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eIcuX Tg&SD, TUESDAY, AUGUST 0, 1921
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Box GS, Honolulu, T. H.. W -V. I .iJ A
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..Chcfjjistry of Sugar ...Civil Engineer ...Higher Accounting
..Navigation ...Agriculture ..Foreign Trade
..Liecrical Engineer ..Krult Growing. ..Banking
..L.igK(lng. Wiring ..Livestock, Dairying ..Salesmanship
'.iTi-iefirapb, Telephone ..Surveying, Mapping ...Advertising
' Merltanlcal Engineer ..Structural Engineer ..Window Trimmer
!urai(lsman ..Architect ..Show-card Writer
Machine Shop Practice ..Contractor, Builder ..Sign Talntor
..Boilurmaker ...Concrete Engineer ..Civil Service
Stint-metal worker '..Plumber ..Cartoonist
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Office Hours Daily Except
Kppaa, near Court House
: 8 to 11 A. M.
Lihue, Tip Top BIdg., upstairs
1 to 5:30 P. M.
Muny and varied were the cases in
tht Lihue District Court since the
beginning of the month.
Oi.e. Rssault and battery and vio
lations of auto regulations figured
.prominently; even h weighty mem-
' ber of the famous lions of Rest of
!Kt:ilia made his appearance but re
1 li.ctantly contribute;! his mite to
rtlgi.fli county ctfjfers, and there-
ilvji xlJiled Hie the5r$f. that "they"
vrtriN tifcinpt from arrest.
U Hkfr;iti,i 'a IfrMtanfltrtu Filipino was
the, first mnn on the carpet charg
ed vlth assault and battery. Sa
Wral left the court a sadder but wis
er man end minus 21 good Iron men.
Theodor Nidaros i f the Nawillwili
breakwater force, thought he could i
boat the sun end reach home be-
fof; If got dark. A:as Theodor lost
out 1'ip coris rot him on the Nlu-
m.ilu hill and Theodor is out eleven '
X. E. Weight of ealia defied the1
Tjiliun police force by driving past j
Hie Tip Top after 8 p. m. without a!
trillvht. That cost Ernest the good
ly sum of ten pluapae, painstakingly
inrt in the best sfpeirtserian style made 1
ifj NMTyjiSi't'I&riii o a check. The'
Ja4irfuouiAc-fr. Weight to have1
hi wires overhauled.
mnndo Perrelra of dairy fame ap
nv.ml In court charged larceny of
"omn chickens alleged to belong to
Iwh r'lecessyrrr The court patiently
:i!t(Jr an hour to allow complaining
itidf!ss tq appear, falling which, the
rfis 'was dropped for lack of prose
cution and Amando departed smll
;in for his new place of abode, Ko
loa. Oke brought two Chinese in trou
ble. Lee Tal was caught at Puhi
peddling the stuff; he willingly sur
rendered his stock in trade to be
stored In the sheriff's dark room,
(by way there is an awful smell in
tlitt room) besides had to plunk up
on.- hundred and fifty iron men as
ball money nnd was allowed to de
part Lee Tai failed to show up o
ihe court, is the willing beneiciar'
of th-- munificent Lee Tai.
Oke again made trouble for another
C-'li tful son, one Ah Wing who hr.d
the stuff on bis premises. Another
Sir," plus 10 gallons No. 1 Oke was
The willing forfeit.
One Kim Oho Yil. a Korean lrjm
Kiwuea, is held for investigation but
ns his case is on a larger scale, it
is liely It will be transferred to
Honolulu for trial, the sheriff having
been in wireless communication with
tho U. S. district attorney in Hono-
However, the man is held, failing
to rul up bond of $500 aiid awaiting
or lers from Honolulu.
Ytinichu proceedings in four cas
es brought verdict for plaintiff In
Tip Top Theatre
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Dr. Elton B. Jones, D. C. Ph.
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
trally located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous service. European
plan. Operated in connection with the
J.P. CHILI), Proprietor.
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Make Your Own
Light and Power
Il(re is the complete Kol'l'-r
Automulic Power and Light
outfit. Note the simplicity of
its construction, its cleui-iut
appearance, its sturdy build
note, above ail, the entire ab
seiii'o of the usu;il bank of
largit Kluss battery cells. There
an but three simple units in
the Kohlir system: its efficient
four-cylinder, water (cooled .mo
tor; its dependable generator
connected directly to the motor,
and a small automobile-type
battery for starting the motor.
The Hurd -Pohlman Co., Ltd.,
0FE1GER NABS BOLD
A flourishing business in the
manufacture and distribution of ok
olehau was broken up last Thursday
when Police Officer Joe Huddy of
Kiiauea arrested one Korean nam'
ed Kim while in the act of selling
the forbidden article.
Apparently Volstead meant noth'
ing in Kim's young life as he drove
into Kiiauea with sixteen gallons of
oke in his flivver about four o'clock
in the afternoon. He stopped almost
in front of the plantation office and
without ,any pretense of secrecy took
a couple of bottles out of the back
of the car and started to deliver them
to o::e of his customers in the camp.
Joe Iluddy spotted him but could
not believe that any one could be
so bold as to violate the law so op
enly. He hardly thought it possible
that an oke peddler would come Into
camp in the day time to deliver his
stuff but on investigation he found
that it was the real article.
lie promptly placed him under ar
iet and it was rumored that Kim
was quite surprised that he should
bo disturbed in the pursuit of his
business. It is also rumored that he
offered Joe several months' salary
to let him go.
Kim was turned over to Deputy
Sharif: Werner at Hanalel and Sher
iff Werner brought him to Lihue and
placed him in - the county Jail that
evening. Federal officers are expect
ed from- Honolulu on Tuesday morn
ing nnd wjll probably return with
hir.i to Honolulu to be brought be
fore a federal court.
Hi:-, car will most likely be con
fiscated and will be put up at auc
tion at an early date. This arrest
will no doubt cause ' an advance In
prues and at the same time discour
ag.. ili;y light deliveries. This will be
U had week-end for somebody in Ki-Uu'L-a
as the oke merchants will be
way behind in their deliveries due to
the watchfulness of the police.
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