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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, JUNE 17, J 905
THE MAUI NEWS
Entered at the Tost Office at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
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SATURDAY, - - ... JUNE 17, 1005
REGULAR REPUBLICAN NOMINEES
For Treasurer L. M. Bnldw In
" Auditor Chnrles L. Wilcox
Attorney Daniel H. Case
" Sheriff W. Ii. Saliery
" County Clerk W. F. Kane
Asia tor And now comes Japan with a Monroe doctrine
the Asiatics prohibiting the acquisition of further territory
in Asia by any European or Aniericnn power. Japan proposes to
hold the same relation as a power in the Orient that the united
States does in America. That she is fully capable of doing this is
proven by the manner in which she has conducted the present
war. France is expected to be the first to feel the effects of the
Your Next Tuesday is the day on which shall he decided by
Vote the vote of the people who will conduct the affairs of
Maui County. It is the auty of every voter to usurp his right of
franchise and vote, but it is not his duty to vote blindly; lose sight
of friends, relatives, and brothers even if necessary. Weigh the
candidates, and those that are found wanting in the necessary
qualifications to fit them to hold the office cast them one side. Vote
for men whom you know are responsible; men in whom you would
place implicit confidence and who you willingly trust wUh vour
business affairs. MEX HO ARE A SUCCESS IN THE EVERY
DAY BUSINESS WORLD, ARE THE MEN WHO SHOULD CON
DUCT THE AFFAIRS OF THE COUNTY. VOTE ACCORDINGLY.
Roads For It has been rumored that the appropriation for
Tourists the building of the road up Iao will again be held
up. First for political reasons, and second because it means the
expenditure of funds which would not benefit the public that it
was a road not in general use-in other words, it was not a county
road. That is true and it was never claimed that it would benefit
the business traveling public, but it will be of benefit to the plea
sure traveling public. Iao valley and canyons is one of the many
beauty spots of Maui, which the Government has never made any
effort to make attractive. People anxious to see the canyons and
table lands have to contend with hardships. California has made
herself famous as an agricultural and mineral state and her sea
side and mountain retreats a house-hold cord by inviting a visit
within her boundaries whicn became pleasurable memories innu
merably recalled for years afterwards.
The Motor Now that the motor car has come to Maui to
Car stay, the News believes it will not be prema
ture to take up. this question which has agitated communities
wherever the auto has made its appearance as a conveyance of
pleasure. As a conveyance for transporting cumbersome and ab
normally large loads the auto-dray is not a vehicle tint one need
worry about. It is only the pleasure auto in the hands of reckless
drivers who have no consideration for the welfare or rights of
others which has done so much to retard the progress of this
modern mode of rapid transportation. Not only are the accidents
caused by automobiles on the increase, but far many more can be
laid to the "wild desire" of the chauffur to " beat time" on high
ways utilized by horse and foot passengers, than to the railroad
companies who vie with each other by forcing the trains to cut
down distances by increase of speed. The auto clubs and other
organizations can do much every owner of a motor con do his
part--towards setting up and maintaining a code of rules embrac
ing good manners and decent behavior ou tbe road. It will take
considerable time for horses to become accustomed to the "antics"
of their successors, but in the meantime motorists can lend their
influence for the ultimate good by adopting a code of road and
stieat rules which will insure the driver of a spirited horse a
reasonable degree of safety and at the same time lessen the preju
dice existing against the automobile. The auto has come to stay
and eventually, when the novelty hus worn off, and the protective
patents which places the auto above the reach of the masses has
expired, this mode of conveyance will succeed that of animal
power and become as common as the horse drawn carriage of today
Repubalika Ka Heke Aole kanaka i hanauia mai e ka wahine e hi
O Ka Naauao jjj fee olelo ae aole pololei o na olelo i boikeia
e pill ana do ka hooponopono ana i ke Aupuni Kalana. lua aole ko
ho na poe kupoco i ke koho balota i na poe hoopono, Da poe makaukau, cu
poe hiliuaia e na baueko ams na poe koikoi o ka aina, he mea oiaio e huikau
ana na hooponopono aupuni o ke Kaiana, a e ili mai an? ia hana hilahila ma
luna o na poe e hilinai kuhihevra nei ka niauao ma ke ano hoaloha. Heokoa
ka hoaloha, a he okoa na hana hooponopono aupuni. Aole i oolea na wawae
o ke aupuni kalana oiai akahi no i hoomakaia. Ke ake mai nei ka Lapanui
ma kela aoao no na kulana i loaa ka maua me ka ike iho no aole i makau
kau, aole i loaa ka hilinai ia e na poe kuonoono; aka ke haaele nei lakou i ka
hilahila, a ke ubi mai nei i ko lakou mau maka me ka uhi eljele i nalo ko la
kou hawawu. He poe naauao na kanaka Hawaii. E like me ko oukou hoi
ke piha ana i ko oukou n&auao lua ole ma o ko oukou koho ana i ka paa ba
lota o na Kcpubalika ma ke Kau Koho o kela tnakahiki iho nei, pela oukou
e hoike mai ai i ke ao bolookoa i ko oukou kakoo naueole i ka aoao i hooko
pono i ka lakou mea i boohiki ai iraua o ka lebulehu, e hele lakou i ka Aha
olelo a haawi mai ia oukou i Kanawai Kalana, ka milimili a ka Lahui. Ua
hota mai ka Hiapo ka hiiato a oukou, a ua apoonia mai nei e ka Aba Kie
kie. No'.aila he hoike maopopo lea loa ia o ka naauao pal en a oleona mohoo
ka aoao Repubalika a oukou i hoohanohano aku nei i ka Aha Olelo. Ua ho
ao ka aoao Home Rula i Kanawai Kalana mamua a pahua ko lakou ike. O
na alakai ana a ka manawa.ua waihoia a na ka aoao tiepubalika e waiho
aku l Kanawai Ivalam linua o ka lehulehu. He oia:o aole no 1 laulaaa loa
ka maua; aka aole kanawai i hanaia ma ke ao nei i loaa ka mana piba i ki-
t'ohi. O ke Kumu Kanawai o Amerika Hui Puia i bakuia ma Piladelepia i
ka makahiki 1787 e na poe lae oo o ia aiua kaeaea ma ka uaauao, e George
YVasbiugton, Alexander Hamilton, a pela aku, aoie no i loaa ka mana piha
l kiLolu. Inu oukou e heluhem ia Kumu Kanawai e ike no oukou he umiku
mamalima (13) mau pakui hou. Aka oia Kumu Kaoawai ke kumu alakai
nana e hooponopouo nei kekahi aupuni holo mua loa a ke ao uei i iae ai, a
Eurupa bolookoa e weli mai uei, a ka Liona hoi e hoomilimali mai nei. lua
e oni na 80 miliona Amerika, naka hsalulu na kuli o ke ao holookoa. Oia
kumu kanawai kiai mau mai nei i ka pono ou e ke kanaka Hawaii. Aia be
antaue 20 o na moku kaua o ka papa ekahi o Amerika e hoea koke manka
wa pokolo no ka boopakele aua l ke kanaka lla.van e boaoia aua e hoopilv
kia e kekahi nana e ae. O ke Kanawai Kalana kekahi hapa o ke Kumu
Kauawui Kumu o Amerika, a nolaila he mea keia na ke Kanaka Hawaii, -
Wane, wahiue a keiki, e haaiieo iho ai, a i mea e mau ai ia haaheo mai koho
l ua poe bawawa, na maukauka boebewa; aka e kobo i poe lae oo, na pin
kuaolohe o ka Aoao Repubalika, na poe a oukou e hoohewahewa ole ai i ka
neauao, na poe hiki ke biUnaua e ua poe koikoi iloko o ka i ina. Eaukaiia
ka kakou, e kjho i ka Paa Balota Ho'oukoa o ka Aoao Repubalika.
IN THK DIRCUT C URT OE 1HE 8KCO.ND
t'IRCUIT, TKHR1T0RY OF HAWAII
JVNE TERM, 1905.
CHARGE TO THE GRAND JURY.
. Gentlemen of the Grand Jury:
You have been gammoned to ap
npnr before this Court to attend
as' Grand Jurors at its Juno 1905
Tprm. oneiiinir this day, and I
deem it the Court's duty to have
your attention directed to tne most
important duties which devolve
upon Grand Jurors:
Grand Jurors are probably the
most important bodies connected
with the disposal, especially, of
matters criminal, In carrying out
your duties as Grand Jurors, you
must always hear in mind that
you are to pass upon matters either
directly brought to your attention
hv this! Court, or by the Attorney
General's Department, and in so
dnimr. villi have iurisdiction of all
matters that niav he brought to
your knowledge in violation oi uie
iawsof the Territory of Hawaii.
Although you are an inquisitorial
hodv, the law demands that for a
Grand Jurv to indict any peison
brought htfore it charged with the
commission of any offence, such
charge must he substantiated to
your satisfaction by such evidence
that will be clear to your minds
that such person charged as afore
1 found cuiltv before a
Trial Jury, and in all such matters
and charges, it is your amy to in
vnstii'nte without fear of or favor
to, anvone. In no case can jou
compel the attendance of any
person charged with the omniis
sioh of any offence, but such .per
c,. oftpr hnvinar signified his
desire, do so, when you feel in such
cases you may avoid delay to part
ies interested, and unnecessary ex
pense to the government.
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earnest and mature consideration
is required, us the personal liberty
r.f in.iividiiiils. at least for a while,
depends on the result of your in
vestigation. lour attention is
also called to the very important
fact, that besides theduties already
enumerated bv this Court, it is
also expected of you that alleged
i.-vemit-ll-itips of Dllblic officers.
and" other matters of a public
nature, shall receive your careiui
nltfnfion. and to that end, will
call vour attention to the follow
ing departments: Sherift 8 ollice,
police, road-hoard, education, pub
lic lands and other government
Tim Court deems it its duty to
instruct vou. that in order to ob
tain good results from investiga
tions of Grand Juries, mat you
acquaint yourselves with the find
ings of any, oranu jury ji
All flip vee ords of this Court are
open to your investigation and in
The matter of the recent strikes
on our plantations is to be regret
ted, and I charge you to carefully
investigate into the same, the
causes which led to it and every
thing pertaining thereto.
You have the process of this
llinc the attendance
of witnesses living within this Ter
ritory in all matters brought before
..mi ov.rl fViia (lonrt. will. UDOll
your request, always be glad to
assist you in issuing sucn v rus us
niav be required in the premises.
Thorn must, he at least thirteeen
of your number present when dis-
posing oi any maiier uiuugu.
for your deliberation, so muici
ment shall be found nor any pre
sentment made without the con
currence, of at 1-iiist twelve of you.
..... i i.
You are especially instrucieci Dy
thia ( onrt. that in no case is a
Grand Juror to take part in thp
Hplibpmtion of anv matter in
which he is in any way interested
in the outcome. oi suca cienuera
The Court recommends that you
niav. consistently with the import
ance of matters brought before
you, carry out your worn ex
peditiously und as economically as
Absolute secrecy is required oi
you in every matter that may
transpire before your body, as the
publicity of the same may lead
interested parties in attempting to
influence Grand Jurors, and in
case of any such attempt, such
such fact should immediately be
reported to this court, ihe c-ouri
therefore warns and cautions you
not to in any way divulge matters
brought to your attention before
the same has been disposed of in
open court, a violation of this will
be visited by severe punishment at
the hands of this Court, which the
Court hopes there will he no oc
casion to do, at this present term.
Every witness and all interpreters
employed bv you should be sworn
and admonished to keep inviolate
what transpires within their hear
ing. The prosecuting officer at the
present Term of this Court, the re-
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF
THE SECOND CIRCUIT, TER
RITORY OP HAWAII.
At Chambers In Probate.
In the matter of the Estate of
Manoel Pereira Pico, late of Kaupa
kulua, Maui, deceased.
Order for Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will.
A document purporting to be the
Last Will and Testament of Manoel
Pereira Pico, deceased, having on
the 13th day of June, A. D. 1905,
been presented to said Probate
Court, and a Petition for the Pro
bate thereof, and for the Issuance of
Letters Testamentary to Joana P.
Pico, having been filed by Joana P.
It-is hereby ordered that Monday,
the 241.h dav of July, A. D. 1905, at
10 o'clock A M. of said day, at the
Court room of said Court, at Wailuku,
Island of Maui, Territory of Hawaii,
be aiid the same hereby is appointed
the time and place for proving said
Will and hearing said application.
It is further ordered, that notice
thereof be given, by publication, once
a week for three successive weeks, in
the" Maui News," a newspaper pub
lished in Wailuku, Island of Maui,
Territory of Hawaii, the last publica
tion to be not less than ten days pre
vious to the time therein appointed
Dated at Wailuku, this 13th day
of June, 1905.
Hy the Court :
(Seal) EDMUND H. HART,
June 17, 24, July 1, 8.
presentative of the Attorney Gen
eral's Department, will wait upon
you for the purpose of advising
you on the law in all iratters that
may come before you for delibera
tion. You may appoint one of your
number to act as clerk to record
and preserve the minutes of your
I now appoint George O. Cooper
You will now please proceed to
do your duty.
A. N. KEPOIKAI,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
Second Circuit; T. II.
Dated at Wailuku, Maui,
June 14th. 1905.
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