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WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY. OCTOBER 22, 910
Judge Kingsbury in His Charge Makes
' Plea fo'r. Jury System.
The' full term of the Second Cir
cuit Court, Judge Kingsbury 'on tin;
bench, was opened nt Wailuku,
Wednesday, October 10.
' After the Clerk- lind read the
imincs of the men chosen for Grand
and Trial Jurors, and they had tak
en the places reserved for them in
the Court room, the Court, delivered.
his charge to the Grand Jury and
also to the trial jurors. The charge
as delivered by the Court was a rad-k-l
departure from that usually
listened to. The Court room was
well filled and his honor was follow
ed closely tlfronghout his entire ad
dress. Following is the charge to
the Grand Jury:
n One Hand He Carries An Olive
Branch, In the Other a Club.
HIeciAI TO rill' MAUI PVrt.
Another Outrage Attempted.
PORTLAND, Out. 20.-Six tiwk of dvnntnito and u .10 foot fusu
was found hid uuni the homo of Chap, ileuiy, who hat1 been a coneivt
Independent candi- ent advocate of the open shop
WASHINGTON, Oct. 21. Secretary Knox bus isnicd a request
for the arrest of three suspects in the Times outraue, who are believed
to he on X steamer hound for Mexico.-
CHICAGO, Oct. 20. Ollicers of the Illinois Central Railroad
hav'o been sued bv the stockholders for $ 10.000.000 damages. I bo
suit claims mismanagement.
SAN FRANCISCO. Oct. 20.- The British ship Damain, which
went ashore at Fort Point has been lloated and taken into the harbor.
HAVANA, Oct. 20. The damago by the recent hurricane and
put forth to mislead the simple Hood was far greater than, at llrst reporleit, ami will be several millions
country folks at Puuiki, liana. of dollars
Kep,ikai said his mother was a JACKSONVILLE. Oct. 19 Tlje entire gulf country is still in
true Catholic, that he unci ueon ,he ,.iu of a . . , ;
educated partly by uathoncs ana ...... T
,1 f,.,.. tlw. rS.Hmlios, Tliin MIAMI, iu, uci
dates W. J. Coelho and A. N.
Kepoikai held a meeting on the
premises of the Catholic church at
Puuiki, Hana, they told "the people
who had assembled there they loved
Catholics and had a profound
respect for the teachings and teach
ers ot that religion. Of course they
were looking for Catholic votes
hence the sudden love for the faith
Commercial Exiled Kins;
HaDDenines at Gibraltar
Racy News From the Capital Regard Kiug Manuel Tells Gevef nor of Gibral
iag Sugar Stock. tar He Was Reaiy For Republic.
21. -Communications with the outside world
- October 1!), 1910.
Gentlemen of the Juries, both
Grand and Trial, you arc of those
selected as good men of the electors
of this Countv to act part of you as
Grand and the rest as Trial Jurors
for. this October Term 1910 of the
Circuit' Court, Second Judicial Cir
cuit of Hawaii.
The Jury Commissioners, in se
lecting and listing your names,
have taken such as they believed
were men . of good judgment, gopd
-morals and possessed of the educa
tional qualifications necessary for
, jurymen. I liclievc the Commis
sioners, in selecting you made no
In all criminal cases, the Grand
Jury has the initiative, as no man
can' be prosecuted for crime until
indicted by the Grand Jury.
The Trial Jury finally decide the
question of guilt or innocence, and
its-verdict is the final determination
of every case on the facts givon in
T,ho Jury System is a phase of
our benevolent self-government, cal
culated to secure justice between
men, to secure the .wcllbeingof so
ciety, to protect the interests of the
public as well as the rights of each
individual and t& maintain our just
lnws mid Governmental institutions.
As long as men disagree ana oon-i-i-nvprsins
oxist ns to richts and
, duties, as long as wicked men com
mit crime and offend against our
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ia, oil HJHK Illliot wiu Ullljf ujowiii
exist as the highest and most sacred
exponent of the power of. self-government.
It is also with us' the most direct
exercise of this power.
You exercise the legislative power
of self-government not directly by
making laws but indirectly through
men chosen by you to make laws
and you exercise the executive
powers through men chosen by you
to execute the law, but the judicial
vipowers of juries are exorcised direct
J.V by yourselves.
In thin, you act alone and in this
your decisions are final your pow
er supreme. The law is very jealous
of your functions and powers and
puts every, safeguard around them
to t)io end that no man or officer
influences you as to what your
decisions shall be in any case.
Time was when the jury system
was the safeguard of tbo peoplo as
against the power and oppression
of their rulers. It was then callei
the Paladium of Liberty meaning
the liberty of the people rather than
national independence or nationa
It was' such a protection to per
sonal liberty and such a afeguart'
of individual rights for our Lnglis
looking for was Uetllbli8hed today for the first, time Binue last Sunday. Losses not
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. 4l ...l tl..l Bu KlCill UP Ui UIPl CUUI ICU
the front he presented for them to NEW YORK, Oct. le.-rWalter.Wellman and party, who Btarted
look at. Turn him around and to cross the Atlantic in tt blilmin'tip blown far to (be southward by
look behind him and you will find storms. 'When loO miles off'Cape Hatteras they made their escape in-
i man going out of his way to make to the lifeboat,, and were soon picked up by a steamer. Wellman says
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a tew scorniui remarKS at ine res- uc m jmc uuuuiui irmi ul jem.
pected tqachers and leaders of the VICTORIA, Oct. 19 The Australian S. S. Makura, reports iind-
holy Catholic church.
iug the wreck of the Carnarvon Ray and her crew. The crew report
In the tuit brought before Judge t,u wreck 0 the Princess Mario from Australia. The Princess Marie
Kingsbury by Annie Mulvany,
cuardian for Alary bilva, versus
I.Mary Dunn et als to set aside cer
tain conveyances involving property
valued at $75,000, with a big fee in
it for Kepoikai and his partner,
this is what Kepoikai said of the
Catholic teachers of the faith whom
he professed to love while at Puuiki,
The disposition of Mary Silva's
property is tbo direct act of Father
left Australia some months
and was never beard of after leaving
CHICAGO, Oct. 21. Philadelphia won the third game in the
World's Championship Series here yesterday by a 6Core of 12 to 5
This is three strainghl games won by Philadelphia, and the champion
ship. The scores were 9 to 4, 9 to 3. 12 to 5.
ST. PETERSBURG, Oct. 19. Count TolBtoi is ill, and ib not ex
Maxiniin. He thought for her, and pected to recover.
directed the entire conduct of this - LISBON, Oct. 19. KW Manuel will not be allowed to return to
old woman, as completely as if she Portugal, according to the ruling of the Provisional government.'
was a more machine, insensible to
reason or judgment. To this decrep
it, blind woman, who bad lived 86
years or more, struggling against
the vicissitudes of life, he was the
Vice-Regent of Christ. Her faith,
hat she nursed from her mother's was begun yesterday.
breast, was confirmed at the Altar
of the Church, and consecrated
over and over again at Holy Com
munion, led her as a devout Cath
olic to regard the will of Cite priest
as the will of God; to disobey him
was to imperil her soul ; to her mind
he had the power to bind or loosen
lere. and hereafter. No ono better
understands this than these defend
ants, nor was Mrs. Mulvany, bright
as she is, immune from Ins influ
'Continued on X'age 6.
PLYMOUTH, Oct. 20. King Manuel and the queen mother have
arrived hereon the royal yacht.
LISBON. Oct. 20. -It is rumored that a crisis is at hand in the
cabinet. The cause of disagreement is unkliown.
LONDON, Oct. 19. The trial of Dr. Crippen, the wife murderer
LONDON, Oct. 21. Dr. Crippen denies thai the body found u
thai of his wife.
WASHINGTON. Oct. 21. Commander Peary has been raised to
the rank of captain.
David B. Hill Dead
ALBANY, Oct. 21 David B. Hill one of the leading figures in
National politics a decade ago, is dead. Mr. Hill was always a bitter
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ence. We quoto a lew questions oppoupm oi uie mie urover jicvciuuu, muugu uu.n oiu woww
and answers to illustrate. iTurm r 01 T-f vnn,rts ,.r0aii .. naiiinn n txilitinn
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examined in nart as follows: meelinc nere. ue openly cnargeu nposeveu wun ueing a u.ir, .
Q. "You say Father. Maximin nection with the Bellamy btorer case.
nul'iil fr fnmn nilruwln ttli4t1 I . s ....". .... .
"Zr-r " " . HONOLULU. Oct. 19. B,ecause of their . refusal.to toll ol crap
uiu ill; Diij w juui - - ., lit. ..
A He 8imnlv told me he want- game ai ubuuii nuuse, iiispcuiuio mivcn auu uuvuuwu imuu.
ed mo to conic outside; 1 had noth- ed to resign. Inspectors Burke, Bowers, and royes followed suit,
ing to say about it; he told mo to The game has been running for, some time. Collector Stackable is
stay outside, and I wish now I had further investiuations. and more resignations are looked for.
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Tho defendant Mary Dunn testi- Uout. Uommander tiouston oi ine ngnvnouse service, iiuh. oeeu
lied: I went and got Father assigned to duty on the Asiatic station.
flttt & S'clKruti;: HONOLULU, Oct. 20.-Postmaster Pratt will take no action
fully have said 1 got Father Maxi- against Kubey the mail clerk who was found in the crap game at the
mm becauso Mother daro not dis- Custom House.
obey him, as she was looking Auditor Fisher has discharged Otto Heine, for complicity in the
hternity in the, face, at too short a i
3;lWnthf?hJl ColleCt0r stackable has reported the whole matter to Washington
world and lose his own soul. A fire last night destroyed a large cottage belonging to tho Royal
Wo havo profound respect for the Hawaiian Hotel. Tho cottage was situated at the corner of Beretanm
Church, and we know that this Lj RichardB streets, oppositethe Central Union Church.
uiu i a Biimiuui ru,iunui n., a Secret Service agent Connell was entertained at dinner itisi nigut
iiisnops nave, uirccieu mat pnesis , . . , . ,,,, p,:,,
ii ill nffor
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hllDllIll Mill, uuiliui iiinjui inu iciii- .... , .
pond affairs of men. The Church Connell the position as Head oi the secret service oi inina
is not responsible lor this acts, and HONOLULU. Oct. 21Gen . liliss in&v sel ect offices for the U. S
officers in the near future. The Campbell place on Emma street may.
Father Maximin forgot tho Church be selected.
legacies, and tho Church (y ill not Japanese fapilies on the island of Kauai are growing at a faster
get any more for they tvo had ra(e than all other nationalities combined,
enough already!" Ai..n,i .t. n.i,isn ..; vp1 nrltri
A nil lia frmu kiinnibni I
Jlliu Kit vino uuiil vuwvmm iui"i , . . . . . . ...
told the native at Puuiki how ho Men DUl BUguuy uamageu ny u.c Biu..u.
loved tho Catholics I 1 Over 40,000 trees are ready tor aroor uay pianung.
Uy h. I). Titnuions. u nn interview recently, the Bri-
Honolulu, October IS. tish Governor of Gibraltar related
There is ii general feeling locally the substance of an interview with'
that Blocks have at last approached King Manud of Portu lt
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mi; iiihiuiii, ikiivt vii.ii. uii.il. .. iitirt iri .i ,i t
, A, , ., .... i . What I feel most keenly," said
no further subsidence of thti market "
except in spots. Yesterilay tkp si- Uie for,,,er Ki"8 to Sir Archibold,
t tuition as4i whole was much better is that IUiave been driven from
and this morning (dospito the rush my country like a criminal.- Had
f inward and outward mail) Hono- tho parliament decreed that a re-
lulu's Wall street is in the best public should bo established I would
a. m l I 1 . r i
mood it has shown in lour or live nave accepted it. uut l liad no
weeks. This better feeling is bot heart to fight the plots I knew were
duo to any substantially based re- being carried on.
vival of interest or values, however, The people may accept the re
but to indications that the slump in public rather than have bloodshed,
stocks has about spent itself. But but it is not their own wish to dea
lt is well to remember even yet, troy the monarchy."
that actual conditions have not This, is all tho comment -on the
changed and the big item of low revolution the deposed young king
sugar is still ahead, as great a bug- has made.
altoo as ever. Manuel was profoundly touched
Yesterday morning tho pulse of by the fidelity of the Municipal
the city was in , condition to receive guard and tle regiments that fought
good news and to let go a small for him. He as.ks questions all the
boonl" on the strength of it. time concerning results of the fight-
Nolwdy seemed to know just .vhat ing in Lisbon.
was expected, and yet the feeling Queen Amelic looks grief stricken.
mneiired to bo trcncral that some- Her Dride has been dnenlv wriinilH .
thing was happening outside. Soiiie- When he was leaving the" royal
what anxiously the cable was, look- yacht, Manuel shook tho hand of
ed to as the mystic talisman of good each sailor in turn, thanking them
luck. Early m the afternoon a for their dovotion in his hour of
message arrived from New York. need. The King said to them that
It reported that bceta had fallen they were going back to Lisbon as
from 9s, 0 l-4d to 9s, 5 l-4d, raws citizens of the Republic, and he,
remaining as licforc. 1 Ins was bad. perhaps, should never go back. As
Then came tho Associated Press he said this his voice broke with
vilili mviiu'r tlu liinvs of the lilirri- I pmntinn. '
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can 0 in Cuba, and Honolulu's
hopes arofo on (ho misfortunes of KdflUlul B6V'S Clllb."
Havana.. Tho bears, had scored : L
ono over tho cable and the bulls The Kahului Boy's Club, is mak-
one4 with the latter in possession ing a gallant effort to fit up its club
of the field at tho end of the day. rooms and gymnasium in a manner
It was conevlcd that the Cuban that will le a credit to tho club and
storm offset the drop in sugar re- town. They arc giving a danco
ported an hour or two before. Saturday evening, October 22nd, in
There the matter now stands. If order to raise funds to put in a new
Uie damage to the Cub-.ui crop has acytelene lighting plant, and thus
beenvcry extensive, the sugar mar- do away with the lamps, which heat
ket will strengthen and tho effect up so at night. This is a worthy
will be immediate on the local stock institution, and tho boys deserve
market. And if by any chance credit and encouragement from the
European beets should encounter whole community, in their efforts
early frost, all tho difference in the for the betterment of the condition
world would bo made. of the young men m Kahului. -The
lit tho meanwhile, however, the admission to this dance will be one
cautious prophets have not with- dollar for gentlemen, and they are
drawn their prediction of tt.GO sugar privileged to take as many ladies on
before the year is out. ono ticket as they feel disposed.
As indicated above, however, Refreshments will bo served free
thero is undoubtedly a feeling of
improved' confidence, and even
should sugar go lower tho chances
are that there will lw considerable
trading in several stocks at higher
NeMy Goods For Nobby Nei.
advices that Cuban Sugar,has
TlmP uuncno Store arc advertising
It is not figured that Paia, this week a complete lino of the
Wailuku nor Olowulu will famous "Cluutt" shirts. These
go any lower than now; and it is a I shirts are tho standard. They come
two to one guess tliat Pioneer and as near being custom made as is
Hawaiian Commercial will not go possiblo in ready made goods. They
lower but will respond readily to I fit. The new lino of four-in-hands
the Joust encouragement within or! arc all in tho newest fall shades, aH
without. arc Ixjing worn in the fashionable
pioneers conditions. centers in America. These goods
Tinvulav mrtrnintr Pioneer aro an mo iiewiai and best to bo
advanced from 1185 bid and 10 'ul. uml ,ire Bro to be satisfied
asked, to '8189 bid and f 102.M aftcr Iooki,,K over the lino of goods
asked. Wednesday two bloclw of carnwl lor gentlemen at this store.
30 and 10 shares sold at $190, after
which 189 was bid and 191 asked. Uvery evening finds many swim-
On Thursday two sides were made niers in training for the tournament
at $190, after which tho quotations to be held at Pminene, Saturday,
were, the same as on Wednesday, the 29th- When the Puuncne Club
On ;Friday two more small salon start anythinir they always make a
were, made at tho same, after which success of it, and from appearances
thero wag a slight drop, tl87.o0 the tournament and dance Sattir-
bemg bid, and 8190 naked. On day will be uo exception. The
Saturday, a total of 50 shnros in program is a good one, and asithe
small lots changed hands nt S 1 90, members are all entering inte the
the close that day being 1189 bill J spirit of the affair some fine sport
MiContlnueu ou'rajc4.. . will be seen.