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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1907
THE AIAUI NE1ASS
utcroil nt the Post Offiri- at Wmhiku, M int. ll;u:iii, :is second -chiss matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday,
maul FutlisliinK Company, Limited.
I'roprletors nnrt Iutllsslnrsi.
guiwir-TioN Uatks, in Aivmk -ti ..")() per Year, Xl0 Six Months
Lriitor n ri rl V n nncr
march it. I'.ior
To Our The oKl shell that is hnown as the Court house
Legislature. f Wailuku lias lonsr sinco hcen an t-yo nro to
the town and acknowledged as unfit for the purposi-. fur which it
was erected in prehistoric times but at no time has the novd of a
new building been brought so forcibly to the attention of the pub
lic as was the case this week when Judge K'epnikai read to the
grand Jury a letter he had written to the (iovemor asking that an
amendment be inserted in a measure now before the legislature
by which the next term of the court will be held in Luhaiim whore
there is a building that can be used by the Court during the term.
In olden times the basement of the court house here was used
for the grand jury but this was never a suitable place and recent
ly it has been cut into by an area way for the j til and tiro station.
At times the basement of the Protestant church was used for the
jury but the church nxw has a congregation and regular meetings
are held in the building.
The basement of the new jail is used for the prisoners and the
upper iloor is leased to the county for.the use ut' the county of
ficers and consequently cannot be used by the jury. The Court
has but one building left and that is the old school building and a.
that is to be sold at noon on Monday of next week at public auction
the jury will have to retreat or tlvy may be included in the sale.
Where they will go is a question that no one seems to know. Pro
bably thev will be permitted to seek shelter under the friendly
shade of some mango tree to complete their deliberations for the
Any one at all acquainted with the needs of any court must know
that even if the court is able to find quarters in Laha'ma or any
other place away from the courts records it is in no wise a satis
factory condition for the reason that the records are often abso
lutely necessary that the ends of justice may be had.
One of the greatest needs of the county is a suit able Court house
for the Circuit Court. It should be built as soon as possible.
Proposed Primary Law.
Iu conformney to the pa: ty pledges
of the Republican platform the follow
ing bill has been introduced in the
senate by Senator W. O. Smith which
with probable amendments may soon
become a law.
Senate Dill No. 19.
AN ACT TO PROVIDE FOR TUP:
NOMINATION OF CANDIDATES
FOR ELECTIVE OFFICES BY
Be it Enacted by the Legislature
of the Territory of Hawaii:
Section 1. The following words as
used in this Act shall, unless the same
be inconsistent with the context, be
construed as follows:
The word "primary," the primary
election held for the nomination of
candidates as provided in this Act.
The word "election," a general
election for Senators and Represen
" tatives or county officers provided
The word "precinct," an election
preciuct provided for by law.
The word "office," a seat in either
branch of the Legislature, an eleetive
The word "party," an association
of voters united tor the purpose or
promoting a common political end, or
carrviiiir out a particular line cf
public policy, and which maintains a
general organization through the
Territory, including a regularly can
stituted central committee.
section 12. All candidates for no
mination fur an elective office shall
be placed in nomination by md
through a primary as provided for
in his Act; provided, that this Act
shall not apply to nominations for
Section 3. A primary shall lie held
at the regular p illing phict-s in each
precinct on the second Saturday of
September in the year 11I08, and
biennially thereafter for the nomi
nation of all candidates tor office to
be voted for at the election to be held
in the month of November next fol
Section 4. (I). At least thirty days
befoie the time for holding such
primary, the Secretary' of the Ter
ritory slia'l repuve and transmit to
each count v clerk a notice in willing
designating the offices for which can
didates are to be nomi mud at such
primary for Territorial mid cnuntv
ollice, ai.d Malirg the time w Ik n
and place wl.ere the primary will he
Id in eaeh precinct.
(2.) Upon rtceipt of such notice,
ein.h county clerk shall post as a
notice, so much thereof as may be
applicable to his county in at. least,
three conspicuous places in each pre
cinct, and publish the same once a
week for three consecutive weeks in
at least one newspaper having a
general circulation in his county.
Section 5. (1) The name of no can
didalc shall be printed upon an official
ii.nlol to lie used at any primary un
'ess a nomination paper shall have
been tiled in his behalf and with his
writ ten consent in substantially the
The undersigned, duly qualified
lectors of the . Representative, Dis
'rict, County of. .Territory of Hawaii,
mcmbei s of . party, hereby nominate,
a resident of . . in said County, as a
ciiiuiidnlc of sau! party for the office
of to be voted fo at the primary to
be lu ld on the. day of. 1!0. .
X AX E KE PRESENT ATI VE
I hereby consent to the filing of the
foregoing nominal ion paper,
(2.) Nomination p;. pers for can
didates for Delegates to Congress
shall l.o signed by not less than
twenty-live qualified electors of the
(3.) Such papers for candidates
for either branch of the Legislature
md for county office shall be signed
oy not less than fifteen qualified elec
tors of the Dist'rict or County or sub
division thereof for which the person
is nominated is a candidate.
(1 ) In all cases the nominators
shall declare themselves to be mem
bers of the party winch the person
nominated . purp. i ts to represent
No nominator shall be allowed to sign
any nomination paper as a memtier
of a political party woo has pre'
viously signed any such paper as a
member of another party or for a
non-partisan candidate for the same
(a.) There shall be deposited with
each nomination paper a foe of ten
($10) dollars on account of the ex
penses attending the holding of 'in
primary, which shall be paid into the
Treasury of the Territory or the
county, as the case may be, as
Section G. Nomination papers may
also be tilrd on behalf and with the
writ ten conset.t of non nartban can
didates. Such papers sh:il! be similar
in form and i-igned in the same man
ner as in the case of party candidates
except that they shall contain a do
duration of noiiipartisanship an the
pari f t',,e nominators, and no limn
inalors, and no nominator shall be
allowed to sign any such paper who
lias previously signed any noininatioi
paper for the same primary as
member of a political party.
Section 7. Nominotiou papers shal
he fn 'd as follows:
(1 ) For Delegate to Congress and
members of the Legislature, with
the Secretary of ihe Territory, at
least tweut y days Drier to the day
for holding the primary.
ADC A T Jf
uiicn i s v
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you thought you could get better goods, better service, better prices by changing
grocers, would you get a divorce ? From the other grocer
FOR MB SOLO PURPOSE OF
"WHO'S WHO" ON MAUI
A Complete Set of Pishes )
15 yards Best Silk (color to suit) f M";
A handsome (Sold Handled Uml-rella fwitli Monogram of winner) l&.UU
One ba.o; JUst .lapanese Itice
1 Fine Straw 1 1 at Tor (ientlemen or 1 pair Shoes for Lady -
Total Value of Prizes $200.00
Just a w jrd or o'lcoariotnont t those who cotnposo the
"scattering;.'' Tlioro arc several who are over llio 100 mark and a
slight effort will place I Ihmd in amorgsl the Select Cireen. Make
an effort this week and see. We notice one who has mado such an
"Die letzen zollern die earslen sein." "The last shall be first"
and while that seen to be almost impossible, still we suy
'Go at' cm!"'
T. B. Lyons - 2233
T. Iturlem 10H
D. L Meyer 1001
W. II. Rogers Silo
Rev. G. Tumika 7(58
W. E. UAL 5H4
MAUI DRY GOODS & (iROCHRY CO.
WAILUKU CASH STORli,
M. 1). G. & G. Cos SHOIi STORE.
The Progress Stores.
A f " give us a trial order. We would be "De-lighted" to convince you that vc U
arc headquarters for "best things" at a saving in price "worth while".
TO-DAY. S To Arrive per Sir. Ciaudine:
(2.) For county offices with the
county clerk, at least ten days prior
to Ihe day for holding the primary.
Section 8. (1.) At least fifteen
days before any primary the Secre
tary of 'he Territory shall transmit
to eai h county clerk a certified list
containing tin names of all persons
for whom nomination papers have
been duly tiled iu his" office and who
are entitled to be voted for in the
county at such primary, also desig.
nating the office for which each is a
candidate and whether a party com
inee or not) partisan.
(2.) The county clerk shall forth
with post a copy of .such list, also a
list of the names of all candidates for
county offices for whom nomination
p. i pers have been duly filed in his
office and who are eyti'led to ie vol.
ed for at such primary, in a con
spicuous pla.jp in his office. Said
Clerk shall also transmit without de
lay to each c&r.didate named i:i said
lists a true copy of each of such lists.
Section 9 (l.j Official ballots shall
be provided by each county clerk lor
use in each precinct in his county.
Separate ballots for the candidates
of each, political party respectively
and another ballot for non partisan
candidates shall be so provided, and
tliej shall tie subsluthilly in the form
OFFICIAL PRIMARY BALLOT.
MARK a CROSS (X) in the
SQUARE at the right or the NAME
of -the pei son for whom you desire to
(Here follows tlm names of the nom
luces alphabetically, arranged under
a bending of the office for which they
are candidates Delegate to Con
gross; Senate; House of Representa
tives.) Ni ines of candidates for county
office and similarly arranged.)
Official ballots shall all be of the
sumo colored paper. The names of
(Continued on I'ae 5.)
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Kaluilui Railroad Co's
Masonic Temple, : : KAHULUI.
7"r 3 b j-v
Hawaiian Taro Flour, 25e pk,'. for locf,
Graham, Buckwheat and Rye Flour. .
Golden Gate, "C" Best, Olympic Flour.
Oatmeal in bags, white and yellow Corn
Assorted in 2 lb. and 5 lb, tins, Nic
Nacs, Palace Mixed, Fig Bars, Snow
Flakes, Dainty Chips, Saline Wafers,
Vanilla, Lemon, Strawberry, Ginger, Zu
Zu, Animal, etc., in packages. Honolulu
Soda Crackers and Saloon l'ilot.
Celery atid Cauliflowc r,
California and Eastern Oysters iu tins, ij
Swiss, California Cream and
Smoked Herrings, Smoked Bloaters,
Oranges and Apples,
Dried Brunos, Apricots and Apples,
Nuts and liaisins, Chestnuts, etc,
The Pioneer Store
" A prone nenrilnff a nlcetrh nnd dpcripttn nmy
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tionpotrictlycnnndeiitiiil. HANDBOOK onl'Atenta
eiMit free, oldtmt iintmcy lor sceuniiK puteMa.
1'nttMitfl t iiketi throuyh Munn X Co, receive
tpcriul notice, without chpruo, iu the
A hfindom'Iy ll'nutrnH 1 et-hl". I.nrifcst rlr
cuhithm of nv M- iiMW ili'1 .i.Mi-nnJ. '1 rim, J., it
your: four tutiTithj, 4L u1:' hvnit rmvici vilfrH.
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Market S'liti-x. Wailuku
ANTONE B0RBA, Prop.
Full line of popular lirandsot
Celebrated Primo & Se?t je
25c 2 Glasses 25c
AD KLIN A PATTI,
of Ilawaiuin Toliacco,
Dealers in and Handlers of Briar
and Meerschaum Pipes.
Mailorders attended to promptly.
Sole Honolulu Agents.
CORNLR HOTEL and FORT STS.
If you want a daily supply of
fresh, pure milk, or fresh milk
Tel. 166 Makawuo
dime UabhfJCciliului Siailroad Company
WAILUKU PA1A DIVISION
STATIONS A- M' ! l M"
Pas. Fit. Pas.
Kahului Tieave 7.00 2.00
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12
Wailuku Leave 7.20 2.20
Kahului Arriv.i 7.:!2 2 Ml
Kahului Lea vp 7.35 9.40 2.3.")
Sp'ville Arrive 7.47 J.5. 2.47
Sp' villo Leave 7.50 10.15 2.50
Paia Arrive 8.05 10.35 3.05
Paia Leave 8.15 10.50 3.15
Sp'ville Arrive 8.35- 3.35
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.4)
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 3.52
Kahulai Leave 8.55 11.45 3 55
Wailuku Arrive I !U0 12.00 4.10 j
Wailuku Leave fj.20 12 20 4.15 j
Kahului Airive 0.35 12.35 4 30 I
A. M. Fi t. P. M.
Pas. only pA8
8.10 0.45 3.10
8.25 10.00 3.25
8.30 10.30 3.30
8- 10.45 3.45
Kihei trains Tuesday only and carry freight only.
KahulLii Railroad Companv
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