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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULY 75, 1916.
Special Washington correspondence of THE
GARDEN ISLAND.) ,
Washington, D. C, July flrd:
The Army appropriation hill, re
ported to the Senate todn.v, contains
an amendment inserted hy tlte Sen
ate Military Affairs Committee, ap
propriating 8H.),(XK) to permit the
Secretary of War to have a survey
made for a military road system on
tluKsland of Calm. The Delegate
from Hawaii, through Senator War
ren, offered an amendment to the
bill providing for an appropriation
for the survey of the road and the
eoinineneeiuent of work; the total
cost limit to he 1,0()(),(H)0. The
Committee decided, however, t o
authorize, the survey at this time,
and the establishment of the road
system will be contingent upon the
result of the survey and the esti
mates fur the ci instruct ion of the
The military committee also
adopted an amendment to the bill
to grant Dowsett and Company per
mission to remove from the Scho
field Harracks Military Reservation
buildings erected by them during
the iense held by Harvey K. Whit - -
ney; olso an amendment trnnfer
ring the land known as Puuloa
Military Reservation, Oahu, to the
Stuart To California
(Special Washington Correspondence of THh
GARDEN ISLAND )
Washihgton, D. C, July 3rd:
Judge Stuart today called upon the
President and left with him his let
ter resigning from his position of
District .Judge in Hawaii. Judge
Stuart will not return to the Islands
but will go to Denver and after aj
visit w ith former friends there prob
ably will make his home in South
ern California. Judge Stuart's let
ter of resignation has not Uen made
public, but if it should 1-c. it is
lieved it will lie found to contain a
scathing criticism of the Pinkham
Mrs. I). II. Sloggctt and children
are spending a few weeks with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. S. W. Wil
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Notice to Candidates
for Delegate, Senator
A primary election for the pur
pose ot making nominations for n
Delegate to the House of Repre
sentatives of the United States and
for Senators and Representatives
of the Legislature of the Territory
of Hawaii being required by law
to be held on October 7k 1916, at
tention is called to Section 85 of
the Organic Act and Sections 30,
33 and 35 of the Revised Laws of
Hawaii, 191!), as well as other sec
tions pertaining to elections.
Section 30. R. L. 1915, reads in
part as follows:
"The name of no candidate
shall be printed upon any offi
cial ballot to be used at any
primary election unless a no
mination paper shall have been
filed in his behalf as provided
in this chapter.
"Nomination papers tor can
didates for delegate to con
gress shall be signed by not
less than twentv-five qualified
electors of the Territory.
"Nomination papers for can
didates for either branch of
the legislature shall be signed
bv not less than fifteen quali
fied electors of the district for
which the person nominated
is a candidate."
Section 33, R. L. 1915, reads in
Part as follows:
"Nomination papers shall
be filed as follows: For dele
gate to congress and members
of the legislature, with the
secretary of the Territory, at
least thirty days prior to the
day for holding the primary."
Nomination papers of candidates
for delegate to congress, senator
or representative should be filed in
the office of the undersigned not
latet than twelve o'clock midnight
on September 7, 1916. Each no
mination must be accompanied by
a fee of $10, CO, as required by law,
in cash or postal money order pay
able to the undersigned.
Blank forms of nomination pap
ers may be had on application to
the offices of the County Cltrks of
the several counties.
The twenty-five electors who
I sign nomination papers of canpi
le-jdates for delegate to congress and
the fifteen electors who sign nami
nation papers of candidates for
senitor or representative must be
qualified to vote at this, not the
last, election. All candidates for
delegate to congres, senator or
representative should therefore
verify the names of the -electors
who sign their nomination papers
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nation papers have been duly
registered on the Great Register as
electors duly qualified to vote for
them in their respective election
districts at the election to be held
oh October 7. 1916.
Wadr Warren Thayer,
Secretary of Hawaii.
The undersigned having been this
day duly appointed Administrator
of the Estate of Margaret I'unohu
Akina (w) late of Wainutt,, Kauai,
deceased intestate notice is hereby
given to all persona having claims
against said estate to present them
whether secured by mortgage or
otherwise, duly authenticated and
with proper vouchers, if any exist,
to the undersigned at his residence
at Waimea, Kauai, within six
months from the 25th day of July,
191(5, when this notice will appiar
for the first time in the (iarden Is
land newspaper of Lihuc, Kauai, or
they w ill be forever barred ; and all
persons indebed to said estate arc
hereby requested to make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
Lihue, Kauai, July 20th, HU.
Joseph A. Akika,
Administrator, Estate of Margaret
July 2.5, Aug. 1-8-15.
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