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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. MARCH 24, J 906
J. M. VLVAS '
ATTORNEY AT LAW
EDMUND II. HART
Notary Puumo, Conveyenoeh and
Agent to Grant Marriage Lioensu
- Onicc, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
It is nil right to let your little
girls nnd boys run about barefoot
ed onco in a while, but not all the
time. Their poor little feet, soon
bceomo big, broad and swollen, and
they won't thank you for that
when they grow into men and
We have imported a linebf shoes
especially made for school children.
They are strong and neat. You
will have no. reason to complain
about the price.
Kindly also bear in mind that
wo have the finest lines of Ladies'
and Men's shoes from the greatest
shoe firm in the world.
A. VETLESEN, Prop.
Tie Bank of Hawaii
" "ncornorated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawa.ii.
SURPLUS. ". 5200,000.00
' UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
. C. H. Cooko Cashier
C. -Hustace Assistant Cashier
"E. D. Tetnioy, J. A. McCandless,
' C. H. Atherton, E. F. Bishop.
;,' Transact a General Commercial
arid' Savings Business
'?'' Correspondence Solicited.
prominent contractor and builder dies
- the Malulani Hospital.-The-Mokihana
WORK OF THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Many cases disposed of Assailant of Feuerpile gets one
year. THc Porto Rican who assaulted Pican so .
. ' gets two years.
DEATH OF WILLIAM DUNUAR.
William Dunbar an aged mason
who was ptricken with paralysis at
the Wailuku Hotel last week died
at the Malulani Hospital on Tues
day morning. Mr. Dunbar bore
an excellent reputation and had
worked nt his trade in San Francis
co and Honolulu many years.
Spreckels bank in Honolulu was
built by him many yoars ago. Mr.
Dunbar was at one time a promi
nent contractor and builder and
was well to do but of recent years
has been in feeble health which
prevented him from carrying on
his trade as in former times. On
Tuesday Mrs. Dunbar arrived in
Wailuku, accompanied by her
brother Thomas Lucas to be pro-
sent at tho funeral services.
The services were conducted by
LodgoMaui A. F. & A. M. of which
Mr. Dunbar had been a member for
ed for somo days and onlastSatur-
ay about two o'clock she struck
tho rocks in Kahakuloa and was
totally wrecked. She was recently
purchased by Eddie Devauchello
of Pukoo Molokai who was in Wai-
uku attending Circuit Court as a
grand juror at tho time of tho dis
aster. AH of tho four members of
the crew got off safely but one was
caught by tlio undertow and one
foot was badly lilirt. Nearly all
the cargo. was a loss and tho little
schooner rapidly went to pieces.
The little schooner Mokihana
owned by Eddie Devauchello left
Honolulu last Wednesday for Pu
koo with a cargo of merchandise
consigned to various parties, princi
pally to the Moyers Brothers.
She encountered the Kona which
raged last week, and all of her sails
wore torn off after which she drift
D R S
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7:30 to 8:30 A. M.
2:30 to 4,1'. M.
6 to 8 P.!M;
Malulaui. Hospital, 9A. M.
8:30 to 10 A. M.
12:30 to 2:30 P. M.
6 to 8 1 M.
warning struck him on the left
breast, illustrating the motions
of tho defendant and identifying
tho pick used. Tho defendant after
stricking Picanso, ran away to
ward town. Cross examination
only tended to strengthen tho pro
secutions ensc. Louis Rosario tho
the defendant on tho stand testified
that Picanso owed him money for
labjr performed at Huelo and or.
tho morning of tho assault request
ed its payment. At this Picanso,
ho says drew a revolver upon which
he drew his pick and struck him,
with tho intention of knocking tho
same from his hand.
This was evidently not believed
by the jury that heard the case
as they soon returned with a verdict
of guiltj. Ho was found guilty of
an assault in the first degree with
a recommendation for mercy and
was sentenced to two years at hard
On Wednesday- morning Thomas
Bonisis was tried for child stealing.
He was defended by J. M. Vivas.
The offence was stealing a twelve.
years old child, Bertha Padua from
her home in Waiheo and taking
.her to his homo in Ilamakuapoko
under a promise of marriage if she
went with him and a threat that
ho would kill her if she did not.
Thursday morning a jury was
sworn into try Ah Ko on a chargo
Attorney J. L. Coke w as appoint
ed by the Court to defend tho ac
cused who was charged with burg
larizing the store of the Maui Dry
Goods and Grocery Compai?y7The
testimony went to show tbatstha
defendant had entered tlieBtoro.
through a back window and took
from the storo some pieces of blue
denial, Alpacca and other clothing
and sold them to a Chinese mcr-
cheant in town for tho sum of
Three Dollars. Tho jury found
tho defendant guilty of burglary
in tho first degree.
This case was followed by the
trial of Ing Tai who Was charged
wiih adultery. J. M. Vivas de
fended the defend A verdict of
ouiltv was Auicklv Given by the
Friday morning Cecelia Rodri-
gues was boforo a jury on a charge
of assault with a dangerous weap
on. There is a strong belief
ONE MILLION PEOPLE
STARVING IN JAPAN
It is authentically stated that one million Japanese
are starving and that sixteen million dollars
are required to relieve their suffering. .
TO IMPROVE OUR NAVY
The Secretary of the navy recommends the expenditure of
twenty-three million dollars for naval
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TRIAL JURY BEGINS WORK.
Promptly at ton o'clock on Mom
day morning tho trial jury began
its work the following jury being
empannelcd to try the cause of the
Territory of Hawaii verses Ray
mond Riho on a chargo of assult
with intent to commit murder. A,
M. Feteira, Win, Kauwenaolc, D(
II. Davis, P. P. Peck, II. B. Mc
Corriston, E. II . Cockett, D. O.
Lindsay, Geo. Gibb, W. K. Buchan-
nan 'and George Cummings
On the night of January 5th
1906 Riio struck a police officer in
tho head at Kihei and badly stunn
ed him. Tho reason of the assault is
believed to be that at a former time
the same officer arrested tho Porto
Ho was defended by Attornoy J
iu. vivas anu tno 'lerritory was
rdTirncnntnd w AcQicfnnt AUnrnot'
General Wm. S. Fleming. Thc among some eyewitnesses that a job
f,,.,,i ,if,it :u,. twas
a lower offence. Ho was sentenced
to one year at hard labor.
On Monday evening it was found
that a special venire was necessary.
Tho follqwing jurors wero drawn
R. A. Wadsworth.T. A. Lloyd, E. A
Peck, (excused) P. Coc-kott, S. Ke
liinoi, Dan T. Carey, T. W. Fur
guson, J. B. Shand, J. L. Osmcr,
M. G. Pascoal, S. B. Harry, V. G.
Scott, If. B. Penhallow, Lot C. Ke
alnlia and James Kirkland.
Un 1 lutUnv tlie special venire
of jurymen being on hand tho case
aganist Louis Kosaria was taken
Rosaria is tho Porto Rican charg'
ed with assaulting John Picanso on
the 28rd day of Februar)' with a
pii'k axe, striking him with tho
same over tho apex of tho heart.
intended to put on tho
Porto Rican to make a scape goat
of him in ordor to shield a friend
At any rate the star witness who
by the way had told many and
varied stories about the affair fell
completely down as a witness and
denied havin g seen what ho had
claimed to see when he was before
tho district magistrate. Tho as
distant Attornev-Gonoral had the
An innocont man lias been con
lined in Jail for five months as
result of storiestold by worthies
GEARS ATTITUDE ON JAP.IMMI
Doubtless an attornoy of Judgi
GojrB ability and cxpononco can
In the abseuco of an employed be of great eorvico to his clients in
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attorney the court assigned Enos gottiiig tliom into iuuuiica.
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iiici nt to defend him. A number
tho greater his skill tho greater the
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of jurymen wore excused for cause wjuT uoos no uo not u.uv u
n.l the jury as it stood completod clients Hut to tlio wnoio 01 nisown
icri' u. u i.uiKin, ij. u. ijinasay, jioopio.
J. II. Evans, A. F. Feteira, M. G. Judgo Gear knows as well as
P.iscoal, S. B. Harry, II. P. Mc- any intelligent American that tho
C.iiristin. D. II. Davis. E. II. Cook- sondinc of Japanoso to Amorica
ett, Kaono and F. P. Peck. Sovoral will in thu Courso of a fow year
withnesfifs wero called aid a case caupe untold stnfo, disoruor, anu
was made out tnat would bo hard bloodshed.culimnatingin stnngont
to break through. Kailiwai an laws that will mako it impossibl
old native from Waiheo was the for thorn to enjoy the advantages
! lirst witness. Ho had boon in the that thoy now onioy
employ of tho Picanso Bros." JudgoGoars boasted Amoricanism
Ho testified tho dofondant follow- is ftt last shown up in its true
ed Pccanso and without a word or 1 light and by his own acts too,
Sugar 96 deg. 3.5265 Beets 8s. 5ld. .
NEW YORK,Mar. 23. Advices from Japan State Sixteen million
Dollars are required to relievo the famine sufferers. One million people
arc starving. Robert O Doremus, tho chomut, is dead.
Planot Colo, Mar. 23. Six miners were killed in a snow slide.
OINCINATTI, Mar.23. Governor Patterson is seriously ill.
ST. PETERSBURG.Mar. 22. The radical elements of the Empire
propose to send delegates to a meeting to bo held in Finland in April.
A provisional government is proposed.
PALAIMO ITALY, Mar.-22.Twcntyone earth quako shocks have
been felt on the island of Austriana. Ono mountain is in eruption.
WASHINGTON, Mar. -22.IIouse sent statehood bill to conference.
SAN FRANCISCO, Mar.-22.Mrs. Huntington is granted a divorce
and sailed for the Orient today.
WASHINGTON, Mar.-22.Secrotary of tho Navy Bonaparte recom
mends to Congress appropriations of twenty three million dollars for
MOSCOW, March 19 D. and A. Rasstorgoueff the largest mer-
cliautinUhPlIlussian Empire, have failed for 73,500,000. .
I)ENSEBColoMSirfig.SQVirc snow storms have occurred in
the mining rionstiiHonsToM bffiBllost.TiaNumbera of
the miners are missmc and irisfearedtfhat thoYaeadiwilllreachWasli
as high as twenty, near the town of Ouray.
SILVERTON, Colo., March 19. Twelve miners wero killed at tho
Shenandoah mine by a snowslido tcdaj
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 19. C. S. Francis of New York has
been appointed Ambassador to Austria-Hungary to succeed Bellany
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 19. The House today amended
the bill abolishing tho grade of lieutenant general in the American
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unity. J.J110 uiiit'iiuincub ap muuu iu uiuui iu iuiiuib mu-.iiuiiiui.iuii
of Major Generals Henry YV. Uorbin anu Artlitir AlacArthur to the-"
grade of lieutenant generaL
WASHINGTON, D. C, March 19. The House today passed tho
Senate bill reorganizing tho consular service of tho United State3.
MOSCOW, March 17. The radicals have changed their tactics, '
and instead of making armed resistance to tho government, aro parti- .
cipating in tho elections.
KHARKOV, Russia, March 17. Tho workmen in twenty-two ouf-
of thirty-seven factories decline to participate in tho elections.
The new Russian national assembly, now boing elected, will bo
composed of two houses, tho upper or Council of the Empire having
one-half of its members appointed by the Uzar and-'ono-nali or 20 elect
ed from tho nobility and clergy. Tho elective members of this council
aro eligible for a period of nine years, and one-third of thomswiIl bo
For the lower House each zemstvo is privileged to olect a member,
six members will be returned by tho Holy Synod ot tho Orthodox
Church, six by tho Acadomy of Sciences and universities, twelve by
tho bourses of commerce and industry, eighteen by the nobility and six
by tho landed proprietors of Poland.
All the members of tho Council must bo 40 years old. The presi
dent and vice-president will bo appointed by tho Emperor. Eleclivo
mombors will receive $12.50 daily during tho session.
BERLIN, March 17. A new Russian loan of two hundred and.
fifty millions of marks will be issued after the S3ttlenicnt of tho Moroc-;
TOKIO, March 17. Tho bill for tho nationalization of tho rail
ways has passed the Diet. It is estimated that the mcasuro will re
quire tho expenditure of two hundred and fifty million yen.
YOKOHAMA, March 17. Tho Duko of Connaught hns sailcd for
Canada. Tho Duko of Connaught, brother to the King of England,
Field Marshall and Inspector-Gonoral of tho British army, has been on
an oxtonded tour of inspection of tho British army posts. His trip
has included visits to South Africa, India and China. It mav be that!
his trip to Canada has to do with tho turning over of tho army pdsts
there to tho Canadian government, in accordance with tho British
policy of withdrawing its troops from tho Dominion. The ports at
Halifax and Esquimalt aio now garrisoned by Canadian troops.
LONDON, March 17.Advices from tho expedition to Northern
Nigoria roport that it is encountering resistance. Ono thousand na
tives have been killed.
rAiu&, juarcii 1. iwonty persona nave been injured in an ex?.
plosion in a chemical factory.