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3ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 9. NO. 27.
LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 8, 1913
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Citizens Who Would Form Im
provement Club For the Pro
taction of Homes Prohibited
From Doing So By Manager
Threat is Made to Intimidate
Laborers Who Seek What is
Due Them From Those Who
Should, but Don't Give
How is this for modern slavery?
Read it ! Then hang your head in
shame when reference is made to
freedom under the glorious Stars
For some time Hanamaulu citi
' 'zens have been victims of burghi
riesof more or less importance,
.Hand with a view of stopping this,
the citizens decided to meet at the
school house, organize an improve
ment club and to petition the mem
bers of the board of supervisory to
grant Hanamaulu police protection
at once. When one considers that
Hanamaula has a population near
toithc thousand mark, composed
of every nationality, ordinary in
telligence, even, will see the jus
tice of a demand for police protec
tion. However, Manager Weber
" doesn't see it that way. On earn
ing tlat a meeting was called, he
went over t o Hanamaulu for
the one purpose of leaving orders
to inform the men that all , those
who attended the meeting would
be discharged instantly, notwith
standing that he knew absolutely
nothing as to the nature of the
The plantation may be powerful
but its power ends with the day's
work and NO employer can place
any restrictions on the laborer's
timeaftei working hours. Just how
any man can imagine that these
j laborers can be owned by him,
f soul and body, to the extent of
ordering them around like so many
horses, is beyond the ken of man.
V As to discharging men for atten
ding a meeting that has for its sole
aim the protection of their homes
and families, shame onanv man
who lays claim to even the least
spark of manhood, who would so
much as make such a dastardly
threat, much less carry it into ex
ecution. The situation, in a nut
shell is this: The plantation stoops
to coercing into silence the de
mauds of its dividend earners for
protection of their rights; the plan
tation through its representative,
Rev. Hans Isenberg, went on rec
ord several months since as not op
posed to a postoffce in Hanamaulu
yet it has been rumored that any
employe taking a part in it would
find himself short of a job. These
tactips are serving an opposite pur
pose to that desired or intended by
In direct violation of the Sunday
law, these same laborers are "per
mitted" to cut and load cane on
Sundays and in direct variance
with the customs of plantations on
both sides, no attention is paid to
a desire upon the part of laborers
to bring their conditions up to an
equal par with those of other plan
tations. Mr. Weber, in parceling
out sucji treatment to his men
should bear in mind that he, him
I self, w is not always a millionaire,
at vhLh time, its a safe bet he
would not have long stood for the
dope h-i is now passing nut to his
less fortunate brothers. Those who
still would wonder at the depar
ture for the coast of so many of
our good Portuguese laborers, finds
the solution solved to a great ex
tent in Mr. Weber's attitude in
The M'-ses Chung, Miss Yap
and Mi is Either Chang of Honolu
lu, are spending their vacation
with Miss Chang at Hanamaulu.
A picnic and bathing party was
enjoye.l by the Hanamaulu folk
last Sunday on the Uanainaulu
thousands bather at lihue
to see al baseball and
scene of Interesting ra-
Oahu College Boys Are Defeated in A Ten Inning Game
By A!l Kauai Under Sandorn in One ef The Finest
Exhibitions Ever Witnessed on Kauai
Rooters rooted, horns honked,
the band tooted and firecrackers
sputtered on the Lihue Park last
Friday when Kauai gathered to do
credit to the observance of our na
tional holiday and to incidently
witness one of the classiest base
ball games ever played on Kauai.
Ihere were two games, one in
the forenoon between the All Stu
dents of Honolulu and Koloa'uine,
and another in the afternoon be-,
tween the students and Kauai pick
ups. The Koloas proved easy
pickin' for the college bovs. but it
was generally conceded that if Gir-
vin had played, the score would
have been different. 1 he morning
game by innings" was as follows:
All Students. Wishard cashed
in at 1, Baldwin took a baloon trip
to If, and Hichcock connected with
Aka, reaching 1st. on error cf. In
man followed with a home sticker,
also-shoving Hitchcock over home
plate. Denichi singled, annexing
3d, on a basket of errors. Lovell
fanned, ending matters. 2 runs.
Koloa Lorenzo struck o u t,
Futardo went on a vacation at 1.
and C. Kuhlman put a pop fly to
1, retiring the locals, with no run.
All Students. J. Makinani did
the strike out act, Fassoth singled,
stole 2; Ahana struck out, Wishard
walked. Baldwin made a safe hit
and by errors reaced 2, also sccr-
ing Fassoth and Wishad. 2 runs.
Koloa. Kuwamoto fanned and
Andrade who had previously made
an inecusable error in his fielding,
partly retrieved himeself by swat
ting a two-bagger. Honan expir
ed at 1, and was immediately fol
low to the boneyard by Perry who
flew to cf. No run.
All Students. In man died 3d to
1, Denichi flew to ss, Lovel made
a safe hit, stole 2 and anchored
until J. Makinani fanned. No run.
Koloa. A. Kuhlman was put to
sleep at 1, Aka got a pass to 1, on
being sruck by pitcher's ball but
being frisky, was counted off the
green at 2, Lorenzo singled but
followed Aka's path to destruction
at the hands cf Denichi. No run.
All students. Fassoth got away
with a safe, stole 2, and Ahana
bunted out. Wishard hit safe, sco
ring Fassoth and stealing 2. Bald
win flew to 3d. Hitchcock sing
led, bringing in Wishard, and get
ting to 2 on steal. Intnan singled
scoring Hitchcock. Denichi sing
led, stole 2 and scored on errors.
Lovell singled but died, steal to 2.
The visitors tallied five runs.
Koloa. Futardo got a pass on
balls but died reaching 2. C. Kuhl
man flew to If, and Kuwamoto
flew 2d. No run for the homers.
All Students The home team
showed indications of coniingdowu
to eartii in this inning, putting J.
, Makinani out of it at 1st. and slri
jking out in rapid succession, Fas
'soth and Ahana. No run.
Koloa. The visitors came back
at the homers with the same dope,
1st acceptinga pop fly from Andra
de. Honan and Perry were effect
ively disposed of at 1st, No run.
All Students Wishard got hit,"
stole 3, later scoring on error, Bal
dwin walked, stole 2. Hitchcock
flew to c, Ininaii got a pass, Deni
chi flew to c, as did also Lovell,
the visitors scoring one more run.
Kauai. Another quick ending
of matters. A, Kuhlman went out
at 1st, Aka struck out and Loren
zo died p to 1st. No run.
All Students. With a vengeance
the homers came back by sounding
taps over the remains of Makinani
at 1st, turning the same trick on
Fassoth and'getting Ahana's goat
in a neat strike-out. No run.
Koloa. Futardo walked, but was
convicted of larceny, C. Kuhlman
struck out, and Kuwamoto expired
at at 1st. No run.
All Students. Wishard flew to
1st, Baldwin singled, stole 2, and
Hitchcock made a safe hit. In
nian took a tligiit to cf, while De
nichi closed things in a fly to p,
adding no new lau.els. No run.
Koloa. Andrade struck safe,
Honan struck out, Andrade stole
3d. Perry singled, stole 2d, An
tone Kuhlman struck out, J. Aka
immediately doing likewise.
All) Students. Lovell singled,
but in at effort to reach 2, went
out. Makinani struck out, Fassoth
got 1st on error by c, and Aahana
being struck by ball, passed op to
1st. Fassoth drew a blank in try
ing steal home, Wishard getting
fiirst on error of c. No run. '
Koloa. The home defenders
in this inning saved a complete
shut-out by scoring twice. Loren
zo walked, stole 2d. Futardo struck
out, C. Kuhlman made a safe hit,
scoring Lorenzo and annexing 2.
Kuwamoto went out at 1st, Andra
de singled, scoring Kuhlman. Ho
nan singled. Andrade died insteal.
Two runs for the home team.
All Student battery, Hitchcock
and Baldwin. Koloa battery, Aka,
C. Kuhlman and Futardo.
Umpire. Dick Oliver. Time of
game, 1 hour and 45 minues.
All Stud't: Wishard, 3d; Bald
win, c; Hitchcock, p; Innman, rf;
Denichi, 2d; Lovell, cf: J. Maki
nani, If; Hans Fassoth, 1st; Ahana,
Koloa: Lorenzo, 2nd; Futardo,
c; C, Kuhlman, cf; Kuwamoto. ss.
Andrade, If; Honan, 3d; Perry, rf;
A. Kuhlman, 1st; Aka, p.
THE REAL BIG GAME
It remained for the All Students
and All Kauai i u the afternoon
game, to give the fans something
to remember. Captain Sanborn of
the home team had been getting a
Hue on the visitors during morning
game and therbv profited muchly.
However Innman hadn't been seen
in action and when the big twirler
indulged in a few practice flings
oyer the plate it began to look du
bious for the home team. Innman,
in the opiuion experts, is the oom
ing pitcher in the Territory. Frgm
the very start it was plainly evident
that Sandborn had made a wise se
lection of players. The pitcher had
errorless support and the batters
found no difficulty in locating In
m a n momentarily confusing the
visitorswho relied upon their pitch
er to win the games. With a score
of to 3 to the 9th. inning, it ap
peared as though it would be a run
away for Kauai, when the college
youngsters rallied, piling up five
runs, tying the score. Wild excite
ment prevailed as the visitors went
to bat in the beginning of the 10th
but Sanborn steadied his team and
the Students could accomplish
nothing that resembled a run. The
home team then came to bat, and
in the same, cool, collected man
ner which had marked their play
ing throughout the game, pro
ceed to tally up the winning score.
Captain Leslie Wishard and his
bunch of excellent sports are a lot
of clean players and were praised
very generously for their gentle
menly conduct throughout both
games. While the A. S. represen
ted Oahu College, they were most
ly Kauai boys, so the victory of the
home team is practically a victory
over our own boys. However we
were indeed thankful to have them
h'e,;.and we ldok forward with an
abundance of happy inticipation to
their return to-Kauai. Those who
contributed time and money t o
bringing visitors to Kauai, and to
arranging the, very delightful pro
gram can rest assured that their
efforts are appreciated .
The afternoon game by innings,
Students: Wishard had the first
try-out, but a play fiom 2, to 1st,
put him out of the race. Baldwin
struck out, Hitchcock singled, and
Iuman flew to 2nd. No run.
All Kauai's: Kerr made a safe
hit, reaching 2nd. on pass ball. p.
to 1. Pacheco made a safe hit.
scoring Kerr Joe Costa died rf to
1. Sanbouru singled, scoring
Pacheco. Spalding got off with a
safe hit, Sanbouru expired at the
home plate. Makanani singled,
scoring Joe Costa. Akana singled,
Makanani sank at .home plate. 3
Students: Denichi was laid
away at 1st from a pretty throw
from 3. Lovell singled, got 2 on
a steal, also got 3 in same manner.
Jno. Makanani singled, and on
wild throw by p, annexed 2. Lovell
in the meantime crossing the home
plate. Fassoth made a safe, J. Ma
kanani went out in steal to goal.
and Ahana fanned himself to sleep.
All Kauai's: Jno. Costa opened
up with a home run, Kaai went
out p. to 1, Kerr followed in the
same path, while.Pacheco flew to
1st. 1 run.
Students: Wishard walked,
Baldwin went out at 1st, Hitchcock
made a safe hit, scoring Wishard.
Intnan singled, Hitchcock succumb
ed at 2, Denichi singled, Lovell
went out p to 1. 1 run.
All Kauai's: Joe Costa met his
Waterloo at 1, Sanborn put a
three slabber, Spalding singled,
scoring Sanborn. Spalding ad
vancedto3ona steal, Makanani
faded away p to 1st, and Akana
struck out. 1 run.
Students: Jno. Makanani walk
ed, Fassoth flew to 1st, Ahana
flew to ss, Wishard made a safe
hit. and Baldwin struck out. No
All Kauai's: Tno. Costa sound
ed taps at 1st, Kaai struck out,
Kerr singled, stole 2. Pacheco
singled, stole to 3. and Kerr came
pacing over home plate. Joe Costa
made a safe hit, scoring Pacheco.
Sanborn was sent to 1st on being
struck by ball, and Costa made
steal home. Spalding struck out.
Students: Hitchcock went out
3 to 1, Iuman struck out, Denichi
made a safe hit but was caught
asleep on the switch and was side
tracked at 1st. No run. N
All Kauai's: Makanani fanned,
Akana went over the road at 1st,
and Jno. Costa bought 1st by
getting struck by ball, and later
checked in on steal to 2. No run.
Students: Lovell singled, but
his anxiety to connect with 2, let
him out. Jno. Makanani struck
out, Fassoth made a safe hit, and
Ahana went out in play from rf to
1. No run.
All Kauai's: Kaai struck out.
Kerr was struck by pitcher's ball
and anchored on 1st. His luck
failed him at 3, where he was put
on the shell in an attempt to steal.
Pacheco singled, and Joe Costa
flew to 3. No run.
Students: Wishard singled,
stole 2, and on wild throw by c,
scored. Baldwin flew to ss,
Hitchcock flew to If while Iuman
varied the program by taking a
flight to 1st. 1 run.
All Kauai's: The college bovs
made short work of the localites in
this half. Sanborn went out 2j to
1st, Spalding did likewise and Ma
kanani flew to 1st. No run.
Students: Denichi singled, but
died at 2. Lovell singled, Jno.
Makanani became a has-been at 1st
while Fassoth got 1st on being
struck by pitcher's ball. Ahana
flew to 2. No run.
All Kauai's: Akana struck out,
Jno. Costa made a safe hit, getting
2 on a wild throw, p. to 1, but was
counted out in steal to 3. Kaai
flew to 2. No run.
Students: The visitors found
themselves in this inning, and all
sorts of things happened, at the
end of which five runs were tallied.
Wishard singleu, Baldwin was re
tired, Hitchcock made a safe,
Wishard d i d some pretty steal
work, and Ininaii started the real
dope by driving out a home run,
shoving Wishard and Hitchcock
over the home plate. Denichi got
1st on being struck by ball, and
Lovell followed with a home run.
Jno. Makanani went out p. to 1.
All Kauai: Ininan did pretty
work in this inning, striking out
Kerr, Pacheco and John Costa in
rapid succession. No run.
Students: Ahana walked, but
failed to connect with 2. Wishard
singled, out at 3 Baldwin hit a
safe swat, Hitchcock flew to If
where he was gently put to rest
under the Olive branch, while
Baldwin formed a funeral at first,
decorated with Margurites. Norun.
All Kauai: Not having been
able to score in the tenth, Inman
faced the batters each of whom
seemed to weild shingles instead of
an ordinary stick and the way he
sent the ball over the plate was in
deed, wonderful, but the boys with
the shingles were fully as deter
mined to make good, and got a
safe hit the first clatter off the reel.
Spalding singled, Sanborn died at
2, Spalding got a steal to' 2, then
to 3, and ultimately came over the
home plate, making the score 9 to
8 in favor of Kauai.
Game began at 3:05, ended 5;25
Umpires, Honan and Meheula.
Batteries: All Students: Iuman
and Baldwin. All Kauai, Kaai and
Sauborir. Scorers, Morgan and
All Undent: Wishard. 3rd;
Baldwin, c; Hiiclu .cl. , 21 ; Intnan,
p; Denichi, ss; Lovell, cf; Jno.
Makanani, If; Fassoth, lb; Ahana,
Continued on page 6
Returns From Investigation of
Valuable Oil Propery For
WAILUAGIRL BECOMES BRIDE
College Team is Entertained By
Mrs. Wishard-Mr and Mrs
Hogg Return Home
James McClcllan, the oil man,
and one of Kauai's enterprising
capitalists, returned Fric'av from
California where he has 1 een for
the last few months in the interest
of an oil Co., in which jnt.nv from
the islands have invested money,
and which had not Luen con
ducted to suit the investors. The
stock holders sent Mack un t o
straighten matters out, and from
the satisfactory report rendered,
they made no mistake in sending
him. A few more men like Mc
Clcllan, and we'd have a different
Miss Freda Eggerking, daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. F. Hggerking of
Wailua'and Eugene Todd, Hono
lulu, wi-re niiiiTicu lusl ThuibUay.
I he couple came to Kauai on the
Hall Friday morning and will re
main the guests o t the bride's
parents for a honev moon of, two
weeks. Mr. Todd is. connected
with one .of Honolulu's leading
commercial institutions in a respon
sible position aiid is vone of the
city's rising young business men.
1 n e Gakiii'k Island extends
hearty congratulations tothehappy
COLLEGE BOYS PLEASANTLY RECEIVED.
Mrs. H. D. Wishard with whom
the Punahou ball team has been
stopping, gave the young men a
delightful dinner party last Thurs
day evening. Place cards, con
sisting of special objects w i t h
which each guest was' most in
terested in, and which wasa.secret
to each individual furnished con
siderable amusement during the
dinner hour. Mrs. Wishard was
assisted in looking after her guests,
by her charming daughter, Miss
MR. AND MRS. HOGG IN FROM EUROPE
Returning from a trip which ex
tended nearly around the world.
Mr. and Mrs. John Hogg, came in.
on the Kinati from Honolulu last
Wednesday morning. T h e trip
did them both a great deal of goqd,
and they enjoyed it, but were like
all who leave Kauai, very happy,
indeed to get home again.
PROMINENT SOCIETY GIRL TO MARRY
The Social party given by Mrs.
C. B. Hofgaard last week, at which
she announced the engagement of
her daughter Gertrude to M r
Alexander Brodie, wss one of the
prettiest affairs of the season.
SOME FEW PERSONAL MENTIONINGS
Miss May Christian, sister of
Charles Christian of Hanamaulu,
a student of the Honolulu Normal,
is spending her vacation with re
latives on the Garden Island.
Miss Lizzie Deinert, of the Ho
nolulu Normal, is home for her
Miss Ida Bechert, was operated
on for appendicitis at the Lihue
hospital Thursday and is reported
getting on nicelv.
Percy Deverill of the bank of
Hawaii, Honolulu, arrived Friday
iud will have charge of the local
bank during Mr. Crawford's abi
The best flour known, in every
home Snerrv flour. tf
The Lighthouse ship Kukui,
Capt. A. E. Arlcdge, paid its res
pects to Kauai last week on its
quarterly inspection tour of Kauai's
Miller, wife of our local
lighthouse keeper, accompanied hv
her sister are spending their vara
tion with relatives and fri nds in
y&Mfrlli ill ill tl i