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- SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10,1908
THE MAUI NEWS
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THE MAUI NEWS
ntered at the Post Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued 'Every Saturday.
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Hugh V . Coke,
Editor and Manager
- SEPTEMBER 19, 1!08
A Great A trip through the pineapple lands of Haiku and
Future. vicinity will convince any practical farmer that
there is a great future for the industry in certain localities in ttm
islands, and there is not a spot in the islands that will com pare
with the thousands of acres lying between Haiku and Huelo, and
reaching from the sea to miles back towards the mountain.
This t ract seems to he the natural home for pineapples, and
those who went into the industry a few years ago are now reaping
a golden harvest..
A few years ago the editor of the News made a trip through this
section of Maui, just before the first canning of pines by the Haiku
Fruit and packing Company. At that time there were a few acres
in pines and mauy were skeptical as to the future of the- industry.
There was at that time, hut one building and that was a small one
compared to what there is there at the present time.
Last Sunday the same party went over the same route and was
astonished to find many times the former area in pines and so
many new buildings cramped for room that the place was un
recognizable. We are convinced that the industry of the islands is in its in
fancy, and that in a short time there will be thousands of acres of
land in pines that are now practically idle and fortunes are to be
made in this enterprise.
We believe that the proper place for the canning factory is at
Kahului and that this will come. We see no reason why the pines
can not be transported as cheaply to Kahului as the freight is now
shipped to Haiku and the product then shipped to Kahului for
transportation to the mainland.
We see however that it will, be much easier to st'cure labor at
Kahului and Wailuku than it will be away from the centers of
population, and this advantage alone should dictate the establish
ment at the port rather than in the interior.
By the establishment of a large factory in Kahului the labor
conditions of the farming district will not be disturbed while em
ployment will be given to the idle here aud an improved con
dition will be felt where it is needed.
Continued from Tage I.
the lease of Kaahumanu park ex
ecuted and that everything was in
readine6s for carrying out the plan
to move the old court house over
on to the new site and improve the
A petition was received by the
board from two hundred and
twenty three residents in the Ma
kawao district asking for the rein
statement of the two policemen
who were recently dismissed from
the force for the reason that it was
thought their service was super
fluous and the amount paid them
would better be spent by employ
ing men to work the roads. The
petition was signed by many per
Bona who were not in favor of the
object of the petition. This state
ment bears out the statement made
by many who signed the petition
asked for what they did not want.
Auditor Wilcox reporting on the
condition of the treasury said there
is still in the hands of the treasurer
The report of County Attorney
J. W. Kalua was read with con
siderable interest as it was the first
report of the present incumbent.
His report announced the appoint
ment of D. II. Kahaulelio as De
puty County Attorney and dealt
with the work he is doing for the
tax payers. Harry C. Moseman
came in for a bunch of compli
ments. The County Attorney said
he is a most valuable assistant and
clerk and strongly rcommended
that the boffrd increase his salary.
The County Attorney reported
having appointed the various De
puty Sheriffs as prosecuting At
torneys. A lengthy legal opinion- was
given in the report as a copy of a
written opinion rendered road
Supervisor Sommerfeld in which
the County Attorney held that
those who owned the water that
ran through a ditch across a pub
lic way could be compelled to re
pair the ditch or he compelled to
pay the cost if done by the County.
The owner of the water in this case
happens to be the Wailuku Sugar
The County Attorney pointed
out the great responsihlity attach-
ed to his oflice and that of H. C
Mossman and asked for an appro
priation for oflice furniture and a
telephone and the permanent em
ployment of a Japanese interpreter.
A copy of a legal opinion by the
County Attorney to the Sheriff was
made a part of the report. The
opinion was to the effect that the
Sheriff might disir. iss any police
oflice lie chose to but had no
authority to order a Deputy Sheriff
to do so.
The County Sheriff reported tlia,t
the conduct of the police had been
good during the month and that
no dismissals or suspensions. He
reported that the two policemen
who were recently dismissed had
been reinstated. The Sheriff re
ported tiiat he had ordered the
Deputy Sheriff of Molokai to dis
miss two men hut that that officer
had refused to do so as he had been
told by Supervisor Meyei that none
of the police were to be dismissed.
On the afternoon of September
the 10th a communication was re
ceived from James N. K. Keola,
Deputy Tax Collector. Mr. I'ogue
moved that the matterhe referr
ed to the heads of various de
partments. This was in re non
payment of taxes by many em
ployees of the County. Mr. Kaiue
moved to defer action. This mo
tion was seconded by Mr. Meyer
The clerk was instructed to noti
fy Fire Chief Coelho that the board
had never authorized the incurring
of any bills against the County by
any officer of the Fire Company
except with the approval of the
supervisor of the district.
The Clerk was instructed to call
the attention of the Governor of
the Territory to the fact that the
precinct of Kihei overlapped the
Puunene precinct and that out
precinct is in the Makawao Dis
trict and the other in the Wailuku
The County Engineer and the
Wailuku Supervisor were instruct'
ed to see the owners of the ditch
along Main street and have sub
stantial covers over the same.
Mr. Kaiue moved that the Coun
ty Engineer he instructed to fence
the Iao road from the reservoir on
up the valley. Carried.
Continued next issue.
In persuancc of the law, I, Walter F.
Frear, Governor of the Territory of
Ilawaiia, hereby proclaim that a general
election for a Delicate to the House of
Representatives of the United States and
for Senators and Representatives of the
Legislature of Uie Territory of Hawaii,
will he held on TUESDAY, NOVEM
BER 3. ii.oN, throughout the Terrilority,
between the hours of eight o'clock a. in.
and five o'clock p. m.
The Senatorial Districts and numbers
of Senators to be elected therein are as
SECOND DISTRICT Island, of
Maui, Molokai, Lauai, and Kahoolawe
Representatives are to be elected as
In the THIRD DISTRICT six.
The Representative districts, precincts
and polii-.g places are as follows:
THIRD KEPRESENTATIVU DIS
TRICT SECOND SENATOR
THE ISLANDS OF MAUI, MOLOKAI,
LAN A I, AND KAHOOLAWE, CON
ST1TI TING THE COUNTIES OF
MAUI AND KALAWAO.
FIRST PRECINCT The Island of
Lanai Polling place, Kahalcpalaoa store
SECOND PRECINCT The portion
of the District of Lahaina, on the Island
of Maui, between the east boundary of
Honokahau and the north boundary of
Honokawai. Polling place, Ilouolua
THIRD PRECINCT The portion of
the District of Lahaini, on the Island of
Maui, between the not 111 boundary of
Honokawai and the noith boundary of
Olowalu. Pulling place, Lahaina court
FOURTH PRECINCT '-The remain
der of the District of Lahaina. Polling
place, Olowalu school house.
FIFTH PRECINCT The portion of
the District of Wailuku south of Waiehu
and west of a line from the mouth of
the Wailuku stream along the sand hills
to the sea at Maalaea Bay, and including
the Island of Kahoolawe. Polling place,
Wailuku court house.
SIXTH PRECINCT The .portion
of the District of Wailuku north of the
south boundary of Waiehu and east of
Honokahau. - Polling place, Waihee
SEVENTH PRECINCT The portion
of the District of Wailuku between the
fifth precinct and the tJistrict of Maka
wao. Polling place, Puunene school
EIGHTH PRECINCT The portion
of the District of Makf wao north of Ho
nuaula and south and west of a line'from
Puhawaua to Puu o Koha and thence
across the top of Puu o Kali to the Ho
nuanla boundary. Polling place, Kihei
NINTH PRFCINCT Honuaula. Poll
ing place, Honuaula court house.
TENTH PRECINCT The portion of
the District of Makawao between Honu
aula and the bed of the Waieli gulch
south aud east of a line from the junction
of Waieli gulch with the new Hamakua
ditch to Puu o Koha and thence across
the top of Puu o Kali to the north
boundary of Honuaula. Polling place,
Kealahou school house.
ELEVENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of the District of Makawao letween
the tenth precinct and the bed of Hama
kua gulch and southeast of a line along
the old Hamakua ditch from the bed of
Halehaku gulch to the bed of Maliko
gulch, thence along the bed of Kaliko
gulch to the new Hamakua ditch, and
thence along the new Hamakua ditch to
the boundary of the tenth precinct.
Polling place, Makawao school house.
T WE LI I'll PRECINCT The portion
of the District of Makawao nortli aud
west of the tenth aud eleventh precincts
and the bed of Halehaku gulch. Poll
ing place, Ilamakuapoko school house.
THIRTEENTH PRECINCT The
portion of the District of Makawao east
of the bed of Halehaku gulch. Polling
place, Huelo school house.
FOURTEENTH PRECINCT The
portion of Uie District of Hana north
west of the Kapaula stream, Polling
place, Keauae school house.
FIFTEENTH PRECINCT The, por
tion of the District of Hana between the
fourteenth precinct and the Ulaino ridge
aud the Hana-Koolau boundary. Polling
place, Nahiku school house.
SIXTEENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of the District of Hana 'between the
fifteenth precinct' aud Kipahulu. Poll
ing place, liana coutt house.
SEVENTEENTH PRECINCT Kij a
huhi. Polling place, Kipahulu court
EIGHTEENTH PRECINCT The
remainder of the District of Hana, in
cluding Kau;o and Kuhikiuui. Polling
place, Kaujxj school house.
NINETEENTH PRECINCT The
portion of the Island of Molokai north
of a line running along the bed of -the
Honouliwai gulch, the southern boundary
of Halawa and the top of the ridge be
tween Waiiau aud Halawa. Polling
place, Halawa school house.
with your grocer V If not, girc
us a call aud lot us show you the
cleanest and best equipped gro- g
eery in the city.
We always back these with fig-
ures that mean a .good saying
Ae .E N O
THE PIONEER STORE
TWENTIETH PRECINCT The por
tion of the Island of Molokai bounded
on the east by the nineteenth precinct
and on the west by the east boundary of
Kawela aud the County of Kalawao.
Polling place, Pukoo court house.
TWENTY-FIRST PRECINCT The
remainder of the Island of Molokai ex
cepting the County of Kalawao, Polling
place, Kaunakukai school house.
T WEN l'Y - SECOND PRECINCT
The County of Kalawao. Polling place.
Kalaupapa store. i
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
SUA I. the Great Seal of the Territory
of Hawaii to be affixed.
DONE AT THE CAPITAL, IN HO
NOLULU, this 25th duy of August, 190S.
By the Governor,
W. F. FREAR.
A. E. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Kuahatia Koho Faloka Laula
I kuhke ai irie ke kanawai, owau o
Walter F. Frear, Kiaaina o ke Toritoro o
Hawaii, ma keia ke kuahana aku uei au,
e malamaia ana ke koho paloka laula uo
ka Etele iloko o ka Hale o na Lunama
kaainana 6 America Huipuia, a no na
Seuatoa auie na Lunamakaainaua o ka
Ahaolelo o ke Teritore o Hawaii, ma ka
POALUA, NOVEMAHA 3, 190S, a puni
ke lentore, mawaena o na Mora ewalu o
ke kakahiaka ante ka hora elima o ka
O na Apaua Koho Senatoaame ka Hui
na o na Senatoae Kohoia ai Iloko Olaila,
oia keia Malalo iho:
Apana Elua-Na Mokupuni o Maui, Mo
lokai, Lauai ame Kahoolawe-elua man
E kohoia na Lunamakaainaua e like
tneia malalo nei.
Iloko o ka Apana Ekolu, rono. ."
O na Apana Koho Senatoa ame ka hui
11 a o 11 a Seuatoa e kohoia ai iloko olaila
oia keia malalo iho.
Apana Koho Lunamakaainaua Ekolu;
Apana Koho Seuatoa Klua.
O 11a Mokupuni o Maui, Molokai, Lanai
ame Kahoolawe, kai komo iloko o na Ka
lana o Maui ame Kalawao.
Mahele Ekahi ka mokupuni o Lanai.
Wahi koho, hale ukana o Kahalcpalaoa.
Mahele Elua o Ja hapa o ka apana o
Lahaina, mokupuni o Maui, niawaeua o
ka pleifa hikiua o Honokohau ame ka
palena akau o Honokawai. Wahi kohoj
awa pae o Honolua.
Mahele Ekolu o ka hapa o ka apaua o
Lahaina, mokupuni o Maui, mawaena o
ka palena akau o Honokawai ame ka pa
lena akau o Olowalu. Wahi koho, hale
hookolokolo o Lahaina.
Mahele Eha ke koena aku o ka apana
o Lahaina. Waihi Koho, halekula ma
Mahele Elima o ka hapa o ka apana
o Wailuku ma ka hema o Waiehu, a ma
ke koinohana o ka lainamai ka nuku mai
o ke kahawai o Wailuku ma na puu one
a hiki i ke kai ma ke kaikuouoo Maalaea,
me ke komo pu tnai o ka mokupuni o
Kahoolawe. Wahi koho, hale hookolo
kolo o Wailuku.
Mahele I'.ono o ka hapa o ka apana o
Wailuku ma ka akau aku o ka ' palena
hema a Waiehu a 111a ka hikiua o Hono
kohau. Wahi koho, halekUa o Waihee.
Mahele Ehiku o ka hapa o ka apaua
o'Wailuku mawaena o ka apana elima
ame ka apana o Makawio. Wahi koho,
halokulu o Puunene.
Mahele Ewalu oka hapa o fta apana o
Makawao ma ka akau o Honuaula a ma
ka hema ame ke komohaua 111.1 ka laina
mai Puhawaua a hiki i puu o koha, a
malaila ae a hiki i ka piko o puu o kali a
hiki i ka palena o Honuaula. Wahi koho,
halekula o Kihei.
Mahele Eiwa Honuaula. Wahi koho,
hale hookolokolo o Honuaula.
Mahele Umi o ka hapa o ka apana o
Makawao mawaena o Honuaula ame ke
kumu o ke awawa o Waieli ma ka hema
ame ka hikiua o ka laina e hui ana i ke
awawa o Waieli ame ka auwai lion o Ha
makua a hiki i puu koha, mailaila ae a
hiki i ka piko o puu o kali a hiki i ka
palena akau o Honuaula. Wahi koho,
halekula o Kealahou.
Mahele Uniikumamakahi o ka hapa o
ka apana o Makawao mawaena o ka ma
hele umi ame ke kunm o ke awawa o
Halehaku a 111a ka hikiua-heina, o ka
laina e moe ana ma ka auwai kahiko o
Hamakua, mai ke kumu mai o ke awawa
o Halehaku a hiki i ke kumu o ke awawa
o Maliko, a mailaila aku a hiki i ka auwai
hou o Hamakua, a mai ka auwai liou aku
o Hamakua a hiki i kapalena o ka ma
hele umi. Wahi koho, halekula o Makawao.
Mahele Uniikumamalua j ka I d n
ka apana o Makawao ma ka akau ame ke
komohaua o na mahele umi ame uniiku
uininakahi ame ke kumu o ke awawa o
Halehaku. Wahi koho halekula o Ila
inakuapoko. Mahele Umikumamakolu o ka hapa o
ka apana o Makawao ma ka hikina o ke
kumu o ke awawa o Halehaku. "Wahi
koho, halekula o Huelo.
Mahele Umikuniamaha o ka hapa 1
ka apana o liana ma ke komohaua akau ,
o ke kahawai o Kapaula. Wahi koho,
halekula o Keanae.
Mahele Umikumamalima o ku hapa o
ka apana o Hana mawaena o ka mahele
uniikumaniah'a ame ke kualapa o Ulaino
ame ka palena o Hana, koolau. Wahi
koho. halekula o Nahiku.
Mahele Umikuniamaona o ka hapa o
ka apana o Hana mawaena o ka mahele
umikuinamalima ame Kipahulu. Wahi
koho, hale hookolokolo o Haua.
M ibele Uniikumamahiku Kipahulu.
Wahi koho, hale hookolokolo o Kipahulu.
Mahele Umikumamawalu o ke koena
aku o ka apana o Hana, e komo pu ana o
Kaupo ame Kahikiuui. Wahi koh 1, Ha
lekula o Kaupo.
Mahele Uinikuuiapnaiwa kahapiio ka
mokupuni o Xolok.ii ma ka akau o ka
laina e holo la ma ke kumu o ke awawa o
Honouliwai, ka palena hema o Halawa
ame ka piko o ke kualapa mawaena o
Waiiau ame Halawa. Wahi Koho, hale
kula o Halawa.
Mahele Iwakalua ka hapa o ka moku
puni o Molokai e hodpuniia ana tna ka
hikina uie ka mahele umikumamaiwa a
ma ke komohana uie ka palena hikina o
Kawela ame ke kalaua o Kalawao. Wahi
koho, hale hookolokolo o Pnkoo.
Mahele Iwakalua Kumatuakahi lie
koena iho i koe o ka Mokupuni o Molo
kai, koe ke kalana o Kalawao, Wahi
koho, halekula o Kaunakakai.
Mahele Iwakalua Kumamalua" ke ka
lana o Kalawao Wahi koho, halekuai o
I Hoike No Keia, ke kau nei au i kon
lima me ka hoopiH puia o ke Sila Nui o
ke Teritore o Hawaii,
Hanaia ma ke Kapitala ma Honolulu, 1
keia la 25 o Aukake, !9oS.
Na ke kiaaina: W. F. FREAK.
; E. A. MOTT-SMITH,
Kakauolelo 6 Hawaii.
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