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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 9. NO.
COUNTRY CLUB NOW I
PLANNED BY THE
That the Ganku Island is awake
to- i t s importance as a n ideal
pleasure spot, is indicated in the
fact that she proposes to establish!,
on the banks of the beautiful Wai
lua River, one of the finest Countt y
Clubs in the Territory. The house
will be built on a projecting point
just inauka the bridge, where a
magnificent view of mountain,
stream and ocean can be had. The
golf links will extend along the
beach, embracing a string of sand
doons for a distance of a mile or
so begining at the Wailua bridge
and extending towards Lihue. An
uxpert golf man has looked over
the grounds and prqncunccd them
perfect. A boat house will also be
provided, as well as an automobile
shed sufficient in size to accomo
date the members' machines. There
will be three classes of member
shipspermanent, life and annual.
A committee of five o f Kauai's
leading m e n have t h e matter
iu hand and according to rumor
actual work will soon begin on
the buildings, the golf links
having been partly prepared. Boat
ing, fishing, hunting, tennis and
golfing will be the order of the day
when all is complete.
MOOSE LODGE FOR GARDEN ISLAND
The "Moose" on Kauai, accord
ing to reports from Honolulu are
about to get a charter and an in
denendent lodge o f their- own
Since the initiation of members of
the lodge, thercJias been no atten
tion civen Uiein from any source
Some of the members, however,
have kent un their dues through
the Honolulu lodge. But so few of
tlipin did so. that officers of the
Honolulu lodge have taken t h
"iii.nUpr nr. with the result that
representative will shortly Nvisit
this island with a view of round
ing un all the strav moose and
carvalling them into an indepen
STILL A RUMOR, YES?
The persistent rumor, reported
iust recentlv in this paper, which
has seriously stirred the smart set
of Makaweli, seems now to be con
firmed as the gentleman who soon
meets his fiance in Honolulu has
purchased a large and yery hand
some Victrola. There you are he's
furnishing his new home in anti
cioation of the most happy event.
The following passengers arrived
on Wednesday's Kiuau April 15.
M. O. Zinunermanu. Mrs. M. C.
Aldrich and infant. Mrs. Bosworth
and infant, Arnold Aldrich, Swiii
ton Aldrich. Mrs. J. C. Cockett
and infant. Master Cockett, Mrs.
R. Fountain, K. R. Hendry. Joe
Punki. Rev. Robt Punkt, Rev.
and Mrs. Scudder, Miss J. Men
doila, Robt. Fricke.
The following passengers arrived
on Thursday's W. G. Hall. April
17. Mrs. Hans Isenburg.
KAPAIA LIQUOR HOUSE SOLD
T h e Kapaia wholesale liquor
house, being the property of the
i IT. Oniidall listate. was sold to
C. V. Spitz last week, the latter
taking possession at once.
WILL BUILD CANNING FACTORY
1 Lumber is arriving which wil
h need in the construction ol the
new pine-apnic factory at KM
Workmen will be on hand by the
uovt Hull and work on the cement
foundation will bejjin at once.
Mrs. I. K. GaiidnU has for sal
a complete set of household
furniture which will Ihj sold
whole or in part. It can lie seeH at
Mrs. GaudalPs residence on Grow
The Morgans have movttl
the Arthur Rice cottage,
NOTED LECTURER AT
O u Sunday the 13th a great
treat was given to the Lihue people
y the address of Dr. William
Gulick in the union church on
Spanish experiences and 1) y a
similar address before the Mokiha
na Club at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Lydgote on "modern Spanish
Authors" with many .of whom the
speaker was on intimate terms of
friendship. Both addresses were
intensely interesting' a n d in-
structive. On Monday evening a
imilar address on Spain was given
in the lileelc Hall. The venerable
gentleman has been four years a
resident of Spain -and has enjoyed
exceptional opportunities for
nowing the higher classes that
are not easny accessible to tne
KAUAI CHURCHES IN SESSION
Beirinnine on Fridav morninc
the churches of Kauai have been
holding their semi-annual conven
tion at Kapaa wheie the various
interests and problems of the
church were considered and ap
propriate action taken w h e'r e
necessarv. This is the first time
n the history of the church when
this meeting has been held in Ka
paa and the people of that growing
community have done their best to
make the occasion a memorable
one. IiTcoiinection with the con
vention a cantata 1 he w a t e r
fairies w a s given o n Saturday
evening which reflected great
credit on all who participated and
on Sunday there was a great union
Sunday School exhibition iu
which practically all the Schools
of the Island participated.
T. H. DAVIES &C0., GIVE TROPHY
T. H. Davies &Co., will present
the pennant winners of the Kauai
baseball league this year, with a
cupNvalued at'$75.00. There is to
be no strings to the gift, such as
obligations to use certain material,
etc., the cup being an absolute
gift in the encouragement of clean
baseball. Secretary Glaisyer o f
the Kauai Athletic Club as well as
the secretary of each local ball
club, have written expressions of
their club's appre mtion o f the
Companies magnificent offer.
MAKAWELI CLUB ELECTS OFFICERS
Monday evening, April 14th,
the Makaweli Athletic Association
held its annual meeting in Morri
son Memorial Hall. Mr. D. K
Hayselden presided. Among those
present were Messrs. Fernanciez,
Oneha, Berg, Greig, Kani, Joe
Fassoth, Dover ill, Johnson,
Thomson, Havselden, Sr., 'Ban-
ham, K. Richardson, Burgess and
After the minutes of the last
meeting had been read .and accept
ed, three of the above were admit
ted to membership.
A temporary secretary was then
elected, after which the following
nominations and subsequent elec
tions were each unanimous:
Mr. B. D. Baldwin as President,
Mr. D. K. Hayseldon as Vice-Pre
sident & Manager, Mr. G. T.
Greix as Treasurer, Messrs. Bur
gess and F. Deverill as Directors,
The reiiort of the Treasurer was
then read and accepted and the
finances of the Association were
found to 1m; it: u satisfactory con
One of the important features
was the election of Mr. Joseph
Fasftoth as Captain of the Maka
weli Koelall Club.
Ttie meetiiiK. abort and to the
point, was then adjourned.
DR. WADMAN TO THE COAST
Owimr to the aerious illness o
his daughter lit Clifton, ArUmta
John W. Wad man. Superintendent
nf Methodist MiMiotts, leaves for
that place to be gone indeiuiteiy.
W. I). McBrvde attd bride
arrived from HaartwlH 1 a t
. . . y . 1e.:
OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. APRIL 22, 1913
oud i; gathering '
ing, as l nn.1 Reports"
are to the 'c people of
Japan a r Miat their
government : of war
vessels to C sttinably
to frighten U It will
be remember r to the
Spanish-Aineri ,aiii pro
posed landing i in New
if ork City and ma. . through
i1 c i .:.'. .... !...
iug destroyed every?" l'iy in the
United Slates, they would find a
fleet waiting t o take tne army
home to Spain again. The papers,
commenting at the time on this
plan, expressed their opinion that
were it not for the possible inter
ference of the New York police,
the pian might work. So, in the
present Case, the proposal to land
a force o f fighting men on our
Pacific Coast shores, or to make
any hostile deiuonstral' in the
nearby waters, and d- success
fully, would depend sider-
EVERAL OR ; ' US
After proceeding thro
entire list of appoinlmen'
tained i u Governor F-
iuicnsre to the senate, t
announced last Tluirsday ttfl
noon that it had confirmed only a
part of them. The appointments
were taken up in executive session
and further discussion of the mes
sage will be taken up today. The
list of confirmations made public
indicates that the upper house has
not yet finished discussing the
appoint nienls to tlie Heads ot at
least three departments.
The department heads that were
yesterday confirmed are Auditor
Joseph H. Fisher, Commissioner
of Public Lands Joshua 1). Tucker,
and President J. S. B. Pratt of the
board of health.
The following members of the
board of health were confirmed: F.
C. Smith, Arthur R. Keller,
George R. Carter, Dr. Walter C.
Hobdy and D. Kalauokalaui, br.
Other confirmations w ere as
Harbor Commissioners: James
Wakefieid, Kmil A. Berndt and
Charles J. McCarthy.
Commissioners o f agriculture
and forestry: Walter M. Gillard,
president, Albert Waterhouse, II.
- . A T T1 I T
M. von lioit, Arinur iu. mce, j.
Regent of the College of Hawaii:
II -IC, Cooper.
Trustees of the Library ot Ha-
.... . . T 1. T I
wan: K. n. Anderson, joscpu n.
Fisher, A. Lewis Ir.. Charles II.
lYtherton, Philip L. Weaver, and
John R. Gait.
Dental nxa miners: A. j. ueroy
818 WATER PROJECT
What will probably be one of the
greatest water projects ever un
dertaken on Kauai, and a move
ment which will in all probability
make possible the creation of an
other plantation is said to be well
under way towards materialization.
The scheme is to bring water by
tunnels from Hanalei inauka to
the Auahola lauds for the purpose of
watering the thousands of nonpro-
ductive acres. These lands at pre-
The Hotel Faiiview is building
some neat little cottages in order
to accomodate its increasing trade,
Lee Austin, representing Davies
Co.. Honolulu, is a guest of the
u T iMiP tiMim does anvthina
4is well iir'real action as it
dees in practice, 1 1 ought to
akin everything that comes over
the pike, for t h e boys sure can
able extent, upon the attitude of
the police force.
There is nothing quite so deadly
to a country s best interests, as
"yellow journalism," and it is in
just such crucial moments as at the
present time, when it is most
dangerous. The United States does
not wish war Japan cannot afford
it, and the differences between
these two irreat nations can n o
doubt be settled to the satisfaction
of all concerned through diploma
tic sources, and the uninformed,
and the misinformed of both
countries would be serving their
countries as befits every honest
patriot if thev were to properly in
fornT themselves of the details of
the situation belore inciting their
countrymen to war. A's to the
vdlow ioitrnalist. irrespective of
nationality, the writer who, with
his pen, adds fuel to a deadly
smouldering lire, wlncii w u e n
fanned into flame, gets beyond all
hitman power to check, this man
should be muzzled wherever dis
and Philip F. Frear.
Board of Pharmacy: Feriiinand
F. Hedemauu, Alexis J. Gignoux
and Samuel S. Peck.
L o a. n Fund Commissioners:
County of Maui, Patrick Cockett,
R. A. Wadsworth, W. F. Poguc,
County of Kauai, Walter D. Mc
Bryde, Francis Gay and Alfred
License Commissioners: County
of Hawaii, John Moir, William G
Ogg, and Samuel M. Spencer, first
class, and A. B. Lindsay and B
T. Guard, second class, County of
Maui, J.N. S. Williams, George
Copp, and Patrick Cockett. first
class; City and County of Honolu
lu, George C. Potter, Alfred L
Castle, Carlos A. Long, first class;
and Frederick D. Lowrey, second
class: County of Kauai, W. H
Rice, Sr.. Geo. N. Wilcox and
Walter D. McBrvde, first class.
Commissioners of Fences: Dis
trict of Puna, Henty J. Lvnian,
Samuel Johnson, and F. G. da
Rosa. District of Kau, G ,' J .
Commissioners o f street a n d
sidewalk lines and grades, Hono
lulu: L. M.' Whitehouse.
Prison Inspectors: First Judicial
Circuit, John W. Waldron.lK. H.
Wodehouse, and J. M. Dowsett,
Second Judicial Circuit, William
Ileuning, and I. N. K. Keola.
Third Judicial Circuit. II . II .
Renton, M. Malakaua and Duther
S. Auugst, Fourth Judicial Circuit
C. IS. Wright, lv. N. Holmes and
A . B . Lindsay, Fifth Judicial
Circuit, A. S. wilcox, J. M. Lid-
gate, and John K. Gandall,
sent belong chiefly t o iiuis and
once the water could be brought to
them, there would be no better
agricultural lands in the Territory.
A survey is said to have been made
and a report made as to the practi
cability of carrying out the gigan
tic plan. This section is about the
j only part ot tlie island remaining
with an inadequate supply for plant
Marshall Hendry was on Kauai
last week on business in connection
with Uncle Sam's hostlery. He
returned to Honolulu Saturday.
The County has very generously
treated the Lihue ball grounds
! with a coating of soil in order to
level up a number of rough spots.
Mr. Haggeiuau is in charge of
the local wireless station during
the absence of operator Vincent,
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50
BILL CARRYING THE
The bill carrying the territorial
school budget for the next
biennium passed the house this
morning. As it leaves the house
the measure calls for a total appro
priation of S599.025 for the special
and general funds combined. This
is about $200,000 less than the
figure set in the original budget
which left the hands of the com
mittee of estimate1;, which passed
upon the figures after the school
commissioners had completed their
det'iiled work of itemizing the re
quirements for the coming two
The figures set by tne house
finance committee was $600,325,
but two or three amendments made
before the measure passed its final
reading this morning reduced that
Representative Julius Asch, Jr.,
succeeded in getting the proposed
increase in the salary of the in
spector general of the department
eliminated, setting it back from
S6.000 to $4,800, the former figure.
Watkins inserted an amend nient
providing a $2,500 appropriation
for the Poohau school on Maui.
CHURH REPORT IS CROWDED OUT
The complete summary report
of the proceedings of the angelical
association which held its session
in Kapaa last week, does not ap
pear in this issue as planned, owing
to lack o f space. However, i t
will appear in next week's issue
and will be well worth reading.
Look for it.
RELIEF FUND IS CLOSED
The following donations to the
Flood Relief Fund have been re
ceived and believing that Kauai
has answered the appeal for help
in a manner befitting the generous
spirit of its people, Tin? Gardkn
Island closes its campaign, not,
however, before thanking all those
who so promptly and generously
answered the appeal for help. The
editor wishes to particularly thank
the children and teachers of the
public schools for their donations.
The closing donations are from
the following sources:
Koloa School Teachers
Koloa school pupils
Hauapepe Store .
Eddie Fernandes the moving
picture expert will exhibit in
Kealia to-night a u d to-morrow
night, and will be in Lihue Friday
and Saturday evenings.
Prof. Souza with his talented
assistants, will give their regular
monthly band concert at the Lihue
Park next Saturday evening at7:30.
ARE VERY GRATEFUL
The Hawaiian Congregational
Church of Kapaa, through its Com
mittee, expresses its most grate
ful thanks to Messrs. W. H. Kice,
R. P. Spalding, G. P. Wilcox,
lohn Hano, S. W. Meheula, Mr
and Mrs. 11. 1 . bnelcion, miss
Bernice Hundley, all the churches
of Kauai including the Japanese
a n d Chinese, for the splendid
donations, hearty support, keen
interest, and remarkable services
they have offered to the Church of
Kapaa. during the session of the
Seini-Aiinual Association of Kauai
Church winch Convention w a s
generally began at Kapaa, Kauai
Fridav morning, Apiil 18th, and
adiourned April 21st. 1913.
And Mr. W. Werner will please
accept our thanks for the excellent
arrangement he has made in mak
itnr the Sundav School Exhibition
of the 20th inst. a very remarkable
a n d never-to-be-forgotten o c
C. K. Haah,
The, flour of the west is Sperry
PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY
OUR HONOLULU AD
Wall & Dougherty.
This popular jewelry firm while
comparatively new in the field, is
owned by two of the best known
men in their line in the Territory.
Their experience in catchering to
the tastes of Honolulu's buying
public is assurance to the customers
that they will r.et the best value
consistent with good quality for
the money. At present their ad
appearing in this paper, is calling
our readers attention to what the
firm offers in wedding presents.
The Honolulu Electric Co.
This wide-wake firm is, as our
readers can see, another of our
advertisers. The Company,
tln-ough its progressiveness, has
secured the wiring o f the resi
dences of Lihue, Hanamaulu, Na
wiliwili and Grove Farm, in con
templation of the completion of
the great electric power plant
which the Lihue Plantation is con
structing. Mr. Stewarc, a member
of the firm has a large force of
men on the job and will have the
hoitsewiring complete by the first
o f June. The Company carries
electric supplies of all descriptions
and makes a specialty of quoting
prices, which are always found to
be aJout all right. Try them and
Haclifeld & Co.
The success which this old esta
blished firm enjoys, is due to its
progressive spirit? Observe their
ad in this issue and the proof of
our statement will be obvious.
"Batter up! Let the first ball pitch
ed this season b e a Goldsmith
League Ball, etc.," is what you
will read. Ccin anything be more
strongly indicative of progiessive
ness? The advertising agent of this
firm is attentive to his duly, and
therefore ever before the public
with the latest iu the merchandise
line that it is possible to obtain.
Another pleasing feature m the
conduct of this big house, is the
fact that every one of its traveling
men are pertect gentlemen, men
who realize the value of courtesy
and who represent their house in a
business-1 ike and. unassuming
manner men who would treat
on as politely iu selling you a
needle as a sugar factory. ,
heo. II. Davis & Co., Ltd.
This is one of the most reliable
general merchandise houses in the
Territory, having its head-quarters
in Honolulu with stores on every
sland. As the ball season is
approaching the company is push-
ngtorward the famous Reach Ball.
They will probably put up a cup
for the pennant winners of Kauai
is they did last season. Mr. Austin
one ot tne nrms many etiicient
traveling-salesman, is now on Ka
uai making his regular call among
our ineichauts who are alwavs
pleased to see him. Watch for the
change in the ad which is sure to
come with the needs of the buy
N. S. Sach's Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
It is with undisguised pleasure
that we call our readers' attention
to this, the most up-to-date dry
goods house in the Territory.
Manager Lenox, has sui rounded
himself, with an army of efficient
clerks, each of whom is an expert
in his or her department. An ele
gant millinery department is main
tained, by the store, presided over
by one of the most experienced
milliners in the Territory. Besides
doing the lion's share of the dry-
goods business in the city, the
house enjoys an extensive mail
order business. It will pay our
readers to keep their eyes on the
Sach's' ads. The popular Mo-
dart Corset." is the feature of their
present ad read it.
The Hawaiian Electric Co.
"If its electrical, we can fix it,"
says this knowhow" firm. And
we believe it too, for they are just
completing one of the biggest
power plants irtfhe Territory. It
is for the Lihue plantation, and
when finished and the juice i s
turned on it will be conveyed to
various plantations, over wires
stretched by this very enterprising
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