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THE MAUI NEWS-
SATURDAY, AUGUST I, J 903
THE MUI NEWS
litem! nt Hie l ost Olliee at Wailuku, Maui, Hawaii, as second-class matter.
A Republican Paper Published in the Interest of the People.
Issued Every Saturday.
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The columns of the Nkws fulmit communications on ncrtiinent topics. Write otilv
on one side of jiaocr. Sii;n your name which will be In M confidential il ilesireil.
Sit.sch'TIon Baths, in Advaxck 12. 5(1 per Year, M.oO Six Months
IliiUh IW. Coke,
L-rlltor and vinner
- AlHU'ST 1, '.)0H
Under Tlie acts of Judge. A. N. Kepoikai in the matter
Investigation, of the estate of T. Mori have heen investigated
by Deputy Attorney General Larmn h and liis report is now in the
hands of the Governor, who will doubtless make his report to the
proper authorities in Washington and make proper recommenda
tious in the premises.
It has been made plain by the records that in spite of the strong
est efforts of Consul-General Mild Saito and E. A. Mott Smith, the
uttornoj in fact of the children of T. Mori, the court turned down
the proposition to have u responsible business man, County At
torney D. H. Case, appointed as guardian and administrator even
when it was shown that he was willing to act for the children
without compensation of any kind, and that the Judge appointed a
man who knew but little of business.
It has been proven conclusively that both Consul Miki Saito and
E. A. Mott Smith urged the prompt settlement of the estate years
ago as the children were practically destitute while their father's
money lay here idle.
It has been shown that shortly after those, efforts were made
Judge A.N. Kepoikai borrowed one thousand dollars from the
estate on his personal note at a low rate of interest. The note was
for a long term and the Judge did not even pay the interest as it
became due. In fact for over two years he paid no interest at all
nor any part of the principal.
The note was given without any security whatever.
It was shown that while the money that properly belongs to the
children of the deceased has lain hero for many years they have
never received one cent of it but remain in practically destitute
The story that letters have heen written from here in an effort
to locate the children in Japan strikes us as subterfuge of the
It has not been denied that the Japanese government has duly
appointed a representative of the children nor that E. A. Mott
Smith holds a valid power of attorney. To find the children who
are beneficiaries of an estate is not the business of the court nor
of any officer appointed by the court so long as their legal repre
sentatives are known and come into court as was done in the pro
per manner in this case.
No one has ever claimed that the acts of the Judge constitute a
crime nor even a misdemeanor but if they do not constitute gross
malfeasance in office then we would like to have some legal light
tell us what it is.
Some years ago George Hons, one of the brightest and most able
attorneys of the Territory, put aclause in his will to the effect that
his estate was not to be probated before a well known Judge, who
was then very much in the lime light. What he would do at the
present time if he were alive and were to write his will here is, of
It is a notorious fact that more estates have been robbed in this
county than in any place -under the Stars and Stripes. Whole
estates have vanished into thin air while the administrators and
others have reveled in the rich spoils.
Innocent Hawaiian heirs have suffered most for in their lack of
technical legal knowledge they have allowed their estates to be
taken away from them and knew not to whom they should turn to
It is less than one year ago that Rev. S'. Kapu, administrator of
the estate of William Cooper, admitted to the editor of this paper
that he was short in his accounts to the extent of over six hundred
dollars, and what has been done? The old story. There are many
of these and no effort made to bring the guilty partes to justice.
Every father has a right to expect that in case of his death those
dependant upon him shall receive a speedy settlement of his estate
and an administration of the estate to the best advantage of his
loved ones and when 'a judge will so far. overstep the bounds of
justice that ho will not only allow the funds of an estate withheld
from destitute children of tender years but protit by the funds
that are practically in Ids charge, he must not expect anything
but condemnation at the hands of every man who has an atom of
honor in but and speedy removal from office at the hands of the
highest authorities of the executive branch of our government.
CINCINNATI!, July 20. A woman standing on the deck of a
steamer directly in front of Taft was injured by a chance shot from a
DENVER, July 2'J. Moyer was re-elected President of the Wes
tern Federation of Miners.
PARIS, July 2!). Winthrop Sands, nephew of the Vanderbilts,
was killed in an auto accident today.
HONOLULU, Oahu, July 2'. The monument to the Hawaiian
chiefs is to he erected in Nuuanii Cemetery.
Ten thousand certificates of birth are to he given to American-Hawaiian
c itizens of Chinese blood.
Tony Afong has signed the compromise agreement in the matter
of the Afong estate.
Lo Sun, who was the subject for a decision as to wheter a news
paper editor is a laborer under the law has given up his job ami re
turns to the far east today. His expressions were too radical.
HONOLULU, July 2'J. When last seen the Hawaii hud passed
the Kamehameha. The Lurline broke her top must before getting out
of the harbor,
Detective Reeves has heen dismissed from the police force by
Sheriff Jaukea for being too friendly with U. S. District Attorney
LISBON, July The government is said to have flustrated an
attempt to bring about a Republican uprising.
RliPOItT OK Till: CONDITION Or
the Hnltlxvln Nntionnl Itnnk of Kn-
hului, i.t K thulul in the Tcr. of
tltiwnii, (it the cloe of biiHlnc-MH,
July 15. WON.
Kuans and Discounts Sj.HWi (15
Overdrafts, secured mid unse
cured i.oty 74
V. S. lionets to secure circula
tion n. 000 00
Premiums on V. S. lionds 500 2S
Uoiids, securities, etc 20,510 94
Hanking house, furniture, and
fixtures 3.41S 26
Due from National Hanks (not
reserve njtcnts) 6 S2
Due from State Hanks unit
Checks mid other casli items.. 370 50
Notes of other National Hanks 00
Fractional paper currency,
nickels, and cents 6 45
Specie 1.1,213 So
Due from 1". S. Treasurer, other
than (s j redemption fund... 6501x1
Total 167,031) 03
Kl Alll MTIl.S Dol.l.AKS
Capital -lock paid in 50,00000
Surplus fund 1,5603s
National ltank notes outstand
ing 13,000 00
Dividends unpaid 195 00
Individual dejxisits subject to
check 62,127 94
Demand cert i lit sites of deposit 33,29771
Time cert ideates of deposit 6,85s 00
Total 167,039 03
Ter. of Hawaii, County of Maui, ss:
I, I). C. Kindsay, Cashier of the above
named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above stati ment is true to the best of my
knowledge and belief.
II. C. LINDSAY,
S. K. TAYKOR
J. N. S. WILLIAMS C i)iructl,rs.
II. I'. I1AKDWIN )
Subscribed ami sworu to before me
this 29th day of July, I90S.
. V. K. IlOKCK,
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New Cafe In Wuiluku.
The Manhattan Cafe will be opened
for business today, in the Kepoikai build
ing, at the corner of Main and Mjirket
Mr. Raymond Rosario will be in
charge. He. was for many years chef
and steward for the Pacific Club in Hono
lulu and has worked in various other,
leading cafe's and restaurants in the
The.cafe will be a new enterprise in
Wailuku ami a very needy one. First
class meals will be served at regular
rates. No Oriental labor will be emplov-ed.
Continued from Page 1.
Fifth Inning. Nowell lands into
the cancfield back of first and
reaches second Cumniings flies
out to center. Yates dies pitcher
to first. Viola goes out on ground
er to first.
Oliveira dies pitcher to first.
Decker walks. Kama also goes
out pitcher to first. Decker is
caught out at second.
Sixth Inning. Coekett hit to
short and on bad throw to first
scored. Dutro goes out short to
first. H. Sylva in'akes a two base
hit. F. Sylva goes out on a foul
fly to third. Jackson dies on a
J. Hart dies on grounder to
second. J. Garcia out on fly to
second. A. Garcia is safe to center.
Bal hit safe into center garden.
Bento flies safe to left. ' Kia dies
pitcher to first.
Seventh Inning. Nowell is safe
on had throw of short. Cummings
hits safe to center. Yates bunts
to pitcher and all hands are safe.
Viela hit safe past short and
Nowell scores. Coekett fans out.
Dutro hits to pitcher who forces
Cummings out at the plate and
Dutro is caught out at first. Score
Oliveira goes out pitcher to first.
Decker dies on lly to left and Ka
ma fans out. t
Eighth Inning II. SyU'ii and
K. Sylva both strikeout. Jackson
goes out second to first.
J. Hart wulks and stole second.
J. Garcia bunts safe am Hart ad
vances to third. A. Garcia fans
out. J'.al flics out to third. Bento
out on foul fly to left.
Ninth Inning. Nowell out fly
to right. Cumniings is safe on
ground to third, and is caught
stealing second. Yates dies on
grounder 'to first.
Kia dies pitcher to first. Oliveira
fans out. Decker walks. Kama
goes out pitcher to first.
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The second game was holly con
tested for and lasted eleven inn
ings, the game closing with the
score 3 to 1. the last two runs be
ing made the eleventh inning.
The Kahuluis with a new battery,
Espimhi and Clement of Honolulu
crossed bats with the Healanis and
the spectators were treated to as
line a game of baseball as is seen
Espinda and Clement are recent
arrivals and weie formerly leading
players in the Riverside League of
Honolulu. They are now employ
ed at Kahului and wi'l prove valu
able acquisitions in the baseball
Ned Ktllcgor pitched for the
Healanis doing line work. Ned is
said to have been told by a kahuna
that he would win the game.
On n bad throw to first the Ka
huluis scored their first run in the
fourth inning Fernandez bunted
to third base and he threw wild
over first baseman's head and Fer
nandez trotted home.
In the second half of the same
inning Knaiai made a two base hit
by llusfcv to right field.
There was no further scoring
until ihe eleventh inning when the
Kahuluis scored two more runs, the
scoring standing 3 to 1 at the close
of the inning.
The line up of the two teams was
Kahuluis J. Fernandiz, if, Joe
Clement, c, W. Morris, cf, V. Avail,
ss, II. English, 2b, W. Espindii, p,
J. Smythe, If, V. Ah Nee, lb. D.
"Healanis J. Keanu, rf, S. Ka
leo, 2h, H. Meyer, If, J. Kaaiai,
cf, Hussey, ss, Hookano, c, Ahock
Alo, 3b, N. Krueger, p, J. Smith,
Captain J. Keanu protested the
game between the Healanis and
Kahuluis. He claimed that in the
fourth inning Fernandez overstepp
ed the batter's box and hatted a
fair hall, causing a run to be scored,
when the umpire should call him
out for so doing.
'The matter was brought up be
fore the League on Tuesday even
ing and the protest was disallowed.
Tomorrow's games will be be
tween the Kahuluis and the Stais
at 1.30 p. in. and Waikapus vs
Healanis at 3 30 p. 111. The end
of the season is drawing near and
all the teams are doing their ut
most to capture the cup.
The Waikapus are still in the
lead with the Kahuluis a close
second and h ?reafter hard fought
games between all teams will be
the order of day.
STAN DING OF TH E TEAMS.
Played Won Lost Pctg.
Waikapu 10 7 3 700
Kahului 8 4 ' 4 500
Stars ) 4 5 44o
Healam 9 3 G 333
Walch this space
in our next issue
Tf mJ haw established a reputation whomever i me of our stores
is loeated fot high-class quality cigars ami tobacco. ( lur linn has
come to he know n as t he
HOUSE OF STAPLES
and we have been very e:n. I'ul to m o Hie quality of all our goods tip
to that high standard.
Some of tlie best kiioun cigars we carry arc:
Robert Burns, Little Bobbies,
Van Dyck, General Arthur,
M. A. Gunst& Co.
W H V
docs the Doctor prescribe PRIMO BEISR to restore the vital
ity of the patient, instead of Malt funic ?
Because it is more easily assimulated by a weak digestive
system; often it i- the only form of nourishment that the pa
tient can retain.
Some people class beer as a spirituous inpior. PRIMO
BEER contains only '2 of alci.hol.
It is the Malt Barley and Hops that are a food and tonic
for sick and well.
LlLfi FOR HEALTH
J. A. dos Reis
Harness nd Shoeiruihen
Has moved his shop from the
Queen's Lodging House to the
Aluli likiek on. Market Street.
All kinds of repair woik done with
promptness "ind satisfaction.
DR. .1. J. CAKEY
Ofliee over l'Vsl National Bank
Wuiluku, Maui, T. II.
Makket S'.Km. Wailuku
ANTONE BORBA, Prop.
Full lino of popular brands ot
CORDIALS, BRAND! ES.
AM:.- K1KS, GINS
Celebrated Prirao & Seaie
25c 2 Glasses 25c
Sfime Jable-3Cahului Slisilroacl Company
STATIONS f Pas. y STATIONS -
Pa l-'t Pas, j jn.ly I'- Pus
Kahului Leave 7.00 2.00 j p. M. Kahului Leave u20 1.20
Wailuku Arrive 7.12 2.12 j Puunene 'Arrive 6.35 1.35
Wailuku Leave 7.20 -2.20 j 4.15 Puunene .Leave C.40 1.40
Kahului Arrive 7.35 2.35 I 4.30 Kahului Afiivei' G.55 1.55
Kahului ' Leave 7.10 9.40 2.10 4.35 : 5.10 Kahului d-ave 8.10 3.10
Sp'ville Arrive !. 7.52 .1.55 2.52 j 4.17 ; 5 22 Puunei.e Arrive '8.25 3.25
Sp'vi'.'e Leave 7 55 10.15 2.55 j 4 5o ! 5 25 Puunei... Leave. 8.30 3.3i
Puia Arrive 8.10 10.35 3.10 , 5.00 j 5 40 Kukuhn Arrive 8.45 3 45
Paia Leave 8.20 10.50 3.20 5.C5 J 5.45 Kahului Leave v9.45
Sp'vdlH Arrive 8.35 3.35 ; Pumiene Arrive 10.00
Sp'ville Leave 8.40 3.40 , I milM.,. j(.ave .. i) M
Kahului Arrive 8.52 11.30 j 3.52 5.30 cur, K.tlmiui Arrive '10.15
Kahului Leave 8.55 1.00 ', 3.55 ;
Wailuku Arrive j lt.10 ! 1.30 j 4.10
Wailuku Leave i 9.20 j 2.00 '. 4.15 ', .
Kahului A 1 rive ' 9.35 2.3o j 4.30 ! j 1
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