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TIIH WKHKI.Y HII.O TttlilUNK. 1111,0, HAWAII, TUKSUAY, tmi'TKMIMK 6, hjoj.
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Slje )ilo vUuuu,
ATKINSON AMI (JUl'IK
SKPT. fi, 1904.
lo furnish nil tin other fruits ami r
ioliUlt s that your noil can prodttcu. The
. American h.-ciiIi- have neUT lulled, in
llepillillrilii l.i.i.lrr AMren lliiMwltiTliowKriiiltlieMiicrKcncy, andlu Whkkkas, The Act to pinvidc a
inuiiir .ueu rum. isucnncine.wiiu me a.iiiiiionni siiiim- - . , .. ,. . .
. I uwikiiiuiLiii mm tilt 11 iiikii 1 ut iinnnn
provides llmt n general election shall lie
I'oiiinK .ic-imii.ii.i school umise. .iiATonu UAinnATinu nn
foregoing Hf'ti ( inn I uun 11111 lun I lull UU.
EiitcKililtthc Posloffice nt llilu, tin
wall, us second-class matter
IHIIII.ISIlttD KVKKV KKIllAY.
J, Casti.k Kuhjwav - Ktlitot
1). W. Maiimi - limine Manager,
liittim nf 11 ttrnfilnlitt frnili I nlti ulillt
I I "" '" " ""IV .( . i,...w
Really tue entire tncinucr.suip 01 ,mr nilo will he fouuil iculy to supply
!of the Young Men's Kcpubllcnn ' foteign rt1iippin; under the foreign Hii".
helil on the Tuesday next after the first
Monthly In November, A. I). 1904, nnil
that attract fnrtvilnvbelnriiiiiO election.
Delegate Ktiilio was greeted with the Governor shall Wine nn election pro-
WmtKKAH, It Is provided In the Rules
anil Regulations Tor Administering paths
IMPROVED NEWS SERVICE.
i p.ver iiiiimiiiii 01 tne purpose m
I it n..uLMat.., iii! 11 nt1iit,.r mill dw- '
,1 l ,, -ft.'. . li"-" ..H.. i .. .....
i -em in ill or of news the TkiiiI'NK
is enabled by special arrange
I nieiits willi the Inter-Island Tele
jgtnph Ci.nipnnv to nive toils
r.n.l.rn K.fttiiiin it ll It I tilu ictillr
till of the latent niui most inipor-
tiint cable news. This we have
idone, believinj; the public would
appreciate ihe advantages of an
ineiea'cd news sen ice and or the
t op ortunity of receiving at the
J beginning of each week all f the
win Id news np to the hour of
j iit'Ni; will be published every
jTmsdny tnorning in time to
1 reauu im.iiiii miuuiiici-i ,,v,,-
J the arrival of the mails from
noltilit. jscsi les tne cam
Club, and some others, gathered I "" Americi. HlpiiiiK iiihUt th
.. . . . , 1 li it , . ' American line.
I'tt.inj niglil in bitcnion's Hall to h
l.st -n in liiklressts bv Seciet.itV A
II.. C. Atkttoii, deltgute Kuhio uppwu-.e wiieu ue iook tuo piat
I mid other leadeis in the republican I form, and after speaking a few
li.ntiv. Onini! to the lack of seats 1 "ords in Hnglish he begged leave
there was standing room only when , to make his address in Hawaiian, n,i Holding Elections that no change
President Jus. I). Lewis culled the as tlie nuijotity ol those present Ulmll l nmile tin to the Imundarles ol
u e ting to order. After explain- were ol that race. His general Uuy precinct wlthluslNiy dayt of elect
ing the munose ol the meeting undinrgument was mm uie iiuwaunusunn,
uuill the arrival of the piiucipul 1 could not getanthiug itultss they, sow,
Tiikkki'okk, III Bccordance
The elcitoiR in the
sentatlve DItrictH im- j-ntitleil tn ele I
Representatives as follows:
In the l'irst District four; !
In the Second District four;
In the Third District-sit;
In the I'ourth District six; I
In the I'lfth District six;
In the Sixth District four, '
In Tkstimonv Wiikkkoi', I have here
unto set my hand and caused the seal of
the Territory of Itavvnii to he i.llixed. '
Done at the Capitol, tu Honolulu, this
29th day of August, A. I). 1904. 1
('.. K. CAKTKK,
Governor of llnuiili.
S. S. ENTERPRISE
I patche- received by the Wireless,
Ihe paptr will contain a lull re-
speakers of the evening he called
upon John wise to ailtlrcss tne
young men. Mr. Wise is an elo
quent speaker in either English or
the Hawainiii tongue, aim his re
marks weie lull ol good advice and
a plea lor party harmony. Any
other couise would cause deafeat,
be said, and as a reformed Home
Ruler he spoke whereol he knew
as the causes of that parly's
. When he closed, Secretary A. L.
C. Atkinson whs introduced by
f resident Lew is as the next "Gov
ernor," and was received with
much enthusiasm. This is the
litst oppjriuuity the Secretary has
hait of meeting lace to face and
in tin. t addies-iing the Club ol wliicn lie
,. ,iis. was the ongiuator and mainspring.
fell ill line with those in power. Of therewith. I, George K. Carter, Governor
course it lolloweu that tue party in
power have the giving of the most
His remarks, which he lead, are u.
i stltne of all island news and arti- J "My l'tiemis: rue montiis go ny
cles of special interest to island I .quickly, and although nearly eiglu
1 tm :i .1 !.. .......... ...ill 'months have elapsed since I whs here
! readers. Whilethe 1 Kilil'NMVil J , wim0oxernor carter it seems as if it
J be in no sense an agricultural t rtc)t. y yvsterd.iy. Von will recall
weekly, sj)ecial at entiou will be .lui then 1 impressed upon jou the
given to mnttcis pertaining to 1 1 iieccssiiy 01 n.mUy 1u1110rg.1111t111.il.
. - .. I W'lwllier ,nv u.nriU at tlitit liniH hull illiv
agriculture, fruit growing, iliver- , ..,. .,'.. ,1 , .,. m, ... 1.,
1 sitied industriis and general local '., iMll j i,ve kept verv closely in
news. In other words the 1 KI-1 touch with polmcilailairs 111 this purtol
husk will contain each wqek the f V,""U"1." vul" '"""p,"' ,l"f, """P1
. , r . -.1 .. ...i .1. .1 i.leasuio I have nolieeit that hoth organj.
j wisuniu ui jcMeiiiiij nun un. j 1 fcUj0 11(i iLirmony are not things ol the
iJ news of today delivered at your J ,Msi m Hilo. The Young .Men's Republic
door or through vour local post-! ' an Club ol ilils city seems to hae taken
office. We feel assured that the t '!' of tilings with foice. While, no
. . P .. , ... ...... , i I doubt, there isslill plenty ol competition
. effort of the 1 kiiu'NK hi thus im- I lU ' u us lo ' r cholce of' camli.
! proving its news service will meet ! ,HtCs u.r the Legislature (and it is only
with the hearty appi oval of the J .right that there should be such competi-
1 itoii yti inter me couveiitiou uas iinisii
led us duties ami vour candidates are
nominated I feel confident that the Re
publicans of l!aaii will work together
as one mar to elect the choice ol the
majority lor the good of their district,
lor the good ol the parly and fur the good
1 of the whole Territory. (Applause.)
! "On ihe day that 1 left Honolulu I was
...11 1 i .il r .1 .1. ..
luiKii.; 111 iu) unite 111 uiv luugica:, uiui
Hud been developed in Hilo. Notwith
standing all the jokes ol which Hilo is the
hint 1 Snid that mere whs 110 part of this
Territoiy which had made more sub
slai.ttal improvement and development
hv its individual efforts than thiscilv had
done. It may be that some may have
proving its news service will meet
with the hearty appioval of the
t reading public, and we only ask
! ibr that measure of consideration
t to which expended effort is enli-
tied for value received.
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The danger of exposure toepede
inics cannot be to strongly impress
ed upon a community. There is
loo often a feelintr of apathy in re-
He related the experience of McICiu
ley, who was beset by politicians 011 al I
sides for political favors, ami the wisdom
which it required of the President to
select his advisers. McKinley chose
Mark Milium because of his influence and
the woik he could accomplish. Gover
nor Carter occupied a similar position in
Hnwaii, ntid it devolved upon the voting
men ami members of the Young Men s
Republican Cluli to prove their wortli
and slreuiilh. If this oruauizatioii could
control the voles, tlietitlicy wouia receive 1
recognition ami could demand what they
wauled at the hands of the Governor.
He then referred to the claims of the
democrats that Parker would he eleclid,
but from his view of the national situa
tion lie assured his heaters that Roose
velt would be the next prcsidtnl. The
republicans lme been in power formally 1
vears. and the Ilawalians could not ix-l
pect to receive consideration ol arepuhll
.can Congress unless they joined the
party 111 power, lie relerreil to tile illllc
cullies which confronted him in Wash
iiigtcn, the ig'iotauce of national legis
lators on Hawaiian affairs and conditions.
Senator Mark llaiiua was the first man
he met oil his arrival at Congress, ami he
received much helpful ml vice and In
spiration from President Mckinley s
right hand iiihii. He was told by Senator
Haiiua that for the Ilawaiiaus to remain
in a party of their own, to establish a
color Hue and oppose the whites, meant
that thry would be classed with the
negroes, whom they were not. He was
ible to secure I In wan, 01 legislation only
of the Territory of Ha vall, hereby glv
notice that a general election for a Dele
gale to the House of Representatives of
the United Stales lo serve during the
IMfty-nintb Congress, and for Senators
and Representatives of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii, will lie held on
Tuesday, November 8th, A. D. 1904
throughout the Territory between the
hours of 8 o'clock a. 111. and 5 o'clock p.
The Senatorial Districts are as follows:
l'irst District The Island of Hawaii;
Second District The Islands of Maui,
Molokai, Lima! and Kahoolawe; ,
Third District The Island of Oaliu;
l'ourlh District The Islands of Kauai
The electors In the said Senatorial
Districts are entitled lo elect Senators as
I In the l'irst District two
In the Second District two;
I III the Third District three;
1 In the I'ourth District one.
I -The Representative Districts, Rcgist-
ration Precincts ami Polling Places are
1 as follows:
I PIRST DISTRICT.
' l't'NA, HILO ANI1 IIAMAKUA, ISt.ANI) OH
I'ikstPri'.CINCT That portion of Puna
lying south of Keaau ami from Ihe east.
I Mr, linililflirv rf Infill If, lllf (.nctprll
w .,u.. ....... , w. ...... ... ..... ........
' SaniCcWo. '"'" """
Juno 19, '04 July G, '04
July 23, '04 J Aug. 9, '04
; Aug. 2G, '04 Sept. 12, '04
Sept. 29, '04 Oct. IG, '04
Nov. 2, '04 I Nov. 19, '04
Doc. 6, '04 I Doc. 23, '04
R. T. GUARD, Agent.
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after the greatest difficulty, and soon boundary of Kaniaili, following that
doing ami was sanguine of success if re-' boundary ofthe kaohe homesteads and
elected ami permitted to carry 011 the a Hue the extension thereof to the Imiind
work lie had commenced. . "' nrv nf k'rami.
n 1 .....1 . .'1 1 . "J
1 nc gleaner icciicii iu uic jiruwucil
regard to health matters until the been disappointed up to the present time
I litis Hlit.nrllitMlilulll tt lllik Wifitt litttfl
ill ill. niiiui iiuiiiiiv.ui ' iit. lunu iiii
grim demon Death follows in the
Hail of a terrible scourge and leave.1
Ihe country blighted and destitute
Heretofore Hilo h.'.s been sing
ularly fortunate in escaping such
calamaties, but she cannot expect
to lie always immune. Too often
the individual who has no insur
ance is the first to suffer loss. The
mil reuicinlier that we have only re
ceived as yet one-half of the amount
that we have been authorized by the
'resident ol the United Slates to borrow,
ami 1 can avaire von, gentlemen, that if I
cm assist ou in securing a proper share
to have proper work done on this island
you cm call upon me. Hy your own ad
vancement you have shown that in-t-grity
ami industry are the best pos
sessions which any man can have. No
body can eive them to him and nobody
... r ,,..,i;.,.r ,.t l.n.ilil. lean take them from him; they belong to
iiiiioriancc of attending to nealtli , , , , , ,, J ,
sinitation was lorcenbly Drouglil pL.rly. They are good things to have and
home to these islands when the igooit things to keep; they make happy
plague afll cted Honolulu and near-1 homes; they achieve success In every
v riiineil llmt citv It was demon-' walk ol life; lllc lmvc wo" llle Krellll;st
l rtitntil tliatcilj. 11 wasciemon truim.,hs fl)r mankind; the merchant re-
straled that had eflc tive precatt- lqilires u,,.-clerk whom he employs to
tiouary means been employed the ( have them, the railroad wants them in
ravages of this direful disease could is engineer and in its conductorjemploy.
lint... Im..,. avoided nt that time. ",eut w""s(", t,,cm nl cal,,tnl require.
hill making the Hawaiian language the
ollicial language ol tlie legislature lor a
Polling Place Kalapaua School House.
SHCOSI) I'KISCINCT The lands of
periml of ten years. This he explained Keaau and Olaa
:......: i.i . !..... .:.... ,1... ..:.... 1
was intended to keep alive the native
tongue and permit Hawaiian members to
introduce bills iu their own language
without being compelled to have tlie
s one translated first into Kuglish. The
Delegate declared that every patriotic
mini must be iu politics. A man who
did not take an interest iu politics was
not inspired by a patriotic love of
country. He had advised Rev. S. L.
Desha to do so, agahist the hitter's will,
and pointed with pride to the splendid
work he had accomplished.
Other speakers addressed the
meeting, including I). Kalauoka
lani, Jr., who two years ago sup
ported the Home Rule party and
visited Hilo with Delegate Wilcox
and his father, Senator Kalattoka
lani, making stump speeches over
the Island. When the party be
came disorganized young Kalauo
kalani had the courage pf his con
victions, deserted his father's nartv.
and is now a staunch supporter of
. . MM
? W -A I T .
Sr scow "SEE
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Polling Place Road Hoard Stables;
itJ miles Volcano Road.
Third Prkcinct That portion of Hilo
lying between Puna and l'otialiawai
Street ami Road and the line of its exten
sion to the sea.
Polling Place Davies & Co.'s Ware
house, corner of Waiakea and Kalepo.
1'otiTii Prkcinct That portion of Hilo
lying between the Third Precinct and
the Honolii Stream.
Polling Place Circuit Court Honsc at
I'li'Tii Prkcinct That portion of Hilo
lying between Honolii Stream and the
laud of Makahaualoa.
Polling Place Papaikou School Housi .
Sixth Prkcinct That portion of
Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct
and the bed ofthe Waikaumalo Gulch.
Polling Place H011011111 Court House.
Skvknth Prkcinct That portion of
-1-1... 'trnata ,i Mnnif it r iirniiorn . . ...
1 ue iMj.Mii ui uraiiu .iiuujjii This year there will be many new
their agents have had their atteu-1 voters iu the Territory, some of them of
tiou called to the unsanitary con-1 Hawaiian birth some of foreign birth and
liilmi nf rcrtnin nnrlimis of Hilo !,ti" lll'ers born upon American soil.
Iition ot certain portions 01 11110. .fhese JOUI,Klllcll si,uuia, between now
Dr. Stow, government physician. an,j ck.ci;0ii, talk politics with their
with the aid of Sanitary Inspector elders. They should learn which ofthe
Howinau and the cooperation nl Kreut American parties nave done the
tunic 111c uiin 111
power ami Demo
the Republican cause. Sheriff An-! tlle I,irst Election District lying between
speech ill 01x111 i-recinci ami me ooumiary 01
drews also made a short
land of Huu
JMMIIlilll 1(1111 HI- wuiiiviuviwn n in . 1
..liter physicians, are doing splendid nVmocu'c
work iu reclaiming these blemished
spots. They are requiring house
holders to clean up their houses
and yards. In Waiakea bairels of
lime and whitewash have been used
lo good effect. Citizens are request
cratie control of the National administ
ration has inevitably been followed by
ruin and disaster. Take the time ol Pre
sident Cleveland, for instance, when
factories were clostd from one end ofthe
United State, to the other; when banks
were shutting their doors eveiy day;
ed lo set rat traps and poisoned when Coxey's great army of the une
. . . .1n.....l ..-Miuil nn,.,, liu ni, Inli ...1.,
meats to kill rodents, winch nave
become so prolific during the past
(cw weeks and are- a source of
meance to the public health especi
ally iu tropical climates like Hawaii.
ployed marched upon the capital; when
free soup houses were established in every
large city in the country; when clothing
had to be distributed free to keep the
needy from freezing to death. Have we
heard anything of this sort since our late
President McKinley succeeded Cleveland
or during the administration of President
Roosevelt? (Cries of "110, 110.") Not a
word! These are things for you young
men to think upon, but one other "thing
for you to remember is that the poorest
American boy iu these United States mid
this Territory of Hawaii and this city of
Ilaiuakua, including the
Polling Place Lniipahochoe
! KimiTii Prkcinct That portion of
i the Pirst Klection District lying between
, I the Seventh Precinct and the lauds of
PROACIIES AT WAIAAMA GULCH,, Polling Place Kaohe School House.
Ninth Prkcinct That portion of the
First Election District lying between the
Eighth Precinct and the bed of the
Polling Place Houokaa Court House.
Tknth Prkcinct That portion ofthe
First Klection District lying between the
Ninth Precinct and Kohala District.
Polling Place Kukuihaele School
Ki.kvkntii Prkcinct The balance of
Puna lying south ofthe Second Precinct
and east of tile First Precinct.
Polling Place Kapoho Ranch Ilaru.
KOIIAI.A, K'ONA AND KAU, ISLAND Ol'
First Prkcinct North Kohala.
Polling place Circuit Court House.
Skconii Prkcinct South Kohala.
Polling place Waiuiea Court House.
Third Prkcinct That portion of
The Hoard of Registration for the First
Election District will meet at such times
and places as hereunder advertised to reg
ister all persons duly ipialified to vole.
Knaho mm ka Papa Hoopmi Ino.i o ka
Apaim Koho Paloka Kkithi. Ma kahi a
me ka tuanawa i hoike ia uialalo nci.
Sept. 12. Hilo, Flrcuiim'ti Hall, o a.m.
lo 4 p. in.
Sept. 13. Mt. View, 8 to in a. ill.
Kurtlstowu, i:,y to 3:30 p. 111. Keaau
Store, 4 to 5 p. m.
Sept. 14. Waiakea, Lucas llo.il Laud
ing, 9 a. 111. to 12 111. Kapoho Coffee
Shop, 4 to 6 . ui.
Sept. 15. Opihikao, ion. m. tn 12 111.
Sept. t6. Knl.'ipaiia School House, S
a. in. tni2iu. PaliiM Store, 5 to 7 p. tn.
Sept. 17. Hilo, Fireman's Hall, 7 to
9:30 a. tu.
Sept. 19. Papaikou Store, 9:30 to it
a. 111. Pepeekeo, Upper Store, I to 2 p. m.
tiouomu More, 3:30 to 5 p. 111.
Sept. 20. Hakalatt Store, 9 to 10:30
a. 111. Papaalna Store, 2:30 to 4 . 111.
Laiipahoehoe, Maltio Res., 6 lo 8 p. m.
Sept. 2t. Ookala Pllu., Office, 8:30 to
9:30 a. 111. Paaullo Store, 1:311 to 3 p. 111.
Sept. 22. Houokaa, Holmes More, 9
a. m. to 4. p. 111.
Sept. 23. Kukuihaele, Jones Store, 10
to 11 a. m. Waipio, Akaka Store, 2 to 6
9:30 a. 111.
10-30 to 11:30 a. m.
Store, 3:30 to 6 p. tn.
Sept. 26. Akoni Fernandez Res., 10
a. 111. to 12 tu. Paauiln,J. Waiohiuu's
Res., 2 to 3 p, in. Kaiuehe, Kauaahi-:
polu's Res., 5 to 6 p. in.
Sept. 27. Kukniau Store, 8 to 9 a. m.
Lnupahoehoe, 3 to 6 p. 111.
Sept. 29. Hakalau btore, 9 to 10 a. in.
Pepeekeo, Lower Store, 12 111. to 1:30
Sept. 29. Hilo, Fireman's Hall, 1 to 4
p. 111., 7 to 9 p. 111. 1
Sept. 30. Waiakea, Lucas Iloat Laud
ing, 1 to 4 p. tn.,. 7 to 8:30 p. tn. I
Oct. I. Mt. View, 8 to 9 a. m. Kurds- ,. . . r ,. r
town,ioa.m.ti2m. O. S. Co. Office, WOWine UaSOllIie tHglM
y,i l0 5 P' '." , ,. Self-starter and reversible engine. In
Oct. 3. Opihikao, 10 to 11 a. in. Ka- lracticttbiHty it is equal to the steam en-
lapana, 4 to 8 p. 111. . glue. Sizes from li h. p. upwards.
Oct. 4. Kaniaili, 12 til. to I p. in. Boats fitted with this engine or frames, ol
Oct. 5. Puula, Eldert's Res., 9 a. in. to a"' size l0 or(l?,r- ?' lljc"V,rs "''I'1
J ' J do R. A. LUCAS, Manager
12 111. 1
Oct. 7. Hilo, Fireman's Hall, 1:30104 p.
in., 7:30 tog p. m.
Oct. 8. Waiakea Mill, 12 m. to 1 p. m.
Waiakea, Lucas B. L., 3 to 4 p. 111. Fire
man's Hall, 7 to 9:30 p. iu.
S. L. DESHA, (KIWINI.)
Waipio, Akaka Store, 8 to
Kukuihaele. Jones Store,
Waiakea Boat House
R.A. LUCAS S: CO., Prop'rs.
WAIAKKA RRIDGK, HII.O
CONCRETE ARCH CULVERT AND AP
SOUTH HILO, HAWAII.
Proposals will be received at tlie office
of the Superintendent of Public Works
until 12 o'clock of September 19, 1904,
for constructing a concrete arch culvert
and appioaches at Waiaama Oulch, Dis
trict of South Hilo, Hawaii, T. II.
Plans and specifications are 011 file at
the office of the Assistant Superintendent
of Public Works, Honolulu, nutl with E.
E. Richards, Agent Public Works De
partment, Hilo, Hawaii, copies of which
will he furnished intending bidders 011
receipt of $5.00, which sum will he re
turned intending bidder after he has de
posited his bid ami returned the plans.
Proposals must be submitted 011 the
blank forim, which will be furnished hy
the Assistant Superintendent of Public
HAVE NOW A FLEET OF
and Small Boats
FOR PUBLIC HIRE
1 asscugcrs and baggage taken tn ami
from vessels in the harbor at reasonable
rates. Launches and row boats lo hire
1 for private picnics ami moonlight rides.
RING UP ON TKLKPHONJC
Chairman, (Luna Hoomatu.)
E. H. LYMAN,
ALL KINDS OF
GOODYEAR RUBBER CO.
It. H. PEASE. President.
SAN FRANCISCO, CAI... f. S, A.
1. i- !.. r int ..!... 1 jut m . - .-
IC Home Kllle ami rOpullStlC IIU In IIUI- "' hu"' w Hmom tne uigu , . ., uiudibcu i-iujMi-iiu lur iinicreii ' sown corner 01 ruuai.aiiuiu
uci tii oil in inn irniiuriiituitii m 1 nu- .. : . ... 1 . . . .
rines occasionally awakes from ,, ' , , . I r M " ' K'vnl mc" invert nun Approacnesai w.iiaaimi Polling Place-Circuit
.... , it riiiiiiiu- 1 111111111 iir-. i..... ... 1 a
u v,vinliiio ilrcnins .anil fives ex- ..uri. l(, u.. i.,i r-.. . .. liiilcli, District of .South Hilo, Hawaii, Kailua.
TV ". .. . --.". "-". m .. If,.u-r.. Iu,-iv,-r'
mi tn nnii' rational uio:m. ter was lust Drenarine 10 take 1111 tlle, .---- .
T. J. Ryan the great Coniinonei
of Olaa and exponent of Demo
lis ii-lvoviicy ol an a,ricnltnral 'l'11811 "' vv -"7 w "e hskcu
. ,, j- ., ,i, , from Congress for Hawaii, and I can as-
colleRe in Hawaii has much to Mire yo; Uml ' liar)()r HI1
comineiKl it. hxpenenceil educa- ym,r Federal building will not be
tors feel that the average Hawaiian toigotten. The day is not far distant
vm,i1i nn. nnt filtPil Inr thp hiirlipr when the Atlantic and Pacific oceans
u mention and that the student and
the community would derive much
greJiier benefit from a systematic
001 rse of training; in the principles
ol agri'-iiltiire than by anv attempt
10 make stale-men or professional
men ol tmwat s sous, ngricui
Works, uml eucloreil iu a sealed envelope . North Kona lying north of the northerly
addressed to Hon. C. S. Holloway, Su- boundary of Holualoa and a line running
perinteudent of Public Works, Honolulu, I from the north corner of Holualoa to the
' south comer of Puuaiiahu
Court House al
will be joined by the Panama Canal ami j posa payable to C. S. Hull
none of 1 b can realize wlinl thlswillmeau 1 1,,,' ,, r ,,,., .- , ,
to Hawaii. The ocean that surrounds us I "tMiik-nlof I ulilic orks, ,
will be studded with ships of commerce
hearing their freight to ami from the
shores ofthe Orient. With your break
water solidly constructed and protecting
your harbor there is no riasou why Hilo
should not have its slime of the trans
itu il colleges have been established 'acme train? us well as Honolulu, 1 luse and delivered at tlie odice of the Super-
tnil are successfully maintained in '""' "-alickerh will call litre for fuel- imendent of Public Works previous to is einctand Kau.
and art .sin.u..ssiuii 111.11111.1111-.11 11 4.,,,,! r oil, in, the case may be. You can ,,,., .,,,. ,,, Polling place-Papa
nearly every siuie aim iciniuiy 111 uvep it lure just as well as tlie business " Suvhnth I'uwnv.-f
11.. 11 ;,.,, MM. ,. nrr. wtnif. inutitii. iin-n of l loiuilnlii run i!,.,.i ii tiinn. . ti,v. 1 he Superiuteiideiit reserves the rieht ' ""..-
.. ,'... Y. A... -C f .L ... will II. I'll l"r.ll llll-nl. mill tvllprn . -nil Mmv In rniirnl nnnnriill l.t.K , Kail lyillg between
lions nut uy net m .ungic.v ic- '',..-.',":,-' ; , .; .i', J ' ' .........
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r i.i .,.., ,., ilw.Sr (.ti ii inairi iiiuu uic iiikiics in iiuwuur
Cfive federal support, and tlie r y(lll i.ave more and better bananas than
noil; speaks for itself. Why should Honolulu can supply and when the time
Mil Hawaii have such a college? comes I am quite sure you will be able
That portion of
Each proposal must contain the full ! the Second Election District bounded
name of the patty or parties making the !' the Third Precinct, Hauiakua, Kau,
same and all persons interested tuerein, ! Ihe boundary of Keaauhou from Kau to
uml must be accompanied by a certified , Honaunau, the north boundary of Honau
check of of tlie amount of tlie uro- I "an d tile sea.
oway, Super-' lolling place Konawaeua hcliool
as surety that l House.
if tlie nronosal he accented a contract will FlITU Pki'.CINCT That portion ot
he entered into. South Kona lying between Keei i and
No proposal will be entertained unless Olelonioana I.
made on the blanks furnished by the As Polling place Hookeua Court House,
sistant Superiuteiideiit of Public Works, ' Sixth Pukcinct That portion of
houtli Kona lying between the Fifth Pre
-That portion of
South Kona ami Pit-
C. S. HOLLOWAY, Polling place-Wuiohiiiu Court House.
Superintendent of Public Works, i EioiiTii Prkcinct The remainder 01
Honolulu, T, II., Aug. 30, 190). 44-3 Kau,
Notice Neither the Masters nor
Agent of vessels of the "Matsou Line"
will be responsible for anv debts con
tracted by the crew. R.'T. GUARD,
Hilo, April 16, 1901. 34-
Power ol" Attorney.
During my absence from the Territory
of Hawaii, H. Vicars will act for me
under full power of attorney.
Hilo August 191I1, 1904. 43-4.
E. N. HOLMES
Importer and Healer in American and Foreign
Dry Goods and (rocorios 3
Boots and Shoos j
Hats and Caps
Ladies' and Men's Underwear
Hardware, Paints and Oils
Flour, Feed and Hay -2
High-Class Furniture ami
Crockery and Glassware j
House Furnishing Goods 3
Rugs, Matting ami s
Grass Cloth 3
Wagons and Carriages
E. N. HOLHES
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