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THE MAUI NEWS, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13, 1918.
OUR ISLAND CONTEMPORARIES
Indictments In Hilo ,
Hawaii coun'y's financial affairs arc
once more in the limelight through in
dictments handed down yesterday
nuniing every member ot the super
visors and four Hilo businessmen.
According to the wireless reports, the
indictment! are on charges of con
tracting indebtedness for the county
in excess of moneys on hand and of
conspiring to award contracts illegally-
The law against county officials in
curring financial obligations in excess
of moneys available is very strict in
Hawaii, but it is seldom Invoked. A
good many people will remember the
famous local controversy of 1916,
when the then board of supervisors
began the year with an "overdraft"
estimated at the auditor's ofTico at
The question was raised at that
time but not pressed as to the lia
bility of the board under the law. The
city attorney's office quoted the law
but was never called upon to apply
it, and the office made no move of its
own volition to determine whether or
not the supervisors should be brought
The statute itself is plain enough,
and was passed to prevent the very
situation allowed to develop by the
supervisors spending money in ex
cess of their income. Various at
tempts were made to explain away
and figure away this overdraft. But
when the end of 1916 came, the audit
or's books again showed a deficit, this
time of $83,000.
The auditor's office stated plainly
that over-appropriations by the board
in 1915 were responsible for the fin
ancial hole in which the city found
Meanwhile the supervisors had tried
to beat the devil around the bush by
changing the dates of the fiscal year,
so that it might not go on record that
on January 1, 1916, overappropria
tions had caused the city to start a
new fiscal year with an overdraft of
$150,000. Their method of beating
the devil around said bush was to
change the dates from January 1 to
July 1, giving them an extra six
months to square the account.
What really happened from then on
is lost in a maze of bookkeeping. The
fact remains that the supervisors ap
peared to have violated Section 2214
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii.
The situation in Hilo has similar
aspects. Apparently the Hawaii coun
ty officials have contracted indebted
ness in excess of the money on hand.
In their case the law appears to have
been sternly applied, through grand
jury investigation and indictment.
No suspicion of dishonesty attach
ed to the Honolulu supervisors. They
were being besieged on all sides to
spend more money for improvements,
and they spent it, perhaps not wisely
but too well. Possibly, and we hope
it is so, the Hilo sensation is no more
serious. Looseness in handling city
funds, and a zeal for appropriation
that sometimes exceeds the limits of
law, are not peculiar to the island of
Yet there the law stands, plain,
emphatic, designed to protect tax
payers and county governments
against squandering public funds,
designed to teach the lesson that there
can be no loosenes.i of management,
no trifling even with "technicalities."
Poor Taste And Politics
Dr. J. II. Raymond, candidate for
ih- Democratic nomination for dole-f.-,ii',
is quoted as saying that it would
be p'.or taste for him to discuss the
Trent-McCandless incident ar.d M.C
Candless's politico-rice difficulties, be
cause McCandless is bis opponent In
the primary campaign.
It strike;; us that it will ho worse
taste for Dr. Raymond not to discuss
The primary campaign is a straight
out rivalry between Raymond rnd Me
C'andless." Under the circumstances,
the voters have a right to know where
Dr. Raymond stands on the serious is
suo of MfCandlessism.
Kuhic will be the opponent of the
Democratic nominee, lie is here fore
already th rival of McCandless and
Raynrnd. In his speeches thus far.
Dr. Raymond has not hesitated to
criticise Kuhio. Does Dr. Raymond
hold the attitude that it is poor taste
tn criticise nn opponent in his own
party, and not poor taste to criticise
, n opponent in nmther party? If so,
that gives t.- Dr. Raymond's campaign
a nanownefs of partisanship which
we t'o not believe he intends or wishes
i: to assume.
Furthermore, if D. Raymond is
silent on the subject of McCan lless's
obstructionism and rice record, he
will give to ii dependent-minded vot
ers the impressit.n that he won't c lr.
out and fight Link now for fear of
alienating Link's support in the gen
ual campaign. Dr. Raymond's repu
tation is nM that of a man afraid to
spo-'k his l lind. It will clear up a
tond many doubts if lie will speak it
vi'iinut equivocation on the subject
of McCandless. Star-Bulletin.
None of I'residen Wilson's appoint
ments to the bench in Hawaii has met
with a more cordial reception than
the brace announced yesterday
Judge Kdings to the supreme bench
and former Judge De Bolt to the cir
cuit bench. This is not altogether
because of the record of the two ap
pointees, but largely because in nom
inating Judge De Bolt the president
recognized a principle of non-partisanship
which Hawaii believes is par
ticularly necessary to maintain the
independence of the bench. Judge
De Bolt, moreover, gave fino service
as a trial judge many years ago, and
his added experience will certainly be
no handicap to a repetition of the re
cord. Judge Edings will, it is conced
ed, be a credit to the supreme bench.
Pan-racific Week is coming. Back
of the obvious things such as address
es, luncheons and the like on the pro
gram, there is a really big Idea. It is
not Ford's idea. Rather it Is the out
growth of the pressure of a multiplic
ity of events which of late years have
been forcing the nations of the world
closer and closer, and bringing the in
tegral parts of those nations Into
more intimate relation with the other
parts. In short, economic ami intel
lectual pressure has been tending to
knit the whole of mankind on the
basis of mutual aid and mutual ad
vantage. The Tan Pacific conference
is but one of the many out-cropping
signs of the times, and it is, as such,
of more than passing importance and
inii-rrRt. More and more has inter
course, intertrade, intercommunica
tion of all sorts served to wipe out
the foolish race prejudices which
have done so much in the past to
build spiked walls of hate and mis
understanding around nations. The
steamship burst great gaps in those
walls, the cable added its might in
helping to tear them down, wireless
helped, and now the war, which lias
united humanity in one vast league
for liberty against the Hun, has put
what bids' fair to be the finishing
touch to the work of demolition of the
age-old fabric of prejudice that rest
ed upon ignorance of our fellow man.
Here's success then to the Pan
Pacific Week and the PanPacific
movement that is sweeping all over
the world. Hilo Post-Herald.
In extending its her.rty congratula
tions to Judge William S. Kdings on
his elevation io the cuprome court
bench, Th? Advertiser desires as
well to congratulate the Territory on
the appointment. Judge Edings is a
kamaamn, a man with nosts ot oiu
timo fi-iemls ibroiichout the Islands
and an official who has most decided
ly "made good" on the circuit court
bench, both in Maui and in Honolulu.
it in wiih no desire to disparage the
claims of o'hrr aspirants for the posi
tion that we say that the ciioice oi
Judge Edings is very pleasing.
It is with further pleasure that The
Advertiser welcomes Judge Jhn T.
Dohnlt lmrk to the bench. Judge De-
Bolt is a good judge, as we have had
reason to know. In his case, too, there
appears to be a breaking away from
what has seemed to be the recent
rule, that judicial candidates must be
outstanding Democrats. Judge De-
Bolt has never been a political part
isan. It. is as a judgfl and not as a
noliiician that he is known, and that
makes his new re-appointment all the
more gratifying. P. C. Advertiser.
What's this? George Freeland go
ing out of business? The Pioneer
Hotel to be a thing of the past? Con
found this drought! Hilo Post-Herald.
The Red Triangle
H-i(V. .(imnnlfn mnn to be launch
ed in Hawaii to raise an accepted
nunin nf J170 000 towards the ex
pense of carrying on the Y. M. C. A.,
war work overseas, it win oe oi m-
tnrnet tn mnn-i' in lnnfTI tbat the Red
Triangle, the symbol of the Y. M. C.
A., was suggested and given to tne
v at r A lv a Honolulnaii. The origi
nator of the Red Triangle sign, which
has now become a sign ot neip, sneuer
and stimulation to the fighting men
of nearly a score of nationalities, was
the late Luther Halsey Gulick, born
in Honolulu fifty-three years ago,
ivimcn fln.nih was nnlv recently chron-
icled in The Advertiser. Mr. Gulick
made a famous name for nimseii. tie
wns uresi lent of the Plavground As
sociation of America, director of the
department of child hygiene of tne
t?ii 1 S-iirn Tnnnrlnt inn. founder and
president of the Camp Fire Girls of
America and toremost in promoung
sane athletics throughout America.
A mainland writer, noting nis aeain,
civa lliif lirt mirl, rtocsiltle "a better
chance for every one." P. C. Adver
Situation Sized Up
Between now and the sixth day of
October it will be written on the rec
ord whether there is such a thing in
this Territory as a Democratic party,
If there is, it will repudiate McCand
less at the primaries, as the Demo
cratic party of Now York State shook
itself free of William Randolph
Hearst. Otherwise, it will be proved
that there is merely a McCandless
following. Hilo Tribune.
Red Cross To Save
Junk As War Work
A salvage branch of the Red Cross
is to be established soon in Maul, it
is expected, as an adjunct to a cen
tral bureau which has just been
launched in Honolulu. The purpose
of the new branch will be to collect
all of the waste materials which en
ter into the general category oi
"junk." Bottles, bags, kerosene tins,
rubber hose, automobile tires, etc.,
will be salvaged. Mrs. Raymond
Brown and Miss Bertha Young have
charge of the Honolulu department,
but the Maui representative for the
work has not yet been named. It will
be the aim to enlist the Boy and Girl
Scouts in the work.
MIXING THE GRADE
Little Johnny was saying his pray
ers. Hn bad been playing hard all
day and was very tired.
"Now I lay me down to sleep," he
started off briskly enough. "I pray
the Lord my soul to keep." Here
was a long pause, for little Johnny
was almost asleep.
"If" prompted the mother. No
"If" she said again.
"Oh, yes. If ho hollers let him go.
Eenie, income, minie, mo. Good night,
PUBLIC NOTICE OF PRIMARY
Notice is hereby given that In ac
cordance with the terni3 of Chap
ter 8 of the Revised Laws of ILiwaii,
1915, 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 be held on Saturday,
the Gth day of October, A. D. 1918,
throughout the Territory, between the
hours of 8 o'clock, a. m., and 5 o'
clock, p. m.
The several Senatorial Districts
and the number of candidates for
Senator to be nominated by each
political party are .is follows:
Second District. Island of Maul,
Molokai, Lanal and Kahoolawe One.
The several Representative Dis
tricts p.nd the number of candidates
for Representative to bo nominated
by each political party are as fol
lows: In the Third District Six.
The Representative DUtrict, Pre
cincts and Palling places are as fol
lows: Third Representative District
Second Senatorial District.
The Islands of Maui, Molokai, La
nai and Kahoolawe, constituting the
Counties ot Maui and Kalawao.
First Precinct The Island of La
nal, Polling place, Kahalepalaoa store
Second Precinct The portion of
he Lahaina District on the Island of
Maui, northeasterly of the north
boundary of Honokowal. Polling
place, Honolua ranch store, Honoko-
Third Precinct Tho portion, of La-
iiaina District on the Island of Maui,
between the necond precinct and the
r.ort'. boundary of Olowalu. Polling
place, Lahiina Courthouse.
Fourth Precinct The remainder
of Lahaina District. Polling place,
Fifth Precinct Tho portion of Wal
uku District south of Waichu and
vest of a line from the moutU of the
Waikiku Stream along the sand hill3
o the sea at Maalaea Bay. Polling
place, Wailuku Courthouse.
Sixth Precinct The portion of
Wailuku District north of the south
boundary of Waiehu. Polling plice,
Seventh Precinct The portion of
VYailuku District between the fifth
;-r.ci!ct and the Makav.-ao 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
the cast by the west edge of the Ha-
It-hnku Gulch; and on tho south by a
line along the Makawao-IIuelo Road
to its junction with the new llama
luia Ditch in the bottom of tha Hulu
hulunui or Kaupakulua Gulch, thence
ilong the new Hamakua Ditch to the
east edge of the Maliko Gulch. Poll
ing pl-jce, Kuiaha Schoolhouse.
Ninth Precinct Honuaula and the
It-land of Kahoolawe. Polling place,
Tenth Precinct The portion of Ma
kawao District between, the ninth
precinct and the bed of Waieli Gulch,
i'clling place, Keokea Schoolhouse.
Eleventh Precinct The portion of
Makawao District bounded on the
west and north by the Wailuku Dis
trict and the new Hamakua Ditch
to its junction with the Makawao-Hu-"lo
Road in the bottom of the Hulu
hulunui 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,
Twelfth Precinct The portion of
Makawao District north of the El
eventh Precinct south of the sea and
'ii-twwn the east edge of the Maliko
Julch nnj the boundary of Wailuku
District. Polling place, Paia School
house. Thirteenth Precinct The portion
of Makawao District east of the bed
of Halehaku Gulch. Polling place,
Fourteenth Precinct The portion
of liana District northwest of the Ka
paula stream. Polling place, Kcanae
Fifteenth Precinct The portion of
liana District between the fourteenth
precinct and the Hana-Koolau boun
dary. Polling place, Nahiku School
house. Sixteenth Precinct The portion, of
liana District between the fifteenth
precinct and Kipuhulu. Polling place,
Seventeenth Precinct Kipahulu.
Polling place, Kipahulu Plantation
Eighteenth Precinct The remain
der of liana District, Including Kau
po and Kahikinui. Polling place, Ka-
Ninetenth Precinct The portion of
the Island of Molokai north of a line
running along the bed of the Honou
liwai gulch, the southern boundary of
Halawa and the top of the ridge be
tween Wailau and Halawa. Polling
place, Halawa Schoolhouse.
Twentieth Precinct The portion of
the Island of Molokai bounded on the
cast by the nineteenth precinct and
on the west by the east boundary of
Kawela and the Kalawao District.
Polling place, Pukoo Courthouse.
Twenty-First Precinct The re
main .er of the Island of Molokai ex-
enting the Kalawao District. Toll
ing place, Kaunakakal Schoolhouse.
Twenty-Second Precinct Tho Ka
lawao District. Tolling place, Kalau-
Pursuant to the requirements of
ct 197. Session Laws of 1917, notice
is also given that polling places fcr
voters who may be qualified to vote
under said Act 197, or under any law
that has been or shall hereafter be
enacted by Congress relating to or
appertaining to tho purposes of said
cl 197, aro as follows:
The United States Military Reserv
ations at Schofleld Barracks, Fort
Shafter and Fort Armstrong, in the
Jity and County ot Honolulu.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I
have hereunto set my hand and caus
ed the Great Seal of the Territory of
Hawaii to be affixed.
Done at tho Capitol in Hono
lulu, this 22nd day of August,
(Seal) A. D. 1918.
(Sgd) CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Secretary of Hawaii.
(Aug. 30; Sept. 6, 13, 20, 27.)
HOOLAHA KOHO BALOTA WAE
Ma kela ke hoolahaia aku nei 1 ku
like ai mo na hooakaaka o ka Mokuna
8 o na Kanawal 1 Hooponoponoia o
Hawaii, o 1915, he Koho Balota Wae
Moho no ka wae nioho ana i Elele 1
ka Hale o na Lunamakaainana o A
melika Huipuia a i Senatoa me na
Lunamakaaiaana no ka Ahaolelo o ka
Terltore o Hawaii, elike mo ia 1 hoike
mapopoia mahope iho nei, ke mala
maia ana ma ka Poaono, ka la 5 o
Okatoba M. H. 1918, a puni ka Terl
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 o kulike no ia
me keia mahope iho nei:
Apana Elua Na Mokupuni o Maul,
Molokai, Lanai me Kahoolawe Hoo
kah!. NA APANA LUNAMAKAAINANA
O na Apana Lunamakaaina me ka
heluna o na moho Lunamakaainana
e waeia al e kela me keia aoao Kala
iaina, e kulike no me keia mahope iho
Apana Ekolu Eono.
Apana Lunamakaainana Ekolu
Apana Senatoa Elua.
Na Mokupuni o Maul, Molokai, La
nai, me Kahoolawe,, a oia no hoi ke
Kalana o Maui me Kalawao.
Mahele Ekahl Ka mokupuni o La
nai. Wahl Koho, Haleukana ma Ka
halepalaoa. Mahele Elua Kela mahele o ka A
pana o Lahaina ma ka Mokupuni o
Maul, ma ka aoao akau hikina o ka
palena akau o Honokowai. Wahl ko
ho, Halekuai Honolua 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. Wahl Ko
ho, Hale Hookolokolo o Lahaina.
Mahele Eha Ke koena iho o ka A
pana o Lahaina. Wahl Koho, Hale
kula o Olowalu.
Mahele Elima Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Wniluku ma ka aoao o ka
palena o Waiehu a komohana hoi o
kekahl laina mal ka waha mai o ka
muliwal o Wailuku a holomai ka lai
na o na puuone a hikl i ke kal ma
ka awa o Maalaea. Wahl Koho, Hale
hookolokolo o Wailuku.
Mahele Eono Ka mahele o ka A
pana o Wailuku ma ka akau palena
hema o Waiehu. Wahl 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.
Wahl Koho, Halekula o Puunene.
Mahele Ewalu Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Makawao nona na palena 1
kulike no ia mo keia mahope iho nei.
Ma ke komohana ke kae hikina o ke
Kanawal o Maliko, ma ka akau ke kai,
ma ka hikina ke kae komohana o ke
Kahawal o Halehaku, a ma ka hema
oia no kekahl laina e holo ana me ke
alanul Makawao-IIuelo a hikl I ka hul
ana me ka auwal hou o Hamakua i
ka papaku o Huluhulunui oia hoi ke
kahawal o Kaupakulua, a mal laila
aku e holo ana ma ka auwal hou o
Hamakua a hiki i ke kae koho. hikina
o ke kahawal o Maliko. Wahl Koho,
Halekula o Kuiaha.
Mahele Elwa Honuaula me ka Mo
kupuni o Kahoolawe. Wahl Koho,
Hale Hookolokolo o Honuaula.
Mahele Uml Ka mahele o ka Ap
ana o Makawao mawaena o ka ma
hele eiwa ma ka owaowa o Waieli.
Wahl Koho, Halekula o Keokea.
Mahele Umikumamakahl Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Makawao nona na
palena kulike no ia me keia mahope
lu le o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka
akau, ka apana o Wailuku a me ka
auwai hou o Hamakua a hiki 1 ka hut
ana me ke Alanul Makawao-IIuelo I
ka papaku o Huluhulunui oia hoi ke
kahawal o Kaupakulua, a malaila aku
ma ke alanui i olelo-ia a hiki 1 ke ka
hawai o Halehaku, a ma ka hema, ka
hema ka mahele uml. Wahl Koho,
Halekula o Makawao.
Mahele -Umikumamalua Ka mahe
le o ka Apana o Makawao ma ka akau
o ka mahele umikumaniakahi hema o
ke kal a mawaena o ke kae hikina o
ke Kahawal o Maliko a me ka palena
a ka apana o Wailuku. Wahl Koho,
Halekula o Paia.
Mahele Umikumamakolu Ka ma
hikina o ke Kahawal o Halehaku.
Wahi Koho, Halekula o Huelo.
Mahele Umikumamaha Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Hana ma ka akau
komohana o ke Kahawal Kapaula.
Wahl Koho, Halekula o Keanae.
Mahele Umikumamalima Ka ma
hele o ka Apana o Hana mawaena o
ka mahele umikumamaha me ka pa
lena o Hana me Koolau. Wahi Koho,
Halekula 0 Nahiku.
Mahele Umikumamaono Ka mahe
le o ka Apana o Hana mawaena o ka
mahele Umikumamalima me Kipahu
lu. Wahi Koho, Hale Hookolokolo o
Mahele Umikumamahiku Kipahu
lu. Wahi Koho, Halo Halawal o ka
Hui Mahiko 0 Kipahulu.
Mahele Umikumamawalu Ke koe
na o ka Apana o Hana, hul pu ana la
Kaupo me Kahikinui. Wahl Koho, Ha
lekula o Kaupo.
Mahele Umikumamaiwa Ka mahele
o ka Mokupuni o Molokai akau o ke
kahi laina e holo ana mawaena o ka
papaku o ke Kahawal o Ilonouliwai,
ka palena hema o Halawa a me ka
hokua o ke Kuahiwi pale ia Wailau
mo Halawa. Wahi Koho, Halekula o
Mahele Iwakalua Ka mahele o ka
Mokupuni o Molokai 1 apoia ma ka
hikina e ka mahele umikumamaiwa,
a ma ke komohana o ka palena hikina
o Kawela a me ka Apana o Kalawao.
Wahi Koho, Hale hookolokolo o Ptt-
Mahele Iwakaluakumamakahl Ke
koena o ka Mokupuni o Molokai a
koe aku ka Apana o Kalawao. Wahl
Koho, Halekula o Kaunakakal.
Mahele Iwakaluakumamalua Ma
hele o Kalawao. Wahl Koho, Hale
kuai o Kalaupapa.
I kulike al me na makemake o ke
Kanawal 197, na Kanawal Kau o ka
Makahiki 1917, ke hoolahaia aku nei
o ka wahi koho o ka poe koho balota
e loaa ana ka mana koho balota ma
0 ua Kanawal 197 'la 1 olelo-ia, a 1
olo ma o kekahl Kanawal paha 1 hoo
holoia a e hooholoia aku ana paha e
ka AhaokOo o Amerika i Huipuia e
pili ana i na manao na Kanawal 197
'la 1 olelo-ia, penel no la:
No wahi hookaawaleia no ka Oiha
na Kaua o Amerika 1 Huipuia ma
Schcfield Barracks, Fort Shafter a
mo 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 hoopili pu hoi 1 ka
Sila Nui o ka Teritore o Hawaii.
Hana ia ma ke Kapitola ma
(Sila) Honolulu, I kela la 22nd o
Augale, M. H. 1918.
(Sgd.) CURTIS P. IAUKEA,
Kakauolo o ka Teritore.
(Aug. 30; Sept. 6. 13, 20, 27.)
Notice is hereby given that no per
son or persons are allowed to enter
and remove anything whatsoever
from the premises known as the
shares of Kaianui and Lupeau in the
Ahupuaa of Kauwela, Molokai.
(Mrs.) ELIZA HAAHAA JAEA.
Kaluaaha, July 24, 1918.
(Aug. 16 Oct. 25.)
Putting It Over on Jinks
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WJio frets because her husband drinks
And who, when hubby is not looking,
Snoalu booze cure into the family
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LODGE MAUI, NO. 114, A. F. A A. M.
Stated meetings will be held at
Masonic Hall, Kahulul, on the first
Saturday night of each month at 7:39
Visiting brethren aro cordially tn
ritcd to attend.
F. W. FEACOCK, R. W. M.
W. A. CLARK, Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. I KNIGHTt
Regular meetings will be held at
the Knights of Pythias Hall. Wailu
ku, on the second and fourth Friday
of each month.
All risking members are cordially
Inrited to attend.
H. S. PERRY, C. C.
J. C. BLAIR, K. R. & S.
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