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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T.( SATURDAY. OCTOBER LM, ,908
What is Best for Maui
Is Bfist for the News
MA U J
In-Session with Important
Work for Grand Jury.
The Circuit Court of tin- Second
Judicial Circuit was called to order
promptly nt ten o'clock on Wednes
day morning with Judge A. X. Ko
The court announced that it would
fir.it consider the matter of excises,
hut as there were none to apply for
tho same, the memhers were called
to the jury hox where all were found
to he present. Deputy Attorney
General A.' D. Larnach examined
the memhers of the jury as to their
qualifications as jurors. lie first
asked them whether each of them
could read, write and speak tho
English language. Whether any of
them had ever heen convicted of a
felony, and whether any of them
know of any reason why he could
not sit as a juror. As there were no
responses to the contrary, he passed
This memhers of the har were then
asked whether any of them wished
to make any further examination
hut there were no responses.
. Tho jury was sworn in and the
Charge of the Court read to them.
The Court instructed the jury that
it would take thirteen of its number
to sit on any case and twelve of its
numher must agree on a verdict.
D. II. Davis was appointed forc
inan of the jury.
I'olice oilicor John Forreira was
sworn in as hailiiY.
W. J. Cool ho was sworn 'in as
Hawaiian interpreter, James R.
Love as Japanese, interpreter and
later in" the day M. R. I'eivira was
sworn in as Portuguese interpreter.
The suit of the heirs of I!. Mia to
ret aside a deed of 1!. .Mia to Rev. J.
Kekipi was set for hearing on
Tho suit of Rosalie Forreira, a
minor .versus W. T. Robinson for
an accounting was set for Thiusday
Case numher four entitled II. P.
Baldwin vcivus the Territory of
Hawaii (a fishery right) was dis
missed on motion of Attorney J.
L. Coke, who represented tho plain
tiff. All of tho other fishery cases were
continued for the present and will
l)e hoard some time soon after tho
present session of the court is over.
In two criminal cases tho parties
did not respond to the call of their
names and their hail was declared i
forfeited. As it was shown that in
each case the defendants had heen
instructed to appear at a later day
the Court ordered that they ho given
atrial if they came into court later.
Antone Faustino was called into
court hut as his attorney announced
that he had withdrawn from the
THE FIRST NATIONAL
Clias. M. Cooke, President
I). II. Case, 2iil Vice-President
C. I). I.nfkin, Cashier
CONDENSED STATEHUNT TO COMPTROLLER
nt the close of business, JIny 14th, 1908
Loans and Discounts $127,787.14
United States llonds 16,500.00
Premium on U. S. Iionds 450.01
Oilier llonds (quickly convert) 51,800.00
Cash and Due trom Hanks 50,720.71
Hanking House, Fnrnitnre.etc 7.2S7-3J
Due from U. S. Treasury 825.00
TRKIUTORV OK HAWAII. ) 00
COUNTY 01' MAUI, '
I, C. D. Lufkiu, Cashier of the alxive named bank, do solemnly swear that the
above statement is true to the best of my. knowledge and belief. '
t C. D. LUI'KIN, Cashier,
k Subscribed and sworn to before me this 24th day of May, 1 90S.
In Kahuhii with European
The full rigged ship La Annoc
with a cargo frofh Europe consist
ing of coal from Wales, White
Brothers cement, lire hrick and
lire clay haal last arrived in port
All on hoard are well hut the
ship encountored very severe wea
ther off the horn.
Captain Guriee loportod that
while Ins ship was off thw horn his
vessel was near a vassel wliilo it
foundered at sea hut owing to the
raging storm ho wasunuhlo to ren
der any assistance.
Tho vessel is a full rigged ship
of the class that is now seldom seen
ill those waters. ,
.She is sailing under the bounty
system of France. Under this sys
ten) she draws a bounty on the
number of miles logged. Vessels
under this system give very cheap
The French Government makes
a deduction from the bounty for
every day she lies in port which
makes it an object for the vessel to
unload as rapidly as possible. The
freight rate is therefore less to the
consignee where the freight is un
There are over forty men aboard
the ship and therefore unloading
can be done rapidly.
The bounty system of Franco en
ables that country to have a largo
marine losorve force in ease of war.
The ship is laying in the 1'helps
berth and will gc to San Francisco
in a-few days.
ease the defendant was given fur
ther time to secure an attorney, and
his case will come up later.
Kaulupoo was in court to answer
to a charge of adultt ry. The Dep
uty Attorney-(lent nil asked" tho
court to suspend sentence for a
period 'of thirteen months and lot
the defendant go as lie hail already
spent three months in jail ami -that
he had boon a faithful laborer in
jail, The request was granted.
The suit of James L. Cornwell
versus Viola and others went by do
fault of the defendants.
Op Thursday morning argument
was made in the suit of Rosalie For
reira versus W, T. Robinson, and
tho plaintiff' was given until Friday
morning to amend their complaint.
A case of unusual interest was
one to set aside' a deed to Rev. J.
Kekipi executed by I!. Mia and
wife. This ease is one that called
forth a scathing rebuke to Kekipi
by the grand jury a number of
Contimied n Page 6.
BANK OF WAILUKU
V. T. Robinson, 1st Vice-President
R. A. Wadsuorth, Director
A. Aulberg, Auditor
Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
Surplus and Profits 22,501.67
v-uivu, rsotary euuuc sec. juu. uircuu
Are Most Emhusiasticaii'
The Kuhio party arrived on Maui
this week and have made a tour i
east Maui from Kipahulu to Lahai-
na, speaking at Kipahulu, -liana,
Nahikn, Kahuhii, Makawao, Kula
Waihee, Wailuku and Lahaina and
in each place they have been most
enthusiastically received by immense
crowds of enthusiastic crowd.
In Kahuhii on Wednesday even
ing the speakers wore met by an
immense crowd who listened atten
tively to tho reputations of the
claims of Link McCandless.
At an early hour on Thursday
evening an immense crowd had
gathered on Market street to hear
tho speakers. As the. speakers wen
late in coining to Wailuku Rev. S.
Kapu was invited to address tin
throng that had gathered to hear
the speakers. S. Keliinoi made
short introductory address and
urged the people to remember the
results of the team work done by the
local ball team, (the Morning Stars)
1,1. . .
wno nan won a victory every year
for a number of years in Wailuku
by all working as a unit and as a
result had defeated every team whom
they had opposed until this year
they wont down to defeat as a result
of lack of team work.
Rev. S. Kapu in his opening re
marks said he would confine him
self to the work of Kalanianaole.
lie said the name meant love of
heaven without measure. You all
know that Kalanianaole had done
for us. If you deny tlroso things
the very heavens will rise ami pro
claim what he has done.''
He dwelt at some length on tho
groat benefits that have come to Ha
waii as a result of his work there,
lie said then let us turn to Oahu
and she will tell you of the great
benefits that have conic to hoi as a
result of the great woik that ho has
done for. her that have never been
i quailed in the past. Benefits that
have run into many millions of dol
lars. With all of these benefits to
his credit isn't it strange that men
will go about belittling what ho has
done, while such men as Secretary
Garfield will toll you that ho is well
thought of in Congress and speak in
the highest terms of tho great work
that ho is doing for you.
"Tho Republican party works
for your benefit and brings many
benefits to all and 1 regret that there
are nearly one half of you who pre
fer the ones who stay at homi
do nothing -but make vague
inises of great benefits that
know they cannot fulfill.
I want you to stick by those
have stuck by you and are
standing by you. Certain Demo
crats come to you and have made
all kinds of promises, hut they have
never done anything for you and
know that even if elected they can
not fulfil their promises.
At this time A. L. C. Atkinson
appeared and tint speaker gave way
to him. Archie .Mahaulu recited
an Hawaiian niele that was well re
ceived by those who could under
Mr. Atkinson said that the prin
cipal thing for the betterment of
tho Territory that is now before' the
people of tho Territory of Hawaii is
the election of Kuhio.
Up to the time that Kalanianaole
was sent to Congress not a single
cent had been appropriated for Ha
waii. To-day he has over six mil
lion dollars to his credit.
(Continued cm Page 2.)
Political Campaign is Wax-
Charles K. Not Icy arrived in
Wailuku, Friday evening and ad
itrosseil a good size audience 011
Market street and proceeded to
paint as bad everything that the Re
publicans had done and everything
that McCandless had promised.
From the balcony of the Aloha
Saloon ho was introduced to the
public by C. ii. Kookoo,
He claimed that Kuhio was a tool
of the corporations and was allowed
to hold his seat in congress for nod
ding his head when told to by theJ
henchmen of the corporations. He
dwelt for some time on the many
things that the Prince had done
that were not for the people and of
what he had failed to do that would
have been for their good.
After ho had paid his respects, in
this manner to the I'rineohe turned
on McCandless and proceeded to do
lie urged the people to take to
agriculture and to cultivate their
lands as that was an honorable oc
cupation that none could justly be
He ridiculed Delegate McCand
less, who is endeavoring to get
Hawaiian votes with his public
land promises, and yet, when the
same McCandless was a Republican
member of the Territorial Senate, he
ipposcd a measure raising the wages
of a laboring man to Sl.oOpor diem
by saying that a Hawaiian could ex
ist on 61 and a piece of salmon per
liem. Ho told them also that the
report that I'rince Kalanianaole had
said at the Republican Territorial
Convention held in Honolulu last
month: "K nana i ka ili" (behold
thy skin) was a fabrication by the
neniies of the I'rince to hasten the
establishment of a government by
commission, but it will never come.
The spi a ki r berated the I'rince for
not working in Congress to yet $!5
per day jury fees for the Torritorv
of Hawaii along with the other
Western Stale sand Territories.
He told them that it was a Repub
lican Legislature which incurred Un
bonded indebtedness of the Terri
tory to nearly 8 1,000,000, the inter
est alone amounting to 320,000
during the fiscal period, which is
being paid with the rents and pro
ceeds of sales of public lands of the
Territory. He claimed a Home Rule
.egislature would have better sense
than to create such a burden on
posterity. Ho said that it was in
the power of the Governor to give
out lauds to indigent and needy
Hawaiians, forty acres of first-class
agricultural land for So, or eighty
acres of poorer lands for the same
amount on the !)!l!)-year lease home
stead law, but it was never done,
and in its place Delegate Kalaniana
ole succeeded in amending tho Act
in Congress raising the term of lease
of public lands to corporations front
live years to fifteen years, and would
lave passed at twenty years if ho
had his way. He warned tho natives
not to vote for Democrats, for-it
was a Democrat, Congressman New-
lauds, wlrohad robbed Hawaiians of
the land of their birth by the pas
sage in Congro-s of the Newlands
Annexation Resolution, that the
Democrats who are going forth and
declaring their undying love for tho
poor Hawaiians were at heart and
in reality enemies of tho Hawaiians,
for the constitutional irm-ernmoiil
established by Kaiijohanieha 111
after the restoration of Hawaii's hi
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Knifing of Lane is Generally Believed. Atkinson
Badly Wanted in Honolulu to Assist
in Local Campaign.
("SI'UCIAL TO TIM; MAUI NUWS.t
Sugar )(! dog. test .1.03 Reels 10s -ld.
HONOLULU, October 2:!. It. is generallv believed that Lane is
being knifed and that Aehi may land the mayoralty.
Cathcart will reply to Advertiser charges to-night.
Dissatisfaction i- expressed in the republican ranks at the lack of
management of tho campaign. It is believed that Atlrm0 ai..,,,i.i
linve remained here whore his services are needed.
Director Newell tells how to get
The trial of Wynne bus begun.
YOKOHAMA, October 23. Admiral Toim will .ri.-n
aboard the Mikasa today which will
ouu scnoot children wore entertained on the Connecticut today.
R A VFNSWOOD, West Va.. October ai.-l'.ro.nn 5. :
state. Ho made many speeches today.
NEW 1'ORT, October 215. Tho
on trial today.
NFW YORK, October 23. -Davion who for'r,,i f, r-i,..,in,i ....
(lorsoineiil of I aft has been arrested.
LONDON, October 2;.. Seventeen sun" racists ,.. n.n.i.i
disturbing a session of parliament.
MONTREAL, October 23. There is an oniilemii. ..f um,!.;.i i....
due to bad milk. The hospitals are
'JOKIO, October 23. The ollicers and men an. .r,.sta f .1..,
today. One event was a lantern
NEW YORK, October 23. The
lawyers headed by Alton R Parker
tenor of the stale.
NORTH VERNON, I ml , October 23.-Taft's ,.i..p i.
marked by an appeal for the labor
WINN 15 PER, October. 23. -The
HONOLULU, O.::ober 22., The
o'clock this niorniiii; for Magdalena May. h will bo augmented there
and indulge in target practice.
Governor Froar spoke at the Orphean, last niuht and advised
scratching yellow dogs.
Newoll savs it will I... ill advuod to use cane lands for anvtbing
but cane and adds there is a large a.ea suitable for small farms."
G. N. Wilcox gives f.,000 for the rescue home.
Cathoart will reply ... the Advert .ser's charge? at the Orpheum
Friday night. His suit against she Advertiser for damages amounts to
WASH INGTCJN, October 22. -Roosevelt in a letter to Senator
Kuo.v attacks Gompe.s.
ft Yl! AC US 15, October 22. Kern has abandoned (i.tos on account
of the serious illness of his son.
MANILA, October 22 Cholera has reappeared here. Seven new
cases were reported. Temblors are easing up. '
TOKIO, October 22. The ollicers of the (loot are being entertain
ed by leprosentatives of tho Imperial Government today at a luncheon.
TOKIO, October 22. 1,000 sailors will attend the irarden party
today. The Hoot sails for Amov Sunday. '
MANILA, October 22. It is believed the recent storm here caused
tho loss of 300 lives.
MANILA, October 22. Earthquake shocks continue.
HONOLULU, October 21. In an open letter tn the Stm- n..M..,..
denies all charges and demands an
uovernor lu-ear will spealc at the Orpheum to-night.
Sailors are being rounded up for tho departure of tho lleet.
EL PASO, October 21 Great damage was done by a tornado in
Now Mexico today,
NEWRURG, October 21 Tho Hudson river steamer New York
burned in the local shipyard today.
UNION CITY, October 21. One lawyer, supposed to have heen
killed by night riders, turned up today. He shamme'd death while
bullets were Jlying around him.
HONOLULU, October 21. Dole adds to charges againsj Cathcart.
. A libel suit amounting to G0,000 has been filed against the Ad
vertiser to date and more are expected.
TOKIO, October 21, American sailors are kept busy attending
countless entertainments. Spcrry and other admirals will bo present
ed to tho emperor today.
NEW YORK, October 21. A groat Bryan mooting was held here
last night under Tammany auspices at which Hariinon and Herbert,
two of ex-Prosident Clovelands cabinet officers wero speakers.
TOKIO, October 21, The Keios defeated the lleet baseball team
UNION CITY, October 21. Two attomnv um .,,ii.-,lnr,i ir
j night riders,
American farmers now readv to
bo followed by a smoker to officers.
U. S. shin ni.,.Ri,.r m,i., 9-? 1, ' ,
5' VSlWt I-Jllllll
parade in which 50.000 norsons (non-
Democrats btn-i. .n.u.;.,u,i r.nn
to safe-.manl (b,. lmllt ,1... ;..
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railroads are still oiipplod.
lleei haves .be I, .!....,.
immediate trial of the libel suits.