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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1905
M A TTT
J. M. VIVAS
attorney at law
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
MAY NOT WOK.
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
OfTicc, Kawaapae, Puunene and
Kahumji. Telephone 82
Hours. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
EDMUND H. HART
TJnTinv PlTtlTIO. CONVEYENOER AND
Aqent to Grant Marriage License
Oflice, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
The Supreme Court holds that Misdemeanor
prisoners can not be compelled to
work in public.
DEATH OF HENRY MEYER
For Nincycars employed by Kahului Railroad
Company Practially dies at
' his post.
DEATH OF HENRY D. MEYERS.
Henry D. Meyer died at the
Malulani Hospital on tho 25th of
November of a relapse of Pnmv
monia and plurisy after an illness
of over three months.
He was born on Hawaii June
20th 1880 and moved with his
parents to Maui when quite young.
At an early ago ho entered the
on this emnlov of tho Kahului Railroad
J. AO V 'UWI"V I "
i Co. and worked steadily lor
pftmo nnd company for nine years four
MRS. A. POOLE
High Street Opp. Wailuku Scboo
island who do not
carry shoes in stock
take a look at them and you will
bo surprised to find wo have the
most perfect assortment on Maui,
at New York prices. We especial
ly recommend our school shoes for
girls and boys. They are sensible
and durable. All styles of Ladies
and Gentlemen's Shoes and Slipp-
Rubbers. Bike and Tennis
Shoes, Tanned Barefoot Sandals.
ths and twelve days when he be
nninn ill with Pneumonia that con-
i . ...
fined him to his room for over three Ullu I"11,
that it is infamous punishment to
take one sentenced for tho commi
ssion of an misdemeanor, Imprison
ed in Honolulu jail, through the
public streets in a uniform , tho
uniform used in that jail and
compel him to work on the public
parks of the city in the public view,
but the courtis of the opinion that
that does not necessarily entitle
the prisoner to his discharge. It
appears that the prisoner is im
prisoned lawfully under a lawful
sentence, and the High Sheriff,
tho respondent, is entitled to retain
him under that sontence in llono'
The fact that tho jailor,
i..i i i:i...i
months lUBJJUUUUIlli, hub uuiiuiuu IUH
Desiring to return to this post uhmentorawrong upon the prison
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MAUI DRUG STORE
V. A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Tnnnrnnr.itpd Under the Laws of
tho Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. O. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustaco Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tennoy, J. A. McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savincs Business.
Watch this space
ho ventured out too soon and tak
ing a relapse lived but a short
He was an ambitious young man
and lost no opportunity to avail
himself of every means of advan
cing himself in his profession.
While working in tho machine
shop ho studied at nights and
graduated from the Amherst corres
pondonco school of Chicago.
As he was a steady young man
of ability with tho one ambition to
make a thorough machinestof him
self there was every reason to be
lieve that he would climb to the
ton of his chosen work. That ho
practically died athispost is shown
bv tho fact that during the last
days of his illness while in a deli
rlous state ho constantly talked of
now under construction in Nuuanu
valley, about Luakaha, a large
reservoir, to be used when com
pleted for the storage of surfaco
water which is designed to be the
main water supply of the city of
Honolulu; and, Whereas, It has
been demonstrated in many citios
at great cost in human lives that
tho only safety from typhoid fovor,
dysentery and cholera and other
water-borne doseascs to communi
ties depending upon a surfaco
water supply lies in the filtration
of tho water used for domostic pur
poses; thorofore be it.
''Resolved, That the Hawaiian
Territorial Medical Socioty call to
the attention of the govorment the
necessity of immediate action in
tho matter of establishing a filtra
tion plant for the Nuuanu water
supply; and be it.
Resolved, That a committee of
three bo appointed to act for this
society and authorized to confer
with tho Governor of the Territory
and tho President of the Board of
Health in carrying out the purposes
of these resolutions."
During the afternoon Surgeon
Vaklimir of tho llussian cruiser
Lena paid a visit to tho meeting
and was heartily recoivcd. Ho
appeared' in full uniform and made
a graceful little speech in which
he said that there were no nationali
ties in the medical profession, all
were an international red cross
Tho following papers were read:
Acquired Race Immunity." Dr.
Carl Ramus, U. S. Marine Hospi
tal Servico; Purulent Inllamation
of the middlo Ear and Mastoid
Cells," Dr. W. G. Rcdgcrs, Hono-
ALL POST OFFICES
Workmens council of St. Petersburg decides to
' close Post offices-Government ignorant
of conditions in interior
LIEUTENANT SCHMIDT CAPTURED.
Lieutenant Schmidt the leader of the rebels at Scbastopol
capturcd-Sultan obdurate. Pennsylvania Defeats Cornell
6 to 5 Chicago defeats Michigan 2 toJO.
er which he was not by law authoriz
ed to inflict would net entitle the
prisoner to his discharge particular
ly when, as in the present case, it lulu; "Injuries of Bones.
appears that on unlawful punish
ment.or that wrong, was imposed
upon him at a time prior to the
bringing of this petition some days
prior I believe.
"Accordingly, the order of the
court is that the prisoner bo and
he is remanded to tho custody of
the High Sheriff."
Hartwell: "As to what consti
tutes infamous punishmont there
are so many different things, not
merely hard labor as the Attorney
General has said. Being found in
company with felons is por so an
infamy. Hard labor is not per
sco lntamous. un tlie contrary H
i , i i it.
Mb u-nrV nnd snvo orders about 13 U,B"
, wrV h,, thnnrrht. bo was dnW. " 6t mmy people, including
" O - O- T, . 1-
HMm ronrinina. were taken char-rc niysoii. it is uiu absoeiauon
tne tiling, tno compulsory nam
labor in the public eye. I would
not say that compulsory hard la
bor away from the public gaze was
infamous by any means, but bring
ing anybody before tho public dress
ed in the garb that showsjust what
he is that he is a jail bird and
no matter whethor his hair is
cropped or not, so that evorybody
understands what he is, and then
putting him at tho hard labor, is
what I think is calculated to bring
contempt upon anybody."
of b the societies to which ho be
longed and were burned on Sun
dav mornine. lho fun' ral was
very largely attended.
MISDEMEANOR. PRISONERS MAY
NOT WORK IN PUBLIC
For Money Orders.
8:30 A. M. to 5 P.
830 to 1 P. M. and 7:00 to 8" P.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF
WAILUKU, MAUI, T. H.
On the 22nd inst. the Territo
rial Supremo Court rendered a de
cision that will materially affect
the building of public works by
priioners coniined m tne jails ior
periods of timo less than ono year
Wong Lung oi Honolulu was
recently sentenced by Judge whit
ney to six months imprisonment
on a charge of receiving stolon
toods to tho value of $30.00. This
then constitues a misdemeanor
and not a folony and can not bo
punished by hard labor in public,
but merely confinement in jail.
The decision of the court render
ed by Frear and Hartwoll, decides
the very important point that tho
country prisoners, which aro thoso
incarcerated for misdemeanors,
can not bo mado to work on tho
public roads, at least not in tho
public viow as at prosont. Tho
decisions wero rendered orally and
wero in full as follows:
The October Paradise of the Pa
cific contains the following which
is well worthy of thouglitfull con
sideration bv evorv citizen of tho
As the leaves begin to fall back
.i r- n ii i . ti i
in tno iJino ireo .state tne rort-
land Board of Trade Journal is
constrained to m'ako these remarks,
which are worthy of the attention
of the tourist seekers of Hawaii:
"Without doubt the tourist sea
son just closing was tho most sue
cessful in tho history ol summer
travol in tho stato of Maine. The
climatic conditions wore as near
perfect as it would bo possible had
they been made to order, and ac
cording to estimates now being
made, tho stato is something over
$20,000,000 to tho good as a result
thereof. And from no othor source
of revenuo in tho stato is tho
money so gonorally distributed as
in tho case of tno traveling
tourist, almost overy branch of
industry having derived a substan
tial benefit from this enormous
sum of money which has found its
way into the coffers of our city
merchants, tho country store-keep
ers. hotels and boarding houses
aliko, while this influx has croated
an increased demand lor tho man
ufacturor, the farmor and tho la
borer, so that it wculdbo woll nigl
Tho annual convention of the impossible to name a brancli ol
Hawaiian Territorial Medical Asso- iiio umi huh uot u w uiiecuy ui
ciation was concluded in Honolulu I -. J!of iiaiM
on tho 20th inst. At tho cIoeq of Up,.!.:.. tno8e thines in conaidera
the meeting a banquet was had at Hon wo should all deem it a iwr
l,n Vmmrr TTntnl. soiial uutv to stand ready at all
. 0 .
Dnrint? tho afternoon session the 1,11168 10 11 Bl linv " couriwy
Sugars, 0G deg. test 3.5G24. Beet 8s. 3d.
to close the general Post Offices.
It is estimated that 100,000 workmen will bo thrown out of
mi . i rji 'i ; 1 1. - i : rni .
i ne government is ignorant oi uie suuauuu in wiu imunui. aiio.
Gabinot today decided to declare martial law.
; ri i i t i . l n .1 ;.n K '
command of the rebel forces has been wounded and captured.
viinn i i n i ui'j i ji'iv i - in m in: it t rii umi Lim liiilhiis
ill not act until further demonstraiion has been shown.
uuiuuvuu vuiiiuii ill iwij van uy n ai;uiu ui ti iu a, vjiiiv;auu dwii iiuui
a : i . ; ii j ii i .1 ... 1 1. ... l - n 1 1..
h as I ( ) i'( 1 1 j invr v.s " in inn Mnonrfl tin vn Rnrrnnndnri tno
military barracks and shut off the water suppl'.
They plan to starve the barrack garrison into submission.
rin. a " e 1 1 l ill l.;.. l . l lln. nin
Sea Ueet, wlfoae crews recently mutinied, have gone ashore.
Admiral Chauknin, it is said, will commence attack upon
iiiiiiiiii'i'iiiiiiiii ri viii in in ni Liiiiiii. j '
ww. i " - . 1
sinrn iiijit. inn miiTiiinnrH n:ivi! viii nvi r ji w imiii u:llliliiuii ui ruhui vihlh
and that the local authorities are entirely helpless.
i:i.m.v ,iiA I ii7 i, irH tiiiNHii i i ii invi:u mlilimii vrKiiuiinv
timt nun noHiroa tn mn .'( n r. (nn nrnnsr, nr nnr nninnrniiH crooiccu iinnn-
Other than herself are said to be implicated.
HAWAIIAN MEDICAL MEN MBET,
yice-prosidoiH, . ut.
fagb soolatarV,Dr. "A
suob ub enlightening the strangor
on thinus he may want to know
iLlakee but a moment of our time
but means much to a visitor, and
inasmuch as a place is judged best
bj' the people thore met, these little
marks of respect moan much more
for us all than a passing though
would suggest. Let the stato ac
following ofiicors were elected for
tho ensuing year. '
President, Di J. 17 W nyson;
dent, . Dr. EiW-ard Anui
oxeoutivo committeo, JL)rs. George
Ilorbert and V. IJ. T.ylor
Tha most imporfjait matter dur- quire a reputation for genuine hos
intr tl, nftnrnnnn fvna tlm Hilnntinn mtalitv and it will mean far more
f fiinM,in Lc,o; ani,. than good hotels and attractiv
Ui VliO 1U11UIMIIB mUUWWH, BXAK, - . , .
Frear: "Tho court is of the opin- mitted by Dr. Waod, chairman of th(ge who come Beeing re8t
mon tliat tno treatmont oi uie tne specuu commuiee on uie nuu- anU recreation , in a resort whose
nrisoncr bv tho Hich Sheriff was ami wator 8uppv: v i)eople hold out an ever welcome
"of an iniamous nature, that is,1 ."Whoroas, The gbyer.mnent has band of greeting.
WARDEN. Nov. 28. Tho Governor of Vermont hat
ii no i ii iifi t ii
intorfcro with the execution of Mabel Rogers.
i rnv v.s I .nni nosniinrrv nv.i.innrn inniior. nns rn-
ni mind in nronnqit inn nt ii neinc an UlRIi 11O1110 nil 10 DiatlK in 1110
liberal platform and there is a possibility of a split in the party.
X" TTl Mr X " f 111' AT tlO A .1 I 1 1. inn.m.l n tl.n nt- n 4 n nn
in ii i vi i i. ii v. -.1 r 1 1 i:i iiiii in in uluu inniiLU ui liiu duuluiiivjii v
r-wrr . sn m 1 II T f f ll 1.1" P
VjII 1LAUU. nUV. O. - 1U .11 DI1U11 lilllli UlllUli D'H ui VIV iivwu jm.
the woll-known mercantile house 0 Marshall Field & Co. is dead.
tlantic yacht race to bo held in nineteen hundred and seven.
Afrri1I?r TMD V CIO MM. n. inn nm n iiifA 1 1 11 K 1 Ail
.1 1 1 1 n. 1 r, 11 1 1 v . -. ri . 1 i in: it 1 111:11 1 ii;u l iiiin lanuuu uvu iiuuui uu
sailors hers and soized the local Turkish customs house.
,i ( ifit ;t 1 v inv. zrt. 1 nil A.UIHLVU5 iiilvu uiitaL'u ruauiuLiuiia uuii
(Intmiini the Jewish massacres.
I in K n I i l I A "'ft- lllllvtlll 111. I11LH LUlvfMl LIIU UILLIIXUH
King of Norway.
v H . Y V I I Ii IV lv lV -r I riiuil 1 111! I illl'l il 11 V III IIIII 11 1 1 I 1 II lillll
Insurance Company, and his rolatives resigned thoir offices. .
-V ri , T XT Cl fill. .. XT., l! 1 Ti-..T- . .1 Til
I)Ulun. nuVi -Ii"-niu nuituiiui viiivii ivitii A'iiii nao oudwuiiului
VIENNA, Nov. 27. It.is reported that Turkey has ycildcd
v . i i t if -irnM "T- rm T rM rni T l "j i l . J
w i w iii rvi i i irv' ii i ; i v nu " I'rnowinnr una rumni'nii
II IlLlll lil Vl XWA.1. . W. . 1 W 1 . Ml. 1I1VJ - i VdlVIVUk ilUi; VilIU 1 VVA
nMiivnn i i ii'uii iiiv i i nit it i i (hi i riff ' 1 1 1 mi 1 1. ii:ih i im iirnpiif.iii
tlM' J li' I I IHIIImI Vaii J1 A hn.irl nf kaiim inn nrnnn Urn . il
iniuivu tjovuiiii ouiuuii unco vi iiuiui lutui iuiuucoy iiiu uosaui
hue no political signifloanco.
DUkJ J VJ11. 11UV. I. IlllliVIL V L'UlliaiUll UlinUtJUUllL-U Ull LIIU'UIIH
niil M aiiMi tiiin i .mnnln H urhtnnn nnvonno w n Irilliifl n ml
barned anil twenty-live injurod.
i i' n. riiiinii rv i t iiiv ' iiii 111111111 it fir nnnnarnnni , tn
the army. We wme liascaiiod an oxtraordmary session of tno Uabniot
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