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TIIK WItKKLY 1111.0 TKIHUJTO, MU.Q, HAWAII, FRIDAY. SKPTltMHUK f, 1903.
Ijc $Uct vulnme. I'RIDAY, SKI'THMHKK 25, 1903. Kntcitdntthc Fostoflicc at llllo. Iln wall, ns second-class matter punr.isiiKn kvkhv i'kidav. I.. W. HAWORTH - - Editor. COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET. For Sheriff L. A. ANDREWS For Clerk NORMAN K. LYMAN l'or Auditor NATHAN C. WILLFONG l'or Treasurer C. A. STOME For Assessor nml Tax Collector GEORGE II. WILLIAMS For County Attorney W. H. SMITH For Surveyor THOS. E. COOK For Members of the IJoanl of Supervisors E. N. HOLMES S. L. DESHA JOSEPH VIERRA W. G. WALKER W. II. LAMHERT Thk Herald may yet find itself in that "awkward position" against which it so kindly warned the Tki iiunk before the convention. That position was one in which it was suggested this paper might be giv ing unequal support to the nominees of the Republican party. With a good clear conscience we are whoop ing it up for every man. Hut we are pained with the attitude of the Herald. This week it advocates a compromise with the Home Rulers as to Supervisors, naming Lambert as the particular Republican candi date whom it desires to have elected. I Four to one is a pretty big conces sion to make at this stage in the game, by a paper that preached a straight ticket before the conven tion only. Tin; Tribune had a hard time of it getting the ticket in "straight" last week but all the kinks were oversights owing to the hurry and excitement of convention week. The name of C. A. Stobie for treasurer one of the best vote pullers on the ticket was omitted and the initials of one of the supervisors went in wrong. As curried and rubbed down this week the ticket looks better than ever. The voter who feels that he can do better than sup port the whole ticket from top to bottom is the victim of false logic. The Republican ticket is the good governtuenl ticket. At any rate, Secretary Carter's scheme to capture endorsements from all the County conventions in the Territory failed with remarkable emphasis. None but the County of West Hawaii took the sly bait. Oahu, Maui, Kauai and Kast Ha waii were not in the gubernatorial business at this time. Thk bolt of J. II. Boyd and Cur tis Iaukea at Honolulu from the Republican party enables us to felic itate ourselves on account of the cohesive quality of the Big Island brand. Now that Carter has launched j his gubernatorial boomlet, we 1 should soon hear from the other three or four sides at Honolulu. Carter a Candidate. Honolulu, Sept. 21. Clarence I. Crabbe, when seen this morning regarding his letter to Hilo and District Committeemen of other counties, readily acknowledged the authorship of the letters, also that the letters were purely, personal as far as he was concerned aud not the result of any action by the Republi- can Central Committee, of which Mr. Crabbe is chairman. "I have nothing to say further," said Mr. Crabbe. "Isyour letter to indicate that Mr. Carter is out for the Governor ship and his compaign is begun?" he was asked. "Certainly, Mr. Carter is a can- 1 1.1 1 II uuiate aim me wont is on. SI. James' Mission. Sixteenth Sunday nfter Trinity 7:30 n. in,, Holv Eucharist; 11 11. m., Mnttius nml Sermon; 7:30 p. m., Evensong and Sermon. IMS THIS IS YOUR II AT. I (loud Huloi For Use In tho Wnr 1 Ak.iIiisI Mosqullops. 1 Mosquitoes breed only in water; usually fresh, standing water in artificial places. Mosquitoes occur in the vicinity in which they breed. Invasions from long distances arc exceptional. The young mosquito or "wrig gler" lives in water at least 10 or 12 days. Although the wrigglers live in water they must come frequently to the surface to breathe. Coal oil on the surface of the water prevents the wriggler from breathing. Destroy the breeding places and you will destroy the mosquitois. Kmyty the water from all tubs, buckets, cans, ilower pots, vases, etc., once a week. Fill in or drain all pools, ditches, and various excavations, as post holes left unfilled, etc. Change regularly rvery week all water needed in chicken coops, kennels, etc. Treat with coal oil all standing water which cannot be screened or drained (1 oz. oil will cover 15 square feet of surface). The oil does not affect the water for use if the water is drawn from below. Put wire netting over cisterns, wells and tanks of water in every day use. Places in which it is undesirable to place oil, such as watering troughs for stock, lily ponds, etc.. can be kept free of the wrigglers by putting in gold fish. The nymphs of dragon flies and tadpoles of frogs 1 also feed on the wrigglers. See that the plumbing about the place is in perfect order. Prevent leakage of pipes or clogging of( eaveSi 1 Notice is hereby given that in rmr- ,, , , ' sunuce of an order made ami entered by Inspect all cesspools and see that the Ciicuit Judge of the Circuit Court of the covers are absolutely tight. 1,c vutu Circ"u, Territory of Hawaii, ,, ... . hi probate, on the 22ml day of Septem- Clean away all weeds, grass and 1 ber, A. D. 1903, in the matter of the bushes about ditches, ponds and .estate of Jose Gomes Jnrdiiic. deceased, , , ,. , . the undersigned administrator of snid other possible breeding places, since e.stQte wilt sell at public auction subject these afford a hiding place for the l . . . . nrttilt tuniniutrinc (.V.M.W .I.UiJI .. .WW. Clean up vacant lots and back yards of all cans, tins, bottles aud rubbish. First do away with or treat all places where mosquitoes are known to breed, and then begin work on places where they might breed. As a citizen of your community you should f ;el a personal responsi- unity tor 111c uestrtictton 01 me mosquitoes in your district, and seek to co-operate with your neigh bors in the work ot doing away with breeding places. Inspect and treat with coal oil gutters, culverts, ditches, man-holes, catch-basins, etc., along the roadside. Mah-hole covers should be screened. Where oil is applied to standing water it must be distributed evenly over the surface. Use a hand syr inge, or, if the area is great, si knapsack sprayer. Houses should be cleared of all I winged mosquitoes by the burning I of insect powder. The mosquitoes will fall to the floor aud should be collected and burned. Relief in any community or dis trict depends entirely upon the co operation of the members of the community. ItKi SUGAR CARRIERS. Two Years' Contract Slirnod With tlui Aineiinin-llimiillini Line. Honolulu, Sept. 17 The Anieri- can-Hawaiian Steamship Co has , recently made an agreement by which its ships will carry Hawaiian ( sugar around the Horn for at least two years to come. The agreement ) was signed in New York just a 'short time ago by representatives of the planters and the steamship agents. Under the new contract the I American-Hawaiian freighters will I handle all the sugar that can be t carried with the tonnage at the dis- .posal of the island trade. ' The freighters will take about 105,000 h c 1 .1 tr loii.soiMiKuruiuuiiui,.eiiUfi,eXlllmtw.lh01le t,,m bccUo18 Q year and the planters are now chart - ering sailing vessels to take the u.n.im..-. balance. All of the sugar agents are in cluded in the two years' contract, as It. follows: II. Hnckfeld & Co., II. Davics & Co., Alexander & ' lialdwiii, C. Urewer & Co., Castle te Cooke, F. A. Schaefer & Co., . Grimbaum & Co., and Henry rhouse Trust Co I Wntcrl The contract calls for the hand Hug of the cops of 1904 and 1905, the planters agreeing to furnish sugar for as many steamers as the American-Hawaiian Steamship can plncciit these waters. It is esti mated that 105,000 tons of sugar will be bundled by the freighters during the season of 1904. The total balance of the crop, neatly 300,000 tons, will be handled by the sailing fleet excepting about 80,000 tons which will be shipped direct to San Francisco by freight ers. The sugar agents arc now chartering sailing vessels to handle the remainder of the crop. The first of the freighters to take part of the new crop will probably be the Hawaii which is due to arrive in December. m -- Catholic Services. CATHOLIC ClllMCll. IlKIIX'.it STRItKT. Sundays Holy Muss nt 7, 9 nnd 10:30 n. 111. At 7 n. 111. Portuguese sermon. At 9 11. 111. English sermon. At 10:30 n. 111. Httwniinn sermon. At 7 p. in., Rosary, Portuguese sermon nml Ilciiedictiou. Week Days Holy Mnss every day nt 6 at m. livery Sunday afternoon English in struction for boys and girls at llrother's and Sister's schools respectively, from 2 to 3 p. in. Day or night tbe Catholic clergy will attend to the wantsof the faithful. RATHER OLIVER, Parish Rector. For Sale. Lot on Waianuenue uiaukn of Court House. Rockey or J. U. Smith. street, 300 feet Enquire ofW. tf AdlUinistl'Iltor'S S II 1 C 0 1 Ileal and Personal Properly. to coiiiiruintion in- saiu court tie toiiow ing described real aud personal propert' ing described real aud personal property situate in the District of South Hilo, Island nnd Territory of Hawaii, to-wit: Lot No. 4 of Kukuau 2nd, containing 2.1 acres nnd more particularly described ns follows, to wit: llegiunlng nt the Enst angle being also the South angle of lot 2 the boundary runs by true meridian, 1. S. 60 deg. 00 min. W. 295 feet along street to South angle. . 2. N. 30 deg. 00 min. W. 145 feet along lot No. 5 to Westangle in Alauaio stream. 3. N. 49 (leg. 30 tniii. w. 70 leet along j i Alauaio stream to X on rock in bed of 4. N. 7 (leg. 40 mm. w. 253 feet along middle of stream to X on rock in bed of stream 5. N. 40 deg. 00 min. 15. 105 feet nlong bed of stream to stake at North angle. 6. S. 30 deg. 00 min. E. 54 feet up bank of stream to Westangle of lot No. 2. 7. S. 30 deg. 00 min. E. 386 feet along lot No. 2 to point or beginning. Also the lease-hold interest or said de ceased in lot No. 2, Pouohawai, contain ing 5 ncres nnd expiring about 8 years from the date hereof. Said sale will be made at Public Auc tion nt 11 o'clock a. in., on Tuesday, the 27th day of October, A. D. 1903, at the front door of the Court House, in the ! District of South Hilo, Island and Terri- tory of Hawaii. Said sale will be made to the highest liiit.lnr In cncti in tltiitml kind's imlil ruin . j Conveyances at puichaser's expense. JUhli uuain. hniiKAU, Administrator of the Estate of Jose Gomez Jardiue, deceased. Wish & Hoss, Attorneys for Administrator. 47-4 BY AUTHORITY. CANDIDATES FOR COUNTY OFFICES. Every Candidate for n County office in the Counties of Enst Hawaii, West Ha waii, Maui and Kauai must file his nomi nation paper at the office of the Secretary or the Territory, in Honolulu, not later 1 than 5 o'clock on the afternoon of Tucs- ,iay, October 13th, 1903, accompanied by a deposit of Twenty-five Dollars Nomination papers must be signed by not less than tueutyfive (25) duly quali fied electors of the County for which such election is to be held. G. R. CARTER, Secretary of the Territory. C. R. I1UCKLAND, Electoral Registrar. Honolulu, Sept. 12, 1903. 464 NOTICE. TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN: Uu- 1""1"5 " ,ro" ". superintendent , of Public Works, I hereby give notice J 1 Act 25 relating to nnd concerning vi, hides, tires and wheels will be enforce from nnd after the 5th day of December A. D. 1903. Section 3 forced. of said Act will not be eli (Signed) A. LIDGATE, Chairman Hnmnkiia Road Hoard. Humakua, Sept. 22, 1903. M, S IPROCLAMATION. .1. .... r.i 1 1 WihkKas, Act 31 of the rcgulnr session, , ,,. , , , . ,., .- ., ' of 1903 of the Legislature of the Territory of Hawaii provides that nu election shall I ,,,,'...,., - I be held on November 3rd. A. D. 1903, for, the purpose of electing County officers, nnd that nt least sixty days prior to the 3rd day of November, A. I). 1903, the Governor shall Issue a proclamation for such election, Now, Ihei efort, in accordance there- with, I, Sanford It. Dole, Governor or the j Territory of Hawaii, hereby give notice thnt n special election for County officers ' of the several Counties of the Territory of I Hawaii, will be held oil Tuesday, the 3rd day of November, A. D. 1903, between the hours of 8 o'clock a. in. and 5 o'clock p. m., in each County throughout the Territory, except the County of Kalawao, including Knlaupapa, Kalnwao aud Will kohl, oil the Island or Molokai. The Counties arc ns follows: COUNTY., OE OAHU Including the Island of Onhu nnd all other Islands or the Territory not included in any other County. COUNTY OE MAUI Including the Islands oPMaui, Molokai, Laual and Ka hoolawc and all other Islands within three nautical miles or the shores thereof, but not including that part or the Island or Molokai known as Kalaupapa, Kala wao nnd Walkolu. COUNTY OE WEST HAWAII In cluding the Districts or Kau, North Ko hala, South Kohala, North Koua and South Kona, upon the Island or Hawaii, and nil other Islands within three nauti cal miles or the shores thereof. COUNTY OE' EAST HAWAII In cluding the Districts of Hilo, Puna and Hamakua, upon the Island of Hawaii, and nil other Istnuds within three nauti cal miles or the shores thereof. COUNTY OE KAUAI Including the Islands of Knuni and Niihau, mid all other Islands within three nautical miles of the shores thereof. County officers to be elected: EOR THE COUNTY OE OAHU. Seven Supervisors, two or whom shall be elected from the Fourth Representa tive District, two from the Eifth Repre sentative District and three from the County at large. Sheriff, who shall be Coroner ex officio. County Clerk, who slull be Recorder ex olticw. Auditor, Assessor and Tnx Collector. District Attorney. Treasurer, who shall be License Collec tor ex officio. Surveyor. EOR EACH OE THE COUNTIES OF MAUI, WEST HAWAII, EAST HAWAII AND KAUAI. Five Supervisors. SherifT, who shall be Coroner ex officio. County Clerk, who shall be Recorder ex officio. Auditor. Assessor and Tnx Collector. District Attorney. Treasurer, who shall be License Collec tor ex officio. Surveyor. The Registration Precincts are as fol lows: FIRST DISTRICT. Puna, Hilo nnd Hamakua, Island of Ha waii. First Precinct All of Puna except Ke aau and Olna. Second Precinct The lauds or Kcaau and Olaa. Third Precinct That portion o( Hilo lying bctwucu Puna and Ponnhawaii street and road nnd the line or its exten sion to the sea. Fourth' Precinct That portion or Hilo lying between the Third Precinct and the Hounlii stream. Firth Precinct That portion or Hilo lying between Houolii stream aud the laud of Mnkahaualoa. Sixth Precinct That portion or Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct and the bed of the Waikaumalo Gulch. Seventh Precinct That portion of the First Election District lying between the Sixth Precinct aud the bed of the Kaula Gulch. Eighth Precinct-That portion or the First Election District lying between the Seventh Precinct and the laud or Kalop.i. Ninth Precinct That portion or the First Election District lying between the Eighth Precinct aud the bed or the Ma lauah.ie Gulch. Tenth Precinct That portion or the First Election District lying between the Ninth Precinct nnd Kohala. SECOND DISTRICT. Kohala, Koua nnd Kau, Island of Hawaii. First Precinct North Kohala. Second Precinct South Kohala. Third Precinct Thnt portion of North Koua lying north of the northerly boun dary of Holualoa nml n Hue running from the north corner of Holualoa to the south corner of Puiiunahiilu. Fourth Precinct That portion of the econd Election District tyouuded by the 111 rd l'reciuct, Hnuiakiui, Kau, the louudary of Kcaauhou from Kau to Ho- minimi, the ninth boundary or Honaunnu ml the sea. Fifth Precinct That portion of South Kona lying between Keel and Olelo uioaua. Sixth Precinct That portion of South Kona lying between thu Fifth Precinct nml Kau. Seventh Precinct That portion or Kit ,yi"K ,)clweL'" SoMlh Kwm n""1 '"'"" ' Higth Precinct Thcrcmaindorof Knit. ' TItllJI) limTHIfT iiiikij ijimkii 1. t 1 1 r t 1 , 1 1 1 t 1 1 ,. Islands of Maui, Moloka), lentil and Kn- hooLiwc. , T Second Precinct-That portion of the I Island of Molokni excepting Knlanoapa, Kalawao and Walkolu. Third Precinct That nortiou of West Maui lying between the lands of Wah a- ,, nllll Honokawai I Fourth Precinct That portion of West Maui lying between the lands of Haua- ko and Wnihec, known as Kaanapali. Fifth Precinct The Island of I.nuai. o" rrccmci mat portion 01 me uisinci oi wniuiKii lying west nun noriii west of 11 Hue running from the mouth of Wniluku stream southerly nlong the siud hills to Mnalaca Hay and including the Island of Kahoolawe. Seventh Precinct That portion of the District or Wniluku bounded by the Sixth Precinct, the lauds or Pulchtinui, Kelia linn, Kailua, Hokuula nml Hamakuapoko nml the sea. Eighth Precinct Ml that portion of Kuln on East Mnui lying west of a line running from Houuniiln to the north boundary of Putchunul 011 the line or the two bills Puu o Kali unit Puu o Koha. Ninth Precinct The remainder of Kuln nuil Mint portion (r Hamakuapoko j pcpe to the boundary line betweinW.il lying south-west or the Maliko Gulch nml men nnd Kekaha Plantations nml extend maukaortheroad running from Knlun- ing nlong n line in continuation of the mil to the Makaw.10 Jail and 11 line in ex- said boundary to the sea. tension thereof Fourth Precinct From nnd including Tenth Precinct The remainder or Ha- Kalahea to and including Hanapepe. makuapoko and that portion or llama- Fifth Precinct The District -or Kolo.i kualon lying west of the Kahalehaku ' from its junction with Lihue to and in. stream. . eluding the land or Lauai. Eleventh Precinct That poition of1 Sixth Precinct The District of Lihue. East Maui lying between IUleh.iku and I Seventh Precinct Extending frnui the Opuola streams. lutitl or Pap.ia to nnd including the land Twelfth Precinct That portion of East Maui lying between Opiioln and Knpaula streams. Thirteenth Precinct All that portion of East Maui lying between the Twelfth Precinct nnd Kipahulu, Fourteenth Precinct Kipahulu and Knupo. Fifteenth Precinct-That portion of1 East Maui lying bctweeu the Fourteenth Precinct aud the Eighth uud Ninth Pre cincts, including KabUiim aud Ho iiunuU. FOURTH DISTRICT. All that portion of the Island of Oahu lying enst aud south of Nuiumi street and a line drawn in extension thereof from the Niiuauu Pali to Mokapil Point. First Precinct All that portion of the said District comprised in the District of Honolulu and lying east of a line running from the long bridge oil Ala Mo inn to the north angle of King uud Punnhou streets, the true bearing being N. 30 deg. , 30 min. E., thence nlong Punnhou street to the foot of Mauoa Road; thence maiikn to aud nlong the western edge of Mauoa Valley to the head of the sauic. Second Precinct All that portion of the mid District lying between the west-1 erly boundary of the First Precinct and ft ' Hue running from the seashore along Sheridan street, Piikoi street extension and Piikoi street, to and along the west- cm boundary of the Luualilo Home premises to the south corner of Kalawa- hilic aud along the eastern bouudarv or Kalawahine until it strikes the western side or the First Precinct nt a point nbout 1400 reel hip " Tantalus. Third Precinct All that portion or the said District bounded by the westerly boundaries or the First, Second and Eighth Prcciiitts, Niiuauu and School streets, a Hue running from the junction or School and Punchbowl streets, to the old flag pole crest of Punchbowl ami the summit of the Kntiahuauui range. Fourth Precinct All that portion of the said District bounded by the Third and Eighth Precincts and lleretania and Niiuauu streets. Fifth Precinct All that portion ot the said District bounded by the Eighth Pre- cinct and lleretania, Punchbowl, King and Mllilaui streets and the water front. Sixth Preeiuet-AII that portion of the said District hounded by lililam, King, ,,,,,. , ., Punchbowl, Iteretani mud Nuu.iiiu streets and the harbor. Seventh Precinct All that poition of the said District lying outside of the Dis trict of Honolulu Eighth Precinct All that the said District lying between erly boundnr) of the Second Precinct aud a Hue running from the shore nlong South, King nnd Alapai streets, and from the head of Alapii Street to the old flag pole crest of Punchbowl; thence to and along easterly edge of Pauoa Valley until it strikes the westerly line of the Second Precinct nt a point just tunkai of the hog back at foot of Tantalus Cone. FIFTH DISTRICT. All tint portion or the Island or Oahu lying west aud north of Niiuimi street nnd 11 Hue drawn in extension thereof from the Nutiiuu Pali to Moknpu Point First Precinct All that portion of the Judicial and Taxation District of Koolau poko lying west nnd north or a line drawn from the Niiuauu Pali to Moknpu Point. Second Precinct The Judicial aud Taxation District of Koolaulna. Third Precinct The Judicial and Tax ation District of Waialua. Fourth Precinct The Judicial and Tax- ! ntiou District of Wnianae. ' mriu Precinct All that portion of the Judicial nnd Taxation District or Ewa, comprised in the lauds or Hoaeac nml Honouliuli. Sixth Precinct All the remaining por tion or the Judicial and Taxation District or Ewa. Seventh Precinct All that portion or Honolulu or Knim lying nmtjnl of the King street road from the l(wn line to ui miir sireci limine, inn a I tumiKn n ,,,., ,, . ., , stHiu roml itoiii the Hwn line to the main . JCnlll I V II ,,!.,,, ,, . ,',, ... ., , Eighth Precinct All that portion of it ii i.-.. 1 i. r .1... .............. ... wai tjMiMfo ni'iiirtii j till. King street mid from the main road up Kni,i Valley to Lillha stieet and a line ,in,, r,,,,,, it... t...i .1. ,..,. 1.. :.... of tllL. Hne or jndd street, to and along lhe ri(ige forming the westerly border of Xuuniiu Valley, Ninth I'rcciiict All Hint portion of Honolulu or Kona lying between the Eighth Pre cinct and Nuu.iiiu street, and unnku ,,f iilu. ,imwll !,,., School street, the Nuunuii stream nnd lleretnni.i street. Tenth Precinct All that portion of Honolulu or Koha bounded by King, Liliha and School streets, the Nutiauu stream, lleretania and Nuiiauu streets and the hnrbor. . SIXTH DISTRICT. Island of Kauai and Niihau. First Precinct The Island of Niihau. Second Precinct That portion or the District of Wniiuea extending from the Third Precinct to the Puu iiiaaua Point. Third Precinct That portion of the District of Want km extending from Haua. of Wiiilim. Eighth Precinct Extending from Ka lihiwa! river to and including the laud of Pap.ia. Ninth Precinct Extending from Kali liiw.il river to the north boundary of the District of Waimea. In t-'sli'0'0' "hereof. I have hereunto set my hand and caused the SKAI. seal of the Territory of Hawaii to be hereto affixed. Done 4t the Capitol 111 Honolulu this 31st dajr of August, A. D. 1903 (.Signed) SANFORD U. DOLE. Hy the Governor, '(.Signed) G. R. CARTER, Secretary of the Territory. 45-8 wXtodd's NEW HARNESS SHOP I have opened a shop on Waianuenue I street, next to Demosthenes' Cale, where l "' ready to make GOOD HARNESS and FINE SADDLES English Saddles a Specialty HARNESS REPAIRED REASONAliLE CHARGES W. A. TODD. Hilo Electric Light Co., It6. Houses Wired and Lights Installed ' In accordance with the rules or the No- tiolml l,oara r 1,re Underwriters. A coinplelf stock or ri rpTOirfli ciiddmpc ELECTRICAL SUPPLIES Fixtures, Shades. Table, lied and Desk Lamps, etc., alwajs on hand. Fan Motors . $5 . ., , Fan Motors. wiNe frame, 8 " " Sowing Machine Motor 20 Power for operating them f 1 a mouth Prico of Lamps Reduced. 'r''MB-C. P. Lamps, 25c Each Estimates furnished 011 all classes Electrical Work and Cnutiacts taken install apparatus complete. 10 AT TH1C BAY CBTY SODA WORKS i PURE SODAS ARE MADE FROM PURE EXTRACTS Prompt Delivery for 25c per Doz. Please Ring Vp Phone 117, Office aud Factory WAIANUENUE STREET Opposite Dr Rice's S. DECKER, Mgr. E'l