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Read The MAUI NEWS.
Washington, Sept. 12.- Attorney
Gcncial Knox lias concluded Ills in
vestigation of the charges filed bv
tlio Bar Association of tlio Hawaiian
Islands against Abram S. Humph
roys, First Judge of the First Cir
euit'of the First judicial district of
Hawaii. He has proparcd his find
,ugs aud will submit them to the Pre
sident as soon as practicable.
The conclusion reached is that
Judge Humphreys has dono nothing
which would justify his removal. Tho
Attorney-General finds that somo of
the charges were not satisfactorily
slablished and to tho others that
they were purely matters of innuendo
utterly without justification in fact,
and reckless and intemperate in
In conclusion tho Attorney-General
says: '"Members of the , bar as
officers of the Court should bo loyal
to the Court. Where there is a fair
reason for believing tho Judge is act
;ng improperly it is the duly of the
bar to declare it openly, but a mem
jcr of tho bar is faithless to his high
calling when he assails a Judge and
impeaches his integrity upon no facts
evdnrcmotely justifying tho attack,
bufupon vague suspicion and unfair
"That these and many of tho
charges against Judge Humphreys
to which allusion has been made wore
preferred by members of his own
court, clearly shows tho difficulties
of his position and tho severity of the
ordeal through which ho has passed.
It is obvious that the task will not
bo an easy one, and where Judges
selected by you discharge their dut
ies with courage aud integrity and
reasonable ability, they should bo
sustained, even though they may in
attempting to solve tho difficult pro
blems which present- themselves at
times err, some consideration must
bs had for the difficulty of their
,'Having fully considered the com
plnints against Judge Humphreys
and his answer thereto, I am entirely
satisfied that not only tho Judge had
done nothing which would justify his
removal, but that he had met heavy
responsibilities Avith great courage
anil unquestioned integrity. I there
fore recommend that the petition
for his removal bo denied."
QuieK Mail Service.
Tho following "log" of tho fast
trip from tho Antipodes was furnish.
ed by agent Crane .Of tho Pacific
Coast division of the JST. Y. C. & H.
R. R. R., recently: With tho "Parlia
mentary" mail on board, the Oceanic
Company's steamer Ventura left
Sydiiey on August 13th at 4 o'clock
p. m., and after a swift nassacro ar
rived at San Francisco at 6 o'clock
p. m. on September 2d. Owinsr to
quarantine and custom house regula
tions she was delayed m the harbor
all night beforo inspections were
made and the vessel docked. The
mails left San Francisco at 10 o'clock
tho following morning over tho Cen
tral Pacific and Union Pacific roads,
arriving at Omaha on September 5th
and left Chicago at 10:50 p. m. on
the same day over tho Chicago. Bur
lington & Quincy Rail road. Promp
tly at 9:07 o'clock on tho morning of
September Oth tho train pulled inta
Chicago. Hero a special was ready
on tho Lake Shore & Michigan Sou
thern Railway, and nt 10 o'clock the
run was begun to overtake tho fast
mail of that line. This was accomplish
ed at Toledo, tlib mnil transferred to
iso. o, which arrived m New .York,
as previously stated, throe miniitps
ahead of time, or twenty-four days
anu miccu minutes irom svdnoy,
actual travcliug time. As tho Cam
nania left Now York at nnnn voatnr.
day, tho mnil will bo delivered in
T 1- . - . ..
ljonoon on oeptomoor Mth less
than thirtv-ono davs from Rvrlnnv
and less than twenty-six days from
iow .eaianu. Tiie man leaving-Auo-
laido bv tho PcnillKulnr Sr. Ortontnl
line, usin" rail from Svdiinv. whfoh
left Sydney on August 11th ono day
i il. if tii . . - .
uuer me vnniura win not uo duo to
arrivo in London unlill September
Kith, and thcnonlv bv usine tlm ffit.
Continental express across Europe.
This shows a gain of a full day in favor
of tho American lino. Tho Ventura
left Auckland on August 17th, thus
putting tho New Zealand mail into
London in twentv-Mx days, or about
six days quicker time than could
POSSlblv bo made bv nnv ntlinv rnnln.
oven if 'a special steamer left AUck-
lanuiqr oyancy nnu trie mail was
iruns-siuppeu oy ran to Adelaide and
thence bv Peninsular & O LMcntnl
steamor. This demonstrates tho am
ple facilities offered via tho San
Francisco service and tho impossi
bility of making un anvtiuro Via thn
President Roosevelt Outlines
Ills National Policy.
Buffalo Sept. 10 President Roo
sovclt hns outlined in somo detail the
policy ho will follow during Ms in
cumbency of office. It will bo remem
bered that when ho took the oath of
ofllco ho stated with dclinltencss: "It
shnll be my nim to continue nbsoh
tcly unbroken the policy of Presi
dent McKinloy for tho peace and
he emphasized the word), prosperity
and honor of tho country."
Yesterday the President gathered to
gothersomc porsonnl friends in Buffo
lo and tho,so members of tho Cabinet
who wore hero and gnvo to them such
ideas as ho has already formulated
for the conduct of public affairs and
his own policy. In nosenso arc they
divergent from what has been under
stood as Mr. McKinley's policy. This
policy, a3 outlined to his friends at
yesterday's conference, will be for a
moro liberal and extensive rccipro
city in the ptirchnsc and sale of com
modities, sorthat tl.o ovor-production
of this country can bo satisfactorily
disposed of by fair and equitable ar
rangements witli foreign countries.
Tho abolition entirely of comim-r
cial war with other countries and the
adoption of reciprocity treaties.
The abolition of such tariff on for
eign goojls as arc no longer needed
or revenue, if such abolition can be
had without harm to our industries
The big American froight steamer
Orcgonian arrived in Kahului Har
bor Sept and left Tuesday Sept 21 al
3 o'clock for New York. She took on
28,01)0 bags of sugar.
Tho John C. Potter, captain Loron-
son from Now Castle with cffl for
Kihei arrived at Kahului yesterday
Last week the Kinau and Slu.ina
Loa left Honolulu together. The
Kona boat beat the flagship to La-
haina by about twenty minutes.
The St. Katherino and Santiago
were the only vessels in Hilo harbor
when the Kinau left.
The German bark Worra, Brunings,
sailed yesterday for tho Sound in
ballast. Sho . will load cereals for
Tho Wilder steamer Hawaii will be
placed on the Lehua's run while the
latter is laid up temporarily for
After a trip of twenty-seven days,
the schooner Robert Lowers from
Port Ludlow with lumber for Lowers
& Cooke, arrived in port Saturday.
She mot with fine weather all the
Vessels in Por-t Kahului
Am. Sch. S. T. Alexander, Jacob
son, from S. F., gen'l mdse.
Am. Ship John C. Potter, Loren
son, from Newcastle, coal.
Sopt. 25. S. S. Claudine, Parkor,
Sept. 27. Am. Shiq John C. Potter,
Lorenson, Newcastle, coal.
Sopt. 28. S.- S. Claudine, Parker,
Sept. 25. S. S. Claudine, Parker,
Sept. 28. S. S.lClaudine, Parker,
Oceanic Time Table.
DATE NAME FIIOM
Sopt. 3 Gaelic... S. F.
" (i Doric Yokohama
" 7 Alameda S. F.
" 11 Hongkong Maru S. F.
" 13 Nippon JIaru. . . .Yokohama
" 17 Sierra Sydney
" 18 Ventura S. F.
" 10 China S. F.
" 21 Peru Yokohama
" 27 Doric S. F.
" 28 Alameda S. F.
" 28 Miowera .Victoria
Sept. 3 Gaelic Yokohama
" G Diiie S. F.
" 11 Alameda S. F.
" 11 Hongkong Maru.. Yokohama
" 13 Nippon Maru S.'F.
" 17 Sierra 6. F.
" 18 Ventura Sydney
" 19 China Yokohama
21 Peru S.F.
" ."nAorangi '..Victoria
" 27 Doric Yokohama
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