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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, APRIL 1 5, 1905.
What is Best for Maui
Is Best for the News
DANIEL H. CASE
Attorney at Law
WAlLuKU : : : MAUI
W. Ff CROCKETT
ATTORNEY AT LAW
J. Ml VIVAS
ATTOHNEY AT LAW
OFFICES: KEPOIKAI DLOCII
WAILUKU. : : : : HAUL
C. II. DICKEY
Attorney and Counoellok at Law
, 37 6. King St. HONOLULU.
Business from Maul people es
DR. JOHN WEDDICK,
9 to 10 A. M.. 2 to 4 P. Mi,
7 to 8 r. m. Hospital 10 a. m.
GEO. B AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, SUNNYSIDE AND PUUNENE
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
EDMUND H. HART
Notary Public, Conveyenoer and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
Office, Circuit Corut, 2nd Circuit
MOSES K. NAKUINA
For the Island of Molokai
H. R. HITCHCOCK
give us your order Jor
Star Kerosene Oil, S2.G5 per case,
$1.35 per tin. Turpentine, Benzine,
Wood Alcohol, Spirits of Camphor
andNitreo Moth Balls, 25 tor 5 cents;
Pearline, Borax, Potash, Saltpetre,
Alum in powder and Lump, Sulphur.
Ivory Soap, 3 cakes for 25 cents;
Carriage Sponges, Bath Sponges,
Baby Sponges, Chamoiskins, Dus
ters. White Castile Soap, 3 cakes for
25 cents, Gum Camphor, Chloride of
Limo, Creolin, Peroxide rf Hydro
gen, Ammonia. Turkish Bath Soap,
3 cakes for 25 cents; Sulp' ur Soap,
CarbolcSoap, Tar Soap, Corrosive
SubfimateSoap, Oriental Rose Soap,
' cakes for 25 cents; Violet Soap,
'cYshmori $ Boquet Soap, Oatmeal
Glycerine Soap. Grape Nuts. Break
fasvFpod, $2.40 por dozen; Horlichs
Malted Milk, JUellins intents Food,
Pure Hawaiian Taroena and all
kin'ls of Patent Medicines and Drugs.
Sapolio 10 cents.
MAUi DRUG STORE
Hollister Drug Co
HONOLULU, H. T
This name on a Package
of Drugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
Ail Confirmed Except Three Members Board Of
Education, Yetinary Examiners And One
Inspector Of Animals.
TRIED TO MURDER
Kuhio's Side Of Election Contest To Be Heard. Bills Sign
ed By Carter. Washington Comments Of Election
Contests. Coffee Making Its Way.
The Governor's Nomlnntlons,
Honolulu April 8. The vaca
tion appointments by Governor
Carter were all confirmed this
morning by the Senate, excepting
the three members of the Board of
Education and a few other unim
portant ones held up for various
reasons, including the new veteri
nary commissioners and inspector.
The three commissioners whose
appointments are not confirmed
are Mrs. Hall, Dr. J. S. B. Pratt
and C. L. Hopkins. The appoint
ments which were not confirmed
are those of Dr. Itowatt and Dr.
Katsunima, W. F. Dillingham of
the board of veterinary examiners
and H. B. Weller, inspector of ani
mals imported, and some of the
members of boards of registration,
who- have moved or died, since
their appointment. The reason for
the non-confirmation of the veter
inary inspectors is understood to
be that the law under which they
are to act may be changed.
The following are the recess ap
pointments by the Governor :
Deputy Auditor, Henry Clay
Meyers, Honolulu, June 14, 1904,
Commissioners of Public Instruc
tion : Charles Louis Hopkins, Eli
zabeth van Clevc Hall, J. S. B.
Prison Inspectors : E. II. Wode
house, John S. Walker, Frederick
Registrar of Conveyances : C.
Board of Dental Examiners : C.
D. High, D. D. S., Honolulu, three
Judge of Court of Land Registra
tion: Philip L. Weaver, four years,
Honolulu Park Commissioners :
Emanuel S. Cunha, Archibald S.
High Sheriff: William Henry,
Board of Agriculture and Fores
try : Lorrin A. Thurston, 5 years.
Boards of Inspectors of Animals:
W. F. Dillingham, A. R. Rowatt,
D. V. S. Tomizo Katsuma.
Port of Kahului: II. B. Weller.
Board of Health: Charles B.
Cooper, M. D., Honolulu, 2 years.
Abraham Fernandez, 2 years.
Tax Appeal Courts: First Judicial
Circuit, Theo. F. Lansing, J. R.
Gait, J. F. Brown.
Second Judicial Circuit: George
Weight, A. C. Dickens, W. L. De
coto. Third Judicial Circuit: Georgo
P. Tulloch, Kohaln, Chas. G. Mac
Fourth Judicial Circuit: "E. W.
Barnard, Laupahoehoo, I. S. Ray,
Hilo; L. Severance, Ililo.
Fifth Judicial ' Circuit: W- G.
Smith, Lihue;II. K. Kaliole, Lihue.
Boards of Registration. Island
of Oahu: John D. Holt, Jr. Hono
lulu, four years. Abraham St. C.
Piianaia, Honolulu, four years.
Islands of Maui, Molpkai, Lanai
FOR TWO YEARS
and Kahoolawe: S. Kapu, Lahainn
four years; W. F. Crockett, Wai
luku, four years; George Weight,
Wailuku, four years.
Island of Hawaii: Puna, Hilo
and Hamakua: S. L. Desha, Hilo,
four years; J. A. Pritchard, llama
kua, four years; Eugene II. Lyman,
Hilo, four years.
Island of Hawaii. Kau, Kona
and Kohala: Robert K. Naipo, Ko
hala, four years.
Islands of Kaui and Niihau: W.
G. Smith, Lihue, four years.
The confirmations were imme
diately acted on in open session
when the Senate met at two this
afternoon. Senator W. C. Achi
presented a resolution setting forth
the confirmations of all the ap
pointees except those mentioned,
in accordance with the action taken
in executivo session this morning
COUNTY BILL PASSES I
Honolulu, April 14: The County Bill has
t passed both Houses over the Governor's $
Bills Signed by Governor.
April 8, 1905.
D. P. R. Isenberg, President
of the Senate, Territory of
This is to inform your honor
able body that the Governor has
this day signed tho following bills:
Senate Bill No. 9 (Act 28) Re
gulating the Trial and Probation
of Juvenile Delinquents.
Senate Bill No. 20 (Act 29) To
Amend Section 3029 of tho Revised
Laws of Hawaii.
Senato Bill No. 37 (Act 30) Pro
viding' a Penalty for tho Wrongful
Taking, Detention, Alteration,
Erasure or Mutilation of any Pub
Senate Bill No. 70 (Act 31) Re
quiring Second Hand Dealers to
Senato Bill No. 77 (Act 32) Re
gulating the Payment of License
House Bill No. 132 (Act 33) Re
lating to Fines and Costs in Crim
inal Cases, Amending Sections 2887
and 2888 of the Revised Laws.
A. L. O. ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii
Kuhio's Side Of Election Contest
To Be Heard.
Honolulu April 10. United
States Judge S. B. Dole will one
day this wees, the oxact date has
not yet been set, begin tho hearing
of evidonco on Delegate Kuhio Ka
lanianaole's side of the election
contest case in which defeated can
didate for delegate, C. P. Iaukea,
has recontlv completed tho produc
tion of testlncny. It will bo re
mombered that the delegate, when
the hearing was on, cabled A. G.
M. Robertson to reprosent him in
the matter and Attorney Robertson
associated T. McCantsStowartwith
himself in Kuhio's interests. They
have asked Judgo Dole to set a day
for hearing. Thoy have forty days
from March 8 in which to give thoir
side of tho controversy.
Semite Works on Liquor Law.
Honolulu Apr. 11. House Bill
1G8, the administration's liquor
bill, came up for second reading at
the Senate session this afternoon.
The section allowing manufact
urers of liquor other than wine li
censes for ten years caused much
discussion. Achi wanted to extend
the time to 15 years, but this was
opposed by Paris, who said he did
not think the Territory should bo
tied up for so long a period. Achi
said that the new industry should
bo encouraged. No man would
make a big outlay, when his license
would only run for ten years.
Woods said it would take three
years to get any benefit from the
cultivation of the ti root.
Achi's amendment, making it
fifteen years, passed.
Dickey wanted the license to be
taxed $5.00 per annum for the first
5 years and $100 por annum for
the remainder of the period. Lost.
The item passed aB in the bill,
$5.00 a year.
McCandless moved to have the
wine manufacturers' license extend
for a period of 15 years also. Lost.
The item passed as in the bill,
namely, for one year only.
Hewitt offered an amendment
preventing the consumption of li
quor on the premises where it was
Achi wanted tho wholesale liquor
dealers' license reduced from $500
to $250 annually. Bishop and
Dickey opposed this. Vote on this
motion etood at 8 to 6 and it car
ried. Dickey made a fervid Bpeech
against saloons. He moved to
change the saloon license to $1000
from $500. The motion was lost.
Lane moved to refer the bill to a
special committee. Paris spoke
against this. Achi said that after
two days tho Governor could do as
he pleased with the bills. Lane's
motion was lost.
Achi wanted thesheriff to issue
the licenses instead of the Treasurer
and moved to amend the bill to
that effect. Lost.
The section rolating to stamps
for original containers was on
motion by Woods changed so that
tho prico of the stamp was changed
from 1 cent each to $2 for each
Tried To Murder For Two Yeura.
Honolulu April 11. Tho trial of
tho Baldwin poisoning cafe on
Kauai brought out evidence that
the attempts to poison members of
the Baldwin family were mado as
long as two years ago, by tho same
Japanese who was finally convict
ed. Tho Jap is Nonii Nizo and ho
was given five years hard labor for
attempt to murder. It was shown
that Baldwin and his wife and
cmiuren began to suiter pecu
liar sickness in January, 1903,
shortly after thoy first employed
Nizo. Jn September thoy becamo
suspicious of him and discharged
him, and recovored health. In
October last year they took him
back, thinking thoy had done him
an injustice and raising his wages.
At onco the sickness returned and
last January Nizo was caught and
confessed. He had put hydroch
lonite of morphine in tho family
filter, and slow poisoning was tak
BATTLE IS PENDING
Admiral Togo Divides His Fleet And Waits For
The Russian Squadron. Report Loss
Of Four Of Togo's Yessels,
VENEZUELA SENDS A DEFI TO THE U. S.
President Castro Of Venezuela Will Not Give Ground.
Probable Result Of His Crazy Rulings. Fatalities In
India Reach Thirtccn-thousand.
(Special by Wireless to the News.)
Sugar 9G test 4:95 Beet 1-R
Tangiers, April 14. -The Stilton o' Mororcco has rejected all French
Honr lulu, April 13.-The House overkles the Governor's veto of tho
County bill by a vote of 27 to 3. Tho Senate is 'doubtful and votes to delay
Ection until tomorrow.
Paris, April 13.-Tho Russian army has been reinforced and, is ready
to renew the battle.
Manila, April 14. -Admiral Train has been advised from Saigon
Chochin China, of tho arrival there of the Russian Hospital Ship Oral,
with many wounded.
Tokyo April 13. No news of any bat tle. Admiral Togo has divided Lis
fleet into three squadron, the flying, Mie main and the reserve.
Lahore, British India, April 11. -The official estimates of the fatalitios
in the recent earthquake is 13,000.
Caracas, April 12. The Secrete ry of Foreign Affairs declared last
night that President Castro had refused to withdraw tho asphalt cases
from the courts or to resubmit the Orinoco steamsnlp cas to arbitration
and that he would hold his ground even if the North American army came.
Washington, April 12. President Castro's replv to tho demands of
the United States hns been received but it is not mado public. It is re
ported from Caracas that the reply is undiplomatic and almost threatening.
Willemstad, April 12. President Castro has reduced the intorest on
the Venezuelan debt held by French citizens, thus aggravating the present
strained relations with France.
Amsterdam, April 13. A telegraph from Batavia, Java, reports that
a fight between the Japanese and Rjssian fleets is in progress off the An-
ambas Islands, East of the Malay Peninsula.
The Anambas Islands are in tho
of Singapore. A Dutch squadron was
London, April 12. Russia has
port of that empire as a base for her
Tokio, April 12 It is estimated
will exceed one million men.
Gunshu Pass, April 12. The ground is thawing and a fierce gale is
drying up the moisture. Gen. Nogi
munication with Vladivostok. It is
tho south has been halted.
Jibutil, April 12. Admiral NebogotofI is cruising near Socotora
awaiting reenforcemetits. .
St. Petersburg, April 11. It is
Admiral Rojestvensky is attempting to unite the various parts of his
fleet before giving battle to the Japanese.
The Hague, April 11. The Dutch
ceed to tho Anambas Islunds to preser ve the neutrality of Tho Netherlands
in the impending naval conflict between Japan and Russia.
Tokio, April 11. K harbor at
foreiun shins. Admiral Togo may
proaching conflict with tho Russian
Speclnl Term of Court Closed.
With tho exception of a few
chamber cases to be heard next
month tho March term of Court of
the Second Circuit Court is closed.
Wednesday winding up all the
cases to be jury tried.
The retrial of John Richardson
was the first case to bo tried by the
special venires. Tho ovidenco in
troduced by both the territory and
the attorneys for the defendent was
to all intents and purposes to samo
as at tho first trial. Tho jury
brought in a verdict of guilty as
charged, recommending the mercy
of the Court. Judge Lindsay
sentenced him to three years at
hard labor. The attorneys, hnvo
30 days in which to perfect an
appeal, will carry the case to tho
Supremo Court on exceptions to
pleas, and the introduction of
T. Awana, who was indicted by
the Grand Jury for selling liquor
without a liconso and when tried
resulted in a hung jury was retried
Tho case of the Territory of Ha
waii vs W.. G. Scott resulted in a
fiasco of tho worst kind, but at the
saiiio timo showed that some one
had an ulterior motive in view.
TIiq ovidonco of Food Commis
sioner Duncan snowed that upon
examination by analysis tho liquor
China sea, about 150 miles northeast
ordered there yesterday to preserve
requested China to permit her to use a
warships and and been refused.
that Japan's field force next autumn
is moving with the aim of cutting com
believed tho Japanese advance from
believed hero in official circles that
squadron has been ordered to pro
Keling, Lslan.' of Formosa, is closed to
make that harbor his base m his ap
had 8,710 per cent solid matter
namely cane sugar, which is not
considered an adulteration detri
mental to health as it is" used in
mixed drinks very extensively.
The evidence of Mr. and Mrs.
Pieper was very conflicting, while
the evidence W. G. Scott and his
witness was that tho bottle was
handed to tho customer properly
corked, and sealed with a capsulo
as is usual. Mr. Scott was ordered
Tho case against Doputy Sheriff
Morton and Hans Amundsen vs
Manuol Arruda, Trespass was also
something of a Donneybrook Fair.
Amundsen was discharged as de
fendent, while tho evidence showed
that Shoriff Morton was clothed
with tho proper authority but as
he was not asked to produco il, did
not do so. Tho caso was not al
lowed to go to the jury, the judgo
throwing it out. Vivas for plain
tiff, Peters and Cokofordofendonte.
Tho civil case of S. Ah Mi vs A.
V. Marcial, C. W. Ashford for
plaintiff and Caso and Vivas for
defendent, came up on motion for
a new trial, but Judge Lindsay da
llied a rehearing of the case.
Tho cases of L. G. Aioua vs J.
M. Kalao, assumpitt, and tho throb
tax cases of S. Ah Mi, Mrs. Ah Mi,
and S. Ah Mi, administiator of
estate of Ah Chew, will bo hoard at
chanbors by Judgo Konoikfti May
am u respectfully