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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1908
THE MAUI NEWS
ntered t the Tost OtFice at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class mutter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People
Issued Every Saturday.
Maui Publishing Company. Limited.
The columns of the Nkws admit communications on pcrliment topics. Write only
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SunseirrioN Uatks, in Advanck 12.50 per Year, $1.50 Six Month?
Hugh m. Coke,
tlctltor and Manager
- SEPTKMRKU 2C. 1!08
Compare the We present the lists of names of those nominated
Tickets. by the two parties and will ak All persons to
make a careful comparison. If this is done it will be found that
even those who usually vote a split ticket will ho compelled to vote
nearer a straight Republican ticket than they have ever done.
The Republican legislative ticket is so far ahead of the Demo
cratic-IIome Rule aggregation that a contrast, is stilliciont to force
any right thinking man, irrespective of politics, to vote a straight
S. E. Kalanm
W. T. Rol.ins.-n
C'has. K. Karden
J. W. Kawaaloia
M. T. Waiwaiole
A. J. (Ionics
E. R. (Why
Si IKK IKK
W. E. Puffery
('has. Wilcox ,
L. M. Ral.lwin
W. F. Kane
J. V. Kalua
Molokai T. T. Meyer
Lahaina W. Ilenning
Wailuku R. A. Wadsworth
Makawao W. F. I'ogue
liana W. P. Ilaia
Molokai DPI .hie K. Ilae
Lahaina C. R. Lindsay
Wailuku Clement Crowell
Makawao Edgar Morton
liana Ijcvi Joseph
J. II. Raymond
R. J. K. Nawnl.ine
II. C. Mossman
J. W. KauliMtie
J. L. Coke
Molokai Paia Naki
Lahaina (leo. Kauhi
Wailuku T. P. Lyons
Makawao P. (Wketl
liana J. Ahulii Jr.
Molokai E. K. Devauehelle
Lahaina Moses Kauhaahaa
Wailuku W. L. Mossman
Makawao Jerry Rums
liana J. P. Kauimakaole
To Eradicate There is probably not a single thing that is more
Leprosy. desired by all people of all races and nationalities
than the eradication of tbe disease of leprosy that is too prevalent
in the Territory, It is a stain on the name of our fair little Terri
tory and has blighted the lives of many of our people,
By the system of segregation the disease is slowly dying out
and at present we have not nearly so many affected with the dis
ease as formerly. If any means can be found to hasten the eradi
cation of the disease and make its existence a thing entirely of the
past it will be a great step for the betterment of the whole com
munity. There is probably not a greater specialist on earth to day than
Dr. Koch who recently paid a visit to the leper settlement at Ka
laupapa. He made the statement that he believed that many of
the case's there could have been cured if they had been cared for
in time. This statement is substantiated by Dr. Goodhue who is
doing wonderful work at the settlement. By the use of eucalytus
oil and chalmugra oil it is claimed that the disease can be cured if
tbe patients are treated in time.
Dr. Koch advocates the establishment of hospitals in the various
islands where those who show the first symptoms of the disease
may be treated with these oils and where it is thought that one
half of those afflicted with the disease will be permanently cured.
If this can be accomplished it will be' but a short time until the
disease will be better understood and it will be entirely a thing of
Welcome the day when this nay be accomplished.
Homestead Having lived for over a quarter of a century in the
our lands. western part of the United States and having ob
served the results of giving, practically free, the lands to those
who would take them and develop homes the editor of the News
does not hesitate to say that he belives that a more Hbeial system
could be devise by which our public domain could and should be
devised for the settlement of the lands that would in the course of
a few years prove to be of great benefit to the Territory as a whole
and promote the prosperity and happiness of the people of Hawaii
The rectangular system of survey, which is the basis on which
the land laws of the United States is based is not suitable to the
conditions existing here and is not to be thought of. The allot
ment of tracts of land of one hundred and sixty acres, regardless
of quality or location has been found to be defective in many sec
tions in tbe mainland and would be more defective here.
Tho principle of giving the lands to bone tide homesteaders on a
liberal basis has been found to be a great factor in tho rapid develop
ment of the states andj would doubtless be found to be of equal ad
vantage here. '
Our Democratic friends have htd inserted in their platform a
a clause that they favor the application of the principle of our
American land laws to tht Territory. This sounds well but what
does it mean?
One of their acknowledged leaders said in a public speech re
cently that he considered it one of the best catch phrases in the
platform but that it didn't mean anything. That each man could
interpret it to suit his own wishes.
We do not believe in equivocal terms in platforms or in any
thing else. Let us have the land laws in the hands of the Terri
tory bat so changed that any one who desires a home stead may
acqaire the same on liberal terms and conditions by which he will
neither be compelled to give ail he possesses in order to get
same nor bo compelled to live so constantly on the
must either starve or leave his homo and forfeit his
laud that he
right to tho
In persuanee of the law, I, Walter V.
Frear, Governor of the Territory of
Itawaiia, 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 ot the Territory of Hawaii,
will be held on TUESDAY, NOVEM
BER 3, iijoS, throughout the Territority,
between the hours of eight o'clock a. in.
and five o'clock p. in .
The Senatorial Districts and numbers
of Senators to be elected therein are as
SECOND DISTRICT Islands of
Maui, Molokai, Kauai, and Kahoolawe
Representatives are to be elected as
In the THIRD DISTRICT six.
The Representative districts, precincts
and poling places arc as follows:
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DIS
TRICT -" SECOND SENATOR
THI? ISLANDS OK MA 11, MOLOKAI,
LAN A I, AND KAHOOLAWK , CON
STITUTING TnR COItNTiRS op
MAUI AND KALAWAO.
FIRST PRECINCT The Island of
Lanai Foiling place, Kahalepalaoa store
SKCONI) l'RKCINCT The portion
of4he District of Lahaina, on the Island
of Maui, between the east boundary of
Houokahau and the north boundary of
Polling place. Honoliiii
THIRD l'RKCINCT The portion of
the District of Lahaiui, on the Island of
Maui, between the north boundary of
Ilonokawai and th' north boundary of
Olowalu. Foiling place, Lahaina court
FOURTH l'RKCINCT The remain
der of the District of Lahaina. Foiling
place, Olowalu school house.
FIFTH l'RKCINCT The jiortion 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 l'RKCINCT The portion
of the District of Wailuku north of the
south boundary of Waiehu and east of
Houokahau. Polling place, Waihee
SEVENTH PRECINCT The jiortion
of the District of Wailuku between the
fifth precinct and the Distinct of Maka
wao. Polling place, Puunene school
EIGHTH l'RKCINCT The 'portion
of the District of Makf wao north ot Ho-
uuaula and south and west of a line from
Puhawana to Puu o Koha and thence
across the top of Puu o Kali to the Ho.
uuaula boundary. Polling place, Kihei
NINTH PRECINCT 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 and 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
Kealallou school house.
ELEVENTH PRECINCT The por
tiou of the District of Makawao between
the tenth precinct and the bed of llama
kua gulch and southeast of a line along
the old Hamakua ditch from the bed of
Halehaku gulch to the bed of Malikq
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
TWELFTH PRKCINCT The portion
of the District of Makawao north and
west of the tenth and eleventh precincts
and the bed of Halehaku gulch. Poll
ing place, Hamakuapoko 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 the District of liana north
west of the Kapaula stream. Polling
place, Keanae school house.
FIFTEENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of the District of liana between the
fourteenth precinct and the Ulaino ridge
and the Haua-Kooluu boundary. Polling
place, Nahiku school house.
SIXTEENTH PRECINCT The por
tion of the Disirict of liana between the
fifteenth precinct and Kipahulu. Poll
ing place, liana court house.
SEVENTEENTH PRKCINCT Kipa
hulu. Polling place, Kipahulu court
EIGHTEENTH PRECINCT The
remainder of the District of Hana, in
cluding Kaupo and Kuhikinui. Polling
place, Kaupo school house.
NINETEENTH PRECINCT The
xrtiou of the Island of Molokai north
of a line running along the bed of the
Hououliwat gulch, the southern boundary
of Halawa and the top of the ridge be
tween Wailau and Halawa. Polling
place, llalawu school house.
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8 An Invitation
We would like to have you come and
visit us. Just walk in, look around ato
-if i t j- - - a a m t - a 1 C)
our aispiay or gooq tilings to eat, asK
questions, etc. Everybody is made to
feel at home at our store. You're, not
asked nor expected to buy unless you
see something you want.
A. B IN O S,
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 and 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, Kaunakakai school house.
TWEN 1'Y - SECOND l'RKCINCT -r-The
County of Kalawao. Polling place,
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have
hereunto set my hand and caused
SKAL the Great Seal of the Territory
of Hawaii to be affixed. .
DONE AT THE CAPITAL, IN HO
NOLULU, this 25th day of August, 1908.
By the Governor,
W. F. FREAR, '
A. K. MOTT-SMITH,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Kuahaua Koho Paloka Laula
I kulike ai me ke kanawai, owau o
Walter F. Frear, Kiaaiua o ke Toritore o
Hawaii, ma keia ke kuahaua aku nei au,
e tnalauiaia ana ke koho paloka laula no
ka Elele iloko o ka Hale o na Lunama
kaainana o America Huipuia, a no na
Seuatoa ame na Lunainakaaiuana o ka
Ahaolelo o ke Teritore o Hawaii, ma ka
POALUA, NOVEMABA 3, 190S, a puni
ke Teritore, mawaena o na hora ewalu o
ke kakahiaka ame ka hora elima o ka
O na Apana Koho Senatoaame ka Hui
na o na Seuatoa c Kohoia ai Iloko Olaila,
oia keia Malalo iho:
Apana Elua-Na Mokupuni o Maui, Mo
lokai, Lanai ame Kahoolawe-elua man
E kohoia na Luuauiakaainana e like
uieia malalo nei,
Iloko o ka Apana Kkolu, eono.
O na Apana Koho Seuatoa ame ka hui-
na o na Seuatoa e kohoia ai iloko olaila
oia keia malalo iho.
Apana Koho Lunainakaaiuana Ekolu;
Apana Koho Seuatoa Klua.
O na Mokupuni o Maui, Molokai, Lanai
ame Kahoolawe, kai komo iloko o na Ka-
lana o Maui ame Kalawao.
Mahtle Ekahi ka mokupuni o Lanai.
Wahi koho, hale ukana o Kahalepalaoa.
Mahele Elua o ka hnpa o ka apana o
Lahaina, mokupuni o Maui, mawaetia o
ka plena hikina o Ilonokohau ame ka
palena akau o Ilonokawai. Wahi koho,
awa pae o Houolua.
Mahele Ekolu o ka hapa o ka apana o
Lahaina, mokupuni o Maui, mawaena o
ka palena akau o Ilonokawai ame ka pa
lena akau o Olowalu. Wahi koho, hale
hookolokolo o Lahaina.
Mahele Eha ke koetia aku o ka apana
o Lahaina. Waihi Koho, halekula ma
Mali,ele Elima o ka hapa o ka apana
o Wailuku ma ka hema o Waiehu, a 111a
ke komohaua o ka laina mai ka uuku mai
o ke kahawai o Wailuku ma na puu one
a hiki i ke kai ma ke kaikuouoo Maalaea,
me ke komo pu mai o ka mokupuni o
Kahoolawe. Wahi koho, hale hookolo
kolo o Wailuku. - '
Mahele Eono o ka hapa o ka apana o
Wailuku ma ka akau aku o ka palena
hema a Waiehu a ma ka hikina o Ilono
kohau. Wahi koho, halekula o Waihee.
Mahele Ehiku o ka hapa o ka apana
o Wailuku tnaw.ieua o ka apana elima
ame ka apana o Makawio. Wahi koho,
halekula o Puunene.
Mahele Ewalu oka hapa o ka apana o
Makawao ma ka akau o Honuaula a ma
ka hema ame ke komohaua ma ka laina
mai Puhawana 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 Umio ka hapa o ka apana o
Makawao mawaena o Honuaula ame ke
kumu o ke awawa o Waieli ma ka hema
ame ka hikina o ka laina e hui ana i ke
awawa o Waieli ame ka auwai hou o Ha
makua a hiki i puu kpua, mailaila ae a
hiki i ka piko o puu o kali a hiki i ka
palena akau o Honuaula. Wahi koho,
halekula o Kealallou.
Mahele Umikumamakahi o ka hapa o
ka apana o Makawao mawaena o ka ma
hele uini ame ke kumu o ke awawa o
Halehaku a nia ka hikina-Iiema 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 inai ka auwai hou aku
o Hamakua a hiki i kapalena o ka ma
hele uini. Wahi koho, halekula o Makawao.
Mahele Uliiikumainalua ka hapa o
ka apana o Makawao ma ka akau ame ke
ifomohana o ua mahele umi ame ujuiku
mamakahi ame ke kumu o ke awawa o
Halehaku. Wahi koho halekula o Ha
makuapoko. Mahele Umikumamakolu o ka hapa o
ka apana o Makawao ma ka hikina o ke
kumu o ke awawa o Halehaku. Wahi '
koho, h.ilekula o Huelo.
Mahele Utnikuiiiamaha o ka hapa .
ka apana o liana ma ke komohaua akau
o ke kahawai o Kapaula. Wahi koho,
halekula o Keanae.
Mahele Umikumanialima o ka hapa o
ka apana o Hana mawaena o ka mahele
uinikum imaha ame ke kualapa o Ulaino
ame ka palena o Hana, koolau. Wahi '
koho. halekula o Nahiku.
Mahele Umikuinamaona o ka hapa o
ka apana o Hana mawaena o ka mahele
umikumahialiuia ame Kipahulu. Wahi
koho, hale hookolokolo o Hana.
Mahele Umikumamahiku 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 Kauikinui. Wahi koho, Ha
lekula o Kaujxj.
Mahele Umikumamaiwa ka hapa o ka
mokupuni o Molokai 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 j
Wailim ame Halawa. , Wain Koho, hale
kula o Halawa.
Mahele Iwakalua ka hapa o ka moku
puni o Molokai e hoopuniia ana ma ka
hikina me ka mahele umikumamaiwa a
ma ke koiuohana me ka palena hikina o
Kawela ame ke kalana o Kalawao. Wahi
koho, hale hookolokolo o Pukoo.
Mahele Iwakalua Kumamakahi he
koena iho i koe o ka Mokupuni o Molo
kai, koe ke kalana o Kalawao. Wahi
koho, halekula o Kaunakakai.
Mahele Iwakalua Kumauialua ke ka
lana o Kalawao Wahi koho, halekuai o
I Hoike No Keiake kau nei au i kou
lima nie ka hoopili puia o ke Sila Nui o
ke Teritore o Hawaii,
Hanaia ma ke Kapitala ma Honolulu, i
keia la 25 o Aukake, 1908.
Na ke kiaaiua: W. F. FREAR.
E. A. MOTT-SMITH, -Kakauolelo
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