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THE MAUI NEWS. FRIDAY, AUGUST 30, 1918.
Lahaina Breaks Even
Tlie (wo games of baseball played
last Sunday artornoon on Wailuku
grounds, woro full of vim and excite
ment. The first game was taken by
Wailuku, defeating I.aliaina with n
score of 12 to fi, and for Hip fust fVw
innings, il seemed that the "croud
panic would go to Wailuku as veil,
as llicy were scoring easily oil of Ks
pinda. Hut Espinua was replaced by a
new pitcher, and this man held Wai
luku down, with the result that they
made no more scores and wctv defeat
ed hy a 12 to G. A return panic may
l'c played at I.aliaina next Sundav.
I'aia. Aim. 29 Sunday afternoon,
the 2.-.ih-on the l'aia' Plantation
Hounds the Makawaos, again defeat
ed the Maui Beauts, at baseball, 7 to
2. A hip crowd of spectators was
present. There was much "root in;:"
and considerable excitement espcci:
ly anion!; the supporters of ti
"IleaiHs." A great rivalry has del
eloped between the two clubs.
On the day alter prohibition went
into effect, on the verandah of .John
Medeiros- liquor stoic at I'aia. was
noticed a crude cross made of rough
lumber, trimmed with ropes or rem
and bearin.!; these words: "Dead.
Who? John r.ar'.eycorn. R. I. p."
Lanterns at night lit up-the memorial
if such it was.
On Friday, August 23th, E. E.
rtoyum of the I'aia Plantation Cement
Plant made a trip into the crater
down through Kaupo, via Kahikinui
and I'lupalakua back to Hamakuapo
ko. returning Monday, the 26th. The
purpose of the trip was to find the
proper kind of pebbles (half-sized
cobble r-tonr) to be used in grinding
the cement. He found some at Jin-kulau-landings.
Kaupo. Quite largo
quantities of these pebbles arc used
at the cement works, but those taken
from Kahului and Haiku have proved
Heputy Sheriff Manuel He route 7rr
now occupying his pretty brown
shingled cottage recent lv built in low
John Medeiros has just finished the
construction of a fine bungalow ad
joining I'aia Rank.
Harvey Raymond of Ulupalakua
enlisted in the navy last week Wed
nesday and is stationed on naval vow.
sel at Pearl Harbor.
On Monday, the 2fith, Mr. and Mrs.
W. O. Aiken, Miss Martha Aiken and
"Runnie" Aiken made a trip to the
top of Halcakala from Idlewilde view
ing a wonderful sunset and sunrise.
This was "Runnie's first journey to
"Crater parties" are less numerous
thi.i summer than during 1917.
"The American people will gladly
make any sacrifice in consumption
and in the production of foodstuffs
that will maintain the health, comfort
and the courage of the people of the
Allied countries. We are in fact, eat
ing at the common table with them."
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l'.y .Manna Kea, August 26 Miss
Mary Apo, Miss Klsie Crowell, S. Yn
tuauata. K. llnrila, S. Hirokawa, Miss
A. II. Newton, 1) P.. Murdoch, L. A.
(Jtionsan, L. Tobriner, Mrs. Dora von
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IIaseldon. Miss P. Pailey, Mrs. O. J.
Whitehead, Miss Ruth Whitehead,
France s Keinn, O. Osaka and 2 chil
dren. K. Terada. Louie Kciki, Rent on
Hind, Dan T. Carey, Will. J. Cooper,
F. Stance, L. Palm, S. Saito, N. Ta
kakuwa. S. Osaki. A. V. Peters, A.
Ilnngo, Miss Pae, Miss Kane, Mrs.
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WHERE TO GET TRAVEL
PERMITS IN MAUI
Tin- ecu.: nil draft board of IlonoVt
iv. has named the following officials
who ate authorized to issti-' travel
pemits to male deck passengers on
is!a ids of Maui and Molokai:
.!. M. Ambrose, deputy tax assessor,
:ii Kalcinano. deputy tax assoss-
Local Exemption Hoard, deputy tax
Ceorge Soon. Kipalntlu.
;. W. Wi ighl. Keanai'.
David Kaai, postmaster, Kaunnka
Ed. Pevauchclle, postmaster, Pukoo.
RED CROSS BENEFIT FOR
ORPHEUM NEXT WEEK
A Red Cross benefit concert is be
ing arranged for next Friday even
ing. September 6, at the Wailuku Or
pin am, which promises to lie a treat
f ir ;;! music lovers. Those who are
rehearsing lor the entertainment are
A. C. Scoil. a talented visitor from
New Zealand, who has an excellent
b-ivtonc voice; R. H. Coursen, or
Kul'i, piano: J. Carcia, violin; and
Miss Alma Ross, vocal. There will
also ho a few re'-'.s of pictures shown.
Friday, August P.nth.
1 ::'.'i P. M. Ail Hoy:-- Class.
7:iiii P. M. Hasket Hall: Cubs vs.
Kahului: St. Anthony vs. Gym.
Saturday, August "1st.
fl-no A' M. Junior Girls Class.
1:311 P. M. Intermediate Roys Clubs
Sunday, September 1st.
l:"tV P. M. All Hoys.
Monday, September 2nd.
2:4.") P. M. Japanese Girls Class.
3:30 P. M. Junior Girls Class.
7:00 P. M. Hoys Class.
Tuesdav, Si pi ember 3rd.
l:::u P. M. Japanese Hoys, Juniors
7::',0 P. M. Women's Class.
The present household sugar ration
with little chance of increase Is
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pounds in England, and one and one
half pounds in France, and one pound
Notice is hereby given that no per
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and remove anything whatsoever
lvom the premises known as the
shares of Kaianui and Lupea-u in the
Ahupu.-ia of Kauwela, Molokai.
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PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
Notice is liereliy given that in ac
cordance with the terni3 of Chap
ter S of the Revised Laws of Hawaii,
191T., a Primary Election for the pur
pose of making nominations for a
Delegate to the House of Representa
tives of the United States and for
Senators and Representatives of the
Legislature of the Territory of Ha
waii, as more particularly hereinafter
set forth, will he held on Saturday,
the 5th day of Octoher, A. D. 1918,
throughout the Territory, between the
hours of 8 o'clock, a. ni., and 5 o'
clock, p. m.
The several Senatorial Districts
anil the number of candidates for
Senator to he nominated by each
political party are .is follows:
Second District. Island of Maui,
Molokai, Lanai and Kahoolawe One.
The several Representative Dis
tricts and the number of candidates
for Representative to be nominated
hy each political party are as fol
lows: In the Third District Six.
The Representative DNtrict, Pre
cincts and rolling places are as fol
lows: Third Representative District
Second Senatorial District.
The Islands of Maui, Molokai, La
aai a ml Kahoolr.we, constituting the
Counties of Maui and Kalawao.
First Precinct The Island of La
nai, Dolling place, Kahalepalaoa store
house. Second Precinct The portion of
lie Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, nortlieaclerly of the north
hoi: Hilary of Honckowal. Polling
place, llonolua ranch store, Honoko
hua. Third Precinct Tho portion of La
aaiiKi District on the Island of Maui,
between the "econd precinct and the
corf' boundary of Olowalu. Polling
;'l.ico, Lahaina Courthouse.
Fourth Precinct The remainder
of Lahaina District. Polling place,
Klft:i Precinct The rortion of Wat-u'-.-.i
District south of Waiehu and
vest of a line from the moutTi of the
Wi'.ikiku Stream along the sand hills
o the ifoa at Maalaea Bay. Polling
.dace, Wailuku Courthouse.
Sixth Precinct The portion of
Wailuku District ncrth of the south
boundary of Waiehu. rolling pltce,
Seventh Precinct The portion of
Wailuku District between the fifth
reci?'ct an I the Makavao District,
tolling place, Puunene Schoolhouse.
Eighth Precinct The portion of
Makawao District bounded on the
west by the east edge of the Maliko
Gulch on the north by the sea; on
iho cast by the west edge of the Ha
lehaku Gulch; and on the south by a
line along the Makawao-lluelo Roa
lo its junction with the new Hama
'tii'i Ditch in the bottom of tha Hulu
hulutiui or Kaupakulua Gulch, thence
long the new Hamakua Ditch to the
a st edge of the Maliko Gulch. Poll
ing phi'j", Ivuiaha Schoolhouse.
Ninth Precinct -Ilonuaula and the
Island of Kahoolawe. Tolling place,
Tenth Precinct The portion of Ma
kawao District between the ninth
irecinct and the bed of Waieli Gulch,
'oiling place, Keokea Schoolhouse.
Eleventh Precinct The portion or
Makawao District bounded on the
west r.nl north by the Wailuku Dis
trict and the new Hamakua Ditch
' its junction with the Makawao-Hu-!o
Road in the bottom of the Hulu
' ulunui or Kaupakulua Gulch, thenoe
'.long said road to the Halehaku
Gulch; on the east by the west edge
f Halehaku Gulch; and on the south
by the Tenth Precinct. Polling place.
Twelfth Precinct The portion at
Makawao District north of the El
eventh Precinct south of the sea and
bit ween- the east edge of the Maliko
: ult lj an.' ihe boundary of Wailuku
District. Polling place, I'aia School
house. Thirteenth Precinct The portion
cf Makawao District east of the bed
of Halehaku Gulch. Polling place,
I'l' lu Schoolhouse.
Fourteenth Precinct The portion
of liana District northwest of the Ka
'.laula stream. Polling place, Kcanae
Fifteenth Precinct The portion of
liana District between the fourteenth
precinct and the Hana-Koolau boun
!!.. Polling place, Nahiku School
hous?. Sixteenth Precinct The portion of
;:.,n:i District between the fifteenth
..reciint and Kipahulu. Polling place,
Iluia Court house.
Seventeenth Precinct Kipahulu.
i'":litig place, Kipahulu Plantation
Eighteenth Precinct The remain
der f Hana District, including Kau
po and Kahikinui. Polling place, Ka
Ninetenth Precinct The portion of
I ho b land of Molokai north of a line
running along the be:1, of thr Honou
liwai gulch, the southern boundary of
Halawa and the lop of Ihe ridge be
Iwern Wailau and Halawa. Polling
place, Halawa Schoolhouse.
Twentieth Precinct The portion of
the Island of Molokai bounded on the
(ast by the nineteenth precinct nnd
hi the vest by the east boundary of
Kawcla and the Kalawao District.
Polling place, Pukoo Courthouse.
Twenty-First Precinct The re
main 'or of tlie Island of Molokai ex
i opting the Kalawao District. Poll
ing place, Kaunakakai Schoolhouse.
Twenty-Second Precinct The Ka
lawao District. Polling place, Kalau
Pursuant to the requirements of
ct 197. Session Laws of 1917, notice
i-s also given that polling places fcr
voters who may bo qualified to vole
under said Act 197, or under any law
that has been or rhall hereafter be
enacted by Congrcsn relating to or
p;ort::iiiini to tlie purposes of said
:! 107, i iv as follows:
The United States Military Reserv
ations at Schofieb.l Barracks, Fort
Shatter and Fort Armstrong, in the
City and Cmnty of Honolulu.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and caus
ed the Great Seal of the Territory of
Hawaii to be affixel
Done at the Capitol in Hono
lulu, this 22nd day of August,
(Seal) A. D. 1918.
(Sgd) CPRTIS P. IAUKEA.
Secretary of Hawaii.
(Aug. 30; Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27.)
HOOLAHA KOHO BALOTA WAE
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku nei i ku
like ai mo na hooakr.aka o'ka Mokuna
8 o na Kanawai I Hooponoponoia o
tlawaii, o 1915, he Koho Balota Wae
Moho no ka wae moho ana i Elele i
ka Hale o na Lunamakaainana o A
nielika Huip'uia a i Senatoa me na
Lunamakaainana no ka Ahaolelo o ka
Teritore o Hawaii, elike me ia i hoike
maponoia mahope iho nei, ke mala
maia ana ma ka Poaono, ka la 5 o
Okatoba M. II. 1918, a puni ka Teri
tore, mawaena o na hora 8 o ke Ka
kahiaka a ma ke hora 5 o ka auina
NA APANA SENATOA
O na Apana Senatoa me ke heluna
o na moho Senatoa e waeia e kela me
keia aoao Kalaiaina c kulike no ia
me keia mahope iho nei:
Apana Elua Na Mokupuni o Maui,
Molokai, Lanai me Kahoolawe Hoo
kah!. NA APANA LUNAMAKAAINANA
O na Apana Lunamakaaina me ka
heluna o na moho Lunamakaainana
e waeia ai e kela me keia aoao Kala
iaina, e kulike no mo keia mahope iho
Apana Ekolu Eono.
Apana Lunamakaainana Ekolu
Apana Senatoa Elua.
Na Mokupuni o Maui, Molokai, La
nai, me Kahoolawe,, a oia no hoi ke
Kalana o Maui me Kalawao.
Mahele Ekahi Ka mokupuni o La
nai. Wahi Koho, Haleukana ma Ka
halepalaoa. Mahele Elua Kela mahele o ka A
pana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni o
Maui, ma ka aoao akau hikina o ka
palena akau o Ilonokowai. Wahi ko
ho, Halekuai llonolua Ranch, Honoko
hua. Mahele Ekolu Kela mahele ma ka
Apana o Lahaina ma ka mokupuni o
Maui, mawaena o ka mahele elua o
ka palena akau o Olowalu. Wahi Ko
ho, Hale Hookolokolo o Lahaina.
Mahele Eha Ke koena iho c ka A
piuia o Lahaina. Wahi Kcho, Hale
kula o Olowalu.
Mahele Elima Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Wiiiluku ma ka aoao o ka
palena o Waiehu a komoliana hoi o
kekahi laina mai ka waha mai o ka
muliwai o Wailuku a holomai ka lai
na o na puuone a hiki i ke kai ma
ka awa o Maalaea. Wahi Koho, Hale
hookolokolo o Wailuku.
Mahele Eono Ka mahele o ka A
paiia d Wailuku ma ka akau palena
hema o Waiehu. Wahi Koho, Hale
kula o Waihee.
Mahele Ehiku Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Wailuku mawaena o ka ma
hele elima me ka apana o Makawao.
Wahi Koho, Halekula o Puunene.
Mahele Ewalu Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Makawao nona na palena i
kulike no ia me keia mahope iho nei.
Ma ke komoliana ke kae hikina o ke
Kahawai o Maliko, ma ka akau ke kai,
ma ka hikina ke kae komoliana o ke
Kahawai o Halehaku, a ma ka hema
oia no kekahi laina e holo ana me ke
alanui Makav.ao-Huelo a hiki i ka hui
ana nic ka auwai hou o Hamakua i
ka papaku o Huluhulunui oia hoi ke
kahawai o Kaupakulua, a mai laila
aku e holo ana ma ka auwai hou o
Hamakua a hiki i ke kae koho, hikina
o ke kahawai o Maliko. Wahi Koho,
Halekula o Kuiaha.
Mahele Eiwa Honuaula me ka Mo
kupuni o Kahoolawe. Wahi Koho,
Hale Hookolokolo o Honuaula.
Mahele Umi Ka mahele o ka Ap
ana o Makawao mawaena o ka ma
hele eiwa ma ka owaowa o Waieli.
Wahi Koho, lbilekuhl o Keokea.
Mahele Umikumamakahi Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Makawao nona na
palena kulike no ia me keia mahope
in le o l,a Apana o Makawao ma ka
akau, ka npana o Wailuku a me ka
auwai hou o Hamakua a hiki i ka hui
ana me ke Alanui Makawao-lluelo I
ka papaku o Huluhulunui oia hoi ke
kahawai o Kaupakulua, a malaila aku
ma ko alanui 1 olelo-ia a hiki i ke ka
hawai o Halehaku, a ma ka hema, ka
hema ka mahele umi. Wahi Koho,
Halekula o Makawao.
Mahele -Umikumamalua Ka mahe
le o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka akau
o ka mahele umikumamakahi hema o
ke kai a mawaena o ke kae hikina o
ke Kahawai o Maliko a me ka palena
a ka apana o Wailuku. Wahi Koho,
Halekula o Paia.
Mahele Umikumamakolu Ka ma-tikin-'.
o ke Kahawai o Halehaku.
Wahi Koho, Halekula o Huelo.
Mahele Umikumamaha Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Hana ma ka akau
Uoniohana o ke Kahawai Kapaula.
Wahi Koho, Halekula o Keanae.
Mahele Umikumamalima Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena o
ka r.'.iihele umikuniamaha me ka ra-
l. na o Han i me Koolau. Wahi Koho,
Halekula j Nahiku.
Mahele Umikumamaono Ka mahe
le o ka Apana o liana mawaena o ka
mahele Cmikumamalima me Kipahu
lu. Wahi Koho, Hale Hookolokolo o
Mahele Umikumamahiku Kipahu
lu. Wahi Koho, Hale Halawai o lea
Hui Mahiko o Kipahulu.
Mahele Umikumamawalu Ke koe
na o ka Apana o Hana, hui pu ana ia
Kaupo me Kahikinui. Wahi Koho, Ha
lekula o Kaupo.
Mahele Pmikumamaiwa Ka mahele
0 ka Mokupuni o Molokai akau o ke
kahi laina e holo ana mawaena o ka
papaku o ke Kahawai o Honouliwai,
ka palena hema o Halawa a me ka
hokua o ke Kuahiwi pale ia Wailau
no Halawa. Wahi Koho, Halekula o
Mahele Iwakalua Ka mahele o ka
Mokupuni o Molokai i apoia ma ka
liUina. e ka mahele umikumamaiwa,
1 ma ke komoliana o ka palena hikina
o Kawcla a me ka Apana o Kalawao.
Wahi Koho, Hale hookolokolo o Pu
koo. Mahele Iwakaluakumamakahi Ke
koena o ka Mokupuni o Molokai a
koe aku ka Apana o Kalawao. Wahi
Koho, Halekula o Kaunakakai.
Mahele Iwakaluakumamalua Ma
hele o Kalawao. Wahi Koho, Hale
kuai o Kalaupapa.
I kulike ai me na makemake o ke
Kanawai 197, na Kanawai Kau o ka
Makahiki 1917, ke hoolahaia aku nei
o ka wahi koho o ka poe koho balota
o loaa ana ka mana koho balota ma
0 ua Kanawai 197 'la i olelo-ia, a I
ole ma o kekahi Kanawai paha i hoo
holoia a e hooholoia aku ana paha e
k: Aliaole'o o Am.rika i Huipuia o
pili ana i na manao na Kanawai 197
'la 1 olelo-ia, penel no ia:
No wahi hooke.awaleia no ka Oiha
na Kaua o Amerika i Huipuia ma
;',clich.'lii Barrack.-?, Fort Shafter a
me Fort Armstrong, iloko o ke Ku
lanakauhale o me Kalana o Honolulu.
I HOIKE NO KEIA, ua kau iho au
1 ko'u lima a ua hoapili pu hoi i ka
"i!a Nui o ka Teritore o Hawaii.
Hana ia ma ke Kapitola ma
(Sil;) Honolulu, i keia la 22nd o
Augate, M. H. 1918.
(Sgd.) CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Kakauolo o ka Teritore.
(Ana. 30; Sept.. 6, 13, 20, 27.)
A Prolific and Militant Family.
John Ward, a negro of Goldsboro,
N. C, certainly stands high In the lUt
of those who have sous and daugh
ters actively engaged in war service
in one way or another. John has the
proud distinction of being the father
of eighteen sons, thirteen of whom
are in either the 9th or 10th Cavalry,
U. S. A. But this is not all, for John
also has seventeen daughters, every
one of them engaged in war work.
The facts are vouched for by Sheriff
R. H. Edwards, of Wayne county, in
which Goldsboro is located. The
sheriff says that Ward was born April
21, ISafi, at Goldsboro. He has been
married three times, his third wife
being alive. By his first wife fifteen
children were born, four at one time
twice, three at one time twice, and
one on another occasion. By his sec
ond wife twins were brought into the
world twice, triplets once and five
children ihk at a time. Then his
third wife bore him eight children
one at time. John's first wife lived
six years and three weeks after their
marriage, while his second wife lived
eight years and six months. His first
wife bore bin eight sons, his second
wile five and his third five prospec
tive recruits for the Army. OX those
n aw in the Service seven are by his
first wife, five by the second and one
by the present wife Just to keep up
I lie Service record of the family an
other ion served in the Cavalry, nut
is not now soldiering but living peace
fully 8t Wilson, N. C. Paraphrasing
the sentiment cf that immoral Am
erican, Nathan Hale, John Wards
chief regret is that he has no more
sons to give to bia country. Army
and Naval Journal.
LOOGE MAUI, NO. 84, A. F. A A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall. Kahului. on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:30
Visiting brethren are cordially In
filed to attend.
F. V. PEACOCK. R. W. M.
W. A. CLARK, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. S KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be held at
tha Knights of Pythias Hall. Wailu
ku, on the Fccond and fourth Friday
of each month.
All visiting members are cordially
Invited to attend.
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