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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1915
"As easy as an old sir e"
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COW A 111 OF
The repetition of an infantile
jingle by u pupil of the Kauai
High .School, coupled with the dis
covery of a fienrMsh net perpetrat
ed on a cow belonging to Policman
Montgomery, will in allprohabil
itv lead to the conviction of those
guilty of this inhuman cruelty.
At present the case is still in the
hands of Probation Officer Dean,
the slight evidence available point
ing only to a juvenile being possi
Last Thursday Officer Montgom
ery found two of his cows a t
Nawiliwili in distress, or.e with
an eve shot wav and the other
with the tongue almost severed in
two, the front half merely hang
ing by a thread,
Later in the day while at school,
Manji One, the 14 vear old son of
Oue, the Nawiliwili blacksmith.
was Heard to repeat plenty fun !
shoot cow and cut off tongue."
When asked by Timothy Kaiwi,
a school mate, what he meant. He
replied that that was what he had
When questioned later bv Proba
tion Officer Dean, however, Oue
denied participation in or know
ledge of any such affair.
The fevered part of the cow's
tongue is being conserved for fu
ture evidence in Hie case. It is
pointed out that the animal in
SET IH THE ff.
ejectiiuiit brought by Fiends'
A. C. Liktia adjust E. Akichi
AL.ma wr.s final: v settled out of'
Ti e case of Tom Lev vs. Chuj
Chung, I hi Lau Yen and Hee Fat
question is young, and of a frisky ! has been set for Friday next at
nature, probably requiring the ap-K:30, with iho understanding that
plication of considerable restrain- j defendants pay all expenses for
ing force for such an act to have ' ,ri,1KjMr u)e jtirv together on that
d.iv Attorneys E.A. Mott-Smith
been accomplished, which fact
may involve more than one culprit.
Mr. Joseph Macario, represent
ing Coyne Furniture Co., will ar
rive on Kauai, .Movefnrx-r . lor
business with headquarters at Ha
namaulu. care of Mr.Anlone No
briga, Jr. Adv.
Yoo SAY vp iNce's
MOTHER I . Oi-mmwo
kon$ ViFVYi OFF.
and Alexander Lindsay who, to
.itlur with C. S. Dole, are acting
for the defendants, are unable to
arrive in Lihue before date named.'
Ighitoi.t & Lightfoot, S. K. Ka
eo and J M. Kuucakua tepresetit
The jurv has been excused until
MISS IHD HAS
A BRIDGE PARTY
ITALIAN ANTI-TAUBE GUN IN ACTION IN AUSTRIAN TERRITORY
Misses Mum ford. Lottie Joidm
and Mrs. Burke were hostess?? at
a very p'easant 'Bridee Evening.'
High scores were evidenced that
players had not lost any of their
former skill at the game, in spite
j of its having been more or less on
the wane during t h e past few
The prizes for t.le occasion were
in the form of well selected books.
Lady's high went to Miss Baker,
Mrs. Averv caprurinR the prize
tor low score, while on the other
side Mr. Averv ran up the highest
The party confuted nf Mtsdim
es: W. C Avery, M.Om.i iun. v,
J. L. Robertson. W. 11. (.'..--.!-,
Misses Catherine Onmannev. Sil
btirn Purvis. Elsie Wilcox. Grace
Barker. Lottie Jordan. C. A.Mum-
jford, Mrs. Burke; Messrs. Averv,
C r o p p, Robertson, Crawford,
Grote, Dickev. McCall, Dole. Der
by and Vincent,
Monday Morning next, November 1 5. Entire
line of Holiday Goods, consisting of Norwe
gian Jewelry and Spoons, Japanese Ware of all
Kinds,. Cut Glass, Hawaiian Jewelry and Sou
venir Goods. Books, Fine Stationery. Toys of
all kinds. Christmas Cards in beautiful and varied
Many Other Items Too Numerous to Mention
C. B. Hofgaard & Co., Ltd.,