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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 1914
Telegraph News of the Week.
tlie conference committee which agreed upon character of bill to admit
American owned, but foreign built ships, or foreign register, to Anicr
lean register during the war. Later, the Senate adopted the House
measure. I lie lull now admits to American registry all foreign built
ships. It is believed P. evident will sign bill.
MA i OM, Aug. 1 . Shamrock IV has arrived safely, and
has gone into winter quarters.
U ASUlM, I ON, Aug. 1 .Government officials here believe
America will assume attitude passive observer in present crisis, in Far
East as well as European war, in event Japan declares war against
Japan assures Guthrie, integrity of China will be maintained.
Germany" will defend Kiauchau from land side, as she is without
liatlle ships. Mie will nunc harbor and depend upon strength of
forces to protect against land movement.
Ambassador Chimin today delivered to Secretary of State, written
announcement of Japan' ultimatum to Germany, assuring the secre
tary that utmost endeavor will be made by Japan in interest of Amer
ica jiiid all oilier nations, not immediately concerned, to prevent war.
SAiS )U',G(), Aug. it. Idzuma will remain in port not longer
than 21 hours. Permission given to load 500 tons coal.
w ami jiMi I UiN, Aug. 10 Great Britain, France and pjissia,
have intimated that strict censorship will not be enforced.
piVjW ) (UI, Aug. 16. From a British news agency conies the
report that invaders arc working their way steadily in direction of
Strassburg, the most important city in province. The army of occu
pation is resisting attempts of the Germans to dislodge them from
their position north of Muelhausen. Another army is entering the
province through passes in the Vosges Mountains, which mark the
The advance of this army has occupied Saales, 45 miles eouthwest
WASHINGTON, Aug. 15. Cable company again protests against
unreasonable search in government censorship.
Postmaster General Burleson is going for beet sugar men to recover
$57,000 postage on pamphlet circulated by organization.
HONOLULU, Aug. 20. American-Hawaiian line w ill not change
steamer service on account of war.
Utilities Commission has approved Inter-Island Steam Navigation
Company's acts, and says its policy is fair.
Federal grand jury pro bably becalled next week.
1IMVH ITi IT . . . -, r. - , . i, .
iiuwi,ui;U, Aug. jw. J. J. Mniuciy, former road supervisor,
has been nominated by treasury department to be U. S. Marshal in
Supervisors decided against McCandless building at noon meeting
HONOLULU, Aug. 19.-Banditti attack chauffeur on Waikiki
road last night. No clue. '
Alex. Lindsay, Jr., appointed referee in bankruptcy.
McCandless Building must be changed to suit laws, or work must
stop, is decision of supervisors.
Willie Crawford, accused by Harry Gregson, of grafting on candi
dates. HONOLULU, Aug. IS. Chas.-Murray, prominent Mason, and
brother of Harry Murray, candidate for Mayor, died suddenly last night.
Forbes now head of Public Works Department.
pHinured from Washington that Joseph Lightfoot, will succeed
Whitney or Robinson on Circuit Bench, and that Pinkhain's term is near
Bice has advanced to $5 per bag since August 1.
HONOLULU, Aug. 17. M. A. Thomas, 1st U. S. attorney, San
Francisco, has been specially appointed to take McCarn's place for GO
days until the McCarn cases are disposed of.
Judge Ashford has requested the resignations of Louis Horner,
court stenographer; Chester Doyle, Japanese interpreter; Farm Corn,
Chinese interpreter; Job Batchelor, chief clerk; and Chas. Hopkins,
Inter-Island Company kept unusually busy this afternoon load
ing paraphernalia to be used by the Shriners in their parade and cere
monial session to be held in Waihiku on Saturday. One of the pack
ages looks suspiciously like a large balloon.
HONOLULU, Aug. n.-r-Chinese defeated P A. C. in 1-inning
game 8 to 7.
HONOLULU,-Aug. 15. Interne Thomas accused of inhumanly
treating patients taken to Queen's Hospital. Alleging was tuberculosis,
left boy on side walk at station house.
War news largely confiination of that published relative to Liege
fight during past week.
For Men and Women
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRI
Notice is hereby given that in ac
cordanee with the terms of Act 151
of the Session Laws of 1913, a Pi
mary Election for the purpose of
making nominations fur a Delegate
to the House of Representatives of
the United Stales and for Senator
and Representatives of the Legisla
tu re of the Territory of Hawaii, and
also for City ami Countv offices
within the City and Countv of Ho
nohilu, as more particularly herein
after set forth, will be held on Sat
nrday, the 12th day of September
A. I). l!)ll, throughout the Terri
tory, between the hours of S o'clock
A. M., and 5 o'clock, P. M.
The several Senatorial District
and the number of candidates for
Senator to In? nominated bv each
political party are as follows:
Sr.coxn Distiikt - Islaiulsof Maui
Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe
The several Representative Distri
els and the number of candidates
for Representative to be nominated
by each political party areas follows
The Representative districts, lire
eincts and polling places are as fol
Parcel Post char
ges chefuHy prepaid.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
DISTRICT SECOND SENA
J he Islands of Maui, Molokai, La
nai and Kahoolawe, ('(instituting
the Counties of Maui and Kalawao
Juiis-r Pitwixci The Island of
Lanai. Polling place, Kahalepalao;
Siroxn Pi;i:ciN(T The portion of
Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, northeasterly of the nortl
boundary of Jlonokawai. Polling
place, Uonolua Ranch Store, llono
Third Pi:i-( im"i The portion of
Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, between the second precinct
and tin; north hoiuidarv of ( Howalu
Polling place, Lahaina courthouse
I'orin n PiiKriNt-i The remainder
ot Lahaina iMstrict. 1'oliiiig place,
Olowalu school house.
I'irrii Pid-viM t The portion of
ailuku District south of Waiehu
and west of a line from the nioutl
of the ailuku stream along the
sand hills to the sea at Maalaea
Bay. Polling place, Wailuku court
Sixth Pkkcixct The portion of
Wailuku District north of the south
boundary of Waiehu Polling place,
Skvkxtii riii: ixcr I he portion
of 'Waiiuku District between the
fifth precinct and the Makawao Dis
trict. Polling place. Puunene school-
Eiiiirr PiiKdxn Abolished.
Ni.vrii Piuvixri Honuaula and
the Island of Kahoolawe. Polling
place, Honuaula courthouse.
Tkxi ii PkkcIxct- The portion of
Makawao District between the ninth
precinct and the bed of Waieli gulch.
1 oiling place, Keokea schoolhouse.
Ei.kvkxtii Pi;i: ix -r--The portion
of Makawao District between the
tenth precinct and the bed of Hale-
haku gulch and southeast of a lim
along the old llamakua ditch from
the bed of Ualehakll gulch to th(
bed of Maliko gulch, thence along
the bed of Maliko gulch to the new
Haniakua ditch, and thence along
the new Haniakua ditch and the
boundary of Wailuku District to the
boundary of the tenth precinct. Pol
ling place, Makawao school house.
IWKI.TH I'liKciXi r i he portion
of Makawao District north and west
of the eleventh precinct and the lied
of Ualehakll gulch. Polling place,
llama kuapoko schoolhouse.
1 niifTKKN i n PiiKi ixi 'i The por
tion-of Makawao District east of the
bed of llalehaku gulch. Polling
place, Huelo schoolhouse.
I'OI IITKKXTII P R Ki'I X C T The
portion of liana District northwest
of the Kaupaula stream. Pollinu
place, Keanae schoolhouse.
Fin i:i:xni I'm ix.r The portion
of Dana District between the four
teenth precinct and the Hana-Koo-
lau boundary. Polling place, Na
Si.Ti:i:xtii PuKcix'i T The portion
of liana District lietwecn the fif
teenth precinct and Kipahulu. Pol
ling place, liana courthouse.
Si:vi:Ti:i:ntii pm: ixc'r Kipahu
lu. Polling place, Kipahulu court
house. KiiiiiTKF.xTii PkivImT The re
mainder of liana District, including
Kaupo and Kabikinui. Polling
place, Kaupo schoolhouse.
N i x i:ti:kxth P h k c i x c t The
portion of the Island of Molokai
north of a line running along the
bed of the llonouliwai gulch, the
southern boundary of Ilalawa and
the top of the ridge between Wailau
and Ilalawa. Polling place, Ilala
wa schoolhouse. ,
Tw cntiktii pmrixcT The por
tion of the Island of Molokai bound
ed on the eat by tin; nineteenth
precinct and on the west by the east
boundary of Kawela and the Kala
wao District. Polling place, Pukoo
I kyi'v-Fiiist piiKcixcT The re
mainder of the Island of Molokai
excepting the Kalawao District
1 oiling place, Kaunakakai school-
have hereunto set
caused the Great Seal of the Terri
tory of Hawaii to be affixed.
DONE at the Capitol in Hono
lulu, this 5th dav of August, A. D.
WADE WARREN THAY ER,
Secretary of Hawaii.
Aug. 22, 2!), Sept. 5, l'.IH.
riii.c.xcr i he
my hand and
II OO LA II A KOHO BALOTA
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku nei i knlike
ni me na hoakakao ke K.mawai 151 o tin
Kanawai Kan o 191,3, lie Koho lialota
Wae Moho m, ka wae nic.ho ana i Klele i
ka Hale o na I.tiiiamaknaiiia o Amerika
Huipuia a i Senatoa me 11a Luuamnka
ainana no ka Ohaolelo(o ke Terilore o
Hawaii, e like me ia i liuikc maopopoia
ttmhope iho uei, ke malamaia ana ma ka
Poaono, la 1 2 of Sepatemaba, M. H. 1914,
b pnni ks Leritore, mawaena o na liora 8
o ke kakahiaka o me ka liora 5 o ka
NA A PAN A SKNATOA.
O 11a Apana Senatoa me ka lielnna o
na niolio .Senntoa e waeia e kela me keia
aoao kalaiaina e knlike no ia me keia
maliope ilio nei:
APANA KLUA -Na Mokupunt o Maui,
Molokai, Lanai me Kahoolawe, -hoo-
NA APANA LUNAMAKAAINANA.
O na Apana Liinamakaainana me ka
heluna o na umbo Lnnaniakaainana e
Waeia ai e kela a me keia aoao kalaaina,
e knlike no ia me keia maliope inn nei:
A PAN A KKOLU Komi.
O na apana Luuaniakaainana, na 111:1-
liele koho a me na walii kolio e knlike
no ia me keia niahope ilio nei.
APANA L f J N A M A K A A 1 1 ' A N A KKOI.U
APANA Sl'.NALOA KLUA.
Na Mokupuni o Maui, Molokai, Lanai
me Kahoolawe, a oia no hoi ke Kalana o
Maui me Kalawao.
Maiiki.K Kkaiii Ka Mokiipuui o La
nai, Walii kolio, haleukaua ma Kahale
Mahki.i Kl.l A - Kela inahele o ka
Apana o Lahaina nia ka Mokupuni o
Maui, ma ka aoao akau hikina o ka pa-
lena akau o Hotiokawni. Walii koho,
Halekuai, Honolua Kamh, Honokahua.
M.UIKJ.K Kkoi.u Kela maliele o ka
Apana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni o
Maui, mawaena o ka maliele elua me ka
palena akau o Olowalu. Walii koho.
Hale Hookolokolo o Lahaina.
MAIIKI.K Kha Ke koena iho o ka
Apana o Lahaina. Walii kohu, llale-
kula o Olowalu.
Maiiki.K Ki.ima Ka maliele o ka
Apana o ailuku ma ka aoao hcnia o ka
palcna u Waiehu o koinoliana hoi o keka
hi laina mai ka waha m.ii o ka muiiwai
o Wailuku a holo ma ka laina o na pun
one a hiki i ke kai ma ke awa o Maalaea.
Wahi koho Hale Hookolokolo o Wailuku.
Maiiki.K Komi Ka mahele o ka Apa
na o Wailuku ma ka akau o ka palena
henia o Waiehu. Wahi koho, Halekula
Maiihi.h Himki'-IU mahele o ka
Apana o Wailuku mawaena o ka mahele
elinia me ka Apana o Makawao. Wahi
koho, Haleknla o Puunene.
Maiiki.K Kwai.it Hoopauia.
Maiiki.K Kiwa Honuaiila me ka Mo-
kupuni o Kahoolawe, Wahi koho, Hale
Hookolokolo o Honuaula.
MAHHI.K Umi Ka mahele o ka A liana
Makawao mawaena o ku mahele eiwa
me ke awawa o Waieli. Wahi koho, Ha-
lekula o Keokea.
Maiikck I'mikl'mam akaiii -- Ka mahele
oka Apana o Makawao mawaena o ka
mahele unit me ke kahawai o llalehaku
bema hikina hoi o ktkabi laina ma ka
auwai kahiko o Haniakua mai ka kaha
wai mai o llalehaku u hiki i ke kahawai
o Maliko, a malaila holo ma ke awawa o
Maliko a hiki i ka auwai bou o Hania
kua, alaila, holo ma ka auwai hou o
llamakua a me ka palena o ka Apana o
Wailuku a hiki i ka paleua o ka mahele
umi. Wain kolio. Halekula o Makawao.
Maiiki.K I'.MlKi MAMAl.f A Ka mahele
o ka Apana o Makawao 111a ka akau ko
inoliana no hoi o ka mahele uinikumaina
kahi me ke kahawai o llalehaku. Wahi
koho, Halekula o Ilamakuapuko.
Maiiki.K U.mikcmam akoi.c -Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka hiki
na o ke kahawai o llalehaku. Wahi koho,
Halekula o Huelo.
Maiiki.K I'miktmamaiia Ka mahele
ka Apana o liana 111a ka akau kotno
ma o ke kahawai o Kaupaula, Wahi
ilu 1, Halekula o Ke.mae.
Maiiki.K I'mikim amai.im.v Ka ma-
t le o ka Apana o Il.ina mawaena o ka
mahele umikuniaiuaha me ka nalena o
liana me Koolau. Wahi kolio. Hale-1
kula o Nahikn.
MAIIl'.I.K t'MIKt'MAMAONO Ka lllalle
Ie o ka Apana o liana mawaena o ka
maliele umikumaui.11iina me Kipahulu
Wahi koho, Halt liookolokolo o Haua
Maiiki.K t miki mamahikc Kipahu
ai. Wahi koho, Halehookolokolo
Maiiki.K I'mikcmama wa i.v Ke koe
na aku o ka Apana o Haua, bui pu ana
in Kaupo me Kabikinui. Wahi koho
Halekula o Kautio.
Maiiki.K L'mikcmamaiwa Ka mahe
le o ka Mokupuni o Molokai akau o ke
kahi laina e holo ana mawaena o ka
papaku o ke kahawai o llonouliwai, ka
palena bema o Ilalawa a me ka hoku
kekuabiwi pale ia Wailau me Ilalawa
Wahi koho, Halekula o Ilalawa.
Mahki.S Iwakai.i-a Ka inahele o ka
Mokupuni o Molokai i apoia ma ka hiki
11,1 o Ka niaueic umikumamaiwa, a ma
ka koinoliana o ka palcna hikina o
kawela a me ka Apana o Kalawao,
Wahi koho, I lalehookolokolo o Pukoo
M All KI.K Iw A K A I.C A KVM A M A K A 1 1 1
Ke koena o ka Mokupuni o Molokai
koe aku ka Apana o Kalawao. Wahi
koho, Halekula o Kaunakakai.
Apana o Kalawao. Walii koho, Hale
kuai o Kalatipnpa.
i iiuitve, .xi Kf.i.A, na knn ilio an i
ko'u lima a 11a hoopili pit hoi i ka Hili
Nui o ke Teritore o Hawaii.
HANAIA ma ke Kapitola ma Hono
lulu, i keia la 5 o Augate, M. H. 1914.
WADIi WARRKN THAYKR,
Kakauoleto o ke Teritote.
Wailuku, Maui, T. II., August
Resolution No. 232.
Presented by R. A. Drvmjioxd,
Seconded by Chas. Lakk,
Bk It Rksolvkij by the Board
of Supervisors of the Countv of
Maui, territory of Hawaii, that
Wiikkkas. the Board of Suner
visors Within and For the Countv
of Maui, Territory of Hawaii, deem
it advisable under the Provisions
of Act 117. of the Session Laws of
1913, of the Territory of Hawaii,
that bonds of the County of Maui
be issued in the aggregate amount
of 85,0ni).(K) to draw interest at
the rate of five percent per annum,
interest payaple semi-annually, the
term tliereot to be tit teen vears.
and the proceeds thereof to lie
used for the nurnoses hereinbelow.
in this Resolution specified:
Bk It 1 hkrkkokk Rksoi vi:n bv
the Board of Supervisors Within
and For the County of Maui, l ei
ritory of Hawaii, that, under the
I'rovisions ot said Act 117, of the
Session Laws of 1913. entitled
An Act to Enable Anv Countv Or
Citv and Countv to Issue Bonds.
and all other laws enabling said
Board so to do, Proclamation be
made and notice eiven. and such
Proclamation is made and notice
given, that, at the General Election
to be held throughout the Countv
of Maui (and Territorv) on Tues
day, the third day of November
1914 between the hours of eight
o'clock A. M., and five o'clock
P. M.. of said dav. the Electors
(voters) of the County of Maui
will be called upon to, and may
vole either for or against the issu
ance, by the County of Maui, of
County bonds, in the aggregate
amount, at the rate of interest, for
the term, and for the purposes
THE AMOUNT of said bonds
in the aggregate, shall be 585,
THE RATH of interest per an
mini of said bonds shall be five
THE TERM of said bonds shall
be fifteen years.
Bk It Fi kthkk Ri-soi.vkh that
a printed copy of said Proclama
tion, i:i both the English and Ha
waiian languages, be posted for at
least sixty days before the date of
such election, in" a conspicuous
place in each election precinct of
the County of Maui; and also pub
lished in the English language
once a week for three consecutive
weeks, in the Maii Nkws, and
the Weekly Times, of Wailuku,
-Maui, and 111 the Hawaiian lan
guage in the N u p e p a Kuoko a,
of the City and County of Hono
lulu; the printed copy of such Pro
clamation to be substantially in
words and figures following:
ISSUED BV TH1C BOARD OF
. SUPERVISORS WITHIN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF MAUI,
under and in pursuance of the
Provisions of Act 117, Session
Laws of 1913, of the Territory
of Hawaii, entitled "An Act to
Enable Any County, Or Citv
and County, to Issue Bonds;"
and calling for an election on
the question of the issuance by
said County of Maui of County
Bonds, in the aggregate sum of
585,000.00; such proposed Bonds
to draw interest at the rate of
five percent ru?r annum, interest
payable semi-annually, the term
thereof to be fifteen years, and
the proceeds thereof to be used
for the purposes hereinbelow, in
this Proclamation, specified.
Wiikkkas, .Section 5, ( f Act
117, ot the .Session Laws of 1913,
of the Territory of Hawaii, en
titled "An Act to Enable Any
County Or City and County to
Issue Bonds," provides that:
"SKCTIoN 5. When the board
of supervisors of any county shall
deem it advisable to issue bonds
under the powers granted by this
Act, it shall issue a proclamation
calling such election at least 60
days" before the date fixed therefor.
Such proclamation shall set forth
the amount, rate of interest, and
term of the proposed bond issue;
and also a detailed statement of the
uses to which it is proposed to put
the proceeds of such bonds, and
the dale of the election. A printed
copy of such proclamation shall be
posted 111 a conspicuous place in
each election precinct ot said
Wiikkkas, the Board of Super
visors Within and Fur the County
of Maui, deem it ;fclvisable that.
under the provisions of said Act
117, of the Session Laws of 1913.
of the Territory of Hawaii, bonds
of said County of Maui be issued
in the aggregate amount, at the
rale of interest, for the term, and
for the specific uses and purposes
enumerated and set forth in this
Now Tiikkkiokk, incompliance
with said law, and all other laws
authorizing them so to do, Pro
clamation is made and notice given
by the Board of Supervisors within
and for the County of Maui, Terri
tory of Hawaii, that at the general
election to be held throughout the
County of Maui, on Tuesday, the
3rd day ot November, 1914, be
tween the hours of eight o'clock
A. M. and five o'clock P. M., of
said day, the electors of the
County of Maui will be called upon
to, and may, vole, either for or
igainst the issuance, bv the County
of Maui, of County Bonds, in the
iggregate amount, at the rate of
interest, for the purposes herein
1 he amount of said bonds, in
the aggregate, shall be 585,000.00.
The rate of interest per annum
of said bonds shall be 5. Inter
est payable semi-annually.
1 he term of said bonds shall be
fifteen years; and
1 he proceeds derived from the
sale of said bonds shall be used
for the purposes, and in the pro
portions, named in the following
detailed statement, to wit:
1 . I m I- k o v K m K n T Makawao
Watkk Works, constructing
reservoir of not less than
6,000,000 gallons capacity near
Olinda, to be lined with
cement or some other water
proofing material at least
equally effective and perman
ent; with all necessary connec
tions; and placing the pipe
line from Olinda to Ulupala
kua below ground... 540, 000. 00
Impkovkmkxt ok Waii.iku
Watkk Works, for extension
of 6" pipe line from present
intake to new intake to be
built about 4800 feet further
up Iao Valley, where water is
free from danger of pollution;
and constructing a cement lined
reservoir where present pipe
crosses summit of sand hills
above Kahului, to hold not
less than 1 50,00i) gallons
3. Construction ok Rh-Iv-
kokckii Conckktk Bkihoks
o Tin: Main Bki.t Road in
thk IIana District
4. Co.VSTlU'CTION' OK Sl-CTIOX-
ok Bki.t Road From Kihki
T 11 roiu; 11 Waiohuli-Keokea
Homestead, road to be not less
than 14 feet wide and appro
ximately 5 miles long
Comi'lktion Bki.t Road
Kaici; to Kaiiakpi.oa Flat.
to be wagon road not less than
12 feet wide and approximate
ly one mile long 5 5,000.00
The precincts and polling places
srablished for County elections
shall constitute the precincts and
polling places for the fmegoiug
Done at Wailuku, County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, this
15th day of August. 1914.
1 he Board of Supervisors With
in and Por the Countv of M.mi.
Territory of Hawaii.
(Signed) By S. E. KALAMA.
Chairman and Executive Officer of
(Signed) WM. F. KAAE.
Clerk of the Board of Supervisors,
ltlnn and l or the County of
Maui. Territory of Hawaii.
Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 1915.