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MIS. 0. 3. ROBERTSON, Bus, Mgri
Sat-riay, August 25
MAUI J&U BQOK
Hun. J. W. Kulun, I'tri-uit Judif", . ' T "
J. K. N. KwU. Oli-rU Ulivull pnr. . n V,,'
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" Kalnlkuu, "
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" IMlnuinu, ' t(
Mull"'. " '
" KiihoolmUhitlii. "
j. M. Hulilwiu, SliiirllT,
A. N. HttTioiMun, l!l"i'y BIhtIS
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M. KituUtiaHivfa " ,,
P. J. Vrmrf, , ( . ,
V. 1J. no'iluwiri, Vj.i)"1;" A.vwur.
W. a. Xhturi, ;'
(I. HinlUi .' ,
Governor Dole and wife rcturnM
to Honolulu on last Saturday's Klntvu.
IN THE. rikPREME COURT OP
THE TERRITORY Oi1 HAWAII.,
Eugene Avery has ouxd tho Hawov
Ian Gastetto for $2(1,000 damagM for
an alleged W'eh
$g Want-aA, a ganfc.V famishing store. The morchant.-i of Maul
iHM Inula a,' tu in itit!? in a hilf hou'ted way, with tin result tha1;
jfono want a suit of clothe suitable for the climato, ho has t
bant vouul f ' suitable si a 3. tin A th?n trust himself to the tender
, . . , 1 .,1 . .......1,1 ... 4 It.-. Wi, t 1"'AT
myrows o. a U.iaieso lauor. u-jnerauy.nieu wuuiu jhuwi j v.-j
in I sj.)l4. 1? th jy c i i ttal wa it tbay want. Hut thay cannot d
so in WaUuku. licnoj tho uoed. Either some of our merchants
should t.iko u.i the u. attar anA handle this trado, or n newcomer
should ta'. h!l of it.
EH Too keea c.i:unot;tion is beginning to raise tho prico of labor
Manager Cmss of the wireless tel
egrmiliy plant ways it will soon bo in
suceH.sful operation, .
Judge. 'WUeox denounces tho rep
i-Vhtnslblu practice of carrying
.tall'.Fs Harbottie Hakuolehas boeii
apixiinW to Succeed fchi ster lloyki
as Japanese hi terprcieiy , t
It Is estimated tht the oulput
.r Ewa Plnntiilion. Oal.u. will this
war be 2. 000 tons of sugar;
A Japanese laborer atOlaa Planta
tion stabbed his wife to death, and
surrendered himself to the police.
on tho Maul - -mtations,
liiuul o! thj J.ip .fur "one
mi?i:i1 art.?:1 :. an v,m
an 1 it begins to look as though tha do- !
day, ono dollar," may not prove a pipe
1.1 .it v.-Iun lint day doo.s came, tlra Jan. unfort-
. . -..!..! u l a : v riv. ...... .
u 1 isiy I r ili 1. W.I L ii k y 3 j I.IJ Z J.l Uj Ul i. X1J mi J Jil iu m
wi) with lit liainur askai. Tra s, white labor receives higher pay
la Califiivaia. b,1.t the work is n it steady. Hjre, tha laborer is as
Siurcd df t eU-e fail months of work every year. And will the
Imitations bo wors o'X! As-i ij-o.ily riot. It is a notorious fact
t.li it tile cneap Japano-iri contract labor on tha Islands hiA beontoo
dear in the end, as can be testified to by any one who has watched
Ihcm at work in the cane fields. With higher wage 5, better and
iiioro profitable labor will be secured, which will oven up things
in the end.
ED The shirt waist may bo sent out, of the dining rdom at Chi-
cagoXit may be refuse! first class hotel accommodations at Oinahi:,
it may be refused recognition in polite society in Salt Lake City, it
may provoke well meant but irresponsible markmanship at Car
son, it muy bo tamed down ut San Franciscci, but '-Then it roaches
Honolulu, it will find itself as much ut home as the Japanese beetle
or tho iuahhini lawyer. Wdiild Brdtlicr Testa luive been haled out
of court, if he hud appeared arrayed in a dainty shirt waist pleated
in the back and trimmed with point lace? We wot not. Start
alon? a crowded street in Honolulu, and you will not meet any two
men dresse.l alike. This leads to confusion which will not be un
ravelled till tile shirt waist sails into Honolulu harbor.
HI In an interview ha tho Honolulu Evening Bulletin; Capt. J.
W. PVutt, chie!df the Water Works bureau, emphasbieil th fact
that WaUuku may fairlj' lay claim to being the garden, spot of the
Hawaiian Islands. Such an assertion made by a resident of Wai-
luku would a iturally be taken with some allowance by outsiders,
but wL?n such an assertion is made by an outsider, and a man of
tho standing of Capt. Pratt, it carries the weight of conviction with
it. As a matter of fact, there is not another tow;! on tho Islands
blessed with so many natural advantages as Wililtiku, for whose
citizens it remains to add tho artificial advantage'.
fH Tho studied attitude of hostility which the Empress Dowager
of China ha for years maintained towards foreigner leaves no
doubt but 'hat she is in close touch with the Boxer element. And
it is ocpaally sure that shejvould rather see China plunged into a
war with the combined forces of the "white devils'" than to allow
thein un open door into her kingdom. Prime Minister Li Hung
Chang understands much bettor that she, what such a war would
msan to China, aiicl iv is to hini alone to extricate China from the
imminent peril Which the tfol'V of the Empress Dowager has prb-
Tho cit-ls.'is of Wailuku should r J'je a p'u'i'sNj and purchase tlA
Instruments f .-r a brass band. There lire iifiiny young Hawaiians
iu Wailuku with a Hawaiian taste and talent for music, who would
gladly help it along. With the dearth of entertainment in Wailuku,
good instrumental music Would be a godsend, and in the near fut
ure, an open air evening concert should be a daily feature of Wai
Hil -Tho development cf a new industry, tba't of tbd manufacture
of guava and poha jelly, referred to in anotlie'r cpluuiri; lends point
to the reiterated demand of the NEWS for the iiiceptidr? of new en
terprises on Maui. There are just as good openings left for new
Ranches of industry, and it is to be hoped that the people of the
Island will Ch'enj selves bee and take advantage of theuii
'..:.''. i i
a he subscription to 000,000 of tho British war loan in tho
Ihiited States marks a new era in the financial politics of the re
public, with both goru end bad features. One of the good feature
is that it olfers twenty five million solid reasons why America und
threat. Britain will never d'o war with each othVr.
if.iajcr FoTIitz cleared tho financial ainfospfiero with a bicath
wheu he said that there is money enoulr.on the Islands for com
Tiiercial, but not enough for specitla'tive purposes." Tliat once
proved true and t'voko the Bank of California in San. Francisco. '
The American Settlers' Union w'dl
conteHt he proposed sale of their
Iaud at Olaa, by the Government.
June Term- WOO.
gubstdritWiiy its fallows!
"You. cW Hcfatminly Bwetir (or
affirm) that th? cTnce which y'dtl
slmll give before the grand jury
shall qe. tht truthj tho whole truth,
and nothing but the truth.
1,V Presoncp of Others witn jurors.
tifti iirciu!iitliff dftVcr or any
Mr. H. J. Metx, former Health
Officer at Hilo, has been appointed
U. S. deputy marshal for the big Island.
The criminal Uliel s ait against tho
Honolulu R'epublieun has been thrown
out of the district court at Honolulu
for alleged laclt of jdBsdlctloh;
Last Friday; Saturday and Sun
day was the hotiest pufiod ever ex
perienced ili , Honolulu. Even the
nights were unbearably oppressive.
We'wWf n't tho tfi'ttnU may
inte'rrb'aatc wltneSHea befdlu the
grand iury; THu tjrdctaitinrf moorn
shall advUw tho ffnlrtd lliry m. regard
1 M-i...n ItOine law OI lliu eu.it.-n 111141 vmhi
No person hnll bo held to an- before tiieni, aim uraw w
An intornretor nifl.V he tn-espnt
mont or hiaietment of a grand jury, at tho examination of witnesses be
ovfioiit in hiiM nvlt in tho land rare the u rami jurj.
KWjJa- ,f n tl,o lililiUtt. I Except tho pro? officer,
a,,n IH itm a,i:v iin tn t1im iif war niterproter, ami witness wmm m
ni- mi hi iiumtor . u: o. i.onsi.. I """"t"""! l""
a ,i a ... k . tod to bo nroseut tlunn-' tlie sessions
i. How Prawn. of the grand iury.
"Until othorwhc provided by the No person except tht memoer
legislature of the Territory, grand of tho grand jury shall bo penniuou
iiirU may be drawn in tho manner 1 1 bo present during the expression
provided by the Hawaiian statutes ci tnoir opinions, or me 4j"'b
for drawing petty juries." Org. meir yoius.
Act,, Soc. 83. 111. Twelve Grand Jurors to concur.
Z. Qualifications of Jurors, X indictment snau do lounu, ; no.
''No person who ii not a male shall any presentment bo made,
citizen of tho United States and wunoui ino concui rn-.-ei un
. ,.r ...! .i,n fivf.lvn (rrnml mrnrs.
iweniy-imo yems oi aat - . i
cannot understandingly spnak, read 1". Indorsement by foreman shall
and write the English language, shall be indorsed, "A true bill, and such
bo a Qualified iuror or grand juror Indorsemout shall bo signed by. the
i.. ii,,, Tndi.ttAit rt ifntvn niwi fill I foreman. An muicunont sniwi vv
iurios shall horoafter b. constituted indorsed also by tho prosecutln.
without reference to tho race or officer. A presentment, when niade,
place, of nativity of tho jurors." shall k signed bv tho foreman
On-. Act.. Src.'ik I8- Presenting and Filing,
4. Number of Jurors. I Indictments or presentments, when
Tho number of grand jurors in found shall be presented by the
each circuit shall bo not less than foreman, in the presence of the other
thlrtooa. nor more than twenty- grand jurors, to tho Court, and shall
three. See Org. Act., Soc. 83. there be ttlod; but sucii as aro lounu
ti.cinu I for a felony against any person not
'Until otherwise provided by the in custody or under recognizance;
legislature of the Territory,, grand shall not be open to the inspection of
juries shall sit at its such times any person exoept tho prosecuting
nf t1i; reshpctivo officer, until the defendant therein
A Rt. XlAnt-intiwh. P.ert Pete
son, and F. J. Testa, somo of the circuits saull direct;"
leaders of local fashion, apiieared on Sec. i .,. ,
the streets today in shirt waists. 6. Challenges,
Star Bcfcro the grand jury retires, the
prosecuting officer, or any person
I .... . . t ! !
Kaapa, a native sailor of the new io uusee u um.iS .Ui . v.-
mates of being the only oue guilty of W individual juror, for cause td be
the murder 'of the Japanese laborer
shall have been arrested.
The foregoing- rules relating tp
grand juries are hereby prescribed
By the Court,
HENRY SMITH, Clerk.
Honolulu; Territory of Hawaii
July 5, 1900.
Judge Little, who isthc choice of
the big island for delegate to the
next session of congress, went to Hon
olulu last week, to remain a couple
Post Office Inspector Flint, who
has been ordered to return ,to the
Coast on the uext Australia, will prrfb-
bly come back to Hawaii to reside
se'utinent make, of all such matters
B. F. Dillingham has returned from
the mainland after a long stay, dur
ing which ' time hi succeeded in in- ' . tlm as sllull p- vou m of the Judiciary
foresting? over half a million dollars M tun,. ,. 1 lfth Circuit
rrt - ll;llUl;t,, Oliail UbllUl nwu ,wnw fcv
iii m.... I ' . .
your knowlodge touching this present
service: that vou will present no
of private capital in Olaa.
Benson, Smith & Co.. the Honolulu one through envy, hatrcd.or malice,
drusr firm have been fined 25or
assigned, to tne court, au . sucu
challenges shall bo , tried and deter
mined by the court'.
From the persons summoned to
serve as grand jurors and appear
ing, the court shall appoint a fore
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
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, IS
LAND OF OAHU.
can be had at the office df tfii'
Wi nlso 11:1 vo a complete and
fo-dato line df Job Tyi'ie and are ilifc-
parcd to do
Honolulu. July 30. 1000.
The following appointments hayei
been made In the Judiciary Depart
ment of tho Territory of Hawaii.
George Lucas, James A. Thomp
son and P. D. KolldttJrrespective-'
lv. as First, Second and Third
shall bo administered to the grand deputy Clerks of the Judiciary
. . 1 ueparwneiiii mi-vnv r irsi vireuii.
1 hv, ni,- nf vm, vou do Jamcs 'K. Kcola, 'as Deputy
iM-.w.wn. thai vn Clerk of tho Judiciary Deparnment
m jih'-ii.. : 1 -..i for the Second Circuit
D. Wishard, as Deputy Clerk-
Department for the
Lfett r It
Bill ilea s)
ellhiEr alcohol without a license.
Tills was a test caso and will bo ap
pealed in order to settle the law 111
nor leave any one unpresenicu
through fear, favor, affection, gain,
reward or hopo
come to vour knowledge, according
to the best of your understanding;
and that you will keep secret the
flif (Invprnnr directs that notice!
therefor, but will h , v. ti ' t tho followln'? nersous
truly as they . b aobohited Members of the
Tax Appeal Court: A
SECOND JUDICIAL CIRCUIT.
Therr. is--still aouie sandat wood I pvoceedinfj had before you."
1 4 a v -1 I n r A 4-1..-. r.,,
..Atif nn lta IcI'ltWI tlT A l ill 1 1 Il.l E If. IjIIIIUIIT. t)l LI 113 UUUl u.
iod it is probable that the Board of I The grand jury,, being impanelled
iV'riculturc will miiko. an effort to tana sworn,, sua a De cnarge oy uie
i.,t(i.n TJnnri Fm-iviU witli i Vi'a i eoui-t. 111 ooiu;.' so. tho court shall
ii-p.u.ui. . ',,' . j-
UlUaOie WOOU. "lV lUl-.lij nutu iwuuiiaumi in urn,.
decjn proper as to tneir auties ananas
I to tho law pertaining to sucn cai.es
Broker Edi Pollitz is visiting the as may come beforethem. Tho court
Islands Ho states that ho is down I may, furtl er charge tho uty when
for his health and for pleasure, mo i the necessity arises.
also states that it would be advisable lti.Officer in Attendance;
Wm,.,A. McKay, President.
Wm. L. Dteeoto'.
HE.NRY E. COOPER,
Secretary of tho Territory,
Capitol, August 1st, 1900.
All work executed m a
to try to find a
stock in London.
market for sugar
Judge Humphreys, "conceiving
The court may appoint an officer
: to attend upon the grend jury.
11. Retirement of the Grand Jury.
Tho grand jury shall than retire
i to a private room and Inquire into
Judging by the f ait there can be no dVoub but that every new
that tho interests of public justice th0 offenses coguizable by them
would bo thereby subserved , re- j. clerk.
quested the resignation of Chester ph& grand jury may appoint oiie
Doyle a:i Japaueso interpreter in his !0f their number to be' their clerk, to
court, and Mr. Dojle immediately rm.t.Serve minutes-of the proceeding
3 nt up his n siguation. I before them, which minutes shall be
delivered to the prosecuting, officer,
wknr, lii-or.trl lw till cril.lld llll-V.
. , , i.ii.u ... v-.. j rc
i Japanese were conyicteu oi us-1 1:, ellh,w.im of Witnesses.
11 . A 1 i T rJ 1 I 1 T'
sauu on me luuu at xauuuufi.uL-j
W. O. Alkohi. Esq.. has this drty
been appointed a Notary Public
for the Second Judicial Circuit of
the Territory pf. Hawaii
EDMUND P. D0L&
Office of the Attorney General,
Honolulu July 2. 1900.
M ,-3 ; "
fiiien in need of Prltitin
iv kind i
iiiVE US A CAL1
two ringleader of whom were tfen- sub,)00ua
-, l r 10 At...
tencea xo mipi ioiuei.i mr io mumus, gl.anj ju).y
Mie xor one 'j p "H'a ou ior i.
months, flvo wtax fit id $30 each,' one
i23 and tho rest 10 each.
Judge Little says that .he ,las re
r.f m:,i. t.iV.knl. TJinil. und Court 6r by the fcVemati of fho grano
, t . ,..l.l,.l. ...... ....1 T ...1 .-1. ii f O .... VI nw .11: 1 - 1 - , I ' 1-. 11. .. , , (... ......
Tiianuuiou in ziuj tiieni. wiueu was wuijraiuu m ouuy "u " " Tr..lino!awe to ran for cU"Tess. He Jul J or, .-'" uuat-111,1.-, uj
.1 i . , . . . i i , i i j ... , 'i i
- -miiuinj.. nn mwiv itecton wuxt, ativt..
Is he'reTjy given that Jas. N.K
ICeola! Esq:, has this 19th dav of
.yieral eirtjuit, fcoirfs nniy July A, jjf. l00;been apointed
Judicfai Circuit of the Territory
Edmund p. Hole,
. Attorney,, ,0ciieral.
Holiolulu, July 19th', 100(7
in like maimtr as
they subpeeua. wituessps, to appear
before theif respective courts." Org.
Act., Sec. 83,i .
11. .Bvearing Witnesses. ;
Witnesses appearlug before the
grand iuy may, bo sworn In -opet
or, m his
Ycur businesg in the
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