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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, MAY 6, J 905
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Tost Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday,
maul Publishing Company, Limited.
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C. L. CLEMENT, ... Editor and manager
SATURDAY, MAY 6, 190.",
5 The Garden Island is to be congratulated on the improved
appearance of its print.
1J The P. C. Advertiser is out with a new headline, maintaining,
however, a miniature of the old Honolulu harbor, which it keeps
partly as a memento to its founder and first editor, and partly as
a trade mark.
S3 3 3
l$ Are there any laws in existence prohibiting1 the shooting of
pheasants and quail at this time of the year? If there is a ynme
law making the period between March and September a closed
season the News calls the attention of the sheriff's department
that pheasants are constantly being shot up the valley.
S3 O S
5 Report has it that it is the open boast of Japanese in Honolulu
that in ten years' time they will be making the laws for the govern
ing of Hawaii. Presumably this is to be accomplished through
their citizen countrymen who in the time specified will have
reached the legal age to become VOTERS.
5 With the local musical talent as displayed at the concert given
last evening under the auspices of the Knights of Pythias to draw
fiom, there is no reason why Maui should not be able to support a
Symphony Club which would redound with credit to its members
Aside from any benefits which would naturally accrue from an
association of this nature, the pleasure derived from monthly, or
even quarterly, meetings would go far towards happier and ciosor
It is said that the Democrats and Home Rulers
have fused on a county ticket on Maui, and that
the following slate has been practically Hgreed
upon : William White for sheriff, T. B. Lyons for
treasurer, D. H. Kahauleho for auditor, Charles
Wilcox for clerk, and for supervisor-at-large ex
Senator Kaiue. Tnomas Clark. A. Forsyth and
George Kauhi are candidates for deputy sheriffs
jobs, and ex-Judge Kalua for supervisor from the
This sounds as though General Sham-owski had a finger in
General Shamowski, of the Russian army says:-Japan will
yet be wrecked on the rock of her own hopes and ambition to be
come a world power. It may be one year, two years and yet even
ten years, but in that time the Empire of Japan will be shattered.
She will yet become involved in war with some other of the great
powers, possibly France, possibly Germany, possibly, who knows.
America. Her great ambition is co spread out, to conquer and ac
quire territory. This will prove to be her downfall. As for Rus
sia, she is but beginning the war with Japan," There is no ques
tion about the ambition of Japan to become known as a naval pow
er of the civilized world and possibly her desire to acquire terri
tory. So long as this desire is confined to Asia and she upholds
the "open door" for commerce policy there will never be a ruptui e
between Uncle Sam and Japan. General Shamowski says Russia
is but begining the war with Japan. From the condition of Rus
sia's Army and Navy, physically and numerically this kind of talk
bespeaks of going into the big end and coming out of the little
end of the horn. Show us, General, we come from Missouri.
15? Only two weeks more remain before the County Republican
Convention will meet in Wailuku to nominate and support the men
who are to lead the party to victory on June "0th, provided, how
ever, that the County Act is sustained by the Supreme Court of
the Territory. The offices to be filled and for which the electors
of Maui County are permitted to place in office are five superv isors,
sheriff, deputy sheriff, county clerk, auditor, county attorney and
The Republican party won out at the last electiou by placing
on the ticket those who were known to the voters; men who were
straightforward in telling the people what they would do if elected,
and as a consequence the ticket made a clean sweep, and the sena
tors and representatives have remained true to their compaign
promises and fulfilled every pledge made, and in doing so have
been forced to make certain pledges by enforcing bills over the
Governor's veto. The Republican party will again have an oppor
tunity to show the people of Maui what kind of stuff it is made of
by placing in nomination only men who from their integrity and
adaptability are the men for the office for which they ask the sup
port of the Republican County Convention. Nor is this all, for a
great deal more than the mere fact of having the endorsement for
office will depend upon the stand taken in canvassing the voters of
the county for support.
It is not the place of the News to say what shall be promised
or what shall net be promised ; it remains for the party leaders to
instruct the candidates. Let the promises or pledges be of such a
nature as will be broad enough to give good, sound, successful
county government without being too radical. Hawaiians, who in
the past have been at outs with the party, because it was the Re
publican party; the party which they had been made to believe was
not the party for them, have had demonstrated that the Republican
party was their party if they wished, to be known as an integral
part, and would do as much and more for them than any other
party or faction. Make good" by placing only such men as will
be a credit to the party and a power towards good government
for the large and small interests, and the News predicts a signal
victory for the Republican party the good government party.
JUNE TERM COURT.
The June term of the Second Cir
cuit Court will convene before his
Honor Judge Kepoikaion Wednesday
June 14. The following are the
Jurors who will serve at this term:
C. A. Buchanan, J. Nakaleka, Geo.
H. Cummings, J. W. Davidson, Jr.,
Manuel Faustino, E. Wiihelm, Ned.
Kruger, Jr.. J. E. Gannon. S. Hack
ing, James Kawelo, Cnas Kanaeholo,
Thos. Cummings. John Makahio,
Chas. Molteno, G. O. Cooper. Geo.
Coekett, W. A. Conway. J. K.
Smythe, Geo White, A. B. Nao:ie.
Manuel Duvro, W. K. Buchanan,
Lot C. Kealoha, J. J. Mattos, J. D.
Seahury, John Ferrelra, Patrick
Cochett, Forcian G. Duarte, A. G.
Dickens, Parker Cumming. J Gr
c , Jacintho Ambrose, E M. Keeney.
J K. Kahookele, V. F. Callow. Guv
S. Gonclni'ss, J. L. Corn well, D. L.
Mever, Antone Dutrc. W. F. Kaan,
Arcenio Sylvi. V. H Coin well,
Clement Crmvell, Alonz ,Iaskon.
The Petit Jurors will no1, be re
quited to be in aitendence the open
ing day. but are expected to rejiorl
promptly M nniay morning June 19,
Trying Smuggling Case
imsroT.rU". Slav 2. indue Dole
this morning began the trU! of Cyrus T.
Green of Maui, on charges of smuggling.
f.r..Hii was indicted with W. Trt-anor.
who pleaded guilty at the last term of
court. The property alleged to have
been smuggled arrived at Maui on the
Mathew Turner and consisted of son.e
c;ses 01 liquor. J.J. uunne is prosecut
ing the case and J. W. Cathcart defend
ing. Collector btackaWe was tlie first
witness called and is still under examina
tion. The jurors in the case are: J. P.
Kennedv, F. W. Makinnev, C. Neilson.
C. Hust'ace Jr., G. A. Martin, W. R.
Riltv, W. L. Harrty, W. . Hall, J .
Jones, A. Gilman, R'. W. Perkins, J. C.
Green Not Guilty.
HONOLULU, May 3. Judge Dole's
jurv ves'erUay found a verdict of not
guiltv in the case 01 Cyrils 1. ureen.
charged with smuggling. There is another
charge againt him of violating the inttr
nal revenue laws.
Whereas, Act 54 of the reg'ular
session of H05, of the legislature of
the Territory of Hawaii, has amend
ed Act 39, entitled "An Act Creat
ing Counties within the Territory of
Hawaii and Providing for The Gov
ernment Thereof," by striking out
the words "an Assessor and Tax
Collector" in section 12, Chapter 6 of
said Act 39, and by striking out the
words "and a Deputy Assessor and
Tax Collector" in Section 13, Chap
ter 6 of said Act:
Now, Therefore, in accordance
therewith, I George R. Carter, Gov
ernor of the Territory of Hawaii,
herebv give totice that all referen
ces made to the election of Assessors
und Tax Collectors, and Deputy As
sessors and Tax Collectors, in the
County Election Proclamation issued
by me on the 17th pay of April. A. D.
are hereby eliminated; and
that no Assessor and Tax Collector,
und 110 Deputy Assessor and Tax
Collector will, or can, be elected at
the First Election of Cojnty Officer
to be held on the twentieth dav of
June, A. D. Nineteen Hundred and
Five, nor will the names of any per
-on or persons be received or printed
upon the ballots as candidate or
candidates for such office or offices.
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF,
1 have hereunto set my hand
and caused the seal of the
Territory of Hawaii to be
DONE AT THE EXECUTIVE
BUILDING, in Honolulu,
this 3rd dav of May. A. D.
G. R. CARTER,
Py the Governor,
A. L. C-ATKINSON,
Secretary of Hawaii.
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C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
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Then it is that a good sized
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who had accumulated a fund
in this bank. If ycu havn't
started an account, nouvs
the time to do it. A ,
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ties about your premises are
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use of our safe deposit vaults.
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