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TIIK MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, AUGUST 29, 1914
Sad Tale of
How Latiaina Chauffeur Made Mistake
' in Trying to Make Crooked Jockey
Be Honest Honesty Is a Good
Policy if You Work it Right.
Moral: Don't he a squealer,
s This is the lesson Ilayaftine,
Japanese auto driver of Lahaina,
h:is probably drawn from his expe
riences in attempting to bribe
jockeys during the past week. This
isn't the moral that District Magis
trate brown possibly thinks was
demonstrated, but then, opinions
differ. Here is the story.
A horse race was to be pulled off
last Sunday at Lahaina. A Korean
jockey named Koniz You Won
Clio was to ride a certain horse
owned by Gus Bcchert, which
seemed to be the general favorite.
Ilayafune made a business proposi
tion to the jockeywith-the-long-
name, and paid over $25 in cash to
bind the bargain. He then got
busy and laid out about $200 more
in bets against the Hechert horse, at
handsome odds, and then sat back
to watch things happen.
But as everybody ought to know,
there's no such thing as a sure
thing in a horse rr.ee. In this case,
the owner of the horse that was to
have been pulled, smelled some
thing he didn't like, and at the
last minute withdrew his entry.
Of course bets were off, but the
see why he should come back
with the $25 hadn't he stood
ready to do his part?
And then Ilayafune made his mis
take. Instead of keeping it a close
personal matter, he consulted the
deputy county attorney, and insti
tuted action for gross cheat. But
when Deputy Vincent got the pro
per lay of the land, he dropped the
gross cheat charge, and the jockey
and Ilayafune both found them
selves facing a conspiracy charge.
Attorney A. X. Hayselden was
called to the rescue, but the result
of the hearing on Thursday was a
plea of guilty by both defendants,
and a fine of $20 each. The jockey
has skipped to pastures new, and
Ilayafune is out of $45 instead of
$25, besides what his lawyercharg
ed him for advising him to plead
guilty. This last item, being pri
vate, can only be guessed at, and
your guess is as good as mine.
Beat Up The Objector
And Forfeited Bail
Kunashiro and Oshiro, two labor
ers in the camp at Keohua, took
umbrage when a fellow countryman
objected to their drunken revels,
last Saturday night, and, climbing
over a partition in the bunk bouse,
they severely beat up the would-be
slinnberer in his own bed.
When the case was called in the
district court on Wednesday, neither
defendant showed up, and Judge
McKay declared the 25 bail money
each had put up, forfeited.
The creation of the Kipahulu
forest reserve, the official notice of
which appears in this week's issue
of the M u i Nkw.s, is the last impor
tant forest reserve to be established
to complete the splendid system
planned by Forester Ilosmer when
he took up forestry work in the
Islands eleven years ago. The Ki
pahulu reserve comprises about
10,5'tt acres, of which 5000 is gov
.t the time set for the hearing
yk connection with the proposed
reserve, not a protest was
Run in This
New Lahaina Appoinfee Is Brother
of Paia Postmaster Arthur Waal,
Who Is Soon to Leave, Has Held
Place Since Before Annexation.
As told by the Wireless on last
Saturday, the name of Moses Keo
hokalole has been sent to the Se
nate by President Wilson, as nom
inee for the position of postmaster
at Lahaina. The nomination will
in all probability be confirmed by
the Senate within a few days.
The new Lahaina postmaster is
a brother of Morris K. Keohoka
lole, appointed a few months ago as
postmaster at Paia. He gets his
appointment through recommenda
tion of J. II. Wilson, democratic
conmitteeman. Considerable sur
prise was manifested generally in
Lahaina when the Wireless brought
the news, as Keohokalole's name
has not been generally known in
connection with the position.
Arthur Waal, the present post
master at Lahaina, has the dis
tinction of being the oldest federal
officer in point of service in the
Territory. lie was appointed post
master at Lahaina over 15 years
ago, by President Dole, of the
Hawaiian republic, and upon an
nexation he was reappointed, and
has held the place Without break
ever since. He is generally very
popular all through his district, and
much regret is expressed that the
political spoils system should be
the cause of his finally being forced
out of the position which he has so
creditably filled for so many years.
The salary of the Lahaina post
master is $1500 per year.-
Child Dies of Scarlet Fever.
After several weeks with a clean
bill of health, as far as quarantin
able diseases are concerned, Maui
again has a number of cases of
diphtheria and scarlet fever to
worry about. The scarlet fever
originated in Camp 6, Puunene,
and a Japanese infant died of
the disease yesterday morning in
the Yamashiro hospital, to which
place it had been removed some
days before. One other case is un
der quarantine. Health Inspector
Osmer reports three cases of diph
theria at Kahului and two at Puu
nene at the present time.
Service For Students.
A cordial invitation is extended
to the young people of Wailuku,
who graduated last year from
school, and those who will soon be
attending school again, to be pres
ent at n service tomorrow evening,
at the Wailuku Union Church, es
pecially for those in school and
college. There will be special
music for the occasion.
At the Sunday School of the
Wailuku Union Church, at quarter
to ten, tomorrow morning, a bap
tism service will be held at which
the babies of Mr. and Mrs. W.
Leslie West, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
Crawford, Rev. and Mrs. Rowland
B. Dodge will be baptized. Rev.
A. Craig Bowdish will assist Mr.
Dodge in the ceremony.
Defender Makes Good Trip
The American schooner Defender
arrived at liana Wednesday morn
ing, li) days out from San Francisco.
Shu carried a cargo of general mer
chandise for the Kaeleku Sugar
Company and liana store, and is
now takir.g on about TOO tons of
sugar for the Coast refinery. She
expects to get away next Tuesday or
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRI
Notice in hereby given that in ac
cordance with the terms of Act 1-"1
of the Session Laws of 191!'., a Pri
mary Election for the purpose of
making nominations for a Delegate
to the I louse of Representatives of
the I mted States and for Senator
mid Representatives of the Legisla
ture of the Territory of Hawaii, and
also for City and County olliees
within the Citv and County of Ho
nolulu, as more paiticularl.v herein
after set forth, will lie In Id on Sat
urday, the 12th day of September,
A. D. 191 1, throughout the Terri
tory, between the hours of So clock,
A. M., and " o'clock, P. M.
The several Senatorial Districts
anl the number of candidates for
Senator to be nominated by each
political party are as follows:
Skcond DisTHitT Islandsof Maui,
Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe - -One.
The several Representative DUtri
cts and the number of candidates
for Representative; to be nominated
by each political party areas follows:
The Representative districts, pre
cincts and polling places are as fol
lows: THIRD REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT SECOND SENA
The Islands of Maui, Molokai, La
nai and Kahoolawe, constituting
the Counties of Maui and Kalawao.
Finsr PiiKdNri The Island of
Lanai. Polling place, Kahalcpala'oa
SiccoMi Pkki i.nci The portion of
Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, northeasterly of the north
boundary of llonokawai. Polling
place, llonolua Ranch Store, Hono
kohua. Tiiinn Piikuxct The portion of
Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, between the second precinct
and the north boundary of ( )!owalu.
Polling place, Lahaina courthouse,
l-oriern Piskcinct The remainder
of Lahaina District. Polling place,
Fifth Pkixt.mt The portion of
Wailuku District south of Waiehu
ind west of a line from the mouth
of the Wailuku stream along the
sand hills to the sea at Maalaca
Bay. Polling place, Wailuku court
Sixth Pkf.cixct The portion of
Wailuku District north of the south
boundary of Waiehu Polling place,.
Skvf.nth PiiF.ciMT The portion
of Waiiuku District between the
fifth precinct and the Makawao Dis
trict. Polling place, Puunene school-
K i ; 1 1 T P 1 i F.i I x ci Abolished.
iS'i.vrn PinxiMT Honuaula and
the Island of Kahoolawe. Polling
place, Honuaula courthouse.
Ikxth PiifcInct Ihe portion of
Makawao District between theninth
precinct and the lied of Waieli gulch.
Polling place, Keokea schoolhouse.
Ei.KVK.vru PitKi i.Ni t The portion
of Makawao District between the
tenth precinct and the bed of Hale
haku gulch ami southeast of a line
along the old llamaiuia ditch from
the bed of llalehaku gulch to the
bed of Maliko gulch, thence along
the bed of Maliko gulch to the new
llamakua ditch, and thence along
the new llamakua ditch and the
boundary of Wailuku District to the
boundary of the tenth precinct. Foi
ling place, Makawao schoolhouse.
Twf.i.tii i: i.n t -The portion
of Makawao District north and west
of the eleventh precinct and the bed
of llalehaku gulch. Polling place,
TiiiiMFFNTH PiiKriNcr The por
tion of Makawao District east of the
tied of llalehaku gulch. Pulling
place, Iluelo schoolhouse.
Fol'KTi: F.XTH P K F. I X C I The
portion of liana District northwest
of the Kaupaula stream. Polling
place, Keanae schoolhouse.
Fiftf.f.xth Pi:i:riN( T The portion
of liana District between the four
teenth precinct and the Hana-Koo-lau
boundary. Polling place, Xa
SixTKKx rii Piir.t ix T The port ion
of liana District between the fif
teenth precinct and Kipahulu. Rol
ling place, Dana courthouse.
Skvkxtkfxth I'liKclxcT Kipahu
lu. Polling place, Kipahulu court
house. KloiI'l'F.EXTii Piiix ixc'r The re
mainder of Ilaua District, including
Kaupo and Kahikinui. Polling
place, Kaupo schoolhouse.
X in i;ti:f.nth P i: k c l 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 llalawa and
the top of the ridge between Wailau
and llalawa. Rolling place, llala
J Tu i i n 1 1! I'ki i ;Ner -The por-
tion of the Maud of Molokai bound
id on the east by the nineteenth
jpnciiict and on the west by the cist
j boundary of Kawela and the Kala
wao Dbtrict. Polling place, Pukoo
Twi:m'v-1'ih-t pu-nxcr The re-
i lnani'U r of the Island of Molokai
excepting the Kalawao District.
Polling place, Knunakakai school
house. Twf.nty Ski osii Pi!i:c;N' T The
Kalawao District. Polling place,
IX TESTIMONY WIIL'RL'OF, I
have hereunto set. my hand and
caused the (Ireat Seal of the Terri
tory of Hawaii to he all'iNed.
D NE at the Capitol in Hono
lulu, this oth dav of August, A. D.
WADE WARRFX THAYER,
Secretary of Hawaii.
IIOOLAHA KOHO I'.ALOTA
Mi. keia kc hoolahaia aku nci i kulike
ai me na lioakaka o ke Kaiiawai 151 o na
Kanawai Kan o 1913, lie Koho Halota
Wiie Moho 110 ka wae moho ana i Klele i
ka II. ilc 11 na Lunamakaaiua o Amerika
Huipuia a i Seuatoa me na Liinaiuaka
aiu.ina no ka Ohuolelolo ke Tcritore o
Hawaii, e like me ia i lioike maopopoia
muhope- iho nci, ke malamaia ana ipa ka
I'oriono, la 1 2 of Scpatemaha, M. H. 191),
b puiii ks Lcrilore, niawaeua o na hora S
o ke kakahiaka o me ka hora 5 o ka
un ini la.
NA A PAN" A SI-NATOA.
na Annua Seuatoa tin; ka heluna o
11a mono Seuatoa e waeia e keia me keia
aoao kalaiaina e kulike no ia me keia
maheipe ilio nei:
AI'AN'A V.X Na Mokupuni o Maui,
Molokai, Lanai me Kahoolawe, - hoo-
NA A PAN A I . t ' N A M A K A A I N A N A (
O nil Apana LiMiamakaaiiiana me kn
hcluua n na muho Lunamakaainuiia e
Waeia ai c keia a nie keia aoao kalaaina,
e kulike no ia me keia mahope ino nci:
Al'ANA I.KOLP Homo.
() 11:1 apana I.tiuamakaainaua, 11a 111a-
hele koho a me na walii koho e kulike
no ia me keia mahope iho nci.
APANA I . U N A M A K A A I V A N A KKOI.U
Al'ANA SIvNALOA KLUA.
Na Mokupuni o Maui, Molokai, Lanai
me Kahoolawe, a oia no hoi ke Kalana o
Maui me Kalawao.
Maiiki.K Kkaiii Ka Mokupuni o La
nai, Wahi koho, haleukana ma Kahale
palaoa. Maiiki.K Ki.r.v Keia mahele o ka
Apana o Lliuiua ma ka Mokupuni o
Maui, ma ka aoao akau liikina o ka pa
tella a (Tail o llonokawai. Wahi koho,
Halekuai, Honolua Ranch, Honokahua.
Maiiki.K Kkoi.c Keia mahele o kit
Apana o Lahaina nia ka Mokupuni o
Maui, mawacna o ka mahele clua me ka
palena akau o Olowalu. Wahi koho,
II lie Ilookolokolo o Lahaina.
Mauki.k 1 u a Ke koeiiii iho o ka
Apaua 0 Lahaina. Wahi koho, Ilale
kula o Olowalu.
Maiiki.K Ki.ima Ka niahele: o ka
Apana o Wailuku ma ka aoao In ula 0 ka
palena a Waiehu o komuhana hoi o keka
hi lai-aa mai ka ualia m.ii o ka muliwai
o Wailuku a liolo 111:1 ka laiua o na puu
one a hiki i ke kai ma ke awa o Maalaca.
Wahi koho Hale Ilookolokolo o Wai
luku. Maui i.i; Kono Ka mahele o ka Apa
na o Wailuku ma ka akau o ka palena
heuia o Waiehu. Wahi koho, Halckula
Mmiki.k ICh i Kl" Ka mahele o . ka
Apana o Wailuku liiawacna o ka mahele
cliina me kaApana o Makawao. Wahi
koho, Halckula o I'uunciie.
Maiiki.K I'.wai.i; Il.iopauia.
Maih-i.i: Kiwa Honuaula me ka Mo
kupuni o Kahoolawe, Wahi koho, Hale
Ilookolokolo o Honuaula.
Maii KM-: L'mi Ka mahele o ka Apana
o Makawao mawacna o ka mahele ciwa
me ke awawa o Waieli. Wahi koho, Ha
lckula o Keokea.
M.MIKCK r.MIKt'MAMAKAlII K.l lliallcle
o k:i Apana o Makawao ni.iwaena o ka
mahele umi me ke kahawai o llalehaku
hema hikiu.i hoi o kckahi laiua m i ka
auwai kahiko o II iniakna mai ka kaiia
wai mai o llalehaku a hiki i ke kahawai
o Maliko a liiiilaila liolo 111a ke awawa o
Maliko a hiki i ka auwai holt o llama
kua, alaila, liolo nut ka auwai I1..11 o
llamakua a me ka palena o ka Apana o
Wailuku a hiki i ka p.ilcna o ka mahele
unii. Wahi koho, Halckula o Makawao.
Maiiki.K I'.miki'Mam 11,1.1 K.i mahele
o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka akau ko
tnohana no hoi o ka liiahck umiUuniania
kahi me ke kahawai o llalehaku. Wahi
koho, Halckula o Hainaku.ipoko.
Maiiki.K I'm i ki m ii koi.i; Ka ma
hele o ka Apaua o M ikaw ao ill a ka liiki
na o ke kahawai o llalehaku. Wahi koho,
Halckula o Hu lo,
Mauki.k I'.miki mam ii K i mahele
o ka Apaua o liana ma ka akau komu
hana o ke kahawai o Kaupaula, Wahi
koho, Halckula o Keanae.
Mauki.k I'.miki m vm m.ima K 1 ma
IkIc o ka Ap.ma o Han a 111. iw. una o ka
mahele umikumauiaba me ka palcua o
liana me Koo lau. Wahi koho, Hale
I kula o Nahikn.
I Mauki.k I'miki m maono Ka malic
j le 0 ka Ap.ini o Italia inawaena oka
mahele umikuinamalima me Kipahulu.
Wahi koho, I lalchookolokolo o liana.
M UIII.K I'MIKCMAM AUIKI Ki'illui.
!u. Wahi koho, Halchookoli kolo o
Mmiki.k I'mikimam xwai.v Ke knc-.
na ilk 11 o ka Apana o liana, hui pu ruiii
ia Kaupo nie Kahikinui. Wahi koho,
Halckula o Kaupo.
Mmiki.k I'miki mamaiu a Ka mahe
le o ka Mokupuni o Molokai akau o kc
kahi laiua e liolo ana mawacna o ka
papaku o kc kahawai o llonouliwai, ka
palena hema o llalawa a nie ka hokua
kc kuahiwi pale ia Wailau me Haiawa.
Wahi koho, Halckula o Haiawa.
1 l!Kl.' Iwakai.i a Ka niahelc o ka
Mokupuni o Molokai i apoia ma ka hiki
11:1 o ka iiialiclc umikumamaiwa, a 111.1
ka komohaua o ka palena hikina o
Kawela a me ka Apaua o Kalawao.
Wahi koho, Halchookotok.ilo o I'ukoo.
AI AIIKI.K Iw-AKAI.IAKIM AM AK AIM
Ke koena o ka Mokupuni o Molokai a
koe aku ka Apaua o Kalawao. Wahi
koho, Halckula o Kaunakakai.
Mauki.k Iwak ai.iakim am a i.i a
Apana o Kalawao. Wahi koho, Hale
kuai o Kalaupapa.
I HOIKIv NO Kl-IA, uakan iho an i
ko'u lima a ua hoopili pu hoi i ka Sila
Nui o ke Tcritore o Hawaii.
IIANA1A ma ke Kapitola ma Hono
lulu, i keiii la 5 o Augate, M. II. 10.14.
WAUK WAKR1-N THAVI-K,
Kakauolelo o ke Tcritore.
Wailuku. Maui, T. II., August
Rksoi.ition: Xo. 232.
Presented by R. A. Dki'mmox'd,
Seconded by Ciias. Laki-,
Bk It Ri:s(ii.vi:d by the Board
of Supervisors of the County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, that
Wiikkkas, the Board of Super
visors Within and For the County
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 $85,000.00 to draw interest at
the rate of five percent per annum,
interest payaple semi-annually, the
term thereof to be fifteen years,
and the proceeds thereof to be
used for the purposes hereinbelow,
in this Resolution specified:
Hi-: It Ttii-ki-i-ukj- Ri:soi.vi:i by
the Board of Supervisors Within
and For the County of Maui, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, that, under the
Provisions of said Act 117, of the
Session Laws of 1913, entitled
"An Act to Enable Any County Or
City and County to Issue Bonds,"
and all other laws enabling said
Board so to do, Proclamation be
made and notice given, and such
Proclamation is made and notice
given, that, at the (leneral Flection
lo be held throughout the County
of Maui (and Territorv) on Tues
day, the third day of November,
1914' between the hours of eight
o'clock A. M., and live o'clock
P. M., of said day, the Electors
(voters) of the County of Maui
u'illjie called upon to, and may,
vote 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 SS5,
000.00. THE RATIC of interest per an
num of said bonds shall be five
THE TERM of said bonds shall
be fifteen years.
Bk It I-Ykthkk Rksm.vi:i that
a printed copy of said Proclama
tion, in 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 M.UI Ni.ws, and
the Weekly Times, of Wailuku,
Maui, and in the Hawaiian lan
guage in the N u p e p a K u o k o a,
of the City and County of Hono
lulu; the printed copy of suci'i Pro
clamation to be substantially in
words and figures following:
ISSUED BY THE BOARD OF
SUPERVISORS WITHIN AND
FOR THE COUNTY OF MA UI,
under and in pursuance of the
Provisions of Act 117, Session
Laws of 1913, of the Ten it- ry
of Ibiwaii, 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 Countv of Maui of Colli', tv
Bonds, in the aggregate sum of
SS5, II0II. Oil; such proposed Bo ids
to draw interest at the late- ai
five percent per annum, interest
payable semi-annually, the term
thereof to bo fifteen years, and
the proceeds thereof to be used
for the purposes hereinbelow, in
this Proclamation, specified.
Wiikkkas, Section 5, ( f Act
1 1 7, of the Session Laws of l'13,
of the Ten itoi y of llaw'aii, en
titled "An Act to Enable Any
County Or City and County to
Issue Bonds." piovidts that:
"Si:cth 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 (0
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 rf the
uses to which it is proposed to put
the proceeds of such bunds, and
the date of the election. A printed
copy of such proclamation shall be
posted in a conspicuous place in
each election precinct of said
WiiKK-KAS, the Board of Super
visors WTthiti and For the County
of Maui, deem it advisable that,
under the piovisious of said Act
117, of the Session Laws of 1V13,
of the Ten itoi y of Haw:iii, botids
of said County of Maui be issued
in the aggregate amount, at the
rate of interest, for the term, and
for the specific uses and purposes
enumerated and set forth in this
Now Tiikri :i ( iki:, incompliance
with said law, and all ether laws
authorizing thein so to do, Pro
clamation is made and notice given
by the Board of Supervisors within
and for the- County of Maui, Terii
lory of Hawaii, that at the general
election to be held throughout the
County of Maui, on Tuesday, the
3rel day of November, 1914, be
tween the hours of eight o'clock
A. M. and live o'clock P. M., of
said day, the electors of the
County of Maui will be called upon
to, and may, vote, either for or
against the issuance, by the County
of Maui, of County Bonds, in the
aggregate amount, at the rate of
interest, for the purposes heiein
The amount of saiil bonds, in
the aggregate, shall be $S5,00.00.
The rate of interest per annum
of saiel boiuls shall be 5',t . Inter
est payable semi-annually.
i he term of said bonds shall be
fifteen years; and
The 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- it o v i- m i: n t Makawao
Wati;k Wok ics, constructing
reservoir of not less than
6,000,U(iii gallons capacity near
Oliuda, 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 Oliuda to Ulupala
kua below ground. ..540,000.00 .
2. Imi'kovk.mknt ok Waii.ikc
Watkk Wokks, for extension
of .o" pipe line from present
intake te new intake to be
built about isiio feet further
up lao 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 15o,o00 gallons
3. C o n s r k c c ti (i n in Ri:-In-
KORC'KII CiiNCKKTU BfMlxlKS
on Tin: Main Bki.t Ro.i in
Till: II ANA DlS'l'KICT
4. CoNSTklc'TION oi SlX'TION
ok Bki.t Road From Kiiiki
T 11 nun; ii Waiediuli Keokea
Honieslead, road to be not lcs?
than 11 feet wide anel appro
ximately 5 miles long
5. CoMi'i.KTio.N Bki.t Rou
Kamm-: 'id K ah i.oa Flat,
to be wagon road not less than
12 feet wide ami a (proximate
ly one mile long 5,0O0.00
Total 5S5,ooo. no
'l.e ptecine-ts ami polling places
establisheel for County elections
shall constitute the precincts and
polling places for the foregoing
Done at Wailuku. County of
Maui, Territory of Hawaii, this
15th day of August. 191 I.
The Board of Supe-i v igors With
in and For the County of Maui,
Territorv of Hawaii.
(Signed) By S. E. KALAMA.
Chairman and Executive Olfnvr of
(Signed) WM. F. KAAE,
Clerk of the Board of Supervisois,
Within and For the County of
I Maui, Teiiitory of Hawaii.
'Aug. 22, 29, Sept. 5, 1915.