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HAWAII'S PROGRESSIVE PAPER THE BULLETIN
Vol. XI. No. 1007.
HONOM1M1. TKKKITOKT OF HAWAII, MONDAY OCTOBER II 11
PmcE 5 Oentb.
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I .ijUwia! 1
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Memorial Resolutions Or
dered Placed on
JURIES TO BE DRAWN
BY LOT NOT SELECTION
The President of the United States an
Judge F.stco tiarccly touched IiIb
Hat In the United Btates District
Cturt UiIh morning before asking tho
acting District Attorney If lie hail any
thing to bring before thu cottrt.
Mr. Dunne answered In tho affirma
tive nnd then read the memorial reso
lution on thu death of President Mt
Klnley prepared by n commlttco pre
viously Appointed by Judge. Kstce. Tho
ti xt has already been published. It
was signed by J. J Dunne, acting DIs
tikt Attorney; C. A. (lalbrnlth, Jus
tlcc of thu Supreme Court of Hawaii;
tlllbort F. I.lttle. Judge of the Circuit
Court, and F. M. Hatch, member of
l ho liar.
Judge Ksteo Interrupted the reading
to sny that tho title 'Honorable'
bhoulil not appo-ir before William Me-
Klnloj's name. "The President 01 ins
I'nlted States hns no title," said the
Court. "Is not that so?"
tjto. Pitch answered: "Yes, lie has
tJDunnc- promised lo correct thu
drrfind proceeded with the reading.
tLct the resolutions bo spread on
the Tecorcjs, nnd u certified copy be
Kent to Mrs. SlcKInlc," was tho order
of the i ourt.
Mr. Dttnno next submitted tho draft
of n new rule, as ordered a few days
ago, relntlui to the drawing of Jurors.
It leads as follows:
"Thu clerk of said court shall, .at
Mich time or limes as ma) in- designat
ed by order of court, draw. In the pros
nine of tho Judge of said court, from
I ho box containing the names of the,
persons orlglnully selected for Jurv
duty, the names of such a number j(
pi ikoiis ns the court inny by order des
Iguate to servo ns grand Jurors, nnd
also the names of such a number ol
persons ns the court may by order des
Ignato to servo as petit Jurors. Tho
ngularity of such drawing shall be cor
tilled to by the Judge and clerk. Noth
Ing In these rules, or In this para
giaph. shall be construed to prevent
the drawing either of the names of
giand Jurors, or of tho names of petit
jurors, nor snail anything In theso
rules or In this paragraph be construed
to prevent thu drawing of such Jurors,
whether grand or petit, either for .tho
existing or tho next succeeding term.'
Judge Kstea ordc red the adoption of
tin- rule, saying: 'The object Is that
all Jurors shall be drawn by lot nnd
none by st lection."
The calling of the eilmlnal cnleudar
mid the rolls of grand und petit Jurors
tollowed In turn, this being the open
ing day of tho October term of the
Vtde rnl Court.
As both tho Supreme nnd Circuit
Ccurts of tho Territory were lu tes
slon upstnlrs, tho attendance of attor
neys was small, there being present nt
one time, and another J. .1. Dunne,
W. A. Whiting. W. O. Smith. Thomns
ritili. W. L. Stnnlov, K. M. Hatch.
W. A. Kinney, S. M. Ilallou. Charles
Dolti nnd I.. M. Straus. Mr. Dole was
admitted to practice In the United
States Courts on presentation by Mr
BELLE COLE CONCERT.
WINKLUW AGAIN ARIUJ8TI1I).
Dr. II, E. Wlnslow was 'arrested Sat
unlay on another charge of assault and
battery, this time on a girl, Ah Kawal
Aulu (vv), Chinese The defendant np
piared lu tho Police Court this fore
noon nnd, at the re quest of tbe pro.se
cution, the casu was continued until
Saturday next, the d.i) sit for the first i
eusn itgalnst Wlnslow.
After the trial, the de fendnnt was
aguln conducted to tho prison yard,
thero having no ball bien furnished In
the seinnd rase,
SITE - -
Wu ofle r the feo simple of a valuable
plete of warehouse ground on Prison
road. I wild, near O. II. & h. Co.'s
The groun.. Is available also for
Oriental stores and lodgings.
OF I VERY 01
KM I no, an Italian, was tried In the
1'ollcu Court this forenoon on tho
charge of vagrancy. Attorney F. M.
urooks appeared for the defendant.
llliio was lound in a housa on KJM,
sllctt some nights ago In compsyT
with Itoso Watson, a woman of ques
tionable reputation. Sun Cbec, a Chi
uaman, was with tbc woman at the
time the police entered the place.
1 ho prosecution put Uftlccr Spencer
and Datoctivc Knapa on the stand
and both these witnesses testified that
they had not seen Klllpo doing anj
wcrk for three or four months pant.
Attorney llrooka moved for a ells
charge. The motion was denied nnd
Klllpo took the stand. I'rom tho be
ginning to tbc end of the testimony,
tha witness showed great excitement.
Ills first act was to take 1500 m gold
from Ms vest, pocket nnd throw It on
tbe table. Then he went on with his
Ho and Roso Watson had romo from
Australia. He was a miner In the for
mer place and hnd laid by soma $3000,
wblcb be brought with him to Hono
lulu. Ho bad deposited thn major pari
of this money with the Safe Deposit
Diving Into his pockets again, Flllpo
produced certificates of deposit and
oilier papers which ho brought from
Australia with him, showing that ho
really had money nt thut place.
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngwoith start
ed in to nrobo to the bottom tho man's
relations with tho woman In the case.
both In Australia and tho Islnnds, but
tho Italian was equal to the emergency
end did not give out nny icautnou)
damaging to himself.
rilipo having given proof of ample
money to support hlmHclf, Was ells,
Deputy Sheriff Chllllngworth at thlf
point stated that Sun Chee, tho Chlni
man caught with Hose Wotson In Kl-
IIIIID llVJItm -, IUIIIU ti,V UU ...UK'..
bad put up -5 on thn charge of forni
cation and then disappeared. TIiIb be
ing so. tho woman defc tulnnt, was sum
ripucd und a nolle prosequi ntered In
For groceries, ring up Ulue 911.
pjLicr. court Norns.
Jose Marin Curtis, a t'orto Hlcun.
appcl ed In tho Police Court this fcno
neon on the charge or stealing v."
in. in ii woman of his own nationality
A plea- of not guilty was entered auO
tlie ease was continued until toiuor
Paulo, a native, charged with assault
end battery on his wife, had his taut;
put over until tomorrow. The native
was artested on Saturday nnd, on
promising not to assault his wifo ngnln.
was allowed to go. It was not many
hours licfoie ho was re-arrested on tnc
svmo charge. This morning his wife
a; pi ared nt thu police station and
tried to beg of! for her husbnnd, but
the prosecution would not allow any
Ten Japanese caught playing "Una
slan war" Saturday night were flnejrf
tin and costs each. A plea of guilty
was made In each rase.
Must Not TrcHPBHK.
Wru Tnjlor will send up to the
aung forest of the government lu
N'mmnii valley tomorrow, a halt dozen
largu sign boards warning trespassers
against carrying off nny of thn young
treis whlih have recently been planted
theie. A sharp lookout will be kept
for trespassers nnd, If an) one Is
caught, he or she will be prosecuted In
the full extent of the law.
If pcoplei ileslio trees for planting,
they can get nil they want by uppljlng
nt the government nursery.
Captain HoudUtto of the Oceanic .
S. Sierra, has been fined MOO hy Col
lector Stratton of San I'ranilseo for
not having ovcrcnrrled goods from
Australia for this port properly ntnnl -
rented In San Francisco before leaving
mere on tlm return trip. Tho goods In niuiseir, as no was then serving 'In
question wero six bundles of leather on "'" box."
which the duty innouutcd to over 00. ., At ''"' c)"clrisll" n' "" exuinlnu
T ho bundles were nut off here on the,""1."'' " waH Ummi tn" l,acl was short
lasttrlp.of the steamer und seized b
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t'l eloeal nuthmltics ns they were foi
e Ign goods.
FHARLLHK LAID UP.
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4,i.- iu( i rmiiT. in iuiii iii ii-li lIUK ' Jllfy,
a much needed overhauling to her ma I jiin T. llrown was repented as a
ehlni'iy. A large gang of mtn are aljne.nbi'r or the Senate, but thu court
work on her engines and hollers tiiul , t-nlil it v;ns no ic-vpon why ho should
she will be tcady for work again In n.,iflt answer to bis namo
a...-.. nil . .1 W f 1 A u tititu tun u im Aii.iml i.wt ft I.
lew eiii)s, inis morning me steamer
Huwall towed the Wilder and Andrew
Welch Into port and did tho work well
PEARL IIAItrtOR. CASKS.
Mr, Stanley, on behalf of thn Illshop
Estate, asked Judge. Kstie If ho was
going to give a decision on the Jury
question In tbe Pearl Harbor condem
nation rasrg today. He was answerej
that n decision might to expected t
morrow or next lay.
RAYMOND PECHo.SCH, VIOLIN
IST. 11m two games of baseball which
wero tn have been played on Saturday
Inst will take place on tbo Maklkl
gicunds Saturday next. Somo good
bard practlco will be put In by all
four teams during tho present week.
Thero will bo no further attempt on
the part of tho Winter League to ob
nln tho Oahu College campus. The
will struggle along with the Makikl
recreation grounds until tho seison's
scries or games havo been completed
Stop at Mrs. Hanna's new millinery
toro on Fort street near Chaplain
.Judge Estee Made One
Citizen of Poor
NOT ENOUGH ENGLISH
Two British Subjec's Answer The'r
Vames Grand and Petit
Jury Panels Both
"Did not I make a cltlten of you
hrcnttso you could bu a Juryman? I
mndi! one mistuke there and sha!. not
mnkei nnotluT of the satun kind."
Ihus. with a slight flush of anger.
Judge Cstee addle ssed Frank I'errelra
in thu United Stutes District Court this
I'errelra, when nsked If ho knew of
any re-nson why ho should not serve
cm the petit Jury, hnd answered. "I
talk Hngllsh too little." When Judge
I'steo nsked him, after tha rebuke nl
unity stated, how, on being nuturnlU
ed, ho hnd stated that ho could spe-uk,
lead und write English, I'errelra
stammered out: "1 talk Kngllsh good
e t'liugh on plantation but not the
When the grand Jury was being call
ed I). l.lod Con Kl Ing, second on the
rr II. answered thu usual question Ii)
snlng the only reason ui could give
fin not serving was that he was n re
porter on n newsiaper.
"Oh, you're Just the- kind of n man
we vvnnt on the Jurj," was thu court's
II. N. Almy was reported as serving
on n Jur upstairs.
"Well, ho should answer to his name.
Let an attachment issue."
J ami h McQueen was leported ns be
Ing a poor mm with six children who
hud gone to Hun Francisco tu buy
slock. An uttieehment was ordered to
Issue, thn coint lemnrklng thnt a man
with six children nnd billing stock
in Sin Francisco could not be n poor
A. J. Campbell was In San Francisco
und had not been served.
Marcus Cdlburn wns dead long bo
fore his namo was drawn.
Horace- J. Craft was servlnu on the
Territorial Ornnd Jury then in sea
stoii. "Wo do not want tho United
Slates to run against nnybody," said
the court, and excused him.
Frank Drown doubted It be wns an
American citizen. He took uu oath ol
iilleglumo to the lato King Kalukaua.
swinrlug not to commit treason.
"You coubl not commit In iiitnn
nnilnst him If von wero not hi. mil.
Jeet," said Judge Kstoe. "Where! wero
Mr. Ilrowu answered this and an
le ther question by baying bo was born
in Kiigianci nnd had lived lu thu Ha
v.allan Islands since 18411.
"Von havo lived herb tltty-tlvo years.
It'b pictty nenr tlmo you wero an
Vineilean citizen. You are excused,
inld .Indue Ksteu.
J. T. Stacker was editor of the II i
wall Herald and had nobody to take
Ids place. Thei court nskeel him If he
e unlet not hnvo left the paper In charge
ot his wife.
"My wlfo lives sixteen mliis out ol
llllo nnd has four littlu children to
Itck alter," was tho answer nnd Sir.
Slacker wns excused. The court re
marked that It hnd already taken a
newspaper man because) It wanted
Hint kind of Jury material.
J. T. Crawley wns excused on nc
count of biiug on tho Tnriltorla! Jury.
I nnd the order for nttuchment ngalust
N. Almy wns revoked on tho lufor-
. nintlou that hu could not answer for
unu u vcnlro or seven persons was or
derid to bo returnable nt 10 o'clock
The calling or thu petit Jury result
ed In only twelve men being found
Charles SI. Cookn was ovcuse,l be
Ifil1i.it Ills littti nn tlui 'P.ih. lly.Mlnl f1....l
" - "" "" iviiiiuiiui eiiiiini
" " """" "" ""
'""'ir0 "f I,UnB ln Ula J,,ry box l,p"
C. II Willis was reported by Act
Ing Marshal 13. It. Hendry as exempt
fiom being postmaster at Hanaloi. Tho
court's comment showed that this de-
I ended on his having charge of a post-
otllco rated above f00 a year
J, 3. Uunarlo of llllo was exiur.cd
on a physician b certlllrutc. ns was
John F. Ilowlor of Honolul.t.
John O. Rothwcll Btepped out on
the strength of being a lliilhh Feb
II F. Singer was excused because
The Merchants' Parcel Delivery
Delivers packages to any
part or tho city for 10c up
wards. Try them. Phone blue 621.
Packages shipped o
nil parts of the United
States and Europe.
OIllco, 1017 nothot BL,
opposite Honolulu Market
he was kept up nearly til night In his
J. S. Martin nleacMfl uiiavallini.lv
that ho was cutter In line on tr.tloilnc
Wm, W Chamberlain was uo con
sldcrod dlsuuallllixl beCautc he was a
clerk In the law office of Smith (.
lwls, although he said thn Terrlto
rial court bad excused him for that
Neither did tlfn court sen that Hob
ert N. lloyd should not servo on n
Jury because ho was a road engineer
for the Government.
A veulro of twelve persons was or
dered for the petit Jury, returnable on
Thursday at 10 o'clock.
Hack No 4, driven by J. McGuIre
of 113 stand on Metihant street, play
ed havoc at the corner of Kurt and
Merchant street between 9 and 10
o clock this morning.
Tbe hack was standing far down the
lino on-Mercnant street, almost oppo
site tho third gate of the Lowers &
Cooke lumber vard. Something fright
encd the animal, which started off
at a Jump. MeCluIre was standing
right beside his horse nt the time but
he was unable to 'stop him. On tlie
other hand, tho horse, taking to the
sldowalk between the fenco nnd the
remainder of the hacks, throw blin
ignlnst tho fencct and bruised him
Tho horso then look lo the street
nnd At the llnnkSif Hawaii corner, ran
he hack Into w. B. ltowells open
cnrrlngo. to which w'ns nttnehod one ol
tlie) fractious lilack horses wliieh hc'r tho country Is n short distance i
i.as noon driving ror sometime past. above llilku. lu the mouutuluous t
Tho speed of tlm hack horso wns sn(,.0 ,U11 niere still remains standing
outfit, ntilmal and all. was forced into'
tu-" " "-- """'" " "
a graceful somersault. The rig was
badly smashed, but foi Innately the
Uorse sustained no Injmy whatever.
Having accomplished this feat, the
horse continued on to thu opposite cor
ner, where there wus a collision with
the phaeton of A. II. Wood, which
wus standing outside Henry Water
house! V. Co's offices, 'fills vehicle
was vcrv badly damaged Fortunate
ly Mrs. Wood hnd Just got out of the
carriage it very feu minutes pi ov Ions
to the runaway.
Mcdulre's horse stopped of Ills own
ticrord and was captured b specta
tors. Neither the boises of Mi. How
"!' or Mr. Wood offered to run nvvay
Aside from a bent dashboard. Mc
Cairo's hack suffi'ied but little
horse was not even scratched.
The bark Andievv Welch after n long
trip of 27 dnjs from Han Francisco ar
rived this morning. She brings n
large cargo of ha and grain. An tin
cargo below clerk was light the bl
derkload madu the vessel ton heavy
so that when a good wind blew sail had
to be shortened. This ace mints for the.
v, .!' lone trln K.'WTil nnssrnei r '" """" l"" "a" "" i" ' '
, !...," ..,r;..,,n'rn.?:,.'fU'--l 'f. "'"' Mr- Ilnldwln Is anxious
Including Mrs. Drew, wife of the corn-
mnnder of tlm Welch arrrlved tn the
rUi t'-i f'J fj, f S fa r "1 tl "-J Ij
O Wnlluku, Octobei U. The Knahiimanu church is rccedvltig u O
O new btllllant rent of paint. Tie painters hnvo completed paint- O
O Ing tbe lusldc of thn rhureli, and nio at work on the outside' A O
O II. Naouo sticieeded In painting tbo lofty church Mi epic, which Is O
O qulto a ilnugerous tnsk. Thn town eloel. on the ehuteh lower will O
O next reei'lvo attention, but what tho clock needs more than a O
O new coat of paint Is n thoiough overhauling, for It lit a pit) to see O
O such un expeiiblvo clock Its original cost wns $i00 go to ruin
O The clock has never kept correct time for soveinl jeais pant; O
O It either loses thlrt) seconds or gains Hint much per day. '1 lie O
O practice or lato has hi en, to movo the hands or the clock nhend O
O about twenty minutes every month. It will tube bcveral buudred O
O dollars to put this clock In perfect order. Watch makets elalin O
O that tho reason that Hie clock doc.e not keep good time Is because O
O thero s no glnss cover to keep tho wind fiom plajlng havoc with O
O thn hands. Unless this Is demo tho confidence of tho public In O
O the clock us a timekeeper will never bo restored. O
O Hut tlmo Is a very small factor on Mnul Tbo difference In O
O tlmo between Wnllut.it unci Sprecl.elsvlllu Is iienrl) tort) llvo lulu C
O iitcs. O
BATTLE ABOUT TO CLOSE
Tbo Even ng Ilulle.Mii baseball contest tleisos tomorrow evening nt rt p m.
Votes may be deposited at this oIIlco up lo that hour. The llulletln has
requested the lending eonto3tnnts to havo n representative at thin ol'.lco to
bo present ror the official counting or ihe votes, nt which tlmo a commlttco
or live) will bo appointed and hav.1 entlro charge or tho tnllots Ihey well
decide who hns receive d tho greatest number or votes, ami the oineliil
count will bo published lu tho llulletln October 16.
OOKMAN .- niS4p
TliOriPSON ". s' 13 1
OLEASON ," a'084
HERRICK '.'...'.'.'.'.'.'.'. !V5i
HOSSriAN .". . 1,686
LESLIE , bs,
gist Investigate Re
ANNIHILATION OF KOA
AND CAUSES THEREOF
Baldwin Would Like Concession from
Government to Fence Govern
ment Lands Eucalyptus
I'rof. A. Koebelo, the Oovcrnnicnt
cLtomologlst, returned lu the Claud
tin- Sundu) morning, alter n living tri
to Mnul for the ptirposo ol Invesilgat
im- romnlatnts which hnd eome recent
w frimi Hint Ihlnnd. iletnllliiL- thu d
.function of koa trees bl some kind ol
I'roliMHor Koebeln went lo llulk'j.
the home of Senator lliildwlu. nud
fii'in there traveled to the place pit tic I
uiflry complained nbout. This section
".at umi pmcc mu nw mill wuun. mi
til iccently. A Hocking used for the
put pose or rutting up tuu Mm ttecs
of the place for shlpmi'ut to Honolulu
nnd other pnits of the Inlands fur thu
pi.'iiiurncture of futnltmo and nathu
bowls wlili Ii commutid such a blgl
price on thu inniket.
1'tofessor Koebele had the following
to sn nbout tlie conditions he found
tlcie- "I hud liceu told that lns'cl
line cnused the destitution of the koa
tices, but I found other agents fur
trorc! dcstiuctlve In their nntuio.
'When Mr. Hocking cut uut the big
fc lest trees to siw up, he of course
did not pay mm li nttcntlon to the
lounger ttees, und the rouseiiien(u
was thnt these were badl mutilated
pud the bark Injured At the doot ol
this ! out ma) bo I lid the blitue fnt
the destruction of a large utimber ot
the kot tiees.
"Aguln, theie have been fires In Ilia
diHrlct, cattle have trampled do in a
lingo number of the koa trees, th
llilo grass bits choked out Inutimernbla
others, and an Insect has attached tho
leaves and cnused some destruction?'
Some time ago Mr. Dnldwln purchas
ed from Mr. Hoiking thn several bun
died arics of valuable finest land
.vlileli tlie latter owned, the prlco paid
d""k ."' mac pinici mr poriion
to sec tiro n concession to fi nre that
', rton r the land adjoining, which
beloncs to tho Government.
Pt P t; Pa Hn ! P" ? "t rt- a
Mr. Baldwin has ever been n man
anxious fot tho prolongation of tbo
life of tho forests all over the Islands
1 11,1s fact was strongly brought out
'during the last regular session of tho
I.cglslntuie, when, as a member of tl.c
Senate, his words and actions Inspired
the other members to n cloi-er tnvettl
Cation of tho condition of thu forests
on the Islands.
. "It will be necessary," sajs I'rofes
i nor Koebele, "not only to fenro off the
frrcst laud on Maul, but to find some
means of destroying the llllo grass,
which I found to be four feet thick
above Haiku nnd which cffectunll)
chokes out every young tree that hap
pens to come within the radius of Its
dangerous tendrils. I think that If
theso matters are looked to and thero
Is no further cutting of what koa trees
nre left, tho forest will again spring
up In all Its original beauty. Tho fun
gus now to be found will not do so
"While on Maul. I lenrned that Mr.
Ilaldwln Is planting on bis lands in the
neighborhood of fifty or sixty thousand
trees each )enr, the grot majority of
theso being foreign species. Mr. liald
win stntes Hint Inrelgn trees do tho
best, since they hnvo no enemies here.
"A Inrgo number of the different spo
cles of eucal)ptus trees have ocen nnd
are being planted. As on this Island,
theso trees have been found to bo In
valuable. They grow quickly nnd to
great sire's. In Oltndi thorn nre some
trees fully two hundred feet high nnd
with Immense girths."
Professor Koebele. while on Mnul,
collected a great lot of material fot
breeding purpoH'S. Ho hns alreud)
vO to work with Ihesei specimens nnd
expects some c":c client results.
i he mm
AITAKfcNI LLllAL lANULt
IN THE FEDERAL COURT
Thomas Fitch Makes a Fight to De-!
tcrmine the Position of Baker
and McDonald in Their
Captain Walbuo of the bark Sea
King wns tbe only defendant or the
whole lot ol masters and mutes under
bends to appear and answer the ehnign
01 assault em snnien tipun tne titgii
se ns who did appear nnd uuswer lu tho
United Stntes.Dlstrlrt Court this morn
icg. Appearance wns mndu by nttor
ttev, bowevei. In two otlur cnics. but
with whnt avail tu save them from
(onsciiuiiiccs or not appearing lu per-
ben cannot do seen until tno determi
nation or questions raised In that cull
ncctlou. To tho lajman tho present
situation might look like u legal tau
After Cuptalu Wallace bad answered,
tbo name of John McDonald was call
eel, without response.
Ml. Dunne Immediately moved that
.McDounld s ball bo forli iti'd and a
be neb wnriant issued for ills nrrested.
This being gi anted by the court, the
name of Cliniles linker was calle d, aud
no annuel- made, whereupon
Dunne repeated the motion In
Thomas Flteb at this stage arose tn
ll resent both McDonald nnd linker.
Ihe parlies who rliutged under Intor
mt.Htmu ullli mi ,.rritLi 41. ..I icniili...!
Ii 1Iletn11ntn1.il tho lurorniailons wero
dlHiiisHcd. llakor prone-clod with bis
hl to Sm Francisco from w hence be
hud written to Mr Fileb, asking wbeth
r no would navu time to go to K)d
nc) with his ship and snjlng if not he
ki uld conn to Honolulu hy steamer II
lie e efb.iry, win novel notified. Public
netlee was given by District Attomoj
lii.iru t11.11 tno c Purge co.ilil not bu
11 tide, iiecordliig to thu facts ascertain
ed undei a rertuin section or tha stat
ute (incited. H It were a misdemeanor,
Uu defendant could bo tried without
DC Ing present. Counsel pleaded that,
limit r alt tho circumstances, It would
bo nu net of lnd ftillli to forfeit bis
Judge Ksteo was willing to withhold
ihe orelei until next Slouda) lu both
cases. He. baljl Im did not understand
1110 incts to tie us related by Sir.
r'lteh Iho evidence wns such that
uu ueienuanis weie Held to Ii" in
dicted nt thin term aud when released
Of ball they were ordered to bo in
court on tho 11th day of October.
A. Uooney falling to nnswor to I1I1
tiflnip. besides having no counsel to
repiescnt him, an order wns madu to
fctfelt his ball nnd Issue a bench war
rent for his nrrest.
Sir Fitch was not Batlsflod with tho
ptsltlon of his clients nnd, whilo the
juries wero being 1 ailed mid examined,
ho undertook somo little research of
the records. At thu nut opportunity
ho requi steel thnt tho court reporter
take down a motion to set aside tho
Older Just mnclu. l.eavo bolng grant
cd ho related from n memorandum
the former proceedings, the conclusion
0' his allegations being to tho effect
that McDonald ami linker wero out on
ball under Informations ror misdemea
nors. Judge F.stco told him ho would have
to iln nnttrn tn tin, Illutrlrt Attnrnnr.
so as to give him time to prepare an'
answer to the motion. I
"Ho didn't notify mo of tho appllea I
lion for forfeiture of tho bond." re
joined Sir. Fitch.
Fiidny morning at 10 o clock wn
1:1 any set ini argument. 01 tnc moiion
Sir Fitch having undertaken to pro-
sent thn facts by affidavit
Sir. I Itch announced formally, then,
that as counsel for StcDonnld and Ila
her ho was tend) for trial at any time
fixed by thu court. He hnd prcvlousl)
noted exceptions to tho court's ruling.
COLE AT THE OPERA
W, Vlda, Charles Crowcll, A. Fer
nandez, P. II. Snjdcr, W, 11. Johnron,
O. C. Horfgnard, P. Cockctt, R. C,
Scarlo and II. Howell wero nmong tho
passengers from Maul ports In the
.L.,, ..JX. JzLthit, afc
C. M. Cooke is Spread
Over Two Grand
SUMMONED THREE TIMES
WITHIN AS MANY WEEKS
Suggestion of Amendment in System
of Drawing the Panels
An Age Limit Also
Charles St Cooke, president of th
Dink or Hawaii, believes that the Jury
r.vntcm In this Territory might be
amende d so as to make It more accept
able, especially to those amenable tn
"I was summoned on the trial Jury
ror Inst term or the Territory Circuit
Court," said Sir. Cooke to a llulletln
reporter after the netting of the
.'number of Commerce Frldaj
"That wns what they called tho mil
lionaire Jur ou will remember. P
C Jones, vlro president ot the bank,
was on the sime Jut, so that a great
deal of work was thrown on my ton
Clarence In the bank.
"However, Judge Oear kindly ex
cused me from that Jury because I
wanted to take a run over to .Maul on
Important business The next thing I
was summoned on the Territory Oracd
Jurj aud, as I desire to fulfill the duty,
1 wns almost ashamed to ask 'to be
excused n second tlmo this week to
attend the Chamber of Commerce.
"Now-, ngs.ln I am summoned em the
Federal .Ornnd Jury for the term open
ing next week before the Territory
flrand Jury will be through rlth Its
work. Where I think the sjstem ought
to be nmended la this liability of th
tame men being cnlled to serve on
Juries ngnln and again at such short
"Sir. (ilrvln, who seems to have had
much experience with Juries at San
Diego, told me the other day of a prac
tice there which obviates such a state
of things as exists here. It Is to set
aside the names of all who have been
drawn ns Jurors at one term, and leave
all these names off the Jur) roll for a
Sir. Cooke related coincidences In
Jurj drawing hero lately, whereby sev
eral men In concerns with which he
was Identified were summoned on the
name Jur panels. This sort or thing
I he considered a handicap on a business
iiotibe winch ought to be avoided. Sir.
Cooke also agreed with the proposi
tion that there ought to be an ago
limit, slxtv j cars being right.
Tlvn fitftm nl in Kw t m nnl ...
"" " uj .mi, v.wunt niiuw
!,1hn.t ,T '1""wl on tnrt0 s"'
i""e "Ithln as many weeks. If too
I ""'"J eoohs spun 1110 nroin, ns mo
old saw goes. It ought to be e quail v
true that too many Juries may spoil a
OPERA HOU8E, THURSDAY, 17th
ADVERTISER' "LATE" NbVVS,
The Advertiser comes out this morn
ing with a story nbout rresh fires at
Kukalau, news of whlrn was reietved
b Wrnv Tuylor by tho Klntti. lhU
story was published In the llulletln a
week or two ago when Divld Hauglm
eif the government nursery returned
from tho Humnkiii district. Sir.
Hnughs rt that tlmo gave ne llulletln
a complete tlesrrlptlon or tno Urn nbovc
Kuknlnu. , Nothing further need be
said 011 the subject.
Olna plantation will start grinding
on January ,1.
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