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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 9. NO. 22.
LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 28, 1912
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" ALL GLASSES
Writer Asks Why Certain So
cial Functions Are Given
KOLOA HAS A FIRE
HonlA. S. Wilcox Buys Brand
New Palatial Packard "6"
I note with interest that Mrs.
Ichinose has a little baby girl,
that Mrs. Sukihara has received
a letter from Japan; that manuel
Tavares has put 3 new shingles in
to his verandah roof. These are im
portant events and the diligence of
Thb Garden Island in unearth
ing them is to be commended.
But when you are going "through
the community with a fine tooth
comb for news how comes it that
you have neglected to make any
mention o f the Spalding, dance
and reception i n honor of Mr.
and Mrs. A. It. Ricef
I am no social devotee and still
less a newspaper correspondent,
but it does seem to me tint a
social event of .such rare interest,
beauty and originality shoull b
substantial enough to trace somt
faint'line of shadow on the Gar
From the graceful card of invit
ation to the last genial goodbye on
he steps it was a most uniqui and
brv3fc'.nt affair. The novel costume
gave opportunity" for very pretty
'and graceful effects which were
produced in considerable variety
and showed agood deal of origina
lity. Among the ladies Mrs. Spald-
.ing, Miss Gardner, Mrs. Chas.
Wilcox, Mrs. F. L. Putman, and
Miss Kaui Wilcox called forth
special comment for grace and
charm. The large outdoor pavillion
brilliantly delighted and profusely
decorated together with the un
usual costumes produced a delight
ful illusion of fairy hand.
There were many other original
and unique features which your
discriminating eye would have seen
if ypu had been there, but I was
too busy having, a good time to
note them all.
X. Y. Z.
The writer asks why we neglect
joiaking any reference to the
aPjlir in question, and we presume
it is up to us to explain, so here
goes; we were absent from the is
land at the time this social event
occurred and did not return until
after the following issue had been
published. However, instructions
had been left to write it up, and
endeavors had been made to do so
even before we left for Honolulu,
but somehow, like many other
history-making events it became
side-tracked. However, on our re
turn, and finding that the matter
had been overlooked, we at once
gathered sufficient data to form a
detailed account of it. Upon re
ceipt of the above communication,
however, we "killed" our "stuff,"
believing as it were, that in the
above write-up, our readers could
recognize that a master's hand was
for once, at least, wielding the
Tub Gardun Island, as our
readers are all aware, stands ready
to print all the news, all the time,
ftjt there are times when we slip a
cog as well as others. In passing,
the editor would remind the
writer, that his slighting reference
to the "three shingles on Manuel's
house, etc." is not only un-
christianlike, but it does a great
ininctirp to a member of the best
class of labor ever brought to the
island, Manuel's $2.50 is just as
valuable to us as any man's, and
itrhtiadd. that it goes just as
inr tnronrd the suonortof hischurch
Whv. then, should the writer
mnke an entirely erroneous state
nient directly concerning a man's
nriwnte affairs? The sooner w e
learn to be more considerate for
the feelings of our bread-earning
brothers, the better will be our
CHARGE OF BRIBING OF JURORS
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THE above picture shows Attorney Darrow. the famous Los Amreles
trial charged with bribery in connection with the McNamara case. 1.
court house where the trial is now
By Edith Itrodio
Mrs. Hano gave a big luau last
The Feast of the Holy Ghost
will be celebrated at Eleele next
J.I. Suva, the Eleele merchant
is in the motorcycle business, the
first shipment arriving by the Ki
nau. - Capt. and Mrs. Nealson of the
Minnie Caine attended the ball
game at Eleele last Sunday.
Mr. Carpenter, the plasterer for
the new school arrived on the Ki
nau. Mr. Waterhouse who is taking
tne place of Mr. lira mil in the
Waimea Bank, was a visitor to this
Dr. Glaisver of Lihue, was a
luncheon guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Morse last Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Sliimazu are the
parents of a baby boy, born last
County Treasurer Harold, Mor-
gan, ot Miiue attenueu cue meeie
ball game Sunday.
Supervisor and Mrs. H. D. Wis
Cdntinued on page 5.
Mrs. Glaisyer Loses
Brother From Typhoid
Mrs. A. R. Glaisyer received
the sadj intelligence by the last
mail of the death of one of her
brother in friendship. N. Y.
which occurred May 13th. death
being due to typhoid fever.
chances in the sweet mahope.
Furthermore, our correspondents
from the various districts, are
school boys and girls, who are tak
ing up the work for the benefit of
their English and to criticise their
work, iscertaijily very uncharitable.
They are doing excellent work and
we are proud of them.
ET 1 TRIAL ON
WAIMEA NEWS NOTES I
IJy Ymrko Taki
Henry Ilustace of a well known
Honolulu family, has joined the
ranks ot traveling salesmen, and
was here last week representing
the Von Ifanin Young Co.
Mr. Glade, the Union Oil man
from Ilackfeld & Co., Honolulu
was here, last week.
Mr. C. W. Spitz of- Lihue was
here last Friday.
Mr. J. Cockett visited Waimea
in his official capacity last week as
auditor of the Waimea Wine Co.
Esther and Gerhared Hofgaard
are expected home from school on
the 19th. of June. They are attend
ing school at Riverside, California.
Miss 'Nora Stewart of Kalaheo
and Miss Bryant of Makaweli were
guests of Miss Edith Wong last
Too much dago-red lead two
Koreans into mortal combat i n
Waimea, one of whom resorted to
knife play. Luckily the knife was
taken from bun before real harm
Continued on page 5.
Koloa Cane Fire-is A
Very Small Loss
Koloa May 27. A vSry small
tract of cane belonging to the Ko
loa plantation was burned over
this afternoon, the fire persumably
having originated from the spark
of a locomotive. The amount of
damage done is not known.
Invitations are out for the Annual
dance of the Mokihana Club, the
event to take place in the Lihue
Social hall next Saturday evening.
This will be an affair to which
everybody look stforward with
hapnv anticipation a'hd which no
one will miss unless it- be under
most extraordinary circumstances.
criminal lawyer who is now on
McNamaia, and the Los Angeles
'Mr. Spalding went to Honolulu
on last Tuesday and 'returned on
' .The K. A. C's are going over to
Makaweli to play base ball against
the home team and we hope that
K. A. C's shall defeat them as they
the defeated the Lihue's and the
The Makee Sugar Co., is mak
ing a railway from the Kealia Mill,
over to the Kapaa Homesteads.
The County road men are mak
ing a new cut u e a r the Wailua
bridge, which" will do away with
a dangerous corner.
There was a moving picture show
at Kapaa Hall and Kealia Mill,
The Steamer Maui Sailed from
Anahola on Saturday with 11,000
bags of sugar.
On Tuesday a man was coming
down by the Kapaa stable hill on
horseback when the horse got
frightened at a paper by the side of
the road and shied. '1 lie man fell
but was not hurt.
It is said that some thieves en
tered a laborer's cottage at Kapahei
but did not secure any valuables.
Ladylike, Skvcraper andTitania
are to be ridden by Heda Nagahisa
for Mr. Spalding on the 4th. of
A thief went into a house at Ila-
laula, Kealia and stole a bag of
rice. So far" he has not been cap
Mr. Kaueakua of Kapaa went to
Koloa, Kaleheo and Eleele to re
gister names returned on Friday
Miss Harper, Miss Akeo a n
Mrs Sheldon are arranging to go to
Makaweli to see the baseball game
played between the K. A. C's and
the Makaweli 's.
The Steam plows arc plowing
the Kapaa Homesteads so they
may begin planting next week
Big Special Prize Given For Extra Ef
forts For Next Ten DaysLucky
Girl Gets $75. Machine
Contestants are waking up as
the contest continues and the way
the votes are piling up there will
be lively doings among the contes
tants from now tq, the? finish.
lwo condidates have passed the
half million mark, while others are
Hearing it. Miss Silva still leads,
whileMiss Lee holds finely to second
miss ouciuun, -iui&s k.ciucii.
Miss Kalawe and Miss'Haae made
advancement by leaps during
the week. -
The contestants should not for
get that the friends who are so
generously contributing t.o their
Waimea Will Celebrate .
.On The Fourth of July
Waimea, May 28. Plans for
celebrating the Fourth fof July in
Waimea are taking on definite
shape, and from indications, it is
safe to predict a great event. A
suggestion has been made that the
various schools of the district play
ball during June, and the two
winning teams play off the finale
in Waimea on the Fourth, the
prize being a complete baseball
Next Sunday Will Be
Services will be
held at Lihue
Beginning at 11 A. M. the first
10 minutes or so will be.dcvoted
to the decoration of the graves
which will then be followed ,by
service appropriate to the occasion.
All are cordially invited t o
attend. This jvill take the place
of the regular Service at the
Waimea Man Highly
Honored I n China
Waimka, May 28. Ah Yue,
son of Ako a Chinese merchant in
Waimea, has been appointed to a
nnsition in the new Chinese Gov
ernment carrying a salary of $300..
(mex) per month. Ah Yue was a
former student in t h e Waimea
school, lie attended Mills Insti
tute, the Punahou College, and
completed his education in Chicago.
Pierrof And Pierrette
Are Hereby Explained
Referring to the Spalding dance
. , .. r 1.
we near peoie wonnering iurwvejy
and under their breath.
What is Pierrot and Pierrette
any way? And all kinds of vague
theories have been advanced rest
ing on a very small basis of fact
For the information of tne pub
lic we will explain.
Pierrot is a character in lrencn
pantomime representing a man
in growth but a chifd in mind and
manners. His face and hairshould
be coveted with white powder and
he should be dressed in along white
gown with very long sleeves and
a row of big buttons down the
front. Pierrette is his lady com
panion. Mr. Teroaka is bidding a new
home for his family at Kapaa.
The Makee Sugar Co., is finish
ing planting cane on the Kapaa
Miss Amy Wong who has been
in the.hosipital for a m o n t h in
Honolulu is now in Kaiulani Home,
mid is recovering very slowly.
Mr. Kaneakua while at Kalaheo
visited the leautiful park, Kukui-
support expect their condidate to
do a ljttle huslling on her own ac
count. They cannot do it alone,
you must show your appreciation
of their assistance, by getting out
and hustling for yourself.
As an inducement in this direc
tion, thefollowidg offer is made:
The candidate securing the lar
gest nunlber of, five year subscrip
tions, above five, by Saturday
evening, June 8th., will be presen
ted with a $75.00 white sewing
machine These subscriptions
must be in this office or any post-
office on Kaui, by 4 p. m.
Chinese is Shot Through
Hand by Drunk Filipino
Waimija, May 28. A Filipino la
borer in Camp 4, Makaweli laboring
under a misapprehension, caused
much excitement the other night,
when he attempted to shoot up a
Chinaman. One shot was fired,
the ball passing through the China
man's hand, causing a painful
though not necessarily a fatal
wound. T h e police interrupted
the proceedings with the result
that one more boarder is register
at Sheriff Crowell's popular hos
Eleele Baseball Park
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is ruriiiauy uuuiuumu
Hanai'EPE, May 26. The open
ing of the baseball season on the
new Eleele grounds was attended
with great enthusiasm. Mr. W.
D. McBryde officiated at the oc
casion dedicating the park in .a
few well chosed remarks to Alex
ander & Baldwin. At the con
clusion of his remarks he started
the game by throwing the first ball
across the plate.
Mr. H. W. Thomas, general
secretary of Brewer & Co's. vast
plantation interests, accompanied
by-Mrs. Thomas, has been visit
ing the plantations on Kauai and
incidentally enjoying one grand
good time, ten davs of which were
spent under the charming" a n d
hospitable roof of Manager and
Mrs. Jack Myers at Kilauea. Mr.
and Mr. Thomas returned to Ho
Gets Ten Dollars For
Beating Up His Spouse
WAMKA.'May 27. Ten dollars
and costs is what it cost Joe Apau
of Waimea for indulging tn the
past line of beating his wife. In
addition to this fine, Judge Hof
gaard gave Mr. Apau some father
Another Valuable Car
For Lihue District
Hon. A. S. Wilcox has bough-
a big Packard Six," the Kauai
Garage Co., being t h e agency
through which the purchase was
made. It is a beauty and bespeaks
the "excellent judgment of Mr.
Wilcox in selecting a high-class
Kubey and Pay with a large
line of mens' and boys' suits, col
lars, etc., have opened sample
rooms at the Hotel Fairview.
Land Commission J. D. Tucker
is expected 'on to-morrow morn