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Tel. 890 The Pond Dairy
Dan Case Says Maui
Judge Is Not Fit To Be
On The Bench
Tlio charges against Judgo Kepol
kal of tlio Second Judicial Circuit,
which wore stiongly hinted at tit the
mect'lng of the liar Association last
week, wero formally preferred at n
meeting or the Association held os
terday afternoon. County Attorney
Dan Cnso of Maul laid four serious
charges against tlio Judge, support
ing them by nmdavltH which liu
claimed could bo greatly multiplied.
Tlio most serious of tho four charg
es preferred by Case Is that Judge
Kcpolkal's connections with Certain
corporate Interests tiro of bucIi n na
ture as to inako It Improper for him
to be Judge of the Second Circuit
Case claims that the judge holds as
a tenant at will fiom the Knhulul
Railroad n property from which he
derives an Income of SHOUO to S250U
r, year, although he pa)s only 1301)
Thero was n largo attendance of
the members of the Asoclatlon,
nmong those present being Chairman
W. A. Kinney, V. W. Thnycr, Ljle
Dickey, I,. O. Kellogg, J. A. Magoon,
L. M. I.lghtfoot, 0. I'. Peterson.
Judge Andrndo, II. K. Cooper, A. 0
m. jiouonson, vv. u. smitli, judge
1'erry, V. 12. Thompson, Judge Stan
ley, C. 1', demons, A. I,. O. Atktn-
ron. W. A. (Ireenwcll, It. D. Mead,
Judgo Kingsbury, A. (1. Corrca, A
Lewis, Jr., A. V. Judd, I). II. Case,
L. J. Warren, D. L. Wlthlngton, U
M. Watson, I. L. Weavor, II. 0. Mld-
dledltch, Chnrles Achl, W. T. Haw-
II ns, C. II. Olson, M. V. I'rosscr and
Frank L. Hatch.
When the meeting was called to
order the secretary read n report ot
the commlttco appointed to consider
tho complaint of Attorney Vivas
against District Magistrate McKn)
of Wnltukti. The committee reported
that It did not consider that com
plaints against Magistrates not mem
bcrs of tho liar Association should
bo brought before the Association
Consequently tho commlttco recom
mended that no nctlon be taken.
The matter ot tho Judgeship of the
Socond Circuit was then taken up
Judgo Cooper said his motion endors
ing Kepolkul was still before tho As
J. A. Magoon moved an amendment
that tho recommendation of tho ap
pointment of Kepolkal bo referred to
a committee of three.
Judgo Stanley stated that In rcf
erenco to tho accusations of tho use
of violent and Indecent language on
the part of Judgo Kepolkal, ho had
never noticed this when tho Judge
was off tho bench, so he had nothing
more to say about that. As to the
charge that tho Judgo wan under the
Influence of certain corporations,
what he had said was that an Inde
pendent man ought to bo on the
He said ho had seen Judge Kepol
kal hlnco tho latter came to town
Dan Caso was also In town and wat
picsent, and ho thought they both
fchould be heard from before any ac
tion was taken.
The chairman Invited Mr. Caso to
make any statement ho might wish
to make. Magoon moved that a com
mitt eo of nno bo appointed to Unci
Kepolkal. Judgo Cooper said there
wero as yet no charges against Ke
polkal and nothing for him to nn
twer. Jack Atkinson objected that
It any charges weio to bo made the
accused should be present to bear
Caso said thero wore charges to he
made, ami ho would prefer that
Judgo Kepolkal bo present to hear
J. A. Magoon was sent out to llnd
the Judgo and returned with him al
most immcdrittoly. Kinney outlined
tho situation and Case was then call
ed upon to make his statement.
Mr. Caso begun by stating that
"This Is ono of tho most unplcasint
duties that has ever fallen to my lot
It Is not personal. I am hero repro
pentlng many of tho citizens of Maul
I am borry to bo hero for this pur
pose, but I bellovo duty compels mo
to mako this statement.
"First wo claim that Judgo Ke
polkal has an ungovernable temper,
cud has had for years. He always
has been very nlco to me, and that
makes It nil tho hard or. Hut has an
WPEHOK GRAPE ' ' m
Can Be Started
Alexander lliiinu I'onl wants to
get hold of a Iran of tiovcrnmciil
land tdmllai In chat niter to the Maun ,
lands, and endeavor to grow thu
Mi I'ord Is a Seupporninig cnlhii
shist. He hcllcvc that the wine
made from this grape Is thu llliest
Leverage he eer drank, and he wants
to grow thu grape himself and stall
u new industry In the IslandH.
"I want to get hold of a pi ore ot
land here nlnng the scashoic some
where," said I'ord today, "land that
Is not fit for an thing idse, nud see
It I can't raise the Scuppernong lino
I will foihI back to Virginia, wlieiu
the original Scuppernong lnu is
still growing, anil get the cuttings
I am confident the giapu will grow
here, and it would he n lino thing rm
the Portuguese of theso Inlands It
would start n new IndttMo here
which I think would bo u most prof
"I would lather drink Snippet -nong
wlno than any other kind In
the world. A man ran drink two
quarts ot It and not feel any greater
effect than If ho had drunk a single
glass of any other wlno. Yet it has
an exquisite flavor. If I can llnd
someone to gu In with mo In thu
business, I'm going In It It here."
Several fine Building lots at Puu
nui, cleared, unobstructed view, pro
posed extension of car line; 50x105,
Reduced to $150 for a short time;
$25 cash, balance S10 per m.
Besides other property at greatly
P. E. RStrauch
WAITY BLDG., 74 'S. KING ST.
ungovernable temper that cannot
help but lessen the respect tin,, him
as Judge. It Is shown nut unl by
languago but notions.
"Next his political conimtlnns
liver since ho has been Judge in. na
been In politics twenty-four hmtr-i In
tho day, If that were iieress.n to
further his political ambitions lie
Is mi nrdcltt llepulilleati and ln ri i M-... lJi...
presided nt every Republican. onven- UIUIK5 llrJVY IHUUbliy
tlon nnd lins gono out or his vav ti
eeo his men put Into oilier
"Next I think tho Judge has been
very, very wrong In his appointment
of Jury Coinmlssloneis.
And, Instly, and worse than all.
his connections with impnnitf Inter-
tsts have been such its to make It Im
proper that ho should be Judge "
Caso then read an affidavit of W.
P. Crockett regarding the Judge's
temper. In which Ciockett alleged
that at n Sunday school lu.iti Judge
KeK)lkal mnilo use of obscene and
profane language, m that man) felt
obliged to leave the place Uu anoth
er occasion, In the court house, when
a Bldcwtilk matter was under discus
sion, tho Judgo used profane lan
guago to Crockett nnd threatened to
blacksnnko him out of ton.
On another occasion on Maikel
street, Wnlluktl, when Crockett and
someone olso wero talking nnd u Chi
nese brido passed b, a Joking le
mnrk was made about Chinese brides
covering their faces Judge Kepolkal
was standing near and told Crockett
ho ought to cover his fate, and con
tinued on u tirade of abuse.
An nindavlt of l.uk Chang, a po
lice olllccr ot Maul, was read, lie
had occasion to go to Judge Kepolkal
about somo fcgal business, nnd the
Judgo swore nt him. The next day
ho met tho Judge on the mad, and
the Judge not only swore tit him
iignln, but look his bttgg whip and
struck tho man.
As to political mattcis, the nllldavit
of William Helming, chairman of tho
Maul Hoard ot Supervisors, wns rend.
In which It wns averred that for a
long time Judgo Kepolkal has taken
an nctlvo part In political matters.
His participation at times has been
so pronounced and violent as to
bring ubout angry feelings.
Hugh M. Coko's affidavit was next
read. Mr. Coko stated that tor vcars
Judge Kepolkal hns taken u very nct
lvo part In Maul politics, and during
tomo campaigns he mado active can
Vases In support of ccrtnln candi
dates. For some time ho hold the
proxy of J. D. McVeigh as member
Of the Republican Central Commlttco
"I claim," went on Case, "that the
Judge has been lacking in his ap
pointment of Jury Commissioners,
Ono of Ills Jury Commissioners is his
brother. Iho other Is his nephew,
Mr. Lyons, l.vons Is a saloon-keeper,
and runs tho vilest grogshop In tho
County of Maul, a placo that has giv
en us more trouble than any three
others In tho County."
"Huvo jou not been satisfied with
tho Juries drawn by those Coinmls
doncrs?' asked Judgo Kepolkal.
"I have done what alt tho other
lawyers have dono put a Btnllo on
ny fnco nnd made tho host ot It," ic
turned Case. "Many times I have
not been satisfied. If I exercised m
'hreo peremptory challenges, I would
not get any better men than the
i hreo challenged I don't mean to
-ay wo had all hud Jurors. Wo have
had lots of good men."
W. O. Smith asked what tho gen
eral result of tho trials had been. "I
think," replied Caso, "If wo had had
nthcr Jurors we would have had bet
In reply to a question by Robert
ton, Caso stated that tho ltiu men
Irawn for Jury duty wero not fairly
'eprcscntativc ot the people ot Maul
If wo had better Jury Commission
ers, wo would get bettor Jurors, from
niy point of view."
"Now, ' said Case, "I tako up what
I consider tho most Importnnt ron
ton why Judge Kepolkal should not
bo reappointed, and that Is his rela
tions to corporate Interests.
"Tho Judge holds ns ti tenant at
will u property known ns tho Fishery
it Kiiliultii, anil I claim that that
property is reasonably worth from
,13000 to SIUOO a vcar Instead ot the
J300 rent ho pays for It." Allldavlts
of W. T. Robinson nnd Cato wero
read In support of this statement,
both to tho effect that for vcars
Judge Kepolkal held by lease tho
property known us tho "fishery,'
first from the Hawaiian Commercial
& Sugar Co , and later from tho Kn
hulul Railroad. Tor this ho pavs a
rental of S2S a month, but receives
from It an income of from SfiOUO to
12500 n year.
Judge Kepolkal Btarted to mako a
statement, but 12. M. Watson leaned
over and advised him to "cut that
out and put It In vour nflldavlt." Tho
Judgo took tho ndvlco and stopped.
Magoon renewed his motion for tho
appointment of n committee to Inves
tigate the charges Cooper objected
nnd wanted tho matter concluded be
fore tho Abboclntlou. Ho moved that
tho healing bo postponed ono week.
Judgo Stanley wanted tho matter
gono Into in detail.
A. Lewis thought any cotnmlttoo's
tcport would bo hcursay, Magoon
said tho Investigation Bhould bo a
full one It would not bo fair to tho
Judgo to proceed without going into
tho matter fully Tho best way
would bo to have a commlttco go to
L 51 b iT6G,,!ifUH'i i Hftflf
The ball of the Chimin i (i t,
merto In tin- HIhiiki-ii vv.il.l huilliig
.Msterdny vvus unwilid in owi1i
lug by the representative Im-dar t
men of Honolulu, who gathered tin i-
I fin the gen
pi Mil nft
"Mr. Stevens of tho .Tnpaneso De
partment of 1'orclgn Affairs is due
to arrive hero on the Nippon Marti
on the 1 3th Inst.." said an ofllclal of
the Japanese Consulate today.
Consul Gonoral Salto was seen, but
said that he did itfit know nil) thing-
about Mr. Stevens' coming on that
boat. It has been repeatedly report
ed before that Mr. Stevens would
lenvo Japan for tho United Stoles,
but as yet ho hns not passed thitinglt
here. When Mr. Mlziino, the new
Japanese Consul to New York, yatseil
through hcio on tho steamship Hong
kong Marti In January, ho distinctly
Mated that Mr. Stevens was expected
to como along on tho same steamer
Definite Information will probabl)
be received by Consul (jcueral Salto
en Saturday, when the S S Man
ihiirla arrives frotu the Orient.
Keohollko Knehuokalanl wns grant
eil a dlvoicu this morning fiom Kae
huokiilanl on tho grounds ot desertion
President Morgan ot the
"n. i l (I ,n
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1 li- I' ' ' iu a 1 m 1.
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to make prelln.lnurv arrangements IHj,., , rKl, Cilrl(1, A ,., ,
lor uie lamngcnreor tne rioel vviien M (au,i, A. Clartl,.). r..i I
It arrives nt this poit The meeting tones E. K. Ullkslanl, I)r I I i
was at the instance of Sei rctur) r, Oeorge Ashli K R Stnk
Mott-Smlth. who hud Issued u genet- W P. King, O C I'otler. I.un.
.il call to the liuiliiesx men and cltl- Morgan. .1 T Cooke. I. A Ti n t
.vi uamon, u. i spaiiiiuK i
ChnmlMT Pwk' R D Tenne'' ' 8k "'
i niiiiuifr tr,,,oll,,oll., r mm..,.,,.., t
of Commerce called the meeting to ,.,mv,, K. u'winirtm fl J ,.
order, and made a short talk on the loltlnn. W T. Lucas. Willi itn
business for which the people wer Clenrgp W. Smith. Judge B II K
called together Secretary Mott- bur). A I. C. Atkinson, W II II
Smith was elcited permanent flmlr- J " Outle. V 11 Mcrttock. i v u
mail and Mr Mellrldo permanent see- "" w " J""1"'- w, O Hiinih i
,etar, of the Pleet Committee. .."p'ii UboTg.lt -emor
I rear was thou culled upon Mr' ,0 Wm Wllllainson, A 0 vt i.
ii speech. He said. In pair ertson, W. A. Klnne. D I. n , -
"Tlieio has been iio public an- toll. A. l-ow(s, Wlllnrd Ii llmi.ii
nouncement as )et concerning the 11 I'rntt. J 6 l.utter. J. M I. v
riiel. but nevertheless wo are prtie- "mi" l'rr. A D Castm. 1'i.n Vi
tit-ally sure that wo will bo visited. r'!I;,ul.,?""' Wulker. c He 'i-ma . . f
mui, iiiiii .'iciuijtrc. rien i.. i 11
will not be before
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n, Dr. 1 labia. Dr. Mitnmiira M
.oine time In July. San Francisco
iippoimeu a lonimiuco on entertain- john iAntli Samuel C Dwmhi
inent several mouths before nny ves- chlUlngnrth. Frank R Harvn
sels wero expected In her harbor, nnd lauken Krault Archer, Jos I
i think that It will bo a wise thing Solomon Kalelopn. 8 V Com i
fur us tn ilii. That Pleet Is cnlnn to C I-ong, C ling. Henr K
be n great thing for Hawaii. It will '""nn. Jno Mnrkhaui A I-. in in t
have both ., si,.,,, and business slg- $j?T:
nlllcanto. nnil will bring llnvvnll not t,v Umvg K Nllkullllli chlw K N
onl) bcroro the c)es of tho I'nltwl v i m piHpw William Mm. n
Stutes, but nlro to tho notice of the Kuluiiokalniii Si', Mis W h.
vvholo civilized world. It will have Mis C r lit iiton Mrs. J. W l"ii--
an educational effect, and will teach 'Mrs W It Kaitli.Kion, Mrs Sam P.
tne government whnt tho military ; "-' Kawanannkoa Mi- t
and nnvnl needs of th.. Important " UW,81,"V 'c- '" V"1"",, V "
, ... . . ' , W M (iii.liain. Mis Andiew i til i
place are. We hnve it reputation for Mn) rrt.(, j rhllIchiMrH A (i.
hospitality to sustain, and this will Hnwos, Jr., Mis S-im -Mien Mis i...
be an excellent opportunity for us to rt CuHi i ' c ! Coop-i. Vli -add
to it Tho committee, when ap- M'irv H tvin ,J Kojlniu, S 0...i,
pointed, should Immediately begin C. K At, Chu ' in, Chun Ming U
plnnnlng, obtaining Information, flnil K,nm r"ok- ',1" Vna- cbun cl"'tt ",
Ing out what sm.plles Will be needed ? "i T'.ng Chung Pull On. Ho,, C)u"
, ,..,,,,,, , , , Wong l.eong in Chin. Ah Chi vv Iain
e.nd what things will bo purchased 'Oo chew , Akuka . Vong Tung Wrmg
for the Meet. , rat Ak0i mB Tat Kanii flung Chun
"This committee should tako nll'vi,,, sCe Rock, Lee Let. China sual.
the preliminary steps representative' I Ah Illp, Voting (lit. Turn Wnl Knin,
of tho whole people of Hawaii. I O. 0. Sheens, Pang Sang I at lift
havo already written to Washington ! F'-'ar'. Chang Kim. W. Qwal Pong
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iur tut iiuuiiiuiiiuu iiubsiuiu, mill -, ... , j; l tt j j. j. a, j m
ruuu iin mi iiiiawi-r ia uuiuiiicu, il win
he mado public."
Thero was 'considerable discussion ;
then as to the best way of nppidnt-
-K- it ft' ,: it it ii it -;
Tho band will play at Kakanho
lil . .
' -ft i,
Then' will bo n meet Ing ot tl
Hoard of Heallh this afternoon nt ..
Walluku tu go Into tho charges In
W. O. Smith announced ho had a
letter from II. P. lluldwlu, who stat
ed that the fishery before It was tak
en over by Judge Kepolkal was
bringing In less than 1300 a )car
and they wero very glad tu havo lilm
tako It at that figure.
Cooper moved the meeting bo ad
journed for two weeks. Kepolkal ob
jected that this would bring it to the
opening of his term of court. Cooper
amended his motion to mako adjourn
ment to a week fiom today.
Charlie Achl said ho wanted Mr
Case to furnish the names of those
Mdected as Jttrois, and albo the names
of those he thought Hhotild ho select
ed. "I think It u haul Job to pick
out 100 good Jurors on Maul," he
bald. Charlie vvus laughed down and
Cooper's motion vvus seconded nnd
tan led, nud thu meeting adjourned
to a week from today nt 3 o'clock.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
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me and having a committee. Mr.1 this cvenluB at i:J0 o clock.
MtCandless moved that a committee' lowing Is tho program:
of twenty-flvo bo nppolnted to sclertj PART I
tho general tontmltteo. W O. Smith March, "Truo llluo" Telko
amended this motion lo tho effect Overture, "Pro Dlavolo"... uber
that a commltleo of thiee consisting' Haiiad, "i:iua Mnka Ulluli Ileitis
ot Chairman Mott-Smiih, President Election, ' Italian Melodies '
J. f. Morgan of tho Chamber nfi itumpezoitl
Commerce, nnd President (1. W PART II
Smith of tho Merchants' Association Vocal. Hawaiian Songs. ar h) IlergT
bo tho commlttco for tho purposo .f Selection. 'Sweet Old Songs DalOey
selecting tho general committee. Intel mezzo, "lllack nnd Whlto
This amendment was accepted, and ' Davis
lasted. Chairman Mott-Smlth called , Klnale. "Old Acquaintance". Llddell
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