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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, June 09, 1914, Page 6, Image 6',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 9. 1914
JUDGE DICKEY 15
IN THE GOOD OLD SUMMER 1
IN COURT AGAIN
Judge Lvle A Dickey returned
t Liliue last Friday morning after
s veral weeks of strenuous work in
the Circuit Co ut in Honolulu. He
lost no time in taking up chambers
matters in his own court, and be
ginning arrangements for the new
term, which will take place in July.
Of his departure from Honolulu the
"1 have to return to my own
bailiwick." said Judge Dickey yes
terday. "My circuit court on the Garden
Island requires my presence over
there and when I return on Thurs
dav I will do so for good.
"I have been attending to cir
cuit court work in Honolulu for
two months and I believe that
Kauai has done quite its share in
assisting Honolulu out, now that
you are one circuit judge shy. Let
Mart: -jncl Hawaii do their share.
One of the circuit judges from the
south should cotne forward and
help out until the tangle is unraveled."
Want a Platform
The indirect manner in which
the candidacy of Senator Charles
A. Rice for delegate was announced
leaves it a matter of doubt as to
whether the Kauai man is ready
with any kind of a platform to
place before the voters. Of course
Senator Rice will run as a Repub
lican and on the general Republi
can platform. But the voters would
like to hear from him upon the
particular subject of Hawaii's re
presentation at Washington, and
as he lias authorized an announce
ment of his candidacy, it is not
too earlv to expect a prompt state
ment of the reasons that have im
pelled him to make
J , 1
Coast Team Arrives
The California baseball team
which will play against the Oahu
Leaguers arrived at Honolulu this
morning, and for some days there
will be big things doing in the
national game at the capital city.
Eleven first class players make up
the party. It is not at present ex
pected that the team will play any
where in the islands except Hono
lulu, although they expect to visit
V. II. Grote has received the
new keys for the lockers and doors
f the Lihue tenniscourt. and they
are now available to members.
The freighter Columbian, will
be expectet'. at Port Allen tomor
row morning from Honolulu to
load sugai for the Panama canal
route. She will have a small
amount of eastern and const freight
lor Kauai merchants.
The Summer term of the Kauai
Circuit Court will open Wednesday
morning, July 1. The grand and
trial jurors will report at 9:30 and
10 a. m., respectively , on that date.
Passengers In And Out
The following departed for Ho
nolulu bv the W, G. Hall Tuesday
Mr. Makoa, Miss . Makoa,
Manuel Gravel, S. K. Kaeo, Miss
L. Ellis, I A. Gorman. Miss Hud
civ. The following arrived by the
W. G. Hall Friday morning from
Judge Dickev, J. A. Noble. E.
de Lacy, K. Manase, A Richmord,
V. Furukaki, K. Matsumura, Oho
and 12 de.k.
You should place your order
for Store and Office Stationery for the busy Autumn and
We make books, mill reports, field reports, warehouse slips, time checks, pay
envelopes, letter heads, bill heads and the hundred and one other items of printed
material required for the plantation; ftore books, bill heads, letter heads, envelopes
receipts and everything else required for the office.
Our facilities compare favorably with those of any country shop
WE GUARANTEE QUALITY OF PAPER AND WORKMANSHIP
and our prices will be found as low as or below those of any
If you are already a regular customer, go over your ftock, see what you will need
for the busy season and place your order now. If not a patron of this office, we
hnnp vnn will mv us a trial nrrlpf . , J
ThejGarden Island Pub. Co.,
Ahhivinii at IIonoi.i i.r
Jiiik' I Sierra San Francisco
" 1! I.urline San Francisco
" I. S. T. Sheridan Manila
" li Hongkong Mum San Francisco
" ! Cliiyo Mara Hongkong
" ! Willielminu San Francisco
1 1 Kiyci Maru
12 Sliinjo Maru
AT LIHUE STORE
l:i 1". S. T. Tl i n ia." San Franci
1" Man. ma
IN Cliijo Maru
I.KAVIM; I Iovou i.r
I! Matsnnia San Francisco
:! F. S. T. Sheriilan San Franeisc.i
tl Sierra San Francisco
ti Hongkong Maru Hongkong
" ! Chiyo Maru
" ii SiU-iia
" !i Persia!
" 12 Shinyo Maru!
" 14 Kiyo Maru
' 1 1 1'. S. T. Thomas
" 1.") Ventura
" lti China
" Hi Makura
" 17 Wilhehnia
" 17 Marania
" 22 Korea!
" 23 Manoa
" lis Manchuria
" Chiyo Maru !
H'alling at Manila.
Jlf you once use New Zealand
flutter , sold at Silva's Kleele store,
you will have it all the time. Advt.
May Come Early
The All-Students baseball team,
of Honolulu, have written Mr.
Wishard to the effect that they
would prefer to cotne over a couple
cf days prior to July I'ouith. in
order that they mav be in fit con
dition for the games to be played
on the holiday. This alteration of
plans will mean additional ex ,
pense, but the supporters of the
excursion idea believe that the
money will be easily forthcoming.
W. II. Grote, of the Lihue store,
came near sustaining a woken
arm Saturday morning as the result
of an unusual accident. As it was
the member was badly bruised and
slightly laaerated in places.
The big mirror back of the new
soda fountain was being eased into
its proper position. Mr. Grote, at
the same time, stepped to the little
side counter and was engaged in
cheeking up a small cash register
which stood there. On a sudden,
the big mirror, with i t s heavy
frame, came toppling over, stt ik
ing Mr. Grote on the right arm be
low the elbow.
The small cash register, which
the bookkeeper was handling at
the time, was broken. Mosi fi.riu
nalely, however, the mirror was
not broken, and, in tact, appeared
to be uninjured.
Anion the Kauai plantations
pay ing dividends on the first of the
month were: Kekaha. 50 cents a
share, or 57,500, Waimea, $1.00 a
share, or $1 ,250,
j HOTEL WAIMEA
KvKKYTHING IN THK
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Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
j j j
j J J J
j DICK OLIVER, Manager
We carry all the best grades
of paper, stationery, and of
We will give your mail or
der the same care and prompt
attention that you would re
ceive in person.
Drop us a line.
Havaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Bldg. Honolulu
j Tickets are selling rapidly for
the Hawaiian church concert to be
given in Lihue hall next Saturday
Red Crown is in no sense a new grade or manufact
ure of gasoline. It is the same product which automobil
ists have known and relied on for years as "Standard Oil
Gas." We have always called it Red Crown and now
we wish you to know it by that name.
. If you purchase Red Crown you are lure of obtaining
a thoroughly uniform, reliable gasoline not a "mixture"
but a straight product of refining the best gasoline the
Standard Oil Company can make.
Red Crown signs are furnished to all dealers hand
ling Red Crown Gasoline. Watch for the Sign or ask
our nearest agency about delivery in bulk.
William Savidge, a businessj Rev. J. M. Lvda'e conducted
agmit ot Honolulu, toured Kauai ' services in the Lihue I'niun church
last week. Sundav evening.
New Zealand butter continues to ' "Stand. ml Oil" Coleman nude
be popular. Try it. S.41 hv J . I. th- tui .f Kauai husintss houses
Suva, Lleele. Ad t. last wck .