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THIS WHUKIW IIII.O TIUBUNB HIT,0, HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 16, 1903.
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I'RIDAY, - OCTOIJKR ifi, 1903.
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rUHI.ISIIlit) ItVIMY I'KIIiaV.
1 W. HAWORTH - Ljuitor.
COUNTY RWUIIUCAN TICKIiT.
I,. A. ANDRKWS
NORMAN K. LYMAN
. NATHAN C. WII.LFONG
C. A. STOH1H
For Assessor nud Tax Collector
Gl.OKGK H. WIU.IAMS
For Count) Attorney
W. II. SMITH
THOS. K. COOK
For Members of the Hoard of Supervisors
H. N. HOLM US
S. L. DHSHA
W. G. WALKHR
W. II. LAMHF.RT
RESPONSIBILITY OF VOTERS.
The Republican candidates and
workers in this county have an
excellent chance to win on election
day. The ticket is composed of
experienced and perfectly compe
tent men. Their qualifications are
known to every voter and as the !
campaign progresses the voters of
East Hawaii are coming to realize
their direct responsibility in the
business of local government. It
becomes more apparent as election
day approaches that the man who
casts the ballot is the arbiter of the
County's destiny. It is his business
to choose from the candidates those
who will bast acquit themselves in
office. The choice made by the
voter is the proof or disproof of his
title to the right of franchise. If
the right is used recklessly and
without careful consideration of its
influence in the weighty matters of
experimental county government,
the man so using it is not a good
citizen. Opinions may differ legiti
timately upon general political prin
ciples, but there cannot7 be two
opinions as to how a vote should be
cast, between a competent man and
an incompetent man; between a
man of experience and a man un
tried; between a man who knows
the duties before him and one who
does not. The voter who votes
recklessly or thoughtlessh or spite
fully when selecting men for public
office will likely discover later on
that public business is being con
ducted as he voted. He will in all
probability find out that the affairs
of the county are being run reck
lessly, thoughtlessly and even spite
fully. The anticipation of such
results makes the good citien
weigh carefully his choice of candi
dates. The Republicans in appealing to
the sense of responsibility of the
voter make the highest appeal that
can be made to men witn tne lran
chise. The voters of East Hawaii
are giving heed to the proposition
and are in a more sober state of
mind than they were four weeks
ago. The truth being told to them
by the Republican speakers is bear
ing fruit. The Republicans are not
piaying on trivialities or momentary
flashes of personal or race predjud
ice. They are telling the gospel
truth of good government and what
the voter must do to secure it for
himself and his neighbors.
The names on the ticket at the
. .1 . .1 f ' 1' '
tee that the gospel of good govern -
ment will be carried out and there
linn! nt 1incn tnliilllliL rni i irtldl-nil. I
is good prospect that with united 1
effort for the next three weeks, the
majority of the voters in East Ha
waii will believe it, and vote as they '
Tniv reason why l'red Heckley
isapovveri..the,K)litic,of the Is -
lauds is because he is fearless. He
is not afraid to support the best
ideas and the best men, 110 matter
what label they bear.
1 custom House, j.iijiior License, tie , can iivoia asking tlitlr Irienils to he their
Tun suit in the- .federal Court bondsmen by nppljuig to this Company.
brottirht by one Beruer airainst the Kates of premium nud further information will he furiiishtd oniippliciitioii to
Planters' Association charging vio-1 HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO Ltd
latiou of the U. S. statutes in bring- MUWULULU I M V to I m t IM I UU., Uia.
ing 117 Koreans into Hawaii, has1 Conoral Agont.
been dismissed. Ijudd lluihling, Merchant Street Side, Honolulu
Tint decision of the Supreme
Court in the registration nmmhimus
cus taken up front Kauai settles
the question that only those who
registered in 1002 may vote nt the
County election. Whether a fail-
urn In ri'iristnr likminliPici 11 rltiiMi
as a candidate for office, was not n
point decided by the court. The
names, therefore of 1'airchild of
Kauai and Lambert of this Island
ivill crr rn flin nfTininl linllnt imdnr
.. , , .,
a ruhtifr made by the Supreme
Court in 1902 in the case ol August1
That Ifred W. Heckley is sup
porting the Republican ticket in
Honolulu, will be surprising news
to the members of the Home Rule
convention here over which Mr.
Heckley presided. That Heckley is
favoring the Republican ticket be
cause he believes the Republicans
the best men, is also a good prece
dent for Home Rulers on this Is
land. If Heckley supports Oahu
Republicans because they are the
best men, Home Rulers on this Is
land have a right to follow suit.
Tine eighth page of this issue of
the Tkihunk is devoted to the can
didates on the Republican ticket.
Some important facts are told con
cerning each candidate and reasons
enough are apparent why every
man of them should be elected.
KrXUUMUAX Sl'r.AhT.lt IIIX'KI.KY.
Clinlriiiini IIIIo llnnio llulc rniiwu
Hon for Itcpuhllnins.
Honolulu. Oct. 13. I;red
Heckley, speaker of the House f 1 matches will be played at Honokaa
Representatives of the last I.egisla- , nld nilo win SCU, a lllllllljcr of
ture, spoke first in English and then men over Ulere lo hc,p the KouaIn.
in Hawaiian. He said in part. ilcs wnal Ule viclory from lhe 1Io.
"I am not a Republican but a ,, playerh, 1I Ilcrbert has
Home Ruler, but I believe that the l)ec the active spirit in the arrange
true principles of Home Rulism llIeill of raatcucs between Hawaii
are in the election of the best men ad 0ahu R Aluk.rs011i thecrack
that can be found to fill public player of thc loca, cricketers. will
offices. The w hole trouble with the 1 caplai1 u,e Honolulu team.
Home Rule party is in its leaders!
and not in the party itself. ' rioncers to Volcano.
"A great responsibility rests upon 1 Honolulu, Oct. 10. The steamer
the voters in this election to find , Iwalaui of the Inter Island coin
men who are capable of filling the ' pany departed last evening for Ho
offices. tnnpo and Punaluu. She carried
"If you do not vote for the peo- several passengers, pioneers to the
pie that can run the government , scene of the volcanic outbreak on
you will have the burden of debt to Manna Loa. Among them were
shoulder in the future.
"Don't vote for men who have
spots on them, for the public will
get into difficulties through their I
"Vote for the people that are pro
gressive, who can run the govern
ment. You want people who can
run it economically and not men I
who will raise the taxes and put the
new government in trouble, men,
that if the country runs short of
funds, can go to the bankers and
merchants and get cash,
"Vote for people who will push I
the country ahead and not men who !
will put it into bankruptcy. I
"The duty lies with you to elect
the proper people to office. If you
elect men who can raise the mone
when it is needed, then you will
have t0 g0 wjti,ollt pay, and, conse
(tuently you and your families will
"The legislature of 1901 had a
Home Rule majority both in the
Senate and in the House," said he.
"But notwithstanding the efforts I
made at theexpirationofthesession,
country was in the same condi
tion as before the members of the
1 90 1 legislature met."
Tlie speaker referred to the
county auditor. "Vou have on one
hand a man who has been in pub
lic office a long while, one who un
derstands his work; while on the
lol,Mfr 1)aud a luau vvas l)Ut "1 wll
SURETY ON BONDS
The Fidelity Insurance Company
CAPITAL STOCK, $100,000
'Ths company Will Act as
c . . ...
Suroty Bonds on All Approved Plans
1'irsons holding positions of trust where bonds are niptim), either as Secre
tarits, Agtnts, Cashiers, Clerks, Ooverniiient Huiplojes, or County Oflicials, or in
Court proceedings as Administrators, C.iiirdiims, Hxecutois, Kieeivcrs, etc., or
had absolutely no experience in
that work. My advice to my fel
low countrymen would he to elect
men to office who hnd had sufficient
Then Mr. Hccklcy made a refer
ence to the fact that he was elected
speaker of theIIou.se of 1903 and
while exercising the authority
vested in him he had always dealt
with impartiality on any question
llmt tvnq lirntlirllt lipfiffp liint.
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Mr. Hccklcy said it was through
tne courtesy oi tue caiuiuiates on
the Republican ticket that he was
permitted to speak on that plat
The speaker said the future of
the Hawaiiaus and of the country
depended on what was to happen
during the next year, that the
United States was observing them,
and that the Hawaiiaus must be
careful in selecting the people who
are to run the government and it
must be run economically, with in
telligence. Men must be elected in
whom the business community had
The speaker was given round
after round of cheers upon finishing,
holding the audience closely
throughout his address.
" ' .
Onliu vs. Ilinuill.
Honolulu, Oct. 8. It has finally
been arranged by the local cricket
ers, after conference with the Ko
hala players, to take a trip to Ha
waii 011 the steamer of November
14 for the purpose of playing a
series of games. This will give the
Kohala men a chance to practice
tit) and nreuare for the frav. The
Frank Davey the photographer,
who will endeavor to procure photos
of the volcano in action; Q. II.
Herrey and wife and Einil Herudt
Subscribe for the Tkihunk,
Island subscription $2.50.
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WinmitAS, Act ji r the regular session I
of 93 " "'e Legislature of the Territory
of Ilawnli provides that an election shall
be held on November 3rd, A. I). 1903, for
the purpose of electing County officers,
and that at least sixty da)s prior to the
3rd day of November, A. J). 1903, the
Governor shall issue a proclamation lor
A'rw, Ihcrefoi e, in accordance there
with, I, Sanford II. Dole, Governor of the
'Territory of Hawaii, hereby give notice
l)mln ,IH.d(l, e(Con f()r C()iml. omccr.
ir the several Counties of the Territory of
Hawaii, will be held on Tuesday, the 3rd
day of November, A. 1). 1903, between
the hour, of 8 o'clock a. m. and 5 o'clock
p. in., In each County throughout the
Territory, except the Count) of Kntawao,
including Knlaup.ipa, Kalawao and Wni
kolu, on the Island of Molokai.
The Comities are as follows.
COUNTY OK OAHU Including the
Island of Oahu and nil other Ishuds of
the Territory not included in any other
COUNTY OF MAUI Including the
Hands of Maui, Molokui, I.nnnl nud Ka
hoolnwc ami nil other Islands within
three nautical miles of the shores thereof,
but not including that part of the Island
of Molokai known as Knlnupapi, Kala
wao and Wnikolu.
OOUNTV OP WHST HAWAII In
eluding the Districts of Knit, North Ko
hnln, South Kohala, North Koua nud
South Kou.i, upon the Island of Hawaii,
.ind nil other Islands within three nauti
cal miles of the shores thereof.
COUNTY OI' HAST HAWAII In
cluding the Districts of Hito, I'liua nud
Hamakin, upon the Island or Hawaii,
mid nil other Islands within three nauti
cal miles or the shores thereof.
COUNTY Ol' KAlfAl Including the
Islands of Kama and Niihau, nud nil
other Islands within three nautical miles
or the shores thereol
County olTiccrs to beekoled.
POR TIH. COUNTY OH OAHU.
Seven Supervisors, two or whom shall
be elected ftotu the Pout th Representa
tive District, two from the Pifth Repre
sentative District and three from the
County ut large.
Sheriff, who shall be Coroner ex officio.
County Clerk, who shall be Recorder
Assessor and Tax Collector.
Treasurer, who shall 'je License Collec
tor c.v officio.
FOR HACH OF THH COUNTIHS OF
MAUI, WHST HAWAIJ, HAST
HAWAII AND KAUAI.
Sheriff, who shall be Coroner c.v officio.
County Clerk, who shall be Recorder
Assessor nml Tax Collector.
Treasurer, who shall be License Collec
tor ex officio.
Tlie Registration Precincts are as fol
lows: FIRST DISTRICT.
Puna, Hilo and Hamakin, I si mil of Ha
waii. First Precinct All of Puna except Ke
ami and Olaa.
Second Precinct Tlie lands of Kcaau
Third Precinct Tint portion of Hilo
lying between Puna nud Pouahavvnii
street nud roid and the line of its exten
sion to tlie sea.
Fourth Precinct That portion or Hilo
lying between the Third Precinct and the
Fifth Precinct That portion or Hilo
lying between Ilouolii stream and the
laud or Maknhaualoa.
Sixth Precinct That portion or Hilo
lying between the Fifth Precinct and the
bed or the Waikaumalo Gulch.
Seventh Precinct That portion or the
First KIlcUom District lying between the
Sixth l'rccinct ami the bed or the Kaula
Hlglith l'rccinct That portion or the
First HIection District lying between the
Seventh Precinct and the laud or Knlopa.
Ninth Prtciuct That portion or the
First HIection District lying between the
Highlit Precinct and the bed or the Ma
Tenth Precinct That portion or the
First HIection District lying between tlie I
Ninth Precinct and Kohala
Kohala, Koua and Kau, Island of Hawaii.
First Precinct Nortli Kohala.
Second Precinct South Koh.ila.
Third l'rccinct That portion or North jmtlciil, ami Taxation District or Koolau
Kona b ing north or the northerly bouu.,,ui.u i.lllL, ...... .....1 llorlh of ,. iillc
dary or Holualoa and a line running Trotu
the north corner of Holimloi to the south
corner or Pumiualuilu.
Fourth Precinct Tliat portion or the
Second Flection District hounded by the
Third Precinct, Hnmakun, Kau, the
boundary or Kc.iauhoii from Kau to Ho
natulan, the iioith boundary of Ilonaunan
ami the sea.
Fifth Preci.icl-That portion or South
Koua lying between Keei and Olelo-
,llo.!'"V , . ,
Sixth Precinct I hat portion or South
Koua lying between the Fifth Precinct
Seventh Precinct That portion or Kuu
'''" '-'' S"tli Kiti nml I'litnilmt. '
lilglll l'tecinct The runminderol Kau
Islands of Maui, Molokai, Lnmil nml Kn
Secoml 1'reclncl That portion of the ,
Island or Molokai excepting K"lll'.
Kalawao and Wnikolu. ,
J Mini l'rccinct. lint portion ol wwl
Maui lying between the lauds of Walka
pu nud Houoknwai.
1'ourth 1'recincl That portion of West
Maui lyliiK between the lnnds of Hona-
knoo nud Wnihee, known as Kaauapali.
Fifth 1'recinct The Islnud of Initial.
aixui trccinci-inni poriiou 01 me
District ofWnlluku lying west nud north-
west of n line running from the mouth of
Wniluku stream southerly along the smd I
l.illstoMaduea Hay and including the I
Island of Kahoolawc.
Seventh Precinct That portion of the
District of Wailiikii bounded by the Sixth
Precinct, the lands of Pulehuuiii, Kelia
linn, Kailua, Hokuulaaml Ilaiuaktiapoko
and the sea.
liighth Precinct 11 that portion of
Kula on Hast Maul lying west of n line
running from Houuaula lo the north
boundary of Pulehunui on the line of the
two hills Pun o Kali nud 1'iui o Kohn.
Ninth Precinct The remainder of1 District of Wauuea extending from llano.
Kula mid thai portion of Hatnakinpoko pepe to tlie boundary line buween W.ii
lying south-west of the Mnliko Gulch and men and Kckalu Plantations and extend
tiMuknortlicro.nl running from Katun- ing along a line in continuation of the
mii to the Mnkawno Jail nud u line in ex- said bouud-iry to the sen.
tension thereof. 1 Hoiirtlt Precinct Prom nud including
Tenth Precinct The renniuder of Hn-' KiiI.iIum to and including Haiiapepe.
maUu-ipoko and that portion or lHtn.v Hifth Precinct Tlie District of Koloa
kiialoa lying west of the Kahalchaku , from its junction with Ulitie to nml In
stream. eluding tlie land or Law.ii.
Hleveiith Precinct Tint portion of j Sixllt Precinct Tlie District ol While.
Hnst Mqui lying between H.ilehaku anil ' Seventh Pncinct Hxteiiding from the
Opuola strenms. land of Pup in to nml including the land
Twelfth Precinct Tli.it portion of Hast 0r Wmlua.
Maui lying between Opuola and Knpaula
Thirteenth Precinct All tint portion I Pupm.
of Hast Maui ljing between the Twelfth Ninth Pacinct Hxtending from Kali
Precinct uml Kipahulu. J hivv.it river to the north boundary of tlie
1'ourtccnth Precinct Kipihulu nml i District of Waiutca
Pifteenth Precinct-Thill portion or testimony ulicruif. I have hereunto
Hast Maui lying between the Fourteenth r , bcl '"' ,l,",, a",, cnusul
Prerinet nn.l th.- Ki.-hil. n...l NTIi.il. l'r... , tSKAI'J "i--.il or the Territory of Hawaii
ciucts, including KahUciuui
FOURTH DISTRICT. ,
All that portion of the Island or Oahu
lying east nml south or Nutiami street
and 11 line drawn in extension thereof
lrom the ?.ituauu Fall to Mokapu Point. ,
First Precinct All thai portion of the
said District comprised ill tlie District or
Honolulu and lying east of a Hue running
from the long bridge on Ala Moaua to
the north angle or King nud Piiiiahou
streets, the true bearing being N. 30 deg.
30 mill. V.., thence along Piiiiahou street
to the foot or Mauoa Road, thence uiauka
to nud uloiig the western edge or Mauoa
Valley to the head or the same.
Second Precinct All tint portion or
tlie said District lying between the west-1
erly boundary or the First Precinct nml 0
line running from the seashore along
Sheridan street, Piikoi street extension
and Piikoi street, to and along the west
ern boundary or the I.uu.ililo Home
premises to the south comer or Kal.iwa-,
hiue and along the eastern boundary or
Kulawahiue until it strikes the western
side or tlie First 1'rcctuct at a point about
1400 feet mnuka of Tantalus. j
Third Precinct All that portion of the
said District bounded by the westerly
boundaries of the First, Second ami '
Highth Preciuets, Nuiinuu and School
streets, a line running from the junction
or School and Punchbowl streets, to the
old flag pole crest ol Puhchhoul und the
summit or tile Kouahuaiiui range.
Fourth Precinct All that portion or
the slid District bounded by the Third
and Highth Precincts and llerctnitin and
Fifth Precinct All that portion of the
said District bounded by the Highth Pre-,
cinct and lleretania, Punchbowl, King
ami Mllilani streets and the water front.
Sixth Precmct-All that portion of tlie
said District bounded by Milil 1111, King,
Punchbowl, Her. tiuia and Ntiuanu streets
and the harbor.
Seventh Precmel All tli.it portion of
the said Distrii t lying outside of the Dis
trict of Honolulu
Highth Precinct All that portion ol
the said District lying between the west
erly bound irv of the Second Precinct and
n Iiik- running front the shore along
South, King and Alapii streets, and from
the head of Alapii street to the old flag
pole crest ol Punchbowl, thence to mid
long easterly edge of Pauiu Valley until
it strikes the westerly line or tlie Second
Precinct nt a point just inakai of tlie hog
bick at root or Tantalus Cone.
All that portion or the Island of () dm
lying west and north or Nuu 11111 street
aiida line drawn lit extension tluiuni
from the Nuu inn Palt to Mokapu P iim
First Precinct All that oortioii ol tin
llrawn fr()ll llll; Nl , .,,,,, lo Ml)kml
Precinct Tlie Judicial and
Taxation District of Koolaitloa.
Third Precinct The Judicial and Ta
nlioii District or Wainlua.
Fourth Precinct The Judicial and Tax
ation District of Waiau.ie.
Kiflll I'riHMIU't All Ill.il nnrtiiltl of 1 1 1 1
jH(Udtl1 ,, Taxation Dist.ict or Hw.t,
C0lllpruwi i xw lands or Ho.ieaeai.il
Sixth Precinct All the remaining por
I tiou or tlie Judtciul ami Taxation District
I of Hwa.
' Seventh Precinct All that portion or
lIutKtltilu nr Koiw lying mi It I of tli
King street rond ftttin the I(vh Hud t1
the Kin street bridge, nud all timillwi of
mid road from the Kvtii line to the inttiii
roid up Ralihi Valley.
Highlit l'recinct -Alt that portion of
Honolulu or Komi lying mitikn of the
King strict road from the uiniu roud up
rc1ilil Vnllc to I.iliha strict and a line
,irimll from l)lL. i1D,Hi il(,rl.of ill extension
of the line of Judd street, to nud along
the ridge forming the vvesteily border of
Ninth Precinct All thot portion of
Honolulu or Koim lying between the
Highlit Precinct nud Nittinuu stteet, nml
tllIlkn f linc ()rtmll ,1, Sch0i
8lrccli tle Nlummt sUl!nm nml i,cretaa
Tcmh i.rteinclA, tllnl portion of
,) or Ko , jlolIII,lt,i , King,
Lilihn mid School streets, the Nuiialilt
stream, Ilereltmia nud Niiu.iuti streets nud
Islnud of Kuuai and Niihau.
Hirst Precinct The Island of Nllhou.
Second Precinct That portion of the
District of Wniitien extending from the
Third PrieiiiLt to the Puumaaua Point,
Third Precinct That portion of the
' Highlit Precinct Intending from Ka-
lih win river to mul iiuliulim' Hi,. Inn.l .,C
to be hereto affixed.
Done at the Capitol in Honolulu this 31st
day of August, A. D. 1903
(Signed) SANFORD II. DOM.,
Ilv the Governor,
(Signed) G. R. CARTI'R
Secretarj or the Territory. 45-8
W. A. TODD'S
I have opened a shop on Waiaitueitue
street, next to Demosthenes' Cafe, where
I am ready to make
GOOD HARNESS and
English Saddlos a Spocialty
W. A. TODD.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
houses Wired and
III accordance vv ith the rules of the Na
tional Ho ml or Fire Underwriters.
A complcti stock or
Fixtures, Shades. Table, lied and Desk
Lamps, etc . alwajs on hand.
pan yotors . SIO
. ,, - .
Fan Motors, swivel frame, 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them ft a mouth
Prico of Lamps Koducotl.
1G-C. P. Lamps, 25c Each
Hstiiu ites furnished on nil classes oi
Hlectrtcil Work and Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
ARlv MADK FROM
Pl'RH H TRACTS
Prompt I)clnur for
25c per Doz.
Please Ring l'p Phone 117.
Mffiu ami I'.ictoiv
Opposite )r Rice's
S. DECKER, Mgr.
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