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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 10, 1914,
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of da
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
Saji Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Saving
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
Everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
j HOTEL WAIMEA
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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.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Young Bldg. Honolulu
Office Supply Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Agent lor the
ami (UmIit hi Oll'uv Stationery
ami Filing SjrtcniH.
Carry a eomplete ftork of t lie
Cilohe-Wernicke Filing Caliinets
All repair on typewriters guaran
Cjem Gomes is no longer in the
emplov of the Hanapepe Store,
and this store will not be respon
sible for his conduct or obligations.
We feel that we hav given the
public good service in the past,
and beg to assure our friends of
even better treatment in the fu
ture. Jos. Gomes,
Proprietor Hanapepe Store.
Haiupepe, November 2, 1914.
There is no smoke nor
the taste of grease. They now are tasty and crisp. They H
are made more digestible, for Crisco is all vegetable. P
The same Crisco tnn be used to fry fish, onions, dough
nuts, etc., merely by straining out the food particles
after each frying.
Crisco gives pastry a new flakiness and digestibility
Crisco always is of the same freshness and consistency.
It's uniform quality makes for uniform results.
Crisco give richnessat smaller cost, It brings cake
making back to popularity. Butter bills are reduced and
cakes stay fresh and moist longer
I We want you
tor every cent you spend ror elec
tricityso we recommend
Westinghouse Madza Lamps
which give three times the light,
yet use less current.
You can trust us to send the kind and
quality of shoes you HOPE to get
(for men, women or children) and we
are glad to prepay the postal charges.
Your order will be filled the day we re
ceive your letter.
Manufacturer's Shoe Store
Honolulu Monument Works, Ltd.
All the Big
If vou attend anv of tiie
big collece games vou v-ill find
that the ball almut invariably
used is the REACH OKI-K IAL
AMERICAN LEAGUE KAl.L,
College men voii't have wivthing
but the BEST that'i why they all ust
College men know too that ti.e Keach
American League for ten year, ami i the
ball can be used lu any League game. rrtce every wnere
The Beach Trade-mark M all Sporting Goods Is a faarantee el qnallty It means satis
faction, a srw article or your money Dark (except on Ball and Bats under tl.00.
Tne HKAIH or r HIAL base HALL tit 1 1 1 K I'll, reooj.
nlifHl authority of Ot Americau Leaue. History ana photos of , f wlds
&eut. auuiuuies, rvcerus, co. lu
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
lor the Territory of Hawaii
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Wanted to buy a imggy norse.
Not over $75. 00. See Mr. John- j
ston, Huleia School. Adv . !
- For Shortening
odor. Fried foods nre free from
to get full value
Rail has b-t-n atoptrt by the
Olficial League ball. No other
cvuio at aoaicrir or oy ii.au.
The llilonian will arrive at Port
AUeji ab(jiU T,mrsd
f r0IM Honolulu. She is bringing
275 tons of freight to Kauai.
GRAND JURY HEARS
When the Grand Jury assembled I
in the Circuit Coutt room Wednes
day morning, Judge Dickey read
the following charge:
There can be no legal conviction
in this Territory for any offense
I punishable by imprisonment tor a
term exceeding one vear without
indictment by Grand Jury,
j The Grand Jury is designed not
j only as a means of bringing to
trial persons accused-of ciime upon
si'fli. i.,it in-.,,,,,,!. I.,. t
t.umg pt.s.n-s against unfounded
j .causations, whether proceeding
: from the government or indivi -
duals. V o tt have therefore as
Grand Jurors a duty to society
und-r which vou should r. quire
parlies aga-'n-t whom there are
"ist grounds upon which to charge
the commission of crimu, to be
held to answer thereto, and a duty
to the individual also, to protect
him from prospeculions under in
Various district magistrates of
the county have found cause to
believe that certain persons have
commitleed crimes and committed
them to jail until you examine in
to these cases and either find in
dictments or refuse to do so. These
matters havj a first claim upon
your attention. on are also re
quested to examine all other mat
ters which mav be broiiKht to your
attention by t h e Court or the
County Attorney. Vou arc not
limited to tlu.se matters, howevrt,
but also examine into any other
alleged violation of law that may
come to your knowledge, either in
the course of vottr investigation
of matters brought before you,
through your own observations or
such as may be brought before
you through your members.
It i f also vour privilege and
right to inquire into the manage
ment and conduct of all publi in
stitutions i n this caunty under
Territorial or County control.
Vou will hear the witnesses for
the prosecution, or as many of
these witnesses as you deem nec
essary and if in your judgment
'he evidence o f such witnesses,
unexplained a n d uncontradicted
would warrant a conviction bv a
trial jury, it will be your duty to
find an indictment. Iiecatise of the
partial character of your investiga
tions in hearing only the testimony
of the prosecution you must weigh
well the testimony produced and
in arriving at a conclusion as to its
truth or falsity may take into con
sideration not only the statements
of a witness but his manner of tes
tifying a n d appearance on the
stand, as well as the inherent pro
bability or improbability o f his
Vou need not, however, use up
your time in hearing cumulative
testimony. The hearing of more
than one witness to prove a given
fact if vou give the testimony of
such witness full weight and credit
and it alone would, in your judg
ment, justify you in finding that
there is probable cause to believe
that a trial jury would convict, is from 2-4 p. m. Vou are notrequir
an unnecessary tax upon your , ed to meet on all court days but
time and patience and an unneces
sary cost to the taxpayers of the
Vou may obtain subpoenas from
the clerk for witnesses. The County
Attorney will be ready at all times
to assist you in your examinations,
will examine witnesses and draw
up indictments for you. Vou may
also, yourselves, examine all wit-!
nesses and may have such inter-',
prefers as you need. Except the
county attorney, interpreter and
the witness under examination no
person s-lia'l be permitted to be '
present at any of your sessions clerk,
and you must exclude all persons, I appoint Mr. F. R. Tiaccy as
including the County Attorney, foreman, and Mr. Kelei Montgoin
from your presence while you de- ery bailiff.
liberate and when you vote. Any,
indictment found by you may lie
set aside if this rule i, violated.
The sessions of a grand jury are
secret liocause it would be a haul-
ship to any one against who tin-
THE ELECTION ON
SLID OF KAUAI
The election on Kauai last Tues
day passed off very quietly, there
being nothing in any of the pre
cincts to disturb the even course
of events. It cannot be said that
any of the general results were
sutprising, except that the majori- j bnbly return the following Satur
ty of Mikaele over Knmh.cn for the i day night to Honolulu, he may
Senate was b.rger than had been j remain over until the 24th.
anticipated. The former was elect-j lktween now and the middle of
ed by the unexpectedly large vole j February Mr Kinney will have to
polled by him at Kleele. Makawc-1 arrange his school estimates for
h and YVai in Chandler, also,
In,lk'(, ratber farlhcr l" tllL' ,n,rt
i than .cen exwetcd.
l I he total vote cast by the island
was not quite so large as in the
primary. For Delegate, for ins
tance, the total was an even 900,
while in the primary it was 945.
The number of spoiled ballots was
about the same at each election.
Uy some it is regarded as unfor
tunate that Senator Kuud.-ten, one
of Kauai's veteran legislators, was
not returned, The new senator,
Mlkaele, is untried, but seems to
have the confidence of those who
know him best.
Knhio polled about the same
vote on this island as was given
him two years ago, although it
(550) was not so large as the com
bined Rice and Knhio vote (706)
polled at the primary in Septem
ber. Of the successful House candi
dates, Kula and Fassot'i are new
men. and for a new man the for
mer (level -iped great strength.
Fassoth, as will be noted by the
table elsewhere, was beaten bv
Chandler, Democrat, o n Kauai,
but was pulied safelv across the
line by the Niilntt vote.
Kxcept in the matter of the vote
for Senator, really very little inter
est was taken in the election; and
the contest between Senator
Knudsen and Mikaele probably
had the effect of drawing out a
large per. cent of the electors who
visited the polls.
founded charges are brought, if
such charges should be made pub
lic, and in order that there may
be the utmost freedom of disclo
sure of crimes and of discussion
by you in your deliberations and
in order that the danger of escape
of accused persons before r.rrest
and of improper influence on wit
nesses may be lessened.
Witnesses appealing before you
may be sworn by your foreman, or
if he be absent, bv anv of your
number. I shall hand your foreman
a form of oath, which you are to
use in swearing all witnesses.
No indictment can be found
without the concurrence of at least
twelve grand jurors, nor can a ses
sion of the grand jury tie had un
less at least thitteen of your num
ber are present.
A n indictinert, when found
should be endorsed "A. true bill"
and such endorsement si tied by
your foreman and by the County
The hours of your daily sessions
shall be from 9 a. m. to 12 m. and
only upon such days as the proper
discharge of vour duties requite.
No member of the grand jury
should be excused, except by order
of the court and if any member is
absent at any time or delinquent
it will be the duty of the foreman
to present that fact to the court.
Vou may select one of your until-
ber as clerk, to keep the minutes
of your proceedings, but only such
minutes need be kept as will enable
you to make your final leport to
the court ami no additional p i
will be allowed the one acting
Vou are at liberty at any time
to apply to the court for further
I.. A. Dickia ,
i I.ih'te, November, 4, llH4.
KINNEY TO TOUR
Superintendent Henry W. Kin-nt-v,
of the Department of Educa
tion, has planned another tour of
the schools of Kauai. He will ar
rive here on the morning of Nov
ember '.8, and while he will pro-
j the next two vears, to be present-
i td ' ",C
pal object of his visit over here at
this time, therefore, will be to get
exact data on the needs of the
various schools and an idea of the
amount of money to be required
during the next fiscal period.
TO GET NEW WHARF
If the citizens of Kauai want a
new wharf at Waimea, thev can
have it provided they buy $26,
000 worth of the new territorial
bonds. This is the decision reach
ed bv Governor rinkham and an
nounced today by his new cabinet,
official. Treasurer C. J. McCarthy.
For several years the citizens have
been urging the territory to build
a permanent pier ntWainiea. They
ate to have their desire granted at
last, if the funds can be raised.
The last legislature set aside an
appropriation of $26,000 for har
bor and wharf improvements on
the Garden Island. As yet none
of this amount has been expended,
for the very good reason that the
money has not been available.
The board of harbor commissioners
decided some time ago that this
sum should be expended in erect
ing a good pier at Waimea, and it
was expect d that the money
would be at hand from the sale of
the new bond issue in the East be
fore this time.
The failure to make a sale in the
States has necessitated some fur
ther delay, though the governor
has now agreed that the improve
mtnt shall be made if sufficient
bonds can be sold at home. When
the bonds arrive from New York,
which should be within the next
week or two at most, they will be
ready for sale over the counter at
the territorial treasurer's office,
and anyone looking for a conser
vative 4 per cent investment may
purchase. T o comply with the
law such sales must be made at a
price slightly above the price paid
for the last advertised sale of
bonds, however. This means that
the investors will be required to
pay $100.01 for each $100 worth
"If the people of Kauai want to
assure the construction of th new
pier at Waimea they can do so by
joining together and buying an
aggregate o f $26,000 worth o f
these bonds," said Treasurer Mc
To Stay On Job
I feel greatly elated over the fact
that the voters of this Territory
have seen the good which can be ac
complished by voting the straight
The overwhelming Republican
vote which was cast today shows
that the voters of Hawaii have a
wakened to the fact that "Good
Government" can only be accom
I phshed bv electing Republicans to
Personally, I appreciate the con
; fidence that the voters have shown
in me. I assure them and those
j who did not ote forme that I will
be in Wasiiington attending to my
duties all ot the time in other
i words, " I'll be on the job" all of
, lhe time; working for the best
interests of Hawaii nei. Hawaii
! lias a KTcai luiure. ii is up 10
i ose who were elected today to
! m Xe this possibility a reality.
J. K. Kai amanaoi.K.
MUST BUY BONDS