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TBE GARDEN ISLAND, TUKSDAY, SKPTKMHIiR 15, '.614
THE PRIMARY ELECTION
Continued from page 1
chairman; M.J. Perriera and H.
M. Nawai. Pcculiartics wen? that
both Kuhio and McCnndles ran
ahead of Rice. Mikaele ahead of
Knudscn, while Kula and Chand
ler led Conev, Fassoth and I.ota
in this precinct.
Makawcli. the fourth precinct,
reputed the stronghold of George
R. Carter, was in charge of Guy
F. Ranken, chairman; K G. K.
Devcrill and Oscar Paalua. This
precinct gave Kuliio its majoritv
vote, that candidate polling 36 to
Rice's 16. Carter and McCandless
broke even at 10 apiece. Mikaele
ran ahead of Kmuisen here aho, 33
to 31. All of the Republican can
didates for the House ranged in the
40-s, while the Democrat, Chand
ler, received 31 votes.
Wahiawa (McIJryde Mill) pre
cinct was presided over bv R. D
Moler, as chairman; Nou Maiioi
and Kapahu Kanekahi. At this
place Rice ran high, polling 50
votes to McCandless 33 and Kuhio
only 6. For the Senate Mikaele
again ran ahead ot Knudsen. the
vote being 50 to 28. Conev was
high man for the House, polling
At Koloa the polls were presided
over bv 1. K. Farley, as chairman;
G. K, Hoopii and Geo. Maioho iitiirurs that members of the Legisla
Rice and McCandless ran close to-jture shall be dieted in November,
gether here, the former receiving i Rice, being a hold-over senator.
39 and the latter 37 votes. Kuliio Will finish his term of two
had to be content with 12. As was j more years in the upper house of
to have been expected, Kula ran 1 tlie Legislature.
high for the House there, his vote
being 50. The next highest wasi I. O. Uitted has received a sam
Chandler, the Democrat, with 45. pan load of pineapple plants from
Lihue precinct was presided over Oahu which he is busy setting out
by Herman Wolters as chairman, on his place at Waipouli. He is
H. Kanikaniliia and Makai Keala- going into tiie business on quite a
ula. Rice, of course, carried that large scale.
precinct by a large majority, he
polling 164 to Kuhio si, Mccand-' Elections Of Officers
less 12, Woods 3 and Carter 1. For '
the Senate, Kmuisen r a n away
aneau oi .uiKacie, miuwhik up wuu i
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122 to the latter s 35-althouch
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these polls, smiling and button-
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holing voters. A little sin prise was
that both Kula and Lota ran slight -
lv ahead of I. II. Conev (This be" -
ing Coney's precinct;, those can-! U,H,ctHt,: Jan,cs ' ota, Luna
.u.. ii! infWv'c!"111 aml D'ctor; Wm. Werner.
The eighth precinct (Kawaihau)
was in cnarge oi i. a. iray,
chairman; Philip Migell and J. K.
Vo,.,.H.ni Mriniu11e; led tlierp
Kaauwai. McCandless led there
for delegate, polling 55 to Rice's
46 and Kuhio's 35 Mikaele again i
ran ahead of Knudsen, 78 to 31.
Lota headed the House ticket, with
79, being followed by Kula ami
will visit Kauai during
October or November and
will take pleasure in
showing to their patrons
many rare and exclusive
articles in jewelry, gold
and silver ware, and glass
that have been critically
selected with the view of
pleasing the most painstaking
Chandler will) fi3 each.
Kilatiea precinct was looked af
ter i v Robert Scott, ch.utni 1;
Dan I.ovell ami John Aknnn Ric
Knudsen, Lota and Kula took tl.e
honors in this precinct.
Tlie llanalei officers were V .
F. Sanborn, chairman; Xoa K.il c
leiki and J K. Kuapuhi. As 1v
ecu (inured. Kuliio led wit'' 7
-mtes, Rice coming next witli v
,v1iilc the oilier candidates trnilc
far behind. For the Senate. Mil-a-i-lc
polled 48 against KtiuiK' s
40. I.ota, quite nattirallv. led for
the House, his vote beine
ilula was next high, with 91.
WHAT PRIMARY MKANS
The results of t!ic nriui.ir' 'n
tioti mean to Kauai simply that
Rice and Palmer Woods will mt
'jc in the running for Con.ro- oi
November 3. The names of Krhio,
McCaudiess, Caitei.md -
io will anpear on the In kit tu
voted for delegate to conci-s, un
less, indeed, one or more of then,
should withdraw, which i?, m t im
probable. The ticket fot the Senate
uill leinain the s:iiue-Knu:seii -.
Mik.iele and the House ticket w;'
also remain the same ( Con v. Kula,
Fassoth, I.ota and Chandler) on
r.ccount of tlu provision in the
Organic Act which iuilitvctlv ic
At tllr 'Hinil'll lntnti,iir yf
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aiuiha Hui Land held nt Wa r
, . . .
'"a. Kauai, on the 3rd. Sept. 1914,
, the following officers were re-e ect-
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c" to hold office for the ensuini
1 ' ' ' ,
!. . .Jnn,CS I Apolo, President an,
i secretary and Director; Hei-.n
irkmvre Treasurer ami Director;
I1'1, ,rt;clor. s- K- Ki
I tor; -1 ' 1,1 LvdRiltC, A
u. iN.aiie.tiu. u rector: k. Kimm
1 1Ianak'i' K.
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. KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotki.
O. Bon. 524 HONOLULU
The Supi.rvi.vois of the Camt
;if Kauai will receive sealed Ten
ders until 10 o'clock A. M. of (,ct.j
7th 1)14. tor furnishing all Matui-
al. Tools. Labor and Machii'L'Vj
and n.acadauizing llnee miles of1
roi'd I t-t weui Waikoko Bridge . nd
Hi ma nrl fiats. j
Also for furnishing all Material t
TcoV, I abor ami machinery and
macadamizing 4500 feel of load
in m the residence of Wm. Worn r
'o the llanalei Landing, and S50
kit i f i !: 1 from 'he H n; ',i i
.( i rt- uitt to the main road
t'. the i . i,i . i g road.
.VI i i the l;itiict of llanalei ;
Bii's tu he acci n.i'M'ctd by a
t'.i! check ;.n ou til g to
ot the . I'Miunt i.i bul,
Bmu'- as riipiiicd py law.
Pk'.iii and spec ficjitioii!- v. i ! 1 be
furnisbt d for the sum of $5.00 on
application to the undtrsit-'iicd.
J. H. MoiiAONi:,
County Road SupervUoi .
Lihue, Kauai Sept S 15 - 22 - 29.
Wauled yoing gii to assi.st i'
taking c;uv of voting ch id :n
Honolulu. AddiehS staling, age
exper.ence, reicrences, salaiy re
quired and nationality- D, P. O.
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I part of hi-, wtek or earlv next.
ill linn- i."il' M-r i" llll
- luti - ) if -in.i
1 i.ii . i i i t
( In this column, continuing until
election dav, will appear the cards
of euididate for I lie Hawaiian
L -ijislaMtre. Voters ire urged to
read them o v e r caicfullv each
week, and act aci ordiugly ) .
1 FOR THK SKNATK
Kek 1 1 1 a . Kaiini.
- Sept. 15, 1914.
To The Voters Of Kauai:
I I wish to extend mv since! e
j thanks to the voters of Kauai for
; the s u p p o r t given me in tin
j i riinarv forlhe Republican iioinina
( i ion for the Senate.
; I feel tiiat I can it.ly upon in
; ,iast record in the Senate as a legi
, i 'at.1 and reasonable basis of ap
i alto the voters of Kauai for thc'r
-i i port at the polls H November
i N'erv f uly yours,
lv . Kcrisi'N.
lli I I! i ni Y
FOR Till-: LEGISLATURE
To the Voters of Kauai:
I beg to acknowledge, with
thanks, the support given me in
ill the precincts in the primary for
the nomination on the Republican
ticket for the House.
Soliciting your individual and
united support, in the campaign,
and at the polls in November, I am.
J. II. Conky.
Representative Sixth District.
Sept. 15, 1914.
FOR THE HOUSE. OF
To the Voters of Kauai:
I take this occasion to thank
.vervone who voted for me in the
piimary .uid gave me the nomina
tion as a Republican candidate for
lIic House of Representatives.
If elected, I promise the people
of this island a vigorous and in
tt'.ligent administration of their
I solicit your support and votes
at the regular election in Novem
Jam us K. Kula
Koloa, Kauai. Sept. 15. 1914.
The Honolulu Construction &
Graving Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha
- liian Express Co. and Nieper's
.impress, solicit the handling of
our baggage upon arrival at Ho
nolulu. Our men meet all Kauai
Steamers and special attention is
paid to Kauai baggage Prompt
and Reliable delivery. Advt.
Dr. Derby, the dentist, will re
turn from Honolulu bv the W. G.
Hall next Friday, the 18th. Advt.
Check No. 316 ou Bank of Ha
waii, drawn bv W. H. Rice in
favor of R. Puuki. Payment is
stopped on same.
Sept 15-22-29-Oet. 6.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
In thk Circuit Court, Fihtu
Circuit, Tkuritorv nv t
At Chambers - In Piolute.
In the Matter of ttie Fitate of
Kainaliiwahini' Kahukii.a, deceas-,
Notice to Creditors.
Notice is hereby given thai the
undersigned has been appoint!
and has qualified as Administrator
with the will annexed of the esu,tr
of Kanialiiwahine Kahukina, de
ceased. All pel sons indebted to
the Lstate ot Kaiiialiiwahine K.
hukiua, deceased, are hereby noil
ficd to make immediate pnvnient
to the undersigned at its office No.
120 South King Street. Honolulu.
Territory of Hawaii. All creditors
of the said Hstate of Kanialiiwahi
ne Knliukin.i. deceased, are hereby
notified to present their claims,
duly authenticated and with pro
per vouchers attached (if any ex
ist) even though such claims be
secured by mortgage of real estate.
to the undersigned at said offitv if
Hawaiian Trust Company, Lntiir
ed, Honolulu. Territory of Hawaii.
within six months fi out date hi.-ie-of
which is the dale oi ihe tiini
publication of this nutke, or with
in six months after the .sank- shall
become due or such claims ahull
be forever haired.
Dated at Honolulu, T. H. Aug.
Hawaiian Trust Company,
Administrator with the will an
nexed of the estate of Kanialiiwa
hine Kahukina, deceased.
Aug. 25th. Sep. 1,8. 1.5 md 22.
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