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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, ArRIL 24, 1915.
I OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES !
How About Walluku?
Fire Chief Johnson points out that
there are now no fire laws In force In
the city of Hllo or county of Hawaii,
the former law on the subject having
been repealed. All we can say Is that
very grave responsibility repts upon
those who have failed to provide such
a law. A city with several theatres
and other places of public meeting,
with blocks of tenements, and mostly
consisting of wooden structures, runs
. terrible risks in getting along without
fire regulations. Hilo Tribuue.
Danger of Too Much Luau.
It would be a good idea for the is
lands to "get together" in a gastro
nomic program for the Congressional
visitors, to avoid repetitions. Mayor
Lane of Honolulu Is reported as plan
ning a big luau. We know of mem
bers of former parties of Congress
men who were nearly luaued to death.
A good first class luau will bo a fine
feature of their entertainment, wher
ever it Is given. But let us be care
ful that they don't have a luau In
every town. If Honolulu gives a luau
it will undoubtedly be a splendid one,
with nothing left out, and it will be
best tor Hilo to spread herself on
something else, possibly a first-class
American dinner or so, for when all
Is said and done we have seen some
down-Eastern friends arise from luaus
greatly delighted at the novelty of the
thing, but as regards food desirous of
uttering the cry that brought ever
lasting disgrace to Oliver Twist.
A Simple and Logical Solution.
The legislature is evincing a dispo
sition not to appropriate territorial
moneys for the federal experiment
station work. Probably it is because
the federal authorities did not fall in
readily with the plan for amalgama
tion of the territorial and U. S. ex
perimental branches here.
On the Other Islands
Two Sacriflcal Stones for Hilo Park.
Two sacriflcal stones soon will be
placed in the grounds of the Hllo pub
lic library. John Scott of Wainaku
has offered the stones, which have
lain on his land, to the citizens of
Hilo. It was thought at first that
there was only one stone, but old-time
Hawalians said there should be two,
and a search a few weeks ago located
the other. One weighs about ten tons,
it is estimated, and it Is believed to
be the one on which Kamehameha
sacrificed his rival monarcn from
Maul. It is proposed to write the his
tory of the two stones and print it
in pamphlet form.
Wants a Militia Company.
A petition of 72 citizens of Laupa-'
hoehoe, Hawaii, has sent to Governor
Pinkham asking that they be muster
ed in as a company of the Hawaiian
National Guard. This is seven more
than is necessary to form a full com
pany. The movement to form the
company has been largely carried
through by the efforts of A. L. Moses,
commonly known as the "Mayor" of
Held For Dynamite Outrage.
: The grand jury has been investigat
ing the placing of three sticks of giant
powder in a flume leading to Papaikou
mill about a week ago, at a time when
the mill was working and Manager
Moir was standing near. The package
of explosive was fished out by ine man
eUtloned at the cane carrier. If it
had gone into the mill it would prob
ably have wrecked it and caused the
death of Moir and others.
Antonio dela Crux Palai is in cus
tody on suspicion of placing the lew
der. He is a former laborer of the
plantation, who since suffering from a
rupture has been allowed a home and
$10 a month for food, and on the day
before the attempt asked Moir for
more. He was refused. Evidence con
nects him with the wrapper in which
the powder was enclosed.
Trent on Conservation Board.
Richard H. Trent was appointed by
the Governor as a member of the ter
ritorial conservation board, vice Dr.
E. V. Wilcox, resigned.
College Professors Coming.
Under the auspices of the Paradise
Tours a large party of professors
from eastern colleges is coming to
Hawaii about the middle of July and
will spend one month in the islands
studying Hawaiian geology and natu
Fatality Averted at Pit of Volcano.
An attempt to photograph Halemau
mau, the house of everlasting fire,
from a cradle swung over the pit
mouth narrowdly escaped ending yes
terday in the first fatality known at
the volcano. A cable was slung across
the pit and it was planned to slide
a noose down this loop in which
should be suspended a moving pic
ture operator. The cable broke, for
tunately before it was carrying any
living weight, and fell into the liquid
fire. At the brink of the crater stood
the thankful operator.
Carnival Lost Money.
The books of the Mid-Pacific Car
nival have been closed and President
E. H. Paris gave out a statement of
the Carnival rnmmlltw'B nffnirfi nn
prepared by the treasurer, Richard
L,ooKe. 'lotai income for the year was
$14,604; outlay was $20,519.95. deficit
Says Explosion Killed F4 Crew.
A Washington dispatch says: Under
uaie v April 9, Rear-Admiral C. B. T.
The reasons is not sufficient to
cause the territory o withdraw its
support of the federal work. Such a
withdrawal would be unfortunate
from every standpoint. If the legis
lature wishes to keep part-control
over the funds, there is a very rlrople
solution appropriate the money for
experimental work to be done through
the College of Hawaii in conjunction
with the federal experiment station.
If a plan in the making at Honolulu
goes through, the Kauai committee on
entertainment of the congressional
party may be relieved of the responsi
bility of supplying any information on
local topics to the official visitors. All
the local committee will have to do
will be to supply a few automobiles,
see that the dinner bell rings on time
and then stand around and look on
while Honolulu experts tell the Con
gressmen all about Kauai and Kauai's
needs. The following from a Hono
lulu paper tells all about it, and the
local committee and Kauai Chamber
of Commerce who have been working
quite hard on this very line, insofar
as this island Is concerned, may now
probably feel a great measure of re
lief: "The reception committee of the
Chamber of Commerce will confer
with Territorial Secretary Wade War
ren Thayer at an early date to ascer
tain what the chamber may do to as
sist in entertaining the members of
the congressional parly. It is the
plan of the committee to send a dele
gation of its best-informed members
with the party to the other islands in
order that all quesitons put by the
congressmen regarding Hawaii may
be explicitly answered. These mem
bers of the chamber would be able
to give the congressmen first hand
information on any subject. They
would travel at their own expense."
JOHN KAALAUPA to J M Mitchell;
int in hul land, Pauwela, Hamakua
loa, Maui. April 15, 1915. $10.
M PELEKAI to Robert P and Kala
Pelekal; 2-3 int in It P 3110, Kul
2225, Aps 1, 2. 3 and 4, Palelleiha,
Waikapu, Maul. April 12, 1915. $10
MAUI VULCANIZING CO, LTD, to M
J Moura. Tr; real and personal
property, Wailuku, Maui. April 12,
D KANEALII; J K Nahina & wf; M
Nahina & wf; Maikuhoe; Margaret
Reimann & Kaluna Lunlng & hsb to
Lahaina Agrctl Co, Ltd; int in Kul
3932, Honokawai (Kaanapali), Maui.
Jan 22, 1915. $137.
MAHIAI KALAWAO & WF to Samuel
E. Kalama; 2 A of R P (Gr) 1270,
Kawaipapa, liana, Maul. April 3,
HOWARD D BO WEN & Wf to Bishop
& Co; R P (Grs), 3128, 3008 3003,
3005 and 3730, bldgs, livestock,
mchnry etc, Kainalu, Molokal. April
12, 1915. $7000.
Release of Mortgage.
MRS R ENOS to Mary P Borba Na
maka; R P 2007, Kul 2459, Peepee,
Wailuku, Maui, April 15, 1915.
KAAPUIKII In Honolulu, April 14,
1915, Mrs. Malia Kaapuiki, widow, a
native of Maui, aged forty-six years.
SILVA In Honolulu, April 20, 1915,
L.ucy, daughter or Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph Silva, of 1453 Miller street,
aged nine years, eleven months and
eighteen days, a native of Honolulu.
CARDOSO In Honolulu, April 19.
1915, Mrs. Angelica Cardoso, a na
tive of Waianae, Oahu, aged thirty
MARANAN In Honolulu, April 20,
quentin Maranan, a native of
the Philippine Islands, single, aged
HERMANEZ In Honolulu. April 19,
isis, Martin Hermanez, a native of
the Philippine Islands, single, aged
Moore, reporting from Honolulu to the
navy department on the loss of the
F-4, writes that it is "believed by ex
perts that all the crew were killed
suddenly by an explosion.
"If even one man had been left
alive, he could have signalled to those
above, or could have blown out the
Manchuria To Take No Passengers.
Passengers who had planned to all
in the Pacific Mail steamer Manchu
ria, due to leave Honolulu, April 27,
for San Francisco, have been notified
that the Manchuria would be unable
to take any passengers from this port,
as her space will be filled by passen
gers from the Great Northern steamer
Minnesota, wrecked off Japan while
en route from Manila and oriental
ports to Seattle.
Honolulu Charities to Get Irwin Be
By decision of Judge Coffey of the
San Francisco Superior Court, the as-
sociated charities of Honolulu prob
ably will come in possession ulti
mately of $25,000 bequeathed in the
will of the late Win, G. Irwin of San
Francisco. The will left $25,000 to the
"United" charities of Honolulu, which
is not the correct name of the local
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WAILUKU, MAUI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ArRIL 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 Maui 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 bo 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 members; all of whom
are to be elected at large from among those who have been qualified electors
of. the County of Maul for at least one year prior to their election; four of
said five members to be elected as members only, and the fifth to be elected
as Chairman and Executive Officer of
office for the term of two years.
A COUNTY SHERIFF,
COUNTY AUDITOR, and
Eeach of whom is to be elected
County of Maul.
THE DISTRICTS, PRECINCTS AND
ARE AS FOLLOWS:
COUNTY OF MAUI.
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT The Islands of Maui, Molokal,
Lanai and Kahoolawe.
FIRST PRECINCT The Island of Lanal. Polling place, Kahalepalaoa
SECOND PRECINCT Theportion of Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, northeasterly of the north boundary of Honokowai. 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
and west of a line from the mouth of
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, Walhee School House.
SEVENTH PRECINCT The portion' of the Walluku District between
the fifth precinct and Makawao District, rolling place, Tuunene School
EIGHTH PRECINCT The portion of Makawao District bounded as fol
lows: On the west by the east ridge of the Maliko Gulch; on the north by
the sea; and the east by the west edge of the HalehaUu 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 Maliko 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 Walell Gulch. Polling place, Keokea School House.
ELEVENTH PRECINCT The portion of Makawao District bounded as
follows: Oa 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-nui 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 Maliko
Gulch and the boundary of Wailuku District. Polling place, Paia School
THIRTEENTH PRECINCT The portion of Makawao District east r.f 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, Nahiku School
SIXTEENTH PRECINCT The portion of Hana District between the fif
teenth precinct and Kipahulu. Polling place, liana Court House.
SEVENTEENTH PRECINCT Kipahulu. Polling place, Kipahulu Court
EIGHTEENTH PRECINCT The remainder of Hana District, including
Kaupo and Kahlkinui. Polling place, Kaupo School House.
NINETEENTH PRECINCT The portion of the Island of Molokal north
of a line running along the bed of Honouliwai 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 Molokal hounded
on the east by the nineteenth precinct and on the west by the east boundary
of Kawela and the Kalawao District. Polling place, Pukoo Court House.
TWENTY-FIRST PRECINCT The remainder of the Island of MoloUai
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 ' Maui 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: R. A. Drummond.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Apr. 10, 17, 24, May 1.
WAILUKU, MAUI, TERITORE O HAWAII, APER1LA 7. 1915.
OLELO HOOHOLO HELU 303.
Walhoia mai e THEO. T. MEYER, Lunakial.
Kokua ia e CHAS. LAKE, Lunakial.
E HOOHOLOIA e ka Papa Lunakial o ke Kalana o Maul, Terltore o
OIAI, ma ka Pauku 1537 o na Kanawal i Hooponoponoia o Hawaii, o
1915, e like meia 1 hoololiia ma na olelo o ke Kanawal 37 o na Kanawal o
ke kau o 1915, 1 kapaia: "He Kanawal e haawl ana i ka nana 1 ka Papa
Lunakial o ke Kalana o Maul e hoopuka he Kuahaua no ke koho balota iloko
o ua Kalana ala, iloko o ka manawa i emi ole nialalo o iwakalua la mamua
o ka Foalua, Mel 4, 1915" e kauoha ana, e haawl ana 1 ka niana, a e kuhlkuhi
said Board; all of said members to hold
by the duly qualified elecotrs of the
POLLING PLACES IN SAID COUNTY
of Wailuku District south of Walehu
the Wailuku Stream along the sand
ana i kela Papa e hoopuka iloko o ka manawa 1 emi ole malnlo o iwakalua
la mamua iho o ua Poalua ala, ka la 4 o Mel, 1915, he Kuahaua no a e pili
ana i ke Koho Balota Laula ana i mau Iuna oiliana no ke Kalana o Maui, e
malamaia 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 Maul a e kau la ua mau Kua
haua ala ma ke ano i kauohala e ke Kanawal.
ANO, A NOLAILA, i kulike al me na olelo o ke Kanawal i hoikela ma
Iuna nel, a me na Kanawal e ae apau e haawl ana i ka mana 1 ka Papa e
hana pela, ke hoopuka nei ka Papa Lunakial o ke Kalana o Maui ma keia
1 ke Kuahaua 1 hoikela malalo nel; a ke hoolaha nei e malamaia he koho ba
lota no ke koho ana i mau Iuna kalana no ke Kalana o Maui, a e malamaia i ka
POALUA, KA LA 4 O MEI, 1915,
mawaena o ka hora ewalu o ke kakahtakanul ame ka hora elima o ke ahlahi,
ma kela me kela wahi koho balota iloko o na mahele koho kaawale o kela
me keia Apana iloko o ke Kalana o Maui, elike me ka mea i koila 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 mal
loko mai o ka poe kupono i ke koho balota Iloko o ke Kalana o Maul'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 I 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.
LUNAHOOI A O KE KALANA, ame
PUUKU O KE KALANA.
O kela me keia pakahl o lakou e kohoia mai loko ae o ka poe kupono i ke
koho balota o ke Kalana o Maul.
O NA APANA, NA MAHELE A ME NA
NA I OLELOIA E KULIKE NO IA ME KEIA MAHOPE IHO NEI:
KALANA O MAUI.
APANA LUN AM AKAAINANA EKOLU Na Mokupuni o Maul, Molokal,
Lanai a me Kahoolawe.
MAHELE EKAHI Ka Mokupuni
MAHELE ELUA Kela mahele o
o Maui, ma ka aoao akau hikina o ka palena akau o Honokawai. Wahi koho,
Halekual Honolua Ranch, Honokahua.
MAHELE EKOLU Kela mahele o
o Maul, mawaena o ka mahele elua ma
Hale Hookolokolo o Lahaina.
MAHELE EHA Ka koena iho o
kula o Olowalu.
MAHELE ELIMA Ka mahele o
o ka palena o Waiehu a komohana hoi o kekahl laina mai ka waha mai o ka
muliwai o Wailuku a holo mai ka laina o na puu one a hikl i ke kai ma ke
a'wa o Maalaea. Wahi koho, Hale Hookolokolo o Wailuku.
MAHELE EONO Ka mahele o ka
hema o Waiehu. Wahi koho, Halekula
MAHELE EHIKU Ka mahele o ka
hele elima me ka apana o Makawao.
MAHELE EWALU Ka mahele o
I kulike no ia mo keia mahope iho nei: Ma ke komohana ke kae hikina o ke
Kahawal o Maliko, ma ka akau ke kai, ma ka hikina ke kae komohana o ke
Kahawal o Halehaku, a ma ka hema oia no kekahi laina e holo ana ma ko
alanul Makawao-Huelo a hikl I ka hul
papaku a Huluhuluinui oia hoi ke kahawal o Kaupakulua, a mai laila aku e
holo ana ma ka auwai hou o Hamakua a hikl i ka kae hikina o ke Kahawal
o Maliko. Wahi koho. Halekula o Kuiaha.
MAHELE EIW A Honuaula me ka
Hale Hookolokolo o Honuaula.
MAHELE UMI Ka mahele o ka
eiwa ma ka owawa o Waieli. Wahi
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAKAHI Ka mahele o ka Apana o Makawao nona
na palena i kulike no ia me kela mahope iho nei: Ma ke komohana a me ka
akau, ka Apana o Wailuku a me ka auwl hou o Hamakua a hiki i ka hul ana
me ke Alanul Makawao-Huelo i ka papaku o Huluhulunui oia hoi ke kahawal
o Kaupakulua, a mai laila aku ma ke alanul i olelola a hikl 1 ke
Halehaku, a ma ka hema, ka hema ka
MAHELE UMIKUMAMALUA Ka
rkau o ka mahele umikumamakahi, hema o ke kai a mawaena o ke kae hikina
o ke Kahawal o Maliko a me ka palena o ka Apana o Wailuku. Wahi 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 mawavsa
o ka mahele umikumamaha me ka palena o Hana me Koolau. Wahi koho,
Halekula o Nahiku.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAONO Ka
o ka mahele umlkumamallma me Kipahulu. Wahi koho. Hale Hookolokolo
kolo o Kipahulu.
ana ia Kaupo me Kahlkinui. Wahi
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAIWA Ka
o kekahl laina e holo ana mawaena o
ka palena hema o Halawa a me ka hokua o ke Kuahiwl pale ia Wailau me
Halawa. Wahi koho, Halekula o Halawa.
MAHELE IWAKALUA Ka mahele o ka Mokupuni i apoia ma ka hikina
o ka mahele umikumamalwa a ma ke
wela a me ka Apana o Kalawao. Wahi koho. Hale Hookolokolo o Pukoo.
MAHELE IWAKALUAKUMAMAKAHI Ke koena o ka mokupuni o Mo
lokal a koe aku ka Apana o Kalawao. Wahi koho. Halekula o Kaunakakai.
A ke kauohaia nei ke Kakauolelo o keia Papa e hoolaha koke 1 keia Kua
haua, ma ka olelo Beritanla me ka olelo Hawaii, iloko o ka "Maul News"
ame ka "Weekly Times" no ka wa he eha manawa puka o ua mau nnpepa
Ae: S. E. Kalama, J. H. Raymond, Chas. Lake, Theo. T. Meyer. Aole
hikl mai: R. A. Drummond.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
Kakauolelo Kalana o ke Kalana o Maul, Terltore o Hawaii
Apr. 10, 17, 24, May 1.
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WAHI KOHO ILOKO O KEIA KALA
o Lanai. Wahi koho, Haleukana ma
ka Apana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni
ka Apana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni
ka palena akau o Olowalu. Wahi koho,
ka Apana o Lahaina. Wahi koho, Hale-
ka Apana o Wailuku ma ka aoao hema
Apana o Wailuku ma ka akau palena
Apana o Wailuku mawaena o ka ma
Wahi koho, Halekula o Puunene.
ka Apana o Makawao nona na palena
ana me ka auwal hou o Hamakua i ka
Mokupuni o Kahoolawe. Wahi koho,
Apana o Makawao mawaena o ka mahele
koho, Halekula o Keokea.
mahele uml. ' Wahi koho, Halekula o
mahele o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka
mahele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena
Kipahulu. Wahi koho, Hale Hookolo
Ke koena o ka Apana o Hana. hul pu
koho, Halekula o Kaupo.
mahele o ka Mokupuni o Molokal akau
ka papaku o ke Kahawal o Honouliwai,
komohana o ka nnlenn hiuinn i-,.