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MAUI, i H. T., SATURDAY, MARCH II, 1905.
jury Waived Cases
;t 1 Fat
her of Racing
e recbnlstof this Court are
ave theRbrocess of this
compellftjg tho attendance
wes livinfrwithin this Ter-
all mattSrf brought before
this LOUHjjvill,upon your
tlwayfaleWelad to assist
writs as may
bsent when dis-
tinyBnattor brought up
''deration. No indict-
. found nor any- pre-
jaue without tho con
it. least twelve of you.
specially instructed by
that in no' case is a
lr to take part in tho
,i of any matter in which
way interested in the
trecommends that you
Vntly with the im
it, your) work ecpedi
s' economically afe pos-
deplorel the fact tliat
U'Jurorl have been
r,dutieaas such, by
iters brought to their
re the same were dip
en Cotirt. The re-
h" violations of the
ted by J evere punish
nds of) this Court,
rt hopes there will
to do, ajt thiB present
te secrecy is re
i every .matter that
efore your body, as
the same may lead
s in attempting to
Jurors; and in
attempt, such fact
ely be, reported to
ry witness and all
ployed by you
; officer at the
lis Court, the re-
v Attorney Gen
will wait upon
jse of advising
ill matters that
ou for delibera
it- one of your
lerk to record
mites of your
eed to do your
t Court of the
her called the
to a matter of
ist Maui and
ion of his
and if they knew of any reason
why they should not serve. There
being no response they were ac
cepted by the Attorney General
Department, and tho various at
torneys who have cases at the pre
The Jury consisting of the fol
lowing: C.A.Buchanan, Thomas
Cummings, Clement Crowell, An-
tone Dutro, Manuel Faustino, Ar-
cenio Sylva, Carl Sommerfield, It.
A. Wadsworth (foreman,) J. J.
Corell (secretary,) Jas. Caswdll,
Henry Cleveland, D. W. Driscoll,
J. M. Medeiros. Charles Molteno
William Oteen, J. K. Smythe, J.
M. Davidson Jr., W. L. Hardy,
and E. J. Silva, with Valdemar
Rogers as Bailiff, went into Becret
The following Civil Cases have
been carried over to the June
term: Keawe Kapala and Hana
Kapakahi vs Pioneer Mill Co.,
Ejectment; T. A. Aheong vs Haiku
Sugar Co, Trespass; S Ahmi vs L M
Bahlwin, Damages, and H. Hack
feld & Co., vs Junies Kaae. Man
uel do Arruda vs Morton and
Amundsen, Trespass waspasBed on
until next week; J. T. Taylor vs C.
P. Benton, J. L. Coke for plan tiff
asked that the case be jury waived:
liana Amundsen vs Manuel de Ar
ruda, replevin, J. L Coke for plain
tiff and J. M. Vivas for defendant,
asked for a withdrawal.
The case of Rosalie Lyons vs J.
W. Kalua, action for Restitution of
Property etc. was passed pending
a possible settlement.
Thursday March 9. While wait
ing for the report of the Grand
Jury. the Judge took up tho follow
ing Civil Cases :-P. G. Corrca vs
L. von Tempsky and J. Francisco,
Trespass, appeal from district
Magistrate Makawao, J. M. Vivas
for Plaintiff, D. H. Case for de
fendant; tho Judge ordered that a
new bond be filed.
J. M. Viva3 vs G. Akuna, Assum
pit, appeal from District Magistrate
Makawao. Judgement to the amount
of $150.00 was asked. The appeal
J. M. Vivas vs Maria Espinda,
Assumpit, appeal from District
Magistrate Lahaina, J. Richardson
for Plaintiff J. L. Coke for defen
dant, A verdict awarding
was awarded the plaintiff.
Friday March lO.-The
Jury brought in a partial
finding true bills against John de
Costa, and Young Ing for violat
ing wide tire act; W. Crowell lar
ceny in the second degree; S. B.
Harry and J. Uemura for violating
bridge laws; Kauahaki, Ah Moi and
T. Awana, selling liquor without a
license. No indictment was brought
in against Ahana for selling liquor
without a license.
M. L. Decker, on who was charge
ed with violating tho Sunday law
and sentence was suspended for
six months, was discharged by
Jones -Found Guilty of Manslaughter. Kilauea Still Active.
Last of Confederate Cabinet. Cortelyo Accepts Post
(Special by 'Wireless to the News.) .
Honolulu March 10. Sugar 96 deg. test 5:15 Beets 15s.
Volcano House Kau, March 10. -The fire Is not as bright as it has boon .
but there are plenty of rumblings and explosions which indicate another
eruption. ' u
Honolulu March 10. The C ironers Jury in trio Mrs. Stanford casew
have brought in a verdict that she was murdered and that strychnine was
used with murderous intent.
London March 10. There is continued severe fighting at Mukden and
Tai pass. British critics believe that Kuropatkin has' been enveloped by
200,000 Japanese troops.
London March 10. Four ships of Admiral Roshdestvcnsky's fleet have
becomo incapacitated. .f
Washington March 10. A party vote by the Senate acted favorably
on the report of the St. Domingo treaty.
Honolulu, March 10. The verdict in the Jones murder trial Is man
slaughter in the first decree. The Jury recommends extreme mercy.
Sentence to bo rendered Monday.
Tho Sunday Law Bill
Among the many bills before the
present Legislature there is none
of more general interest than that
introduced by Representative
Quinn regarding the observance of
the Sabbath. It isnot so many
months ago since a sudden appll
cation was made of certain obso
lete blue laws which have long
been on the statute book. The laws
were.applied at the instance of the
Governor who made no secret
whatever of a belief in the theory
that the best way to get rd of poor
laws is to rieidlv enforce them.
Tho result of the enforceagnt . is.
well known by everybody and now
that the spasm has passed it is
very plain that the old time blue
laws fare receiving exactly tho
same'respect that thfey did before
SURROUNDED BY JAPS
Heavy Fighting at Mukden and Tai Pass,
Domingo Treaty Reported Favorably.
Rozhdenstvensky's Ships Disabled.
VERDICT OF MURDER IN STANFORD CASE
Honolulu, March 9.-The officers of the transport Logan nowliff
state that a brigade o troops will go to Panama to watch Venhal,
Tokyo, March 9.-Marshal Oyama reports that the enemy were beaten
in nvery direction. Retreat was commenced early on the morning of
Wednesday, and our army are in vigorous pursuit.
St. Petersburg, March 9. The battle of Mukden was a Russian defeat.
Gen. Kuropatkin is now retreating to Tai pass. Losses are equal to
Mukden, March 9. Many Japanese and Chinese spies were captured
by the Russians.
Paris. March 8. It is reported that the Russian fleet has left Mada
scar and is returning to Jubutil. This would indicate abandonment of the
Houston", March 7. John H. Reagan, formerly postmaster general 'of
the Confederate Cabinet and the last survivor of Jefferson Da vies' Cabinet
St. Petersburg, March 7. The position of tho Russian Army Is grow?
ing desperate. . '--
It is rumored that Kuropatkin has given an order to retreat but it is
believed this is impossible. ;,. ' ,
The seige guns are causing great damage, and if the Japanese crush
General Kaulbras todav, Kuropatkin's army will be almost surrounded '
in the investigation of the Stanford poisoning case here.-
Washington. D. C, March 7. When Cor telyou is sworn in as Posjr
master General he will resign as chairman of the .National Republican
Committee, and wi'l be succeeded by Vice Chairman H
had charge of the Western campaign work.
Washington, D. C, March 7. -O, H. Treat has
United States Treasurer and C. W. Anderson, colored,
ternal Revenue for New York.
the enforcement of them was at
tempted. There is just one ex
ception, the band used to play in
tho Capitol grounds on Sundays
whereas it now plays at Makee
Island. This would seem to be
the net reBult of a great reform
The other minor restrictions
which are imposed inflist no hard
ship on the resident of Honolulu
on Sundays, hut thsy merely serve
to annoy any visitor who may
happen to be here on tho first day
of the week without a knowledge
of what lire vulgarly known as
Tho billWesentcd by Rep. Quinn
aims to do mvay with all the sub
terfuge which must' now be em
ployed for tho rational enjoyment
oJ the Sabbath. It is not a mea
sure calculated to create a wide
open town one day in seven, jouj
simply states in plainermswhat
mav be done, bv the sanotKm
law. of the .things tha
There will bo little quarrel in
this community with the propo
sition to allow flowers to bo sold
on Sundays. The opening of cigar
stores and .sod water fountains
will harm no ono' and the ' official
allowance of games in such
ner as will not annoy persons
fin nnt. n.nv the cames thems41
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careful discussion thefe, fnayM
features lHthe bill.asintroced
which will leedmir.oraolwinBes,
but Kenerallv.aneakinKa law
light of ,pre','expM5BP
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