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1904. YOL. 10. NO. 53.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JANUARY 6, 1914
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPT
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It was a great race program they
held at Waipouli, near Kapaa,
New Year's Day. The weather
was fiije, and a large crowd was
out. The program lasted from 10
,n. m. to 5 p. m. The officers were
a's follows. Judges: Paul Rutsch,
John Rapoza and Thronas. Start
ers: M R. Frietas and Hino.
In the quarter mile. $100.00.
Antone- Nobriga's -t'Princ" won
over Frank Caetano's "Charlie."
Three-eigths mile: $25.00.
"Tom," owned by An tone Reis
won over "Daisy" belonging to M.
Eighth mile. $50 00, winner
Frank Caetano's 'Charlie, over
Manuel Frietas' "Pony."
Fourth mile, a Japanese horse
won over a nag belonging to a
Chinaman, the purse being $15.00.
Eighth mile was won by a ponv
owned by a Hawaiian, against a
Japanese horse called "Yokoha
ma." Purse, $10.00.
In the afternoon the three
eighths, $25.00, was won by a
Japanese horse over the entry by
The one-eighth went to a native's
pony overan entry by Johnny Reis.
ft. i e .1. 1 . 1
V l lie iourin mue was wm uy a
Japanese horse from Kapaa over
another, also Japanese owned,
from Kealia. Purse, S15.00.
The second fourth mile Japanese
horse race went to Yasuda's filly
the purse being $10.00.
. The third and last race wis won
by the entry of Manuel Vasconcel-
las, over the horse of a Japanese.
Honolulu, Jan. 2. At a meet
ing of the Honolulu Ad Club's
Mid-Pacific Carnival finance com
mittee here today, President V.
R. Farrington broached the subject
of the members of the organiza
tion taking a trip to Kauai in the
near future, similar to the recent
excursion to Hilo. Rev. J. M.
Lydgate, 'who was a guest at the
meeting, was called upon by Pre
sident Farrington to give his views
on the matter and in a brief ad
dress, enumeraced the many things
of interest to be seen on Kauai,
and concluded by saying that the
residents o f the (harden Island
would heartily welcome the Ad
Club members should they make
such a jaunt
Army Officers Here
i Lieutenant Camp and Lieutenant
"-a'lCer. of the 2nd. United States
, lufantrv, stationed at Fort Sh'after,
near Honolulu, returned to their
Vost br the Kinau Saturday night,
hfter spending three weeks sight
seeing on this island. While here
thev carried their expl ratious in
to, many beautiful valleys, did some
mountain climbing and had lots of
fun hunting. Prior to sailing both
,' of the officers expressed themselves
'tis having had a most delightful
I . time, and their intention offeturn
ing again. . .
Wm.Fernandez. t h e picture
show man. will appear at Eleele
Wednesday night. Waimea Thurs
da and Friday nights and Koloa
next week. "The flying Circus,"
in three reels, and other choice
films will be displayed. Adv.
The fysles Returning. '
Mr. alid Mrs. J. H. Dole, the
former head bookkeeper of the
McBryde Sugar Company, are ex
pected home tomorrow from a tour
pi the world. They left Kauai lu
' ly 12 last, going by way of the
States to Scotland and toured Eu
rope, Palestine, Egypt, India,
Miina and 'Japan. They .snould
ve arrived at Honolulu iii the
eria from'the Orient.
TOOK THE BAOON
Sunday's football game. Maka
welis vs. All-Atnericans, was won'
by the former, 2-0. It was played
in a considerable wind. -giving the
advantage to the side playing from
the mauka end. The visitors were
allowed two goals in the first half,
one a penalty and the other, it is
claimed, assisted b y the strong
The game was a tight one and
abounded in interesrhg features.
Some excellent plavs were made.
The team work of the Makawelis
was excellent and showed to great
advantage in the second half, when
it became wise to plav against time
The utmost good feeling prevail
ed throughout the contest. Not
quite so many people attended the
game, perhaps, as on former oc
casions, but all present thorough-'
ly enjoyed it.
The teams were composed of the
following for the All-Americausi
R. Robertson, goal; T. Hill and
Dr. Glaisver, full back; E. Foun
tain, M. Thomas and W. Pollock,
half: K. Akana, M. Fernandez, A.
Hussey, and H. Vincent, forward.
Makawelis: E. Iluddy, goaj; D. K.
Hayselden and H. Kani, full; R.
Kapuniai, C. Akina and H. Bur
gess, half; A. Fernandez, J, Fas
soth, E. D. Murdock, W. Waiale
alerE. Richardson, forward.
The goal keeper of the Makawe
lis did particularly fine work.
The standing of the teams is as
All Americans, 0.
New Lawyer Arriyes
S. E. Hauuestad, attorney at
law, arrived in the Likelike and
will establish himself here, in the
offices of Philip I, , Rice. Mr
Hannestad was born on Maui, his
father, Wm. Hannestad, being for
ester for the Maui Agricultural
Com pan v. with headquarters a t
Kahului; and has not been out of
the Islands except for four years
at college in the States,
A Successful Year.
Officials of the Bank of Hawaii,
Lihue Branch, worked overtime
several days last week closing up
the affairs of the old year and pre
paring for, the new. It is under
stood that deposit business fer the
year was quite satisfactory, and
that general business ran ahead of
last year. Thus far, the Lihue
Branch has not been affected by
the calm anticipated for the islands,
and the New Year opens up well.
Changes In Teachers.
Several changes in school tea
chers of Kauai have been made.
Miss Crosno has taken the place
in Waimea school vacated by Mrs.
Brodie, nee Hofgaard. Miss Dean,
of Kalaheo, has gone to Oahu.
Miss Miller, also of Kalaheo, will
enter another line in Honolulu.
Miss Fursey, of the same school,
is ill in the hospital at Honolulu
and will not be back for a week.
Miss Zane and Miss Amana are
transferred from Huleia to Kala
heo. Mrs, Tracv is transferred
from Hanamaulu to Kapaa. Miss
Craudall, who formerly tanght at
Puiiahou. is on her way from the
east to take the place vacated by
Play off A Tie
The Winter League series o f
baseball at Koloa, between the
Portuguese, who won the first se
ries, and the Filipinos, winners of
the second, will have to be "play
led off." Three games will be play
led o settle the question, the first
j being scheduled for next Sunday.
There will be a Moonlight Eve
' ning Service at the church on Sun
day with special music. All "re
cordially invited to come. .
WOW IS SHOT '
"At 12 o'clock New Year's eYe a
Japanese auto driver named Oku-
ma whipped out hi revolver, in
Hauapepe and fired three nhotsVts!
ms greeting, to iyi-t. jvi ui tpe
shots entered the window a tlhe
house of K. Osaki. a general mer
chant of the town and struck .Mi
Ozaki in the lower part ofthe
breast, ranging downward.' Dr:Rv
Uesada was hnstilv called, and Dr
J. Yoihizawa was summoned from
Koloa. The doctors decided to re
move the injured woman to the Li
hue hospital, which was done. The
bullet has not been located, but
unless complications arise the vic
tim of the shooting may recover.
umima was arrested aim is in
jail at Waimea, pending the fate
of the woman.
Filipino Shot At Makaweli.
A Filipino who was accirtentlvi
shot at Makaweli bY a friend qn
the evening of the Rizal celebra,-,
tion, died in thehospitalatthatlikipe
about 4 o'clock Sunday moniing,
A 38-calibre revolver was lus'ed,
and the bullet went ihrougruthe
right lung. TKri,'
The dead man cleared his friend
from blame, stating that theywere
both examining ttie revolver? when
it went off, quite by accident V
The Mid-Pacific Carnival.,
Wednesday Jain, 7, is the day
to subscribe for stock in the Car
nival Co , Ltd.. It is confidently
expected that the Carnival this
lyear will be very-iimich-nior-j spe!"
tacular and successful than ever
before and that the crowd of tou
lists from the mainland be much lar
ger than on any former similar oc
casion. This will mean a large
deposit of money left on the Is
lands to the ultimate benefit of
every person here. Although in
the first instance the benefits may
accrue mainly to Honolulu in the
ultimate issue they will filter out
to the other islands.
It is "Uptons" when sugar
prospects and sugar dividends are
falling off to cast about for source
of income and t o stand toge
ther for the welfare of the Islands.
Accordingly it is up to us to stand
by Honolulu in the execution of
this large enterprise for the good
Land Sale Saturday.
The sale of the Waioli Beach-lots.
Hanalei. which w a s postponed
from December 13, will take place
at the front entrance to the court
house, Lihue, next Saturday, at
noon. Twentv-three lots and one
remnant will be disposed of. Up
set prices have been fixed on a
moderate schedule. The terms will
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Henry Rice,
entertained the following friends
at dinner at the Fairview New
Year.s evening: Chas. Rice and
family, J. II. Conev, Malcolm Co
ney, and Miss McClymont, of Ka
laheo. Another party at the same
place and time was made up of
Judge Chas. Dole. Mr. and Mrs.
D. W. Dean, Mrs. Dean sr., Mrs.
Booge, Miss Booge, Mr. and Mrs.
Gillian, Miss Xoves and Edwin
Old Lady Breaks Arm.
Mrs. Brown, an clderlv ladv. a
sister of Miss Marie Pavne, tea
cher in the Wailua school, acci
ulcntlv fell last week, dislocating
and fracturing the left arm. She
Iliad leeu visiting Mrs. Isenberg
laud was justjeaviug when the ac-
j cident occured.
, .. . .
; The i.ew steamer .Matsonia hau
sent in her greetings.
A brutal niurdpr occurred in the
camp at Hoanoano (Pakala) "be
tween 5 and 6 o'clock last Friday
evening. The victim was a Japa
nese named Jenimura Saikichi.'
Deputy Sheriff Crowell has arrest
ed another Japanese "named Hatsu-
nuira, and will likely prefer ,n
charge of murder against him.
Ogawa Kanzubura is held in cus
tody as a witness.
A number of Japanese h d been
holding a New Year carous; 1 in the
room of Hatsumura., whic i is in
the opposite extreme enc of the
building in which the dc id man
lived. There had been feeling be
tween Hatsumura and Suikichi. as
a result of which the latter was
not invited to the celebration', all
though everybody else in the
building was there.
When' found by the Japanese
driver of a'n automobile, Suikichi
was dead in the 'road not far- from
his room. He had Ijeen struck in
the brick of the head a blow suffi
cient to have killed him; was ut
across both eyes, and evidently
to make a good job of it his throat
Deputy Crowell rushed to the
scene as soon as he heard of the
tragedy and began an investiga
tion, resulting in the arrest of the
two men mentioned above.
Mr. R. D. Moler, of McBryde,
was i(motig the arrivals in the Like
like,' having spent the New Year
holidays with his wife and son in
.itonoiuiu. ' ,
Takitani, book-keeper of Mc
Bryde store, is now riding a new
Misses Grace and Esther Ing re
turned to Eleele school after a very
enjoyable vacation in the city.
The freighter Hvades, from the
Coast and Honolulu, will be a
week end arrival at Port Allen.
The voting people of Eleele saw
the old year out with their Maka
weli friends, being guests of the
Ilima Club over there.
Dick Oliver, of Waimea, came
near meeting with a serious acci
dent while returning from Port
Allen Saturday morning, his car
colliding with another Waimea
car. Except for a broken wheel,
no damage was done.
The Misses Hastie and Messrs.
Leavitt, Ebie and Dillingham are
to be the guests of Mr. and Mrs.
Chester Loveland at their mountain
home in Lihue at this week-end.
The boys of McBryde were hosts
at a very enjoyable dinner and
dance at their club house last Sat
urday night. Those present were:
Mr. and Mrs. Alexander, Mr, and
Mrs. Pillar, Mr. and Mrs. Kruse,
Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Silva, Mr. and
Mrs. Roendahl and otheis.
Mr. Walter McBryde entertained
a tew ot lus menus at dinner on
On Saturday night the Park
theater gave its first entertainment
after its extensive alerations. Mu
sic was furnished by the Eleele
Miss Ella Rath was the house
guest o f Marie Anderson last
That Baseball Trip
A. L. Castle wrote to Chas. A
Rice by the mail arriving Satur
day, asking the latter if he would
hustle up that Kauai baseball team
to go to Honolulu for the Carnival
week contests. Mr. Rice is replying
that he has not time at present toi
give to the matter, and, moreover. I
that he thinks it rather late to un
dertake it. He recommends, how
ever, that Mr. Castle take the mat
ler up with Mr. W. F. Sanborn.
That is the situation as it now
The thermometer registered 62
degrees at niiduight; two degrees
higher than yesterday but still
Tin' Salvation Army corps of
Koloa gave seven different Christ
mas treats. The first was at the
Filipino camp in Lihue on Dec.
23rd. Then came the regular tree
at the Koloa Salvation Army hall
on the afternoon of Christina'; d-v,
A'ith an attendance of 216. A:
L a w a i Camp of "ic McBryde
Plantation o n Fn j afternoon
vs and candy wen iven. At the
Army Hall in Kuku 'a there was
a tree on Friday nig) with an at
tendance of 100. S irday morn
ing, the Piwai, or mao Home
steads class at Mrs. ile's house,
and tinder her charno, received
their piesents and rendered a pro
gram, At the regular Sunday
School hour on -Sunday morning
at Huleia Korean Camp, the class
invited the children of the sur
rounding camps to the:r celebra
tion. And at the sain- hour the
Kalaheo homesteads J.iss, under
Scrgt Caldero, received their
treat. ' '
The total number of toys, dolls,
dress-goods, books, etc. given out
Estimated value of .toys and
candy donated, $70.00
Expended for toys, books, candy,
Total number present at these
A union meeting of the Kukui
ula, Piwai, an d Koloa4 Sun clay
Schools was lield alKoloa on SnSt
day afternoon wfien prizes of
books for regular attendance dur
ing the year were presented.
Adjutant and Mrs. Titnmerman
were in charge.
The program at Koloa was as
Song "When wise men came
Chorus "A happy Christmas
Day" Nine girls
Recitation "What can I give
Song "Venid Pastor
'Christ was once
With the Movies.
Wm. Fernandez is again making
a tour of Kauai with his motion
picture plant. He entertained at
the Lihue Hall last week, and this
week has moved along to Koloa,
Waimea, etc. His Under, a two
reel feature entitled 'The Moving
Circus." i s unusu.iliy pleasing,
while all of the select inns are good.
The Garden Island has arranged
to receive wireless uew.- every day
ironi Honoluluduring the month of
January. Whether or not it will be
ccitinued longer will dtpend en
tirely upon the wishes of the pub
lic. If it proves a n interesting
feature to the people of Kauai, an
effort will be made to keep it up.
Should sufficient interest of a tan
gible sort fail to develop itself,
however, the service will be dis
continued. The wireless news received em
bodies the principal happenings "of
the dav nt Honolulu and through
out the world.
Heavy Rain Storm
Whit is known as the Niihau
storm" struck the entire south
west s'de of the island Saturdav
evening. There was considerable
wind and heavy rains fell all along
the coast from Mana to Koloa,
No damage has besu reported.
Delegate Kuhio, who probably
left, Honolulu to-day for Washing-' 'J
ton, sends this message to the peo- ,-i
pleof Kauai, through the Garden
Island: ' ' '1
"When I get back to Washing-
ton I will again take up and urge
the appropriation for a harbor for
Kauai. I am heartily in favor of
this measure. The fact is, however
that I nave found it difficult to im-
press upon the Interior Depart
ment the importance of the im
provement. They seem to feel over
there that entirely few individual
interests will be benefitted, while -the
project will be of no intercut
in a direct way to the Federal go
vernment. ,4I mention this in ordor that
some of my difficultic& may be uu-
"Personally. I favor Nawiliwiii
as the proper place fo po.'t
My ideas have been vigor "usi'rtt
combatted in the past. The Intcri
or Department seems to be irh.'su"t
pressed with the fact that Port i
Allen would be the cheaper propo- '
sition and this had been a hard '
point for me to argue down.
"I regard it as unfortunate that .
the people cannot get together on '
one port or the other, and sUy
with it. That would Rreatjy im;
plify mv work. The present status
ot the public building matter for
Honolulu is a notable example of
what community divisions of this
sort will do.
However. I am eoine to flarht '' '
for ii pcjflf arfd feht ,mnt:"f
But I will inform the Deptmn1'1"'
frankly, as I have in the past'c il"
that I favor Nawiliwili."
Todays Wireless News.
Honolulu R a w Sucar. 3.26;
beets $77.00 a slight decline
Mrs. H viand, who shot into a
partv of children in Garden Lane.
New Year's Day, will have to
stand trial for reckless thootine.
Senator E. W. Quinn had his
achinc wrecked and he was in
jured yesterday while turning out
to avoiu running over a child in
The Canadian process of refin-
ning sugar, which it was at first
thought was an improvement,
the Battelle process, lately una
taken at Honolulu, has not prow,
at all that was claimed for it.
Governor Pinkham has issued
statement to office seekers tellin)
them that he will appoint whon
he thinks best to office and wi
select such persons as he thtnl
will be most suitable to the ac
ministration at Washington,
Former Immigration Inspector
Raymond Brown has asked tht
public to suspend judgement on
President Wilson, whom he ass
erts is a fricnq of Hawaii and will
do his best for the Islands.
The Lihue postofiice was official
ly designated on January 2 as a
branch of the United 'States postal
savings system. It is the only of
fice on Kauai so qualifier,, uBy cIje'
last mail the Lihue Brankh of tbr
Bank of Hawaii was designated as
a depositoiy for funds deposited
with the postofiice, so that d po
sits will not have tc leave this U.
'and. Interest on deposits mII bt
at the rate of 2 per cent v per an-'
mini, payable annually
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