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The Haul of llawi
Incorporated Under the Luws of
this Romiblio of Hawaii.
(fttftCHRS AND DIRECTORS:
SURPLUS S UNDIVIDED PROFITS $l7.r.564.94
Chas. M. Ccbko President
V. C. Jones Vice-Presidcut
O. II. CooIjp Cnshiev
F. C. Atliorton. : . . Assistant Cashier
Directors Hcnrv Wjitnrhouso.
0mi May, F. W. Mnefarlano, E. D.
oieiniy. .1. A. JlcCanillcss.
! Solicits the Accounts oi mrnifior
Derations. Trusts, Individuals, and
will promptly and carefully attend to
'.Ill UUSlHBSH'CunnCClCU Willi UUlllWIlf;
entrusted1 tacit. Sell and Purchase
Foreign Exchange, Issuo Letters of
Ordinary-and Terra Deposits re
ceived1 and Interest allowed in ac
cordance with rules and conditions
printi d in pass- boohs,, copies of
which may be had on application.
Judd Luilding,. For.b StEtondulu
SOr.TJ AGENTS I'OK
Kicknpco Indian SAGWA
" COUGH CURE
" WORM KILLE2
HEALY & BIGELOW.
Main office and permanent address
Cor. Chapel and Hamihon bt.
New Haven, Conn.
Fop snlo by all
Lending Stores anil Druggisto
Tlioo II. Davis k Co
For Northern, Assurance Co.
Canadian Australian Steamship
Pacific Cycle A life Co,
STERLING and 1VER JOHNSON
DELERS IN Allfcimlof sporting Goods
Pftn -up an r-
run .nu muiitY, flvi
"ALL HE WANTS"
The "Norwood" like
the American, citizen
is SOLID THROUGHOUT,
t is made of
SATIN CALF in Lafi
AWn's sizes sp?J for
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Bead The MAUI NWS.
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EIETEEKIK A1IMJAL MEETING.
At Spreckes Park, Kalmhii.
Thursday, JULY 4th, 1901.
A5RaceB to commence at 10 o'clock
A. M. sharp.
First: BICYCLE RACE.
Half Mile Dash, forAmatcurs, first
prize $20, second prize $5,. en
trance fea $2.50.
Second: RUNNING RACE.
Half Mile Dash, f rod for all Maui
bred Maiden horses, purse $50.
Third: TROTTING AND PACING
Milo Hcats.bcst 2 in 8, free for all,
3 minute class, purse $75.
Fourth: RUNNING RACE,
i Three Fourth milo dash, free for
all Hawaii bred horses; purse, $50.
Fifth: RUNNING RACE.
One Fourth mile dash froo for all
Maul bred ponies 14 hands and
under, to carry 100 lbs; purse $25.
Sixth. TROTTING AND PACING
TO HARNESS. '
Best two in three, free for all
Maui hiaiden horses; purse, $50.
Sevonthj PONY RUNNING RACE
Half miles dash, 14 hands and un
der, to carry 100 lbs.; purse $40.
Eighth: MULE RACE.
Half milo dash, catch weights;
Ninth: JAPANESE RACE.
Half mile dash, free for all, Japan
ese riders only; purse, $25.
Tenth: FOOT RACE. '
One hundred yards dash; purse $10.
All entries to close on Saturday,
Juno 21), at 2 P. M., except tho bicy
cle and foot races for which entries
will close 10 minutes before the race.
All Entries are to be made with
the Secretary before 12 o'clock noon
on Friday, Juno, 231 h, 1001. En
trance fee to be 10 per cent of the
purse unless otherwise specitied.
All Races are to bo run or trotted
under the rules of the Maui Racing
All Horses aro expected to start
unless withdrawn by 12 o'clock noon
on July 2nd, 1901.
General Admission 50 cents
Grand Stand (extra). .$.50 & $1.00
Quarter Stretch Badges. . .$2.50
Bids for the Refreshment Stand
privilege will bo received by tho Sec-
rotary up to June 24th, at noon.
Per Order of Executive Committee
Secretary Maui Racing Association.
Vessels in Poi't--Knluilui
Am. Schr. S. T. Alexander, Ipsen,
from S. F. Gen'l Mdse.
Am. Scln Transit, Paulsen, from
S. F. Gen'l Mdse.
Am. Schr. Olga, Johnson, from
Hawaiian Bark Nuuanu, Jossolyn,
from Honolulu. Sugar Ballast.
June 10th. Am. Schr. Olga, John
son, 18 days from Tacoma.
June 17th. Hawaiian Bark Nuua
nu, Josselvn. 4 davs from Honolulu.
Juno 19th. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
from Hana and Hawaii.
June 19th. Am. Ship Emily F,
Whitney, Brigman, for S. F. 32207
Juno 19th. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
DATE NAME FHOM
Juno 21 Gaelic San Francisco
" 22 Doric Yokohama
" 25 Vontura San Francjisco
" 25 Sierra Colonies
29 Hongkong Maru. . . , F.
June 21 Gaelic Yokohama
' 22 Doric f . San Francisco
" 25 Vontura Colonics
.' 25 Storm San Francisco
" 29 Hongkong Maru. Yokohama
Circuit Court in Session.
Today marks tho ond of ono of tho
longest terms of court held on Maui.
The civil calendar was practically
linlshcd last week, and this week lias
been devoted to criminal cases, prin
cipal jury cases.
The abolition of tho distinction be
tween foreign, native and mixed
juries is a great saving of time and
annoyance, and the ends of justice
aro better served, for tho reason
that thorc is less class prejudices to
Tho grand jury adjourned last Sa
turday, after having Hied their final
roport which appears elsewhere In
this issue. Eighteen true bills woro
presented by them and several cases
investigated and no true bill found.
Tho petit jury have earned their
.money during this week, as they have
worked all day and held several night
sessions as well. Their work has
boen fairly satisfactory, although as
a general rule tho verdict of a potit
jury is about as uncertain as where
tho next bolt of lightning is going to
Ynshlsuke, indicted for murder in
the first degree plead guilty of man
slaughter and was sentenced to Im
prisonment for 20 years.
In tho case of G. G. Seong, indicted
for soiling spirituous liquors without
a license, Attorney Hons interposed
a demurrer on several groundsj the
principal ono being that tho indict
ment was defective, in that it did not
state to whom the liquor was sold.
This was held a good cause for de
murrer, and the defendaut was dis
charged. Fred "Wood, tho Sprcckelsvillo bur
glar plead guilty and received a life
sentence. In deference to a general
desire, Attorney Hons appeared in
the case as amicus curiaj and moved
the court in mitigation of sentence,
and in support of his motion, deliver
ed a very able and eloquent argument
Yestorday afternoon' Judge Kitlua
delivered a written opinion denying
the motion to mitigale sentence.
Hiza, the Japanese woman who
stole $72 and a ten dollar riug from
tho residence of Mr. Robert Ford of
Lahaina, was found guilty by the
jury 'and fined $25, which was not
quite ono-third of tho value of tho
property which she stole.
Will Husdon was found guilty of an
assault with a deadly weapon on the
person of ono Albert Hill, and inci
dently nearly scaring a Wailuku
policeman out of his witu, and was
given two years on tho reef.
Ah Foo Tai, burglary, was found
Puu Hakolo, burglary, a thief by
birth, choice, profession and occupa
tion, was given six yf ira for burglar
izing tho saloon of P. Cockett at
Huoy, a colored lad, was found
guilty of receiving stolen property,
in tnat he bought a stolen watch for
five dollars, and was sentenced to six
months imprisonment and a fine of
$5.00. (Sec case of Hiza, above.)
Joe Manuel, a diminutive bit of eb
ony from Alabama was sent to the
reformatory school for two years for
stealing a watch from a Japanese
store at Kahului.
Minoda, assault with a deadly
weapon on another Jap, six months.
Willie Sharp, larceny, not guilty.
William Stalley, the negro who at
tempted to rob a Japanese at Spreck
elsville, and in the attempt, wounded
tho Japanese eight or nine times with
an ugly looking jack knife, was in
dicted by the grand jury on the
charge of assault' with a deadly
weapon. Ho was tried yesterday
morning and tho jury found him
guilty. Ho received two years, tho
full penalty of the law, and a general
feeling of regret is expressed that he
was not indicted on a more serious
charge, in order that his punishment
might have been made more severe.
S. Ahml vs W. H. Cornwell reple
vin continued to next term.
By stipulation of counsel, the case
of S. Ahml, s W. H. Cornwell, Jr..
a cMl action for malicious prosecu
tion, was continued to the next term
Ilirata, charged 'with bribery of
police officers at Lahaina was tho
last criminal case tried by tho jury.
He was found guilty and fined $100
Tho petil jury were discharge and
paid olf yesterday but the court will
meet" at 10.30 this nioraing.
Bailey's Honolulu Cyclery Col
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Cushion Framies, S60.
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