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f Don't fail to wo "Vacation" .it 'lie
Wailuku Union Schonl-hoiive tonight.
Tlio Fuunmies nt.d Mornhisr Slurs
piny bull at Wtlls Park, tomorrow
AVitiluku has presented a very
'lively appearance this week, nivl tin;
hotels are crowded.
A liot wave has prvcailed at
VvVilului 1,1 lis vied;. Does it proy
"n o s li c a t e earthquakes?
Kiiniehainnha Day will iv cel
ebrated by a rnurert at Waiuee
Church, Lahaina. t?:it Wednesday.
The Makauao's and M.A.A.-s will
play another match jrnffvo of nolo at
Kahnlui, ai soon we have moonlight
liurlom has secured an experienced
baker from Honolulu, and U turning
tout lirfat class bread. Fresh rye bi cad
every Saturday. j
The peripatetic Japanese coM
drink vendor, with his ;recn, two
wheeled automobile lias appeared on
the streets of Wailuku. N
See the ad. of lvtila corn laud for
sale, and apply to W. E. Beekwith
at George Copp's raneiie, Kula, be
fore June 13, for cheice lots.
The Hawaiian concert at Wailuku
school house on Thursday evening,
was a success both from an artistic
and a financial point of vie-.
Mon Cheung has opened a new
restaurant in the old Ah Keo lies
taurant, next la the Johu Talluut
lodging house. Moals at all hours.
The comparative case with which
Wailuku is reached from all parts
"of tho Island indicates the logical
necessity of locating the county seat
Frank Rose Jr. iion of Mr. Frauk
Rose of Wailuku died on last Sunday
morning of consumption; The young
man was between 17 and 18 years of
Teamsters are complanihg of sev
eral bits of loujub read ttlwtm La
haina and the foot of the pali, which
could be repaired at a very small
The s pecial trains run on last Sun
day proved a great convenience to
thoso who wished to sec the Corpus
Christi procession and the baseball
game at Wailuku.
FRESH CREAM. Received daily
fro:n Mrs. von Teuipslcy's Dairy
Rauche. For sale in quantities de
sired. Send your orders to
Maui SoYa'& Ice Works Co.
. The town is crowded with lawyers,
'jurymen and witnesses this week; and
it is an even race with the court
house, the Maul Hotel and the Neavb
office, as to which is the busiest.
Bicycle notice:' On June 1, W.
J.I. Crozier of Lahaina will receive a
ian'e consignment of new bicycles of
the, best make. Those wanting vJ!s
should look over his stock uncj prices.
At Dave Mever's Saloon, , wi ex
perimental keg of lager was place-
on draught last Saturday, 'biik the
boys say it tasted gocd . JJfpro
noses to keen it on draught 2 here
is any demand on it. ,s j
NOTICE. There is still on &(ore
''to let on the first .floor ofPylhian
.Ilall building, and any oney desiring
to secure it should make Immediate
D. L. MEYER.
. John Kawai, u typon the News,
js on a strike,' 6'iptfuscdly because
the foreman orderey him to wash the
,o'Jice towel, a precedent which le
was not willing toestablish. At last
accounts Johnnywas still striking
- On (Weuue&aaj'. about 11 o'clock
, Mari Gmi Juarte,. the three year
, old daughterof Gomes Duarte who
rBsiJes iustahove the gate, inlao
Vallevy folWni the nunc . near her
fathftr'a ueslleneo, ur.fi was drowned.
Annoinci v. ent. Mr. Ceorge B
Schradar 14 now prepared to give
lesson j on I tho piano forte cither
vat his re.c)idriico or at residence of
'pupils; ,Fr terms a:id particulars,
vwnte or call at Wailuku Hotel.
(Mr, W.ll. Roger.;, representin
Whitney t:. Marsh, of Houoiulu, will
la ui Wailuku lor Iv.m weeks with a
foinpetd hue of samples of dres
gojdsl ill be in Lahaina one week
from JfoEdajTlune liith.
S?At auieefu!9 of citizens on Wed
nesday evening, called for that pur
pose, Hon. A.t? Kopoiliai, M, D, D.
JJaUwin ana in. k. C. Hearts were
sleet 33 a tha fhuea Maui members
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p.f W'tfiftfj! .r'SchR8 t-positW,
tor the Jsa'Kl oi T'uwa'i'i.
On Wednesday, J ire -1, the June
t "i-m of cn.irl, for the Second Judi
cial District, ?onvened at Wailuku,
with full p '.ncl.s of grand and trial
j uroi s. The ciilc: dcr thin year i an
extremely long one. and notwith
standing tl. fact hnt many cases
have been continued or dismissed,
tho term will probably be a protract
ed one, its length depending fuiiic
w! at on the result of the labors of
the grand j'iry.
On Thursday morning, the follow
ing grand jury was empanelled.
L. Von Temsky, fnremnn; Chas
Ilimvn, Jon Brown, Jr, Wm Conway,
W 11 Coriiwcll Jr. Jos Coekett, Tho
niiis Cunuiiiiig, D Quill, W II King,
E M Xapoo, Jar, Tvirkhmd, T B Ly
ons, ildgar Morton, J Mu:i; A G Dic
kene, M Faustino, A J Rodrigues.
Following is the charge of the
Court to the Grand Jury.
Gentlemen of the Grand Juryl
You have been summoned from
your homes for for the purpose of in
quiring into and and making present
ment o' offences, and finding Indict
ments against such persons ns have,
in jour opinion, violated the Laws
of thia Territory by committing
crimen within this Circuit, and tria
ble by this court.
It will be your duty to examine
each of tiie witnesses thut may be
Brought before you to testify con-
oreerning any crime; and in any
given case yiu should examine such
number of witnesses as may satisfy
you that, 1he secused should be put
upon his trial. If, after au examina
tion of the. witnesses in a given case,
you have reasonable cause to belive
that the crime has been committed,
and the defendant should be put upon
his trial, you will liud "A true bill"'.
It is not your duty to examine the
witnesses for the defendant. If an
indicliiieut be 'returned against a
party he will have his day in court,
and will be given full opportunity to
make such defense as he may see fit.
You are the sole judges of the
credit to be given to the testimony
given by the witnesses appearing be
fore you; and should a witness in any
cases refuse to be sworn and give his
testimony, barring the testimony of
him against whom tho charge has
been preferred, you will report that
fact to the court, who will then take
such action as the circurnstaudes may
It is not necessary that you should
be satisfied of the guilt of defendant
bej'ond a reasonable doubt, but you
should be satisfied from the testimony
presented for 3'our consideration that
a crime has been committed, a-nd that
there is reasonable' and probable
cause to believe that the prisoner
charged 'before you committed that
crime. In oilier words, the Territory
is only iOuireiliJiake out a prima
facia -Tease befoJ-evthe Grind Jury.
As to the searecy to be observed
by jou; thisnbraces the testimony
of all. vmnesses appearing before
youLftl communications betwen your-
ves and tho Attorney General's
Department having reference to
matters and things brought before
you, and as to the result of you vote
in any all cases. I shall not enlarge,
on this question of secrecy believing
that you and each of you will observe
due secrecy jn all of your official
Your jurisdiction is co-extensive
with this court, and you; in the per
formance of your duties, are limited
only by the. criminal jurisdiction of
this court. "
Vhiio you principal duty will con
sist in inquiring into olTensee and
crimes committed within the juric
diuHou of this court, you may, and
you have the right, and if you dsem
it proper arid necessary to the
welfare of the comuuity, you should
exercise tho right, of inspecting all
public buildings or public, property,
or public institu Lions of af.y descrip
tion, situate any-where within the
jurisdiction of this court, whether it
be on Maui, Molokai or Lanai. You
have the right to, and if you think
proper may, examine the books and
accounts of all public officers within
You have certain inquisitorial
powers, and under them it is your
right, and may be your dutj to in
quire into, and see that the Laws of
any given Department within this
Circuit are enforced by the several
District Magistrates within this Cir
cuit. Y cu may, if you deem proper, make
a presentment against any citizen
with'n this Circuit upon facts grow
ing oUJ; of your, persona) knowledge.
Lynng the.t;iking cf, testimony
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i beffi o vor.fcdy ric p.ercon i
1 thanJf'ourselv'es', the Attorney
ral or his Deputy, the interpreter,
if one Is noo deel, and the witness un
der examination, should be present.
Tins rule you should strictly observe.
Again, during your deliberation
and voting as to whether or not an
imliotmcnt shall or not lie presented
and found, no person, other than the
members of your body, should be
In order to find an indlcdinent nt
least twelve of your members should
Your forrmnn will naturally tie
ns presiding oflicer during your deliberations-,
but you may appoint one
of your nnniber to act as clerk.
Tiiis court will convene at O.rtO A
M. each week day. excluding the 11th
of June, and will close at 5 P. M.,
taking a noon recess of one hour You,
however, ns grand Jurors, but the
court would suggest, that,, in your
drill v sessions, you observe the hours
of the court ns far ns you can con
sistently do so in the proper perfor
mance of your duties.
In concluding I chrtrpe you that
you should present no one through
envy hatred or malic e; nor, on the
other hand, should you leave any one
unpresented for fear, favor, afi'ec
tion. hope of reward or gain; but you
should throughout your deliberation,
present all matters and things truly
as they may come to vour knowledge
according to the best or your under
standing. The court has nominated and now
appoints one of your number, Mr.
L. von Tempsky to act ns your fore
man during this session of the Grand
You may now retire and enter
upon tlie performance of your duties.
The court feels satisfied that you will
give serious and careful considera
tion to all matters coming before you
and which you may have to perform
during this session.
Judge of the Second Circuit
Yesterday afternoon the grand
jury appeared in court and present
ed ten indictments.
Maui Athletic Association.
On Monday evening, the regular
monthly meeting of the Maui Athletic
Association was held, and there was
a large and enthusiastic attendance,
during which much important busi
ness was disposed of.
A motion was carried to erect v
grand stand at tho Wells Park base
ball grounds, and work has already
begun on its construction. It will
probably be finished in time for the
match game, June 11, between the
Hilo and Maui teams. A committee
was appointed to receive the Hilo
boys and look after their welfare
while our guests.
Quite a number of new members
Were received into tho Association,
which is now in a flourishing condi
tion. Much other minor business was
disposed of duiing the meeting.
Over- the Pali.
On Thursday afternoon, Manager
L. Barckhausen of Pioneer Planta
tion left "Wailuku in a hack belonging
to the Iao Stables, for Lahaina. Go
ing down grade on the pali, at a
very narrow and dangerous portion of
the road, one of the horses went over
the low stone wall 6a the makai side
of the road, dragging the other
horse and the hack with him to a
sheer fall of fifty feet, killing both
horses and wrecking the hack.
Fortunately, Mr. Barckhausen and
the driver jumped in time to escape
without injury. Mr. Barchkausen
states that it was tho dangerous con
dition of the road, aud not the care
lessness of the driver which caused
the accident, although the immediate
cause of the accident was tho fact
that one of the horses was j'oung and
very unmanageable. Only 'steady
teams should be used in crossing the
Masquerade Ball, July 3.
The committee on arrangraents ap
pointed by the Aloha Dramatic Club
to make arrangement. for the Grand
Masquerade Ball to be given on the
3rd of July in K of P Hall, Wailuku
have decided that there are to be
six (l) prizes the characters of whi-.h
will be announced in the next issue of
The committee are working to
in vko it a grand success. .The prize
will be on exhibition very soon, no
tice of which will appear later.
Leong Keo, tailor of Lahaina, hav
ing made an assignment to the un
dersigned for the benefit of his cre
ditors. Notice is hereby given to the cre
ditors of said Leong Keo to present
their claims, duly authenticated, to
the undersigned at his oflice in Laha
ina, Miui, T. H., within .thirty days
from this date, or they will be for
Juno 4 th 1902. t -. .f ........
L. M. VETLESEN, '
Assignee IVtate of Ieou Keo.
Wailuku Dranufic & Musical Sic'dy
An Original Comedy in Two Ac'?, 1 y
WAILUKU UNION SCHOOL
On Saturday, June 7, !902
Doc,-3 Open al 7 p. m. Curtain at 13:13 p. in.
General Admission 5 ..)()
Reserved Seats $1.00
Besides this mirthful comedy, the
program will include various musical
selections. The proceeds of the en
tertainment will form the nucleus of
a fund for the erection of a hall at
the Catholic Mission, at Wailuku.
RESERVED SEATS may be se
cured at A. Enos' Store.
Box Plan will will be open on
Thursday, May 2!, at 0 a. in. and
close on June ?, at 5 p. m.
COME EARLY AND AVOID TSE RUSH
Kaofloulu Corn Land
In tracts ranging from , five to
Terms Cash, or one-third cash,
one-third in one year and one-third
in two years, at C per cent 'interest.
Applications to purchase lot?
should be made to W. E. Becicwith
at George Copp's residence, Ivula,
on or before June 13, 1002. . .
W. H. CltOZIEB Is offering for
Sale a large stock of Carriage Sup
plies, Harness, Carriages, Buggies,
and Y.Tagons which lie will sell at Re
For further Information apply to
W. H. CROZIER,
ASSIGNEE'S NOTICE. .
Kunishima doing a general mer
cantile business at Lahaina, Maui, T.
H. having this day mhde on assign
ment to the undersigued for the be
nefit of his creditors.
Notice is hereby given to the cred
ditors of said Kunishima to present
their claims to the undersigned at
his oflice in Lahaina, Maui, within
thirty days from this date or tho
same will be forever barred.
Lahaina, Maui, May 30th 1002.
A. K. HAYSELDEX,
JAS. L. COKE Assignee Estate
Attorney for of Kunishima.
Notice tti lii'reliy tilven tliut Ihc uuilcinl.'-'iud
hut( tU!ii dav been upi.oini' il by Hie Him. J. V.
Knlut'., Jiub't; of tin? Circuit ("uurt of Ihe Second
Circuit. Territory i;f Hawaii, uv. luimiuiMixtnr
oi niu p.-i:i;ct'( Kiii;m;;:icii pcholtz, i:.to
of Wailui.o, Muni, dfc'.t, in pli.ee of . KAI'U
ttiid MRS. KIT NICE SCHMLTZ, i-u-uitiutuiitrn-torn,
All purl 'its arc !itrcliy notified Kot In ilt r,l
wllh tit .nUl S. KAHU uud MUS. KVXICK
SCUOlj'i'Z, iu ma'.iers rclailuif lo tho aid
Kstittu. Ail rents are to be paid n Hit) uieJer
blgued. JAS. N. 1C. K Kill, A,
Aduir. Est. of-rKK.DKUU.'K SCHOLTZ, U-cl,
WiiilWm'Mt n!. Mnv l. I'.mj.
ftead the MSft ev
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uto lor lutnlngue.
PEARSON S POTTER
THE MAIL OSBER HOUSE
Corner Ui.ion i.nd Hotel Rtrrfts.
P. O. B..: 7r-l, Honolulu, H. T.
S IT-TO-DATE iiTEL
SS Largo and Vell Ventilated Bed
GEO. FREE LAND, Manege in
LAHAINA, ISLAND OF MAUT, II. T.
(DiiiKCTi.v Ori'osnij Lahaina Witaiik.)
Conimaiidin,? View cf the i
3 Pacific Ocean, Lahaina llarfcer
and Siirroundi-iq: Islands
ROAD WAGOSSv cAriOPY TOP & CURTAINS $90. AND I'P.WAk
SURREYS, a a " I3MC '
TWO SEAT WAGO-N8 " " S93. f
TOP Bl'GGiES " !r:0.
PHAETONS . Ifiilir. '"r
BRAKES ' 632.0 " ,
HARNESS $52.00 UP PET SET.
OUR PRICES THE LOWEST,
OUR GRADE THE HIGHEST,
OUR TERMS THE EASIEST. .
P. R. ISENBERG, PfeEsfDENt. , P. 6. Box 2T,
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., itk
125 Mehoiiant Street, Honolulu, Ke'It to Stanuexwai.ij BuxLri;G.
V.'ITII THEIR THIRTY-FIVE YEARS EXPERIENCE IN THE
Dry Goods and Gener Mrclmndis : -
Business Carry the best Selected Stock for ISLAND TOADS
AVhieh They Offer awl Sell TO THE TRADE ONLY, oft
Prices and Terms Most
We Fear No Competiftosi.
SOLE AGENTS for LITTLE JOKER and CROSS CUT
TOBACCO, CAMEO and CYCLE CIGARETTES.
Orders Will Receive the Best and MOST PROMPT ATTENTION
The First -National Bank
Incorporated under the Law a of the United Stales a
Washington, D. C, 11)01.
W. J. LOWRIE, Peesioest.:...V. T. ROBINSON, Vice Pi.E.crr?
C. I). LUFKLN, Casmier. '
f. j. Wheeler and r. a. wadswortii, d&ectouV,
Solicits accounts of Corporations, Firms and Individuals.
DRAWS EXCHANGE on all Tiii-ts of the World.
THE ' MAUI
Hawaiian Curios, Ivory Wreaths, Lnuhal.i Huts Mais am!
Baskets of Hawaiian Manufacture, and Hawaiian Viills. '
Hawaiian Tapas and Koa Calabashes, llix-tls' Nest l-'vvr Worl:
Sueli as Napkin Rings, etc.
We Also- Receive Articles oh 'Consignments. ' ..
. Order W.iU ileeeiveProir.pt and Careful A tteul'iou. ,. v
K.'o.' i'hall BUILDING VatluIli", 'Vi.
IN AS SUM
S.W-t'fi't -.lia".: '
CO., Lid' MMFJ
COjSEECIAL TSAVLLMT'S r
Rooms and 6ne;ioi-.s Lantd
Biiiisid Kccri, restaiirarit,
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