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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, OC TOBER 15; 1904
-jP Attornky at lav
And Notaky Puiimo
L TTA IN A, MAUI
A. N. HAYSELDEN
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
LAHAINA, - - MAUI.
DANIEL H. OASE
Attorney at Law
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
First National Bank
WAILUKU, : : : : MAUI
W. F. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT LA"W
C. W. ASHFORD
Attorney & Counsellor
M: S. DEPONTE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Attorney at Law.
Notary Public and Agent to Grant
PAIA , MAUI
Dr. JOHN WEDDICK,
OS ice Hours: ,
l' 9 to 10 A. si., 2 to 4 r. M.,
. 7 to 3 r. si. Hospital 10ya. m.
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Eye, Ji'ar. Nose and Throat
Officii Hours: 8 to 11 a. m., 1 to 3
p. ra., 7 to 8 p. m.
Kuihelani Homestead, Walluku.Maui
DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon
Office Hours at Puuncuc Hospital
7:30 to 8:30 A. M. anil 5 to C P. M.
'Otherwise by appointment only
DU. WM. G. ROGERS
Eye, Ear, Nose awl Throat
Rooms 33-34 Alexander Young
Phone Main No. 18. ,
GEO. a AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office', SUNNYSIDE AND PUUNENE
Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
Mclntyre llldg. Fort and Ktng.
Hours. 8 A. II. to 4 P. M. Honolulu, H. T
H. R. HITCHCOCK
K DM UN I) II. HART
Notary Public, Gnvkysxcku and
Agent to Grant Marriage Licen.se
Office, Circuit Corut, 2iui Circuit
MOSES K. NAKUINA
For the Island of Molokai
On Wednesday' morning the Cir
cuit Court met for the October Term
Judge A. N. Kepoikai presiding.
Attorney C. W. Ashford appears for
Soveral grand jurous had been ex
.cusedbut no difficulty wa.s experi
euced in filling the panel. The grand
jurors sworn in was as follows:
C. B. Wells, (Foreman); T. M.
Church, "(Secretary); J. Burns, Al
fred Douse, Edmond Daniels, R. E.
Ford, Antonio Fern.indjs Jr., A. A.
Gerncr, W. B. Hardy, C. K. Haui,
James Kaweia, Greorgc JCaxwell, J.
Miranda, L. K. Tillon.
Upon being sworn, in, the Court
delivered the following charge to the
"Gentlemen of the Grand Jury:
We are here again in obedience to
our system of laws. As a Grand Ju
ry of this Court, you Lave jurisdic
tion of offenses agatiist the laws of the
Territory o'f Hawaii committed with
in the Second Judicial Circuit, or
within the jurisdiction' of this Court.
Persons enarged with the commis
sion of orhres, the punishment
for which is infamous, will receive
your attention. All felonies beloug
to the class of infamous crimes.
You are required to examine all
matters submitted to you by the
Court, or the attorney in charge of
the prosecution at this Term, and
other mutters that may come to your.
Knowledge in the course of your in
vestigation, or from your. ovn obser
vation, or such as may be disclosed
by your members, and it will bo your
duty to investigate without fear or
favor all such crimes.
The matters for your investigation
at this Term of Court will be submit
ted to you by the prosecuting attor
ney. No indictment can be found nor
any presentment be made without the
concurrence of all least twelve of
The Court alouc can excuse a
Grand Juror, and although the Grand
Jury may excuse temporarily ono or
more of its members, thoro must be
at least thirteen.of you.prpscnt at.
Your deliberations must bo abso
lutely secret, and anyone of you who
discloses anything that takes place
within your councils, subjects himself
to punishment. Each w'itnoss' anJ
interpreter should be admonished by
you to keep iuviolati what transpire
iu their presence, in your councils.
You are not to bring tho person
charged with the crime oefore you
for examination, but you say permit
him, if he wishes to do so, on his own
volition. You must first warn him
that his statement may be taken a-
gainst him. You must bo thorough
ly satisfied that ho understands what
he is doing, and that li2 does it vol
untarily. It is within your powpr to invest!
gate alleged irregularities' iu public
offices and other matters of public
nature; and tho different depart
ments of the government wnliin tbu
jurisdiction of this Court may be mat
ters for your investigation wliui
brought to yonr uttwMitiou by the
You have the process of this Couat
in compelling the attendance of wit.
ucsscs in all matters, and ii in run
matter there is a refusal to iippa-tr
before you to testify, you should at
once apply to the Court, and proper
steps will bo taken to assist you.
Tho prosecuting attorney will wall
jpo:i ynii i j ;i isni yu.i in a 1 . tutors
iiu m.iy retjuirc hi aorvics ur a I
vice. Au officer will be placed at
I appoint C. B. Wells, Esq., as
your forem in. You will soleot jrou.-
jwu secretary from among yoiir
The jury, accompanied by the At
torney General immediately proceed
ed to business, while the Court and
Attorneys took up and disposed of
such business as could be transacted
without the presence of the Attor
Although there are about fifty cas
es on the calendar, still tho term of
court will not bo lengthy as many ot
the cases aro being disposed of with
out trial ar.d m.r.y are being con
tinued to next term.
At 4.30 yesterday attcruoon tho"
grand jury make a partial repot't
finding eight trua b'.ll, four of winch
were put on tho secret file.
The bills made public are as follows:1.
Koke Pasano, larceny in the nrstde
grec; Sasako Kekuchi, embezzle
ment: Manuel Chase, assault and bat
tery, and Tsue, embezzlement.
Tsue's-'casc was taken up first,
and as ho plead not guilty a ury was
drawn to mot this morning at nine
The balance of tho jurors were
dismissed until Monday morning.
Of Maui, Mobkai and Lanai
Meets at Hana.
The first meeting of this associa
tion and the last of tho Presbytery,
wns held at Hana on the 22nd of
Sept., eleven Pastors and fourteen
delegates being present, tt is the
custom for the Sunday School Asso
ciation and the Society for Christum
Endeavor to meet with the Parent
Association and hold their meotings
between its sessions, as icircuuistan,
ces may permit. An entire week is
thus spent in attending to the work
of the churches, and the attendance
is considerably larger than that re
presented ty the Pastors and dele
gates from them, there Ijeing in some
instances extra delegates from the
Sunday Schools and Societies of
Christian Endeavor. , "
The delegates of one body are made
corresponding members of the others
Thus , iu addition to the local atten
dance, between thirty aud forty pec.
pic are often present at the meet-,
Some one asked, "Why do your
ppople.hold such unconscionably long
meetings?" In reply it might be said
that Pastors and delegates come to
gether with considerable exertion
and expenses from long distances,
somoot them meet but twice a year
and they like to make the most of
the meeting. Moreover tho steamer
service is such that many bavo to
wait over a week for the return trip
their time is well spent in sustaining
religious services. It must also bo
remembered that it takes time to
transact the business of the churches
They are Isolated bodies and thoy
need the stimulus of these smi-annu-
al meetings. Tt dees tt.e workers
good to look each other in the face,
talk over what they had done and by
plan foy tho future.
These meetings rorform the duties
(if the extempore councils of thf
mainland, which meet nu oftu as the
This Hana meeting tnarks a period
in tho hhttoryof Maul. Tha yenera
bio Presbytoty which was formed by
futln'rs Alu.v.tnlor and Baldwin, and
which for over forty years, wiili Rev
O. Nawahino as its scribe, has done
tho work of the churches has closed
Us srssions aud transformed itself
Into another body identical with itself
and pessesstng exactly its ability
and its sphere of influence.
This was done by the changing of a
name and a few clauseB in the con
stitution and by-laws the vote bilug :
All was douo in tho interest of a
closer Ijarmony, that tho different
associations of tho territory might
have a uniform organization under
the Congregational polity.
Rev. Mr. Inea, Pastor of the
Haiku aud Huelo Churches, was ho
nored with the modcratorship, and
Rev. Mr. White, Pastor, of the
church at Kauai, was chosen scribe.
The reports of tho churches were in
the main onceuraging; salaries whiuh
had been In arear had been paid and
pastors had been encouraged. To
clear up ono mau's salary fifty dol
lars were raised by the pastors and
delegates, mostly on the spot.
Over forty-live dollars were re
ported as raised 'by subscription pa
per for the repair of the church at
Honokohau, the people of the parish
having already raised a like sum.
It was voted that a fund bo raised
by the association for its work, a
kind of sustentation fund for needy
ministers, and ten dollars were forth
with contributed as a starter, and
Mr. Emerson was chosen Treasurer.
Mutch interest was shown in tho
growth of tho societies of Christian
Endeavor, there now being eighteen
counected with the churches of Maui
Molokal and Lanai. Meetings of
Aome kind were held every day and
every eveuing, the last meeting be
ing a sociable. On the evening of
the 26th thero was a mass meotiug
of the citizens of Hana, who were
addressed by tho Republican Candi
During this week of meetings Mr.
Emerson held a session of the Pastor
Institutute, at which semrn plans on
various texty were discussed. There
was also r study of the times boforfi
On Sunday tho five Sunday-school
ot Kaupo, Kipahulu, Hana, Nohiku
and Kennae gado an exhibition (hoi-
ke) which lasted four hours, One
hundred and fifty pupils participated
the-entire congregation numbering
about three hundred. Tho boys
from Mahiku walked ovor ten miles
or more, and made a fitfo showing
undor the leadership of'Miss Pilii.
Tho next meeling of ,thq Assosia
tion will be held March -23rd, 1905,
up Wailuku. . i .
Republican Spellbinders t Palo,
Tho Native Churoh .at Pala Mon
day evening was tho scene of a rous
ing rally, aud was' held under the au
spices of the Portugue'so Ropubhcan
Club, In the absence of tho prosidont
A. J. Gomes, M. S. Duponto presid
ed . introduced tho sneakers with a
fow appropriate remarks on the spe
cial qualifications of the candidates.
Tho audience was a'very attpntlve
and enthusiastic one lustily cheering
tho speaker whan some fine point was
make. The speakers of tho evening
wore A. M. Haysoldon, S. E. Kalama
W. J, Coelho, W. P. Haia, M. K. Na
kuina, John Knlino, Philip Pali, Geo.
Copp, and A. G. Correu.
Just prior to the close of the meet
ing Fred Bcckley who was present
courtlously asked to make a few re
marks in both English oud Hawaiian
It was well after cloven O'clock whsn
the meeting broke up, butnoone
seemed to be lu u hurry to go home
even then, as a largo number stood
around in tho yard discussing the
various topic's touched upou. Many
friends und voters were made for tho
Republican party und everv one
seemed to be thoroughly convinced
and enthused with the principles of
the platform and with the fact that
th'fi T?nnnhlip(n rmi-ttr tunc tlm
. . . . t- ......... . j ..MO Wlili
of tho solid voters and the best party
to stand by,and bo Identified with.
General Kuropatkin's Army Forced Back
With Heavy Lo6ses.-Fighting Alon
E. 3; BOYD FOUND GUILTY.
Riots In Chicago Causes Many Deaths.-Amur Closed To
(Special Wlrplcss To The News)
Honolulu Oct. 14, Sugar 9G degree
test 4:25 Beets 135, 10 degree.
Honolulu Oct. 14 E.S. Boyd, form
er Commissioner of Public Lands was
to day found guilty of Embezzlement
by the Jury in Judge Robins ons court.
He was taken in charge by the police,
but latter was released on bail.
London Oct. 14. The press here
regard the present battle now raging
between Oyama and Kuropatkin to
be a Japanese victory.
St. Petersburg,. Oct. 14 General
Kuropatkin reports that he has order
ed his left wing back to the main posi
tion and that his center was forced
back with Russian lpsses consid
erable. General Kuropatkin stayed
in the thickest of the fight
St.Petersburg Oct. 13 No news has
been received bore of the battle sup,
posed to be now under way.
Muckden Oct. 13 Hospital trains
lied with wounded arc passing north
St. Petersburg Oct. 13 General
Stoessel reports that Russians from
the Port Authur garrison have
recaptured Signal Hills from the
Japanese, and tiie bombardment of
the inner port ia becomiug more
Tokyo Oct. 13-The fighting is contin
uous on tho entire front. General
Oyaraa, telegraphs that tho battle is
now raging and he is making fa
Stretensk Oct 13-Tho river Amur
is now closed to navigation by the ice.
Chicago Oct. 13-Furthur rioting
occured as the result of tho baggage
handlern strike last night, during
which many people were injured.
Singapore,' Oct. 11. Twenty-two
hundreds coolies and four Europeans
have been marooned on an island ot
the China Sea. They were en route
to South Africa from Hongkong ou
tho steamer 1 Swanley. The latter
was badly damage in a storm and
after landing !,her passengers with
ten days provisions left for Singapore
and was barely able to reanh port.
Halifax, Oct. 11. The steamer
Call has been sunk near New London
and nineteen drowned.
Washington, D. C, Oct. I0-R. J.
Wynno has been appointed Post
master General. '
Warrensburg, Mo., Oct. 10-Tfienty-seven
persons were killed
and thirty injured, some fatally, in a
collision today between passenger
and freight treins on tho Missouri
New York, N. Y., Oct. 10-The
Boston team defeated the New Yorks
today, tboroby retaining tho cham
pionship of the American Baseball
Berlin, Oct. 8 The Withers tribes
in German Southwest Africa have
revolted. Hitherto they hare been'
London, Oct. 8 Marks, Conserva
tive, has been elected to Parliament.
Revel, Oct. 11 The Baitic fleet
has sailed from Libau.
London. England, Oct. 11 Lord
Milner resigned as High Commis
sioner of South Africa.
Tokio, Japan, Oot. 11 The armor
ed gunboat Heijen struck a mino off
Pigeon Bay bent. 18 and foundered.
Nearly 300 Imea were drowned. On
ly four survived the catastrophe. '
Washington, Oct. 9-Consul Mor
gan, commissioner to established a
United States Counulate at Dalny,,
hns been reoalied.
Copenhangcn, Oct. 9-The Dowager
Czarina of Russia is ill.
Milwaukee, Oct. 9 At the funeral
of the late Postmaster General
Payne, -'5,000 people viewed' the
Lisbon, Oct. 9 The Government
ha decided to send a punitive expedi
tion to Africa.
Rome, Oct. 9 Seventy thousand
additional reserves aro to be called
out quell possible disorder.
Dundee, Scotland, Oct. 9 A
whaler arrived hero has reported
the safety of the Amundsen Arctic
Boston, Mass., Oct. 12 Ex-Governor
Crane has been appointed
United States Senator to succeed the
late Senator Hoar.
Tokio, Japan, Oct. 12 Tho
Japanese .Government has decided to
fltiiit an additional domestic loan of
Chefoo, China, Oct. 12 Tho bat
tleship Retvlzan is reported to have
been damaged by the shells of tho
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