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C. B. ROBERTSON, Ed. and Prop,
MRS. G. B. ROBERTSON, Bus. Mgr.
Saturday, August U
f It seems a constant source of surprise to. visitors to Wailuku
lor the first time, especially to those who live in other portions of
the Islands, that we have so delightful a climate and so beautiful a
site for a town, with so little of life and "go" to to us. It is true
lhat Wailuku has been in a state of hibernation for some years, but
that time is; uan end, and the tnwns people are now beginning to
v.nko up and make a beautiful little city of Wailuku.
H Wailuku lias the reputation, of being rather a hard little town,
and the mud wasps that reign undisturbe4 on the walls and ceil
ings of the deserted Foreign church are evidence in the case. Uut
for all that, the Wailuku people
mid when on last Sunday night,
Wailuku and announced that there
he was greeted with a congregation which was eminently respecta
ble both in size and quality. And if suc'i a sermon as was preach
ed were guaranteed to the Wailuku,
charm would be added to the town
& There is a belief in California
wave qf prosperity now headed for the Islands, and this sentiment
finds expression in letters from business men on the Coast to their
castomers on the Island. This is doubtless true, and 'within
a year any good sugar stock will be in demand at a premium in the
st;ck markets of the States. Although business was good las
vear. un to the advent of the rnasue. yet the people oi tne lsianas
have yet to learn the real meauing
plitied during the next few years
HU It seems a mistake hat Kahului is not thrown wide open to
the proper classes of mechanics
not encouraged to come and take
lots. The theory of the present
and own and run the town themselves may be a good one, and they
seem to he going to work about it
hut would it not make more business for(the railroad company, if
outsiders were invited to come in and help to build up the town?
HI There has been something pathetic in the apathy which China
has heretofore manifested concerning the inroads of foreign na
tions. And the pathos almost became bathos when she permitted
little Japan to dominate her. But if once the four hundred mil
lions of China conclude to unito
solid sentiment of union for protection is created, it is a safe guess
that the Chinese wall will a?aiu
it once baffled the Tartars.
Hjj Although the law requires all
conducted in the English language,
Island of Maui, onby a very small
brought to court can speak or understand English, even as she is
poke on Maui. Interpreters fees
unavoidable one. In this connections the circuit court; of Maui and the
district court of Wailuku should be provided with a good Japanese
lUI There is no sweeter music in
and hammer, and the solitary rat
the construction of the NEWj
chorus so that one can no; go on
that the carpenter is there before
the perfume qf new boards and
. H Money may be a little tight
and with the disbursement of sugar dividends, the tide of winter
tourist travel and the natural
constantly being made, plenty of(
poses will soon be Ijowing "4 every needed chan nel. There's a
good time ppming, boys.
jgjjj There is an excellent opening
there wjll be an abundant supply
(or the News will find out why not,) and then there will be no ex
tuse for further delay in providing a cosy little hotel for the ac
., .1 A.! 11 A. 11! 1 1 1 n - i
roiuinuuauDu oi uje travelling
. convenient tq visit Luhaina.
With an increase in material
attention given by all good citizens to the matter of education
rpi, : . : 1 .. ,. j i , .
iueiu i no jiariiuuiur cause wr
the past is concerned, but the need will be greater now. Good
teachers and good schools and
watchword of the Territory,
8 Presumably, the people of the Territory of Hawaii, even in
eluding the Advertiser, feel some desire to see the Territory be
tome a state. If so, the sooner
ments are .established for the
s sooner we will be1 able to demonstrate that we "are ready for state
IflAUI BLUE BOOK
Hon. J. V. Kuliin. Clii nlt .lmlii.v
.1. K. N. VCfolu. I'UmU HhvuiH oi rl.
Jiuli;? (.1 RolxTtsouDlst. Miitflstr.ii
" Kiil'Hiili'lio, " "
" K:tlt?iknu, " 11 .
" .losrpu, " "
" I'llniiimi, " "
' Mulnm. " "
" KnluMiliHlitlinln. " "
L. M. Hiilrtwln, Shcria,
A. N. Hnvsi-ldun, Duputy SliorllT,
V. H. KIuk.
('. R. Lindsay, " "
F. WiUrock, " "
G. Trimble " "
W. K. SuftVry. Cuptiilu Polled,
S. Kitliiimt. "
M. KnuhniiliBn, " "
Uluilwiv, " "
F. J. Freury, " '
C. H. DlcUuy, Tux Assessor,
W. T. Robinson, IXiputy Assessor
W. O. Alkuu,
U. Munti, " "
are very much like other folks,
a stray itinerant wandered into
would be service at the church
people every Sunday night, one
which it now sadly lacits.
that '.hero is a tremendous
of good times as it will he exem
and tradesmen, and that such are
long leases of desirable business
management at Kahului to build
with plenty of vim and energy,
against dismemberment, and
baffle the Cossacks and Saxons as
proceedings in the courts to be
yet as a matter of fact, qn the
percent of those who go or are
will long be a heavy tax, and an
a little town than that of the saw
- a - tat which wpke up Wailuku, at
annex, has swelled to a regular
a lnglQ gfreet now without finding
him, and the air is laden with
just now, but panjc is possible
developments and improvements
money for all commercial pur
for a hotol in Laihaina. Soon
of good, fresh water for the town
puoac wnQ nni it necessary or
prosperity, there should he extra
coinpiuini on Tnat score so iar as
plonty of thorn should ho th
that regular municipal govern
different counties and cities, the
The U. S. S. Iroquois arrived from
Midway Island last Sunday.
The Nahiku stockholders have con-
luded to suspend operations for one
The business wen of Hilo report
rade unusually "dull anil money
tight. ' "
The Club, Panth?on and Hotel
Stable companies, Honolulu, have
M. II. Flint, U. S. postal inspec
tor, went to Hawaii on official busi
ness this week.
Forty lepers are to bo sent from
Ka'ihi receiving camp to Molokai
early next week.
P. M. Lucas, late manager of the
Hawaiian Hotel has accepted a
position with Lovejoy & Co.
The first Hawaiian grand jury was
impanelled at Honolulu on Monday,
with H. E. Waity as foreman.
William Marshall, the newspaper
writer, was arrested on Monday for
committing an assault on, Chester
Col. MeCartya nd Mr. Sayers are
trying to establish direct steamer
communication bptween Seattle and
The Hogau Misntevl cases against
the Canadian-Australian S. S. Com
pany have been compromised for
Nearly four thousand acres of cane
will be put in by private parties at
Olaa, to be ground by the Olaa
Rich soil, fine cane and Manager
Campbell form a combination that
is making a success of Puna Plan
Thos. Allen Smith, of Berkeley,
Cal., has been appointed as teacher
at Lahainaluua to take the place of
Mr. F. P. Rosecrans.
The wreck of the William Carson
has broken loose from its moorings
m .Honolulu harbor and is anout, to
the great danger of shipping.
TJ.W i.. t T ,
xc-iiy uui-very is developing m
Puna, Hawaii. Several cases are
reported, and in each cases Jap
aneso are the suspected parties.
lho Oahu Sugar Com pan v has
passed its second bi-montlily dividend
of a per cent, which has caused i
drop of $25 in the price of the stock
For congress, Sam Parker, repub
hcan, J. O. Carter, democrat and
Robert Wilcox, independent seem to
bo in the lead, but "there are
Chinese Consul Goo Kim of Hono
lulu insists that the foreigu ministers
in Peking are safe and sound, and
that they will be turned over by the
Chinese government at the nroner
Attorney George Davis was fined
iu.mi in tne Honolulu district cour
on the chanro of havin" tnkino-
acknowledgements as a Notary Pub
lie, without havjng procured the
The Hilo papers and people ar
still agitating the proposition
organizing a military company, and
Governor Dole has offered to help it
alony, Such an organization, well
may come in very handy
Judge Humphreys rules that At
torney General Dole has no right to
appear as attorney for the defend
in the case of police ofticers sued for
misconduct, and ordered his name
stricken from the Circuit Cour
calendar as such attorney.
An ciunusiastic reception was
tendered to the returning delegata:
to the Republieau National Conver
tior., at Honolulu, on Saturday even
ing. Able uddresses were delivered
by Hon. A. N. Kepoikai, Hon. Sam
uel Parker Hon. Harold M. Sewall
IN THE SUPREME COURT OF
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
June Term, 1000.
1. When Required.
"No person shall be held to an
swer for a capital, or otherwise
infamous crime, unless on a present
ment or indictment of a grand jury,
except in cases arising In the land
and naval forces, or in the militia,
when in actual scrvfce'in time of war
public' danger." U, S. Const.,
Amend., Ar a.
2. How Drawn.
"Until otherwise provided by the
legislature of 'the Territory, grand
juries may be drawn in' 'bav manner
provided by the Hawaiian statutes
for drawing petty juries." Org.
Act., Sec. 83.
3. Qualifications of Jurors.
"No person who is not a male
citizen of the United States and
tweuty-ono years of age, and who
cannot understandingly speak, read
and write the Euglish language, shall
be a qualified juror or grand juror
in the Territory of Hawaii, and all
juries shall hereafter be constituted
without reference to the race or
place of nativity of the jurors.
Org. Act., Sec. 83.
4. Number of Jurors.
The number of grand -jurors in
each circuit shall be not less than
thirteen, nor more than twenty
three. See Org. Act., See, 83.
"Until otherwise provided by the
legislature of the Territory, grand
juries 1 shall sit at its such tunes
as-the circuit judge of the respective
circuits shall direct." Org. ct.,
Before the grand jury retires, the
prosecuting officer, or any person
held to answer a charge for a crinn
ual offen-ie, may challenge the panel
or an individual juror, for cause to be
assigned to the court. All such
challenges shall be .tried and deter
mined by the court.
From the persons summoned to
serve as grand jurors and appear
ing, the court shall appoint a forer
man and may remove him for cause.
The court may appoint another fore
man when the necessity arises.
8. Oath of Grand Jurors.
Substantially the following oath
shall be admministercd to the grand
You, and each of you you do
solemnly swear (pr affirm) that j'ou
will diligently inquire, and true pre
sentment make, of all such matters
and things as shall bo given you in
charge, or shall otherwise con e to
your knowlodgo touching this present
service; that you will present no
one through envy, hatred,or malice,
nor leave any wi6 unpresented
through fear, favqr, affection, gain
reward or hope therefor, but will
present all things truly as. they
come to your knowledge, according
to the best qf your understanding;
and that you, will keep secret the
proceeding had b,P fore you."
9. Charge of the Court.
The grand jury, being impanelled
and sworn, shall be charge by $he
court. Iu doing so, the cayrt shall
give them such information as it may
deem proper as to their duties and as
to the law pertaining tq such cases
as may come beforethem. The court
may furtler charge the jury when
the necessity arises.
10. Officer in Attendance.
The court may appoint an officer
to attend upon the grand jury.
11. Retirement of the G rand Jury.
The grand jury shall than retire
to a private room and inquire into
the offenses cognizable by them.
The grand jury may appoint one
of their number to be their clerk, to
preserve minutes of the proceeding
before them, which miuutes shall be
delivered to the prosecuting officer,
when so directed by the grand jury.
13. Subpoena of AVitnes.ses.
"The several circuit courts may
subpoena witnesses to appear before
the grand jury in liko manner us
tuey subpoena witnesses to appear
before their respective courts." Org.
Act., Sec. 83.
14. Swearing Witnesses.
mtnesses appearing before the
grand jmy may be sworn in open
Court pr by Jthe foremau of the grand
ury or, m nx absence, by any
substantially as follows:
"You do solemanly swear (or
affirm) that the evidence which you
shi'H give before the grand jury
shall qe the truth, the whole truth,
and nothing but the truth."
1,). Presence Of Others with Jurors.
The prosecuting officer or ' auy
member of the grand jury may
interrogate witnesses before the
grand jury. The prosecuting officers
shall advise the grand jury in regard
to the law of the cases that coinc
before them and draw the
An interpreter may be present
at the examination of witnesses be
fore the Grand Jury.
Except the' prosecuting officer,
interpreter, and witness under ex
amination, no person shall be permit
ted to bo present during the sessions
of the grand jur'y.
JSo persou except the members
of the grand jury shall bo permitted
to be present during the expression
of their opinions,
or the giving of
1(5. Twelve Grand Jurors to Concur
Ko indictment shall bo found, nor
shall any presentment be made,
without tho concurrence of at least
twelve grand jurors.
17. Indorsement' by foreman shall
bo indorsed, "A true bill," aud such
indorsement shall be signed by the
foreman. An indictment shall be
indorsed also by ' the prosecuting
officer. A presentment, wlien made,"
shall be signed by the foremau.
18. Presonthig and Filing.
Indictments or presentments, when
found shall be preseuted by tho
foreman, in the. presence of the other
grand jurors, to the Uourt, and shall
there be filed; but such as are found
for a felony against aiy, person not
m custo dy or mider recognizance,
shall not be open to the inspection of
any person except t,he prosecuting
officer, until the defendant therein
shall have been arrested.
The foregoing rules relating to
grand juries are hereby prescribed
iiy the y,ourt,
HENRY SMITH, Clerk.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii,
TERRIT;ORY OF HAWAII, IS
LAND OF OAHU.
Honolulu, July 30, 1900.
The following appointments have
been made in the Judiciary Depart
ment of the Territory of Hawaii.
George Lucas, James A. Thomp
son and P. D. Kellett, Jr., respective
ly, as First, Second and Third
Deputy Clerks of the Judiciary
Department for the First Circuit.
James N. K. Kechv, as Deputy
Clerk of the Judiciary Deparnment
for the Second Circuit.
H. D. Wishard, as Deputy Clerk
of tho Judiciary Department for the
The Governor directs that notice
be given that the following persons
have been appointed Members of the
Tax ApPeal Court:
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Win.iA. McKay, President."
Win. L. Decoto.
HENRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of tho Territory.
Capitol, August 1st, 1900,
W. 0- Allien, Esq., has this day
been appointed a Notary Public
for the Second Judicial Circuit of
the Toi'i'itory of Hawaii
EDMUND P, DOLE,
Office of the Attorney Gonerul,
Honolulu, July 2, 1900,
Is hereby given that Jas. N,K.
Keola, Esq., has this l'Jth day of
July, A. D. 1900, been appointed
Notary Public for . the Second
Judicial Circuit of the Territory
EDMUND P. DOLE,
Honolulu, July 19th, 1900
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