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Established 1904. vol 9. no. 52.
LIIIUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, DEC EMBER 20. 1913
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The game plnyetVSrttidav'cou-
sidered to be the ' fastest game of
i. i. .. .ri n rntf!S -Sunerb team
I sA wfirlftfiy t h eG,.,Ff. djjib. secon-ded-.by
individual ..'teA" work of
I the A. A. F. was" mainly l'esponsi-
bleJorHrie defeat of the All Ame
WhUic first goal scored by the G.
1 JF. C. was placed by'the excellent
jpteasbiug of .tlie 'forwards, the ball
"''being taken almost from the cen
ter of the field to goal.
The A. A. F. evened t h e score
in a quick and dicisive manner by
clever dribbling passing through
t h e opponents interference and
scored a clean goal.
This was succeeded by continu
ous out of bound, corner kicks
ad several penalty kicks, occasion
ally offside play.
" ' Ooal being finally made by G. F.
jaftera desperate scrinnnage with
in. touching distance of the goal
In the last five minutes'' of the
first half, the G. F,. C, secured an
nUipr troal.havinE an "almost clean
field the only interference . beirig
two backs and goal keeper.
This finished the first lulf.. Fol
lowed by an t titer mission of ten
infinities which was c'reately wel-
score now; ttood 3 to 1 favor of
T.'he second half was a fast one
and'players stood up very well,
,tt niifiir the severe strain. The G.
II V V w -
F. C. finally secured another goal
' after continuous 'hard team work
of passing and dribbling the ball
over the field many times.
The games ended with the score
at 4 to 2 favor of G. F. C.
Following is t h e line ups of
A. A. F.
The A. A. F. partially attributed
tine defeat to the placing of one of
X their excellent forwards in the un-
ti fed position of goal keeper.
mm.Jc lf.ontiif necessary on ac-
count of the inability of the player
who was scheduled as goal keeper
to determine why he did not want
This game as viewed by the
spectators was judged to be the
cleanest and fastest game of the
One of the best reasons for a good
tgame without argument is the good
fortune of having a thoroughly
icien't, capable and' reliable re-
The teams extend their heartiest
thanks and appreciation to Mr.
Donald and the side line men and
all hope that nothing will prevent
him from continuing in that capa
city during the series.
'lg. 2g. 3p
M. F. C.
A good trade of excelsior is be
ino made from fire-killed Alpine
ttZ-u fir mifl UiiL'elmanu snruce in Colo
i ... - ....
, The ptopaginda to obtain a re
peal of the fiea provision in the
new tariff rfct
before the date of
k is reach e d goes
1, Washington be-
inft the goal
f everv variety of
readinu matte! which could no.si-
bly'bcar upon .he subject.
One delcgat at tlr.' annual meet-
ing" of the bee sugar manufactu-
ren's in Chicajp went as .tar ns to
ay that oiieSundred million dol-
i . i 1 '
lars invested lij beet factories will
be forcl intolotheD employment,
owing p tlK tLrtility of the beet
grower, to trvjlo compete with the
Tlito'iis of machineries now
goinj out( of the "country on ac
couij ofsomany Louisiana mills
beinj dismantled is already an es-
Lihue Court House
e Kauai County Courthouse
ing is fast assuming a finish-
tward appearance. .
e walls' are erected and roof
Concrete is finished, only the
finvair remains .to complete the
Lifing the .first week of January'
'tl ;ar affCgra Wi'll-brrfldud'
.1. . . ' i . , i -i ' . ,
tiinetai cornice piacea upon tue
brkets now in places. Then the
fok will be removed and the in-tee-
work will b e started and
ruid toward completion. The
cohctors express their desire to
cotete the structure within the
gijjtime, March 31, 1914.
1 building Seems very strong,
audbstantial and it looks as if the
citjthers will have verv comfor
labjnd spacious quarters.
Se men will be at work on the
bumg, the plasterers will be at
oon tney v 1 1 l toiiow tlie
;ho will erect the metal lath.
tav will be quite long as the
iinside and outside of the
Ill-rip lipflit niirl te1n1i(t)iifc
willinslallec, jn eyery room, in
clug the vaults. v
Tompletipn ofthis building
willje a niagnificient addition
to tbwn of Iihue.
Tbst game of the second se
ries played last Sunday at Ko
loa lling in a defeat for the
Japafteam and giving the Fili
pinoilr second win.
Tlufeat does not prevent the
J. A.lfrom being the champi
ons ol series however as they
alreachve four wins to their
TheA. C'sa n d P. A. C's
will Ph the near future to de
cide wj to take care of the cup.
Hiding of Teams
Teat V I, . Per Cent
InteriJ Bowling Series
The Aland Bowling series
is now S the cups again go
ing t o i the final game
which vfcyed last week to de
cide theltween Honolulu and
Mam, tfl of the Valley Isle
tooku(f the three games
which? gjem the chamnion-
4 2 .666
H. A.5 3 3 .5oo
P A. j 3 3 .500
Filipin! 2 4 .333
h. n. TIMMOXH
Prominent nownpaiwr limn who will take the editorial cliuir of
"The Garden Island" on .Ian, 1st.
The Christmas spirit., of happi
ness and remembrance has once
more pevaded into every household
and every heart. The pleasure to
give becomes stronger each year
since the customyvas first institu
ted.. Though only a word in ...writing
r a paintpd card "witlv sqfnei. tuile
worn phrase, still the spirit is
there, with the kind thoughts
with which it is accompanied.
Many Hawaiians were the hap
py and joyous recipientsot a great
variety of Christmas presents the
gifts of Santa Clans on Christmas
eve at the Lihue Hall, where the
Mrs. Tulian Peahu passed peace
fully away at the home of Mrs.
Lticv Wright in Wainiea on the
21st inst., leaving many sorrow
ing friends and relatives to mourn
The deceased has for many years
been prominent in local church
affairs; having held the post of
President of the Wainiea Christian
Endeavor for some time past.
The funeral service was held in
Wainiea church Rev. Akina a n d
Hawaiian Mill In Phillipines
The San Carlo Milling Compa
ny, established in the Philipines fi
nanced entirely by Hawaiian capi
tol has now completed the erec
tion of its mill and according to a
recent cable h a s already turned
out 300 bags of sugar.
This company expects to turn
out not less than 10,000 tons of su
gar during 1914.
New Books At Lihue Library
The Woman Thou (invest .Me
Eden 11 fill pott a
One Woninn'a Life...
T. Teiiilwrom Huniett.
The Divliiion of Henry W'albiac
The .Making of I.ydia...
.lolm Hurley Corn
The Inside of Tim, Cup
Autobiography of Dewey...
branches of a beautifully decora-
ted tree were literally bowed down
.... . '
with gifts. t
This Christmas tree event was
held for the benefit of the. Hawaiian
Sunday School, by the Rice family.
Each member was. the proud re
cipient, of a'.'l'arge-'bag of gpodies.
'.ncl sda m;aterjran, freely un addi
tional to the presenfs" vlifcli San
ta Claus gave out.
The Korean Sunday School at
Kapaia held a very interesting
Christmas eve celebration. Appro-
ipriate exercises were held, and a
; large number of presents distribu
1 ted among the lucky members.
Death of Anton
News was received here on the
21st of the death of Anton Cropp,
who was manager of tlie Koloa Su
gar Company's plantation here
from 1882 t o 190C. Mr. Cropp
was sixty years old at the time of
his death which followed about
three months of sickness.
Mr, and Mrs. Cropp visited Ho
nolulu in 1912, where they had a
host of friends, and remained here
for about eleven months, returning
to Germany about a year ago.
Coming! Coming! Coming!
Willie Fernandez Great Moving
"The Flying Circus" a great
three reel photo film, full of exci
ting, thrilling events; see the res
cue of the heroine from a burn
uing building, by the rope walker;
the escape of the twenty-foot Boa
Gonstrictor, snake, and his ascent
to the church tower, then the da
ring feat of the rope walker to
gain fame and wealth, and his res
cue when encountered by the huge
snake, by the heroine, daughter of
the mayor of the town.
Another feature, "Daughter of
the Redskins", f u 1 1 of fighting
and daring acts, exciting through
out not a dull moment in the two
thousand f-et of film.
These with a number of other
selected films, cowboys, and good
comedies will go to make up the
best program ever shown in Ka
uai. Mr. Fernandez will tour the
island in order to give everybody
a chance to see these great exhibi
tions. Commencing at LJhue Wed
nesday and Thursday Dea., 31st.
and Jan. 1st. Adv't.
The steamer Kauai of the Inter-
island fleet was wrecked off tlie
Mahukona coast last Wednesday
having piled up on the rocks ap
tmrentlv due to a heavy sea' run
ning at tlivi time. .The Kauai is-
one of tlu: oldest vessels of the lo
cal company's fleet, being of about
400 ton; and valued at $60,000.
Mahikoa Gets Contract.
George W. Mnhikoa, 'submitted
thelowest of three tenders opened at
the public works department last
Wednesday for the construction
of four homestead roads on Kauai.
AMiat of Joe Rodrigues was declar,-
ed informal and probably ,will be
rejected. The contract piobably
'will be awarded ,later. Mahikoa's
bills j were as follows: ,Section 1
S5582; section 2, ?800; section 3.
$1430, section 4, $770'0; excess
filling, 40 cents per cubic yard;
changing alignmeiit, 40 cents per
cubic yard; substituting culverts,
$275 j -75 days to complete the
.work., -... a , t
y'.A. A.jAVilsonls figures, weje:
-SectiohVt,$,S00Y.section2. $1 700;
,section.3,$3350! section, 4. $0950;
.excess filling. 75 cAi ts'a cubic
,yard; changing alignment, 65
cents' -.'a cubuVyard; 'substituting1
culverts, $250, 17-6 days to com
plete the work.
Joe Rodrigues' figures were:
Section 1, $4674; section 2, $1034
61; section 3, $1304.98, section 4,
$7013.75; excess filling '25 cents:
changing alignment, 25 cents, sub
stituting culverts, $100; 120 days
to complete the work.
New regulations covering t h e
handling of the parcel post have
been issued by the postmaster-ge
neral and were received in a re
cent mail to local postmasters.
ORDERS OF THE POSTMAS
Office of the postmaster general.
Washington Dec. 6, 1613
Order No. 7705.
On and after March, 16, 1914,
the classification of articles niaila
ble under section 8 of the Act of
August 24, 1912, authorizing the
establisinent of the parcel post
services shall be extended so as to
include books. The rate of postage
on books weighing 8 ounces or
less shall be 1 cent for each 2 oun
ces or fraction there of and on
these weighing in excess of 8 oun
ces the regular zone rate shall ap
ply. All regulations or parts of regu
lations in conflict herewith rescin
ded. A. S. Burleson,
Mr. Timmons of Eleele left
Honolulu on Saturday's boat.
Misses Esther and Grace Ing,
popular school ma'ams of Eleele
are spending the Christmas holi
days with their parents in Hono
lulu. Mrs. Hastie and daughters were
hostesses at dinner on Christmas
eve. They had as guests .Messers,
Miller, Eby, Dillingham and Hro-
M. Murata who was held in cus
tody charged with manslaughter,
has been released upon payment
of $1500, the amount fixed for this
bail. J. K, Opuuui and T. Fuku
naga raised t h e amount of his
Minutes of a meeting o f the
Board of License Commissioners,
of t h e County of Kauai. T H.
held in L'hue December 18th 1913.
Meeting called t o order at 10
A. m bv Chairman W H. Rice.
Present, B. D. Baldwin. J. Myers,
W D. McBrvde. and W. H. Rice
Ir. Inspector. Absent G. N. Wil
cox. Minutes of the previous meet
ing read and upon motion duly
approved as read.
The Chairman stated that t h e
meeting had been called to consi
der tfie Application of J. K. Coc
kett for a renewal of his First Class
Wholesale Liquor License and call
ed on the Inspector for his report.
The Inspector read same and re
commended that the renewal be
granted. Upon motion duly secon
ded the Board granted the Appli
cation and ordered License issued
BOND UPON APPLICATION.
The Board, upon motion duly
seconded, approved the Bond as
furnished by the Applicant. ,
REPORT OF INSPECTOR.
The, Inspector stated that com
plaint having been filed with him
regarding the soliciting of orders
by certain license holders, h e had
investigated same and that he had
found the methods pursued, in the
solicitingasQjnplained ofi similar
to the methods used bv the com
plaint. A general discussion en
sued and much was said as to what
action the Boaid should take re
garding the matter o f soliciting
orders o r business, whereupon it
was decided that the Board should
go into executive session. At this
session it was found that the Board
was strongly in favor of granting
all future licenses with the proviso
and condition that the License
would no longer be allowed to make
delivery of any liquors other than
upon his own premises and that if
found so doing directly or indirect
ly with the connivance of third
parties his license would be revok
ed forthwith. This proposed change
in the issuance of liquor licenses
being a most radical and far reach
ing one, it was decided by the
Board that the public should have
lull opportunity to discuss this
proposal and that a special meet
ing would be called in April 1914,
to allow of the thorough discussion
of the whole subject.
Upon motion the meeting ad
journed subject to the call o f the
W. D, McBryde, Sec,
Kauai License Commission.
Mr. R. Smith, formerly of Elee
le has accepted a position in Ho-.;
The young people of Eleele are
giving a dance o n New Year's
Mr. and Mrs. Morse were the
house guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Brown during Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. Lyons spent
Christmas day in Lihue.
Capt. George B. Leavitt who
has been spending die last two
months in Maine returned to Ele-
els on the Mexican, Wednesday
Mrs Piller of Wahiawa was the
charming hostess at a very pretty
dinner on Christmas night, her
ruests being Mr. H. Moler. Mr.
Walter Eklund, Mr. W. Miller,
Mr. R. Moler.
Miss M. E. Blue of Eleele is
spending her Christmas vacation