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THR OARDUN ISLAND TUESDAY. JANUARY 19, '.915
The History of Lihue
SXn. W. II. TiJce, Jr.
(Continued from hist issue.)
Dr. Smith conducted services that Mr. Wielem.itin was serving
lierc also, assisted 1v Hookui. in the Leuislalni e he r.si-d his in
Paul Kanoa, Solomon Ka:nah-.ilo , tin' nee towards the pi-ssin., of a
IU1HIU IKItS l-UB lp
WN SIIFFRAfiFI k P
hull souk liltk
and Auamo. the latter a most elo
quent lav speaker, holding the at
tention f his mtK'.ree.atinii lv the
hour. When Mr Riee arrived (mui
I'unahou in 1854, having found i'.
necessary t: leave there on account
of his health, he assumed the care, presented his resignation and
of the church touethcr vitlihi.- about in depart to California.
Deleirate Kuhio has sent to Tin;
Oakdkn Island a copy of the hill
introduced bv hini in Con tress.
bill to reduce the salary of the which, if passed, will make woman
Kai;:.i Circuit Jiid-e, there having ! suffraKe a political issue in these
miinosity between Islands at the next flection The
Jiu!i;e ll.mb and Mr. Widenuinn.
However, just then, unknown to,
Mr. Widemann, Jude Hardy had
duties of manager of the vourn Widcnn.ni: received the anpoint
plantation, and was assisted must . nu T.t as successor to Jndye Hardy
ahly hv Mrs. Rice in the duties of i and fell heir also to the reduced
the Sunday-school. For the re
mainder of her lone; and uel:'!
life sl'.e maintained a steadfast and
lovinR interest in the church and
children of the chinch. Thore be
ing no seats at first "Mother Rice"
as she afterwards was known, was
provided with a saw horse to sit i'i riiia in
on and for years she personally McJ'.rviic
conducted the thriving Sunday- j
school, numbering in one ot hc-r '
earlier classes the Lnveli hrothei s, .
John. William and Daniel. Jonn
ami William Opiinui. S. 1! Me;;e- i
ula, Jose Keaee and manv olhe:--.
This thatched church gradually
assumed the dignity of a more i
salary." However, lest this mic;ht
create- a wiong impression of Mr.
'vv 'i(!ei;;,,i-.ii 1 must sav here that he
was most p.pi'1;.iv and well lii.ed,
i e-.'.i ' j.; .1 reputation for geniality
and fair dealing.
Jud.je Hardy returned trom Cali-
an '.1 succeed. Judge
which appointment he
h,cld until his retirement in in2
a remarkable a n d
:o:;oi.t!.c career ot forty tnrte
e. us on the Iva;!;d henc'i. .iud.ee
1.. . . Dickey was ;,p; m ii n u d sir
eossoi to Judge Haniy in llJi'2.
The earl Circuit Court w.,s
1 1 i 1 i reads as follows: j
lie it e -.acted hv the Senate Mid!
House of Represtntnti es of the j
United Slates of America in Cn-
Kress assembled. That in additionj
to oilier powers gu.ntcd by Coi,-
gress, the Legislattirr of the Ter
ritor of Hawaii will be,., and is j
hereby, vested with the right to;
provide that all female citizens of;
the United States, who possess the j
qualifications now prescribed by i
law for voters other than that of I
sex, shall have the right and be
qualified to vote at every election ;
held within the Territory of Ha-!
Sj-c. 2. That i n addition
Taper Bags, Twines,
IN Till: TKKIMTOIJY
mail (i;di:i:s riioMiTl.Y
PAPER CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice Pre. & Mgr
1-0!: !:'.-! ! II
..... . v in.n 'iv. .1 11 M, ,1 ...
1 . ( e vi.i-i si .- i it 11 is 11 1 m .uiiiiTiri,
'the said Legislature of the Te: ri
! tory of Hawaii sluill have an ! is
;cld in Ilanalei. that place be-ii'tr!
s.iiot .lit ial root . then later tin otigh crca'.eu by law the seat or justice,
theefotsof Mrs Will tan Hy de for the Jsh.nd i 11 1 ,S46. The Court '
W holesale and Retail Groceries
Dry GooJs of all Descriptions.
the Hawaiian women
ch. .1 wooden tlooi v
dc buih'i i:
r ,...1, ,1
man more e.ns
1 v mI-k :i .:.
. d to, l..;ikiug a
of woiship for
tiKinks to the
w.'s move:! to Nawiliwili in KS.S1.
hi l.l51 Mr. Godfrey Rhodes
was District Attorney tor tl.
h:i'd and in pso Mr Wi
Harrison kiie- luh! that iiosii:
of oiiie 1 1 :.; ! i;:ciMi:l 1 r'..-
:cei: unabie 10 p;oeure dala.
K-sid'tig at Mah.iiii.ilu at the
same lime as Judge and Mrs. Bom!
were Lieutenant and Mrs. Re -
(itialii its ot I he
)d Ha- j iui'hIs, t h e former
waiian h.ard woods lived as the ori
ginal frame woik. j
In the year 1901 through the
gtnu rusitv of Mr. and Mrs. A. S. )
Wilcox a beautiful and commodi-!
ous church was erected 011 uie;h,r a la.nie-, and i.urehastil the
iif.c In -i'
worship as also the two or three: .-u the present da .,. : c
Iroai the U .S. N.ivy. It is said
that I.ie-ut. Ri t in his after making
a trip aro:.:nd the islands chose
Malumalu as being to hismind the
most delightful and health! ul spot
same grounds as the Hawaiian , pK-ce ot property situated n..
church and these two houses of : ,,f Judge Bo.mI's. the san-.e J,
other churches ot t tie district stand , home years later, on a trip tt
a i monuments to that desire for! lie Islands as C.ipt. Re nobis,
the better things of life without j he took the company of mission - i
which no community can hope to I arics from Kauai up to Honolulu
succeed. J to a general meeting. Capl. Rey-
This new church has had as its! nold's name is associated with ac
pastor since its first year, Rev. j. ! counts of the early surveys of the
M. I.vdgale, lie having served iif Islands to the wi ml ward. Upon i lie
that capacity for the toi fign con-; outbi .. ak of the Civil War, Capt.
gregatiou since KS96 !R yr.ol.Ts l,ft the Islands to serve
Thecoi1rtl1011.se of eaily iay a'ai ivce 1 . o .1 l',t rwai ds the rank
stood on the grounds Low occu ,,i Ad uoi I.
pied by the High School, but near-j About the vear 1S.S9 .Malumalu
er the road than its success . r It war purchased by the-Smith family
was blown oyer in a violent wiml 1 a: ! an industrial school establish
storm from being rather insecf.relv en in Ks'M is a memorinl to their
hereby vested with the right to
submit to the qualified voters of
the Territory of Hawaii the ques
tion as to whether female citizens
of the United Stales, who possess
the qualific.ilicnis now prescribed
;bv law for voters other than that of
jsex, within the Ti t ritory of lla
iwaii, shall be granted the lights of
; suffrage wilhiu tl e .rd Tcrrl'oiy;
!aud to further provide t hat shnmld,
Ion any election called b" ;he jn'r-Ip.i--
of determiuiir.: s n'.l quest inn,
.. li;apnit of the- KiH'5 east favor
a granting of such sulfr..ge, then,
and that event, thereafter snid
teinale citizens shah h ce the
right "f such suffrage within sai l
Sr.c. Th.it this A c 1 shall
take effect from and after its approval.
Supervisor and Mrs. .Venefoglio j A '-v breeding p.-ns of S C.
and their little daughter returi-ed XVhit'' beghorus and Barred I'lv
to Wainiha on Thursd.iv after 1 "lolUl1 Rocks-all I lire bred birds
spending a week most pleasantly ! iro111 .'"'"orted stock. Also settings
with Mr. and Mrs. F. A Aleaud-'of L'RRii frolu 1,01,1 varieties.
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
v.ce, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
' the island.
;r, at Kleele.
Apply P. O. Box 65. Lihue.
Growing Young This Winter
built over a cellar.
property was thereupon taken
a Court House, continuing in tliat
'capacity until the erection of out
line new County Building in 1914.
The ea-lv Covernors were K :
liahdla. 1S24; Kaikioewa. is 26;
I'aul Kanoa. I-.dw; rd Hush. I'. !'.
Kanua, lS4o 1.S77: ( ioyenn ss I.a
nihau. and W. II b'iee. With the
exception of lovernes .-. Lanihau
and Ivlward Bush, w h o lived
111 Koloa. these (.overnois ah need drowning in the mil! pond. It was
in f.ihue. When occasion required I General Marshall also who caused
Governor l'aul Kanon was assisted , tu '" ''"'b 'be millpoml which
bv either badges' Hardy or Mc I is r""" l() i v ,Ume :nvav with
pj,. ' .and strange to s. iv during a later
V 1 ' (visit to I.ihue, which he made in
Judgo Jacob Hardy ami Mrs !s9()i ,hv ,.,., , p,,,,. nuU (!lR. ,
II. u ;. lived at Mabmndu, in a I heavy storm. Upon le:-v'.ng the is-
patents, in', and Mrs. Smith, who
labored so louj; a. id faithfully !or
the Hawaiian people in Koloa.
This school struggled for some
years, but owing to the great popu
larity of similar institutions on
Oahu had to be discontinued in
Genera! Marshall, whom I shall
mention lahr in connection with
early daws of Lihue plantation,
was a contempoi;, ry of Capt Rey
nolds and Jndgc Bond. It was said
he oh 1: d a tine large Xewfou nl
land dog which made a name for
itself by .iscuiug several from
T C - - 1 . . 1 , . r .
11 we coiuti leverse uie wneci ot time ant
sitinuing in the opposite direction, there asc
ot us wno wouhin t do it, are there? I-v, of us like
the idea of growing old, no matter how we may try to
put a brave faceupon it.
But perhaps if we would sit clown and look into
this matter of mowing old very critically and thor
oughly, we might not find it such an irrevocable thing
as it seems. Indeed we mieht find that duriner this
very winter, no matter what the turning leaves of the calendar mav
sav, we can grow vonnj, and the tkxt spring, we can be considerably
ouuger than we are at present.
For after all, what is youth but alertness, interest in things, zest
in life? And because the mind is active and runs hither and yon on
quests of inquiry and enjoyment; the body keeps active, the blood
flows vigorously. It is only when the mind becomes dull, sluggish,
when it isn't receptive to new thought, when it gets into ruts of think
ing, when it becomes "sot," so to speak, that the body begins to take
on what we call age, that it shows forth in its way the effect upon it
of this kind of thinking, and m comes stiff, inelastic, unresponsive
The circulation slows down We become sluggish, slow-moving,
Wouldn't it seem then that the way to grow young this winter, or
to keep young, if we do n) :vl uallv need to face about the other way,
is to keep the mind interested ; ml alert, to give it those things which
will nourish it ami m..ke i; blossom out in many interesting an 1 beau
difficulty , especially if we
tn 1..' r A house, haying pure
the pr.;ertv . Main ot the irtii'
lreis.it Maiuina'iii. were planted
bv bin: and si vend chi!dien were
bis , uvtcc e-.-lun.alii
a s!.o: t t hiK
na mi tl
1 'here. Judge I
And this is not tb'flici.lt . The chief
are growing old fast , is to make the initial effort. It is easier to re
main as we are, even though we mav not be satisfied, than it is to in
augurate a change, and this is where we need to exert ourselves. But
this once done, the veiy change wilt have in it enough ot novelty and
enjoximnl to keep the good v. oik going.
lands he w as a-s'ic':ati d with Grr.c-j So : t we want to gi ow young tins winter, let us lake up some
r a I Arm-i:ong, another Island j '.'ndy that will bring us into contact whh new interests a: d new pen
man, :-. s Businci-s in nager a tjl'b:, .".ml progress in which will give us satisfsction. It must he some
Hampton Ii -tilute, th- big school 1 bning tor which we have a real liking, for if we go to it as to a task,
'or uegtots, established ;.t the-close
or. had liw-1
I le was as-o
K 'A ill; J Huge
:ge ii., r
1 of the Civil War
doetor ( f its
s'-i veil aloft nu
trom 1.S51 u.:ti! 1 '.S J
dy's term was !n 111 s.S
in w hieh ear i. .- mo e
fornia. d.sposing of iiis .Malumalu!
propciiy. II. A Wiiieiiiun then,
reef "t il the ap; o. n n: . 1: ' . . ; i n;.
two Near--, t : (.111 !.Vi." ,. is'. a
w hen he w.l. s.;. a et tied i J.i.h. ,
Duncan '.IcBr tie, who s..i,,l in-,
tl 1.S77. Ms! It l"f 'ill r,l,l , . !
tie anecdote of Jtn
might be apropro
Igb.iie iiad no
own am! this togethei
with no telephones, was a real
; hardship The ueait-'. doctor was
I .ctii' Sn.i'h in Koloa but before
1 1 i'n
: e p'oeert
;.r- hour o! a
I it meant
;ina -1 ::, ! 11-
II al io .-
The 1 esidents of Sleepv Hollow
m ah fauious by Washington Irv
iil . wouh! have - nn pa' h ied keen-'
'e 'lb ; !1 who must go to Koloa I
' .r th.- doctor at night, for 'In- old ;
.ana"....' p-n, trtt-- foin.erlv near,
th.- bt -ini of the mount lius fcit the'
G mi was said to h' c been (he 1 1 i tl - '
ing ptace oi i-ibbi-r-, and akuasj
! in k- ! :u its h i'ith n de)tb.s
(Couiiiiued in next issue.) '
it will not nave Hie eltect we il sire.
Then in addition, We need to take in good plays, good music,
gootl lectures. Sometimes u requires an tifort to do this. Often it is
much easier to sit comfortably at home in an easy chair than it is to
dress and go out. l-'speeiallv is this true if one Bves in the suburbs.
The thought of the biirrx and scurry of the tiresome ride, all make
the prospc'H of a trip am thing but inviting.
But a'! th's is age talking And if we want to go 0:1 growing
old, we will li-te-n and act upon such suggestion.
But if we want to grow vo 'ng. we will not heed them. We will
think of the pleasure ahead ot ns and we will dress with keen interest
We will enjoy the ride. We will cuue home with new things to
hi lib ai :d talk about The result of our little pleasure ex r.rsion will
be fell for several days in our freshened .est in life.
Most 0 1 us h."e p.is-eti through such an experience. We have
!v to smut ai; t . l.ee.;use of the effort required to go,
come home ! vi.l tt ned, interested and with food foi
l'.ts for m::nv ''ays.
a!! the time and in big w ays, mid it
!) ck 1 he wheel of time.
hp Hono tiki Iron Works um- a
pany Solicit Correspondence and
will gladly furnish estimates re
lative to the modern equipment
of mills and factories.
Wherever and whenever it is
You will find Electricity a willing, an in
expensive, and a reliable servant.
I Waimea Stables!
a d Auto-
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THKIR DESTINATION IN TURKIC HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
m mm - a-v .
4if ii3 &ag
t ,.i ( .1... kilfr
bi tolle'ce :::imes vou v ill iiad v-.V-',-,.
that the l:a!l alw-t iuvarifM v 4t "'
ti-J is the KE.'...:l Oi- l-'K ' -
AMKUiCAN LEAGLE I'.'U. XVfJ i,.
but tin- I:KS T that's v- ;:y t a u e .A--
i n .
r. x l. t s. . - t . -
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AmtruMn u-i.'.w lor I. :, yr ... T. ., ,i- 1 t ic C.ii'.ci..! 1 tinr i...... :.n ui'Mt
l.all rait 1 u--.l .:i tir.y i.e.nc -:nn. 1-rice evt-rvw .tt-rt m . -..
me ucst.n irjur-marh Dn all simrtln tiotids Is a jtiar !t. e ul ottalty It n.tin catls
tacllon. a nfv artltle or nur money bjfk (except on Uiln an(l'l.iu uiijtr si no
fSASJis Thti ItKAi H OFKICIAI, BASH H A I.L til'l I 'I'b.-ntri.
nii-a HuuiuniT ui tat) Aineritiau lile, IMaL.ry anil iitn.los cf W urlU i
1 .wu. uv, IVVBI.WMUniUI Ut U Ulll.l.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd. y
for the Territory of Hawaii
: lit thotU.-
.1 iist jnit ibis into hi '. i
i taiuly will help von it,. I "i n
That is, Took such as a master mechanic
would be glad to specify and use
job he thought a lot of Tools for
purpose for every trade write to
Lewers & Cooke,
177 King Street