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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1915 ,
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Address: THE GARDEN ISLAND, Lihue.
A Friend Comes To Defense Of
Werner And Hano.
(The intent o f the following
communication is to explain the
origin of the cases out of which
the Grand Jury found indictments
against Deputy Sheriffs Wm. Wer
ner and John Hano. The commu
nication, it may be explained, is
from a friend of the two 'men. Ed.
Editor Gardkn Island:
Facts in the cases against John j
Hano On the 23rd dav of March, i
r i i . r . i
ing a bribe were preferred against
John Hano, one of which was for
receiving thirty dollars from one
Jose Golinda, of Kapaa, to pur
chase his immunity from arrest
and prosecution for raffling, and
another for receiving ejght dollars
from one John Martines to pur
chase immunity from arrest and
prosecution of Manuel Souza, Cae- j
sar Souza and lohn Ruiz for steal-1
ing a calf; that at the arraignment
on Thursday morning before the
Fifth Judicial Circuic, John Hano1
was discharged for accepting a
bribe of thirty dollars on the con
clusive showing by him from his
official report to the sheriff of the
county of Kauai that the said sum
of thirty dollars had been turned
into the Treasury of the County as
bail forfeited by one Jose Golinda
and one other who were arrested
for raffling on June 7, 1914. The
other case had been continued for
trial until the next term of Court.
s WILLIAM WERNER CASE.
The Grand Jury after its second
investigation of conditions in Ha-
nalei as a committee of the whole
finally presented a true bill against
William Werner for having accept
ed a bribe of $25.00 from one Ah
Hoy to immune one Wong Kim
from sentence in the case of the
Territory against W o n g Kim,
wherein Wong Kim was charged
with assault and battery, while
William Werner was District
The tacta in that particular case,
were these: That on the 19th day
of November, 1910, one Man Yee
(w) was slapped on the head by
her husband, Wong Kim, tor dis
obeying his order not to take their
infant baby out in the sun. A com
plaint was lodged with J. K. Lota,
the Dsputy Sheriff o f Hanalei.
whereupon Wong Kim was arrest
ed for assault and battery. After
lodging the complaint, the wife
regretted her action and thereupon
went to the deputy sheriff to drop
the case, but that official insisted
upon a prosecution.
On the following day, to wit:
! November 20th, 1910, the matter,
up for hearing before the
j court, at which time, when ar
raigned, Wong Kim pleaded guilty
to the charge. The matter in par
ticular appears of record as follows:
Defendant plea "Guilty". "The
prosecution ask to suspend t h e
sentence on the ground this is the
first offense, and he would not do
it again, and of good character
ine motion is allowed and sen
tence is suspended lor t n r e e
months. W. Werner, Dist. Magis
In the indictment preferred a
gainst William Werner, however,
r i i .t
ior wincu ne was arrested and ar
raigned, the date of the commis
sion of the offense was laid as o
November 20, 1913. On the show
ing or tne record of the District
Magistrate t o Deputy Attorney
general S c 1 1, he immediately
amended the date to November 20
1910, whereupon a plea in bar was
interposed because prosecution was
barred by the statute of limitations
relative to criminal cises. No ar
gument was presented by cither
side on the plea. The Court recog-
j nixing the validity of the plea sus
tained the same and ordered that
the defendant be discharged.
W. V. Hardy, of the geological
survey, is again on his "stamping
ground" at Waimea, engaged in
the same work which claimed his
attention during his former stay
on this island. It is not certain how
long he will remain here.
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quires no expert at
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HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC CO., LTD,
Jose Pabusa, a gentleman from
Camp 2, js billed to appear in
udge Hofgaard's Temple of Jus
tice, Waimea, this morning. His
specialty is slight-of-haud tricks,
I being claimed that after a few
passes he caused certain clothes to
disappear from a friend's house.
lit. l-lH-.lt It. WllltlJ A- J
Eduardo Garcia will also appear
today. He. it is alleged, went
Pabusa one better, for after one of
his magic passes not only a suit of
clothes disappeared but some
money also came along. Garcia
skipped out to Honolulu, but the
wireless and the city police drag
net headed him off and he was
brought back to face his accusers.
Upon returning to Kauai Garcia
told a different story, and he will
repeat it to Judge Hofgard this
morning. In brief, he says that the
clothes were given to him.
Yen Koon Ha, Korean, tired of
waiting, perhaps, for Japan to
take a fall out of China, assaulted
a Chinaman in Waimea and was
before the court there yesterday.
Judge Hofgaard thought the
punch" was worth about $6,
,f ., ,
Douglas Baldwin Named
Speculation as to who would
succeed Mr. W. K. Schultze as
head luna of Hawaiian Sugar Coni-
pany's plantation (Makaweli)
came to an end a few days ago
when Douglas Baldwin was named.
He will assume his new duties on
Thursday. The new head luna is
very young, but is said to be well
up on the duties of the position.
As previously announced, Mr.
Schultze will leave Makaweli to
morrow, going to Kekaha to take
the position of assistant manager..
Mrs. Thornton, mother of Mrs.
Harold Morgan, who was lost in
the cane field over night a week
ago at Lihue, has entirely recover
ed from the shock due to her experience..
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l ELECTRIC Jf
The following arrived by the
Kinau Wednesday morning from
A. S. Wilcox, Mrs. C. U. Ma
kee, Mrs. S. B. Deverill, Mrs. A.
S. Wilcox, R. L. Halsey, M. H.
Scdes, Chuck Hoy, Miss II. L.
Harris, Mrs. W. A. Harris-, W.
A. Harris, Miss Gallagher, K.
Kuuinago and wife, J. O. Lutted,
Mrs. C. Ahau, Dr. Glaisyer, Judge
Dickey, F. L. Hoffman, L. E.H il-
dreth and wife, Dr. Kilbourne, J
Miss O. Bechert. Miss M. Bechert,
Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Pillar, Chong
Kee, W. Imanuge, S. Kato, Lee
Toma and 28 deck.
Following are the passengers
which arrived by the W. G. Hall
Friday morning: G. N, Wilcox,
Mrs. E. Gitt, F. A. Lyman, Ced
ric Baldwin, F. C. Fry, A. S.
Ewart, L. M. Judd, Dr. S. Rhev,
Mrs. Starks, II. G. Spauldiug, K.
W. Chang, Mrs? Ho, K. Yoshida,
Mrs. II. A. Reichcrt, E. K. Yap,
F. Broadbeut, II. B. Lyman, Paul
Baldwin, R. J. Baker, P. A. Gorm
an, F. Eggerking, J. Hill, Mrs.
Lilv Ah Nee Kekoa. Mrs. II. G.
Spauldiug, Miss J. Kainsko, Miss
Chang, Miss N. Yamamoto, Miss
Yoshida. J. M. Lydgate, Jr.. T.
Okada, C. D. Edinondson and 11
The schools of Kauai will have
their Easter vacation next week
Judge Dickey will leave next
Tuesday for Washington to ap
pear before the Supreme Court in
the Atcherley case. He expects
to return through the Southern
States, stopping off for a few days
in New Orleans.
L. M. Judd, manager of the
grocery department of Theo. II
Davies & Company, was a visitor
on Kauai at the week-end, return
ing to Honolulu Saturday night
Butterick fashion, sheets a n
samples of new dress material
mailed to any reader of Thh Gar
dun Island upon receipt of post
card. Address the N. S. Sachs
Drygoods Co., Honolulu.
When you're in Honolulu, call or phone 3431
and let's talk over cthe matter. We want
To my many f ri.cn ds and
patients. I wish to express mvsin
ccrest thanks for the kind and hos
pitable leception accorded to Mrs.
Hope and myself while on Kauai,
which will always be fresh in our
From a professional handpoint,
this visit by far exceeded mv ex
pectations, and I therefore have
decided to open in the nea'r future
a permanent branch in this Island.
which will be in charge of a com
petent optician, but I expect to
make at least three or four trips to
Kauai, to superintend the work
and to keep in close touch with
I shal 1 always see that eflicien
and conscientious services are given
to those who wish to consult us,
and I, hope that through the merits
of our work, we shall receive the
heartiest assistance and recom
mendations of our friends.
For future dates and appoint
ments address our Honolulu office.
II. K. Hoi'it,
Ivy a Sight Specialist, ,
Cor. Fort and Beretania Sts.
Neat .booklets for the vest poc
ket, containing list of all autos on
Kauai, with their numbers, on sale
at this office, 15f cents each.
A nasty fight developed among
the Filipinos in the Camp at Ka
paa Sunday morning. The police
appeared and arrested the two
alleged principals. They will be
arraigned in the court at that
Frank Crawford, cashier of Li
hue Branch of the Bank of Hawaii,
went to Honolulu by the Kinau
Martin Dreyer, nephew of C. W
Spitz, has arrived here from New
York diroct a:ul has taken a posi
lion in the Nawiliwili store of his
Ideal for irrigating
large or small tracts
Its o p e r a t i o.n is
By older of the directors of the "
Kauai Telenhnnir ("Vunnmiv't' n
dividend on the capital slocKv of-
the company has been declared
and made payable to the share
holders at the offioe of the Treas
urer, Mr. G. N. Wilcox, at Lihue,
on and after the 3rd, April, .1915.
R. W. T. Purvis
Secretary Kauai Telephonic Co.
Lihue', 20th. March, 1915. Advt.
Party moving away will Sell
good upright piano for $70.00.
Horse, buggy, harness anil house
hold goods very reasonable. "R."
Tub Gardkn Island. 2-t. Advt.
Notice To Creditors
ESTATE OF GUSTAV IT
. HANSEN, DECEASED.
The undersigned, having on the
19th day of March, 1915, been
duly appointed Administratrix of
Gustav II. W. Hansen, Deceased,
notice is hereby given to aller
sons having claims against the'
estate of said decedent to present
the same to her at Kekaha, Kauai,
within six (6) months from the
date of the first publication of this
notice, or the same will be forever
barred. Dated, Kekaha. March
26, 1915. ' ,
Hklkn E. Hanskn
Mar. 30. Apr. 6-13-20.
An important business meeting
of the Kauai Athletic Association
will be held at the County Build
ing in Lihue at 7 p. m. Monday.
All teams expecting to enter the
League series of baseball games
.this year, must have a representa
tive present. Y,
Other business of importance!
A. R. Glaisvku.
A T? D,.l. -... ,, ,
on Kauai, is nrmnitwnti f Minn linn
ed for the office of building and
I plumbing inspector in Honolulu.