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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, June 23, 1914, Page 3, Image 3',
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TTinTGARDKN ISLAND, TIT'S DAY, JUNK 2.L 19M
1 II liisr jj
, 9 nor w ea
To look well and feel comfortable thicugh
the hot sticky day, that's your problem.
Come in see how we solve it.
"Keep Koo! Palm Beaches"
Will bring you Mot Weather Happiness
Will help you smile at Mr. Sun. '
There is a fresh, dapper style about
"Keep-Kocl" Clothes that makes pur
chasers of passcrsby---
We haven't fomotten either that value
is a vital point---you will like the price:
It is figured on a "come-again" basis.
We carry the
in two grades.
1st grade, boys' sizes, 2 1 -
2nd " " " 2 1-2
1st grade, men's sizes, 5 1
2nd " " " 5 1
These are the best school or woi't shoe rru-de.
Tan or Black.
.. 'L Mi n
with the swelter
hot range. Get an oil novo this summer and do your
kitchen work in comfe-rt. The.
OIL CODEC STOVE
does all that any wood or coal f lo e will do. It hakes, broils,
roasts and toasU perfectly. Tlie Ion;; chiiuncys concentrate
the heat just under t'u: utensils. It is noi wit.' ted or thrown
out into the room. The iV'W
iiell; doesn't taint the loud. It hums kerosene, tlie Ar
lean, cheap fuel. Think of the comfort io coal or &
wood to lug; no ashes
your dealer lor the
ci 1 1
FOR kjiaiiuai 1
BEST RESULTS (Calduruia)
USE HONOLULU K. I hillululii
2 to 5, at
to 5, at
- 2 to 10, at
- 2 to 10,
Store hoTPoTulu j
good oil fetovo M ill Jo away
and discomfort of a Mazing
Perfection corsn t smoke or
to diiiy the kitchen. A?k
TO OPEN JULY 1
Grand Jury Called For July 6;
Ani Trial Jury July C-Thc
C a I c n C: u r
The Tuly P-rni of the 1". i'lh C;r
out Court, Judge L A. Dick.v
presiding, will open at 9:30 a. in
Wednesday, Jr.lv 1, at which linn
the calendar will he culled and the!''"1"' of the shop is fastened on the;
trial cases set lor Hearing wituout
jurv will he proceeded with.
The vr.ii'd inrv wi!
at 9:30 a, in. Mondav, litly
the trial jure wi.l he in attendance
Wednod.-v Ff.lv 8, w..i II 111 ' Ii 1;:!
of civil jury tv.r'es will ! vein . h'l- , the inside. When he cause h; ek at
lowing rre the jury waived eases i night with sin auger, it w;.s an
to he heard: j easv matter to hore holes at the
W. O. Crowell vs. Ceo. A. Per-; right spots of sufficient size to in
traui. Assumpsit. Defendant's ap-1 scrt a wire,' with which he r. moved
Deal fivm Wai'iie.i Di-tiict Com t. ; both h'..k and holt.
Klisbelh Kapika Ki'is vs. C. Indicating th-.t the fellow was
V. Spit.. I-jectmeii. J. L Ka
I reakua, lu., for l'laintiit, S. K.
.::eo, j ,sq. ,vior ;xtcii;ant.
Civil Cases J:u
Leone, Chun.:', otherwise known
as Tai Chew, vs. I.uke Home. As -
sunipsit. J. M. Ka.neakua, Kso . .
r. .. i .1 .. : ... : rf e i i...
'i i laiuiiu, o. i.Mw. i i.iii ih.m...u ,
Ksq. for Defendant.
Criminal Cases Jury
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Thouia
vauor. LarceucN' 1st. degree
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Tonias Sal
vador. Larcency 1st. degree. In
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Mariano
I'.aroli. .Attempt to commit rape.
Commitment from Lihue District
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Tiof.'io !'a
dayios, Assault w i t h intent to
maim. Commitment from Hanalei
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Kawane Ki
saburo. A'-sault and Hattery. Ap
peal lioni Koloa District Court.
Terr, of Hawaii v:,. I'olicarno
and Satoruiuo k'aliel. Assault and'
llattcrv. Appeal from Koloa Dis
ti ici Court .
Terr, of ll avaii vs. Manuel An
drade. Assault a;.d Ilalttiy v.ilh a
weapon obio;i.-.ly and inuniiieiitly
iktngi-rous to life. Ceinii'.itment
from Koloa Li:-tiiit Court.
Terr, of Hawaii vs. Ch'.i Sing,
Uurglarv in 1st decrees Commit
meiit lioni Il.i'.iaiei District Court.
Terr, of Hawaii s. Cut Sinr.
Murylary in 1st. device. Cmmit
nitnt from Hanalei District Court.
Terr, o f lia'.vaii vs. ( iwei:yo
Merino. Asr.iull and lk.tteiv wi.h
a weai'on c.byiously and, ir. ndneut- I
ly dangei ens to lite. C o:
froi.i Kapaa Dir-tricl Cota
Terr, of Hawaii vs. 11
lS'.u eh.i v in l.-.t de
aient from i'.oi ja List: i
Xaturali.atio 1 Cases.
William Car! Meieharl
o; t ::e 1 '.: -.'. .e se ;i
i wii! t i . I'ridav at
!;';s wnk lor the Sun
ions, 1. ith w ill l:.-t tie
her. Mane o'. ill.' tcael
eelt'ue; away 111 I He steami 1
lav and Tue-.day for H.
die nd tlie i:i:,hh r
Tlie 1: w strainer Cil. .1, ia :;, jf
the .ni'. 1 i. ar -! law :,';ian liise, on
hit i-1 1 t ip to '.he 1-h.nds, ,.r
lived ".t Port A!h u Sunday morn
in;;, ' ringing a small shii ni' nt of
1 a -.t Ireight a. id ' wo la '-. h.t.
Ii' ti iisM 111.1:1. .-110 sa:a .1 a;.: ;n
1 1 a
su-t.'.r from pi 1 1 .Mlrni ;
1 o-,t hi-twell l'.lei le
I r. 1 . - :', : a. Kinder
kindly return to I'.ieele Hospital
Tin a "Ken..'..' ! d'' at
Lihue Store Mj.la ft.iu:ta:::. Adt.
Mex.s Retehelt. ' .T' r'VUhi HUJ' U
nOB COFFEE SHOP
The Chinese stoic and coffee,
(Miop L'.iCk ot I Ht? liliue More was
; again burgkiried I'ridav nisi;;,
' this lei in; Hi!- second lime it had
, been entered and robbed within
: The burglar v.-ent about his work
; quite systematically. The front
uiHue ov a hook and a lion, and
I opens outward, licfore the shop
ed for the night, the th:.f.
id pencil, ro.tghlv sketch-
, w Uh a
i . .
' ii tiic, outside ot 111:.- l..r the
.f tlic holt and ho,.'.
familiar wi;h the pnmi-a-s, hfo u
living to enter the -tore he i olu-d
ih.e proprietor of I lie shop and his
assistants up in their cottage.
j which stands hack of the kit-hen.
j This cottage door ha-a ha p and
-r.i pies for locking the door on the
j outside when the occupants .'.to n-
I . . .
raisi(, j wiien i ne oeeuoa.nts .;:)
way. Mr. Uurglar, m order not lo:,n'u ul:'"""i"1 """' i"-"i"-
he interfered with in his work, put
the hasp over the lock stai..!.' and
bolted it with an iron iin. thus se -
en: eiy 1 mprisonnig
Once imido "ho,,, the burg
lar to.'ik ,jown the e.
4-PFitr.ed it and abstracted the con
tcn.ts-ab UU 2. Two watches were
also taken, besides small articles of
!u-i T i
-1 r v r i
i:-. I he title of a bu-.
262 pages, received' hy the .diior
of Tin: Oariu-n- I u.aSu by tk
last mail from Hon. Xaoichi .Ma
saoka, Tokyo, editor and com
piler. It is a s, r:p jsinin bv re
presentative Japruie,e on Jap.an and
American-Japanese relations, and
seems to seek to bring about 1:
more perfect understanding be
tween the peep'ei of the two na
tions. This is the first vffort of tin
kind, gotten out in elaborate form,
which ha-emana ed from the Jap
anese side of the I'acif.c, so far as
litis paper knows.
'c::;r ,V II a 1 f1 III: n
"r vac- Xy; yf . . WZW
" X X?C ,HWk 2 1:3 t-IKf
r . ... .. , S2i?rv-s'
OF THE HI:
Historical Society Hears Of This
And Other Interesting
With Prudent W. II. Rice, Sr.,
ill l lie cnatr. f',n.. iin enjovaMe
! n)vl,tiii of the Kauai Historical
, Society was held in the Lihue
lj,rarv hist Thuirday evening
The secretary (Missl'.lsie Wil
cox) read a kltt-r fioui Mrs. T. I,
Kin it olTerinjr to nss'st I he society
in the was of ivniiiiisjeiROS of his
torieal interest around iiaualci.
Mr. I.ydaie nio.cd t'iat signa
tures 1v proxy he a'iov.d for ab
sentee apiilicants for membership,
the motion being adoptid.
Il was thereupon rn'omtiiended
(by J. M. LydRat.', S. W. Wilcox
and others) that Rev. O. II. Ou
lick, W. O. Snii.h, Mi ;s 1" ranees
Jol,.;s..;i an.! W. V.. R.nveil. of
llonokilu; and Jud;;o Jacoi) 1 lardy ,
of Lihue, "be elected to honor irv
r.ieinhtishii. So voted.
Mr. Liltfate sutrrestcd that,
otviujj to the closing of the schools
j to -uidwa.v IMands, to take olt tlie
I .... .1 .1 . , , , 1 t-t 1 1 -, nf l'i 4i 11 11 r fomilo
I ",ln 1110 l,1;,,la 111 ule ni,1,,nicr
j the next meeting of the society be
! deterred until September 15,
wliivh time Miss KIsie Wilcox
would submit a treatment of the is
lands to the westward of Kauai,
.wV: I. '"'! -r,le then, taking the
floor, trave the historic:.! LlCl1 'ead
ing up to tin- cruise of the Saginaw
parlv which, had been engaged in a
fruitless ef.oit to open Welle's
h.ar! or to navigation and establish
1 coaling station on Lower lirookes
i-laud for the uses of the Pacific
Mail Steamship Company. He
followed the Sa.;inaw to Ocean Is
land, the id e i of the captain being
to see if that were not a more de
sirable location for a coaling station
than Midway: and then described
ia t "1 the wreck of the vessel
on the reef at that place, and the
desperate dash of a small band of
h-r men for- Kauai in search of re
lief, only one of the party actually
reachi 115 the shore-, alive, near
R. W. T. I'urvis read not?s of
the lone sur.ivor of the expedition,
giving an account of the experi
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l"t i 16-1 -
I 1 v W IK I' U. jrB w r I T a M H k'A S
n 1 : K
1 J .1 ra w I I- i I
official axe for
A TROUBLE MAKER
a niipino police officer of Ko-
' loa. called Vrata, has been dis-
charged from the force for putting
I up a job on Yamainoto, an em
ployee of Koloa Sugar Company,
who keeps a sort of eating house
for the accommodation of laborer
on the plantation.
Vrata, it appears, sent a man in
to VMi aiiK to's place to buy wine.
The feliow bought ten cents worth
of crackers, laid down a dollar and
mailed for wine. Yamainoto told
kin he had no wine for sale, but
on his insisting took a part of a
bottle from a table and gave it to
him. The spy at once called in
Vrata and the restaurant keeper
In court Yatnamoto Lad no diffi
culty in pi ning his innocense ind
the case was thrown out. Sheriff
R'ee did the rest by firing the offi
cer who concocted the job.
W. I). McBryde will lie a passen
ger by the W. G. Hall today for
Honolulu, going over on cannery
business and, incidentally, to scan
the political horizon from a Terri
ences of the sailors on the vovage,
Whe disastrous outcome and the re
sults of the narrator's arrival at
Mr. Lvdgate, continuing the
narrative, read a paper, giving per
sonal recollections of A. S. and S.
V. Wilcox and Mrs. Sarah B.
DevCT'ii of the arrival of the boat
from the Saginaw at Hanalei.
This completed the first number
nn the program, which had provtd
President Rice then recited and
defined a number of ancient Ha
waiian proverbs, and Mrs. V. H.
Rice, Sr., told of letters received
concerning original settlers of the
It was decided mat one of the
features of.the next meeting; will
he facts of a historical nature in
and around Waimca, bv Judge C.
President Rice brought the very
interesting and instructive meet
ing to a close by relating a section
of the Hawaiian legends, at which
he is a past master.
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