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ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 10. NO. 18,
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. MAY 12 1914
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THE KAWJUHAUS GRAND CONOEHT
OPENED WITH BALL
YIELDS ON KAUAI
"Judge Dickey's dance" (for
I such it was and must be designat
ed) , which took place in the new
County Building Saturday even
ing, was all that has been promised
'(; it. It was far and away the
? biggest, swellest and most success
ful society event on Kauai i n
many a day, and it is safe to sayi
that everyone present had a good
For the occassion the entire
)' building had been beautifully and
Jiffectively illuminated and decora
ed. Mr. and Mrs. E. O. Thurlell
Had charge o f the decorations,
while Mr. and Mrs. D. W. Dean
arranged the dressing rooms and
directed the help therein. Beauti-
ful ferns, potted plants, etc., used
in the decorations were supplied
i principally by Mr. and Mrs. V.
1 H. Rice Sr., Mrs. Hans Isenberg,
Mrs. H. D. Wishard and Mr. and
Mrs. W. H. Rice, Jr., Sheriff Rice
1 supplied help to take care of the
autos and for general work about
The Kapaia band gave a concert
011 the grounds early in the even
ing, and later took up a position
inside of the building. String
music was supplied by the Ilima
Glee Club, of Waimea, which was
divided so as to accommodate
" dancing parties in the various
Dancing was. of course, the main
feature of the evening, tor this
purpose the court rooms of -Judge
Dickey and judge Dole and the
large assembly room of .the Board
o f Supervisors, were ' used. Re
freshments in abundance were
served, throughout the evening.
V fcl among inemim-
.et "Suv u-iix f whom were
present: .1 .'VE. .
(The full list of those preset,
unavoidably crowded out of 1
issue, but it will appear next week..
For Sale Organ
I have fur sale one small organ,
about three feet high and three
feet wide. Slightly used. Perfect
condition. Will sell very cheap.
See me, or ring me up at the Fair
view Hotel L 22
Lihue, May 12. 2is.
i Tuesday, May 12.
Honolulu Marion II. Hawkins, of the City Motor Shop, shot and
wounded his wife and John O'Brien, of the Honolulu Iron Works as
they were returning from a walk last night. Husband and wife had
separated on account of jealosy. Hawkins turned the gun on himself
afterward and died i n a few minutes. O'Brien and Mrs. Hawkins
Henry Ferguson, the soldier who killed Police Ollicer Abren, ban luul his
Hiiitenco commuted to life imprisonment.
15 y way of a mite box scheme, the Kind's Daughters raNed .51,000 yeterday.
An unconfirmed rumor has. i t that former Judge Humphreys will Muveed
Judge Cleinons on the Circuit bench.
Treasurer Colliding states that tax collections for this period will h e short 5t00,
Washington In regard to the Mexican lighthouse matter, mentioned in yes
t.irday's dep.itch's, Secretary Bryan states that the lighthouse keeper de-erted his
post, making it necessary for the Americans to take charge of the lighthouse.
Thfl Brazilian Minister has appealed for the release of South Americans, held
ly General Funston'H army, including three Brazilians wlioare accused of "sniping"
American sailors during the landing at Vera Cruz.
Consul Canada reports arrival at Vera Cru. of Consular Clerk Man-hunt, who
Fiys, he was released from jail, marched to the consulate anil at the point of a re.
volver was compelled to opm the safe and surrender documents to the Mexican
commander. All Americans have left Tampico.
City of Mexico -It is reported that the rebels haw sustained one repulse in
attack on Tampico.
Douglas (, Arizona) A Mixiean staggered across the border last night, failed
to halt when so ordered by the American guard and was shot.
Kl Paso A brother of the murdered President Madero has been madou General
in the Constitutionalist army.
S.wite Fe, New Mexico Mexican General Saltazar, who was arrested on Ame
rican soil after the luttle of Oginaga, n on trial hero on the charge of smuggling
Wash'mgt in Lieutenant Maigne, U. S. Army retired, has been placed under
arrest at Vera Cruz liy orders of Secretary of War Garrison. Ho had been acting
as war correspondent and refined to desist in sending out certain reports objected
to by the department.
Associate Justice I.iunar and Frederick behmami will represent the United
States in arbitration matters with Mexico.
.San Francisco The steamer San Jose has arrived hero with refugees from
The Building Trades Association
ot reluiai ot painters, to return to work, ioiiowidk nmureiiccu with employers.
Continued ou page 6
Henry W. Kinney, Superinten
dent of Public Instruction, and
W. W. Thayer, Secretary of the
Territory, will visit Kauai, the
former arriving at Port Allen to
morrow and Mr. Thayer later.
Mr. Kinney will have breakfast at
Mr. H. K. Brodie's in Hanapepe,
tomorrow morning, and will then
proceed on a tour of inspection of
the schools, starting at Mana and
coining back toward Eleele. All of
the schools, around to Hanalei will
be visited in the succeeding two or
At Lihue Mr. Kinney will famil
iarize himself with the high school
matter, which, he says in advance,
must be started in September.
Mr. Thayer intends to go over
the Kapaa cannery" sm matter
again, and to look into certain
other subjects here upon which
the Governor requires data.
Waimea Wharf Work
Chief Carpenter James Morse, of
the harbor commission, arrived on
Kauai in the V. G. Hall last
Friday for the purpose of begin
ning work on Waimea wharf. Ce
ment piles will be planted under a
portion of the wharf-, and the laud
ing will be considerably extended,
Morse will remain dvcf l.cre o
this vork several -weeks., -
Two Sugar Ships Here
Two big sugar steamers loaded,
at Port Allen last week the Arizo
nan and, the HyaUes.' The former
arrived on' Tuesday a n d sailed
Thursday', taking 3,000 tons,.-The
tt ; , t- -i 4 y
nyaues nrnveu rrmav morning,
with 300 tons of coast freight and
iled again Saturday morning,
t. ng 1, 100 tons of sugar, It will
b'ev-'oted that both vessels were
very, speedily handled at Port Al
xuler an item elseivnere was in
type, it was announced from Wai
mea that if the roads were in good
condition the meeting of the Wai
mea Literary Club next Saturday
would be held at Mrs. Danford's,
Mana; b u t otherwise a t Mr
has ordered a general luck-out on account
The Lihue baseball team was
taken into camp by the Kawaihaus
on the hitter's diamond Suudav
afternoon, the score being 13 to 8
in favor of the homers. A fair
sized bunch of fans witnessed
the slaughter. Complaints about
the umpire, Isaac Kaiu. came
from both sides, so that he was
probably much to the hay. Follow
ing is the official report of the var
SundavVgaine was a weird con
test between the K. A. C.'s and
Li hues, in which the former came
out ahead 13 to 8. It was a poor
showing of the national sport; and
the drizzle which came down at
times helped to make things worse.
Allen Wilcx was the star batter of
: G.i". Having a clear percentage.
Out of five tin...-, at bat he got two
singles, one double and tr triples,
each one clear bingles
The game started off well, as
usual, for the visitors. After J.
Fernandez had died at the plate at
the hands of Wilcox, Yokomoto
sent a hot one past short for one
sack. Then E. Lovell got to the
initial sack on Wilcox's fumble
Morrow flewtoM. Scares. Smythe
then dro.ve the ball for a two fur
long dash, scoring-Yokomoto,
Lovell. a n d later scored, mien
Sam Kai broke into the error col
K. A. C. tied the score', iu .the.
second chapter. Ambrosio and
Palmer-had been given free tickets
to first. Sam Kai made first on
error of Yokomoto. Ambrosio died
at fhe plate, Ambrosio to Kllis
Palmer scored w.hcn Ellis threw
wild to Morrow. J'. Soares reach
ed first on Smythes error, Sam.
Kai- scoring. Allen Wilcox hit
for three bases, scoring. B. Kerr
.struck out''' "V ,
The third inning J. -Rdrnauuez,
made third on error and scored.
Then Lovell died, KaL to Sada.
In the fourth ' K. A. C. scored
three runs, the fifth two runs the
sixth three runs and the. seventh
Lihues took a brace of life in the
seventh when they shoved four
men across the plate. Ahana made
first on Wilcox's error. W. Fer
uandezs got a free ticket. Kllis
flew to Soares. Waiau got soaked
in the foot and was allowed his
base. I. Feruandezs sent all three
men :n on his three furlong drive
and scortd when Yokomoto ex
pired, pitcher to first.
Summary: 2 Base hits-biuyUie,
Wilcox, Teixeira. 3 base hits-J.
Feruandezs, J. Soares, Wilcox 2.
Double plars-Lovell to W a i a u
to Kllis. Left o n bases-K.
A. C, 5; Lihue, 5. Hits off Wai
au. 6, in four innings; off Smythe,
6, in four innings; ff Wilcox, 3,
in five innings; off Palmer, 3. in
four innings. Struck out by Wai
au, 3; Smvthe, 1; Wilcox, 6; Pal
mer. 1. Base on balls, Waiau, 2;
Snivthe, 1; Palmer, 2.
Score by Innings.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total
Lihue 3 0 1 0 0 0 4 0 0--8
K. A. C. 0 3 0 3 2 3 2 0 13
Baseball Next Sunday
Ths baseball season on Kauai
will begin next Sunday afternoon
with the following games:
Lihue vs. K. A. C, at Kapaa;
Koloa vs. McBryde, at Kleele.
Theoe games should both be
snappy, and will doubtless attract
large crowds of fans.
Sunday afternoon's contest be
tween the regular McBryde base
ball team and a picked nine result
ed iu victory for the former after
ten fierce innings, the score at the
end being 8 to 7. There were two
or three expensive errors on both
sides. For the regulars Makuichi
pitched and Akaua was behind the
bat. The "scrub" battery consisted
of Joe Aka, pitcher, and John Gar
vier, catcher. The game was play
ed on Eleele field. .
An untis'ually elaborate concert
(a "grand' concert." as the an
nouncements have it) will be given
in Koloa Hall next Saturday even
ing, the proceeds from which will
go to the different Sunday Schools
of Koloa. In addition to music by
the Kalaheo band, the following
are the leading features of the pro
I. Orchestra AVaimea Maile
'J. Hawaiian Chorus Ivoloa Glee
:!. Song..v."lS.4PoniMoi" Koloa
4. Song f.'MIeVu Fellow" The
Misses Blake, Maile, Brandt, Char
man, Ta?lilma, I'iimoku and Ka
noa. , t
5, Orehej-fra. 'Waimea Maile
llimn C'luh. ,
(i. An Act.'..(a)Childhood of Iliawa-
Xokomis... Alice Charmim,
Hiawatha Kinina Blake,
Ingoo .I.iz.ie Piimoku
(Tableaux ) . . - - ( b ) H fawat ha'
Hiawatha Hebccea Brandt,
Minehatia Kdcnia M'uile,
Arrow Maker I.iz.ie I'Huioku.
7. .Quartette Koloa Glee Club.
8. Medley "Koloa Boy, Am Go
On , etc.' ' K i iloa Sel io 1 G iris.
!'. An Act anil Tableaux "Snow
White." . Characters:
Snow 'yVliitc ...-Kleanor Blake.
Maid.sV. vsThe Mives Blake,
MaileJtBrandt,' Chat-man, I'iinio
kii,Iwimoa and Tashiuia.
Orcltestn'i.-.,. WaitnWi Maile
Ilima (Ihib. ' ' -
Bepriisentiitions of Islands,, (new ).-.
ICdloa'Fehppl Girls. ,
' ' Ha wftmoi' '. I v .1 JO very body-.
Capt. Leavitt Returning
Friends of Capt. Geo. B. Lea
vitt, superintendent ot the Kauai
Railway Company, will be pleased
to learn that the operation which
he underwent at Honolulu was
satisfactory and that be may return
to Kauai next Friday.
Harold Rice Wanted
An effort is being made to per
suade Mr. Harold Rice retain Ills
position as head of the Maui base
ball league, out with no success as
yet. Mr. Rice thinks a ball player
should bold down the job, while
some of the boys think they need
a business man of Mr. Rice's cali
ber at the head to keep things go
ing in proper shape. Maui-News.
H. D. Wishard has received a
letter from Intnan, of the All-Stud
ents baseball team, Honolulu, ac
ceptiug the invitation of the Kau
ai Athletic Association to play two
games here on July Fourth. In
man also sent a list of the players
who will come over.
Spouting Horn Abroad
A recent number o f Leslie's
contains an excellent representa
tion of the Kauai float at the Mid-
Pacific Carnival, with complimen
tary mention of the same. It was
the only float t o receive such
Territorial Treasurer D. Lloyd
Conkling will arrive at Waimea in
the Kinau tomorrow morning for
the purpose of inspecting the books
of Bishop & Company's b a n k,
after which he will go over the
books of the Bank of Hawaii, at
Lihue. Mr. Conkling will likely
return to Honolulu Saturday night.
J.I. SHva's Kleele slore handles
the famous NewZealaud butter.
Mention was made last week in
these columns of the increase in
sugar yield on this island over the
official estimates originally given
out. The new figures, compared
with the old, are as follows:
Lihue Plantation Co., increase
from 19.000 to 20,300 tons, or 1,
300 tons more;
Grove Farm, from 4.200 to 4,
700, an increase of 500 tons;
Kekaha Sugar Co., from 15,000
to 1 6,000 an increase, of 1 ,000 tons;
Waimea Sugar Company, 1,600
to 1,900, an increase of 300 tons;
Koloa Sugar Company, 7,000
to 7,500, an increase of 500 tons;
Hawaiian Sugar Company (M.i
kaweli), from 23,500 to at least
26,000, an increase of at least 2,
McBrvde Sugar Company, from
15,120 to 15,600. an increase of
Kilauea, owing to delays not
estimated, but there will be a
' It will thus be seen that the to
tal increase in vield for the island
of Kauai will beat least 6,580 tons
of sugar, which, at a valuation of
3.14 would mean $413,224 increase
in revenues. Taking off the mill
ing and freight expense on this
additional sugar, and the net will
be "velvet' , oyer and above the
It may be stated that the above
figuics on increase are very con
servative, and there is every pros
pect that they may be exceeded.
In fact it is. quite likely that the
iMcurviie, at least, wiuv uc con
siderably over and above the fig
New Zealand buttercontinues to
be popular. Try it. Sold by J. I.
Silva, Eleele. Advt.
A. R. Roberston, inspector on
the cotintv building work, will
leave this afternoon for San Fran
cisco. The Board of Supervisors held
its regular monthly meeting at its
officS in the new County Building
Wednesday, May 6th. at 10 A. M.
Present: Mr. II. D. Wishard?
Chairman; Mr. Francis Gay, Mr.
W D. McBryde, -Mr. James Von
Kkckela, Mr. A. Menefogho.
Minutes o f the last previous
meeting were read and approved.
The Board examined the several
bills presented and approved them
to be paid out of the following ap-
priations, viz: j
Salary County Road Supervisor
Pay of Police:
Specials , $ 181.00
District Courts etcs
IDE SUPERVISORS MEET
To the "summons" issued by
Judge L. A. Dickey, inviting him
to attend the dance given in the
n e w county building last Sa
turday evening, Governor L. E,
Pinkhani replied as follows:
"Hon. L. A. Dickey,
"Judge of the Fffth Circuit,
"I thank you for b o t h your
command and invitation, but I
fear that I shall be obliged to miss
the evening and its pleasures.
"Kauai may be congratulated
on its New County Building.
"You have a compact island and
a sound community, and the spirit
of the people must be of their own
breeding, conscience and enter
prise, and let us hope will always
be that of unselfishness and jus
tice. Long may Kauai retain its
designation as The Garden Island.
"L. E. Pinkhani,
"Governor of Hawaii."
Judge Chas. S. Dole, of Lihue,
answered the , "summons" in a
lenghty paper gotten out in regu
lar court form in which he con
sentedto be present at the timespec
ificd. etc., etc. This answer was
one of the cleverest received,
A young lady of Makaweli res
ponded in verse, the unfortunate
feature of lkr poem, however, be
ing that she found it necessary
therein to submit her "regrets."
A t a meeting held Thursday
evening last at the Library Rooms
the Kauai Historical Society 'was
organized with Mr. Wm. Hyde
Rice as resident, Rev. J. M. Lyd
gate vice-president, and Miss
Elsie Wilcox, Sec-Treasurer.
The purpose of the society is to
collect and preserve information
and data relative to bye-gone his
tory of Kauai.
lixpenses of Witnesses
Co Rd Supervisor 116.00
Janitor Service etc. 72.91
Repair and Main. Bldgs. etc.
Furnitures and Fixtures
Supportaud Mainentance of Prison-
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