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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH 25, 1905.
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h PROFESSIONAL CARDS
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
W. F. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
'J. M. VIVAS
ATIUKNEi AT LiAW
offices: kefoikai block
t WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
, 0. H. DICKEY
Attorney and Councillor at Law
t 37 S. King St. HONOLULU.
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AND NOTARY PUBLIC
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GRAND JURY BRING IN
Excellent Work Accomplished By This Important
Body. Fairness Without Compromise Wins
Goverment True Bills. Digest of Calender.
MARCH TERM IS ALL
Coming Week Should See All
Session Of Court In Some Years. Many Cases
Wiped Off By Court And Jury.
With the usual drag which attends the
opening of a term of Court and the many
indictments brought in by. the Grand
Jury, it'looked as though the Court would
have to extend the term for possibly a
week. His Honor, however, has adopted
the rule of allowing no dallying or delays
on the part of the Attorneys. He caused
to have posted a placard showing the or
der in which cases would be heard and
the prosecution as well ns the counsel .for
the defeiulents were expected to be ready
when the cases were called. This has had
a tendaucy to cxpidate matters, so that it
looks more that likely that all cases,
criminal, civil, committal, jury waved
and chamber cases which have been set
for this term will be all disposed of with
in the alloted time for the term. Night
sessions in two or three instances have
been necessary, but it can be said to the
credit of the jurors that they willingly
accepted this additional work. The fol
lowing cases have been disposed of to
Territory of Hawaii vs Tai Sing, Burg
lary First Degree, J. L. Coke for defend
ent. On motion of the Attorney General
and attorney Coke, the Court continued
the case to the next term. This is the
case which resulted in a mistrial on ac
count of one of the jurors being a grand
juror which indicted Tai Sing and Ah
Kauakahi charged with selling liquor
without a licencse. Indicted by the
Grand Jury. J. L. Coke for tlefendent,
Territory of Hawaii vs T. Uemura,
violating bridge laws, J. W. Kalua for
tlefendent. Sentence was suspended.
Nonaka et al. assault and battery, D. H.
Case for defendents. Fined 25.00
Ah Moi, charged with selling liquor
without a license. J. L. Coke for defend
ent. Indicted by Grand Jury, was fined
Nuuhiwa of Lahaina indicted by Grand
Jury with assault with intent to rape, J.
L. Coke for defendent, was acquitted.
S. Kaahui, indicted for assault with a
weapon dangerous to life namely a piece
of water pipe, J. L. Coke for defendent
March 21st, was sentenced to one year at
The case of T. Awana indicted by the
Grand Jury for selling liquor without a
license, J. M. Vivas for defendent, took
up the better part of Tu esday . At 3:30 p. m.
the jury adjourned to ballot. After many
ballots were taken they sent in word at
10:00 p. in. that a dead lock had occured
and there was no possible chance of
reaching a verdict. The case was entered
W. Crowell, indicted by the Grand
Jury on the charge of embezzlement, John
Richardson and W. F. Crockett attorneys
for the defendent, consumed the whole
of Wednesday, and finally resulted, alter
aw evening session lasting until 9:00 p,
in., in the jury bringing in a verdict of
Larceny in the Second Degree, the charge
of embezzlement not being proven; and
recommending him to the mercy of the
Court. Attorney Crockett madepn able
and soul stirring appeal before ljis Hon
or for leniency. The Judge in giving
Cases Disposed Of. Longest
the sentence pointed out the seriousness
of the charges and what the law demand
ed as punishment, but took into consid
eration of the recommendation by the
jury and sentenced him to ten days hard
labor. The original change of Larceny
was Nolle Pros.
Joe Sentaro, indicted for Assult with a
weapon dangerous to life, and who plead
not guilty, changed his plea to guilty and
at the instance of the Deputy Attorney
General the charge was revised to assault
and battery. J L. Coke in a statement of
the assault, showed the previous good
record of the defendent and .that there
was nothing preniediated in the assault.
J. L. Osuierand J. Correa, indicted by
the Grand Jury for common nuisance,
plead not guilty and the case was passed
on. D. H. Case is the attorney.
Young Ing, a celestial who bumped up
against the wide tire act, and who knew
more about tires than the people who
made the law, at the suggestion of the
trial jury who found hitn.guilty, and His
Honor who imposed the fine, donated ten
dollars, with the usual court trimming,
Judge Lindsay of the First Circuit
Court will leave Honolulu Tuesday to set
ou'the John Richardson cases; Judge Ke
noikai beinjr disqualfied, as he is a wit
THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
5ECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
HAWAII, MARCH, TERM,
IN THIS MATTER OF Tim GRAND JURY IN
AND FOR THE ABOVE ENTITLED
COURT AND TERM.
To the Hon. A. N. KEFOIKAI, Judge of
the Circvit Court of the Second Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii:
We, the undersigned, Grand Jurors of
your Hon. Court, beg to make our Final
Report, as follows:
We have investigated twenty-eight cas
es, and have disposed of the same in the
manner hereinafter, set forth, to wit:
TRUE 11II.I.S FOUND AND INDICTMENTS
1. Territory of Hawaii vs. John de
Costa, Violating Wide Tire Act.
2. Territory of Hawaii vs. Nonaka et
al, A-'ault and Battery.
3. Territory of Hawaii vs. Young Ing,
Violating Wide Tire Act.
4. Territory of Hawaii vs. T,
Violating Bridge Laws.
5. Territory of Hawaii vs. S.
Violating Bridge Laws.
6. Territory of Hawaii vs.
Selling Spirituous Xiquor without Li
cense. 7. Territory of Hawaii vs. T. Awana,
Selling Spirituous Liquor without Li
cense. S. Territory of Hawaii vs. Kauakahi,
Selling Spirituous Liquor without Li
cense. 9. Territory of Hawaii vs. Lin Kui Fn,
Selling Spirituous Liquor without Li
cense. 10. Territory of Hawaii vs. Willie
Crowell, Larceny Second Degree.
11. Territory of Hawaii vs, Willie
12. Territory- of Hawaii vs. Samuel
Kaahui, Assault and Battery with a Wea
pon obviously and imminently dangerous
n. Territory of Hawaii vs. William
George Scott, Selling Adulterated Liquor.
14. Territory of Hnwail vs. Charles
Long, Larceny First Degree.
15. Territory of Hawaii vs. Nuuhiwa,
Assault with intent to Commit Rape.
16. Territory of Hawaii vs. Joe Sentaro
Assault and Battery with a Weapon ob
viously and imminently dangerous to
17. Territory of Hawaii vs. Ke Pomai-
kai, Assault and Batteiy with a Weapon
obviously and imminently dangerous to
18. Territory of Hawaii vs. John Rich
19. Territory of Hawaii vs. John Rich
20. Territory of Hawaii vs. J. L. Osmer
and J. Correa, Common Nuisance.
21. Territory of Hawaii vs. Ah Lo, As
sault with intent to Commit Rape.
In the following cases, after due in
vestigation, we have declined to Indict,
1. Territory of Hawaii vs. Awana, Sell
ing Spirituous Liquor without License.
2. Territory of Hawaii vs. All Sing
You, Violating condition of Restaurant
3. Territory of Hawaii vs. A. Moanali
ha alias Win. Auwekoolani, Perjury.
' 4. Territory of Hawaii vs. David Ke
kuewa, Burglary First Degree.
5. Territory of Hawaii vs. Moku, Rape.
6. Territory of Hawaii vs. Manuel
Dtitro, Selling Spirituous Liquor without
7. Territory of Hawaii vs. Eugene
In the matter of the application of the
residents of Keanae for homesteads, we
are unable to come to a final decision
from lack of evidence.
We condemn the action of the present
Roard Board in changing the Wnihee
Road at Fuakalaina, mid it is recommend
ed that at some time in the near future,
this road be reopened and reconstructed
in a proper manner at its former location.
We recommend that the Police Depart
ment compel all hacks when not engag
ed, to stand 011 the upper side of Market
Street between High and Kalua Streets,
On investigating the sanitary condition
of Wailuku, we suggest that stricter, at
tention be paid to the same. The Kalua
ditch we find is in a deplorable state, and
we further recommend that a sanitary in
spector be appointed for all districts of
the Island of Maui, where the population
is or exceeds two thousand inhabitants.
Upon investigation we have discovered
that certain irregularities exist relative
to the disposition of monies seized by
police officers at gambling games. We
recommend as a result of this investiga
tion the removal of Lieutenant William
Keanu from his office.
We further recoiiim. nd that the Clark
of this Grand Jury, J. J. Corell, Esq.,
be paid Five Dollars, ($5.00), per day, in
addition to his per diem as a Grand Juror,
for his faithful and ardurous services as
clerk of this body.
We respectfully thank this Honorable
Court and its officers for the courtesies
extended to us during the performance
of our duties.
We further extend a vote of thanks to
William H. Heen, Esq., Deputy Attorney
General, for the thorough manner in
which he has presented all matters before
Dated at Wailuku, Maui, March iSth,,
ClnlmB To Be A Victim.
Honolulu, March 21, -An offical inves
tigation has been instituted with a view
to accertaiiung whether one Kam, a
Maui policemrn now under indictment
for embezzlement, is not the victim of
a conspiracy to send him to jail to the
end that a Chinaman may do the govern
ment out of 100, It seems that Kaili
who was a policeman ut liana, was sent
by Deputy Sheriff Wittrock to collect
I400 cash ball from n certain Chinaman
there. The Chinaman gave the officer a
roll of money which he said amounted
to the sum in question, and the too trust
ing policeman gave him a receipt for&oo,
Kaili then rode on his way, but pres
ently it occurred to him that it might be
well to count the money and then he dis
covered, so he claims, that the Chinese
had given him only 5300. He went back
ami demanded the balance, but the Chi
nauuin claimed that he had paid the offic
cr the full amount, and so Kaili rode
away and reported the case to Wittrock,
Attorney Ashford, who represented the
Attorney General's department at the
last term of the Maui Circuit Court, had
Kaili indicted for embezzlement and now
a unanimous protest against this action
lias come up from Hana, Deputy Wittrock
and most of the people there insisting
that Kaili is innocent, the victim of the
cunning Chinese. Also, Representative
Ilaia has.taken the matter up in behalf
WOMEN ORDERED TO
Munitions and Supplies
Japanese Still Hot on
PINKHAM'S RESIGNATION ASKED BY ACHI
Board of Health Brought Before House to Investigate Set
tlement Trip. Canada Refuses American Fishermen
Bait. Noted Novelist Dying.
(Special by Wireless to the News.)
Sugar 96 test, 4:83. Beets 14s 4-Jd.
Gunshu Pass, March 24. The Japanese are still following the
Russian rear guard and operating wide turning movements.
St. Petersburg, March 24. All the women have been ordered to leave
Vladivostok. The advisability of providing munitions and supplies for a
two years seige is being discussed.
Constantinople, March 24. The German Embassador has notified tho
Porte to revoke its order for arms iu France.
St. Johns, N. S. March 24.-The Government has ordered the Collector
of Customs to refuse bait to American fisherman. Thl action is in re
taliation for the rebuke convoyed in the Bond-Hays treaty.
Manila, March 24. -The Penesjanes insurrection has been quelled.
Honolulu Mirch 24. Dr. H. C. Sloggett died of apoplexy to-day.
Dr. Shggett has held the office of medical superintendent of Oahu In
sane Asylum, and at one time was president of the Board of Health. Ho
founded the Honolulu Eye and Ear Infirmary.
Honolulu, March 24. The Board of Health has been brought beforo
the House on motion of Coelho to answer to conplaints grcwiug out of the
Settlemeut.trip. Achi in the Senate has called for President Pinkhams'
resignation. Action is being taken.
St. Petersburg, March 22.-Gen.
quarters at the Chen-Ghian-A'zu
Kuropatkin has been appointed commander of the first Manchurian army
Tokio, Marck 22,-The Chinese governor pf Linoyang has confessed, to
having 32 relatives who are Russian
Aden, March 22. -Thirty-two coal-laden steamers are here awaiting
the Russian fleet.
St. Petersburg, March 22,,-There is a recurrence of agrarian troubles.
At- Lodz the workmen are on a strike nnd one policeman has been shot. At
Mitau agitators stopped work on seventeen estates and troops were sent
to quell them. A bomb exploded at Warsaw in the midst ot a patrol of
police infantry, seriously wounding eight.
Auriens, March 22. Jules Verne is dying of diabetes.
San Francisco, Cal, March 22.-F. A. Maestretti, President of the' San
Francsco Board of Public Works, has been indicted for inducing witnesses
to testify falsely in the case of Wyman, the ballot box stufler.
Newcastle-on-Tyne, March 22,-The Japanese battleship Kashima was
successfully launched today.
London, England, March 22. -The ngrfoment. of Venezuela, British
and German bondholders adjusting the debt will be signed tomorrow.
New York, March 22. The Havemeyer sugar refinery in Brooklyn
has shut down, throwing 3000 men out of employment. The decreased
consumption of sugar owing lo the high price is the cause.
London, March 22,-The cabinet has decided not to commit the govern
ment on the fiscal question. This is regarded as a desertion of Chamber
lain. Viborg, Finland, March 21. Governor Miasodoafl has been shot by a
toy revolutionist. His condition is critical,
Tokio, March 21. The revised ligutes of the losses at tho battle of
Mukden place tho Japanese losses at 50,000 officers and men and the Rus
sians al 175,000 officers and men. The latter-estimate Includes prisouers
captured by the Japanese forces.
Gunshu Pass, Manchuria, March 21.-Tho Russians estlmato the Japa
nese losses in the battle of Mukden at 100,000 officers and men.
San Francisco, March 21. The remains of tho late Mrs. Jane L. Stan
ford arrived this morning from Houolulu on tho S. S. Alameda accom
panied by Dr. David Starr Jordon and Timothy Hopkins. The remains
wore Immediately upon their arrival transferred to a tralu and takun to
tho Stanford University at Palo Alto whore tho fimoral will be hold on
By having Us criminals work in the
stato oil refinery Kansas feels that
it will be in a better position to
comnlote with Standard Oil. The
Detroit Free Press.
For a Two Years Siege.
Russian Rear Guard.
Order For Arms.
Linevitch has established his head
crossing of the bungari river. Gen.
spies. Summary punishment is pro
If Russia had an army of soldiers ' mtmJL
wh were us accurate marksmen as JPfPSfiA
liorlSninh throwers thn war with juE&iinM
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The Detroit Free Press. jjHSH
of bis cot.mtuent.