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THE MAUI NEWS, SATURDAY, MAY 1, 1915.
I OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES I
The Voters Will Remember.
It Is probable that a lot of those
who voted against the military com
pulsion bill In the House did so with
out giving much thought to the meas
ure, and that many of them plndgod
themselves to it in advance, before
they heard from the people. Their
votes will return to plague them In
future campaigns. Hilo Tribune.
Let 'Em All Come.
We do not see any particular reason
for objecting to Delegate Kuhio's re
solution to ask for another Congress
ional committee to come here and In
vestigate the relations between small
and large cane planters and mills, etc.
Hawaii is paying for one pretty big
investigating committee which is on
its way here now to investigate every
thing. It Congress wants to send an
other, Hawaii's attitude should be ex
pressed by the words "Let' em come."
If the whole of Congress, and he
President too, wish to investigate, we
should be gratified. Hilo Tribune.
Right Stand In Wood Case.
It Is good to hear that H. P. Wood
wili be given a chance to please him
self as to resigning from the Hawaii
Promotion Committee or not. Should
Mr. Wood resign there is no dojbt
that a live, active man of ability can
be secured to succeed him. The only
kick most or the people in the coun
try seem ot have had ab out the pro
motion row is that they though Wcod
was not getting a square deal, find
that he should be given an opportuni
ty to answer all the criticisms that
were made of his administration. I-:a-waii
A Point Well Taken.
That part of the primary law which
makes it necessary for Mr. T. Brandt
to undergo the expense and h anoy
ance of another election in Waimea
district next Tuesday for the office of
supervisor should have been amended
by the Legislature at Us present ses
sion. Mr. Brandt ran against two candi
dates of his own party In the primary,
and defeated both of them. There
was no opposition by the Democrats.
For the leason, btowever, that he did
not poll more votes than both of the
other candidates, together, he is de
clared, under the present law, to be
not elected, and is forced to the ex
pense a,nd trouble of running all over
He Is elected already, although rhe
law takes the peculiar stand that he
We can think of no eventuality
which could possibly make such a re
election necessary, and feel that vhe
Legislature should have so amenaed
the law as to prevent a recurrence of
the same thing in the future. Garden
1 1 i ii
Who's To Blame?
The good roads bill affords a fine
example of a meritorious measure
which failed to receive the considera
tion it deserved in the legislature be
cause it made a late appearance. In
asmuch as the bill was proposed at
the Civic convention on Maul many
months ago, its failure to make a
prompt appearance in the legislature
when the session opened should be ex
plained if its advocates resent the em
phatic manner in which the senate.,
disposed of it. Star-Bulletin.
Hilo Promises to Remember.
Speaker Holsteln Is quoted as mak
ing light of his recent reference, in a
speech on the military bill to the
Hilo Board of Trade, as the "so-called
Board of Trade." The Advertiser says
he remarked in comment upon the re
sentment that his remarks aroused,
"sorry, you know, but Hilo don't vote
for me." In view of the fact that the
speaker's own district didn't vote for
him last time any better than to leave
him at the tail end of his ticket with
a lead of only five votes over his near
est Democratic competitor, in an elec
tion that was a general sweeping re
publican victory, Mr. Holstein shows
poor political judgment. The Board
of Trade has Influential members in
Mr. Holstein's district, and it happens
to be the most representative, In
fluential body of business men on the
Island of Hawaii. It Is non-partisan
and public spirited, and contains mem
bers who In some years do as much
work for the public interest, without
compensation, as Mr. Holstein and
other members of the legislature do
for good pay and a great deal more
work than some of them do. Hilo
On the Other Islands
Kauai Hat Strike and Fire.
Following a small strike of Filipino
laborers on the Makawell plantation,
Kauai, last week, which necessitated
five men being discharged, the cane
fields of the plantation were discover
ed to be on fire. After about 20 acres
of old cane was burned over, the
blaze was extinguished before any of
the young cane had been damaged.
It is asserted that one of the police
officers lashed one of the discharged
Filipinos with a whip, and it is be
lieved that the fire was started in re
venge for this act.
Entered of Record
Pineapple Prices to Continue Low.
Will P. Thomas, of. the Thomas
Pineapple Company, who returned this
week from the Coast, was elected a
director of the National Canners' As
sociation, at the big convention at
tended by 400 delegates. Mr. Thomas
looks for somewhat better conditions
in the pineapple business this next
year from the fact that the increase
in the pack this season will probably
be comparatively light over previous
years. About 2,500,000 cases will be
put up. this season, aaglnst 2,250,000
last year, according to Mr. Thomas.
The market however, is much unset
tled by the war. California fruit is
lower than it has ever been before,
so the outlook for better prices is not
Hilo Jailor Dies Suddenly.
David Kauhl, jailor at Hilo, died sud
denly on Tuesday of last week from
Brights' disease. The deceased was
50 years of age. The prisoners of the
jail were permitted to attend the fune
lal, and many of them wept as the
deceased was laid in the grave.
Theater Magnate In Honolulu.
Marc Klaw, senior partner of the
firm of Klaw & Erlanger, the "theat
rical trust", arrived in Honolulu this
week on a vacation trip. He Is mat
ing the round trip on the Matsonia.
ANE KAINEA & HSB to William Ka
mau; int in property of D. Kealahu
la Jr (k), deceased, Kauai and
Maui. Jan 17, 1913. 10 and love.
KAAIHUE LIILII & WF to William
Kamau; int in property of D. Keala-
hula Jr. (k), deceased, Kauai and
Maui. Feb 1, 1913. $10 and love.
D G ASD MRS HANAPULE KAHAO-
KAMOKU, E AND KALANINUI O
KRUEGER, MRS. EUNICE K AND
W E SEVER to William Kamau; Int
in R P 6947, Kul 3617; Kul 6334, Ko-
loa, etc, Kauai; and int in R P 426,
Wailuku, Maui. Jan 31: 1913. $100.
KAWAIPAPA AGRCTL CO. Ltd, to
Emma R Omsted; Kuls 615 and 419,
rents, etc, Hana, Maui. April 1, 1915.
SI and love.
HO CHOW to Yuen Fong Wo Keo Co:
1 share interest in Yuen Wo Kee
Co, Wailuku, Maui; lands, leasehold,
fixtures, goods, wares, mdse, out
standing book accts, etc, in same,
Maui. April 20, 1915. $750.
A R SOUZA JR & WF to Edgar Mor
ton; 112,75 A land, Paeahu, Ulupala
kua, Maul. June 30, 1913. $1800.
EDGAR MORTON & WF to J H Ray
mond, C D Lufkin and D H Case,
Trs for James H. and Phoebe K
Raymond; 112.75 A land, Paeahu,
Ulupalakua, Maui. Feb 18, 1915.
Releases of Mortgage
D C LINDSAY, TR, to Antone R Sou-
za Jr; 112.75 A land, Paeahu, Ulu
palakua, Maul. Feb 27. 1915. $650.
ANTONE R SOUZA JR to Edgar Mor
ton; 112.75 A land, Paeahu, Ulupa
lakua, Maul. March 3, 1915. $1470.
J V MACIEL, C D LUFKIN and T B
LYONS, ADMRS & TRS EST OF A
ENOS, to Edgar Morton; various
pes land, Kamaole, Kula, Maui. Feb
20, 1915. $2000.
Noted Divine Here For Rett.
Dr. Charles F. Aked, former "Rock
efeller pastor," and now in charge of
the First Congregational Church of
San Francisco, arrived in Honolulu,
on Tuesday, accompanied by his wife,
for a short vacation. Dr. Aked has
attained considerable notoriety in re-
cent years by his unconventional
stand on various topics.
Now For Naval Militia.
Governor Pinkham has signed Sen
ator Coke's bill for the establishment
of a naval militia. The measure
does not carry any appropriation nor
does it make any mention of training
bhips or equipment.
The federal government, it Is under
stood, will provide a training ship as
soon as one is available and upon The
fate of the Dirnmick bill to abolish
the naval militia of Oregan, which is
up for passage in the legislature of
that state, lies the immediate hope
for a ship for Hawaii, the cruiser Bos
ton being available if the Dirnmick
measure is enacted.
The governor has signed house bill
329, which provides for the payment
of $125 a month to Captain Henri Ber
ger, lha veteran band leader, during
Arrested on "White Slave" Charge.
Albert Geer and Cyril Geer were ar
rested by Marshall J. J. Smlddy on a
commissioner's warrant and are In
Oahu prison pending a hearing before
the commissioner on a charge of hav
ing violated the "white slave" act. It
is alleged that they transported a girl
from Hawaii to Wailuku, Maui, and
later to Honolulu. The girl was ar
rested by the police on a statutory
Names Four Members of Summer
H. W. Kinney, superintendent of
public instruction, has announced the
names of four of the members ot the
faculty of the summer school which
will open in Honolulu on July 6. Mrs
E. Jane Otremba will have charge of
the domestic science courses, Charles
M. Baldwin of geography, E. Allen
Creevey ot vocational shop work, and
William C. Avery ot mathematics. As
previously announced Prof. F. A.
Clowes will direct the Instruction in
agriculture, and Prof. Cyril O. Smith
ot Kauai will again be general direc
tor of the school.
Great Northern Steamers for Hawaii.
A report has reached Honolulu that
the Great Northern and the Northern
Pacific, two of the fastest and most
luxurious passenger vessels on the
Pacific coast, may be put on the is
land run in case the Pacific Mail Com
pany withdraws after October, as Is
V A,4" 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 Maui,
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 Bald 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 transmit copies
of said proclamation to the several Boards of Inspectors tu.oughout the
County of Maul, 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 herelnbclow 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 Maui 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 said Board; all of said members to hold
office for the term of two years.
A COUNTY 8HERIFF,
COUNTY AUDITOR, and
Eeach of whom is to be elected by the duly qualified elecotrs of the
County of Maul.
THE DISTRICTS, PRECINCTS AND POLLING PLACES IN SAID COUNTY
ARE AS FOLLOWS:
COUNTY OF MAUI.
THIRD REPRESENTATIVE DISTRICT The Islands of Maul, Molokal,
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 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 of Wailuku District south of Walebu
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 Waiehu. 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 Maliko 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,
theuce along the new Hamakua Ditch to the east edge ot the Maliko Gulch
Polling place, Kuiaha 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 Waieli 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 Maliko
Gulch and the boundary of Wailuku District Polling place, Paia School
THIRTEENTH PRECINCT The portion of Makawao District east rJ 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 DiBtrict between the fou-
teenth precinct and the Koolau-Hana boundary. Polling place, Nahlku School
SIXTEENTH PRECINCT The portion of Hana District between the fif
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 Kahikinul. Polling place, Kaupo School House.
NINETEENTH PRECINCT The portion of the Island of Molokal north
of a line running along the bed of Honouliwal 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 bounded
on the east by the nineteenth precinct and on the west by the east bouuduiy
of Kawela and the Kalawao District. Polling place, Pukoo Court House.
TWENTY-FIRST PRECINCT The remainder of the Island of Molokal
excepting the Kalawao District. Polling place, Kaunakakai School House.
The Clerk of this Board is directed to forthwith publish this pioclama
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. II. Raymond, Chas. Lake, Theo. T. Meyer.
Absent: R, A. Drunimond.
WM. FRED. KAAE,
County Clerk, County of Maul, Territory of Hawaii.
Apr. 10, 17, 24, May 1.
ana I kela Papa e hoopuka iloko o ka manawa 1 emi ole malulo o Iwakalua
la mamua iho o ua Poalua ala, ka la 4 o Mel, 1915, lie Kuahaua no a e pill
ana 1 ke Koho Balota Laula ana i ninu luna oihana 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 1 kauohafa e ke Kanawai.
ANO, A NOLAILA, i kulike ai me na olelo o ke Kanawai I hoikeia ma-
luna nel, a me na Kanawai e ae apau e haawl ana 1 ka mana 1 ka Tnpa e
hana pela, ke hoopuka net ka Papa Lunakiai o ke Kalana o Maul ma keia
I ke Kuahaua 1 hoikeia malalo nel; a ke hoolaba nci e malamaia he kolio ba
lota no ke koho ana 1 mau luna kalana no ke Kalana o Maui, a c malamaia 1 ka
POALUA, KA LA 4 O M El, 1915,
mawaena o ka hora ewalu o ke kakahiakanui ame ka bora elima o ke ahiahi,
ma kela me keia wahl koho balota Iloko o na mahele koho kaawalo o kela
me kela Apana iloko o ke Kalana o Maul, elike me ka mca 1 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 mai-
loko ma! o ka poe kupono I ke koho balota iloko o ke Kalana o Maui no ka
manawa i emiole malalo o hookahl makahiki 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 makahiki.
HE LUNA MAKAI NUI.
LUNAHOOIA O KE KALANA, ame
PUUKU O KE KALANA.
O kela me kela pakahl o lakou e kohoia mal loko ae o ka poe kupono 1 ke
koho balota o ke Kalana o Maul.
O NA APANA, NA MAHELE A ME NA WAHI KOHO ILOKO O KEIA KALA
NA I OLELOIA E KULIKE NO IA ME KEIA M AHOPE IHO NEI:
WAILUKU, MAUI, TERITORE O HAWAII. APERILA 7, 1915.
OLELO HOOHOLO HELU 303.
Waihoia mal e THEO. T. MEYER, Lunakiai.
Kokua ia e CHAS. LAKE, Lunakiai.
E HOOHOLOIA e ka Papa Lunakiai o ke Kalana o Maul, Teritore o
OIAI, ma ka Pauku 1537 o na Kanawai 1 Hooponoponoia o Hawaii, o
1915, e like niela i hoolollia ma na olelo o ke Kanawai 37 o na Kanawai o
ke kau o 1915, 1 kapaia: "He Kanawai e haawl ana i ka mana i ka Papa
Lunakiai o ke Kalana o Maul e hoopuka he Kuahaua no ke koho balota iloko
o ua Kalana ala, iloko o ka manawa 1 eml ole malalo o iwakalua la mamua
o ka Poalua, Mel 4, 1915" e kauoha ana, e haawl ana 1 ka mana, a e kuhlkuhi
KALANA O MAUI.
APANA LUNAMAKAAINANA EKOLU-
Lanai a me Kahoolawe.
-Na Mokupuni o Maui, Molokal,
MAHELE EKAHI Ka Mokupuni o Lanal. Wahl koho, Ilalcukana ma
MAHELE ELUA Kela mahele o ka Apana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni
o Maui, ma ka aoao akau hikina o ka palena akau o Honokawai. ' Wahl koho.
Halekual Honolua Ranch, Honokahua.
MAHELE EKOLU Kela mahele o ka Apana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni
o Maui, 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
o ka palena o Waiehu a komohana hoi o kekahi lalna mal ka waha mal o ka
muliwal o Wailuku a holo mal ka laina o na puu one a hiki I ke kai 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 Waiehu. Wahl koho, Halckula o Waihee.
MAHELE EHIKU Ka mahele o ka Apana o Wailuku mawaena o ka ma
hele elima me ka apana o Makawao. Wahi koho, Halckula o Puunene.
MAHELE EWALU Ka mahele o ka Apana o Makawao nona na palena
I kulike no ia me keia mahope iho nci: Ma ke komohana ke kae hikina o ke
Kahawai 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 kc
alanui Makawao-Huelo a hikl i ka hui ana me ka auwai hou o Hamakua i ka
papaku a Huluhuluinul oia hoi ke kahawai o Kaupakulua, a mal laila aku e
holo ana ma ka auwai hou o Hamakua a hlkl 1 ka kae hikina o ke Kahawai
o Maliko. Wahl koho, Halekula o Kuiaha.
MAHELE EIWA Honuaula me ka Mokupuni o Kahoolawe. Wahi koho,
Hale Hookolokolo o Honuaula.
MAHELE UMI Ka mahele o ka Apana o Makawao mawaena o ka mahele
eiwa ma ka owawa o Waieli. Wahl koho, Halekula o Keokea.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAKAHI Ka mahele o ka Apana o Makawao nona
na palena 1 kulike no ia me keia mahope iho nei: 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 kahawai
o Kaupakulua, a mal laila aku ma ke alanui 1 oleloia a hiki i ke Kahawai 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 umikumamakahi, hema o ke kai a mawaena o ke kae hikina
o ke Kahawai 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 Kahawai o Halehaku. Wahi koho, Halekula o Huelo.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAHA Ka mahele o ka Apana o liana ma ka akau
komohana o ke Kahawai o Kaupaula. Wahl koho, Halekula o Keanae.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMALIMA Ka mahele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena
o ka mahele umikumamaha me ka palena o Hana me Koolau. Wabl koho,
Halekula o Nahlku.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAONO Ka mahele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena
o ka mahele umlkumamalima me Kipahulu. Wahl koho, Halo Hookolokolo
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAHIKU Kipahulu. Wahl koho, Hale Hookolo
kolo o Kipahulu.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAWALU Ke koena o ka Apana o Hana, hui pu
ana ia Kaupo me Kahikinul. Wahl koho, Halekula o Kaupo.
MAHELE UMIKUMAMAIWA Ka mahele o ka Mokupuni o Molokal akau
o kekahi lalna e holo ana mawaena o ka papaku o ke Kahawai o Honouliwal,
ka palena hema o Halawa a me ka hokua o ke Kuahiwl pale la Wailau me
Halawa. Wahi koho, Halekula o Halawa.
MAHELE IWAKALUA Ka mahele o l;a Mokupuni 1 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 mokupuni o Mo
lokal a koe aku ka Apana o Kalawao. Wahl koho, Halekula o Kaunakakai.
A ke kauohaia nel ke Kakauolelo o keia Papa e hooluha 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 pulta o ua mau nupepa
Ae: S. E. Kalama, J. H. Raymond, Chas. Lake, Theo. T. Meyer. Aolo
hikl mai: 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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