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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL 8. NO. 18.
LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 9,1911.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR.
MR. JENNINGS LEAVES MR. MAHN RECEIVES OLD GLORY IS TO FLOAT
CHAMPIONS OF THE SUPERVISORS HOLD
WAIMEA PARK THE MONTHLY
Local Business Firm Donates a Silver Cup ' Kegel Club House Again The Scene Of
Tc Baseball Champions For
Many Weekly Social Events-Mokiliana
Club Dance-Will have Junior
B. B. League
A Pleasant Gathering Of Its
OVER NEW HANAPEPE SCHOOL
Department Of Education Will Rush Work On New Structure With A View To Hav-
ing It Completed By The Opening Of The Next School Year.
Two Communications Received Stating The "Follow The Law!" Advises County Att'y.
TEACHERS ASSIGNED--PEACE DAY-BIGGER GROUNDS, Many Good'Deeds Accomplished Kaeo In Speaking On A,-
By Sheldon. i propriations
The Kegel Club's handsome
headquarters was again the scene
of a delightful gathering on Satur
day evening, when the members
and friends congregated in replv
to an invitation from Retiring
President Mahn to become his
Superintendent. Willis T. Pope
of the Hoard of Kducation, is not
a man to permit things like the
present grand jury investigation,
to side, track him from plans for
future development in the educa
tional line. He is accredited by
a Honolulu paper with giving first
SUMMER SCHOOL OPENS
FOR TEACHERS JULY, 5
The Department of Kducation is
making arrangements for another
summer school similar to the one
held last year, the expenses which,
this year will be paid out of the
Public subscriptions. The time
set for opening is Monday, Inly
5th and it will be in session for six
THE JENNINGS WILL LIVE
guest tor the evening. At nine
1 o'clock, following the termination place to the very extensive school
of a very exciting bowling contest, j house building program which the weeks. Many applications have
Newly President Wolters called in,,. i,,,vi.i(m-,. fr.,i..,l m, T. been received" from ti:ir1ur; wlm
IN THE CITY IN THE FUTURE the house to order and made what ; . SuiK,rintedent of wish to attend the school.
might be considered the last official b 1 ,
Mr. and Mrs. C.H. Jennings, who address from the club to its retir- I'Mc Works, Mr. Pope will get TpAniCDC to
have resided in Koloa for a nuin- ing president. Mr. Mahn 'res- busy with plans and specifications UlUUL ItAltltKa 1U
ber of years, during which time ponded in his usual pleasing as noted in the loan bill which PASS EXAMINING TEST
Mr. Jennings nas conducted a large manner, concluding by wisning nrovides among others, a new According to new regulations.
wholesale and retail general mer- the club and its members the same
r1intir1if "limitless, registered at tile , ciimsn tlint 1in ninrbi'd itJ n.nst
Hotel Fairview last night en route , 'history. sam; to be completed by the open
to Honolulu where they will likely , Refreshments were liberally sup- ing of the fall term.
make their future home. On Sat-1 plied, as was also a great variety
urday evening last , his employees 0f edibles. The orchestra was again EARLY ASSIGNMENT OF
"gave him a reception at which, by on hand, arrangements having ' nttp TFAfWNr ctacc
actions and verbal expressions, been made to include two more UUK ItAUlinii OlArr
indicated their regret over the loss ' Well known musicians, namelv This year the Department of
of their old employer. Mr. and sirs. I jack Bergstrom and J. H. Coney, Kducation will try the experiment
school building for Hanapepe, the some or tue supervising I'rincipals
Wainiea, Kauai, May 5th.
Kditor Gakdkn Island,
"Kvery cloud has a silver lin-, Hanalei Asks For Homestead Road-Big
ing, ami so shall it be in the
Appropriations For Road
case of the "Sheldon Park" ques-1
tion, of which mention was!
made in the columns of your last
issue. Few there are who will The regular moutly meeting of
say that there is not room for; the Hoard of Supervisors of the
criticism in the management of. County of Kauai, T. H., was held
the park bill, yet has not the at the office of the Hoard in Uhue,
record of this venerable representa- on Wednesday, Mar 3rd, 1911, at
tive of the people during his four 10:30 o'clock a. m.
terms in the Legislature been stifli- Present: H. D. Wishard, chair-
ripntlv mfritnriniiQ tn rvititi-frnf ... r r rn i.. r ' -
will form part of the examining. ! , ' . . . . , ' ' ' V t' ".csay,
Board in the teachers' examinations the f error which he as com- Joe Rodrigues, J. k. Lota,
this year. This board will prepare ! nntted at tnis late no"r? The citi- I he minutes of the last meeting
the questions as well as conduct ; ns of Waimea can remember were read and approved.
the examinations, which will like'
ly fall at the close of the summer
Jennings are booked on the Hall for
Honolulu this atternoon.
LIHUE FIRM LENDS HELP
IN THE BIG BALL SERIES
The Lihue Store through its man
ager, H. Rohrig, has put up a beau
tiful silver cup to be awarded to the
winning team in the 1911 series of
ball games. It-will be of beautful
design and an incentive for high
' class pjaying.
both of whom acquitted themselves of assigning the teachers to their
in a praiseworthy manner, and to respective positions before the close
the satisfaction of the audience. of the present term, ending June
Mr. Malm leaves this afternoon 23. This is to be done to give the
on the Kiuau for Honolulu, where teachers the advantage of knowing are carried through, all rules and
he and his family will transfer to where they will be placed for the regulations of the Hoard of Kduca-
BOARD OF EDUCATION
when our town was partly under a The chairman stated for the in
swamp. Mr. Sheldon succeeded formation of the Board that by Act
in securing necessary appropria- 72 of tlle Session Laws of 1911.
tions to remedy this disagreeable and from the legal Opinion of
state of affairs. Not only has Mr. County Attorney Kaeo touching
Sheldon been ever on the alert for tlle same, the Hoard is now unable
the best interests of the District t0 spend any of the public moneys
which he represents, but he has for tlle public wqrk etc. of this
the Sierra which leaves for the coming year
coast tomorrow. They will go
direct through to Liepsig. A
large number of friends will be at
the wharf to see them off, and to
wish them health and happiness in
their new home.
AN AFTERNOON FOR
MISS MATILDA MAHN
MrSr C. Maser's home was the
scene of gayety on Saturday after-
noon wnen an uie muc gm m i
I the vicinity gathered in response be officially invited to
giuvan invitation to a farewell party The people in Honolulu are
co Matilda Mann, who uepans iui
Germany with her father this
TOLD TO "WASH UP"
A special day will be named on
which all citizens of Honolulu will
PEACE DAY EXERCISES
IN SCHOOLS MAY 18
May 18th. according to official
announcement is to become recog
nized by our public schools as
Peace Day, many schools having
been supplied with Peace
which nave been pre-
the International Peace
tion will be published, l liese ar
rangements will also include the
publication of the school laws as
they are now printed.
LARGER GROUNDS FOR
OUR PUBLIC SCHOOLS
The Kducational Department is
Day very wisely seeking larger grounds
Insen instrumental in rendering
valuable aid to the island as a
whole. Kor instance the Hanalei
wharf, represents much of his
County, without first appropriating
moneys for such expenditures, and
advised the Board to follow the
law and the advise of the County
forethought and efforts. I might Attorney.
continue to enumerate the nuiuer-, A general dicussion over the
same class with the- bov who had
' to be called in out of the rain.
various items for-which, appropria
tion may be made was had until
12:30 o'clock p. m.
At 2:30 o'clock p. m., the Board
again resumed its meeting.
Supervisor Mc Bryde- offered a
ul- Day, Lincoln's Day, May Day and two acres in area for each public tion to be placed on the services of ( Resolution (Resolution 1, - P )
in t ie r ag uav. scnooi in tue lerntorv. . ., . fnf ,1,., ...
ft ' " our very worthy Representative. tor the apj.
public schools. It is
that a request will soon
ous things he has done for the
people, but it is not my desire to
enter into a controversy on the
subject feeling assured that the
fainninded policy which the Gak-
Society. This adds one more to go to the Department of Land, call- den Island is known to pursue,
the list of holidays such as Arbor ing tor lots containing no less than will not permit an unfair 'estima-
HOUSE PARTY GIVEN
IN PRETTY HANALEI
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox en
BY SATURDAY'S HALL Hanauu, May6.-C.H. Makee
Hoccmrnrc nrri,-i,i,r hv iiw Mnll returned Wednesday from Hono-
BIG ANNUAL DANCE
ON SATURDAY NIGHT
The Mokihana Club has issuod
invitations to its annual ball which
Waimea, Kauai, May 7th.
Kditor Gakdkn Island,
In your issue of the 2nd. inst.,
appropriation of the sum of
$34,945.00, as follows:
Making Appropriations for the
various Services of the County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
Beit resolved, by the-Board of
ir. aim .tun. -t.. " i - ...... , , ,
aiued at a house party in their 1 Saturday, were: J. W. Bergstroni, lulu where he ha5 been sitting
i4-oniMi iirmiP Inst Saturdav even- W. Ellis. Mrs. Reis and child
ing, the guests including Ex-Gov. Miss Virginia Reis, I. S. Kaeo, H.
Geo. R. Carter, Mrs. Harry Mac- Andennan, Mr. and Mrs. Owe and
farla'ne and Senator Kairchild. i child and C. Souza.
on the jury, it is reported mat
he brought back a neatly bound
is to be held in the Lihue Hall next appears an article headed bheldon Supervisors of the County of Kauai,
-following lark tne wording winch strikes Territory 'of Hawaii, that the
Saturday evening, l lie lollowing
members form the various com
mittees, which is a guarantee that
vohunn of Kipling, but he stoutly the affair will be a success:
ANOTHER FAREWELL , THE STODARTS TO LIVE
TO MR. FRITZ MAHN ' IN HONOLULU IN FUTURE
Mr. Frank Crawford entertained
at dinner on Wednesday evening
at the Hotel Eairview in honor of
Mr.' F. Mahn who leaves for Ger
' many by today's steamer. Places
were iaui ior six, wic u.u. - . tntll(. o....... .vith Mrs. cfn(inrt , .-....
F. Mahn. Win, Rice '' ' . . ' nuiu icui,
denies the allegation.
County Engineer Moragne has
been surveying our new harbor
site. Work will probably begin
soon on the long coveted wharf.
A new school tank and various
111 other repairs are anticipated in iin-
Mr. Stoddart, for several years
manager of the McHryde Planta
tion, and who recently retired as
such, has purchased property
Honolulu, and after an extended rovements to be made on the. Ha
Mrs. i". i,, I'titntau, chairman
Mrs. Christ Mrs. nroadbent
Miss l'llison Miss Hannah Sheldon
Mrs. nroadbent, chairman
will return and
j his future home
Ir.. Charlie Rice, H. Wolters, Dr.
Putman and F. Crawford,
LIHUE WILL ORGANIZE . 1 MR. and MRS. LYDGATE
A JUNIOR BASEBALL! LEAVING FOR JAPAN
Plans looking forward to the or- Rev. J. M.
gaiiization of a Junior Base Hall lea- afternoon for
gueare about to materialize,-with P'ace
Ashton Hogg and Harrison Rice from whence
Society turned out in full the
other night, to see a' moving pic
ture show which was held in the
Japanese School house. There
was something moving all right,
Lydgate leaves this j,ut it was a bunch of easy ones
Honolulu, at which r1r tlwir uiv limnpwnrd.
Miss Smith accompanied Mr.
Makee from Honolulu, and is the
g;uest of Mrs. C. H. Makee.
Rev. Hans Iseuberg and Mr.
Mahn, accompanied by the latters
will sail for
Mr. and Mrs.
yOlir Writer as Uncalled for. We' follnwintr sums nmnnntintr tr Thir.
know Mr. Sheldon to be a modest ty Four Thousand Nine Hundred
man. Our representatives, all of, And Forty Five Dollars ($34,945)
them, prove to the tax payers are. hereby appropriated to be paid
of Kauai to have done good work out 0f moncy.s in the General Fund
not only for Kauai, but for the Qf the Terasurv of the County of
Territory in general. The intro- Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, for
duction of the Waimea park bill, Salaries fixed by law and other
your writer thinks, was done with ' Salaries, wages of labor, mainten
good intentions and not as the 1 ancii Df iails. nrisonurs. schools.
Miss Kllison Mrs. Stewart article might appear to place him and general exnenses of tin- said
Mrs. Deinert before the public. The tax payers County of Kauai for the period be-
dkcokation committhk of Waimea can look back and see ginning with the First day of Janu
., , . the good work Mr. Sheldon has arv ion. and endinir with the
. ::. : uone ior me district, me river
Miss Klhson miss noapih embankment sometime ago was a
invitations irood measure for t h e district ,
Miss Jordan Misses Sheldon though the appropriation was not vtiri iun DWfP MflPF
enough to complete it then and he j Dilicicc I1D TDEliv
has again added $18,000 this term KAHrlta JAP IKhAlI
for the same purpose, and we can j
mention several more measurers i
that Mr. Sheldon has done for
Waimea District which its citizens
well know. We. the
Thirtieth day of June, 1911,
Continued on page 4
Mrs. Holing chairman
Mrs. w. n. nice, jr.,
Mr. and Mrs. Charles nice
nr. and Mrs. l-utinan
n heM nromoters.' Great interest Japan on the 16th
i hein? taken in tfiis organization I Lydgate are off for a vacation of
and there is likely to be something , two or three months, during which children, came from' Lihue
more definite to report in our next 1 time they will make
issue concerning these y o u n g cherrv blossom count
KOOLAU BASKET-BALL TEAM rKAUAI ICE COMPANY
GETTING IN LINE FOR CONTEST DIGS BIG WATER TUNNEL
The Lihue Ice a n d Electric
day last week
Mr. j. H. coney
Mrs. s. wilcox, Mrs. A.
Mrs. iseuberg and Mrs.
of the island of Kauai, should be
proud of our representatives, and
nothing but the good work they
have done should be mentioned.
Thanking you in advance I am
A Tax Paykr.
Once more England and Japan
have clasped hands in the interest
of commerce .and peace, thus
tax payers strengthening their standing among
The Koolau basketball team is
DR. G00DFELL0W IS
LOCATED IN HONOLULU
The many friends of Dr. Ferd
SOCIALIST LEADER IS ;
A socialist leader named Ross.
In reference to the article appear
ing in last week's issue and to
is taken in the
. . i . . . i f ir ii :n i.. ...i 4 !.. ........ .... . . .
A V. " :n. .1... f c... Company nas driven a uiunei i.ihkiwiiuw wm w imuwu m certainly laid indisputable claim to above letters, we wish to say that
near v six hundred teet
the powers, with a big advantage
on thesideof the Mikado's subjects.
The new treaty was signed Friday
and goes into effect at once.
CUrillK U " "; " .'" . I tl.rnn.rl, n
hill inst niauka the ice
team. 1-l7,nn' being to
ynmZ T he care of V ormer ' t1'1 atldi to M I'''
? "'r I vilw for the power house. The point
one who is considered an expert.
iM,'.. ...ill hr. miioli interest taken
. A i,i.t,vi.ii ilmcc ttvn motor,
where the water enters the pipe
plunge towards the water
is about twenty feet above
. i r ... e 1.:..,-
" I,;, n,0.,,.. idniw, inai oi me luriuei , muimiik
teams, ; "' " . siderabl
played on in i.imic,
COMING NEXT WEEK
Beiio-Weldon show troupe has
billed Lihue for Monday, Tuesday
and Wednesday nights, May 15th,
long that he has decided to remain in being ; up above everv-other onrani- tiu. r.vuni.-v Tsi.Avn is n naner re- 16th, and 17th, respectively and if
the ice the islands, having located in . i?Pi,iv. :,,i,f ...i,.. i, , : i... : r .expressions of satisfaction on their
occupied a conspicuous place on and her people, regardless of class af 5 mS
the top of the Voung Hotel build- or disdinctiou. Mr. Sheldon has bunch of performers will meet with
ing and roasted the capital class to done to his people, all that our a hearty greeting,
a brown. Poor old Honolulu, correspondent claims p e r h a p s Changes have been made in the
First the Russians, then the cholera, more, and when 'sent up again, Program which was produced on
what he can to- u,eir 'ornier visit wnicn aaas un
this one error "lenseiy to the very interesting
le gain in power.
Honolulu with omces in the
Young Building. Dr. Goodfellow,
like many others, came to Hawaii
about a year and a half ago. in
tending to remain for a short time
only, but was so well pleased with
the country and its people, that he
decided to remain.
Mrs Moragne will be hostess at a 5S cl!ar,lic Kice e"
urs. aiuruKiit tertaifl at dinner in honor of Geo,
sewing party to the Lihue ladies to
morrow atternoon at two o'clock.
Beginning next Sunday, a In it
tance to the Lihue ball park w.Il be
charged all but school chil hen.
The sum of 15c. however, will Iks
Carter, Mrs. Carter and Macfarluue, collected from children entering
tomorrow evening. the grand stand.
next the order, "get cle
now the socialist. Next?
n" and will, we trust do
which stands' against an otherwise alld MuMy pleasing acts of these
excellent record, and which has xp" uunuiers.
Herman Andennan, steam plough been commented upon not with a ""
engineer for the Lihue Plantation view of personal attack, but in the Gaylord and Charlie Wilcox, of
returned from a vacation to the city interest of the public welfare. Koloa, came over to take in the
Editok. ball game on Sunday,