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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, OC TOBER 2?., 1904
attorney at lav
And Notary Puulic
L AHA IN A, . . MAUI
A. N. UAYSELDEN
. ATTORNEY AT . LAW
AND NOTAUY PUBLIC .
LAHAINA, - ' - MAUI.
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Fiust National Bank
WAILUKU, : : : : MAUI.
W. F. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT 'LAW
C. W. ASHFORD
Attorney & CoO.ssr.t.i-oR
M. S. DEPONTE,
ATTORNEY AT LAW
Attorney at Law
Notary Public and Ajumt 10 Grant
Da. JOHN WEDDICK,
" 0 to 1U a. m.. 2 to -1 V. M.,
7 tO 8 V. 51. HOSVITAIi 10 A. 51.
EDWARD ARMITAGE, M. D,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Eye, Far. Nose and Thiioat
Office Hours: 8 to 11 a. m, 1 to 3
p. m., 7 to8 p, m.
Kuiholani Homestead, Walluku.Maui
- DR. ROB'T DINEGAR
Physician & Surgeon
$W.'t office Hours at Puunenc Hospital
7:30 to 8:30 A. M. and 5 to fa P. M.
Otherwise by appointment only
DR. WM. G. ROGERS
' Eye, Ear, Nose anil Throat
Rooms 33-34 Alexander Yon no
Phone Main No. 18.
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, SUNNYSIDF. AND PUUNENE
Hours, 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
A. D. OLAKli, D. D. S. P. F. FREAR, D. D. S
CLARK & FREAR
Mclntyro Dldg. Fort and King.
Hours, 8 A. M. tQ 4 P. M. ' Honolulu. H. T
H. R. -HITCHCOCK
Notary run mo.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Convsysnoer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Corut, 2no Circuit
"MOSES K. NAKUINA
For the Jsland of Molokai
Grand Jury Finds Ten True
Bills. Five Not Indicted.
On last- Saturday afternoon the
Grand Jury 'finished their labors and
rendered the following report:
We, the ' undersigned, Grand Ju
rors of your Honorable Court, beg
to make our final report as follows:
Wc havo investigated fifteen cases
and have found ten true bills as fol
True bills found and indictments
presented, as follows: Tsiie, cmbcz-
'zlementof more thau oue hundred
dollars; Mitama, scll'iug liquor with
out license; Papa Kahaulelio, may
lcm; Manuel Chase, assault and bat
t:ry with a weapon dangerous to
life; SnsaUe Kekichi, pmbezzlctncnt;
Rokc Posano, larceny lirst degree;
Tai Sing and Ah Mai. bursary first
degree; Josepli Kaili, embezzlement;
Kuaihue loane, ,and Kuiu, assault
In tl o following ctues, after due
investigation, wc have decliued to
itidici viz: Y. Suiiiisaki, selling liquor
without license; Ah Tong et al.,
gaming at Kahulu'.; Ah Lo (two
cases), selling liquor without license;
Aka, selling liquor without license.
We have had several cases before
us in which the Police Department
lias Jigureit. We arc much impress
ed with the nietnods resorted lo by.
them in obtaining testimony in liquor
cases having no regard in many in
stances as tc the character ot their
paid spies. Tn two cases before us
we fcol ihat the spies were perjurers
and one apy admitted having been in
jail three times for various offeucoB.
Ve have heard much evidence; so
much as to make it convincing to our
members that the Police Depart
ment are lax in their mothods; that
many of the officers are inefficient;
in fact, we think there should be a
general shaking up of tho depart
ment. Instances have come to our knowl
edge of the divulgence by membors
of former Graud Juries, of the pro
ceedings had before them. Without a
desire to mention the names of offend
.ing members of those bodies, we re
spectfully recommend that all Grand
Juries and jurors be so admonished by
the court as to reprove past and pre
vent future violations of tho secrecy
which should attend all proceedings
before the Grand Jury.
We further recommend that th9
clerk of this Grand Jury, Mr. T. M.
Church, be paid a reasonable sum in
addition to his per diem as a Grand
Juror, tor his faithful and arduous
services as clerk of this body.
We thauk the Court and its officers
for the courtesies extended to the
members of this Grand Jury during
And, having completed our duties
and given our best attention to all the
matters submitted, to our considera
tion by'lhe court ir by the Deputy At
torney General we respeotfu'.ly ask
that this. Graud Jury be now dis
charged for tl ,o term.
The followiug cases have been dis
posed of sijico the opening of the
Territory of Hawaii vs. Y. Sumlsa
ki. Sellir.jr liquor w.thout a lcentc
Uiehnr Jsou for defendant. Nolkspros,
Territory of Hawaii vs. Yak Man
and John yaiuu. Violating Sec. 1418
oft no Penal Laws. .Coke for defend
ai its. 'Nolle pros.
Territory of Hawaii vs. All Tout'
and live other?. Gamin". Bull forfeit
ed. Territory of Hawaii, vs. Akima dt
al. Gamine. Vivas for defendants.
Ball forfeited as to Hirochigi and
nolle pros, entered as to other de
fendants. Tei ritory of Hawaii vs. Ah Lo (tw
charges).' Selling liquor without ii'
license. Coke for dcfcnlant. Noih
Territory of Hawaii vs. Aka. Sell
ing liquor without a license. Lout
for defendant. Nolle pros.
Territory of 'Hawaii v. M.! Ciibrnh
Burglary first.degree. Vivas for de.
fendant. Dufendaut discharged oi.
motion of the Deputy Attorney Gen
eral. Territory of Havaii vs. D. Kao
men. Larceny second tk'gVd'e.' vivnf
for defeudant.-Nolle pros;
Territory of Hawaii vs. Funa'oka.
Assault and battery. Defendant
pleads guilt.'Fined SlO, cost rendu
ed. J. A. Xheong vs. Haiku Sugar Co.
Trespass on the case. Continued un-
til r.ext term by stipulation.' Kir
ncy, McClanahan & Cooper for plain
tiff; Smith & Lewif. for, defeudant.
Ahmi vs. L. M. .Baldwin ot :il.
Damages.. Coke and NValKoi: fot
plaintiff; Magoon for .defendant
Continued until next term' by ngree
raent of counsel.
W. L. Hardy vs. Hana Plantation
Co. Coke and Watson for plaintiff :-
Holmes '& Stanley for' dJfendant.
Continued until next term. '
Meleaka How On vs. Amoo Alio
et al. Ejectment. Stricken from the
Rosalie Lyons vs. J. W. -Kalua.
Ejectment. Coke for plaintiff; Rich
ardson and Vivas' for ' defendant.
Continued for the term'
Macfarlanu & Co. vs. William
White. Assump'sitv Coke for plaintiff
Correa and Creighton-fbr defendant.
Defondant confesses judgment.
Hackfeld &. Co. vs William White.
Assumpsit. Coke for plaintiff. Correa
and Creighton for defendant. Defen
dant confesses judgment.
'Territory of Huwaii vs. Ah Guy.
Coke for defendant, charged with
selling liquor without a license. Case
was dismissed as tho principal wit.
ness was missing. 1
Papa Kahaulelio, Coke for defend?
ant, plead guilty to the charge .(of
mayhem.Judgo Kepoikai suspended
sentence' for thirteen months. ,fn
Manuel Chase who on July 4th cee-
brated tho day "by building up a ja'g
and assaulting Antone do Regoanu
Manager Camara with a weapon
dangerous to life, plead guilty and
was sentenced to ten days hard labor.
Tho Judge took cognizance of the
fact -that the defendant, had been
confined to jail since the day of'the
affray. 1 1
Sasaki Kekichi indicted ' by .tho
Grand Jury for embezzlement, .,ybeu
brought before a jury vfas'founa not
guilty. The same was 'the result of
the assault and battery case. against
Kaaihue Ioana and Kaiu on Leo
and ' Kaiu on
Lung on the
water r.ights of lower
Juau Florcs, Poc.toJRfcan. Crock-
ott for defendant.uwagindictcd for
Assult and Batteryoa iMrs. Wm.
Morris on tho Wa'ihoe roacl. The jury
brought in a verdict.of not guilty,
Roko Posano. Jaiiotber Porto
Rican, who prefers living inside the
four walls of WailukuUai! than out-
side, was indiofed foriLaroeny in the
First degreej' Posabo was recently
released from jail and desiring to show
AND DEPUTY PAD.
Tender Their Resignation?
' at request of
. . Govcrnop Cortcp '
(Special Vii (.'less to News)
Honolulu Oct! 21-3:30 p. m. Higl.
Sheriff A. M. ' Brown and Deputy
Sheriff ClmrlcslK Chillingworth re
igned at 3:00 o'clock this aftcrnooi
at t lie requestof Governor Chrter.
Jailor William Henry succeed
Urown as Slicrlll uud Mr. Hattot
vitl. bo his deputy.
Jailor Croweli proceeded to put ellasi
5otne candy, and incidculinlly a jag.
While presenting the jaiior with Hit
candy for Hie chilili cn he espired a
uandsomo watch bclonuiiiL' lo tin
Jailor. An opportunity offered it
ielf s'o he pr'-lonyed tha lime piece,
tie will do two youro at hard labor.
Territory of Hawaii vsMitami, Cas
-uid Coke fordefendunt. Selling liqtio.
vithout a license at Kaanapali
1 'load not qtfilty-sustained by jury.
Territory of Hawaii vs Tsue, Cokt
or defendant, Embezzlement of $305
uO Plead uotgulity-ji.ry found verdici
of guilty, sentenced to two years al
Hana Kapaknhi vs Pioneer Mill Co.
Lighfuol. representing Magoon
f'hompsou and Peters, for Plaintiff,
Coke and Case for defendant, Eject
ment! Continued until tho next term.
Territory of Hawaii vs Wm. Morris,
D. Espinda and Moke Kamanu, Case,
Vivas and Crockett for defendants,
xVssnult to commit Rape. Nolle pros
miiu oonjs conceited.
Territory of Hawaii vs M. L. Deck
er, and Fusikawa, Coke and Case for
ilefendauts, selling liquor on a sunday
Fusikawa was discharged by instruc
tion of the court. M. L. Decker was I
found guilty. Sentenco was suspend-i
ed for six months. i
Territory of Hawaii vs Tai Sing,
and Ah Mai, Coke for defendants,
Burglary in the first- degree, pos
ooned until this morning and finally
carried over to the naxt term of
Territory of -Hawaii vs Kaili, Vivas
'Shd.Crockett for defendant, Embez-
meat. Plead not cuiltv.
BKaili was a police officer in the
fTr? J!.i . 1 . a
aanu uistnci ana August iuu was
sent out to crather un bail monev.
amount to be collected from one
chinaman was $400.00.
i tri tt Tr.iti i 3
in $300.00 claiming that the
amount was all that paid him by lh
ehinawan. Tho jorv brought in a
verdic t of guilty. Sentence 2 years nt
Deputy Attorney General Ah-
ford for tho Attorney Generals De
partment and Judge Kepoikai for
the Judiciary thanked this jury as
well as the whole panel for their
I lyalty, thoroughness and conscien
tiousness of their labors and vor-
The Court will, adjourn to day sine
This completes the criminal cases
on the calender to be tried at tbls
term of court.
Next week the following, jury
waived cases will come up for trial:
F. G. Correa vs L. von Tempsky
aud Ji Francisco, Trespass, Vivas for
plaintiff and Cf.se for defendants.
P. lAimoku vs. Ah Tuck ot al,
Coke fur plaintiff and Case for do
J. Oulshl vs. J. Esamersley. Case
for plaintiff and Vivas for dofendanc.
(Continued on puge h)
THE SEME REDUCES
Estimate Fully Fifty Thousand FaU Bevone.
Port Arthur. Fo Stops Fihtin,
At The Front.
EPISCOPALIANS COMPROMISE ON DIVORCE'
Collision In Snowsheds Caus:s Firi. Marines Remain At
. Panama. Three Notable Dead;'
(Sptciul Wiieless, to News.)
Sugar Oti test 4:25. Beets lis 3-4d.
Cheefoo, Oct. 21. It is estimate!
hero that fully i"0,000 Jaj'itet-u havi
I'een killed before the attack on Port
Mukden, Oct. 21. -A dense fog coi,-
cci-l.s Imtli armies, consequently Ihei'i
it no l'hting.
WaMiington, Oct. 21.-:It has bee)
deehle'l ly the Navy Deiartnient t
ri'inin ihe Marine Corps at Panam: .
Dostr.r,, Cet. 21. The House :
Di puiit-s of the Espiscopol Conveu
linn has adopted a compromise canoi
o.i iviuce, permitting the mnrriagi
of Innocent parties after a year.
Tokio, Oct 20. The Japanes-e Diet
will. ci nveiie on November 2S.
Honolulu, Oct. 21 Dr. W. S. Nt -oli
it, died last night of typhoid fever.
Honolulu, Oct. 21 William Daly,
wliowas injured by a driven bullock
on tno waterfront rut sdny dlco
yusUrdaj at the Queens Hospital.
St. Petcrsdurg, Russia, Oct. 19.
A part of the Baltic fleet will sail for
the Orient by way of Suez and a part
by the Cape of Good Hope. v
Washington. D. C, Oct. i9.Sec
retary of War Taft is going to Pana
ma to adjust differences between, the
Shanghai, China, Oct. 19. It is
belioved that bandit pirates have
formed an alliance for revolt in the
proviuco of Kwangtung.
BAYAN IS SUNK.
London, Oct. 18,-Japaneso shells
have sunk the cruiser Bayan in the
harbor of Port Arthur.
COAL FOR RUSSIA.
Cardiff, Oct. 18,-Half a million tons
of coal are to be shipped from here
on Russian account.
New York, Oct, 18, Young Cor
bett, and Jabez While, tho English
champion, havo been matched to
Los 'Angeles, Oct.-Jaok Johnson
has defeated Denver Martin in the
New York, Oct. 19,-Weinsumer
the labor leader has been convicted
Shanghai, China, Oct. 18. Tho
British steamers PakkangandKahio
have been attcked by pirates near
Canton. A British gunboal has been
San Francisco, Cal., Oct. 18.
Garrott was today sentenced to 15
years at San Quentin for killing
McCung at the Palace Hotel last
London,. Oct. 17.-Baron Hayashi,
the Japanese Minister, says tho war
will continue throughout the winter,
When Tieling is taken tho Japaueso
nill advanco to Harbin.
Copenhagen, Oct. 17,-Tho Russiau
Baltic fleet is coaling in Langeland
Boston, Oct. 17,-The Bishops have
adopted the amendment to the
divorce pacnon which the Deputies
rejected. Tho convention has placed
the islands near Hawaii under the
Episcopal jurisdiction of the Bishop
QUIT THEIR JOBS.
Lisbon, Oct. 17,-The Cabinet has
I50WKER VS. NEIL.
San Ftani Iseo, Oct. 18. B:wkpr'
yol the deeif-inii ovor JCt-il.
Cico Cnl , Oei. 20. A eol'Mnn int
the MiinvMicds loday resulted in the"
di si riii-iinii I iy (ii r (f sevcial cartK
C mi 2.200 feet i,; Sinivhutls, R. J.
I..iu.-. Siiiu-i iiitciuU'iil of the Sacrn-
nil nio llvifiiiii, tvu ii pii-M-nircr and'
dii.'.l of heart fa-luiu bi onla on by
the nvk of l lit- iifeiileiil.
St. PuiLM'.-iiurj.-, Oct. 20. Thesus--ti-t.
ion of hostilities In-lnw Mukdeni
Cliefoo, CI ii a, 0.'t.2n; r.-nllnuodi
11-,'liiinir i.s uejoi U'd at Pot t' Arthur.,
The Japanese have' Oiip'tui-ed." minor
Tokio, .Japan, Oet 2)-. Tho- Ruj
.-iaii-, i ciitfoi eeil tiy 3 ',(i(),'i niiu; audi
it total of six divisions, now confront.
Loudon. England. Oct. 2fl, Kir.ir?
EdwaiV lunched Unlay with .America '
olficerb on board the Warships.
London, England, Oct. 19. Ad-
tniral Van Sittard is dead.
Solonica, .Oct. 19. Poptamat, tho- '
notorious agitator, has been mur
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