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ftlLUKU, MA?JfH( T., SATURDAY, FEBRUARY i7. J906
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iN'EY AT LAW
.mi ket" Street
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1VEDD1CK and D1NEGAR.
( Walluku Ollicc 9:30
A. M. Walluku
(Hospital 0 A. M.
EDMUND H. HART
Notahy Public, Conveyenoek and
Agent to Grant Marriage License
f "Office, Circuit Court, 2nd 'Circuit
Notary Pun mo.
It is all rich t to let your little
&&;eirls and bcvs run about barefoot
ed once in a while, but not all the
. E " time. Their noor little feet soon
f" become big, broad and swollen, and
thoy won't thank you for that
"" when thov crow into men and
. ' women.
- 4. ' . ' W nave imported a lino of shoes
-. eSDeciallvmadoforschool children.
r'vV'-Thoy aro strong and neat. You
will have no reason to complain
i"-: . about tho nriec.
i ; Kindlv alpo bear in mind that
we have the finest lines of Ladies'
' and Men's shoes, from tho greatest
shoo firm in tho world.
A. VEIL-SEN, Prop.
flflank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under tho Laws
the Ropublic of Hawaii.
- SURPLUS $200,000.00
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
-C. H. Cooke Cashier
' C. Eustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tenney, J. A, McCandless
C.H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
t -Transact a General Commercial
Juries for th
HER HUSBAND'S OTHIRIWIFE.
Peculiar testimony before the lowetlGourt Church
luau a success iNcwiesuciayciuD
organized. ! &
JURIES DRAWN hOR MARCH I
On Wednesday of this week at
ten o'clock both tho juries were
drawn for the -March term. Those
drawn for tho Grand jury are as
John M. Hanuna, W. A. Engle,
J. K. Naeolc, Win. Nawai, Authur
iVllcn, J. Smyth, E. K. Devauchello,
h K. Kahookolo, J. H. Wilson, D.
L. Meyer, Joseph Cockett, John
Brown Jr., Chas. Makukau, George
Watt, Louis H. Sylva E. II. Pakiko
P. Emmesly, Sam T. Kaiapa, A. J
McLeod, Ed. Wilcox, II. B. Woller,
A. H. Landgraf.
The trial jurors are WmKane-
naole, E.. C. Robinson, M. L.1
Decker, Geo. H. CumminKf, D. C.
Lindsay W. B. Morton, J. N. S.
Williams. W. S. Nicholls, E. H,
Cockett, A. K. Tilton, Geo. Gibb;
W. S.Mounteastle, CD. Lufkin.HV
P. Robinson, P. F. Pock, H.P. Mq-
Corriston WM1'F. Pogue, W. TC:
Buchanan, Ag D. Furtadd,, A. M.
Feiteira, D.II.$avis, J.H. Evans, A.
Gross W. L.'Dqoto, Chaj. Copp Jr.
These are tie men wno must at
tend court Mach 14th unless ex
cused for goodjuul sufficient reason
by his Honor ;A. N. Kepoikai.
The term will in all probabitity
not last long as tho litigation at
this time of the year is less than
at tho terms later in the year.
lie Inst rifl
HER HUSBANDS OTHER. WIFE.
for tho McCandless
uperintendent of Pup-
iion Babbit answered at
he was preparing a
,'aihg that of Miss Lyons,
the McCandless prize
but adding to it the
Ires of other plans which
ssubmitted in the con-
Tho iroeram which babbitt is
geUingftogether will thus contain
alktheboat features of the plants
and!wiflernbody many good ideas.
.Whiletjjvill bo too long to be used
Wmocfcled that selections from it
PROGRM TO SUIT ALL SCHOOLS.
At a recent meeting of the
Board of Education Commissioner
Farrington made inquiry regard
ing the patriotjc program for use
in tho public schools, for which
a number.of plans were received in
T. t.-ClV-'j i ;i j;cr i i
.injSancosan occassions. Thus
loMfiituated in districts when
ny weather prevails will general-
'hamto uso a program suitable
for infoors, while those who have
grounds, and where goocl
:weatner?prevails can have open air
erriscs, with rallying around tho
Urtermore. it is not intended
1L .im.wr- '
xt any one school shall uso the
mo program every day of tho
year. Selections can 'bo mado from
the general plan so as. to make the
program each day suitable to tljfl
individual occassion, which may
present itself1 Thus, on tho birth
day of famous men selections from
their works or speeches should be
read, or a history of their lives and
deeds given by the teacher. The
songs and prayers used can also
be greatly varied. Thus, for in
stance, a little poem written by
rmnp n. uoage, ana wnicn is
much liked by tho Governor, will
Ije included in the general pro-
ram anu recommenaea lor use
Jim Yeo Sang was before Dis
trict magistrate W. A. McKay on
Monday of this week charged with
vagrancy. Tho most prominent
witness was Mrs. Tai Fook a
Portugese woman who sometime
ago married a Chinaman.
Soao very funny dovelopmontB
wero brought to light. Her testi
mony was that she heard the de
fendant ontertho house from the
rear and saw him with his hat in
his hand hut didn't know tho color
of tho clothes ho wore nor the kind
of clothes not even whether thoy
wero Chinese or European. Sho was
two rooms away and there was no 1
light in tho room in which defend
ant was yet sho know him by tho
sound of his footstep. Sho admitted
having riecoved presonts from de
fendant but said he was a relative
but when questioned further Btated
le was a brother oE her husbands
Chinese wife in China. Tai Fook
seemed botterinformed on American
jurisprudence than his Portugese
spouco and strenuously denied the
existence of Mrs. Fook in China.
The witnesses were not of such a
character as to inspire confince in
the minds of those present and
as Ah Tong who speaks English
fluently went out and .talked
with the witnesses some seemed
to think he was meddling and
was called before the court and
warned to keep away from them.
The case took parts of two days
and as no evidence was put on by
defendant he was found guilty and
sentenced to two months at hard
abor. An appeal will be taken.
Practically all Russian' prisoners held
the war are returned to
' ifyv l?or the convenience of cut!iu rs living out of VjAfj
fflB. lMr53 town, we pay particular attention to Banking byu I f
ii-" ijJ JSQ mail. You cau mail your deposit to us from ycur 5j?si
V owu lost'"":e' stating on what conditions and ttmsf pWc3U
ln vou w ' 1,1 'lllulclJlatc,y upon receipt ol it, 11 11
" IkSl a certificate of deposit or pass book will be mailed to -V))
Accounts may be started with any amount (jam kjJj
runs as lollows.
Hawaii land is fair,
Rich ore the gifts w e sharj,
This is our common prayer
O land of light,
We mav join heart and hnnd
That ae a noble band
Till all Hawaii's innd
Stands for the right.
Babbitt intends to have tho pro
gram piimcu in pampiuoi lorm
for distribution anfong tho teach
ers. Ho hopes he will have if ready
i to f-ubmit at the next meeting of
Sugar 3.36 Beets 8s. d.
WASHINGTON, Feb. 16. Presidont Roosevelt attended Repre
sentative Nicholas Longworths bachelor dinnor lost night. Marrigo
icenso will be granted today. Tho Kaiser's wedding gift to Alice;-;;
Roosevelt was a valuable bracelot. ,
NE 'iV YORK, Feb. 16. Arrangements have beon completed to lay
a cable from Manilla to China -and from China to Japan.
HAVANA, Feb. 16 The anniversary of tho jdistruction of
Battleshiph Maine was observed with fitting ceremonies. ,
TOKIO, Feb. 10 Practically all
CHURCH LUAU IN KAHULUI.
Last Sunday morning- a large
crowd of people gathered in Kahu
ui to attend a luau for tho bene fit
of tho native church to be built
Tho Kahului railroad company
provided a commodious lanai and
ran special trains for the convenie
nce of the many who attended.
The foods served were most deli
cious which all enjoyed most hearti
ly while the several Sunday schools
represented furnished some of the
best vocal music heard on Maui
at a luau.
There were threo or four hun
dred people present. Those who
addressed tho assemblage wore
Judge A, N, Kepoikai Peter Noa
Reverent J, Nua and Rsv. R. B'
Dodges. The success of tho affair
was greatly duo to tho effortn of
Honorable H. P. Baldwin Supt. R.
W. Filler of tho Kahului Railroad
and Mrs. Robert English.
lhe not receipts were ono hun
dred and seventy threo dollars.
NEW SOCIAL CLUB.
Tho early part of last week Ta
nabo Kinzabaro was taktm in
charge by the authorities at Puu
n. no and placed in tho Wailuku
Jail to await an examination into
his mental condition.
The surroundings did not seem
to pleaso tho unfortunate man aiijf
ho broke jail and went back to Pu-j
uncne when he was again taken!
On Tuesdox of this week he
coir mittejlSktl io. nisanea
On Monday evening tho Nawai
eha Social Club was organised at
tho Skating Rink with Mrs. Dickens
president Mrs. Paikaka Treasurer
and Manuel Ross secretary.
Attorney J. M. Vivas and David
Crowoll were elected executive
committee who with tho above
named officers constitute the ox
The purposes of tho Club is to
teach dancing and to give Bocia
entertainments excursion and pro
moto the social condition of tho
community in goneral. Only thow
whoanMjfJegalafe'rir are earniJl
ma as initiation iree ior lauies anu
Those who are admitted
tor will bo charged fifty
id ono dollar respectively.
roriegn mission at Nan King attacked by
Kaiser sends valuable wedding present to
Miss Alice Roosevelt.
Foreign mission at Nan King has ' beon
to attend fK
SHANGHAI, Feb. 16
attacked but no loss of life.
BERLIN, Feb. 16 The Kaiser has gone to Denmark
tho funeral of King Christian.
SAN FRANCISCO, Fob. 16. Transport Sherman sailed
Philippines. Major Generals Brooks and Weston are aboard.
U-U A YAtJUlL, Ecuador, Feb. 15. Iwo hundred pors'
been drowned in a tidal wave at Guayaca, Colombia.
LONDON, Feb. 14. Parliament has opened , and Lowther
been made Speaker.
The Liberals have decided that thoy will not contest Balfour's
WASHINGTON, Feb. 14. President Roosevelt has issued
appeal for contributions to aid tho famine sufferers in Japan.-;
SHANGHAI, Feb. 14. Tho Taatai has ordered a
between tho people of Canton and their Viceroy.
DES MOINES, Iowa, Feb. 14. The HouMTwtt
ojected the woman suffrage bill. I
WASHINGTON, Februrry 15. The ship Bubkuly bill has passed
the Senate by a vote of 38 to 27, five Republicans voting with tho
Democrats in the negative.
Tho bill increases the Subvention of theSprecksts lino of steamers,
and provides for the establishment of four now lines in the Pacific
ocean, i wo of these are to run to J apan and China, and ono to the
Philippines direct by tho way of Honolulu. Tno fourth lino is to run
to South American ports.
WASHINGTON, Fob. 14. Tho wedding present of the Emperorj
of Japan to Alice Roosevelt consists of two silver vases and a.pleco of
ST. PETERSBURG. Feb. 13. Preparations are being made
ho reopening of tho Japanese Logation h ero.
On February 8, 1905, Ambassador Kurino was ordered; by
government to leavo St. Petersburg. Sinco that date, although th
peace commisHoners met at Portsmouth, New Hampshire, oh" tho
vitation of President Roosevelt, there ha3 been no formal re.-eta?lisn
mcnt of diplomatic relationsb"etwt'en tho powerBthat fought the grep'
est war of modord times. .'Tho re-opening of the Japanese legation at
St. Petersburg marks tho actual ifesumption of peaceful relations be-f
tweon tho two powers
PEKING, Feb. 13. The Government has ordered tho immedia
execution of tho Changpu rioters,
A cablegram from London yesterday afternoon stated tha'
British government had made a demand that China compehsr
missionaries for the destruction of their property by;o?naT
pu, and also punish the perpetrators of tho outragejClnr
spoaded promptly, so far ob the punishment clause qftlu?
concerned. Presumably tho Changpu riot leaders arOfitT
if thoy are not, soon will be, and their death will jjw
costs tho Chineso government nothing but a. few live
cheapest product of China. '
.,110 matter of demand for compensation iajay'
faeuMless China will take her time in giving sat'
dojiaofc feel particularly friondly to any Europe
jrhjLlaihero has been nothing so far to indicat'
Peking shares the hostility of tho. people,?'
some of the anti-foroign feeling has VeaclfT
that case tho Changpu missionaries will
for their compensation. . "t
PORTLAND, Ore., Feb. I2Sir
house firo hero today.