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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, April 16, 1912, Page 6, Image 6',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
HERE AND THERE
Traveling Salesman Bustard, of
Henry May & Co., is making his
regular call on our merchants.
Attorney C. S. Dole made a
business trip to Waimea Tuesday.
Health Inspector Cooke inspect
ed Kealia and Lihue last week,
returning to Waimea on Saturday
Sheriff W. H. Rice and Philip,
went to Haena Tuesday.
Tom Burningham, von Hamm
Young's traveling representative,
in the hardware department arrived
on the Kinau Wednesday.
Hon. J. I. Silva is the possessor
of an E. M. F. runabout which he
purchased from salesman Colin of
the F. E. Davis Co., Honolulu.
Manuel Correia of Honolulu, is
visiting relatives and friends in
Lihue, having come up on the
"Hall" last Friday.
J, B. Keightly, County En
gineer, inspected the roads in the
Hanalei District last Wednesday.
He was accompanied by Mrs.
Keightly. Mr. and Mrs. Keightly
were luncheon guests at Mr. and
Mrs. C. B. Makee of Hanalei.
John Rapozo, one of the chief
clerks in the Lihue Store is con
fined to his home with rheuma
tism. The Korean who was arrested
on Tuesday last charged with at
tacking a blind Japanese girl, had
his hearing last Wednesday and
was bound over to the grand jury
for further investigation.
Hon. Geo. N. Wilcox returned
Friday from a business trip to Ho
nolulu. D. L,. Austin, one of the many
extremely popular traveling sales
man who frequent our island,
arrived on Friday's "Hall."
Rev. Hans Isenberg was a re
turning passenger from Honolulu
by the "W. G. Hall."
Manager Weber of the Lihue
Plantation returned from Honolulu
on the "Hall" Friday.
71 Queen St., Honolulu
Have jut received their firft shipment
of the new
We also cary a large stock of
10 THE LADIES YES?;
Editor Gardkn Island:
Permit me a few lines in your
valuable paper, to say that the year
1912 seems to be the exception for
Kauaian sports. What with baseball
soon to start, the bowling contest,
basket ball, politics, will keep
Kauai on the stage this season.
The ladies' bowling club of Lihue
has become a thing of the past.
Why not revive it now? It is good
past-time for our ladies, a n d it
brings them more together, which
means sociability, as your writer
knows to be a fact among the men
of the vicinity.
HoweAcr, as your writer is not
a ladies' man, he will most humbly
submit the matter to the fair sex.
"Embroidery Lessons," is the
title of an extremely popular fancy
work book which the well known
firm of Sach's Dry Goods Co., is
mailing to its customers. T h e
book contains 150 pages many of
w h i c h are devoted t o colored
studies that places it in a class all
alone in its superiority over all
other publications of its kind. The
firm i s giving these books free
with an order for goods, and will
send a copy to any address for five
Mrs. Henry T. Sheldon, wife of
H. T. Sheldon, head blacksmith
at Kealia Plantation, returned
from Honolulu Friday, after an
extended stay among friends and
A. T. Wakefield, manager of
the drygood's department of T.
H. Davies & Co., Honolulu, came
up on the "Hall" last Friday in
the interest of his firm's business.
A Buick truck was received by
the Kauai Garage Co. by the
"Hall" Friday. The Lihue Ice
& Electric Co. are the purchasers.
"You certainly started out with
fine prospects. Your credit was
good everywhere in town."
"That's why I failed."
REACH RIElAGH N!NES
You pay the same price a t our
store that you would pay in the
large cities in the States.
71 1 I Ml II U MM t?' BJ h A Un
Mrs. Howard Did you give
Johnny an unbreakable toy?
Mrs. Barker Yes, but the trou-
ble is that he lias broken everything
else with it. Harper's Bazar. .
Uncle Ezra -Do you think the
money young Eph Hoskins made
down in New York will last him
Uncle Eben You bet it won't!
He's going an awful pace. I was
down in the general store last night,
and young Eph was writing $100
checks and lighting his cigars with
m Fin .
Arthur F. Wall and Jas. D .
Dougherty, enterprising y o u n g
business men well known through
out the islands, havesevcraled their
connection with the jewelry firm
of H.F. Wichman & Co. , Honolulu
to embark in a similar business for
Messrs Wall and Dougherty will
leave Honolulu in the Wilhelniina
which sails from Honolulu April
24th., and will spend several
months in New York making care
f u 1 selections of d i a m o n d s ,
watches, jewelry silverware, cut
glass, etc. for their new store.
The policy determined on is to
maintain a strictly high class es
tablishment and ample capital is in
hand for that purpose. It is the
intention of Wall & Dougherty to
make their store a distinct credit to
the islands and to that end will se
lect and maintain amostup-to-date
olock of goods Price's will be put
on an equality with those of the
leading mainland firms and patrons
will have everv reason to expect a
large and varied assortment to
choose from, courteous and prompt
attention and reasonable charges.
Very close relations will be
maintained with the island dis?
tricts. Mr. Dougherty will make
i . i
nis customary visits ana give
patrons who have not the time to
visit Honolulu an equal opportuni
ty with town folk to purchase the
latest and best in the jewelry line.
Wal& Dougherty will carry an
exceptionally fine stock o-f
diamonds and other precious
stones. The store will be located
in the Alexander Young Building
and will be ready tor opening on
or about August first. They, will
be pleased to have the good will
and patronage, of their many
friends on Kauai.
Notice is hereby given that the
Animal described below 'thas been
impounded in the Government
Pound at Nawiliwili, District of
Lihue, County of-Kauai, and un-s
less the pound fees and damages
are sooner satisfied will be sold at
the date here under named accord
ing to law.
April 8th 1912, red cow, brand
on ltft hiiuj leg, HV. The above
animal will be sold on Saturday,
April 20th , 1912, at 12 o'clock
noon, if not called for before the
"Who is-Nat Goodwin?''
"He's the center on the
America marriage team."
The regular monthly meeting of
the Mokiha ia Club w& !',.'' .ti
their hall last Wedivs lay ; i e. -noon,
the hostesses bong Mr-.
Aithur Rice and Mrs. J. A. Hogg,
while Mrs. J. M. Lvdgate posed
as leader. Thirty-three members
were present and the following
pleasing program was rendered.
"Sketch of lit'g-'ing".. Jtr.J. Hans
"Minim von Handielm" Mrs. Kulph
"Fntnciskii" her liiuid Mrs. AW 11.
"Major Tolheim" Mr.-. ,T. M. Lyd-
"The Landlord" Mrs. II. Uohric
"Jut Majors Servant" Mrn. 11.
"Werner".... Sergeant Mrs. II.
"The Frenchman" Iticcout Mrs. II.
Vnn.il J.,1,..,I I.... T It
uuu .-v luoi uni ...... ......inn. lit
Marked attention was given to
the various .subjects as was indicat
ed by -smiling faces when some
particularly happy phrase was well
rendered. Mrs. Isenberg's excel
lent impersonation of "just the
Servant," was specially commented
The part of the heroin, "Minna
Von IJarnhclm" was well repro
duced by Mrs. Ralph Wilcox,
while the speeches of the witty and
saucy maid, were made very pleas
ing by the sweet, musical voice of
Mrs. W. II. Rice, Jr. The amus
ing character of the Landlord was
well done, while as Riccout, Mrs.
II. Rohrig covered herself with
glory, by her fluent and beautilul
Poor "Major Telheim," what
between his unjust treatment by
the government and the tricks
played on him by Irs lady love and
the maid, found that it took him
nearly two hours to regain both
his honor and fortune, to s a y
nothing of his love.
Makaweli was the scene of a
pretty wedding on Saturday the
6th. inst., when Frederick N .
Peterson and Miss Mary Ann
Huddy were united in the holy
bonds of matrimony, the Rev. Mr.
Akina officiating. The wedding
took place at the home of Mr.
Akina, and was witnessed by only
a few of the intimate friends of the
bride and groom.
The bride is one of Kauai's most
popular school teachers, having
taught for a number of years in the
Kealia School, being looked up
on as a great favorite. She is a
daughter of Judge Wm. Huddy of
Hanalei and niece of Representative
Geo. PI. Huddy, late of Kauai but
at present a resident of Hilo Ha
waii. Thk Gahdkn Island joins
with the multitude of friends in
wishing Mr. and Mrs. Peterson a
life of joy, health and prosperity.
Mr. and Mrs. Peterson will re
side in Makaweli.
Mrs. Wm. II. Rice Jr., was a
charming hostess at a tea last
Thursday afternoon in honor of
Mrs. H. Rohrig.
The invited guests were Mrs. H.
Rohrig, Mrs. Palmer, Mrs. Lyd
gate, Mrs. Charlie Rice, Miss
Ethel Gay, Mrs. Arthur Rice,
Miss McClymont. and Miss Mum
ford. Mrs. R. L. Wilcox entertained
at luncheon yesterday for Mrs.
Charlie Wilcox of Koloa.
Mrs. Weber, and daughter Miss
Lulu were hostesses at an elaborate
tea last Friday afternoon from 3 to
ft 1 1 me vig Axy?:
If you attend anv ot the
bit; collece frames ou u ill find
that the ball almo.t invariably
used is the RE At II OFFICIAL"
AMERICAN LEAGUE 15ALL.
collece men won t luvc anvthint?
but the BEST that's why they all use
Collt-Ke men know too that llic Keacli
American League for ten years, ami is the
uuii win uc iwi in uujr A.c.iKut; (jumc. x rice everywnere, 11.5.
The Heach Trade-mark on all Sporting Goods Is a guarantee cl quality It means satis,
(action, a new article or your money back (except on Kails and UaU under $1 uoi
rt03v TnoIiKAC'II OFFICIAL HASH HALL OUIDF. 'Die rero.
iumu 1UUM117 01 me American Lime. History una iitiotoi of U'urld'i
, - ' ..lu
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
(Continued from page 1.)
;nd the defeud.ii.ts were no )c,
held under the iiidktnieiilh ut No
vember, 1911. They were, how
ever, held under the new indict
In the meantime, before the plea
and trial of the defendants under
the new indictment, Mr. Rawlins
was taken seriously sick, which
necessitated his return to Hono
lulu. Piefore the case came on for trial,
the County Attorney received a
wireless message from the Attor
ney General stating that Mr. Sut
ton could not come, but Mr. E. A.
Douthitt would prosecute the case
for $500 and expenses. Another
was further received of somewhat
urgent tone: "Do you want
Douthitt to come down? Answer. ' '
The answer to both messages were:
"Impossible to give answer as to
charge." "Cannot give consent
without Board of Supervisors."
Mr. Rawlins having returned
without completing the duties, to
which he was appointed and ijpi"
niissioned, the prosecution ofthe
fourteen defendants,- it then- de
volved upon the County Attorney
to take up the prosecution of the
defendants upon the charge thus
On trial and upon motion of
counsel for the defendants for a
bill of particulars, as to whether
any or all of the defendants mur
dered Masa, and if so, who and
with what instrument or instru
ments did any or all of them
struck, which the prosecution was
to furnish to counsel.
It may not here be amiss to
state, that when the motion for
the bill of particulars was moved
and granted; it was impossible for
the County Attorney to furnish
the necessary particulars wanted
why? Because, the evidence was
wholly lacking in that most im
portant part of the charge, to-wit:
"that said defendants killed and
murdered Masa," in other words,
no eye witnesses saw these defend
ants murder Masa with any sort
of instruments, thus the case
Now, let the public ponder over
these facts, weigh them carefully
without bias o r precluchce, 7T
render its verdict accordingly.
Thanking you, Mr. Editor, fof1"
the valuable space you have -kindly
POPULAR PEOPLE LEAVE
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rohrig, two of
Lihue's most popular.social people,
were departing passengers for Hono
lulu last Saturday, from which place
they expect to take a steamer for
Europe, to be gone four or five
months, most of which time will
be spent in Germany. A large
number of friends were at the dock
to bid Mr. and Mr". Rohrig bou
oyage. Mr. de Lacy will have
charge of the Lihue Store during
Mr. Rohrig's absence.
6 in honor of Mrs. Rohrig, who left
Saturday on a nine months' sfrr.
of Europe. Decorations suitable?
the occasion were arrayed in pro
fusion, the color scheme of green
and white predominating.
Mrs. Mary Ann Peterson,
(nee Huddy,) has resigned as
teacher in the Kealia school, a posi
tion which she has held for years,
and accepted a position in the Ha
napepe school entering upon her
n e w duties yesterday morning.
She has taken Mrs. Lyon's class
whose enforced illness will neces
sitate her remaining out of school
for at least another year.
Hall lias ben ailoptcl by the
Official League Hall. No other
i.. uiuiua vi ujr wail.