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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. OCTOBER J 2, 1 907
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LODGil MAUI, No. 5)84, A. I5. & A. M.
Stated mcc tinus will bo held at
Masonic Hall, Knliului, on tlio first
Saturday ni'hl f eacli month at 7.S0
VisiUnj.' brethren arc cordially in
vited to attend.
D. H. CASE, 11 W. V.
t, f. Secretary.
ALOHA LODGE NO. .. KNIGHTS
Regular meetings will be liold at
the. Knights of Pythias Hall Wailuku
on Saturday Sept. 28th, Oct. 12th.
All visiting members are cordially
invited to attend.
V. S. M O LI NTC ASTL E, C. C.
D. H ..DAVIS, K. OF It. & S.
HUGH M. COKE.
Don't send away for anything
when you can get what you need
from us. We save you the freight.
Chamois skins, Syringes; Hot
Water Bags, Plasters, Wood Alco
hol Liquozone, Dioxogcn, Hydro
gen Peroxide, Creolin-Pearson,
Somnos, Antiphlogislirie, Lithia
Tablets, Milk of Magnesia, Lydia
Pinkhani's Vegetable Compound,
Listerinc, Camphenol, Swamp
Root, Pepto-Mangan, Peruna, Vin
Mariani and a hundred other pre
parations, which we sell at the
manufacturer's printed , list-price.
A. VETLESEN, Prop.
The Bank of Hawaii
Incorporated Under the Laws of
the Republic of Hawaii.
UNDIVIDED PROFITS .$70,000.00
Chas. M. Cooke President
P. C. Jones Vice-President
C. H. Cooke Cashier
C. Hustace Assistant Cashier
E. D. Tcnnoy, J. A McCandless,
C. H. Atherton, E. V. Bishop.
Transact a General Commercial
and Savings Business.
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Chas. M. Cooke, President W. T. Robinsrn, Vice-President
C. D. Lufkin, Cashier
A. Wadsworth, Director
Report to the Comptroller of the Currency
AUGUST 22, 1907.
Loans and Discounts J126.976.S4
United States Iionils 16,500.00
l'rcmiiim on U. S. ltonds 450.00
, Other Iiomls (quickly convert) 63,975.00
Cash and Due from Hanks 41,053.44
Hanking House, furniture, etc 7,300.00'
Due from U. S. Treasury S25.00
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, ) cC
COUNTY OF MAUI, 5
I, C. D, Lufkin, Cashier of the
that the above is true to the best of
Subscribed and sworn to before
October Term of Court is Held in Lahaina
Judge's Charges to Grand Jury, a
SUPERVISORS HOLD MONTHLY MEETING.
Receive Reports from County Officers and Transact Routine
Business Governor Frear Doubts Approval of '
Bond Authorization by the President.
CIRCUIT COURT IN SESSION.
The October term of the Circuit
Court opened at 10 a. m. in Lahai
na Wednesday with his Honor A.
N. Kepoikai presiding.
Tho following numbers of the
Bar being in attendance: J. L.
Coke, J. M. Vivas, J. W. Kalna
and D. K. Kahaulelio. The Grand
Jury consisted of 19 members Pat
rick Cockett was appointed fore
man. Mr. Case County Attorney
presented his commission as De
puty Attorney General for the Ter
ritory, signed by Attorney General
The following cases wore placed
on the calendar. Criminal: T. II.
v Sato. Selling Liquor without
License. Appeal from liana. Deft,
withdraws appeirf : T. II. v M. K.
Kalilikane. Larceny 2nd Degree
Appeal from Molokai. T. H. v
Frank Lililehua. Assault and Bat
tery. Appeal from Lahaina. Jury
Wtiiv8d: Okata v Ah Nui and Ah
Kina. Damages. Appeal from Mo
lokai. Lin 'Boo v Ah Sam. As
sumpsit. Appeal from Molokai
Discontinued. D. II. Kahaulelio v
Washui. Assumpsit. Appeal from
The Ejectment suit of Patrick Coc
ketl ot al v Kihci Plantation Co. was
by consent or rart.es continued to
the March 190S Term.
The Grand Jury will probably make
final report today.
The practical joker was at large
and tacked up a notice on the Pio
neer Hotel asking for information of
one Field who was supposed to be
lost in the town of Luhaina and when
last scon was weeping for tlio loss of
his pedigreed pup. Field turned up
all right on time and was lound to be
neither lost, strayed nor stolen and
took the joke good naturally.
The joker announced that the Bar
and Grand Jury would con tribute to
ward the Ladies Guild and Fair aud
that Mr.A. F.nos would contribute
the whole of his jury warrant. It Is
said that fish uro pleutitul in Lahai
na and that fish stories ar.; equally
The charge to the jury was as fol
lows: BANK OF WAILUKU
D.TL Case, Director
Capital Stock 5 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits .
Due to Hanks
abovo named bank', do solumnly swoar
my knowledge and belief.
C. D. LUFKIN, Casiiiku.
me this 30Ui day of August, 11)07;
1 J. GARCIA. Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit
IN TI1EIC1RCUIT COURT OF THE
SECOND CIRCUIT, TERRITORY
OCTOBER 1907 TERM.
Charge to the Grand Jury:
Gentlenit'n of ilic Grand Jury:
You are hero at lliit, the opening
hour and day of the October 1!)()7
Term of 'the Second Circuit Court, to
do and perform your duties as Grand
It will bo your duty to inquire inlo
and make present men tn of ofTeusc.
and find indictment against such
person or persons, or corporation!,
as have, in your opinion arrived at.
after a careful investigation, violated
the laws of this Territory, or the or
dinances of the County passed by the
Board of Supervisors, by committing
crimes within this Judicinl Circuit,
and triable by this Court:
You are to pass upon matters
either brought directly to your at
tention by this, Court, or by the At
torney General's Department. Mat
ters brought to your attention by
any member of your body may al- o
be subject to your investigation, if,
in your opinion an investigation
should be mi do: '
You are an inquisitorisil body, but
the law demands that for a Grard
Jury to indict any person brought
before it charged with the commis
sion of any offence, such churge must
be substantiated to the satisfaction
of the jury by such evideuce that will
bo clear to your minds that such per
son charged may be found guilty be
fore a trial jury:
In making investigation of such
matters and charges, youshould not
present any one through envy, hat
red or malice, nor leavo any one 1111
presented through fear, favor, abac
tion, gain, reward or hope therefor.
Should you have reasonable cause
to believe, aflor tho examination of
witnesses brought before you to
testify concerning any matter or
charge, that the crime charged has
been committed, and that the person
or persons or corporation so charged
should be put upon his, their or its
trial, then you will find A TRUE
No Grand Ju,ror should take parl
in the deliberation of any matter in
which ho is in any was interested in
tho outcome of such deliberation:
There must be at least thirteen of
your number present when disposing
of any matter brought up for your
deliberation. No indictment shall be
found nor any presentment made
without tho concurrence of at least
twelve of you.
You cannot compel the attendance
of any person charged with the com
mission of an offence to appear beforo
you aud bo examined, but he may,
after signifying h!s dosire, do so,
when you believe that by so doing
delay may be avoided to parties in
terested, aud unnecessary oxpon&e
saved to the government:
Your earnest and mature con
sideration is required in all mattors,
as the personal liberty of individuals,
a.t least, for a while, depends on the
result of your investigation:
It is your right and duty to inves
tigate all mutters relating to the
administration of Territorial and
County affairs, and the conduct of
the ofTleiuls, and on this head, I wish
to call your special attention to the
A communication ha been handed
to the Court u herein certain churgrs
are'inade against tho official who has;
charge of the roads in '.he Kula Dto
trict with stuffing tho pay-roll, anjj 1
charge you to investigate this mat
I charge you to look into the mat
ter of rumors of certain County
officials living polygamous lives:
.You have the right to summon be
fore you any and all officials whom
you have reason to believe can throw
light upon any subject matter being
investigated, with the books and
papers of their office, and for thi
purpose you can divide yourselves
into committees which should report
to the main body, and tho entire
Grand Jury would then act upon the
The scope of your investigation is
practically unlimited, as to matters
touching iip.iii Territorial and County
I wish to call your particular at
tention to the mutters reported upon
by the Grand Jury at tho last Juns
11)07 Tnn of this Court, touching
upon the closing of n certain road at
Lahaina by the Pioneer Mill Co., and
direct ou to ascertain what step;, if
any, have been made by the County
Attorney, in this: matter, and report
T ch irge you, that, it is .1 vnrv flag
rant violation of tho law for any
Grand Jury Juror to divulge any
matter upon which deliberation lias
been had before th! Grand Jury, and
this Court wnl not hesitate to visit
with bcrious consequences such viola
tion. The reason for this secn-cy is
apparent. It is not easy to influence
ttie action of the Grand Jury if he
people outside are ignorant of what
is going on in the Grand Jury room,
but it is quite certain that in case any
of your acts should ho made public,,
attempts would be made to Influence
you. In case any person or persons
should approach you-for the purppse
of influencing your actions, it should
be immediately reported to the Court.
Each witness nnl all intrepters
should bn admonished to keep invio
late what transpired in his presence
in youi deliberations:
I trust that you will, consistently
with tn6iinporItuiice of matters
cally a?poiiblv.: a C i'lJiF:
I regret very much the iiTdifforetice
shown by the officials towards the
findings and recommendations of
former G rand Juries of this County,
and I charge you, that you moke
vourselvos acquainted with the find
ings and recommendations of any
former Grand Jury, your predec
essors, and ascertain .whether or
not the same have been earned out,
and if not, to make investigation and
ascertain the reason thereof.
All the records of this Court are
open to your inspection.
You have the process of this Court
in compelling the attendance of
witnesses living within this Territory,
in all matters brought before you,
and tne Court will assist you in issuing
such writs as may be required in the
No person other than- members of
your bcuy sliaU be present ui ring
your deliberation and voting, as to
whether or' not an indictment shall or
not be presented and found.
The Court alone can excuse a
Grand Juror from attending during
the Term, but you may excuse tem
porarily one or more of your mem
ber.?, but there must be at least thir
toon of you present at eacli hearing
In all mutters, that may como be
fore your body, either in the shape of
direct information that any nf tho
laws of tho Territory, or ordinances
of ibU County, have been violated, or
on investigations instituted cither by
yourselves or the Deportment of the
Attorney Goncral.tho ropresentativo
of the Attorney General's Depart
ment at the present Torm will wait
iilion you only to direct you in the
offence committed and its degree, and
I wish to impreb upon your body that
you are not to allow yourselvou to be
lulluenced or Iutcrfejed with by any
one during your investigations.
Pineapples Shipped to Chicago Are Reshipped tc
Denver, Colorado, and Arrive There
in Yery Good Condition.
S. S. LUZITANIA BREAkTwORLD'S RECORD.
The Cunardcr Steams 617 Miles in 24 Hours. Wallach May
Be Allowed to go to Leper Settlement. -Cassic
Chadwick, the Swindler, is Dead.
(SIUC!AL TO THE MAUI NEWS.)
Sugar 9G (leg. test :5.91 Beets 9s. Sid.
HONOLULU, October ll.-r-J. Lor Wallach was before the Board
of Health yesterday. Nothing has been settled, however. He says he
will tour the islands with tho lepers ho has cured.
The pineapples that were shipped to Chicago have been shipped
back to Denver on orders and reached there in good condition.
Lionel Hart was again surrendered by his bondsmen.
Ilonolulans m Goldfield write of heavy losses in mining stocks.'
The St. Louis baseball team will go to Japan to play tho Japanese
NEW YOUK, October 11. Tho steamship Luzitania made the
trip from Liverpool to Sandy Hook in -1 days and 20 hours.
WASHINGTON, October 11. Foreign eor.l for the use of tho fleet
will not pay duty.
VANCOUVER, October 11. Itccd, one of the men who took part
in the anti-Japanese riot here has been sentenced to six months im
prisonment. ST. LOUIS, October 11. The body of Jus. Mcakin, son of an
English millionaire, was found yesterday in a dissecting room of a
COLUMBUS, O., Octcbor 11. Cnssio Chadwick is dead. The
funeral took place here yesterday.
MOBILE, October 11. Owners of fruit vessels from this port have
replaced Norwegian sailors with Chinese.
INDIANAPOLIS, October 11.
nomination aj head of, the labor organization at the end of his torm.
CHICAGO, October 11. The Chicago Nationals Avon again, 5 to 1.
II1LO. October, 10. Surveyor Southworth, Harbor Master Fitz
gerald and agent McKay today surveyed tho government wharf. The
report on needed repairs will be submitted to Superintendent of Public
Iier 10. J.
At a meeting of tlib Chamber of
Lionel Hart is again out on hail"
Castle it Cooke will make advances to the Consolidated I'ineannln
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Co. up to $150,000 and act as financial agents for tho Company.
HONOLULU, October !).- The
to tnke charge of tho leper settlement. ' "
It is said that many Republicans will support Wallach.
Max Schlemmer wants to buy Laysan Island. Jack Atkinson is
acting as agept for hi.u.
SHANGHAI. October 10. Secretary Tuft's liHnr.nnnna
China encourages Chinese to believe
open door policy. His welcome was
SAN FRANCISCO, October 10.
orders-a new trial in tho suit instituted by-Princess Kawananakoa to
sol aside the sale of St. James Hotel to Mis. Alice Macfarlane, her
TOKIO, October 10. A schemo
"acres in Korea. If it is materialized
many men ami will selllo ttio immigration question for a time,
PARIS, October 10. The Rivieiin has been damaged by heavy
COLUMN US, O., October 10.
CAPE RACE, October 9. Tho Cunardcr Lusitaiiiu made G17
nautical milos in 21 hours boating tho world's record.
CHICAGO, Octobor 9. In thesecoiid gamo of baseball the Chicago
Nationals won; score 3 to 1.
NEW YORK, October 9.- Ono hundred and twenty-five streetcars
wore destroyed by fire in tho Fourth Stroot barn. Tho loss reaches
NORFOLK, October 9. Tho battleship Kentucky was floated
VALPARAISO, Octobor 9. Plans have been accoptcd for making
this tho finost harboi in the world.
STAMBOUL, La., October 9.
SHANGHAI, October 9. Secretary Taft was given a great recep
tion at which, for tho first, time in tho history of China, Chinese ladies
John Mitchell will rofusn the
Lor Wallach will probably be given
to treat lepers under certain re-
Federal Government is orenarinn-
wwu II if
ho favors a continuance of t.ho
Tho Supreme Court of Cnlifnrni..
is on foot to colonize a million
it will call for employment of
Cassio Chudwick, the swindler,
President Roosovolt is bear hunt-
following mattors: I Continued 011 1'ai'e 6.
Coutiuued 011 Page 6,
ot tlio aristocracy woro present.
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