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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL 8. NO. 19.
LlllUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 16,1911.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR.
VARIETY EMIGRANTS HANALEI TO BE FREE HONOLULU FIRMS TO JAPANESE WARRIOR PORT ALLEN ADDS MOKIHANA DANCE A
TO STOP SAYS FROM WHITE PRESENT CUPS WILL BE UUK AN IMPORTANT GRAND SOCIAL
Governor Carter and Party Return to The
City Saturday-Sixty Dollar
Gift to Team
Waimea Basket Ball Team Give Success- Local Bowler Carries Off New Hat as Prize Sprains Wrist While Playing Tag-Several Mrs. Wm. Stewart-Under The Knife-Ship Most Brilliant Function Eevtr Given .By
ful Dance-Bonfire Party -In i -Self Confessed Murderer Is Social Gatherings Mark The Gets Big Sum-Quarantine Is Well Known Club of Lihue
Kealia Home Given Help Week's End Now Pau Society Ladies
BALL TEAM WILL SMOKE-UP
Belt Commissioners Hold Preliminary Meeting-One
More White Plague
KAL1HIWAI GETS A WHARF; TEACHERS TO BE NAMED AUTO MEN SHIRK DUTY IT IS SMALL-POX AGAIN .BEAUTIFUL DECORATIONS
CLARK WOULD END ; TO BE CLEANSED FROM
"PRECARIOUS" WORK! TUBERCULOS SCOURGE
Superintendent Clark would end 1 Hanai.ki, May 16. The Board
the "precarious bringing into this of Health will send a rcpresenta
country, assisted varieties of inuni- tive here in the near future for the
grants!'' In speaking on this sub- purpose of studying the tubercu
jecttoa reporter, recently, a well losis situation, and to take neces
known plantation man said: "So i sary steps to cleanse the district of
lnntr as a man is willing and
to swing a hoe or juggle
knife, it is not generally
that the 'variety
counts for much."
CARTER PARTY IS 1
OFF FOR HONOLULU :
George Carter, accompanied by
Mrs. Carter and Mrs. Harry Mc
farlane, were passengers on Satur
day's Kinau. returning 10 me
o twn week's visit to
Garden Island, as guests of
the Fairchilds at Kealia. Numer
ous luncheons and dinners were
given these very distinguished vis
itors while here, and had it not
been for Mr. Carters being chair
man of the Sanitary board, a long
er visit would have been possible.
Cottrell Uses Blade- Kealia-Kapaa School Well Known Kauai Teacher Leaving For Putmans entertain Distinguished Visitors Koreans Would come to Hawaiian Planta
Gets Handsome Sum From i College-Big Waimea Dinner -Gov. Carter's Party at Dinner tions-Hanapepe will Get New
Gov. Carter Party Sunday t With Chas. Rices Wagon Bridge
PIONEER EDITOR VISITS
HIS OLD HOME PLACE
S. Shiba, Kditor of the Hawaii
Shinpo, and part owner of the Ka
uai Shinpo, originator of the Gak
n 15 n Island about eight years
ago. came over on the Kinau Satur
day, on a business trip in connec
tion with the Kauai Shinpo's affairs.
The prominent Japanese tendered
him a banquet at the Hotel Fair
view on Thursday evening.
MRS. WM. STEWART
IS OUT OF DANGER
Mrs. William Stewart who was
operated on for apendicites at the
Lihue Hospital last Tuesday after
noon, is improving rapidly and will
probably be taken to her home
within a few days.
T. II. Davies and Company Will Present
Trophy To Kauai's Champion
this scourge which for the past
year has been the source of much
dread among our inhabitants.
CARLS IS WINNER OF
STYLISH KNOX HAT
At the regular meeting of the
bowling club last Thursday night,
much interest was created when
Messrs. Andrade and Wilburn of
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu, offered
I a "Knox" hat to the man who
would make the highest score. A
hotly contested game followed and
when the smoke of battle had
vanished, Mr. Carles was declared
GIVE SUCCESSFUL HOP
Dr. and Mrs. Putman entertain
ed at luncheon on Friday at
one o'clock, in honor of Mr. and
Mrs. Geo. Carter and Mrs. Harry
Macfarlane of Honolulu. The
color scheme was yellow, the cen
ter piece being a mass of beautiful
yellow asters. After lunch the
guests were treated to a highly
pleasing violin solo which was
GIVES SIXTY DOLLARS.
Waimha , May 12. The ball giv
en here Saturday night by the Wai
mea Basket Hall girls, was a decid
ed success, netting the girls a neat
nt' little sum for their club. A large
the crowd was in at cMidance and a thor
oughly good time was had. The
following comiuittes served during
the evening: Refreshment Com
mittee, Mrs. Cook a ml Mr. K.
Reinhart; Floral Committee, Miss
Virgie Silva; Ushers, Miss A. F.
Silva, Miss U. Mendell; Ticket
Seller, Miss M., F. Silva; Floor
Manager, Dick Oliver; Door Keep
er, Donnie Sheldon.
the winner. One causalty occurr- rendered by the charming hostess.
ed, however, Mr. Andrade having Those present were Mr. and Mrs.
a finger painfully bruised between, Geo. R. Carter, Mrs. Mactarlane,
moving nans. Air. cans declares
the hat he won, to be one that
"Knox" others into a "cocked
hat" when it come to style.
NEW BUILDING IS BOON
TO WEARY TRAVELERS
F.I.KKI.K May 11. A long felt
want has been filled here by the
completion of a cottage by Hon. J.
I. Silva which will be given up to
Mrs. Adams, Mr. and Mrs. Charles
Rice, Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox,
Judge C. S. Dole, and Dr. and
WILLIE WALTERS IN
i A PAINFUL ACCIDENT
Willie, son of Mr. and Mrs. H.
Walters of Hananiaulu, met with a
painful accident last Monday while
playing with, his playmates. He
The Gardkn Island will give
a year's subscription to each mem
ber of the champion baseball team
iff of Kauai. This offer is by far the
most liberal that has been made
hv miv firm vet. and was received
with enthusiastic favor by the va- present were ceo.
rious teams of the League.
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THOUANDS OF SMOKES
FOR CHAMPION TEAM
T. H. Kelly, the Obak cigarrette
man from Honolulu, has placed
two thousand five hundred Obaks
in the hands of the Kauai Athletic
Association to be given to the
winning team in the present base
Belt Road Commission
BONFIRE PARTY GIVEN
BY SENATOR FAIRCHILD
Senator Fairchild gave a "Bon
fire" party Friday evening in
honor of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Carter
and Mrs. Harry Macfarlane. Those
k. carter, mks.
carter. Mrs. Mactarlane, Miss mc-
clymont, Mr. and Mrs. A. s. wilcox,
Mr. and Mrs. Charlie nice, nr. and
Mrs. putmau and prof c. o. smith.
KALIHIWAI WILL GET
HER NEW WHARF SOON
ot a number wlio were
'tag" when in his haste
to "touch wood," struck the side
of a tree with such force as to sprain
persons and its rooms are fitted out "is wrist, the none being injured
with modern conveniences. to such an extent that it will be
some time before he will be able to
the accomodation of the traveler was one
who finds himself at this point Paying
when night overtakes him. The
cottage has accomodations for four
BROTHER MEMBERS AID
IMMIGRANT SHIP IS
GIVEN 50 THOUSAND
The Oteric's claim amounting
to S50.000 in payment for the
transportation of immigrants to
Hawaii, has been paid in full.
The fine which Collector Stack
, able imposed against the vessel is
still held up and will be decided
ACCUSED DYNAMITER WEDNESDAY EVENING
MacNamara, charged with the
dynamiting of the Los Angeles
Times building will, according to
latest advices, receive the assist
ance of the American Federation
of Labor in his defense.
HONOLULU FIRMS WILL
K. 0. Hall & Son a 11 d T. II .
Davies & Co., have each put up a
silver cup for the champion ball
team of Kauai in the present series.
This is the third cup, the Lihue
this district to know that the much
HoU Preliminary Meet , become a reality It is rumored
1 that surveys will be made without
Members of the Belt Road Com- flirtiier delay and that when cotn
" mission as named to represent the pjj the" tons of merchandise
Territory held an informal meet- wi,jc, come to our port will be
nig in the County building last immuwl in less than half the time
Monday 'afternoon, at which pre- aH at rcsent, and with a much
liininarv. arrangements were- uiuuc
for carrying out the plans in ac
cordance with the provisions of
the Loan Bill.
Kalihiwai. May 11. The Ka
lihiwai landing is soon to get its
very much needed wharf. This is
becoming one of the important Store puUin, up au c.xpensjve one
ports on this side, and it is partial- fof he dub lMt wcekf The mem.
- , i)trs i,ave requested tlie liAKDUN
I s 1. A N D to express their appreci-
DINNER TO CITY GUESTS
Mr. Geo. Carter, Senator Fair
child and Mrs. Macfarlane, were
guests of honor at a charming
dinner party given at the hospitabk
home of Representative and Mrs.
Charles Rice on last Wednesday,
those present being, Mrs. Macfar
lane, Mrs. Willie Rice, Mrs. Chas.
Rice, Mrs. Adams, Dr. and Mrs.
Putmau, Geo. R. Carter, Judge
Dole, Willie Rice, Charlie Rice,
and Senator Fairchild.
OrK MORE VICTIM TO '
THE WHITE PLAGUE
Hanai.hi. May 16. R. W. Pau
ole, age 24. son of Robert Pauole,.
died here at one o'clock, on the
miorning ofStay 5th, death result
ing'fronj tuberculosis. Funeral ,
services were conducted at the
Hanalei, .Church interment taking
place in the church cemetery .
Jiist A Few More
Or Less Interesting Dots
Deverill. of Hanalei,
on the Lihue ladies
less degree of risks in damage.
Gets Handsome Sum
KiJAUA. May 15, Governor Car
ter and liis party, forming one of
the most distinguished bodies of
visitors to the public school this
year, inspected the school Friday
and became so interested in the
work being done by tne pupns, mat ai,out June
ere lie lett, ne gave a present 01 ti.
ation for such recognition, which
request we most cheerfully grant.
ABOUT MIDDLE OF JUNE
From an official source, it is learn
ed that the meeting of the Board of
lulucation for the purpose of assign
ing teachers for the next school
year, will convene on or about the
15th of June.
Admiral Togo, Japan's greatest
statesman, will, according to late
information, pay the Hawaiian Is
lands a visit sometime in July or
August. It is reported that he is
on a tour of inspection of the
Pearl Harbor fortifications. Local
Japanese are planning to welcome
their distinguished guest as be
comes his rank.
Men Shirk Duty?
QUARANTINE IS LIFTED
ON MONDAY MORNING
Quarantine regulations which
have furnished a source for much
discussion and one law suit within
the past month, were removed Mon
day morning, the Board of Health
feeling assured, that no further
danger from the epidemic could be
At Port Allen Harbor
Port A1.1.KN, May 12. An electric
capstan has been installed here this
week for the purpose of hauling in
the lines from vessels. Other plans
in which electricity will pay an
important part, are under way,
which when fully developed, will
prove a vast improvement on the
present method of handling large
SMALLPOX BREAKS OUT
ANEW IN HONOLULU
I EATING TINNED GOODS
CAUSE OF DISCOMFORT
Within the last week, numerous
complaints have been heard from
people who have suffered attacks of
ptomaine poision through eating
canned goods. An investigation
will likely follow with a view to
locating the origin of the swollen
tins which are supposed to have
contained the poisoned food.
Society Turns Out
By The Hundreds
The most successful Society func
tion given on Kauai in many years,
was the dance on Saturday night
at the Lihue Hall given by the
Ladies of the Mokihana Club.
The spacious hall was tastefully
decorated for the dance, the beauti
ful green and yellow decorations
viewing with the handsome gowns
of the ladies for supremacy.
Shortly after eight o'clock the
guests began to arrive and by nine
nearly every available inch of space
in the grounds were taken up by
the motors which came from all
The guests were met at the en
trance by Representative Coney,
who in turn presented them to the
ladies of the Receiving Committee.
Kach guest was soon engaged with
the fair dancers who were waiting
to enjoy the tuneful two-steps and
the dreamy waltz. Seldom has
such dance music been heard on
Kauai, and the Ladies of the Club
are to be congratulated on being
able to secure such musicians as
were present. As. the hour of mid
night approached dainty refresh
ments were served by a well .train
ed corps of servants who dispensed
delicious ice-cream and cakes.
Shortly before midnight every
one rose as the quintette boys ren
dered Aloha Oe and Hawaii Ponoi,
a few of the dancers taking advan
tage of the tuneful straines for a
last dance. It was with regret
that the dance ended so soon, the
majority of those present wishing
that the clock had been retarded for
at least an hour.
The greatest praise and thanks
are due the ladies of the Club, for
the most enjoyable- and brilliant
dance ever given since their orga
Kalaheo Teacher To
Sjf , , 1 i . . Thev should not, but thev do.
Mainland University y instance, how often do amo-
ims sieeu i miliums nurse,
which is all but out of control of
the driver who in most cases is a
Japanese or Chinaman. H o w
often to do these autoists, ( and not
itifrrnltoittlf tllf nrwumurnr flitifi
. . . 1 , , , . f T I 1 r ----(-
education, .miss .-vuoy 01 rvap.ia, some derisive veil at the rider of
will havi; chanre of her class during .i. r:..i. ' ..1 ..:...i .. n
. . t ...... .11,,... mc- iiigiHuucu tiiuiiiiii .in uivv
mn utJi'iKkiuwuii ui vnw.i remainder 01 me scnum yeur
twenty-five dollars to the children
as a reward of merit and a token of
Kai.aii 1:0, May 15. Miss Kthel
Lee Totna, for several years teacher
of the pujilic school here, will leave
nrst tor tne states tor
of obtaining higher
No less than five cases of small
pox have been discovered in one
family of Porto Ricans in Honolulu.
This condition of affairs will not
be any particular assistance to the
Board of Health in fighting the
crafty little cholera germ.
M;. S. B
Manager Myers of the Kilauea
plantation, wasta County Seat vi
sitor last Friday.
A FORMER KAUA1AN
RECEIVES THE BLADE
A. D. Pringle, who will be re
membered by many as having
taught school in Hanapepe, and
who for several years past has
siiMvi. alitor of the Hawaii been connected with the Internal
Shinpoaud part owner of the Kauai Revenue office in HouoIjIu, was ijc,,.Vckl(
Shinpo, arrived on the Kinau last discharged last week as a result of Xordnieier,
not being able to
charges which he had
Keiuiith Cameron who has been
'confined to his room for several
days suffering with break-bone, is
ug'aiu. able to bejabout.
k . h . W . Brewster who nas neen
, connected 'with the
Pr. niiiee lanuarv first
tjd and returns to Honolulu. , now errand
AXEL BLACKSTAD IS
HOST AT DINNER PARTY
Waimea. May 12. Axel Black
stud entertained his freinds at 11
birthday dinner on the 7th inst.
The occasion announcing his arri
val at the 27th mile stone along the
journey 01 lile. I'reseni were 1111;
Ion troupe. Mr. and Mrs.
Mr. and Mrs. Then.
Blackstad, Mr. and Mrs. O. Black-
stad, Mrs. Wilson, Ii. Andreseii
G. Andresen, Maggie Andresen,
and Axel Blackstad.
whiz past. The law states very
plainly that a machine must be
brought to a stand at a signal
from a person in charge of a
Koreans Are Anxious
To Reach Hawaii
From far off Yucatan, come a
wail from a thousand Koreans who
are anxious to be transported to
'Hawaii for the purpose adorning
our plantations. The Board of
Immigration and- the plantations
The T. H. Davies
Base Ball Trophy
Honolulu, Mav 9, 1911.
Mr. W. II. Rice, Jr..
President, Kauai Base Ball League,
Theo. II. Davies & Co., Ltd.,
are the Agents for the Territory of
Hawaii for A. J. Reach Co.'s
Sporting Goods. As such Agent
we offer to present the Kauai Base
Ball League with a Silver Trophy
Cup to le contested for by the
teams of your League; the cham
pions ot 1911 to take tlie cup.
The Rev. Hans Isenberg was a
returning passenger troni uono-
Miss lieruice Hundley of Kapaa
Makee Sugar lulu on Friday's Hall, having run spent Saturday and part of Sunday
st. has resign- down to the city on a shod busi the guest of Mr. and airs. K. L
Tliic fMM ctmwtv II iiirlic lii.rli
fractious animal, that the latter !irt-' "eat to their appeals, and it is 1 : beauty. We will be clad
may be allowed to pass in safety. ot improbable that Labor Agent t0 send you this Cup.
Inattention to this rule by a well C'raigg will tw asked to look into Hoping to hear that you will
known driver last Sunday morning, the matter. accept the it, lam,
came near resulting in a serious . Yours very truly,
accident. Notwithstanding the fact Wnrk BeffinS Utt D. h .At'STlN.
Ill unit f IWl mlll'1'1 111 Uint no iirln.r
he continued to approach the
frigutened animals, causing them
tn nenrlv throw tlieir riil.-rs. An.' 1 lllS COUIlty lias Started 111 tO
other act of carelessness of this It temporary bridge across the
nature, will result in an audience i Hanapepu river just mauka the
with our sheriff, who is known j present old bridge, preparatory to
generally as a man of few words and 1 tearing down the latter and erect
prompt action. ! iK a fine bridge.
The present bridge was built 13
W. A. Kinnev wrisrm arrival nn years ago, when Us
Hanapepe Bridge Sun(lay Mlmom
Band Concert at Park
The Lihue Band will give its re
gular monthly concert at the Lihue
Park next Sunday afternoon.
tlu Hall Friday morning.
: was washed out to. nea.
Mr. Hundley, head lima for the
predecessor Makee Sugar Co., was a visitor at
the County Seat last Wednesday,