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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, APRIL J, 1905.
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
WAILUKU : : : MAUI
W. P. CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
J. M. VLVAS
ATTORNEY AT LAW
offices: kepoikai ulock
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
C. H. DICKEY
Attorney and Counsellor at Law
37 S. King St. HONOLULU.
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pecially sol cited.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND NOTARY PUBLIC
LAHAINA, - - MAUI.
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REVISION OF ORGANIC
ACT BENEFITS PEOPLE
Permits of Elective Officials Including Supervisors
If Law is so Enacted. Fuller Power for
. Federal Judge, Attorney and Marshal.
DOINdS OF SENATE
Each Distiict Shall Elect One Supervisor.
Four and Outer Districts One Each.
Referred to Special Committee.
Amendment Of Organic Act.
Following is the text of the bill
passed by Congress amending the
Organic Act to provide for the elec
tion of County Boards of Super
visors, and also allowing appeals
to be taken from tin- Territorial
Supreme Court to the United States
Supreme Court in Washington.
The original bill wa3 the Kuhio
measure introduced to enable Coun
ty Board to be elected. When it
got to the Senate the rider regard
ing Supreme Court appeals was
tacked on with th 1 consent of Sena
tors Cullon and Foraker. This
Senate amendment was accepted
by the Hons. Conference Commit
tee and the bill pansod Congress:
An Act to amend factions fifty
four, eighty and eighty-six of "An
DELEGATE JOXAII KFfHO KALANIANOLE
Who has obtained liberal appropriations 't.r Hawaii from Uncle Sam; nn amend
nient to the Organic Act, and Federal assistance for the "Wards of .the Nation."
Act to provide a government for
the Territory of Hawaii," approved
April thirtieth, nineteen Hundred.
Bo it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Con
gress assembled, That section fifty
six of an Act to the Congress of the
United States of America entitled
"An Act to provide n. government
for the Territory of Hawaii," ap
proved April thirtieth, nineteen
hundred, be, and the same is here
by amended by the addition of the
following: "and all officials thereof
Shall be appointed or elected, as
the case may bo, in such manner
as shall bo provided by the gover
nor and legislature of the Terri
Sec. 2. Thai Section' 'eighty, of
the aforesaid Act ib'hurohy a;vitn 1-
WITH COUNTY BILL
ed by the addition of the following
"Provided, however, that nothing
in this section shall be construed
to contlict with the authority and
powers conferred by section fifty
six of this Act as herein amended."
Sec. 3. That section eighty-six
of the aforesaid act lie amended to
read as follows:
Sec. 86. That there shall be es
tar-limbed in said Territory a dis
trict court to consist of one Judge,
who shall taMdo therein and bo
called the district judge. The Pre
sident of the United States, by and
with the advice and consent of the
Senate' of the United States, shall
appoint a district judge, a district
attorney, ami a marsha1 of the
United States f u- the said district,
and said juJge, attorney, and mar
fchal shall hold office for six j ears
unless sooner removed by the Pre
sident. Said cour shall have, in"
addition to tho ordinary jurisdic
tion of district courts of tho United
States, jurisdiction ot all cases
cognizable in a circuit court of tho
United States, and shall proceed
therein in tho ?anu manner as u
circuit court; and said judge, dis
trict attorney, and marshal shall
and exercise in the Territory of
Hawaii all the powers conferred by
the laws of tho United States upon
the judges, district attorneys, and
marshals of district and circuit
courts )f tho IJnited States. Writs
of error and appeals from said dis
trict court shall be had and allow
ed to tho circuit court of appeals
in the ninth judicial court in ;ho
samo manner as writs of error and
appeals nro allowed from circuit
courts to cir;uit courts of appeals
as provided by law, and the laws
of the United States relating to
juries and jury trials shall be ap
plicable to said district court. The
laws of tho United States relating
to appeals, writs of error, removal
of causes, and other matters and
proceedings as between tho courts
of the United States and the courts
of tho several States shall govern
in such matters and proceedings
as between the courts of the United
States and the courts of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii:
rroviaea, mat writs ot error
and appeals may also be taken
from the Supremo Court of the
Territory of Hawaii to the Sup
remo Court of the United States in
all cases where the amount involv
ed, exclusive of costs, exceeds the
sum or value of five thousand
Sec. 4. That this Act shall take
effect and be in force from and
after its passage.
SENATE ON COUNTY BILL
Honolulu, March 28. In the
Senate this morning Dowsett pre
sented a report of the special com
mittee on the county bill. Many
amendements were submitted, the
reading of which were deferred
41 ii iiit ii t
uniu mo Din ;couia bo taken up
with the report. In conclusion the
"The reason for most, if not all,
of the changes suggested are self
evident and it is the opinion of
your committee that it is unneces
sary to fet them out in detail
r urinermore, your committee is
advised that the alterations do not
leave the bill open to any objection
from a legal standpoint."
After several bills, on committee
reports and otherwise, were ad
vanced a stage, the Senate took up
the committee's report. Only the
sections proposed by the committee
lo be amended were read.
One of the most important pro
posed was the following:
"Section 12A. Tho Board of
Supervisors of each county, with
the exception of the County of
Oahu. shall consist of one mombor
from each district.
"Every Supervisor shall be n
person residing in th" district or
districts for which he is a candi
date and shall bo elected by the
duly qualified electors of such dif
trict or districts."
A hi-had at first pro'oslcd that
th committee had no right to sub
mit arm-ndnientB, its powors being
limited to revision of sections re
ferred to it, so as to ensuro legality
where that was doubtful.
Tho point was ruled by President
Tsenbcrg not woll taken, the rul
ing being emphasized by a reading
of tho records.
Achi moved to strike out a pro
vision whereby the decision of a
Circuit Judge on the sufficiency of
an officer's bond, when tho matter
was appealed to him from tho
Board of Supervisors should ho
This was lost, hut Dickey tried
to reach tho samo end as Achi by
r .n n. i .
lucuanuicBS denied tnat it was
putting tho fato of an officer in one
man's hands. The supervisors first
passed on the matter.
The amendment was lost.
MUST BE VOTING.
Dickey moved to strike out a
committee provision that the coun
ty clork deolaro olected, without a
ballot, any candidate when tho
number of candidates nominated
does' not exceed tho number to bo
olected. 'He argued faUit "'was
contrary to the Organic1 ifiii. K
FOR LAX METHODS
Secretary Rodgers Adjudged Incapacitated by Age
Limit. No Reflection on Rose Davison's
Administration of Duties.
JAPANESE GOVERN AFFAIRS IN MANCHURIA
China After Re-Organization of Army and Navy to Defy
Russia. Quinn's Sunday Bill Passed Over Governor's
Veto. Attorney O'Grady Appointed Chief of Police.
(Special by Wiroless to the News.) ,
Sugar 90 test 4:80625 Beets 14s. 6d.
Honolulu, March 31.-The report of Commissioner Judd on tho Depart
ment of Public Instruction has been submitted to Governor Cartqr.
It reflects no serious reflection upon Miss Davison, but criticises Atkin
son's lax businesi methods, and says Dr. Rogers is too old.
Gunshu, March 31. The Japanese have assumed tho administration
of the government in Manchuria. The Japanese have three lines of rail-
road communication with Seoul. , ,
T 1 if 1. n 1 Hi.: - a .. 1 -
uihhiuii, luiircu Gi.-ijiiiiici (jrupuaea i uuiyuniiiuy nut aiuij iiuu ,ie"",
creating her Navy so as to be able to defy Russia within ten years.
San Francisco, March 41. -Alexander O. Grady, an attorney at law
has been appointed Chief ot Police of this city. ( .
Cincinnati, March 31. Morgan Smith and wife, tho latter being a
i i i tlt i-.aa i i i . i r. ! 1 , . 1 J '
sisier 10 nan jraiierson nave oeen arresieu. omun was ine lugauve
witness in the Patterson case.
Honolulu, March 31. -The Senato has passed the Quinn Sunday Law -over
the Governor's veto. .
The Senate vote was 11 to 3. Paris, Dickey and Wilcox voting to sus
tain voto. In the house the bill was received Wednesday and passed the
same day, 21 to 7. I
Cleveland, March 28. Mrs. Cassie Chadwick was today sentenced to
ten years' imprisonment.
Mrs. Chadwick was arrested and tried upon a charge of wrecking the
bank of which Beckwith was president by negotiating loans of vast sums
on fictitious securities. "
' St. Petersburg, March 28. United States Minister McConnick had
his farewell audience with the Czar yestorday.
St. Petersburg, March 28. Preparations are going forward actively
for th mobilization of five army corps. It is rumored that theM are to bo
changes in tho head of tho war offico bureaus. The present men aro to
give way to younger -uccessors. Tho internal situation is again causing
much disquiet to the government, tho revolutionary propaganda being
actively spread ovory whore.
Guiidsctin, March 23,-Tho Japanese) have apparsntly withdrawn
twenty live miles south from the Russian front.
f JeNingfors, Finland, March 23. -A public demonstration opposing tho
conscription has been held hero.
Moscow' March 2S. A meoting of tiio nobility hero Uis protested
aainst the granting of a constitution. Tho bar association, on tho other
l and, has advocated the calling of an assembly.
Hewitt seconded tho motion, as
he had opposed tho proposition in
committee. They had no right to
prevent a voter from voting for any
man who was nominated.
McCandless said tho section was
but tentatively inserted in the re
port. Attornoys had told them it
would not do any harm.
Dickey observed that when Con
gress passed the Organic Act it was
very much afraid that wo would
tako tho voting power from the
common pcoplo of tho Territory
and framed tho election provisions
to prevent such action.
Dowsett stated that they had
been advised by lawyora that the
provision would not affect tho con
stitutionality of tho bill. Ho ask
ed that the section be deferred un
til the afternoon.
Achi argued that tho provision
would make.it open for one candi
date to buy out others. That re
sult would como if tho section pass
ed. It was wrong.
Bishop pointed out that all the
members opposed to;the section,
with the exception of Djckey, view
ed it as absolutely objectionable in
itself. Then what was the use of
defering it to investigate itp
On a show of hands the section
On the completion of tho read
ing, Achi called up sections 13 and
30 for further consideration. He
hold that they would complicate
tho elections. As amended by tho
committeo section 13 reads:
"Within each and every district
of the counties of Oahu, Hawaii,
Maui and Kauai, there shall be
elected by the qualified electors
thereof a deputy sheriff and a
deputy assessor and tax collector."
And section 30, introduced by '
the coaimitteo, reads:
"Tho precincts and polling places
established by tho laws of the Ter-.
ritory for the election of Senators
and Representatives shall consti
tute the precincts and polling -
filnpna frr tlio Alnnlinr, if onnntw '
nflicnre " r
Paris supported Achi's qriticism.V
Where voters of dfferqht ' county
districts met in a common terri
torial polling place and mingled
their ballots there would be apt to
bo a row.
After some conversation tho two
sections were referred to the special
After Dickey's referendum pro
posal 'has beer squelched the
'mate at 12 m. adjourned for tho