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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, APRIL 17, 1915.
! OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES !
A Good Idea.
There Is a proposition In the air
that a bill be enacted by the legisla
ture making It compulpory for nil
thote electors who do not vote nt iin
election, to register again, or else be
barred from voting at future f lertlons.
The Idea is to impress upon the mlr.ds
of the careless ones that the fran
chise is a valuable mntter and that
If a man, who is in the district at the
time of an election, does not take the
trouble to vote, his name is to be re
moved. He will not be able to vote
again until he registers anew. The
proposition is a novel one, but it
teems to have good behind it. There
were many voters who did not rote
at the last couple of elections. Maybe
it would be as well to wipe these
"born tired" Individuals off the regis
ter. That, might wake them up a lit
tle, especially if a list of the names of
those wlio did not take the trouble to
vole were published In the local news
papers. Hawaii Herald.
If you or any of your friends hire
Ideas which, if successfully worked
nut, may benefit Honolulu and the ter
ritory and its people, won't you please
jot them down and then till the sec
cretary about them so they can be
brought before the chamber. You
know the Chamber of Commerce is a
clearing house for the exchange of
ideas. It is possible some of the mem
bers may not think as you think, but
then a thorough discussion of your
theories may bring them about to
your way of thinking. No one can
stand out against right. Let's pull
together. The world continues to
move and the best way to move with
It Is to work in concert with one pur
pose and with one aim. Chamber of
Mr. H. P. Wood has unquestionably
been a hard worker for the cause of
tourist promotion, and his departure
from direction of the executive busi
ness of the committee will be regret
ted. However, faithful his work may
have been in the past, it must be ad
mitted that the effectiveness of the
endeavors of the committee has been
steadily on the decline; and there are
those who have felt (and feel) that
younger blood at the helm might re
sult in a considerable improvement.
The Bill Introduced in the Legisla
ture providing for the appointment of
an expert to devise primers and read
ers suitable for the public schools of
Hawaii is a good measure. The
primers and readers available, and at
present in use, were designed for cold
countries and are inapplicable to the
needs of school rooms in the Tropics.
The creation of special sets of prim
ers and readers will involve consid
erable expense, but we regard the ob
ject as worth the price. Garden Is
Chairman Gary, of the Sled Trupt,
Is coming to Hawaii. The Honolulu
Iron Works would better "dig in."
Kauai must hanker for a 120,000
probe, judging from the charges
against her Sheriff and County Attor
ney, in the Garden Island.
Hawaii County is doing a clever
stunt of jlujitsu in the legislature
asking lo be excused for running up a
debt of $25,000 in flat violation of the
law, on (lie ground that she had to pay
$20,000 probe expenses, not a cent of
which has been paid.
Metzgor's bill to reorganize Hawaii
County into seven districts is meeting
strong opposition from Hawaii's poli
ticians. It doesn't matter a gnat's
egg what, way Hawaii County Is reor
ganized, so long as the same bunQh of
ofliceholders, backed by the same
tnrc-patch constituency, rule, it will
be in a chronic state of bankruptcy;
and the only salvation from the brand
( rnmcntFilvlov shrdlu nun unun unn
of voters who like that sort of thing
is commission, or federal government.
8 " '
Any charity that has to expend
$7,484 in order to distribute $5,100 cer
tainly deserves the suppott of the en
tire community. Such an association
is a decided promotion asset and
searchers after the quaint and curious
would be certain to visit these shores
In numbers, were its existence well
advertised. The Associated Charities,
as conducted at present, ranks with
the Harking Sands and the Honorable
David M. Kupihea as one of the wond
ers of these sun-kissed islands. Tro
i in -
Good Gas Supply.
Kihei wharf needs a gas buoy to
make it a safe landing at night. Con
nections might be made with the mem
bers who introduced the 250 bills in
tlve legislature. Kohala Midget.
Mr. Richard Ivers, of Brewer & Co.,
thinks the small farmers have no com
plaints and that the present adminis
trations has stirred up 'sheol' with its
investigations. What we strongly sus
pect is that Gamalielson, Curtis, et al,
are concealing in Paris large hoards
of gold which they have salted down,
"off" the poor sugar agents like
Brewer and Co., for whose benefit the
hat should be passed. Kohala Mid
get. n xt
Prompted doubtless by the aggres
sive work of the late grand jury, we
understand that a bill is being intro
duced into the legislature making min
isters ineligible for service on the
grand jury. We would suggest that
they go farther and specify that none
but criminals, lunatics and escaped
jail-birds be eligible. Garden Island.
No one can blame Secretary Wood
for resigning in the face of the In
ternal attacks upon him by members
of the Hawaii Promotion Committee.
If the committee gives its apparent
sanction to these attacks, Mr. Wood's
position becomes intolerable Star
Bulletin. There doesn't seem to be much hvc
that the mainland newspaper corres
pondents will be brought here with
the congressional party. The tierf e
killed the house bill making a special
appropriation and there has been such
a long delay in the naming of the
senate entertainment committee that
little chance remains for making an
arrangement to defray the expenses of
the newspapermen out of the general
lund for the entertainment of the
party. It's too bad but such is .he
result of needless delay Star-Bui
KANAKAL1ILII In Honolulu, April
15, 1915, Mrs. Keliokohine K. P. Ka
nakaliilii, of 1565 Pensacola street,
corner of Wilder avenue, a native of
Oahu, aged sixty-nine years.
WAI In Honolulu, April 11, Kam
Wai, widower, caretarker of the Ma
noa Cuinese cemetery, a native of
China, aged sixty-five yeais.
KAWAIHOA In Honolulu, April 10,
1915, Samuel Kawaihoa, a native of
Honolulu, aged thirty-three years,
KAILIULI In Puuloa, Oahu, Apri: 8.
1915, "Cowboy" Kailiuli, a native of
Hawaii, aged eighty-two ytars.
KUNANE In Kohala Hawaii, April
5, 1915, Charles K. Kunane, deputy
sheriff of North Kohala, a native
of that district, aged forty-seven
MOTTA In Honolulu, April 9, 1915,
Leandro Motta, married, a native of
Spain, aged twenty-eight years.
UU In Honolulu April 9, 1915, Kane
Uu, a native of Hawaii, aged sixty
CORBETT In Middletown, N. Y.,
April 9, 1915, Mrs. D. W. Corbet t, a
native of Honolulu, aged forty-three
years, sister of Albert Waterhouse
and Mrs. A. B. Wood of Honolulu.
CRANE In Los Angeles, California,
March 26, 1915, Rev. David W.
Crane, aged fifty-five years, former
ly a resident of Honolulu and pastor
of the Methodist Church.
HIMEONI In Honolulu, April 3, 191...
Peter Himeoni, of 131 Oahu lane,
Waikikl, single, aged twenty years,
a native of Molokai.
MAALEA In Honolulu, April 6, 1915,
George Maalea, aged thirty years, a
native of Halawa, Molokai.
ANDRADE In Honolulu, April 5,
1915, Mary, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Joseph Andrado of Lower Ma
noa, aged fourteen years.
KEKAHUNA In Honolulu, April 5.
1915, Kuookalani K. Kekahuna ol
Queen St., aged forty-Eevcn yea's,
a native of Keanae, Maul
Mrs. Bacon I see that nearly four
hundred women applied for patents in
jungiana last year.
Mr. Bacon Why, I didn't know
there could be as many devices for
keeping husbands home nights as
A. I A.
Those Who Travel
Industry is the mother of success
Luck Is merely a distant relation.
Per str. Mauna Kea, April 14. D.
Leith, W. L. Barrios, C. L. Weight,
E. V. Dunn and wife, Mrs. Voss, Miss
Smith, S. Kalama, J. Morris.
Per str. Mikahala, April 13. L. Gay,
D. Fleming, Master Vammatta, Mrs.
J. W. Vammatta and infant, James
Munro and wife.
Per str. Claudine, April 13. H. W.
Rice and wife, Mrs. John Chalmers,
Miss II. Collins, L. M. Flshel, L. Quon
son. E. Anderson, H. Jones, S. Her-
ridge, H. Florence, W. S. Palmer, W.
T. Greig, wife and infant; Miss Alice
Heater, Miss A. Streubeck, H. Haro
da, Miss Annie Rouse, Fong Sing,
Per str. Claudine, April 10. Mr
and Mrs. H. A. Baldwin, H. B. Penhal-
low, J. P. Cockett, Manuel Alexander,
wife and infant, Frank Alexander,
D. Chandler, N. Krueger, Miss Alice
K. West, Mrs. S. Noda, Peter Ohrt.
Per str. Mauna Kea, April 9. G.
Edwards, W. Johnston, Tony Tavares
. F. Tavares, Mr. and Mrs. V. u,
Burnham. R. Irwin. Mrs. J. L. Osmers
Miss Osmers, Miss McDonald, II. L.
Halsey, Chuck Hoy, C. C. Bititng.
Per str. Claudine, April 9. Miss L.
Whitford, George A. McEldowney,
Mrs. McEldowney, A. G. Dickens, R.
J. Blake, M. Basker, T. Y. Awana, M.
S. Jardin, Miss Fernandez, L. S. Ko-
bayashl, G. K. Larrison, Miss G. Ben
nett. J. M. Dowsett, T. Akl, A. J
Wurtz, Miss Wurtz, Miss May Lucas,
Miss M. Shaw, Moses Keawe, Mrs. Ke-
awe, B. L. Reise, S. E. Kalama, L. C.
Cain, Mr. Hughes, Mrs. W. Pieper.
Per str. Mikahala, April 11. Law
rence Gay, Aug. Reimann, James Mun
ro, R. Meyer and son, H. iiager
'Trofessor!" said Miss Skylight, "I
want you to suggest a course in life
for me. I have though or journal
"What are your inclinations?"
"Oh, my soul yearns and throbB and
pulsates with an ambition to give the
world a life work that snail ue mar
velous in its scope and weirdly en
trancing In the vastness of its struc
tural beauty "
"Woman, you're born to be a mil
The average man likes to work his
wife s relations.
WAILUKU, MAUI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, APRIL 7, 1915.
RESOLUTION NO. 303.
Presented by THEO. T. MEYER, Supervisor.
Seconded by CHAS. LAKE, Supervisors.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Supervisors of the County of Maul,
Territory of Hawaii, that,
WHEREAS, Section 1537, of the Revised Laws of Hawaii, of 1915, as
amended by the provisions of Act 37, of the Session Laws of 1915, entitled:
An Act to Enable the Board of Supervisors of the County of Maul to issue
a Proclamation concerning the County Election in said County, twenty days
before Tuesday, May 4, 1915," authorizes, empowers and directs this Board
to issue, at least twenty days prior to said Tuesday, the 4th day of May, 1915,
a proclamation of and concerning the General Election of officers of the
County of Maul to be held on said 4th day of May, 1915, and to transmit copies
of said proclamation to the several Boards of Inspectors throughout the
County of Maui, and cause such proclamation to be posted in the manner
required by law.
NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance with the provisions of law herein
above referred to, and of all other laws enabling this Board so to do, the
Board of Supervisors of the County of Maul does hereby issue the proclama
tion hereinbelow set forth; and does give notice that an election of County
officers for the County of Maul will be held on
TUESDAY, THE FOURTH DAY OF MAY, 1915,
between the hours of eight o'clock A. M. and five o'clock P. M., at each poll
ing place in the several precincts in each District throughout the County of
Maul, as by law required.
The various County officers to be elected at said General Election are:
A BOARD OF SUPERVISORS consisting of five member; all of whom
are to be elected at large from among those who have been qualified electors
of the County of Maui for at least one year prior to their election; four of
aid five member to be elected as member only, and the fifth to be elected
as Chairman and Executive Officer of ald Board; all of said member to hold
office for the term of two years.
A COUNTY SHERIFF,
COUNTY AUDITOR, and
Eeach of whom Is to be elected by the duly qualified elecotrs of the
County of Maui.
THE DISTRICTS, PRECINCTS AND POLLING PLACES IN 8AID COUNTY
ARE AS FOLLOWS:
COUNTY OF MAUI.
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT The Islands of Maul, Molokai,
Lanal and Kahoolawe. "
FIRST PRECINCT The Island of Lanal. Polling place, Kahalepalaoa
SECOND PRECINCT The portion of Lahaina District on the Island of
Maul, northeasterly of the north boundary of Honokowal. Polling place, Ho
nolua Ranch Store, Honokahua.
THIRD PRECINCT The portion of Lahaina District of Maui between
the second precinct and the north boundary of Olowalu. Polling place, La
haina Court House.
FOURTH PRECINCT The remainder of Lahaina District Polling place,
Olowalu School House.
FIFTH PRECINCT The portion of Wailuku District south of Walehu
and west of a line from the mouth of the Wailuku Stream along the sand
hills to the sea at Maalaea Bay. Polling place, Wailuku Court House.
SIXTH PRECINCT The portion of the Wailuku District north of the
south boundary of Walehu. Polling place, Waihee School House.
SEVENTH PRECINCT The portion of the Wailuku District between
the fifth precinct and Makawao District. Polling place, Puunene School
EIGHTH PRECINCT The portion of Makawao District bounded as fol
lows: On the west by the east ridge of the Mallko Gulch; on the north by
the sea; and the east by the west edge of the Halehaku Gulch; and on
the south by a line long the Makawao-Huelo Road to its junction with the
new Hamakua Ditch in the bottom of the Huluhulu-nul or Kaupakulua Gulch,
thence along the new Hamakua Ditch to the east edge of the Mallko Gulch.
Polling place, Kulaha School House.
NINTH PRECINCT Honuaula and the Island of Kahoolawe. Polling
place, Honuaula Court House.
TENTH PRECINCT The portion of Makawao District between the ninth
precinct and the bed of Waleli Gulch. Polling place, Keokea School House.
ELEVENTH PRECINCT The portion of Makawao District bounded as
follows: On the west and north by the Wailuku District and the new
Hamakua Ditch to its junction with the Makawao-Huelo Road in the bottom
of the Huluhulu-nul or Kaupakulua Gulch, thence along said road to the
Halehaku Gulch; on the East by the west edge of Halehaku Gulch, and on
the south by the tenth precinct. Polling place, Makawao School House.
TWENFTH PRECINCT The portion of Makawao District north of the
eleventh precinct south of the sea and between the east edge of the Mallko
Gulch and the boundary of Wailuku District Polling place, Paia School
THIRTEENTH PRECINCT The portion of Makawao District east cf the
bed of Halehaku Gulch. Polling place, Huelo School House.
FOURTEENTH PRECINCT The portion of Hana District northwest of
the Kapaula Stream. Polling place, Keanae School House.
FIFTEENTH PRECINCT The portion of Hana District between the foil'
teenth precinct and the Koolau-Hana boundary. Polling place, Nahlku School
SIXTEENTH PRECINCT The portion of Hana District between the flf
teenth precinct and Kipahulu. Polling place, Hana Court House.
SEVENTEENTH PRECINCT Kipahulu. Polling place, Kipahulu Court
EIGHTEENTH PRECINCT The remainder of Hana District, including
Kaupo and Kahikinui. Polling place, Kaupo School House.
NINETEENTH PRECINCT The portion of the Island of Molokai north
of a line running along the bed of Honoullwal Gulch, the southern boundary
of Halawa and the top of the ridge between Wailau and Halawa. Polling
place, Halawa School House.
TWENTIETH PRECINCT The portion of the Island of Molokai bounded
on the east by the nineteenth precinct and on the west by the east touudaiy
of Kawela and the Kalawao District. Polling place, Pukoo Court House.
TWENTY-FIRST PRECINCT The remainder of the Island of Molokai
excepting the Kalawao District. Polling place, Kaunakakai School House.
The Clerk of this Board is directed to forthwith publish this proclama
tion, in both the English and Hawaiian languages in the ' Maul News" and
the "Weekly Times" for a period of four regular issues of each of said papers
Ayes: S. E. Kalama, J. H. Raymond, Chas. Lake, Theo. T. Meyer.
Absent: K. A. Drummond.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maui, Territory of Hawaii
Apr. 10, 17, 24, May 1.
WAILUKU, MAUI. TERITORE O HAWAII, APERILA 7, 1915.
OLELO HOOHOLO HELU 303.
Walhoia mat e THEO. T. MEYER, Lunaklal.
Kokua la e CHAS. LAKE, Lunaklal.
E HOOHOLOIA e ka Papa Lunaklal o ke Kalana o Maul, Teritore o
OIAI, ma ka Pauku 1537 o na Kanawal i Hooponoponola o Hawaii,
1915, e like meia 1 hoololila ma na olelo o ke Kanawai 37 o na Kanawal o
ke kau o 1915, i kapaia: "He Kanawal e haawi ana 1 ka mana I ka Papa
Lunaklal o ke Kalana o Maul e hoopuka he Kuahaua no ke koho balota iloko
o ua Kalana ala, iloko o ka manawa i eml ole malalo o iwakalua la mamua
o ka Poalua, Mel 4, 1915" e kauoha ana, e haawi ana i ka mana, a e kuhlkuhl
ana I keia Papa e hoopuka iloko o ka nuinawa i eml ole malalo o Iwakalua
la mamua lho o ua Poalua ala, ka la 4 o Mel, 1915, he Kuahaua no a e pill
ana i ke Koho Balota Laula ana 1 mau luna oihana no ke Kalana o Maul, e
malamala ma ua la 4 ala o Mel, 1915, a e hoouna ae 1 mau kope o ua kuahaua
ala i na Papa Nana Koho iloko o ke Kalana o Maui a e kau ia ua mau Kua
haua ala ma ke ano i kauohaia e ke Kanawal.
ANO, A NOLAILA, i kulike al me na olelo o ke Kanawal i hoikela ma-
tuna nel, a me na Kanawal e ae apau e haawi ana 1 ka mana i ka Papa e
hana pela, ke hoopuka nel ka Papa Lunaklal o ke Kalana o Maul ma keia
1 ke Kuahaua 1 hoikela malalo net; a ke hoolnha nel e malamala he koho ba
lota no ke koho ana i mau luna kalana no ke Kalana o Maul, a e malamala 1 ka
POALUA, KA LA 4 O M El, 1915,
mawaena o ka hora ewalu o ke kakahiakamil ame ka hora elima C ke ahlahl,
ma keia me keia wahl koho balota iloko o na mahele koho kaawale o keia
me keia Apana iloko o ke Kalana o Maui, elike me ka mea i koiia e ke Kena-wal.
Na Luna Kalana e kohoia ma ua Koho Balota Laula ala:
I PAPA LUNAKIAI o elima lala; a e kohoia lakou ma ke koho laula mat-
loko mal o ka poe kupono I ke koho balota iloko o ke Kalana o Maui no ka
manawa I emiole malalo o hookah! makahikl mamua o ko lakou kohoia ana;
eha o ua mau lala ala o elima e kohoia ma ke ano he lala wale no, a o ka
lima e kohoia 1 Lunahoomalu a Luna Hooko Kauoha no ua Papa ala; a o ua
mau lala ala e paa ma ka oihana no ka manawa o elua makahikl.
HE LUNA MAKAI NUI.
LUNAHOOIA O KE KALANA, ame
PUUKU O KE KALANA.
O keia me keia pakahl o lakou c kohoia mal loko ae o ka poe kupono 1 ke
koho balota o ke Kalana o Maui.
O NA APANA, NA MAHELE A ME NA WAHI KOHO ILOKO O KEIA KALA-
NA I OLELOIA E KULIKE NO IA ME KEIA MAHOPE IHO NEI:
KALANA O MAUI.
APANA LUNAMAKAAINANA EKOLU Na Mokupunl o Maul, Molokai,
Lanal a me Kahoolawe.
MAHELE EKAHI Ka Mokupunl o Lanai. Wahl koho, Haleukana ma
MAHELE ELUA Keia mahele o ka Apana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupunl
o Maul, ma ka aoao akau hikina o ka palcna akau o Honokawal. Wahl koho,
Halekuai Honolua Ranch, Honokahua.
MAHELE EKOLU Keia mahele o ka Apana o Lahaiita ma ka Mokupunl
o Maul, mawaena o ka mahele elua ma ka palena akau o Olowalu. Wahl koho,
Hale Hookolokolo o Lahaina.
MAHELE EHA Ka koena iho o ka Apana o Lahaina. Wahl koho, Hale-
kula o Olowalu.
MAHELE ELIMA Ka mahele o ka Apana o Wailuku ma ka aoao hema
ka palena o Walehu a komohana hoi o kekahl laina mal ka waha mal o ka
mullwal o Wailuku a holo mal ka laina o na puu one a hiki 1 ke kal ma ke
awa o Maalaea. Wahl koho, Hale Hookolokolo o Wailuku.
MAHELE EONO Ka mahele o ka Apana o Wailuku ma ka akau palena
hema o Walehu. Wahl koho, Halekula o Waihee.
MAHELE EHIKU Ka mahele o ka Apana b Wailuku mawaena o ka ma
hele elima me ka apana o Makawao. Wahl koho, Halekula o Puunene.
MAHELE EWALU Ka mahele o ka Apana o Makawao nona na palena
I kulike no ia me keia mahope lho nei: Ma ke komohana ke kae hikina o ke
Kahawal o Maliko, ma ka akau ke kal, ma ka hikina ke kae komohana o ke
Kahawal o Halehaku, a ma ka hema oia no kekahl laina e holo ana ma ke
alanul Makawao-Huelo a hikl 1 ka hui ana me ka auwai hou o Hamakua i ka
papaku a Huluhuluinui oia hoi ke kahawal o Kaupakulua, a mal lalla aku e
holo ana ma ka auwai hou o Hamakua a hiki i ka kae hikina o ke Kahawal
Maliko. Wahi koho, Halekula o Kuiaha.
MAHELE EIWA Honuaula me Ua Mokupunl o Kahoolawe. Wahl koho,
Hale Hookolokolo o Honuaula.
MAHELE UMI Ka mahele o ka Apana o Makawao mawaena o ka mahele
elwa ma ka owawa o Waieli. Wahi koho, Halekula o Keokea.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAKAHI Ka mahele o ka Apana o Makawao nona
na palena 1 kulike no ia me keia mahope iho nel: Ma ke komohana a me ka
akau, ka Apana o Wailuku a me ka auwi hou o Hamakua a hiki i ka hui ana
me ke Alanui Makawao-Huelo i ka papaku o Huluhulunul oia hoi ke kahawal
Kaupakulua, a mal laila aku ma ke alanui i oleloia a hiki 1 ke Kahawal o
Halehaku, a ma ka hema, ka hema ka mahele umi. Wahi koho, Halekula o
MAHELE UMIKUMAMALUA Ka mahele o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka
rkau o ka mahele umlkumamakahi, hema o ke kai a mawaena o ke kae hikina
ke Kahawal o Maliko a me ka palena o ka Apana o Wailuku. Wahl koho,
Halekula o Paia.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAKOLU Ka mahele o ka Apana o Makawao ma
ka hikina o ke Kahawal o Halehaku. Wahi koho, Halekula o Huelo.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAHA Ka mahele o ka Apana o Hana ma ka akau
komohana o ke Kahawal o Kaupaula. Wahi koho, Halekula o Keanae.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMALIMA Ka mahele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena
ka mahele umikumamaha me ka palena o Hana me Koolau. Wahl koho,
Halekula o Nahlku.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAONO Ka mahele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena
ka mahele umlkumamalima me Kipahulu. Wahi koho, Hale Hookolokolo
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAHIKU Kipahulu. Wahi koho, Hale Hookolo
kolo o Kipahulu.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAWALU Ke koena o ka Apana o Hana, hut pu
ana ia Kaupo me Kahikinui. Wahl koho, Halekula o Kaupo.
MAHELE UMIKU MAM AIWA Ka mahele o ka Mokupunl o Molokai akau
o kekahl laina e holo ana mawaena o ka papaku o ke Kahawal o Honoullwal,
ka palena hema o Halawa a me ka hokua o ke Kuahiwi pale ia Wailau me
Halawa. Wahi koho, Halekula o Halawa.
MAHELE IWAKALUA Ka mahele o ka Mokupunl i apoia ma ka hikina
o ka mahele umikumamaiwa a ma ke komohana o ka palena hikina o Ka
wela a me ka Apana o Kalawao. Wahi koho. Hale Hookolokolo o Pukoo.
MAHELE IWAKALUAKUMAMAKAHI Ke koena o ka mokupunl o Mo
lokai a koe aku ka Apana o Kalawao. Wahl koho, Halekula o Kaunakakai.
A ke kauohaia nei ke Kakauolelo o keia Papa e hoolaha koke i keia Kua
haua, ma ka olelo Berltania me ka olelo Hawaii, iloko o ka "Maui News
ame ka "Weekly Times" no ka wa he eha manawa puka o ua mau nupepa
Ae: S. E. Kalama, J. H. Raymond, Chas. Lake, Theo. T. Meyer. Aole
hiki mal: R. A. Drummond.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
Kakauolelo Kalana o ke Kalana o Maui, Teritore o Hawaii.
Apr. 10, 17, 24, May 1.
Wailuku, Maul, T. II.
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