TAKES HIS OWN LIFE
Former Judge Arthur A. Wilder of the supreme court took his own life with a bullet from a pistol. The bullet entered beneath his right eye and exited behind the side of his head and he died instantly. He carried this out at the home of his cousin, James A. Wilder, in the evening of this past Thursday at Kalia, Honolulu.
He was one of the knowledgeable attorneys of this town, and a fair judge while he was sitting on the bench.
This happened as a result of bad feelings as a result of Mr. Watson leaving his seat on the supreme court in place of Mr. Wilder [Mr. Wilda].
(Puuhonua, 1/5/1917, p. 4)
Ka Puuhonua o na Hawaii, Buke IV, Helu 1, Aoao 4. Ianuari 5, 1917.
JUDGE WILDER THROWS A PARTY
Amongst the news spoken of in Honolulu nei, is the party given by Judge Wilder at the Hotel New Willard; it was a party adorned with a great amount of food along with the beauty of the decorations.
In the very short time it was organized, there were many malihini who showed up at the party, and speeches were given by members of Congress who were invited.
In a majority of the speeches given, appreciation was mentioned for the kindness of Hawaii’s people for welcoming the group of Congressmen the previous summer. Continue reading
SON OF S. G. WILDER WINS SCOUT BADGES
Alatau T. Wilder, son of Samuel G. Wilder, has been awarded the “Life” and the “Star” badges for passing the required tests of the Boy Scouts of America according to a letter which Mr. Wilder has written to Scribe Executive R. E. Lambert Young. Wilder, who formerly was with Honolulu No. 1, is now a member of Troop 125, New York City.
(Honolulu Star-Bulletin, 5/16/1916, p. 8)
Honolulu Star-Bulletin, Volume XXIII, Number 7517, Page 8. May 16, 1916.