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Saturday, September 8
?H Wantod, a wlinlosalo and retail commission store. With the
iiiKin-.'stj i in port and export rut ail t ratio on Maui, it is certainly
some .vli.it singular that sumo enterprising man has not already
ft'.s?'i i v. 1 hois.vl th 'i opportunity .offered for this lino and business.
Tiicro is a stead' and increasing demand for goods which are not
generally, i:nd in some oases not ut all, handled by Maui mor
chau's. and this is tho tield to bo occupied. Again, no ono has made
an organized and intelligent effort to handle the exports of Maui
along the lines of giirdon and farm produco. This field cannot in
the nature of things remain idle much longer, and while it will
make money fur the right man, it will also stimuluto the produc
tion of a great deal of home produce as soon as a market is
brought to tho door of the small farmer.
Are Hawaiian children boins
Formerly they were i: industrious race, but the young Hawaiian
of today, educated in the public
the shad ? and twang his ukulele
pounds poi. with tho same sang
young American brothers who have been educated out of the idea
of good, honest, hard work. Frankly, there should be no schools
on the islands except such as teach
the three R's. No. boy should graduate without a certificite that
he can shoe his horse, mend has shoes, and build his barn, as well
as to spell met 3m psychosis and give the lateral boundaries of
HJ Tourist travel for the winter will soou be visiting Maui, and of
course will visit Iao Valley. No time should be lost in putting the
government road up the valley in
most eloquent plea for improvement. With a steam rock crusher
and prison labor available, it is sincerety to be hoped that the road
board can see its way clear to go to work at it. If nothing more
can be done, at least tho brush should be cut from the sides of the
road so that they will not whip out the eyes of those driving up the
valley. In several places, the water from the plantation Hume runs
down the road for fifty yards, before finding egress. Repairs and
improvement are imperatively demanded.
H) It should be impressed upon the gentlemen who hope to rep
resent Maui in the next legislature,
piece of road about fifteen miles
and which would complete the
west Maui. The road referred to is
kohau. This road, besides giving
the island an outlet to the Wailuku and Kahului markets, would
open up about 6000 acres of des
not now bo sold because there
land. The need is too clear and
my ambitious friends?
HI There is rich and abundant
the individual Hawaiian, under
canism in its highest and most
pected that the present generation will realize this promise, but
their children and their children's children, springing from a race
so full of natural art, feeling and
to a race of poets, musicians and,
an today is as a general rule a gentleman at heart, and when ve
neered with the average amount
will bestow upon him, he will be
11 In view of the importance and
coniplished at the eiisuing legislature, tho News feels con strained
to put a hook iuthe nose of some
metropolis and bring them up
wraugling, gentlemen, and lay aside, your selfish and self-seeking
courses; join the Nkws in a united and . unselfish effort to secure
the very best material available
less of petty cliques and heart
plain duty, you can take up the
election, without fear of further
Bob. Wilcox is preparing a bitter experience for his adhe
rants, if his plans carry well. Perhaps they need just such an ex
perience to teach them to think
that a majority of them will see
discussions which tin- approaching election will call fo:th and
move in the right direction.
fcS In the struggle for labor
Maui present, the dollar limit for
v"2 .the Pioneer Plantation, and other plantations will probably bo
compelled to follow suit, or get euchered.
The Maui Board of Health should ajt once investigate the foul,
ill smelling and disease breeding poi factories on Market .s.treet,
jVailuku and .condemn every one of the.ni.
MAUI BLUE BOOK
Him. .1. W. Kiilui. I'lrciilt JiuU'c. Wiillimu
J. lv. X. KiMilu. Clerk ntrcull ( imrt, Wnlliilm
Jmk'c (J.H UnU.TtsmlWt. .wiwi.-'.trutii. Wiillului
" Kui 'Ulli'lio, " "
" Kuli'ikiiu, ' "
" .Ills'!!,. " "
" riiniumi, " "
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" KiiliiHilmlulmlu. " "
L,. M. MiiMwIn, KlicrllT.
A. X. HiivwiUlm, Uoimtjr Slicrlit
W. H. Kin.
C. H. Llmlaity, " "
V. Witt nick, " ''
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W. K. Siiftery, Cuptuia I'.iliic,
S. K ili:ni:l.
M. Kitiilmulutik. " "
Iimtsey. ' "
V. .T. I'Yimry, " "
i IT Uicknjr, Tax AHr.
W. T. Hiitiluson. U.'puty A"'"''
W. n. AlUeu,
it. Dunn. " "
J. l.iRlKK. " "
educated in tho right direction?
schools of the Islands, cm sit in
while tho old father digs taro and
froid which marks some of his
the mechanical arts as well as
order. Its present condition is a
that there is a very important
long which should be built at once
circuit of carriage travel around
to be builtf rom Waihoe to Hoiio
the people on the north end of
irable government land which cau
is no way to get to or from this
plain for argument. What say you
promise in store for the future of
the fostering influence of Amen
generous sense. It is not to be ex
mechanical skill, will develop in
mechanics. The average Hawaii
of civilization that Americanism
an honor to his race ' and to his
gravity of the objects to bo ac
of the levathan newspapers of the
with a round xrn. Stop your
for the next legislature, regard
turnings, Having thus done your
quarrel where you left o.7 before
reb,uke from the Maui prc.;s,
for themselves, still it is possible
his weak points in the light of the
which the changed conditions of
Hawaiian labor has been reached
Sdvontern acres of 3'oung cane
were destroj-od ut Mukaweli by lire.
Tito volcano roiul. Hawaii, Is being
seriously damaged by continuous
Tito Honolulu Iron Works lias tli.)
on tract for i'.iio ) feet of :'.0 in. pipe
for tlio new electric light coin puny in
Ileef has advanced three cn'.ts a
pound in Honolulu. Steaks that coat
18 cents will sell for 21 cents per
Tlie lease of 2."), 000 acres at Kahi-
kinui, Muui, was sold to A. EnosftCo.,
of Wailuku, for the sum of $3,010
per year. '
George W. Smith, chairman ot the
Republican Ten itorial Committee,
has severed his connection with ti c
Tho Paloma, Captain Hobron, and
tho Dewey, Captain Macfarlanc,
raced from Honolulu to Lahaiua and
return, the latter winning.
Governor Dole has received a letter
from Washington declining the offer
of the Territory to furnish u battal
iou of trj.asfor f or vice ii China
The coming republican coivcntion
will bo held at Honolulu, although
Hilo had raised SIOCU to delrav ex
penses in case it should be held at
On account of the fuiluro of Presi
dent Smith and staff to arrive (n
time, Oahu College and Punahou
Preparatory School will not o;)en till
Eugene Avery has brought suit
ojrainst W. C. Kinjr of Honolulu for
$10,000 damages in the Circuit
Court, his former suit for $5,000 hav
ing beeu dismissed.
Tho Hilo Tribune insists that the
government is acting unfairlyin the
matter of emplojing Japanese and
Chinese on public works to theexclu
sion of American citizens.
The Hilo papers have taken up the
fight for local government in earnest
and argue that it will materially ad-
vauce the interests of the big island,
if it bo allowed to gover.i itse'f.
Capt. McDonald of the Claudir.e
will make an extended visit td the
Coast, and Y illiam Weir, forim r
first officer, has been promoted to
the captaincy of t.ic weekly Maui vis
Tho Democratic leaders held
meeting at Honolulu last Monday
and received reports from the other
Islands. Calls for a primary and u
territorial convention will soon bo
Samuel Barney, tho slayer (f
Charles Y. Lorbeer, was found
guilty of manslaughter in tho first
degree and sentenced to imprison
ment at hard labor for the term of
A. C, Steele, manager of the Hilo
Tribune Publishing Co., W. McKay
of tho Hilo Railroad, C. O. Smith, G
F, Affonso and J. G. Scrrao are some
of the prominent Hiloites who have
become American citizens.
About 2o0 Mystic Shriners from
tho Coist will visit Hilo about the
middlp of October, having chartered
the Zelandia for that purpose. They
will probably visit Maui and Hono
lulu before returning to the Coast.
Tho Military Company at Hilo, con
! t . .
sis u:ig ui men, was sworn in on
Thursday evening, by Major J.
n a a, mi ii ...
rruu. ue iouowmg onicers were
elected: William A. Fetter, captain
H, Ludloff, first lieutenant; L. Zcers
About 23 Galicians appeared bo
fore Judge Litllo on Hawaii for the
purpose of taking out naturalization
papers. They have resided on the
Islands for three years, and at the
end of two years more vhey will be
entitled to all the rights of citizen
ship, in case they have learned to
read and wrie tho .English language.
IX THE SUPREME COURT OP
THE TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Juno Term, 1900.
1. When Required.
"No person shall bo held to an
swer for a capital, or otherwise
nfamous crime, unless on a present
ment or indictment of a grand jury,
except m cases arising in tho land
and naval forces, or in the militia,
when in actual service in time of war
or public uanxrer. U. S. Const..
Amend., Art. 5.
2. How Drawn.
''Until otherwise provided by the
legislature of the Territory, grand
juries may bo drawn in tho manner
provided by tho Hawaiian statutes
for drawing petty juries."' Org.
Act., Sec. 83.
3. Qualifications of Jurors.
"No person who Is not a male
citizen of tho United States and
twenty-one years of age, and who
cannot understandingly speak, read
and write the English 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 tho jurors
Org. Act., Sec. 83.
4. Number of Jurors.
ine numoer or grand lurors in
each circuit shall be not less than
thirteen, nor more than twenty
throe. See Org. Act., Sec. 83.
"Until otherwise provided by tho
legislature of tho Territory, grand
juries shall sit at its such times
as the circuit judge of the respective
circuits shall direct.'' Org. A.ct
Before the grand jury retires, the
prosecuting onicer, or any person
held to answer a charge for a crimi
nal offense, may challenge tho panel
or an individual juror, for cause to be
assigned to the court. All such
challenges shall be itried and deter
mined by the court.
From the persons . summoned to
serve as grand jurors and appear
ing, tho 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 tho following oath
shall bo adinnunistered to tho grand
"You, and each of you you do
solemnly swear (or affirm) that you
will diligently inquire, and true pre
sentment make, of all such matters
and things as shall bo given you in
charge, or shall otherwise come to
your knowledge touching this present
service; that you will present no
oiie through envy, hatred,or malice,
nor leave any ono unprcsented
through fear, favor, affection, gain,
reward or hope therefor, but will
present all things truly as they
come to your knowledge, according
to the best of your understanding;
and that you will keep secret the
proceeding had before you."
9. Charge of tho Court.
The grand jury, being impanelled
and sworn, shall be charge by the
court. In doing so, the court shall
give them such information as it may
deem proper as to their duties and as
to tho law pertaiuing to such cuses
as may come beforethem. The court
may furtrer charge tho 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 Grand Jury.
The grand jury shall than retire
to a privato room and inquire into
the offenses cognizable by them.
Tho grand jury may appoint one
of their number tQ bo tholr clerk, to
preservo minute of the proceeding
before thorn, which niinutia shall be
delivered a the prosecuting officer,
when so directed by the grand jury.
13. Subpoena of Witnesses.
"The several circuit courts may
subpoena witnesses to appear before
tho grand jury in like manner as
they subpoena witnesses to appear
before their respective courts." Org.
Act., Sec. 83.
14. Swearing Witnesses.
Witnesses appearing before the
grand juy may be sworn iu open
Court or by the foremau of tho grand
jury or, iu ms aosence, by any
member thereof. .
Th9 .oath or fflraatto iasy be1
substantially as follows: .
"You do solemn nly swear (or
affirm) that tho evidence which you
shall give before the grand jury
shall qe tho truth, the whole truth,
and nothing but the truth."
15. Presence of Others wi th Jurors.
The prosccutiug officer or any
member of the irrund jury nuiv
interrogate witnesses before the
grand jury. The prosecuting officers
shall advise tho grand jury in regard
to tho law of the cases that come
before them, and draw the indict
An interpreter may be present
at the examination of witnesses be
fore, the Grand Jury.
Except tho pro? officer,
.nterpreter, and witness under ex
animation, no person shall be permit
ted to bo present during tho sessions
of the grand jury.
No person except the members
of tho grand jury shall bo permitted
t ) be present during the expression
cf their opinions, or the giving of
16. Twelve Grand Jurors to Concur
jo indictment shall bo found, nor
shall any presentment bo made,
without tho concurrnccf at least
twelve grand jurors.
17. Indorsement by foreman shall
be indorsed, "A true bill." and such
indorsement shall be signed by the
foreman. An indictment shall be
indorsed also by tho prosecuting
officer. A presentment, when made,
shall be signed by the foreman.
18. Presenting and Filing.
Indictments or presentments, when
found shall be presented by tho
foreman, iu the presence of the other
grand jurors, to the Court, and shall
there be filed; but such as are found
for a felony against any person not
in custody or under recognizance
shall not be open to the inspection of
any person except the prosecuting
officer, until the defendant therein
shall have been arrested.
The foregoing rules relating to
grand juries are hereby prescribed-
By the Court,
HENRY SMITH, Clerk.
Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii
July 5, 11)00.
Is hereby given that Jas. N.K.
Keola, Esq., has this l'.lth day of
July, A. D. 1000, been appointed
Notary Public for the Second
Judicial Circuit of the Territory
EDMUND P. DOLE,
Honolulu, July 19th, 1900
THE BOARD OF REGISTRATION
FOR MAUI, MOkOKAIA LANAI
will hold the following Meetings
Thursday, Sept. 20, l'JOO, at Kalau
papa, Molokai, (Kalawao
people take notice),- (5 A,
M. to 1P.M. '
Friday, Sept, 21, 1000, at Halawa
Saturday, Sept. 22, 1900, at Pukoo
Monday Sept. 24, l'JOO, at Kamalo
Tuesday Sept. 25, J'JOO, at Kauna
kakai Plantation Store.
Fuhmy Sept. 28, 1900, Honokowai
Maui,- II A. M. to 1 P,
M. At Honolua, same day
3 P. M. to 6 P. M
Saturday Sept. 29, 1900, at Hono
kohau School House, 8 A
M. to 10 A. M. At Kaha
kuloa, same day, 1 P. M
to 2 P. M. At Waihce
same day, 4:30 P, M, to
5:30 P. M,
Monday Oct. 1, 1900, at Hamakua
poko Store all day,
Tuesday Oct. 2, 1900, at Hamakua
poko Storo all day,
Wkd. Oct. 3, 1900, at Huelo
School, House, 10 A, M. to
12. M. At Pauwela Store
same day, 2 P. M. to 4 P
Thursday Oct. 4, 1900, at Paia
Plantation Office, all day
Friday Oct. 5, 1900, at Paia Plan
tation Office, all day,
Saturday Oct. C, 1900, at Spreck
kelsvillo Plantation Store
10 A. M. to 4 P. M.
Monday Oct. 8, 1900, at Kihei Plan
tation Office, 10 A. M. to
Tuesday Oct. 9, 1900, Wailuku
Court House, 10 A. M. to
5 P. M .
F. W. HARDY
R. C. SEARLE
JAS. N.K. KEOLA
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