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L TIAINA, . . MAUI
By a Southern Judge on the Federal
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER b, 1904
A. N. HAYSELDEN
ATTOKNEY AT LAW
. . I 'IHA fAl nMIu 1 t t
AND notary i'uuliu i extracts nom a
LAHAINA, - - MAUI, charge to a grand jury by a Southern
Telephone 220 judge clearly indicate the trend of
J. M. VIVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
W.- F. CROCKETT
SS- ATTORNEY AT LAW
ti ' . .
C. W. ASHFORD
Attorney fc Counsellor
t M. S. DEPONTE,
ATTORNEY AT f(AW
should bo delivered to the mob and
lawlessly put to death. From the
same sources of information, the
court Is adviseu that there w re
utterances of members of this mob,
and speeches made to Incite it to its
crime, and o'lu-r thing done which
go to show that the rnoh, composed
wholly of while men, was linully stir
red to its purjio-o rather from pre.
udices 8 gainst- Maples' raco than
from uidi(nati.m at the crime laid nt
his door, and that because of that
race prejudice the mob did its mm-
FINDS toSSU G
public opinion in the South relative
to lynchine. Judee ThnmtiR fi Tm...
of Alnbam.i in the Federal Court of derLS work to im'veut MnP' ttho
Alnlinmn r i 4.1. , . . was focused of crime uin n whlta
First National Bank --ine. acts oi wie . ., .
MAUI. moDatiiuntsviIIe, Alabama, who shot ' - ' oung-
aild burnt onn Hni-ftPy. Arnr,l,. .. I ""-'".J "cuui'm m lU sot nee, II
gro, who was in jail on charge of
murder sa'd in part, as follows:-
Gentlemcn of the Grand Jury:
You are clothed for the timo being,
with the majesty of a creat neonle.
to aJd iu thaadmlaistration of their CC"S' Htllc recklnH Aether the help
justice. Men are so accustomed to
witness the workings of the courts,
that they seldom pause to reflect up
on the solemnity and significance of
the duty or from whenco coinc the
innocent, or to U coudrnmed and
! punWiod, if guiltv, by the constituted
tribunals of the land.
Intent upon its murdorous work
this mob carried off the keys to th
less numan hi'inps confined tber
were rcscued,or roasted and left th
riddled body of Maples, dangling from
a halter in the light o tthe flames o
the bt rninr iai
TIvm-c,. in the shadow of the clust-
tlnirlty that the law 1ms the rij.'ht f
self defense; that it i( no excuse f i
fa lure tut fcchargr the duty of pic
teciing the law, m protect in: ajii is
ncr, that some "good mnn" bent on
ar.ion oi murder, may be hurt. Tie
shuts fired by slier. ITs hi defense of
tho jails uf Ji-ITcr.son and St. Clair
counties have ('.one more for liUrty
in Alabama tkun all the elturts of its
law makers in the past quarter uf a
Let us frown down and fenre reck
less agitator, and teach them that
It is a crlme.ag.tiuM the peace of ti a Gans Wins on A Foul -Am;.:can Consulate At Amory Burn
state to t.iue wttn lace passion. ed.--Ii2: Mayor Ames of Minneapolis Again On Trial.
iet us nave as little toleration for
his presence, as wa would for the
visit of a dt unken man. who bi inijj, a Latest wireless to News.)
Bombardment of' Port A. :hur Still Continues.
Japanese Suffer Heavy Loss. General
StoesscI Wound; ;-Russian squad
ron at 'i .-Holers.
Baldwin Airship Escapes at St. Louis'
In the beginning, when the Crea. P''""-' churchos. court houses, schools
I tor made the earth acd placed man "U3 h''ma of ,,,is b(,',,!,if,,l city, it
im Notary Public and Agent to Grant upon It, He ws man's only law-mak- UHM mUl cul ,,,w" a ,nu,e ,)'
er and judge. He could hao cot WM,,CiJS l crime whicl
PAIA MAUI tinued to the end of time tbconh law 1 oU nt aU ,,,L' t,,llu,ll,, of
Attorney at Law
glvsr and judge of men. He did
Ion, civl'iiation and 1
Du. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 to 10 a. si.. 2 to 4 p. m.,
7 to 8 P. M. HOSWTAL 10 A. M.
net so choose. Ho wrote in the nonnall3' constituted human being is
heart of every human being the. in
stinct between right and wrong, and
then, for some wise purpose of hia
own, instead of Himself directly gov
erning man, committed to man the
.shocked at such a crime
lioncomort unbidden to
i.ac you any duty to perform with
refu-ence to these offenses?
Every mob is a stab at the sorer-
awful power of government, which 0lg,1,y of tho PeoP:c, and a malign de
in so many and different way makes 1;ial t0 thQm bv force of ar:ns of "'e
and unmakes the destinies and hap B 1 10 lhe 'rccdom of orderly gov.
piness of races and individuals. Thus er2tnen ' Ti,ere ls uot w village in
EDWARD ARM IT AGE, M. D,
PHYSICIAN & SURGEON
Eyfc, K An. Nose and Tuhoat
Offico Hours:-8 to 11 n. m., 1 to 3 h(J n)adj Ug keepers of mp Mov Alabama whose able-bodied men and
man, and entrusted to us His divine bVS woul1 Doi Ry ,0 a,',ns to ,'ePeI a
power. The duty and power are Pund ot freeboolcru who organized in
none the leas divine, becauso thoy tneir midst to enforce u demand that
have been delegated to man. In this no communtY hould have nothing
sense, it is true that the powers that to do wlth cnforcing its own laws.
b0 arc ordained of God. However Yet this ,s thc mnb' anc1 whatitdoes
humblo or unworthy we may be. our Ane "re tH'"8 W( Ul(' ' log out the alarm
p. m., i to o p. ro
;,Kuiholani Homestead, Wailuku.Maul
Physician & SunaitON
Office Hours at Puunene Hospital
7:30 to 8:30 A. M. and 5 to 6 P. M.
Otherwise by appointment only
I .. . I nn t . .
Pousene Maui oraco ennobles us when we rightly lUH y oi our cities
and fearlessly administer justice. wou,d swarn w "rmed and indig.
The nowcr from which our offlen nanl P00!"0 "ieT were told that a
comes and the tremendous conao- gan,? of i"trudcn wore coining to cx
quences for good or ill which wait IK'-lllt-Ir clll'sc" from judg-
upon tho work of justice , did us at- men' seats and put irresponsible and
ways remember, why wo administer vicicus mcn, chosen by the mraud-
at its altars, the warning of the Lord cls IS tllL'ir Placcs' Yet that Is the
to the prophet of old, "put oil" thy ml,,sl011 of "ie mob when it arms to
shoes from off they foot: for the Blor,n a a put a prisoner to
place whereon thou standest is holv doath- If men would only reflect
ground." Let us not pollute Cod's
altar by coming here with any un
worthy purpose, or stalu the white
ness of our souli by unmanly falter
mDlii. WAI. G. P.OGERS
Eye, Ear, Noso and Throat
SEooms 33-34 Ai.exandeh Young
Phone Mam No. 18.
?GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, SUNNYSIDR AND PUUNBHK
Hours, f) A. M. to 4. P. M.
Kvb, claric, d. d. s. v. f. FREAK, d. d. a I ing in the pathway of duty.
rCLARK & FREAR
. Mclotyro Dldg. Fort and King.
'Hours. 8 A. M. to 4 r. si. Honolulu, II. T
what treason mob law is to their
home sand institutions, mobs would be
well nigh impossible.
Let us teach in season and out of
season that justice metec cut by law
H. R. HITCHCOCK
jEDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conyei-encer and
gAaENT to Grant Marriage License
Ofhoe, Circuit Corut, 2nd Circuit
MOSES' K. NAKUINA
For the TsUnf1 nf iriv-:
, ' v. v a MUivtvOi
Lately, lis the court knows irom to cri,ninals is a bettci shiold for the
common knowledge, as well as from home aBatnst tn nssassin, robber
reports of its officers, a mob gather- ttnd lncondlary. than tho orgies of the
ed in a stone's throw of this court mob around the burning body at the
room, and in insolent defiance of tho staki wnic 01ll.v "'cite passions for
judies and laws of our stato, and r0VPnS and bring down upon us tho
with studied insult and contempt iU8t condemnation of the cltilued
for its-civil and military power which wor,d'
sought to protect the Huntsvillo jail, Lot us imP' C3i uPn thl! offlcers of
assaulted the assembled forces of the tbe kw that' hev 0CCUPy relutlons to
law at their post of duty there. It Priors and havo a duty to per-
broke down the doors of the jail, sot form tD otbers ,n Pr0tecting them,
it on fire, resisted efforts to put out wl,Ioh ovorv codo Df llonor and rlRht
tho flames, and obstructed Wlicors comPel "'eln td UUchargo no matter
of tho United States In their endenv- vrhat the cost-
ors to remove UnlUd prisoners from Let us cease faltering condemna-
their cells to a place t safety. This tlon of mob violence, and speak out
frenzied and savage work was dono aboul "th Kd "ut misguided men"
that Horace Maples, a negro citizen w" burns Jail8 and US8ault officers.
of Alabama and of the Unltod Statos, Let us ieach that "Sol men" ro
who was there confined to bo "safely volt at suoh tll,nKs aud Press uPi
kept to answer the laws of the State the mInds and consciences of tho peo-
ofAtamaba upon a charge of mur- P' tbat men who are willing to take
der, should not be so kept and dlspos- "VeS f 0flicerS or Prctetinf
. ' ., . , v prisoners, are enemies of mankind.
1 of according to law but instead, Let us impress upon those in au
light torch In a gale of wludaround Sua r .G 't. 4:375 Beets 125, 7 l-2d.
our barns and ginneries. iestvenskv ha nrrivn,! .1,
Let us teach that no man hi au nt RuFsmn battleship squadron.
scmblage about a jail when tbr nvb Pnr, N 4T, . , . .
gathering there, U innocent, unlesb confer the news that the Japanepn
he .stand.s 1111 the side of law. I battleship Gasbima was sunk off the
Let us t each that In defending the ':ort of Da,ny last June striking a
mine. The Japanese ofhclals bare
jail, wo arc defending our instil ulions
hitherto concealed tho news.
London, Nov. 4. It is reported
that General Stoessel defending Port
Arthur has btou wounded in the leg.
and civillx..tluii, and uot the Individ
ual who l.s held there to answer f. r
T n lnHHl. .1.... -. . ! 1 - 1 1. .
Du0 ..v.u ,u. ,a.lo ,, uc Cneef0. Nov 4.ThD Jannnr
11 ec uoni asauits to peace una civile losses in the last assault udoii Port
zatiuu and that licto batters down j Arthur are heavier than before.
theirldoorfi, batters down the safety ol The bombardments were so hea
our homes. that it shook the stroets of Daii
Let us speak out In public nssem- 0Vljr thirty miles away, like an eartl
blicf and private gatherings, arc not tuaue
Uave to the uress: nnd n few hrnr.J bt. Louis, Nov. 4 The Baldwt
mlnl.tn.K. th t.nO, nf Bmr,n n.nhJ B,Pb,P W,,lch haS beGn CCeSSfull
and their defenders.
sucieed General Kuropatkln in com
mand of the first army,
Washington, D. C, Nov. l.-iTho1
Franco-Ame rican arbitration treaty
was signed here today by the rep-
rcsentatives oi the signatory Pow
Brussels, Oct. 31, Tho Russiaa
loan of $170,000,000 hsw been signed.
Seattle, Oct.- 31.Tho Japanese re
servists here havo been ordered) to
Elder is dead.
31. Archbis hop.
exnioung nerc nas excapeu. Jhi
last seem ofhershe was noma North
J-.et us s; e to it that ouroa rvenors, ward. Nov. 4. The airship has be
judges, sheriffs, solicitors and juiiebl recouvered.
are upneioin their ellortstomaintuin vladlvostock, Nov. 3.--A rumbrr
the law, and arc made to feel that of vessels have arrived here wit!
thepeopU ara around and about 81 PPCS- winter nas aegao.
them, when they do.so: and likewi-e. St.f Petersburg, Nov. 3. Muc
too. let others ft el that we do m t anxiety is leu apoui tne mintai
a. a t 1 a a . I n tuatiuu uauauo uiutusv uKUiiiai
fnfrr r thnun tvhn wliAti anfxnil ml I r f Ik
I Chinese clothing being worn by Rus
wun tne aUm.nI5.rauon 01 !-, ,tan troops haa been ignored.
f rr ttc I'notmnnt
' l C.heatnn NnT 'A Tho nrnnr nf ft
Let us in proper ways teach kindly Russian Cruiser Rcisttelini have u
relations between the races. Let us parted for Shanghai.
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reiw moei vna mc oiacK raco nat Hull, Enpland, Nov. 3. Tho t
had Its sore trials as well as oui-. ronor's inquest empanaled to lavesti
Let us not forget the fidelitj of the ffato thc firing on the fishermen by th,
I r t w .l .n...n t:
former slave, who remained at homr. wa.u.,. ai,UUUiUl. m,,
w . , . ., ., . , , that the fishermen were killed L.v
, k "uiu - tliisslniiK without wnrninir nr nri
master s lamuy, wnue the raaslev vocation
was on tlir fiir !T line of hftU nH
vai in tne m ast or a terrible war. . ... , , ,
greement with England insures ai
wunmanyio incite him to It, he amicable settlement of the Norl
nover once rose anywhere in iusur- Sea affair,
rection ngmnst nis master. Let us Winston Salem, N. C, Nov. 2
counsel with the wiser and better Thirteen people are dead and miv
members of the race and help thera fatally injured from the bursting 01 .
to control its vibious members. reservoir at this place
Nanicoke, Pa., Nov. 2. Ten mi
ners were killed hore today by the
fall of a passenger cage in a loo-.!
St. Louis, Oct. 31. The Baldwin,
dirigible airship sailed three mile,
against the wiud yesterday.
New York, Out. 31. -All grades of
pfined sugar have advanced five
Minneapolis, Oct 31. The third.
1 1 1 il of ox-Mayor Ames resulted in a
; 1 1 'agreement of the jury. Ames."
edom Is probable.
Vnoy, Oct. 31. The American--ovulate
here has been burneJ. No
Practical Harness Maker
epairing in all branches. Strictly-
Ming Legqings, and Saddles.
mado to order
A City Planting a Forest.
Los Augeles, Cnl., hap. 3,000 acres
of brush land called Griffith Park,
which it intends to convert into a
commercial forest. This will be tho
first instance of a city in the United
States creating a forest. The prac
tice is quite common in Europe,
where tbe forest-parks have uot only
contributed to the pleasure of the
people, but have been moro than self-
supporting through their tlmbor out
put, Under its cooperative offer tho
Bureau of Forestry had last summer
at Los Angeles four of its experts,
making a comprehensive planting
plan for tho forest. This plan was
completed at the end of September.
Tho idea is to convert a waste piece
of land into a . productive forest,
which will not only pay for its crea
tion and care through the sale of
raaturo timber, but will prove a con
stant source of pleasure and recrea
tion for tho citizens of Los Angeles.
It is anontirely practical plan, and
Los Angeles deserves credit for ils
progressive spirit. Othor cities
could very profitably follow this vx
Mount Vernon, N. Y., Nav. 2
An explosion of dynamite here today
killed ono man and injured fort-.
The damage to property will amount
London, Nov. 2. The Russian
negotiations ar progressing favor
ably but the departure of Roiei!
vensky from Nigo Is not liked by n
portion of tho press.
Gibraltar, Nov. 1. The garriion
has been mobilized.
The Channel squadron is in resiii
ness for action and British warship
have established a regular patrol, i
Vigo, Nov. 1. The Russian wsi.
ships have left this port followed I
the Spanish warship Extremadu
Four officers of the Russian squ...
ron left the fleet hore to make thel. .
report at St. Petersburg.
Cody, Wyo., Nov. 2. Four band! 1
attempted to rob the First N&tioi
Bank yesterday. The cashier w..
killed and tbo robbers escuped with
out loot. There was a runniug fij. i.
St. Petersburg, Nov. 1. Genera'
Kaklbahra cm been appointed t
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