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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1614
PUHLIC NOTICE 01? PRI-
v MARY KUCTI0N.t5Sjy'
1, J. Mahiai Kaneakua, Cotintv
Clerk of the County of Kauai,
Territory of Hawaii, do hereby
certify that I have on the 12th day
of August, A. D. 1914, received
from the Honorable Wade Warren
Thayer, Secretnrv of Hawaii, a
Public Notice of Primary Election,
and in accordance with paragraph
2. of section 4 of Act 151 of the
Session Laws of 1913, I do hereby
of the County of Kauai
(Seal) Territory of Hawaii, to
be affixed hereto.
Done at the County Seal
at Lihuc, this 14th day
of August, A. D. 1914.
J. Mahiai Kanuakua,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
Ma Ke Kauoha
HOOLAHA KOIIO B A LOTA
Owau o J. Mahiai Kaneakua
Kakauolelo kc Kalanrt o Kaua!
publish so much of said Notice as Teritore o Hawaii, m a kcl ke ho
is applicable to the County of js.a
uai. Territory of Hawaii, as fol
PUHLIC NOTICE OF PRI
Notice is hereby given that in
accordance with the terms of Act
151 ot tlie bession Laws ot lyu a
Primary Election for the purpose
of making nominations tor a Dele
gate to the House of Representa
tives of the United States and fot
a Senator and Representatives of
the Legislature of the Territory of
Hawaii, as more particularly hero
matter set torth, will be Held on
Saturday thk 12th. day ok Sum-
r.iiu, A. D. 1914, within theCoun
ty of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
between the hours of 8 o'clock A
M. and 5 o'clock P. M.
The Senatorial District and the
number of candidates for Senator
to be nominated by each political
party is as follows:
Fourth District Islands of Ka
uai and Niihau One.
The Representative District and
the number of candidates for Re
presentatives to be nominated by
each political party, as follows:
In the SIXTH DISTRICT four.
oia nci au ua loaa mai ia'u ma ka
la 12 o Augate, M. H. 1914 mai
ka Mea Hanohano Wade Warren
Thayer, Kakauolelo o Hawaii nei,
he Hoolaha Koho Halota Wae Mo
no; a i kulike ai me ka niakeinake
o ka mahele 2 o ka pauku 4 o ke
Kanawai 151 o na Kanawai o ka
Ahaolclo o ka M. H. 1913, ma ke-
ia ke hoolaha aku nei au i kekahi
mahele o ua Hoolaha la a ehkehoi
me ka mea i pili mai i ke Kalana o
Kauai, Teritore o Hawaii nei. eli
HOOLAHA KOIIO IJALOTA
Ke hoolahaia aku nei ma keia
elike me na olelo o ke Kanawai
151 o na Kanawai o ka Ahaolclo o
ka M. H. 1913, e malaniaia ana he
Koho Balota Wae Moho no ka wae
ana i Moho Elele i ka Hale o na Lu
namakaainana o Ameika Huipu
ia a i Seuatoa a i man Lunamaka
ainana no ka Ahaolclo o ke Teri
tore o Hawaii nei, a elike hoi me ia i
hoike ia mahope aenei, ma ka Po-
aonokala 12 o Srpatkmaiia, Mi
H. 1914, maloko o ke Kalana o
Kauai, Teritore o Hawaii, niawae-
na o ka nora 8 A. m. ame ka liora 5
APANA KOHO SENATOA.
O ka Apana Koho Senatoa ame
The Representative District, pre- ka nui o na moho no ka noho Se-
cincts and polling places are as
DISTRICT FOURTH SENA
The Islands of Kauai and Nii
hau, constituting the County of
First Precinct. The Island of
Niihau. Polling place, Niihau
Second Precinct: The portion of
the District of Waimea, on the Is
land of Kauai, wost of the bound
ary between the Kekaha and Wai
mea plantations and a line in ex
tension thsreof along the western
eage ot waimea valley to t li e
southern boundary o f Na Pali.
Polling place, Kekaha school-house.
Third Precinct: The portion of
the District of Waimea, on the Is
land of Kauai, between the second
precinct and the bed of the Mahi-
naulii Valley. Polling place, Wai
Fourth Precinct: The remaiudei
natoa e waeia ai e kela ame keia
aoao kalaiaina, penei no:-
APANA EH A. Na Mokupuni
o Kauai ame Niihau, - Hookahi.
APANA KOHO LUNAMAKA-
O ka apana koho Lunamakaai-
nana ame ka nui o ka moho Luna
makaaiuana e waeia ni e kela ame
keia aoao kalaiaina, penei no:
Iloko o ka APANA EONO.
0 ka Apana Koho Lunamakaai-
nana, ua mahele kono ame na wain
e koho ai, penei no:-
APANA KOHO LUNAMAKA-
AINANA EONO APANA
KOHO SENATOA EHA.
Na Mokupuni o Kauai ame Nii
hau, oia no hoi ke Kalana o Kau
Mahele Ekahi:- Ka Mokupuni o
Niihau. Wahi koho: Halekula o
Mahele Elua:- Kela Mahele o ka
Apana o Waimea ma ka Mokupuni
o Kauai, ma ka aoao komohana
of the District of Waimea. Poll in ir I aku o ka nalena nimvnenn n nn mn.
place, Makaweli schoolhouse. hiko o Kekaha ame Waimea. ame
Fifth Precinct: The portion of kekahi kaha loihi e pili ana me ke
the District of Koloa west of the kae komohana o kc Awawa o Wai-
west boundary of the land of Ko- mea a hiki i ka palena heina o Na
Ioa. Polling nlace. office of the Pali. Wahi Knhnr- TTnlpfcnln n
Mclkyde Sugar Company at Wahi- Kekaha.
Mahele Ekolu:- Ka mnhelr n
Sixth Precinct: The remainder Waimea ma ka Mokupuni o Kauai
oi me District ot Koloa. Polling e waiho ana mawacna o ka mahele
place. Koloa courthouse. elua ame lalo o ke Awawa o Mahi
seventh Precinct: The District natih. Wahi koho:-Hale hooko-
of Lihue. Polling place, Lihue So- lokolo o Waimea.
cial Hall. Mahele Eha:- Ko koenn rilrii n trn
JUgntti 1'reciuct: The District of Apana o Waimea. Wahi koho:-
Kawaihau. Polling place, Kapaa Halekula o Makaweli.
Courthouse. Mahele Eli
Ninth Piecinct: The portion of Apaua o Koloa ma ka aoao komo-
the District of Haualei east of the hana aku o ka palena komohana o
Kalihiwai stream. Polling place ka aina o Koloa. Wahi koho:-ma
Kilauea schoolhouse. ke Keena Kunakako o ka Hni Ma-
Tenth Precinct: The remainder hiko o McBryde ma Wahiawa.
of the District of Hanalei. Polling Mahele Eono:- Ke koena mai o
place, Waioli courthouse. ka Apana o Koloa. Wahi Koho:
The Coolest Place in Town
Lihue Store Soda Fountain
J. I. Silva, Prop.
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P. O. Box 502 HONOLULU
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Box 524 HONOLULU
in testimony whereof, I
have hereunto set my
hand and caused t h e
Great Seal of the Terri
(Seal) tory of Hawaii to be af
Done at the Capitol in Ho
nolulti, this 5th day of
August, A. D. 1914.
Wadu Wakren TiiAyiiR,
Hale hookolokolo o Koloa.
Mahele Ehtku:- Ka Apana o Li
hue. Wahi Koho:- Lihue Social
Mahele Ewalu:- Ka Apana o
Kawaihau. Wahi Koho:- Hale ho
okolokolo o Kapaa.
Mahele Eiwa:- Ka mahele o ka
Apana o Hanalei ma ka aoao hiki-
na o ke kahawai o Kalihiwai. Wahi
Secretary of Hawaii. Koho:-- Halekula o Kilanen
In testimony whereof I
I w .- - ivv. IVUCJIU till u u
have hereunto set my ka Apaua o Hanalei. Wahi Koho:..
hand and caused the seal Hale hookolokolo o Wninli.
I hoike no ka oiaio o keia,
ke kau nei au nialalo ae
nei o keia i ko'u lima!
me ka hoopili pu ana
mai i ka Sila Nui' o ke;
Teritore o Hawaii nei.
Hanaia ma ka Hale Au
puni Poo ma Honolulu i
keia la 5 o Augate, M
Wadk Warren Thayer,
Kakauolelo o Hawait.
I hoike no ka oiaio o keia,
ke kau nei au malalo ae
nei o keia i ko'u lima
me ka hoopili pu ana mai
i ke Sila o ke Kalana o
Kauai, Teritort o Ha
Hanaia tin ke Kahua Ha
le Poo Oihana Aupuni
ma Lihue i keia la 14
o Augate. M.- H". 1914.
Kakauolelo, Kalana o Kauai.
J. O. Lutted. who had been vis
iting Kauai in the interest of oil
stocks represented by him. return
ed to Honolulu Saturday night.
The cottage of the manager of
the Kauai Honey Company, locat
ed some 300 yards back of the
Fairview hotel, was destroyed by
fire at about 3 o'clock Friday
The origin of the blaze is not
positively known, but it is sup
posed to have come from a defect
in the stove arrangement in the
Apana, the man in charge, while
endeavoring to save his effects, was
severely burned about the neck
and face and his hair was singed.
D. Wm. Dean, Paul O. Schmidt,
Sheriff Rice and the servants from
the Fairview, first on the scene,
formed a bucket brigade and suc
ceeded in saving the main build
ing of the honey company, al
though it was only six feet away
from the burned structure. The
(In this column, continuing until
election dny, will appear the cards
or announcements of candidates
for Congress and the Hawaiian
Legislature. Voters are urged to
read them over catefully each
week, and act accordingly.)
FOR THE SENATE
July 28. 1914.
To The Voters Of Kauai:
I hereby formally announce my
self a candidate for nomination by
the voters of Kauai at the primary
election to be held September 12,
1914, as a Republican, for the Sen.
ate of the Territory of Hawaii.
1 feel that I can rely upon mv
past record in the Senate as a legi
im itc and reasonable basis of ap
peal to the voters of Kauai for their
support in the primary and at the
polls in November
Very truly yours,
E. A. Knudsen.
HON. .1. 11. CONEY.
FOR THE LEGISLATURE
To the Voters of Kauai:
I hereby give formal notice that
I will be a candidate in the pri
mary election on September 12 for
nomination as a Republican to sue
ceed myself in the House of Re
presentatives of the Territory of
I have been urged to seek elec
tion at your hands to the Senate
this time, but atter clue considera
tion have concluded that I can best
serve you and the island of Kauai
in the House.
Soliciting your individual and
united support, in the campaign,
and at the polls, I am,
J. H. Coney,
Representative Sixth District.
July 17, 1914.
FOR THE HOUSE OF
To the Voters of Kauai:
I hereby announce myself a
candidate, as a Republican, for
nomination by the primary t o
be held September 12, 1914, for
the House of Representatives.
If nominated and elected, I
promise the people of this island a
vigorous and intelligent adminis
tration of their affairs.
I solicit your support and votes
in the primary and at the regular
election in November.
James K. Kula
Koloa, Kauai. Julv 20, 1914.
To The Taxpayers
Mr. M. R. Teves, has been duly
recoinmissioued, from July 1, 1914,
as Deputy Tax Assessor and Tax
Collector, of Kawaihau District,
County and Island of Kauai.
J. K. Farley,
Assessor, Fourth Divisiou.
Koloa, Kauai. August 11, 1914.
P. Maeschert, chemist of Oahu
Sugar Company, inventor ot the
now celebrated "Maeschert
Groove", came over to Kauai on
the Kinau to visit Koloa and other
plantations in the interest of his
latter building contained about
$300 worth of honey, a larger lot
having leen shipped away only
In run Circuit Court, Tni
Circuit, Territory oe v
At Chambers -In Probate.ty).--In
the Matter of the Es'tajc of
Au Con Chc, deceased.
Order of notice of Petition for"
allowance of accounts, determina
tion of trust and distribution of
On reading and filing the peti.
tion and accounts of S, K. Kaeo
administrator, wherein petitioner
asks to be allowed $1188.39 and
charged with $1 175.30, and asks
that the same he examined and
approved, and that a final order
be made of Distribution of the re
maining property to the persons
thereto entitled and discharging
petitioner and sureties front all
further responsibility herein:
It is ordered, that Snhir,l.
5th day of September, A. D. 19 1 4
at 9:30 o'clock A.M. l.fPA ,,.
Judges of said Court
Chambers at his Court Room in
Linue oe and the same h.-mh., i-.
appointed the time and nlace for
hearing said Petition niu!WA&'
counts, and that all persons?,,,
tercsted may then and there appear
oiici snow cause, if any ihey hae,
wny tne same should not lie
ed, and may present evidence as 10
who are entitled to the said pro
perty. Dated the 21st day of July, 1914
(Sgd) Lyi.b A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd) D. Wm. Dean.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Inly 28th. August 4th, 11th, 18th.
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If you travel via
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(Parcel Post Charges Prepaid)
Two eater and double rum.
ble Overland automobile in Mod
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Dance At Makaweli
A very pleasant feature of the
week-end at Makaweli was a dance
at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
n. b. Padgett, attended by a larjte
number of the young people of
that and neighboring tpwns, Riven