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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 19, 1910
! THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO. Lid j
BUYS AND SELLS RBAli ESTATE, STOCKS A BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGAGES
A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
l O. Box 34tf
Best quality for the money
That's what you can depend on when you deal with
U8. Our departments are always well stocked with
the bent and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with us.
The Laiiaina Store
Dry Goods, Groceries, Boots and
Plantation Supplies, etc.
WB HAVE TIICM IN ALL' SIZES
EASTMAN FILMS and
PREMO FILM PACKS
Put up in Tin Tubes to protect them from the tropical weather y
Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
Supreme Court Partly Sus
tains Circuit Judge.
A NEW FRAME
MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-frame yours.
Large assortment of ,
latest designs in picture
moulding Just received
per S. S. Hyades.
All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
will be sweetened by getting into a pair
these COLLEGE Broad toe, Has or Ox.
The quality of these shoes backed against
anything made and sold at $4.00 and we
mean every word of it. We sell them at
$4.00 and the man who buys them gets
more than he ordinarily expects.
We have them in both high and low, in
Tan, Russia and Black Vici.
Add 25 cents for Freight.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
, Si )
1051 FORT STREET,
1 he supreme court u Monday
k I Pi 1 1 1 .
me iin, nanueu down an opinion
in the case of Frank Roliello, Frank
Pires, Solomon Kealoha and Ma
t ii - i i. . .
ioiig, partially upnoiuing the vcr
diet and "judgment of the low
court and partially overruling the
circuit judge and verdict his of jury.
Die exceptions of RcImHo and Pires
ire sustained; those of Mafong and
Kealoha are overruled.
The defendants wore convicted of
larceny in the first degree upon an
indictment charging that at Kula,
district of Makawao, in the Island
of Maui, on March 7, 15)00, they
did unlawfully and feloniously steal,
take and carry away certain cattle,
seven in number, of the value of
8100, the property of the Ilaleakala
Ranch Company, then and there
found and not derelict. The court
sentenced Rebello to one vear at
hard labor, Pires ten months, Ma-
ong one year at the reformatory
school and suspended the sentence
of Kealoha. After arraignment,
when the case was called, the de
fendant objected to further apenr
anee of C W. Ashford as counsel
for the prosecution on the ground
that no authority authorizing him
to appear had been presented, and
excepted to the overruling of their
objection. This was a second trial,
the jury having failed to agree at
the former trial in which, without
objection by the defendants, Ash
ford was counsel for the prosecution.
A stipulation was made in court be
tween him, representing the prose
cution, and counsel for defendants,
that retrial lie set for April 14, 1900,
and on April 8, that the case be set
for April 13. Other cases taking
precedence this case was called
April 15, when the first objection
to Ashford's appearance was made.
The Syllabus says:
Criminal law counsel assisting
prosecution separate trials--change
' Unless otherwise directed by the
attorney general a county attorney
may consent to private counsel as
sisting the prosecution.
It may be proper to grant a mo
tion for a separate trial if season
ably made by defendants having
A motion --for change of venue on
the ground that extensive corporate
and personal interests prevent a
fair and impartial trial in the cir
cuit is properly denied, the appear
ing to be no abuse of discretion.
Larceny evidence by recent pos
session untruthfully explained ver
dict in part not sustained by evi
dence. Taking with felonious intent by
defendants M. it K. may be inferred
by recent possession untruthfully
explained. There tains no evidence
ot'her than hearsay of stealing by
defendants It. & P. the verdict
against them is not sustained.
Jury challenges for favor in
structions. Jurors in the employ of corpora
tions controlled by the president of
the ranch corporation owning the
stolen property, who having friendly
and even intimate relations with him
desire to retain his good will, are
not thereby disqualified, the judge
upon their examination finding
them to be "indifferent in the case.''
It is not error to find a juror dis
qualified by an opinion formed by
hearing general talk leaving an un
conscious tendendy to "lean on one
side,' and to "weigh one side a little
heavier than the other," but not a
fixed opinion as it would be changed
if what he heard was not true and
"le subject to the evidence on both
sides," nor to find that a juror has
sufficient knowledge of English al
though unable to define such words
as "impartial," "unbias," "prej
udice," testimony" or obligation."
A person representing the inter
ests of the prosecution is allowed
Government Submits Unique
iV new industrial law wnieii the
Roumanian government is submit
to the Parliament reveals a unique
condition of affairs in the industries
of the country. Py this law it is
proposed to place the question of
industrial employees on a radically
new basis for the reason that as
matters stand today, the percentage
of Roumanians among the mill ope
ratives and other employees is rela
tively insignificant. It is surprising
to learn that in this most advanced
of the Balkan states, which enjoys
great international prestige, it has
been found practically impossible in
the past to recruit the technical
and commercial personnel of the
cal enterprises from the Rouma
nians proper. As the law hitherto
in force provides that a certain per
centage of all employees must be
Roumanians, the manufacturers
obeyed the letter of this law by em
ploying the 'required number of
Roumanians for the manual work
and recruiting the higher employees
without regard to nationality. In
this way an indispensibleclassof em
ployees of alien race formed itself,
made up in a large measure from
the Jewish element, which", though
very numerous in Boumaniaand as
native as the Romanians proper, is
gaily considered foreign. It is this
state of affairs that the new law pro
poses to mend, once for all, in favor
of the Roumanian by an ingenious
system of privileges to be granted to
existing and future industrial enter
prise on condition of employment
of Roumanian citizens at a progres
sive rate. Anvjng these privileges
are notable such as these: Release
from taxes to the state, the conn
ties 'and the communes; free use of
water power; exemption from im
port duties on the entire equipment,
machinery and supplies; reduction
. i . ii . i
oi dunes on an raw materials; re
duction of railroad freight rates. In
order to enjoy the privileges the
concern must, at the beginning, pay
at least 25 per cent of its total wages
to Roumanian citizens, and this
proportion must have risen to 50
per cent at the end of five years, to
5 per cent if the privileges are to
be extended over another seven
yearsand to 80 per cent for a final
How Roumania is going to dis
pense with the foreign mercantile
and industrial personnel without
seriously discouraging foreign capi
tal is admittedly a very grave pro
blem. The new law does not attempt
to solve it, although such capital at
present dominates the industries
ompletcly. But it is also evident
that Roumania cannot hold her
place on a level with progressive
countries, let alone developing in
projMirtion, unless the nationaliza
tion of her industries, as provided
by that law, proceeds at a steady
ate. King Carol's speech from the
throne at the recent opening of the
Roumanian Parliament contained a
notable passage in reference to the
building up of native-owned and
native-operated enterprises as the
indispensable condition for the de
cisive role that Roumania, by her
position and her history, is called
upon to play in the development of
during the trial to sit with the pro
Instructions need not reiicat the
essential ingredients of larceny
whenever "taking'' or "getting pos
session" is mentioned if they have
been already defined. The expla
nation given of reasonable doubt is
approved. Certain comment on evi
dence docs nne justify setting aside
Do not throw jiway your
old books. Send t lie m to
the Maul Publishing Co.,
Printers and Book-binders.
THE FIRST NATIONAL JAM OF WAILUKU
C. It. Cix.ke, I'resiiU'iit V. T. Robinson, 1st Viee-President
1). 11. Cusp, 2iul Vice-l'n siileiil k. A. Wadsworth, Director
C. I). Uilkin, Cashier . A. AhIIktk, Au.litor
J. Cnrcia, Asst. Cashier
EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
nt the close of htWiness, December 31, 1909
RKSOIRCKS 1 UAMUTIKS
Loans and Discounts $1.43,642.41 Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
United States Iionds 25,000.00 Suiylns anil l'mfits 27,602.96
Honrts 6i.cci.cn llur to li.ints , .
Cash and Due from Hanks Sj.W.S-h Dividends rni;iicl 1 ,'400.00
Hankintr House, l'lirniture.etc cooo.oo CiriMihitimr ... - ,,-
Redemption Fund 2,250.00 Depositors. 202,050.7
K. &. O.
C. D. IA'FKIN, Cashier.
TERRITORY OK HAWAII. I L.0
COUNTY OF MAl'l, f '
I, C. I). I,ufkill. Cashier of the above tintneil 1 , 1 1 1- ,1,. cl,.,,,,,1,. n.i t.
t . - , . .'ii, hviii null luc
alve statement is true to the best of my knowledge and Ixlitf.
C. D. Ll'KKIX, Cashier.
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 4th day of January, 1910.
H. M. COKE, Notary Public Sec. Jud. Circuit.
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These instruments have many special, patented features
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C. D. LUFKIN, Agent.