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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MARCH 16, 1907
The prize exhibit of amateur pint
tnfrraphers under Ihe direction of
tne Hawaii Promotion Committee
will be on view in ' Mi old offices of
tlio County Treasurer over the First
National Hank of Wailuku on Satur
day, Monday and Tuesday afternoon,
(March 10, 18, and lit) from 2 1o 5
o'clock. Admission free.
The large si earn freighter Alak,m
arrfcd Sunday afternoon at Kahului
and loaded sugar for New York via
The Woman's Guild of the Church
of the Good Shepherd will hold its
regular meeting on Tuesday, March
19th, at the home of Mrs. J. H. Ray
mond. ALICE NICHOLSON,
The Wailuku Gun Club will hold a
practice Shoot on their range at Wai
kapu on Sunday March 17 at 10
o'clock including tho Kihel club for
the purpose of picking a team of five
to Short against a picked team of five
from the Puunene Gun Club for a Cup
to be given by th3 Maui Hotel Same
to bo won twice. Ihe five making
tho highest score on Sunday will
make up the team.
F. A. MAYF1ELD, FIELD CAPT.
Invitations are out to attend a
Saint Patricks dance at the Knights
of Pythias hall tonight. The dance
is being given by the members of
The Kahului Railroad Company is
building a large warehouse at the
rear of the Kahului Store in which
sugar will be stored for tho present
and when tho surplus sugar is sh p
ped the warehouse will be used per
manently by the Store.
There will be a practice game of
baseball at Wells' Park on 'Sunday,
March 17, 1907 between theKahuluis
and Lahair.as. An admission fee of
25 cents will be charged to defray
expenses of bring the Lahainas over
A Kood came is promised and as
these teams will be in the league this
season, now s your chance to get a
line on their work. This gam 3 is for
blood, and the Lahainas intend to
cover themselves with glory how?
By defeating the invincible Kahuluis.
Music will also furnish by the Ilealani
Our friend. T. Burlem. seems to
bo wide awake- It looks as though
he will head tho list in The Progress
Stores' contest next week. This was
suggested to "Ben's" supporters
but thev simply smilo and act
mysteriously. Wonder why? The
fact that Burlem cast 11SC votes last
week against Ben's 788 doesn't seem
to freese them.
Special trail. s will be run to .nyht
for the bench t of the guests of the
Kniiibts of Pythias at excursion
Dr. F. A. St. Sure is in Wailuku
from Pukoo where he is practicing
R. W. Robinson is on Maui this
week delivering copies of the 1907
R. B. Legg of Honolul is on Maul
S. S. Paxson', the general manager
of the Singer Sewing Machine Co. for
the Territory of Hawaii is on Maui
Fred T. P. Wateihouse was ii:
A. G. Cooke and Miss Juliette A
Cooke were Wailuku callers Satur
Dan Conway is here from Honolulu
taking orders from the local mer
chants for Davies & Co.
Mrs. N. S. Kobayashi, the wife of
the most prominent Japanese physi
clan and surgeon of Honolulu spent
some days at the Maui Hotel this
week. She was accompanied by her
Miss II. A. Alexander passed
through Wailuku Saturday.
M. S. .Grinbaum and Attorney
Holmes of the firm of Holmes and
Stauley passed through Wailuku Sat
. urday on their way to visit the K:ie
leku plantation at Hana Maui. On
their way home they visited Wailuku
and reported the plantation in excel
lent condition. They drove over to
Lahaina and took the Claudine Wed
(Continued from I'mje 2.
all dulv nominated candidates shall
hp arranged alphabetically according
to Kin-names under the appropriate
title of the respective offices and
under the proper party designation
upon the party ticket or upon the
non-parlis ticket, as the case mnv
be. No person shall be allowed to be
a candidate upon more than one
ticket he si all be required to elect.
on which ballot he desires his inme
to he printed. A vote for any per
son whose name is not printed on the
oflieial ballot as herein pn.vidfd shall
not be counted
Flection 10. The balloting shall le
conducted as nearly as may be ac
oi ding to the manner provided by
la w for the conduct ef general flec
tions; and the provisions of tho stat
utes relating to the conduct of such
elections and to election frauds and
misdemeanoi s are hereby made ap
plica ble to primaries iu so far as the
same are not inconsistent with any
provision of this Act; provided, that
candidates shall not be required to
file any statement of their expenses.
Section 11. Each voter, on ure-
sesiling himself at the polling place,
shall be handed by the Inspectors,
of Election one each of the ollicial
ballots, folJed in an uniform manner
so'that the contents thereof sha'l be
concealed. The voter shall proceed
into one of the compartments provid
ed for the purpose aud therein mark
one of the ballots. Tie shall then re-
fol J the ballots in the same folds as
they were in when handed to him and
return them to the Inspectors. The
marked ballot shall immediatelv be
placed in the ballot box provided for
the purpose and the remaining bal
lots shall then be placed in asepaiate
box marked and designated as the
blank ballot box. Immediately after
the canvass the Inspectors si. all,
without examination, destroy the
ballots deposited in the blank ballot
Section 12. Vacancies occurring
after the holding of anv primary, by
reason of the death or withdrawal of
any party candidate, shall be filled
by a suust'tute to be nominated by
the party of which the candidate so
dying or withdrawing was a member
acting through a committee duly
authorized for the purpose. Any
such substitute so named shall in all
respects be deemed to have been
nominated by and at the primary.
Sec tion IS. No person chall be pn
tilled to vote at any primary unless
he be a qualified elector ol the pre
einct tn which he offers lo vote. The
voting list in each precinct shall be
that used at the last preceding gen
Section 14. The primary shall be
conducted and the voles canvassed
by the Inspectors of Election ap
pointed utder the law relating to
elections. They shall make a full
and accurate return of the votes cast
fcr each candidate for Delegate to
Congress, Senator and Represcuta
tive. and transmit the same to the
Secretary of the Territory. They
shall also make a full and accurate
return to the votes cast for each
candidate for county offices and traus
mit the same to the county clerk
The candidate for each office on each
parly ticket receiving, the highest
number of votes shall be declared to
be the party's nominee for such office
aud be entitled to have his name
printed on the official ballot as a
candidate for such office at. the sue
ceedii g election. Eachnon-pt rtisan
candidate who shall have received
uot less than twenty per cent, of the
votes cast for the oflice for which he
sought nomination shall also be de
clarcd to be a dully nominated candi
date for such oflice and as such en
titled to have Ins namo printed on
the official ballot at the succeeding
Section 15. In case of .1 tie vote
between two candidates of the same
party the Inspectors shall forthwith
decide the same by lot r.nd make due
return thereof as hereiu provided
Section 16. (1.) The Secretary of
the Territory shall, at the expense
of the Territory, provide the neces
sary polling places and ballot boxes,
and the Inspectors shall be paid by
the Territory for their services in
conducting the primary the same
rate of compensation as provided by
law in case of an elecliorj.
(2). The cost of printing and ad
vertising, and all other incidental ex
lenses in connection with th-i holding
of the niimary shall be borne bv the
Section 17. All law and parts of
laws inconsistent with the piovisi.ins
of this Act are hereby repealed.
Section IS. This Act shall take
effect from the date of its approval
, . i
IN THECIHCUITCOURT OF Til F.I? "r
SECOND CIRCUIT TERRITORY '
At Chambers In I'roha'e.
In the Matter of the Estate o!
10 KAMA KEKUA. late of Yailt:l;u,
Maui, deceased, before Judeo N.
Order of notice of petiHon for
llnwance of final accounts anil dU-
charge in this estr.te.
On Reading and Filir.L' t he Pi I ii ion
nil accounts of ,!OS. F. WF.rC'l.
ixerutor of he Last WILL of bikn
ma. Kekiin, late of Wailuku. Maoi.
leeeased, wherein he ;il;s to lv-
men f'JIH Ml and he thai-ye- him
self with 204.00, and a-ks that the
amo may be examined and 'approv
ed, am! that a final order may le
r.iade of Distribution of the property
emaining in his hands to tin persons
thereto entitled, a d discharging
him and his sureties from a!l L rtlier
responsibility as such Executor:
II is Ordered, that Monthly, the
22nd day of April, A. 1). 1907, at, 10
o'clock A. M. before the Judge of
id Court at the Conrt Room of the
said Court at Wailuku, Island of
Maui, be aud the same hereby is aji
pointed as the time and place for
hearing said Petition aud Accounts,
and that all persons interested may
then and there appear and .show
cause, if any they have, why the
;amp should not be granted, and may
present evidence as to who are en
titled to the sail property. And
that notice of this Order, in the
glish language, be published in
the "Maui News," a weekly news
paper printed and 'published n Wai
luku, for three successive weeks, the
last publication to be not less than
two weeks previous to the time
therein appointed for said hearing.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui. this 12ih
day of Marjh, 1007.
(Sd) A. N. K El'Ol K A I,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(SEAL) (Sd) Edmi'mi If. iIaht,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of -the
2nd Circuit .
March It!, 2H, 150 and Apiii 0, U.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
SECONDCIRCU1T, TE1 RITORY
In Probate At Chambers.
In the Matter of the Estate of
RFFINIO de AVEIP.O, Late of
I'aia, Maui, deceased.
Older of Notice of Heaiim.' Peti
tiun for Administration.
On Reading and Filing the Petition
of Maria Fernandkz, formerly wido.v
(now re mr rried,) of said decea.-ed,
allegingthat Refinio de Aveiro, of
Paia, Maui, died intestate at IVia,
Mai i, on the 27th day of October, A.
D. 190G, leaviug property in the Ha
waiian I-lauds necessary to bo a.l
rriinistered uprn, and praying that
Letters of Administration issue to
James L. Coke:
D. is ordered that Monday, the
15th of April, A. D. 1907, at 10
o'clock A. M., be and hereby is ap
pointed for hearing seid Petition in
the Court Room of this Court at
Wailuku, Maui, at which time and
place all persons concerned may ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not
be granted, and that notice of this
order be published in the English
language for three successive ,weeks
in the "Maci News," a weekly news'
paper punted and published iu Wai
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, March 5,
(SEAL.) (Sd.) A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of tho Circuit Court of the
2nd Ciici it.
Edmund II. Hart,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
March 9, 1G, 23 and 150. A pril 0.
Commencing Monday, March ISth,
1907, and continuing until the pre
sent Court Session is completed,
Tram No. 12, scheduled to leave Wai
luku at 4:15 P. M., wi'l not leave
Wailuku till 4:30 P. M.
KAHULUI RAILROAD CO.
Kahului, March 15th, 1907.
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Awuna wishes to express In r
sincere appreciation of the assistance
given aud expressions of symaphy
from her many friends subsequent to
the death of her daughter Mrs.
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MiiH't'il dollops, 2s,
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Sliced Smoked Deef.
Corn Beef Hash,
i5ttll Dojr Fruits,
Van Camp's Slrawlx'try I'n-H.-
20 cents per tin
20 cents per tin
20 cents per tin
10 cents per tin
; tins for 25 cents
20 cents per tin
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15 cents per tin
20 cents per tin
10 cts per bottle
; tins for 45 cents
2 tins for 35 cents
20 cents per tin
15 cts. per pkfro.
SEDO is a new silk of American manu
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