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yo also IniVo a complete and. up
jojjdato lipo'of Job Type and are pre
pared to do
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Iucoriforiiled Under tlio Law.-
Ihf Jiiimblie of Hawaii.
OFFICERS AND DITJECTOKS:
SURPLUS& UNDIVIDED PROFITS $171,564.94
Clins. M. Cooke , President
P. C. Junes Vice-President
C. II. Cooke Cashier
F. C. Atl.erton. . . . Assistant Cashier
Directors Henry Watcrhousc,
Tom X r, F. W. Jlnefarkiue, E. D.
Tenny. I. A. JlcCrtntlless.
Solicit tlie Accounts of Firtns. Cor
pora 1 if"!-., Trusts, Individuals, and
will jjro.nptly and carefully attend to
'.ill business connected with bank-ills'
entrust, d to it. Sell a,nd Purchase
Forrifjr i-lxclmnge, Ivvjo Letters of
- SAVINGS dgpaKVaient.
Ordir.nry and Term Deposits re
ceived and Interest allowed in', ac
cordance" with rules and conditions
printed in pass books, copies of
which may bo had on application.
Judd Building, Fort St. .Honolulu
SOJ.K AOK.NTS 1'OIt
Kickapoo Indian SAfiWA
HEALY & BIGELOW.
Main office and permanent address
Cor. Chapel and Hamilton St.
New Haven, Conn.
Foe Balii by all
Leading Stoeesind Druggists
For Northern Assurance Co.
Canadian Australian Steamship
Pacific -Cycle & frlfg. Co.
-art Sti-otv Honolulu
STERLING and IVffl JOHNSON
DELEPSIN All kind of sportlnft Goods
The "Norwood" ,
1 the American citwQH -
is SOLID THROUdHOUT.
t is made of
SATIN CALF in Lac
Mn's sives sell for
ECONOMIC SHOE CO. li
Read The MAUI NEWS,
, on Earth
for the m0mey-'
"ALL HE wMf Sm
FIFTEENTH ANNUAL MEETING.
Muni Haciiif Assodaiion.
At Spreckels' Park, Kaluihu.
Thursday, JULY 4th, 1901.
fl" Races to commence at 10 o'clock
A. m. hharj).
First: DICYCLE RACE,
r Half Mile Dash, forAmateurs, first
, prize $20, second irize $.", en
trance fee S2.no.
Second: RUNNING RACE.
Half Mile Dash, free for all Maui
bred Maiden horses, purse. $50.
Third: TROTTING AND PACING
Mile Heats, best 2 in Ii, free, for all
.1 minute class, purse $75.
fourth: RUNNING' RACE!
i luree Fourth mile' dash, free for
; all Hawaii bred horses; purse, $50
Fifth: RUNNING R'ACE.
One Fourth mile dash free for all
Maul bred ponies 14 hands and
under, to carry 100 lbs; purse $25
Sixth: TROTTING AND PACING
liest two in three, free for all
j Maui maiden horses; purse, $50,
Seventh : PONY RUNNING RACE
Half miles dash, 14 hands and un
der, to carry 100 lbs.; purse $10,
Eighth: MULE RACE.
Halt mile dash, catch weights
Ninth: JAPANESE RAGE
Half mile dash, free for all, Japan
ese riders only; purse, $25
Tenth: FOOT RACE.
One hundred yardsdash; purse $10,
All entries' to cloHo 6n .Saiurday
Juno 20, at 2 P. M., except tho bicy
.clo and foot races for w.hich 'entries
will close 10 minutes before the race
All Entries' are, to ba made with
the Secretary before 12 o'clock noon
on Friday, (June, 2Sth, 1901. En
trance fee to be 10 per cent of the
purse unless otherwise specitied.
ah Kaces are to bo run or trotted
under the rules of the Maui Racin
i All Horses are expected to start
tinless withdrawn by 12 o'clock
on July 2nd, 1901.
r it .
uunerai juimission .-50 cents
urauti btautl (extra). .$.50 & $1.00
Quarter Stretch Badges. , . .$2.50
Bids for the Refreshment Stand
privilege will be received by the Sec
rotary up to June 21lh, Hi noon,
i'er urcier of Executive Committee
, George Hons.
Secretary M'a'ufRacing Association
Vessels'in Poit Knhulul
' ' Am. Sp'. Hem-y Failing, Matthews
iromxN. i , Iron & Rails.
. Aim Ship Emily F. Whitney, Brig
man from S. F. Gen'IMdse.
Am. -Schr. S. T. Alexander, Ipsen,
f J..C- T.-I .
June 4th. S. S. Claudine,
June 3rd. Am. Schr. Jlclen N,
Jvunball, Hansen, froilf Faiming
Island. , , -,
June 4th. S, S. 'Claudine, Parker,
ior iiana.anti Hawaii.
Juno; th. 'S, S. Claudine, Parker
io 13 tJiy of Pekii
" lS'Maripdsa. , .
eking S. F
" 13 China Yokohama
" 2t Gaelic San Fran6isco
" 22 Doric Yokohama
" 25 Ventura San Francisco
" 25 Siorra Colonies
" 29 Hongkong. Maru S. F.
Juno 13 City of Peking. . .Yokohama
la China San Francisco
' 19 Mariposa San Francisco
" 21 Gaelic Yokohama
" 22 Doric San Francisco
" 25 Ventura. . . .; . v :. .Colonics
" 25 Siorra. ... . . .'.San Francj.Wo
" 29 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama I
Circuit Court, in Session1,
(Continued from page 2)
to engage in this traffic must apply
to the proper authorities to obtain
a license; and it will bo your duty to
make a thorough examination into
these alleged illegal sales, and find
such indictments nslc'youmay, after
careful examination detormino upon
against any and all pcrsous whom
you may have reason to believe, and
are satisfied from tho evidence have
been and are violating the liquor law
of this Territory.
This law lias been placed upon the
Statute Hook for the protection of
the Government and the people; and
it is uufair to those who apply for
and pay for tlicirjicenscs to sell li
quor that persons should carry on
tho. business illegally.
Police officers are charged with
the enforcement of this law within
-their several Districts; and if they
have failed or neglected to perforin
'that'duty, you will not hesitate to
report them to this Court.
This Court and the Attorney Gen
cral's Department arc earnestly r,o
operating in the matter of enforcing
the law against the illegal sale and
tratlic m intoxicatiug liquor, and, of
fenders against this law will be nr
rested and tried. -t t ..
During the taking of testimony
none beside witnesses wilL bo permit
ted to be present excepting the At
torney-General and his.,assistants.
During your deliberations find vote
as to whether or not you will pre
sent an indictment,, no person not a
member of your body caii bo present
Any infringement of this rule will
render an indictment presented by
' As yoiuirc awitre, your oath binds
you to secrecy. It is not ncccessry
for mo to' .enlarge or comment upon
this, because I am satisfied you will
observe secrecy in all your official
In order to find an indictment
twelvo of your number must agree
we are to uo congratulated, con
sidering the large floating population
and class oi peopio who won: upon
the plantations as laborers, that
there is an absence of the more se
nous crimes wmcn are committed in
other communities. ,
Your powers and duties aro. cobx?
tensive and limited by the criminal
jurisdiction of this Courtf of whicl
you are a constituent part.
I have appointed Mr. R. C. Searle
as Foreman of this Grand Jury.
You will now retire and enter up
on the performance of j'our import
ant anu responsible uuiics; and j am
satisfied that you will give serious
care and Consideration to the various
matters' which will be given you in
charge, arid which you will have to
perform durjng this Session of this
On Thursday aftcri. in the grand
jury presented a truo bill against
Kashimota Yashisuke, the Japanese
wife killer of Liahaina. Jas, II. Colic
and Jjf H. Kahaulelio wer6 a'ppditit
ed to defend him, and upon being ar
raigned jestorday afternoon he in
terposed a plea of not guilty; '
The following cases haVo been dis
posed of. Territory vs Kckualelo, li
quor selling; $100 without cost.
You Lee vs, August Roimnnn,
assumpsit? judgment for plaintifi'
On Friday afternoon the grand
jury found .a.-truo bill against Fred
Wood, who was arraigned and plead
guilty ,-to,the indictment, for burgla
riyhiL the Camp 5 Snrcckolsvil'fb
storc.-.-He will be sentenced this
morning at 9 o'clock. j '
A'truo bill was also found agiiiust
Manuel Coellio, charged with larceny.
G. G. Scong of Lahaina is in tho
clutches of the law, th!f. grand jury
having found an indictment against
him for illicit llqu6f selling at La
haina. He was arrested yesterday
morning -ami' brought over to
Tho cases of Julia Thomas vs. Joo
Lmmsloy for breach of promise pt'-:
c'upied the. attention of the court'
and jury' for a part of Thurs'dny aild
all day yesterday. Tho judge gavu
ifis charge to the jury late yesterday
ma alter being out for a short time,
they returned with a verdict for
1000 damages for tho lacerated
heart of tho fair plaintiff. The
ease will bo appealed.
Tho grand jury Will have A large
mnount of work to do at this term o
court and under the charo. of R. S,
Searle, their energotic foreman they
are making rapid progress.
Tho Circuit. Court; will also have
more than tho usual amount, pf .prim
inal work, and the term will prob
ably continue for another week at
$25, $40, $50
Tho 'Milwaukee Patent. Puncture Proof Tiros, Solo AgMictT jpP
V yuuiuiiiuu uu uiuau tllUSCllII UO llllOll is tit;
aiiey' Honolulu Cycletvy? Ltd; 1
aiiey'; Htlo Cyclery 1
For the Morgan cfe
THE AUTHORITIES ON
THE BEST FOR
MouTrf And teeth
H. HACKFJ5LD & COW Ltd!
sOLE AGENTS FOI THE
gSupneys - -
Two Seated Wagons $100
I O. Box 760
bUA llbitlUN lUVERSv
For m'onth only at 25jg!s. each, size 24 n.$ 24
These co.yei sell for.
-75 cents in Honolulu
We mal6 ffiis" offer5, for the month only
And-will send to any
rostace raid, on
The tome in twelve .patterns .
eirici CSoiorss ''i
P. O. Box C21 TJOFOT,ULU, II. T.
ULO HAWAII '
VVright i-fdck Tires.
$100 & upwardsi
$95 to $100
$160 to $2001
$175 to $200
, $35 to $751;
5.& up per set
Mojnoltilu, l-l, T
address in the Islands
receiot of 25 Cents 1
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