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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 9.
LIHUE PARK TO
Program Includes Two Gaines of Baseball, Band Concert
And Juvenile sports--10:30 a. m., Baseball; 1:30 p.m
Baseball; 3:00, Juvenile Sports; 4:00, Awardiug Prizes
And Concert By The Lihue Band.
According to arrangements just
j completed by Captain W. F. San-
'born of a Kauai picked team and
,Captain Leslie Wishard of the All
Student team of Honolulu two ex
' citing baseball games' will take
place on the Lihue diamond on the
4th. Captain Wishard has Secured
Inman and Hitchock as twirlers
for his team, also Baldwin, as the
other half of a battery which is
difficult to beat.
Inman has the reputatiou of be
ing the best interscholastic pitchers
in Honolulu, and as a consequence,
is slated as the twirler who will
put the crack Stanford team on the
-bleachers. Hitchcock is also a
' tfnmous local slinger, one of his
most prajseworthy stunts being
the time he pitched a no hit, one
run game against the McKinley
Bad Men Are Taken by Hano
Deputy Sheriff Hano of the Ka"
waihau District made an arrest of
a Chinaman,, last Monday who on
lipiticr interrogated bv the police
confessed to a number of burgla
ries, at the same time implicating
another of his country man asan
' .accomplice. Following i n st r u c
Ftions from the confessor, , the
police repaired to a shack where
V articles of numerous kind and va
lues were found.
For some time the people of the
district have been the victims of
petty thievery and it is believed
that those arrested are a part if not
the entire gang responsible for
these robberies. Many articles
have been identified by and return
de to their former owners. Sheriff
Rice has recognized a former jail
bird in one of the men, who. ac
cording to the Sheriff, left Kauai
en,.pml venrs at?o. following the
completion of a jail sentence for
robbery committed here.
Hanamaulu School Exercises
The Hanamaulu School closed
with exercises last Thursday eve
ning. A platform -was built in
connection with the lanai extend
ing out into the yard. Palm deco
rations were used on the stage,
while a generous display of Japa
nese lanterns were used as illumi
nators. Tne audience sat in the
yard, and though a rain shower
put in its appearance, it failed to
dampen the enthusiasm of the spec
tators. About five hundred were
in attendance, among whom was
Judge Dickey, f Lihue,
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homesteaders Are Now Happy
y Twenty-nine of the. Kapaa flat
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t . noinesieauers weic muu yT
last week by the receipt of the pat
eivMor their lands. The members
of the settlement association who
recently took homesteads on the
mauka lands, have begun plowing
their lands. The experiences they
are having with various plows and
other implenents pertaining to the
cultivation of new lands will likely
be a source of much value to those
who enter later on, as it is begin
ning to dawn upon them that cer-
rV.tain implements must be used if
any degree of success is attained.
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Highs. He js playing 2nd on the
Puuahou team which is slated in
the Stanford series. Baldwin the
A 1 1 'Student catcher, needs no
further introduction to the .Kauai
public, than that he is the catcher
who won the Punahou Athletic
Club's" Championship, and there
fore completes a battery of which
our localites must needs beware.
As the line-up will show the visit
ing" team is a mighty formidable
one a n d it is coming over with
some confidence of winning out.
As there will be two games, and
that Kauai will have fresh riiaterial
for both games, gives the home
teams considerable advantage.
However, the Koloa team is com
posed of an aggregation of players
who both know and play thegame
and while the visitors are, prettv
strong, the Koloa's should not
Has a Sure Thing, He Says
H. S. Simpson, one of Kapaa's
teachers, is 011 the road to luxury
if he is successful in securing a
patent on a cock-roach destroyer
which'jhis fertile brain has evolved.
The hopes-to-be inventor says
that "for months he had been an
noyed by these pests, and had tried
all kinds of poisons to little or no
effect except to kill off a few
roaches and lose several fine chick
ens that found and ate the poison
ed roaches. One night while try
ing to think of some scheme to get
rid of them, he hit upon the plan
of the trap which he has in opera
tion. His roach trap is not dan
gerous, like poison, is cleanly,
and not costly to make or operate.
It also catches large and small.
The editor has seen a quart of
these pests that the inventor said
had been caught in the trap in one
The Kapaa Homestead School
With the influx of homesteaders
in Kapaa comes the desire for a
school house. It is said that there
are some forty odd children ready
for enrollment at the present time,
and that with the coming of the ,
new people a necessity for a school
will be apparent. A good, central
location should be selected and a
two-roomed building provided at
the earliest possible time. The
'deestrict' school in every instance
is the forerunner of progress and
if the Kapaa citizens are beginning
to feel the necessity of such, they
should be hearkened unto.
A Saturday Night Show Coming
W. A. Fernandes will give a
moving picture show at the Lihue
Hall on the night of the 4th, also
on Saturday night. The films will
consist of a strong line of up-to-date
comic and dramatic scenes
which has never yet been seen on
Kauai. Mr. Fernandes has com
pleted arrangements whereby he
will be enabled to exhibit an in
teresting display of popular films
at the Lihue Hall every Saturday
Nicolls, the Speary Flour man1
is again on Kauai in the interest
of his live-wire concern.
Sperry flour t h e best
where, the bakers declare.
LIHUE, TERRITORY OF. HAWAII.
worry. Nor do they, for Girviuis
a good leader and his men are good
As to the Kauai picked team un
der Sanborn, there is little doubt
that a team can be gotten together
which will put the visitors to route
by big odds. The line-up of the
All Students will' be as follows:
Baldwin c; Hitchcock p; H .
Fassoth, 1st; Loyell2ndj Ahanass;
Wishard. 3rd; Makanani, If; Ta
kenchi, cf; M. Fernandes. rf.
In the afterncon game, theyisit
ing team will make but a slight
change i 11 the line-upj simply
subling Baldwin with Inman.
The Koloa team which plays the
morning game is to be composed
of its regular members, while the
picked team line-up will be ap
proximately as follows1.
John Akana, If; T. Pacheco, 3d,
Bill Kerr, ss; Girvin, 1st; Makana
ni, 2nd; Sam Kai, p; J. FernandeSj
c f; Joe Fassoth, r f;, Sanborn, c;
and Sato, Wood and Costa, subs.
Considerable comment is heard
concerning the McBryde team's re
fusal to play the Student, nine,
since the first series championship
went to them, thus the honor of
defending Kauai resting in their
hands. However, Koloa can be
depended 011 to deliver the goods
which marks the team as possessed
of the right spirit even though it
doesn't hold any championship
honors. The games, which bid
fair to be by big odds the best ever
seen on the Garden Island, will be
umpired by genial Dick Oliver,
which signifies that under all cir
cumstances, everybody will get".a
square deal; ' T
Come along and bring everybody
Farewell to Dr. M. Thompson
A bridge party in the 'nature of
a farewell to Dr. Thompson, was
given bv Mr. and Mrs. de Brette
ville at their charming home last
Saturday evening. There were
four tables and after an exciting
contest the game finished with
Mrs. C" A. Rice in the lead for la
dies' first prize and F. Crawford
claimed like honors for the gents,
while Mrs. Putinan and P. L. Rice
carried off the booby prizes. The
reception, room was prettily deco
rated with a profusion of Calla lil
lics and Australian sunflowers.
Light refreshments were s.-rved
including dilicious salads. One of
the extremely pleasing features of
the evening was the delightful
piano selections rendered by Mrs.
An Enjoyable Afternoon Party
A very pleasant afternoon was
spent by some of the Lihue ladies
at the home of Mrs. K. C. Hopper
last Friday afternoon. The ladies
brought their sewing and the af
ternoon soon slipped away. The
guest of honor was the very young
Miss Dean who easily proved the
center of attraction and admiration.
Refreshments were. served in the
dining room where the table pre
sented a very pretty picture, the
center piece representing a lake
with pond lilies growing around
and in it, while asparagus ferns at
one corner looked as tho they were
dipping into the water.
Dr. Derby Coming on The Hall
Dr. Derby, accompanied by his
son, Ellsworth, will arrive next
Friday and will remain in Lihue
forjsome time. Doc. must think a
whole heap of Kauai to leave dear
old Honolulu on the Fourth.
Dr Thompson Leaves Kauai
Dr. Malcomb Thompson, who,
during the absence of Dr. Putman
had charge of the Lihue hospi
tal, has severcred his connection
with this institution and leaves for
Honolulu this afternoon.
Miss McClymont leaves for Ho
I nolulu. this afternoon en route to
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TUESDAY. JULY 1, 1913
else. The admission is absolutely
free; the baud will play, and ill
addition to the ball game there will
be juvenile sports in the park
where the generousity of Mr. and
Mrs. Hans Isenberg and Hon. Geo.
Wilcox will have provided i c e
cream and cake, and numerous
entertainments for the amusement
of our young people. Everybody
is welcome to what promises to be
one of the biggest fourths ever held
in Lihue. -
FOR IHE CHILDREN
Through the generousity of Rev.
and Mrs. Hans Isenberg and Hon.
Qeo. N. Wilcox, the children of
Lihue will once more celebrate the
glorious Fourth in a most delight
ful manner with games prizes and
refreshments of the kind most lik
ed by 'children. One little Portu
guese, girl telling of last year' sat
tractions said, 'We have plenty
good time but I like more better
the little horns with ice cream in
side. H is alway a pleasure to do kind
things for children because as a rule
they get genuine enjoyment which
they are hot ashamed to show, but
it is seldom that a town's children
have such good kind friends as the
parties; above mentioned. This
good work has been going on for
many years and if the gefierous
donors could hear the appreciative
things the children say about
thenu ,they would feel ampley re
paid. Long maytlfey liv.tkeeji
up the good work.
Popular, Couple Return Home
Dr. and Mrs. Putman who have
been globe-trotting for a year,
returned to Kauai last Wednesday
morning, pleased to be home again
tho' happy every moment of their
trip. On leaving the Islands, thev
journeyed through Canada, visiting
the beautiful Thousand Islands of
the St. Lawrence, then on to New
York from whence they sailed for
Loudon. Belgium, Holland, Ger
many, Austria, France, Italy and
Switzerland were included in their
itinerary. Although the first six
months were mainly for pleasure
and recreation, Dr. Putman atten
ded various clinics in the large ci
ties and combined business with
pleasure. The last six months of
their stay was in New York, where
the the doctor completed his post
The many friends of Dr. and
Mrs. Putman are delighted to have
them home again and anticipate
much pleasure in listening to their
pleasurable experiences of the past
A New Photographer in Kapaia
J. Senda, a Tapanese photogra
pher of some note, hailing from
Honolulu, has purchased the Go
Kan gallery at Kapaia and is pre
pared to make the worst looking
phiz in Lihue appear as an angel.
If this item were taken litterally,
the new photographer would be
come about the busiest man in our
neck o' the woods.
Dr. Putman Surprised at Lihue
Dr. Putman observes the pro
gressiveness of Lihue with delight
and surprise. He is tickeled to
death to be back again and to a re
porter, expressed his appreciation
of the excellent condition in which
he found his affajrs.
Sid Spitzer and w h o don't
know Sid -of Honolulu has again
put in an appearance on Kauai and
i f some one does not get him
off the island pretty soon, he'll
about sell everything for which
there is nioncv to buv.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Christian
returned last Friday after a pro
longed stay i n Honolulu where
Mr. Christian has been acting as
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50
Time For Starting of Races Changed to Ten O'clock, St
Those Who Wish to See the Ball Game May Do Ss
Attractive Purses Are Offered.
10:2P A. m.
First Race One quarter mile Po
nies. First Prize $ 25.00
Second " 10.00
Entrance fee $2.00
10:40 A m.
Second Race Three quarter mile
f. f. a.
First Prize $ 50.00
Second " 15.00
Entrance fee $5.00
11: A. m.
Third Race One quarter mile f . f . a.
First Prize $ 100.00,
Second " 25.00
Entrance fee $10.00
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Fourth Race Three eights mile
First Prize.- , 25..Q0
Second""" J .10.00
Holy Ghost Visits Hanamaulu
Among the many Holy Ghost
feasts that have been celebrated on
Kauai this year, that at Han'aniau
lu last Saturday night and Sunday
was not by any means the least in
importance. Mr. Gracia was the
man at the helm and deserves a
great deal of credit for the success
of the occasion. Among artistic
decorations were a dozen or mbre
ribbon bedecked arches, each side
from which floated flags of various
hues. Pretty Japanese lanterns
interspersed with ordinary lanterns
furnished the illumination which
flooded the grounds in a perfect
blaze of splendor. A spacious pa
villion was arranged for lovers of
the terpischoreau fantastic. The
platform nestling 'neath an artis
tic, artificial arbor was surrounded
with benches upon which appeared
intermittant borders of hansome
ly gowned femininity and digni
An elaborate booth wherein was
displayed attractive articles, all
numbered to correspond with tick
ets which were on sale throughout
the grounds, did a rushing busi
ness. Then, too, the Lihue band
played, as did the band's orches
tra, while dancers danced and the
juvenile element filled in the time
by working the time-honored fire
cracker stunt with numerous other
occupations to suit the occasion.
A Very Popular Kinau Stunt
Something new and attractive
and also much appreciated was
srpung on the traveling public last
Saturday when passengers were
towed out to the Kinau by a classy
little gasoline launch. Capt. Greg
ory explained that the new stunt
was being tried as an experiment
and that if successful the scheme
will be adopted.
Teachers Making a Get-a-way
Among the departing teachers
for Honolulu were Mrs. Chamber
jlaine, Mrs, Yanagiharci, Ethel Ed-
warns, L'arlotta btewart, A in y
Wong, May Akeo, Miss Billie Lo,
Helen Goo, Misses Ayer, Ruth
Zane, Hannn.ih Sheldon, Daisy
Sheldon, Annie Amana, Etta Lee,
Ella Lee. Miss Umbenhauer, May
Paschic, Mrs. Charilie Blake, and
NOW READ THE ADS.
PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY
Entrance fee $2.00
11:40 A. M.
Fifth Race One half mile f. f. a.
First Prize $100.00
Second " 25.00
Entrance fee $10.00
Sixth Race One mile f. f. a.'
First Prize S50.00
Second ,, 15.00
Entrance fee $5.00
12.20 P. 11.
Seventh race One quarter mile
First Prize $10.00
Second ,, 2.00
Entrance fee $1.00
1240 v: it'.
Eighth race Three eighths mile
f. f. a.
FJtPriz ; ,f 100.00' l
Second,, ' " h ' 25;00
The Kalaheo School Program
The closing exercises of the Ka
laheo School were held at the
schoolhouse on Wednesday, June
25. An interesting feature of the
entertainment was some Japanese
Sword, and other dances given by
some of the Japanese boys, Kengi,
Nakaza, Takuichi, Isami, Kiichi,
Sinkichi, Isuue, Heijime and Shir,
under the direction of the Japanese
priest , Mr. Suga, and two
Japanese musicians. Messrs. Bat
sura and Horiuchi. The thanks
of the teiidiers and school are due
to the Japanese who assisted in
this, ,as it involved considerable
trouble for them and was much en
joyed by all.
The play. "A Slice of Tongue,"
given in Arab's costume was also
appreciated, and in this the parts
of the hero and heroine were well
carried out by Antone Robello and
Mary Nunes, while Joe Palama
made a dignified Cadi, and Man
uel Carvolho admirable as t h e
Amongst those present were Mr.
Alexander McBryde and party,
Dr. and Mrs. Waterhouse, Mrs.
Clias. Aki, Mrs. John de Cambra
Jerves, Mr. Huchiya, nnd a num
ber of other parents and friends of
The program was as follows:
1 Song "The Birds" Grade III,
IV, V, and VI.
2 Recitation "Seven Times One"
3 "Old Glory's Children" Six
children of Grade V.
4 Recitation and Song "Sun
flowers" Grade I.'
5 "Skipping Rope Drill"
6 "The new Settlement" Eight
boys of Grade IV.
7 Recitation and Song "The Re
turn of the Birds" Grade II.
8 Recitation "Daisies" Eleanor
0 Indian Club Drill.
10 Song "Sleep on" Grades III,
IV, V, and VI.
11 Recitation "The Giant"
12 Dialogue Emilia Jerves and Ida '
13 Flag Girls of Grade IV. (
14 Play. "A Slice o f Tongue:
Caste, Antone Robello, Mary
Nunes, Joe Palama. M a n u e
Carvolho, Anna Kuwaawaa, Kengi
Horiuchi, Virginia Gomes, Joe