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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, OC TOBER I, 1904
Attorney at Law
And Notary Public
A. N. HAYSELDEN
ATTOItNEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
LAHAINA, - - MATJJ.
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY at law
First National Bank
W. F. dROOKETT
. ATTORNEY AT LAW
0. W. ASHFORD
Attorney & Counsellor
M. S. DEPONTE,
Attorney at Law
Attorney at Law
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MOSES K. NAKUINA
For the Island of Molokai
The Volley Island Tenders Governor Carter
and Party a Reception Long to be
Feasts and Toasts
Material Benefit to Maui Will
the visit of Governor,
Maui has seen Governor George
R. Carter, and the Governor has
Not that this tour is the first visit
of Mr. Carter, but it is his first visit
in his official ca pacity as Executive
of the Territory. Every hamlot,borg
and settlement on the island has been
visited, the peoplo havo met the
Governor and learned to know him
in a way which could not bo accom
plished otliof 'than by a tour such as
ho has just completed, twhllo tho Gov
ernor has found out from personal
observation tho conditions as thoy
exist, what is most needed, and that
material benefit and wholesome im
provements of value to the residents
as a people, is bound to accrue is cer
Without regard to political faith
tho people have demonstrated that
this tour was appreciated by them
by offeriug the Executive every com
fort and the choicest edibles the island
contains and has outdone tho big isl
and in a way which will be hard to
Tho modern, oil burning engine and
a newly painted passenger coach of
tho Kahului Railroad Co. both hand
somely decorated with flags, bunting
and flowers was placed at tho dis
posal of the party from Saturday to
Tho Governor and party boarded
tho train at Hon. H. P. Baldwin s
home at SpreckellsvlUe, Saturday
morning, en rouio to iviuei ana jruu
nene. A short stop was mado at Kahului
whore the party was saluted by the
blowing of engine and tug whistles,
cheering by those ' assembled and
music by a string baud, while tho
Governor shook hands" with mauy old
as well as new acquaintances.
At Kihei luncheon was had at tho
home of Manager Scott. Music by a
band, interspersed by singing by the
tho school children, was rendered, The
Governor made .a brief address to
tho childron. Decorations wore eve
ry where in evidence, thus enhancing
the beauty of scene. After luncheon
the Executive party, accompanied
by Manager and Mrs. Scott, and
Mrs. D. von Tempsky; took the train
to Puunono Mill.
Eleven sugar cars and a coach ac
commodated the Makawao,Hamakua
poko aud Paia people; two cars and a
coach from Camp One, one car and
two coaches from Wailukuas well as
the usual trains from Kahului and
Kihei brought a concourse of people
which taxed tho capacity of the sug.
ar room whoro tho luau was held.
It is estimated that fully eight
hundred people were in attend anco
and to hear the Governor's speech.
The sugar room was decorated
with palm branches, whilo tho space
around tho tables was laid with ferns
brought from Iao, while in the pross
room whoro the ball took place, tho
decorations were of palm branches
with bunting and flags.
Five hundred invitations to the ball
issued, Both tbc luau and ball were
NO KA 01
From First To Last
Undoubtedly Accrue from the
Secretary and Forester.
given under tho auspices of tho Sev
enth Procinct Club who arc to bo
highly commented for tho elaborate
ness of tho ontertainments.
Monday morning the now engine
and coach woro agaiu used to convey
the Governor's party from Sprockels
villo to Wailukn.
The Citizens Reception Committee
accompanied by tho Wailuku Brass
Band and Company I, N, G. H. os
corted tho party to the spacious
grounds around JudgoJKalua's home,
whero a review of tho band and Co. I
School children from the public,
private and sisters school wore lined
up in chargo of the various teachers.
After singing by the childron of "My
Country 'Tis of Theo" the Governor
made a few appropriate remarks.
The balance of itlio forenoon was
taken up by tho Governor and the
Recoption Committee in looking over
the hospital, now school building and
tho road up Iao Valloy.
Duo credit must bo given the 'Fi
nance Committee for raising the
necessary funds; to Judge A. N. Ko
poikai as tho. Luau Committee; and
particularily to Itho Ladies ot Wnl
lukuj Waikapu, Waiheo and Waiehu
who officiated as auxiliary commit
teo to Judge Kepoikai, for tho vari
cty, quantity and quality of tho dishes
.Fully as many if not more woro
present at the luau and reception as
were it; attendance at Puunono.
Judgo McKay tho first speakor of
the afternoon offered a toast por
traying in a vory interesting manner
the storlmg qualities of Theodore
Roosevelt, .as soldier, statesman,
Governor and President.
Govornor Carter, after being in
troduced by Judgo Kepoikai respond
ed to tho toast to the President, and
from that launched upon the topics
of interest to the Territory touching
vory fully upon the recoipts and ex
penditures of tho water works do
partmonts; party foality; tho public
schools; tho leper settlement; the
County Act; public roads and their
reconstruction, referring to the high
order of construction of tho Kona
roads in comparison to thoso of Maui
which were no roads at all; power of
tho Govornor-in conjunction with the
legislature, and tho keeping of ap
propriations mthln the limit of pub
In conclusion ho requested that tho
people support him in all matters of
public benefit and help him to place
tho Territory on a good financial
piano, thus permitting him to show
tho people of the mainland that Ha
waii was capable of governing her
self. By thus supporting tho admin
istration, appropriations asked for
from tho fedoral government would
be moro freely granted, as by this
showing Congress would feol that it
was only giving; what was due to
Ho hoped that when a Hawaiian
was asked what his nationality was
he would be" proud to say that he was
Dancing, singing and music com
pleted tho reception and tho people
returned homo tired but happy, hap
py to know tho Governor as ono pf
the people and that Maui would be
in closer touch with the Admmistra
S. E. DAMON.
MURDERED BY A PORTO R1CAN.
S. Edward Damon, son of Hon. S.
Damon and a member of tho bank-
ng firm of Bishop & Co., was murd
ered last Tuesday evening shortly
after 7 o'clock while driving to his
home near Moanalua.
A Porto Rican named Joe Miranda
Roverra, a notorious character, who
was lately released from prison, stab
bed Mr. Damon and escapod into the
city to be arrested, Inter. Tho wound
was mado in the left side just below
tho lower rib, tho blado having pene
trated deep into tho abdomen. This
cut was about an inch in length on
tho surfaco and ran transversely.
Mr. Damon was nearly dead when tho
patrol wagon carried him to the hos
pital, where ho expired at 8:15.
Mr. Damon was driving to his home
In Moanalua, which adjoins the prop
orty of Mrs. Grace. It is quite dark
aud the buggy was driven slowly as
repairs aro being mado to tho road.
At tho foot of the hill which rises on
tho Ewa side of tho rico fields near
the Graco farm, wore some lanterns,
placed as danger signals. Nearby
stands a broken-down dump cart
which has bten lying there for
months. Mr. Damon came across
three persons Who wero walking to
ward town. One of them carried a
lantern which he had taken from the
lino. Mr. Damon requested them to
replaco it and was met with a volley
of oaths. He repeated his request
apd finally jumped out of his buggy
and walked toward the group. He
was again met with epithets aud at
tho same time Miranda advanced and
struck at him. According to witness
es Mr. Damon exclaimed, "I'm
stabbed!" and fell back toward his
buggy into which he climbed without
Deputy Sheriff Chillingworthdidas
good a piece ot work as he has accom
plished in his long aud successful
career in the police department. His
intuition at a critical instant saved
him from continuing on tho wrong
scont, and it brought the real culprits
info his clutcbeE.
''When I camo down to tho station
last-evening to work on liquor and
gambling cases," said tho Deputy,
"the station clork told me ho had
heard from .Isaac Cockett that Ned
Damon was badly dono up. I jumped
into Thompson's hack and we drove
down to Moanalua on the dead run.
Tho only information I had Was that
there wero natives suspected of the
crime and that tho woman wore a pink
dress and the man leggings.
"Near tho scene of the murder I
found a black handkerchief which I
put in my pocket with tho intention
of letting bloodhounds tako up the
scent from it. We worked about the
placo looking for somo kind of a clue
and then started in to town again.
"When near tho corner of Liltha
and tho King streets I saw a native
woman in a pink dress and immediate
ly took chargo of her. I was satis
fied sho was innocent. As I turned
about to ro-entcr my hack I saw a
Porto Rlcan woman, who has beon in
jail any numbor of times, and was re
cently let out of Oahu Prison. Sho
Is a large woman and might bo takon
for a Hawaiian. She wore a pink
dress. Sho smiled at mo. As I went
by 1 looked through tho glass window
n tho back of the hack and saw her
make a motion behind her. Two men
arose from behind tho stono wall near
the corner. At that I jumped out of
tho back, drew my gun and pointing
it at tho larger man, 'called to him to
stop, One man run toward me. He
was blind as I afterwards learned.
The 'woman started to run, but I
caught her' and tho other man, I
bundled thorn all. into the hack and
brought them to tho station.
Reverra, the murderer was taken
from his cell at 10 o'clock to the High
Sheriff's ofiice and examined in the,
presence of tho Portugueso Consul
Canavarro. Of this interview the
High Sheriff said this morning.
At first the prlsonor denied his guilt
Evacuate Da Pas and Will Make
No Attempt to Hold Mukden
SENATOR HOAR DEAD
Postmaster General Payne is ili,.
Two Hundred Thousand Japan
ese Ordered Out. Murder
er of S. E. Damon to be
(Special Wireless to 'News)
"Worcester, Mass., Sept. 30 Unit
ed States Senator Hoar is dead.
Washington, Sept. 30. --Postmaster-General
Payne is ill.
London, Sopt. 30. Alderman John
Pound was today elected Lord-Mayor
Bollinchan. Sept. 30 A Russian
gunboat is reported cruising off the j
south-eastern coast of Alaska.
Nowchwang, Sopt. 30. The mam
forco of the Russian Army has retir
ed north of Mukdeu. Communications
from tho front aro that no attempt
will be mado to hold Mukden.
Tiding, Sept. 30 The Japanese
Army aro damming tho Laio rivor in
order to protect their left wiug.
Honolulu, Sept. 30. Joo Miranda,
tho murderer of S. E. Damon. will bo
tried on Monday at 10:00 A. M.
St, Petersburg, Sept; 2U. News
has beon received here from Mukden
to the effect that tho Japanese havo
resumed the offensive. Ttioy have
captured Da Pas and are pressing
Kuropalkin's loft. Tho Russians
evacuated tho pass without serious
Tokio. Sept. 29. Conscription reg
ulations havo been issued which
will augment available Japanese,
Cheefoo, Sopt. 29. Tho British
steamer Pit Sang was stopped by a
Jupaneso warship. Her papers wore
examined when she was allowed to
had been aud what ho had dono dur
ing tho day, ho gave a story totally
at'varianco with tho facts wo had ob
tained from his associates. After
questioning him in vain for a time we
sent him back to his cell and brought
up tho blind boy Chito, who was with
him in tho road at tho timo of the
"Chito told all about the encounter
and tho stabbing.
"While wo wero questioning Chito,
Reverra sent up word that he had do
elded to tell the whole thing. He
was brought up again. He mado a
clean confession. The only thing ho
said by way of mitgation for hU deed
was: He drove close to tho woman
and that made me mad.
Damon's murderer was indicted by
tho Territorial Grand Jury Wednes
day morning apd arraigned before
Judge Gear m crimmal court, the
Hayashida. murder case in process of
trial being interrupted to make way
for the arraignment.
Samuel. Edward Damon, tho eld
est son of Hon. and Mrs. S. M.Damon,
was bora Juno 4, 1873. Ho attended
school at Punahou and graduated
fnom Qabu Collcgo in, tho class of
1892. Immediately after graduatiug
at tho local college ho entered Yale,
whoro ho took tho full four years'
courso and graduated in tho class ot
Mr. Damon leaves a wife and four
children, two boys and 'two glrl3 the
youngest an infant about two months
old. His mother and youngest lirotb
or aro at present In London. Mrs.
Damon was immediately notified by
cable and this morning a response
rtBB reoeived stating she would start
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