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TUESDAY, - MAY 23, 1905.
Eulciedntlhc Postofficc at Ililo, llti
wnll, ns sccond-dnss matter
rum.isiiKn itVHuv tuhsiiav.
J. CASTt.lt UlDOWAY - Editor
t). W. Maksii Huslness Mnnnger.
THE TICKET.
No stronger or more representa
tive ticket could have been chosen
than that selected by the Repub
lican County Convention on Thurs
day last. There were threats of
disaffection and internal strife, but
when the time for formulntiiiR a
thoroughly representative ticket
arrived, all petty differences were
laid aside and the party pre-cnls as
strong a ticket for the people's
suffrage in the County of Iiawaii
as has ever been before the public.
All elements of the party are repre
sented and as far as possible each
of the districts of the County have
been recognized. The ticket is a
vote-getting ticket and a popular
one. It does not represent any
single wing or faction but if elected,
means honest and capable admin
istration of county government.
John C. Searle of Kan who is
nominated for sheriff, is a big man,
who has grown up with the people
and is the people's choice for elec
tion to the position which he now
holds. R. A. Lyman, Sr , by his
lone service in public life has de
monstrated his qualifications for
office and, as he is a favorite with
the people throughout the island,
his election is assured. W. S.
Wise of Ililo, the candidate for
county attorney, is a lawyer of no
mean ability, a man of wide experi
ence which especially fits him for
the office to which he aspires. Sam
K. Tua of Kona, who has been
named for county clerk and John
II. Wise of Waimea for auditor,
are not so well known to the voters
of Knst Iiawaii, but both are men
of sterling qualities,, make friends
readily and if elected can be relied
on for an honest administration of
their respective offices.
The supervisors and deputy
sheriffs for the various districts
have been chosen especially with
reference to their merits as true and
tried servants and capable business
men. Their election depends upon
their personal popularity within
their respective districts, and there
is no single nominee whose election
to office would not be a credit to
the district and the party which
they represent.
Biti'ORH any further experiments
are made with oil on the highways
care should be taken tiiat finished
streets are selected for this purpose.
One end of Bridge street at the
intersection of King is a veritable
mud puddle because of the faulty
construction of the street. If the
surface is made waterproof, it may
oecomc necessary to terry across
this portion of the street.
Until the county law is "knock
cd out," the voters and citizens of
tin's Territory will proceed to start
the wheels of government in motion,
just as though they are a part ol
the United States and the Governor
did not mean what he said.
Tin'. TitmuNK has been promised
a series of articles on Hawaiian
mythology from the pen of A. U.
Loebcnstein, than whom there is
no writer in the Territory more
facile or better prepared to deal
with so interesting a .subject.
TuitKit was such a harmony in
the Republican convention that the
"fighting seventh" delegations
from Kau buried the hatchet and
listened with pleased countenances
to the sweet harmony of the Ililo
band Thursday evening.
Tint failure of the Republican
County Convention to deliver the
usual gush over the Carter admin
istration is only an echo of Carter's
dislike of "gold bricks."
I'laiios Tuned.
Now is the time to have) our pianos
tuned. Jack Dcrgstroni, the expert piimo
nud organ tuner of Honolulu, is spending
tun days in Ililo. I.e.ivc your orders til
Hilo Ding Co.
fo- Kl. j 1 As?li,'p!,iji; ). , - r-t vy4Jfel il.
Wreck to lip Sold.
Jus, Robertson of Honolulu, represent
ing the firm of C. Ilrcwcr & Co., agents
for the Martha Davis, which was burned
to the water's edge ton rinys ago, enmc to
Ililo 011 Wednesday to inspect the wreck
niul l(i innke arrangements for Its dis
posal. It Is not known how much, If nny,
freight remain-) In the hold of the vessel,
us the hull stink while nblnze nml before
nil inspection could he mnilc. She now
lies III nliout 27 feel of wnlcr, the bow
floating iicnr the snrfnee of the buy.
tlcsidcs the lumber nud iron that is in
her, the sp.irs, sails, anchors nnd clinlns
are regarded ns valuable nnd unharmed
by the fire.
dipt. Macloon has made arrangements
for a sale of the wreck nl public miction
next Thursday by Auctioneer Uny. The
buyer will be required to remove the
debris nt his own cost, but this is not re
garded by those who proless to know ns
n difficult task If dynamite Is judiciously
used. Cnpt. Macloon is still in Ililo, hut
will re til in to San Prnucisco on next
l'ridny.
h'nterlnln at Cards.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Philip Peck entertained
n sninll party of young people nt enrds
Inst Tuesday evening, In honor of their
daughter Emcllc nud Dr. Ormniid Walt
of Honolulu, whose nuptials nre nil
liouuced to take place in the fall. Pro
gressivc l'ivc Hundred entertained the
guests until the supper hour, when the
htimptuotis parlors were elenred for ilnnc
lug. Miss Ivy Richardson nud Mr. Win.
McKny respectively enrried ofTlhe lady's
nnd gentleman's prizes for proficiency nt
cards. During nil intermission Dr.
Orniaiul Wall nud Miss Kmclic Peck
del ghtcd the gathering with n violin
duct, which was exquisitely rendered nud
heartily npplnildcd. Those present were:
Mcsdnmcs Richardson, Cnstcndyk,
Metcalfe, Hnldwln, McKay, Elliot. Misses
Hap.il (3), Uichnrdson (2). Ahreus Ship-
man. Messrs. Dr. Wall,. Sam reck, Day,
Irwin, Grace. Mellor, Hnpal, English,
Simmer nud Uldgwny.
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A Continuous Tournament.
it the niiuunl meeting of Hilo Tenuis
Club May nth, the following officers for
the new yenr were elected:
President, Dr. II. 11. Klllott; Cnptnin,
I W. Thrum; Secretary nud Trcnsurer,
Sheffield Grace, nnd Executive Com
mittee consisting of A. Humburg nud
Adam Lindsay.
Arrangements were made for a con
tinuous tournament among the members,
which is now in progress. Clever playing
is being developed among the members,
which promises some exciting contests in
the open tournament nuuouiiced lor July
.)th. Owing to business engagements.
Messrs. J. K. Metcalfe nud Geo. Hnpai
nre unable to ntteud the games now in
progress in Honolulu.
A Pol Supper.
A delightful little poi supper was given
nl the Hapal residence on School street
Inst Wednesday evening, nt which Dr.
Oriuaud Wall of Honolulu and Miss
ltmelie Peck were the guests of honor
The occasion was the birthday anniver
sary of Miss Harriet Hapal, who with her
sister were the hostesses of the evening
After the Hawaiian collation, cards
served to pass n pleasant evening for
those present. The guests were: Mr.
and Mrs. Casteukyk, Mr. nud Mrs.
Metenlfe. Misses Peck, Kmelic Peck,
Scott, Shipmau, Ahreus, Louisa HapM,
Uichnrdson and Ruth Richardson.
Messrs. Willi, S. Peck, Humburg, Grace,
S. Grace, Irwin, Geo. Hap.il and G. W.
Weight.
Opens a Laundry Agoucy.
Ilruce Hnrtuiau, representing the
Sanitary Steam Laundry of Honolulu,
arrived last week to look over the field
for the establishment of a steam laundry
in Hilo, He found the conditions nt
present not suited for the erection of u
laundry plant but has made temporary
arrangements to maintain an agency nt
the Hilo llarhe-r Shop, where laundry
may be left up to I'riday morning of each
week, and will be returned by the return
Kiniiu. Honolulu prices prevail, and the
company pays the freight.
Kiniiu DopiuluiCH, May It).
Rev. T. Inoue, Rev. S. Sokabe, Ins. W
Robertson, G. R. Cullen, Loo Joe, H.J.
Long, S. M. Kuuakanui and son, Rev. L.
I). Keliipio and wife, Miss Sarah Kelii
pi"i J. H, Jnrvls mid wife, Mrs. Win. K.
Hapal, Ilruce Ilartiunn, A. Hanneberg.
Rev. C. It. Shields, Rev. W. Manning,
P. K. Yooti, Ipe Sheong, G. N. Day, G.
W. Cnrr, L. M. Whitehonse, Dr. C. II.
Cooper, J. S. McCaudless, S. Peck, Mrs.
Win. May, Miss A. O. Arnold, A. Mn
son mn) wife, II. W. M. Mist, Mrs. J.
Moutsnrralt.
Struck Water nt Ulan.
After boring to a depth of 240 feet, J.
A. McCaudless struck water nt the Olna
Mill last week. It was necessary to go
20 feet below sea level, but nil nmple
supply of pure water was found, which
will he used exclusively for the mill.
The well hole has filled to 11 denth of
thirty feet and Manager Watt is much
pleased with the result of his well boring
experiment. Mr. McCaudless returned
to Honolulu 011 I'riday's steamer.
If you wish your coffee to bring the
highest market prices let the Ililo Coffee
Mill clean, classify nud plnce the same 011
the market for ou. Liberal cash ml.
vaucea made 011 shipments.
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Dissolution Notice.
The former partnership comH)sedofC.
1'. Iletilon nud Oiosiic Arioli under the
firm mime of llciiton A Arioli, has this
day by mutual consent been dissolved.
C. 1 IIENTON,
O. ARIOLI.
May 5. 9'5' 28 3
AlLs
Kvcry inch one pushes off be
yond the normal distance of
twelve inches, after eye failure
begins, means an inch of dan
ger. Ninety nine persons out
of n hundred may do it safely;
you may be the one who can't.
Those having the licst eyes
when old age comes will be
those who heed the first call
for help.
Kycs examined; Glasses fitted.
A. N. Sanford
OPTICIAN
Boston Building, Honolulu
OVl'.R MAY & CO.
SPRING FEVER
Spring I'ever is considered n joke
when someone else has It hut
the condition is in reality no joke.
Spring l'evcr is one of the terms
applied to thnt general relaxed con
dition of the system which is so
common nt this season. It indi
cates, as a rule, a loss of vitality
nnd n disordered condition of the
blood. An effective remedy should
be promptly used, because this con
dition readily becomes chronic.
Our
Dr. Blake's
Sarsaparilla
Is just the remedy needed. It aids
digestion, tones up the nervous
system, purifies the blood and in
creases vitality. We are so sure
that it will give satisfaction in nil
cases that we sell It under a posi
tive guarantee. Your money back
if It fails.
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BY AUTHORITY.
County Election
Proclamation.
WHEREAS, ACT 39 of the Regular
Session of 1905 of the Legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii provides Hint
nn Election shall be held 011 the Twen
tieth dny of June, A. D. Nineteen Hun
dred nnd 1'ive, for the first Election of
County Officers, nnd that a proclama
tion shall be made by the Governor Im
mediately upon the passage and np
proval of said Act:
NOW, THEREt'ORE, In nccordnnce
therewith, I, GEORGE R. CARTl'.R,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii,
hcriby give notice thnt n special election
for county officers of the several Coun
ties of flip Trrrllnrv nf Itnwnll. will lip
held on Tiicsdny, the aolh dny of June,
A. D. 1905, between the hours of 8
o'clock A.M. nnd 5 o'clock P.M., in
each County throughout the Territory,
except the County of Kalawao including
Knlnupnpa, Kalawao and Waikoltt 011 the
Island of Molokai.
THE COUNTIES ARE AS
follows:
1. TIIK ISLAND OI' OAIIU nnd nil
other Islands in the Territory not in
cluded in any other County, and the
waters adjacent thereto, shall be the
County of Oahti, with its County Sent ut
Honolulu.
2. THIS ISLAND OP IIAWAII nnd
nil other Islands lying within three
nautical miles of the shores thereof, ami
the waters adjacent thereto, shall be
the County of Hawaii, with its Comity
Scat nt Hilo,
3. THE ISLANDS OP MAUI, MO
LOKAI, LANAI AND KAIIOOLAWE
and nil othc Islands lying within
three nautical miles of the shores
thereof, mid the waters adjacent there
to, except that portion of the Island
of Molokai known ns Kalaupapa, Ka
lawao and Wnikolii mid commonly
known and designated ns the Leper
Settlement, shall be the County of
Maul, with Us County Seat nt Wai
luku. 4. THE ISLANDS OF KAUAI AND
NIIIIAU and all other Islands lying
within three nautical tulles of the shores
thereof, and the wntcrs adjacent thereto,
shall be the Comity of Kauai, with its
County Scat at Lilitic.
COUNTY OFFICERS.
COUNTY OFFICERS TO BE ELECTED:
FOR THE COUNTY OF HAWAII.
SEVEN SUPERVISORS, one of
whom shall be elected from the Districts
of North Kohala nud South Koliala;
I from the Districts of North Komi
and South Kona; 1 from the District
of Kau; 1 from the District of Putin;
1 from the District of llamakua; mid
2 from the Districts of North nud South
Hilo.
SHERIFF, who shall be cx-officio
Coroner; COUNTY CLERK, who shnll
be cx-officio Clerk of the Hoard of Su
pervisors; AUDITOR; ASSESSOR
and TAX COLLECTOR; COUNTY AT
TORNEY; TREASURER; all to be
elected by the duly qualified Electors of
the County.
DEPUTY SHERIFF, and a DEPUTY
ASSESSOR nml TAX COLLECTOR, to
be elected by the qualified Electors of
each and every District.
REGISTRATION PRE
CINCTS. The Registration Precincts nre as fol
lows: FIRST REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT.
l'unii, Ililo nnd llniniikiiii, Island of
llinvnll.
FIRST PRECINCT Thnt portion of
Puna lying south of Kenau nud from
the eastern boundary of Kau to the
eastern boundary of Kamaili, following
thnt boundary to and along the western
boundary of the Knolic homesteads mid
n line the extension thereof to the boun
dary of Keaait. Polling Place Kala
pana School House.
SECOND PRECINCT The lands of
Kcaau nud Olna. Polling Place Road
Hoard Stables; n,V miles Volcano
Road.
THIRD PRECINCT That portion of
Hilo lying between Puna nud Pounhawai
Street ami Road and the line of its ex
tension to the sea. Polling Pluce
Davies it Co.'a Warehouse, corner of
Waiakea and Kalepolepo Roads.
FOURTH PRECINCT That portion
of Hilo lying between the Third Pre.
clnctand the Ilonolli Stream. Polling
Place Circuit Court House at Hilo.
FIFTH PRECINCT That portion or
Ililo lying between Honolii Stream and
the land of Makahiiualon. Polling Place
Papaikou School House.
SIXTH PRECINCT That portion of
Hilo lying between the Fifth Precinct
nnd the bed of the Waiknuiunlo Gulch,
rolling Place Ilonoinu School House.
SEVENTH PRECINCT That por
tioti of the First Election Disti let lying
between the Sixtli Precinct mid the
boundary of Hnmaktin, including the
laud of Iliunuula. Polling Place Lnti-
pahochoe Court House.
MOUTH PRECINCT That portion
of the First Election District lying be-
.jwai, a-W---,w . 4 ..
twccii the .Seventh Precinct nud the
Intuls of Knlopa. Polling Plnce Knohe
School House.
NINTH PRECINCT Thnt portion
of the I'irst Election District lying be
tween the Highlit Precinct mid tin: bed
of the Mnlnnahnc Gulch. Polling Place
Hoiiokua Court House,
TENTH PRECINCT Thnl portion
of the I'irst Election District lying be
tween the Ninth Precinct nud Kolinln
District. Polling Place Kiikuihaele
School House.
ELEVENTH PRECINCT The bnl
Innce of Putin lying south of the Sec
ond Precinct nnd cnsl of the I'irst Pre
cinctPolling Place Kapoho Ranch
Itarn.
SECOND REPRESENTATIVE
DISTRICT.
Knhaln- Kona ami Kau, Island or
Ilauall.
I'IRST PR HCINCT North Koliala.
Polling Place Circuit Court House.
SECOND PRUCINCT South Kolinln.
Polling Place Wnlnien Court House.
THIRD PRUCINCT Thnt portion of
North kona lying north of the north
jerly uotindiiry of Ilolualon and a Hue
running from the north corner of Ho
(union to the south corner of Puuanahulti.
Polling Place Circuit Court House at
Kniliin.
FOURTH PRECINCT Thnt portion
of the Second Election District bounded
by the Third Precinct, Ilnmnkun, Knu,
the cast boundaries of Kenlia I, Klilne,
Keokta and Ilonautinu, the north boun
dary of Hoiiniiumi nud the sea. Poll
ing Place Kouawaenn School House.
FIFTH PRECINCT That portion of
South Konn lying between Keel 2, mid
Oleloinonnn 1. Polling Plnce llookenn
Court House.
SIXTH PRECINCT Thnt portion of
South Konn lying between the Fifth
Precinct nud Knu. Polling Place Papn
School House.
SEVENTH PRECINCT That por
lion of Knu lying between South Kona
nnd Piinnluu. Polling Place Waiohiini
Court House.
EIGHTH PRECINCT The remainder
of Kau. Polling Place Pahala School
House.
IN TF.STIMONY WHEREOF,.
I have hereunto set my hand
nnd caused the seal of the
SEAL Territory or Ilnwnil to be
nffixed.
DONE AT THE EXECU
TIVE I1UILDING, in Hono
lulu, this 17th day of April,
A. D. 1905.
G. R. CARTER.
Ily the Governor,
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
WHEREAS, ACT 54 of the Regular
Session of 1905, of the Legislature of the
Territory or Hawaii, hns amended Act
39, entitled "An Act Creating Counties
Within the Territory of Hawaii nud
Providing for the Government Thereof,"
by striking out Hie words "an Assessor
nud Tnx Collector" in Section 12, Chap
ter 6 of said Act 39, and by striking out
the words "and n Deputy Assessor nnd
Tnx Collector" in Section 13, Chapter 6
ofBaid Act:
NOW, THEREFORE, in accordance
therewith, I, GEORGE R. CARTER,
Governor of the Territory of Hawaii,
hereby give notice that nil refceuccs
made to the election of Assessors and
Tax Collectors, and Deputy Assessors
and Tnx Collectors, in the County Elec
tion Proclamation issued by me on the
17th day of April, A. D. 1905, are hereby
eliminated; mid that no Assessor nud
Tax Collector, and no Deputy Assessor
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E. N. HOLMES
MEN'S
FURNISHING GOODS
FINE DISPLAY OF
Negligee Shirts
Coif Shirts
Dress Shirts
Lawn Bows
Balbriggan Underwear
Gossamer Wool Underwear
Scrivan's Drawers Pajamas.
Cugot Suspenders Night Shirts
Crown Suspenders Bathing Suits
President Suspenders Sweaters
Hosiery and Cloves
E. N. HOLMES
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nnd Tux Collector will, or onn, be elected
nt the I'irst Klccllon of County Ulliccm
to be huld on the twentieth day of June,
A. 1). Nineteen Hundred and Five, nor
will the mimes or nny person or persons
be teceived or printed upon the ballots
ns candidate or candidates for such office
or offices.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
I have hereunto set my hand
nnd cnused the seal or the
Territory or Hnwnll to be
SEALJ nffixed.
DONE AT THE EXECU
TIVE HUILDING, in Horn.
lulu, this 3rd day or May,
A. D. 1905.
G. R. CARTER.
Notice U) CtiiHlirinfcs for
Election to County
OlHces.
Notice Is hereby given that, whereas it
is required by law that candidates Tor"
election to county offices, except on the
Island of O.ilm, shnll deposit ihclr nomi
nations with the Secretary or the Terri.
lory not less than twenty days before the
dny ofspeclal election, ii shnll be neces
sary Hint such nominations be filed in this
office not later than five o'clock on the
afternoon of Wednesday, May 31st, 1905.
In order to be eligible to "fill nny elec
tive office creutcd by the provisions or
Act 39 or the Session LnuH or 1905, a can
didate shall be it cithen or the United
Slates or America, nnd or the Territory or
Hawaii; he shnll have been a duly quali
fied elector or snld Territory mid ol the
county in which he shnll be elected Tor nt
least one year prior to his election; in ad
dition thereto all members or the Hoard
or Supervisors shall continue to reside
within the District from which they may
be elected during the period or their in-
ctmiuency; nml In nilililion to the forego
ing cpinlificntlons, any person who shall
he elected County Attorney must be a
duly licensed attorney admitted to prac
tice in the Supreme Court or the Terri
tory or Hnwnii mid he must farther have
practiced law in the county, in which he
shnll be n candidate, fornt"least one year.
Within the County of Hawaii seven
members or the Hoard or Supervisors nre
to be elected, ns follows:
One rrom the Districts or North Koliala
nud South Kolinln;
One rrom the Districts or North Konn
nud South Kona;
One from the District or Knu;
One from the District or Puna;
One rrom the District or Hnmnkun; nnd
Two rrom the Districts or North Ililo
mid South Hilo.
Other officers to be elected for the
County or Hawaii, b the duly qualified
electors or said county, arc:
A Sheriff, who shall be cx-officio Cor
oner, it County Clerk, who shall be ex
officio clerk ol the Hoard or Supervisors,
mi Auditor, a County Attorney, nud ft
Treasurer.
Within ench nud every one of the ills
tricts of North Kohala, South Koliala
North Kona, South Kona, Knu, Puna,
Hntiinktin, North Hilo and South Hilo,
in the County of Hawaii, there shnll also
be elected by the qualified electors there
of one Deputy SlieriiT.
Each nomination must be accompanied
by a deposit of Twenty five (25.00) Dol
lars and be signed by not less than
twenty-five duly qualified electors or the
Representative District in which theelec
Hon Is ordered, nnd in which the nomi
nee is reipiested to be a candidate.
Should any candidate desire that his
name be printed on the ballot in the Ha
waiian as well ns in the English language,
he must make a special request to that
effect at the time o( filing his nomination
paper.
A. L. C. ATKINSON,
Secretary or Hawaii.
Per C. R. HUCKLAND.
Executive llitildiug, Honolulu,
May 5th, 1905.
May 16 and 23
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