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Tiik .Rkithucan Pahty
HAULES WaUUEN FAIHUAXKS.
oivaii Krr.io Kat.an janaoee
(Second Senatorial District.)
, N. I AYsl'XDKN
. E. Kai.ama
(Third Representative District.)
A". J. CoKLiio
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Wosks K. Naktixa
A. N. It AYS ELD EN
(Kikha Opio) ,
U-aiCAIIA KA IWA I NA l'AU".
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
(MOIIO SENATOA MA KA AO AO
HEP U BALIKA, NO LAMA IX A
ixuies ana j
Of the Republican Par
ty of the Territory of
Article 1; County Conventions.
Section' 1. Tho basis of repre
sentation in all County Conven
tions shall be by precincts, and each
precinct shall be entitled to one
delegate for every twenty-five votes
cast in the precinct for the Repuh.
'iean candidate for Representative
receiving the highest number of
votes in his precinct at the last pre
ceding general election; provided
lllttt whenever after dividing sai.l
Republican vote by twenty-five ;
there is a remainder of fifteen d I
more, then the precinct is entitled j
to an additional delegate; but each
precinct shall be entitled to at learn
:ne delegate to said County Con
vention, although the Republican
vote as aforesaid slium.i be belov
venty-tivt . T.; i. o . of de.
uales to whicn ear., precinct is en
titled, to be computed andpublibh
fd by the district committee bien
nially in the month of June in the
call for the election of delegates to
he district committee. Upon a
failure to issue such call tho Terri
torial Central Commht e all act.
Sec. 2. Delegates U tlic County
Convention shall be voted for at a
primary to be held on the first
Saturday in August, between the
hours ol Z anu h o clock p. m. or
upon call of the Territorial Central
Committee or iis Executive Com-
:-.('. .;. llic (..niiiiTv I (iiivei.tln'.i
ri.i. !:. i oiiiii:.ito candidates for
( vv; i r 1 1 v ol'K cs, anil elect lueiubei'S
to the Cotiiiiy Cum in it tee.
. . e. i. A pi'xy i. tiie County
v inveir.i''ii iimy l' Liven l v one
li.Ll..tier liiil'mi to anouiei' iuClii-
ber of stich couentioii, but
number shall hold more than one
Article II. District Committees
Sec. 1. There shall bo a district
committee .in each representative
district, which shall consist of de
legates from the prccints of such
district upon the basis of one dele
gate for every twenty-five voters or
fraction of twenty-live votes cast
in the precinct for the Republican
candidate for the Senator receiving
the highest number of votes in his
precinct at the last preceding
general election; Provided that
whenever after dividing said Re
publican vote by 2- there is a re
mainder of fifteen or more, then
the precinct is entitled to an addi
tional delegate, but each precinct
shall be entitled to at least one
delegate til said district committee
although t!:.' Republican vote as
aforesaid in said precinct shall lie
below 'St. Tl.' nuuiber of .'. ;Tt' s
lo u ion ea.-ii i c in . . ..- in... ..
to be iMi!!j-..t.''l and p. on..- i ,
dislrici co,...;i,U .i:-en;i'.a..y. in
the month of June in the cait for
the ' lection of delegates to tiie dis-
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.;ei. . J. i 1 1 isirict coiiii'.n : !:
phail s. i' ce until tin- cleeliim ,yi a
,c v (i:.-ll iei coiniiiittee, such cloct-
:. to be held on ihe tirsi Saturday
of Angus! imiiiedsately jii-eceding
the general election for Senators,
and tiie committee so elected shall
meet for organization on the second
Friday of August at a place to be
designated in the call for such pri
mary. Sec. .'. The district committee
shall be charged with the general
care and supervision of the party
within its district. It shall take
such measures as it may deem ex
pedient to secure the orga.nb,,Uion
and maintenance of a precinct club
in every nrrcinot and. to secure the
with party jvorkers, and" shall have
frtcTiaj,ge of .11 "Campaigns within Its
district; it shall cajl primaries at
such tuneiifs wiftH nc Ti'siil uy law,
orthc Territorial Central ConniTit-
tee; it shall decide all disputes ill
said district; and if any precinct
club shall fail to elect its full quota
of delegates, or in case of a tie vote
or vacancy it shall elect a delegate
from said district who shall serve
for the term, or until another elec
tion is ordered and decided; and
nominate candidate for the House
Sec. 4. The nomination of can
didates for Senator in districts
where the representative and sena
torial districts are not co-extensive
shall bo made by the several dis
trict committees within such sena
torial district sitting jointly.
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HON. PHILIP PALI
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
LA i IAIN A
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meet at such regular times
as it may tlx, and at p.v:sil times,
uj-on I j of tii. eii ri eiaii. or ex-
etiltive eoniur.t l-'e. nr lV ! lie c'hrt'.i"-
loan upon the wrilii-n reijuol of
se en members f tin. district eoni
uiittiie. or uj.o'i tie' c:all of the Tcr-
li'ol'i.ii C Mil Mi. I ConiiMitlee.
See,. S. For SJiecial tuci'i iilg. due
notice shall be given each member .
in advance, or notice by postal
card shall be mailed to each mem
ber by the secretary three days in
advance of such meeting.
See. 9. One-third of the entire
membership shall constitute a quo
rum. Sec. 10. The executive commit
tee shall elect its own officers, but
the treasurer erf the district com
mittee shall be the treasurer of the
executive committee. It shall car
ry into effect tho orders and reso
lutions of the district committee;
it shall have general supervision of
the committee's finances, audit the
treasurer . annual report, recom-
nwvl dates dnu places for holding
primaries, Provide for amlijave
the custody of ill Jieadquarters o?
the district coihinitteejavbharge
of tho distribution of plrtraqa&e;
report at each regular meeting up
on all matters previously referTed
to it for consideration or action ; rec
commend such measures as it may
deem expedient for the welfare of
the party in the district; and un
less otherwise ordered by the dis
trict committee, shall have entire
charge of and supervision of the
conduct of campaigns. A majority
shall be a quorum for all purposes
Sec. 11. Appointments to publicl
ofhee shall be recoininejMeitttiTTa
as practicable upon tTjio endow
ment of a majority of tie? executive
committee of the precinct .clwbTo
which the applicant helongs and
' the executive committee of the dis
A proxy may be given by a
niember of a district committee to
a member of any precinct ciub in
, the district. No member of the dis
trict committee shall hold more
than two proxies.
1 he tov.rnoi' Slill With US.
T' e Oi verner end his party a,-e
in.: out lb" im!e '..la, ped
!y Uie Lepuhiican lJisinel
d,ea!. The luau which' Mas a
sum tuijtis affair was served in the
school house, and it seemed that
every one turned out to greet the
chief magistrate and his party.
Quest ions of local interest were
freely discussed, and the natives
greatly appreciated the fact that he
is n:::.. !ng a personal canvass of
of the situation to get into closer
contact with them. They ap
plaud :1 time and again his re
mark.'.1 concerning subjects of vital
internet to that district.
Monday night wns spent by the
(inventor at Edgar Morton's, while
his wife and party were accommo
dated at Ulupalakua Ranch.
i The return through Kula was a
triumphant procession. First the
whole ii)lict force of Makawao
met i.ini beyond Keokei1 School
liouse, then the school children
Keokea with flag living greeted
hint v, ith a few songs. The crowd ;
at Keokea heard hfm speak, and j
then t ame the precession, headed !
by the Keokea string band, which
accompanied him to the Keala-,
hou School House. j
At the latter place was prepared j
a luau under the management of
David Morton, which surpassed
anything of the kind heretofor
given. 1 lie table was just loadeu
with goods things to eat. There
must have been between 000 and
7U0 people present when the Gov
ernor started in to address them,
and the enthusiasm was great.
The n:;ual amount of petitions
were presented and duly discussed.
An old lime legislator stated his de
sire that the homestead act' should
be so arranged that any one could
get hold of a piece of land as m
olden days. lie was greatly Bur
prised when informed that any
system which gave tho native
the land so ho could sell it
again was condemned. When in
formed that it was the policy of the
Administration to settle only on
lands which would yield a living
and in such a way that one cou'd
nofcpart with them, the natives
Av the. good. joints in that and
cheereu him agaiu The night
spent at iSfiiw.oh
Wednesday was raflier vlight
day for the tiovertMarj breakfast at
Kulamanu, address to thsschool
children at Makawao whose little
hearts he delighted by giving them
a half-holiday; luncheon at Mrs?
Dowsett's, address to the Mauna-
olu girls, reception atMunager
iin'.say's whcjwiiG metdcicgations
of riiHTseiitative Hawaiian! , rom
Paii I laiuakuapoko, . Pjjuwelif' and
faiku. The jaight was spent there.
C)u Thursday, the Governor was
driven through llamakuapoko to
'auwela where a crowd of Ilawa-
iians were waiting to greet him.
Some time was spent there in
getting acquainted with the people
and at noon the party arrived at
Iluelo. Another luau was await
ing and another enthusiastic crowd
was anxious to hear him speak.
The night was spent there.
Friday, with its ride over the
mountains was a hard day, but the
party survived the hardships es
pecially when informed that un
til, r luau was awaiting at Keanae
cheers and luau consumed the day
The Makawao po'iee force which
had been accompanying the Gov
ernor from one end of the District
to the other left the party at Oopu
ola Valley the eastern boundary
line of their district.
Friday night at Kcanae,the cnthu
iasm and the courtesies shown the
Governor on this triumphant tour
have been great and have demon
strated that the people appreciate
n chief who will keep in touch with
popular feeling; who conies him
self to find out what they' need in
order that those needs may be
W.J. COELHO (Kuelo)
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
MO, it) L JN AM AKAAIN'ANA MA
KA AOAO KEPU BALIKA No
Sec. 5. The officers of each dis
trict committee shall be a chair
man, secretary, treasurer anu an
executive coiiiinitti e to consist of
one mcmbi from each precinct ti
lie appointed by ihe chairman on
ih ' liviiiiimiiion of the pneinei. de
legates, and the elia u man, secretary
and treasurer of the district cone
Sec. (. These officers shall dis
charge the duties oi their respect
no ive offices; They shall serve dur
ing (lie term of the district com
mittee and until their successors
See. 7. The district commit
Committee, and are everywhere
meeting with a great deal of en
thusiasm and being treated to luaus.
After a good day's rest at Kula
manu, Mr. Cook's beautiful moun
tain residence, the Governor, ae
eoiii pan ted by secretary A.tkinson
Forester Ilosmer and Manager
von Tempsky started out early
Monday morning, breaktasteil at
Mrs. Dora von Temiisky's, and
climbed the steep sides of llaleaka
la. Three and a half hours' la
borious climbing brought them to
the famous Polipt li Springs. There
Dr. Ravmond ioined the nartv and
on the descent to Ulupalakua, Mr
von Tempsky turned back towards
Meanwhile the Governor's wife
accompanied by Mrs. von Temp
sky, Miss Coleman and Miss Ma
trowan. Commissioner Pratt and
Aiken, left Erehwon fori lupalaku
The Ulupalakua Precinct Civil
spread themselves iitiite a good
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REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOR
MOIIO LUNAMAKAAINANA MA
KA AOAO REPUBALIKA
The following is thi retnaiderof the
itineracy of Governor Carter's of
ficial tour of Maui as arranged by
the citizens ia tbe various districts:-
Sept. 19, Monday, Reception 10 a.
m. to 12 noon, atHana Court House.
Grand luau at tbe New Wharf at 1
m. The Governor will be request
ecf to address the citizens of the Hana
D'tstict after the luau.
'---lsept2lr,Ti esday, the residents
..... - a Ti.H.t TT
and scnool ClIun m tuiki, nauu,
and'Koall ill me the. Governor at
tha Hauu. School iO60lese an in
formal reception will be heldYllO av
speeches and heart-to-heart talks
Misses Genevieve Dowst
Lady Macfarhme accom
the Governor's party on i
turned th rough t Kula, and
a few days at Erehwon th
home of Mrs. Dora Von
Registration of Voter
Notice is hereby given tl
Board of Registration of tiie
Judicial Circuit will meet at t
lowin?.' locations on the dates '
hours mentioned for the rejfiJ
Kakauinoa o na Poe K '
Ma keia ke hoolahaia aku i
ho ana ka Papa Kakau I at
Apana Koho Balota Elua ,
mau wahi I hoakakaia malali
ma na la time ka wa i hooma :
nuke kukau iuoa ana o na po ,
Monduy Sept. Ill ruin Post Office 8
Monday Sept. 10 llamakuapoko P. ,
to p. m. , ,
Monday Sept. 19 Pauwcla C. Store
to 3:30 p. m.
Tuesday Sept. 20 Pcaul School 8 .
Tuesday Sept. 20 Buelo School lit
Tuesday Sept. 20 Knilua Ditch Sto !
to 4 p. m. '
Wednesday Sept. 21 Wahlnepee 9 i
a. m. i
Wednesday Sept. 21 Keanae Post C
to 8 p.m. 1 i
Wednesday Sept. 21 Keanae Ditch ,
m. to 8 p. m. '
Thursday Sept. 22 Nahlku Store 8 a
3. ' i
Thursday Sept. 22Kaeleku Store 8 r
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Friday Sept. 23 Hana Courthouse 8
Saturday Sept. 24 Mokae Storo 8 a.
Saturday Sept. 24 Haou School 1 p.
Monday Sept. 38 Hana Courthouse 8
Monday Sept. 20Koall 1 p. m. to t pi
Monday Sept. 28 Ktpahulu Store 5 d
p. m. , -
Tuesday Sept. 27 Klpahuiu Store 8
Tuesday Sept. 27 Kaupo School Ho
to 5 p. m.
Wednesday Sept. 28 Kaupo school
m. to 10 a. m.
Wednesday Sopt. 28 Kahlkinul Rani
to 2 p. m.
Thursday sept. 29 Ulupalakua 8 Sell
to 10 am.
Thursday Sept. 29 Makena 1 p. m. tf
Friday Sept. 30 Keokea nchool 10a.
Friday Sept. 30 Pulehu Nakihel std,
to 4 p. m.
Saturday Oct. 1 Makawao P. 0. 10 a
B. ' 'V 1
Saturday Out. 1 Kaupakulua aohooP
4 p.m. " ' t
Monday Oct. S Kihel store 8 a. m. ti
Monday Oct. 3 Puunune Office 11 a.
Monday Oct. 3 Kahulul Depot 4 p. tm
Tuesday Oct. 4 Pala Plant'n store 10
Tuesday Oct. 4 llamakuapoko P. O
4 p. m.
Wednesday Oct. 6 Walluku Court:
3 p. m.
Thursday Oct. 0 Lahaina Oourthoi
to 3 p. m.
Friday Oct. 1 Walluku Courthouse
At 4 p. m. the party ywll jB. en
tertained by the citizens of.Kipahulu
at a luau given by the general publfoJ
Sept. 21, Wednesday, Leave Ki-
puhulu for Kaupo early and reach
Kaupo School House at 12 noon,
where a reception and luau will be
held by the citizens of Kaupo.
The evening will be spent at An
ton e Vierra's, on Thursday morning
up the Kaupo gap througa the crater
of bfaleakaU to Kulamanu.
Sept. 23, Friday, will bo devoted
by the Governor and party to the
forest lauds and other matters in the
Makawao forest belt.
Sept. 24, Saturday, Puunene and
Kihei. Luuclicuu at Kihci with Mgr.
J as. Scott and giand reception and
luau at Puunene in tbe evening.
Sept. 25, Sunday. Wailuku.
Sept. 26, Monday, Reception at
Olowalu School House at 10 a. m.
The Governor will be requested to
address the citizens and children.
Sept. 20. Wait at Lahaina for
S. KAPU, Lunahoomalu.
W. F.1ROCKETIL ,
MOSES K. N AKU IN A
REPUBLICAN NOMINEE FOl
RE PR ESENTATI V E FROM
MOIIO LUNAMAKAAINANA MA
KA AOAO REPUBALIKA NO
In the Governor's party which
left lor t.ust Maui tins week are
Governor Carter, Secretary of
Hawaii Atkinson, Commissicner
of Public Lund Pratt, Forester
Ilosrrer and the Hon. Keliinoi
who acts as interpreter. Next
week the party will be met at the
crater by Mr, Von Tempsky and
Mr. Cook. Mr. Thurston, EJresi
dent of the Board of Ljriculture
and Forestry, may also loin the
party at Olinda.
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HON. W. P. 11
KA AOAO REPUBA
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