each County
throughout the Territory, except the
County of Kalawao including Kalau
papa, Kalawao and Waikolu on the
Island of Molokai.
The Counties are as follows:
1. THE ISLAND OF OAHU
and all other Islands in the Territory
not included in any other County, and
the waters adjacent thereto, shall be
the County of Oahu, with its County
Seat at Honolulu.
2. THE ISLAND OF HAWAII
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 at Hilo.
3. THE ISLANDS OF MAUI,
MOLOKAI, LANAI ANDKAHOO
LAWE and all ether Islands lying
within three nautical miles of the
shores thereof, and the waters ad
jacent thereto, except that portion
of the Island of Molokai knjwn as
Kalaupapa, Kalawao and Waikolu
and commonly known and designated
as the Leper Settlement, shall be the
County of Maui, with its County Seat
4. THE ISLANDS OF KAUAI
and NIIHAU and all other Islands
lying 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 Ehall be ex-officio
Coroner; COUNTY CLERK, who
shall be ex-oflicio Clerk of the Board
of Supervisors; AUDITOR; ASSES
SOR and TAX COLLECTOR;
COUNTY ATTORNEY, TREASU
RER; all to be elected by 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 aud every Dis
trict. REGISTRATION PRECINCTS.
The Registration Precincts are as
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DIS
TRICT. Islands op Maui, 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
ofVest Maui lying between the
lands of Waikapu in the District of
Wailuku and the lands of Honokawai
in the District of Kaanapali. Polling
Place Circuit Court House of La
haina. FOURTH PRECINCT. That por
tion of West Maui lying between the
lands of Hanakaoo aud Waihee,
known as Kaanapali. Polling Place
Honokahau School House.
FIFTH PRECINCT. The Island of
Lanal. Polling Place Kahalepalaoa
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 sand bills
to Maalaea Bay and including the
Island of Kahoolawe. Polling Place
Circuit Court House at Wailuku.
SEVENTH PRECINCT. That por
tion of the District of Wailuku bound
ed by the Sixth Precinct, the sea,
the lands of Pulehunui, Kalialinui
Kailua, Hokuula and Hamakuapoko
and the sea. Polling Place Sugar
RoDtn of Puunene Mill.
EIGHTH PRECINCT. All that
portion of Kula on East Maui lying
west of a line from Honuaula to the
north boundary of Pulehunui on the
line of the two hills, Puu o Kali and
Puu o Koha. Polling Place Hospi
tal Building at' Kihei.
NINTH PRECINCT. The remain
der of Kula and that portion of Ha
makuapoko lying southwest of the
Maliko Guich and mauka of the rnad
tunning from Kaluanul to the Maka
wao Jail and a line in extension there
of. Polling Plae Kealahou School
TENTH PRECINCT. The remain
der of Hamakuapoko aud that por
tion of Hamakualoa lying west of the
Halchuku Stream. Polling Place
ELEVENTH PRECINCT. That
portion of East Maui lying between
Halehaku and Opuola Streams. Poll
ing Place Huelo School House.
TWELFTH PRECINCT. That
portion of East Maui lying between
Opuola and Kaupaula Streams. Poll
ing Place Keanae School House.
THIRTEENTH PRECINCT. The
District of Hana lying between the
Districts of Koolau and Kipahulu.
Poliing Place Hana Court House.
District of Kipahulu. Polling Place
Kipahulu School House.
FIFTEENTH PRECINCT. That
portion of East Maul 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 House.
EIGHTEENTH PRECINCT. That
portion of the District of Wailuku
lying between the Wailuku Stream
and the Fourth Precinct. Polling
Place Waihee School House.
NINTEENTH PRECINCT. That
portion of the District of Koolau ly
ing between toe rweutn anu
Thirteenth Precincts. Polling Place
Nahiku School House.
TWENTIETH PRECINCT. That
portion of East Maui known as the
District of Kaupo. Polling Place
Kaupo School House.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set my hana
and caused the seal of the
(seal) Territory of ' Hawaii to be
DONE AT THE EXECUTIVE
BUILDING, in Honolulu, this
17th. day of April, A. D. 1905.
G. R. CARTER,
By the Governor,
A. L. C. ATKISON,
lOtf. Secretary of Hawaii.
Whereas, Act 54 of the regular
session of 1905, of the legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii, has amend
ed Act 39, entitled "An Act Creat
ing Counties within the Territory of
Hawaii and Providing for The Gov
ernment Thereof," by striking out
the words "an Assessor and Tax
Collector" in section 12, Chapter 6 of
said Act 39, and by striking out the
words "and a Deputy Assessor and
Tax Collector" in Section 13, Chap
ter 6 of saia Act:
Now, Therefore, in accordance
therewith, I George R. Carter, Gov
ernor of the Territory of Hawaii,
hereby give notice that all referen
ces made to the election of Assessors
and Tax Collectors, and Deputy As
sessors and Tax Collectors, in the
County Election Proclamation issued
by me on the 17th pay of April. A. D.
1905, are hereby eliminated; and
that no Assessor and Ta Collector,
and no Deputy Assessor and Tax
Collector will, or can, bo elected at
the First Election of County Officer
to be held on the twentieth day of
June, A. D. Nineteen Hundred and
Five, nor will the names of any per
son or persons be received or printed
upon the ballots as candidate or
candidates for such office or offices.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set my hand
and caused the seal of the
Territory of Hawaii to be
DONE AT THE EXECUTIVE
BUILDING, in Honolulu,
this 3rd day of May, A. D.
G. R. CARTER,
By the Governor,
A. L. C- ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Notice to Candidates for
Election to County
Notice is hereby given that, where
as it is required by law that candi
dates for election to county offices,
except on the Island of Oahu, shall
deposit their nominations with the
Secretary of the Territory not less
than twenty days before the day of
special election, it shull be necessary
that such nominations be filed not
later than five o'clock on the after
noon of Wednesday, May 31st, 1905.
In crder to be eligible to fill any
elective office created by the provi
sions of Act 39 of the Session Laws
of 1905, a candidate shall be a citizen
of the United States of America, and
of the Territory of Hawaii ; he shall
have been a duly qualified elector of
said Territory and of the county in
which be shall be elected for at least
one year next prior to his election ;
in addition thereto all members of
the Board of Supervisors shall con
tinue to reside within the district
from which they may be elected dur
ing the period of their incumbency ;
and in addition to the foregoing quali
fications, any person who shall be
elected County Attorney must be a
duly licensed attorney admitted to
practice in the Supreme Ccurt of the
Territory of Hawaii, and he must fur
ther have practiced law in the county
in which he shall be a candidate, for
at least one year.
Within the County of Maui five
members of the Board of Supervisors
are to be elected, as follows :
One from the District of Lahaina;
One from the District of Wailuku;
One from the Distriayt of Hana;
One from the District of Makawao;
One from the District of Molokai,
except that portian of said Island
known as Kalaupapa, Kalawao and
Waikolu and commonly known or
designated as the Leper Settlement.
Other officers to be elected for'tbe
County of Maui, by the duly qualified
electors of said county, are :
A sheriff who shall be ex-officio
Coroner, a County Clerk who shall be
ex-officio clerk of the Board of Super
visors, an Auditor, a County Attor
ney, and a Treasurer
Within each and every one of the
districts of Lahaina, Wailuku, Hana,
Makawao and Molokai, in the Cointy
of Maui, there shall also bo elected
by the qualified electors thereof oue
Each nomination must be accom
panied by a deposit of Twenty-five
($25.00) Dollars and be signed by not
less than twenty five duly qualified
electors of the Representative Dis
trict in which the election is ordered,
and in which the nominee is requested
to be a candidate.
Should any candidate desire that
bis name be printed on the ballot in
the Hawaiian as well as in the Eng
lish language, he must make a special
request to that eilcct at the time of
filing his nomination paper.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
PerC. R. BUCKLAND.
Honolulu, Way, 5tb, 1905.
13 May 13-20.
Soprano Behold my new hat.
Quartet Her new hat, her new
hat, her new hat.
Alto It is a fright, a fright, a
Soprano It is a joy unto the sight.
Basso You are a" peach In your
Tenor I've got my own thoughts
as to that..
Alto O thank you, thank you,
Soprano It cost me more than any
Alto That's very queer; that's
Quartet O hear, O hear, O hear!
Alto I priced it myself
When it lay on the shelf
And I know, and I know
That the price was quite low -Much
lower that mine, iudeed.
Sopiano Indeed! INDEED!
Alto Yes, yes, indeed!
Soprano You hateful old thing!
Alto It's the style of last spring.
Basso- Hush, hush.
Tenor Tush, tush!
Soprano O very well, then I'll
If her hat is as nice as mine.
Alto Alas, I grieve to see you go
But my hat was the highest,
Quartet Now all is joy; now all is
Ring out ye bells and glad the
Alto Such hats as yours are five
Soprano It's no such thing at all,
Basso Hush, hush.
Tenor Tush, tush.
Quartet And now let stillness
soothe the air
While silver bells in gladness
Our hearts are free from hate
Soprano and Alto I thiuk you are
a hateful thing!
As it was In the beginuing,
Is now and ever shall be,
World without end! Life.
THE GUATEMALA PEPINO.
BY DAVID (1. PAIHCHII.I).
With a flavor and perfume fra
grant as a muskmelon, flesh that
melts iu your mouth like that of a
luscious peach, a gorgeous purple
and yellow skin no thicker than tis
sue paper, and with no seed, no pit.
or fibre, no waste of any kind, the
pepino of Guatemala holds out pro
mise as a new fruit for our sub-tropical
orange Belt, which may soon be come
a prime favorite in our mar
kets. The pepino grows, not on a
tree but on a plant, after the habit of
From the mountain valleys of Cent
ral America, some years ago, young
pepino plants were brought to Cali
fornia by Dr. Gustav Eisen, and in
the sheltered, almost f costless re
gions of that State these and their
progeny are growing and fruiting
regularly; and whenever the Ameri
can people come to known enough
about this delicate breakfast fruit to
demand it, a new industry of pepino
growing will be started upon the
Pacific slope. In the neighborhood
of Olive, California, are already a
number of fields of this fruit. Like
all new things, however, it requires
starting, and so long as only a few
hundred or a few thousand people
know about ic there is no chance of
its becoming a profitable fruit cul
ture. The tomato remained unknown as
an edible fruit for decades after it
was commonly grown for ornamental
purposes in this country, and the
pomelo or grapefruit was eaten only
by the "Crackers" of Florida for
years before it became known in the
markets of the North.
On the terraced hillsides of the
Canary Islands and Madeira, pepinos,
the descendants of some potted
plants brought by a wealthy English
man from a Liverpool hothouse, ate
cultivated in great abundance, and
the Canary Islanders take them to
market in their quaint wagons, or in
baskets balanced on their heads.
Great heaps of these striped yellow
and purple fruits are ou sale in the
market stalls, and many find their
way to the hotel tables, where they
are winning every year for them
selves, among the foreign guests, a
host of enthusiastic friends. These
admirers talk of them when they re
turn to England and even carry
baskets full of them to their friends
when they sail. The writer knows
of one Englishman who was so taken
with their lusciousness that he had
built a special greenhouse in the
South of England in which to grow
the pepino for his own use.
This seedless Guatemala fruit be
longs to the same remarkable family
as to the tomato, potato and egg
plant, all of which have been intro
duced into cultivation in comparative
ly recent times, and form to-day
lucrative and extensive plant indusj
tries all over the world. Unlike any
of these species, however, the pepino
does not mature in a single year, re
quiring at least two years to produce
its succulent fruits. Like all seedless
species it must be propagated from
cuttings, but in the Canaries and
Madeira, where the climate is
eminently suited to its cultivation,
the growers multiply their plants by
merely breaking off a branch of the
bushlike plant and inserting it io the
moist, irrigated ground. In eight or
nine months from setting out these
young bushes come iato bearing and
produce a few fruit, but it is not un
til the second year that they are in
full bearing, and I have seen as many
as forty at a time upon a single plant.
In the Canaries the fruits ripen from
April until August, and in California
they come into the market in May or
June. For about two years the
bushes bear heavily, but it is desir
able to renew them a third year.
Although occasionally offered on
the Los Angeles markets, like all
new truits they require to be adver
tised. Considering the fact that no ex
periments have been made to improve
its quality since it was brought from
the mountains of Guatemala, experts
are not unwarranted in predicting a
vast improvement in the flavor of this
fruit by means of selection.
A good shipper, a fair keeper, a
pretty, novel, striking fruit which is
absolutely seedless ought to fiud a
place on our tables, and requires only
to be better known to be appreciat
ed by thousands of the cantaloup-eating
public as a change from the well
known menu of our spring fruits.
Saturday Evening Post.
Mortgagee's Nolicc of Inkulio'i to
Foreclose, and of Sale.
Notice is hereby given that umh-r
and by virtue of the power or sn'e
contained in that certain ln'l n'.ure
of Mortgage dated the lttli flay of
August lS!i:!, executed. acknow
ledged and de'ivercd by Wnhinelelo
(w) as morgagi.r. and y ined in by .1.
Ka'cwr (k) her Imvband. in token of
his convent tin ret'), buth of llono-Inll-
Oahu, to Clarence W. Ashloi-,1.
of said Honolulu, a Mortgagee: re
corded in the office of the KejjiM ra r
of Conveyances in Liber la.'!, on iai:e
397 to 3!iS, the present holder and
owner of said mortgage, intends to
foreclose the same and sell the pro
perty therein named, for i mditions
broken, that, is to snv, for non-payment
rf principal, and n in payment
of interest due, as by tl c terms
The above mortgage v;.sg:vMi tosr-
cure the payment of a promissory note
of even date therewith, for seven'y
fivo dollars, ( 7.",0ii ) and pay
able in nine months after date;
thereafter, on the ,'!(Mh day of.h.ly
1S!15, it was for value sold and assign
ed by said Clarence W. Ahfurd to 'lie
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited, who
is the present owner and holder
thereof, such assignment being of
record in Liber 157, on page 59 and
Notice if likewis given by said
Pioneer Mill Company. Limited,
that, after the expiration of three
(3) weeks from date of this notice, to
wit, on Monday the 22 day of May
A D 1905, at 12 o'clock noon of said
oay, said mortgaged property, for
the reasons heroin above stated,
will Le sold at public auction, at the
makai entrance to the court house,
at Lahaina, Maui, Territory of Ha
waii. Terms of sale; cash at the time of
Deeds at the expense of the pur
chaser. For furtlur particulars regarding
sa'.e, and of property, to be sold,
apply to D. II. Case, Attorney for
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited, at
Wailuku, Maui; or to the Pioneer
Mill Company, Limited, at Lahaina,
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited,
Assignee of said mortgage.
Dated 29 day of April 1905.
Description of property.
The followlug is a description of
the property conveyed by said mort
gage, and which will bo sold;
"All and singular those parcels of
land situate at'Kooka, Lahaina, in
the island of Maui, Territory of Ha
waii, more particularly described in
Royal Patent 1099, Land Commission
Ward 5458. to Manu (k).
April 29; May C, 13, and 20.
Hoolaha Kooko a Kuai a ka Mca
Mil kpi: U-p '.inik-ei:i. mi rii.min.
li o ka maua kuai maloko o kckahi
Palupala Moraki i hanaia ma ka la
14 o Aneate 1S93. i hanaia. lioniaini:i
a haawiia e Wahinelele (w), Men Mo
raki, a 1 hui pu la hoi e J. Kaiavve,
kana knne mare, i hoike no kona ae,
no Honolulu. Oahu. hiua .1 i chin ii
darenen V Asliforrl. n Honolulu i
oleloia, Mca Paa Moraki; i kopeiama
ke Jveena lioona ivuicana nia Jlono
lulu ma ka Buke 15", ma na aoao 397
ame 398, a o ka men e paa nei a e
ona nei i ka moraki i oleluia, ko ma
nao nei oia e paniku, e hooko, a e
kupi aku i ka waiwai i hoakakaia
am loko olaila, no 11a kumu i uhaiia,
oia hoi: no ka uku olei ke kumupaa
jme ka ukupanue, e like me ia 1 hoa
kaka ia maloko.
fla haawiia ka moraki maluna ae 1
mea e lioonaa ai i ka uku ana i kck:i.
hi nota o ia la hookahi no, no ka
nahiku kumamalima ($75.0(1) dala
a e ukuia hoi iloko o eiwa mahina
ma ia hone mai: a mahnno mai
ma ka la 30 o Julai, 1MI5 ua hoo-
lilota no kekatn kumu kuai a haawiia
e Clarence W. Ashford i oleloia i ka
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited (Hui
Mahiko o Laliaina i Kaunalenaia'i.
oia hoi ka ona ame ka rnea e paa nei
ana ua kopeia ma ka Hukc 157, ma
na aoao 59 ame 00.
Ke hoike pu aku nei ka Pioneer
Mill Company, Limited, niahope iho
o ka pan ana o r.a puleekolu mahope
o ka la o keia hoolaha, oia hoi, ka
Poakahi, Mei 22, A D 1905, 111a ka
hora 12 awakea o ia la, o ka waiwai
moraki i oleloia. no na kumu i hnikeia
maluna, e kuaiia uku ana makcakea
ma ka puka komo makai o ka Male
Ilookolokolo i Lahaina, Maui, Ten
tori o Hawaii.
Ke ano o ke kuai: lie kuike i ka
wa e kuai ai.
Na ka rnea kuai 0 uku na hoolilo o
ua palupala kuai.
No na rnea aku i koe e pili ana i
keia kuai, ame ke ano hoi o ka aina,
e ninau ia D. II. Case. Loio o ka l'io
neer Mill Company, Limited, ma
Wailuku, Maui, a 1 ole l ka 1'ioneer
Mill Company, Limited, ma Lahaina,
Pioneer Mill Company, Limited.
Mea i hooliloia mai ai ka moraki.
Hanaia i keia la 29 o Apcrila 1905.
"Ke ano o ka waiwai.
O keia malalo iho ke cno o ka wai
wai i hooliloia ma keia moraki a e
kuaiia aku ana:
"O keia mau apana aina apau e
waiho la ma Kooka, Lahaina, Muku
punlo Maui, Teritori o Hawaii, ui
hoakakaia hoi ma ka Palapala Sila
Nui Helu 1099, Kulcana Helu 515S,
Aperila 29. Mei 0, 13 ame 20.
Coffc-e, Biirmn.iH, Pineapples.
San Francisco May fi. Guate
mala and Mexican, prime to fancy
w.i'-hed, lllr-r.Ulc; strictly good
washed, ln(. 1 l',e; inferior to fair,
7; 1 ; good to prime washed and
unwashed Peaberry. 9J(r'12c; good
to superior unwashed, 9U"9:Jc; Hi
waiian prime to fancy, 12(.14c; fair
to good, thi 11 JC; Peaberry, 1112.
New York, April 7. The market
for Coffee ful ores iiueit., netunchanrf-
ed to ." ooints. Total sales, 35,250
bags. July 0.S5; August ti.95; Sep
tember, 7('(7.10; December, 7.30(6
7.35;. March, 7.40c (7.45.
Coffee Spot Rio. quiet; mild,
Bananas, per bunch, Hawaiian, $1.
C." i: 1 75; llhielields, $1 50(i 2 50; Pine
apples, uer doz. Hawaiian nomi
nal. Per box Oranges, Navels,
fancy, 2 oocfj 50 choice, f 1 25(2 00;
standard, 90cf-i&l 50 as to size; Seed
ings, 1 ."()(( I 75 LemoiiH, $I.00(;2 50;
Limes, i.50u5 00.
" Vou lii-anl that new opera, the other
nij,'ht, ilidn.t you?-' "No." "Why, I
understand you were there." "So I was,
but I was in a Im)X party ."Philadelphia
Pukalani Milk Dairy
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk,
BISMARK STABLES CO. Ltd
and SALES STABLES
The BISMARK STABLES
proposes to run the Lea dino Livery
Staiii.e Ri;sines8 on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WACQNS
Excursion Rates to lao and Ilale
akala with competent guides
NEW RIGS- -NEW TEAMS
HACKS, BUGGIES, SADDLE HORSES
AT ALL HOURS
Competent and careful drivers.
First-Class Turnouts Constantly
on Hand. Special attention to
Tourist Parties. Skillful Guides
to lao and Halcakula.
Headquarters for Commercial Men
IIO.VVBYAXCKS MEKT ALU STEAMERS
Wailuku Lahaina Stae
Leaves Waihrku dally at 1:W p. m.
" Lahaina " at 8:30 a. m.
ANTONIi do REGO, - Mgr.
J. A. HARRIS
IIANAWAKI ST. WAILLKU "
II mine, Sign and Carriage Painting
Done at Short Notice and
REDIIOUSE & NICHOLSON
Watchmaker and Jewelers
Plain and complicated watch work
etc., receives prompt attention if
sent to us. Wo will also make
periodical calls at Wailuku. Our
work we gnarantce to. be satis
factory. Honolulu, T. II.
Contractor fe FSullcter
Household Si ppmes
Paints, Oii.s A Glass
Market Street, Vailuku
Telephone 1. P. O. llox 17.