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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 10.
Former Trim The Lihues to a Frame and The
Latter Find Koloas Easy Picking
Fine Day and Big Crowds Out
High scores and one sided games !
were again the rule on baseball
diamonds Sunday afternoon. The
Koloa game was in some respects
better, of the two, the score being
It to 5 in favor of the visiting Ki
laueas. At Lihue the home team
was defeated bv the Makawclis by
the very high score and wide mar
gin of 19 to 9. Excellent weather
tiivored both games, although the
wind acrcss either field was strong
at times. The larger crowd of fans
showed up at Lihue, although the
turnout at Koloa was also above
MAKAWELI VS LIHUE
A baseball game in which the
players appear, run their legs off,
bat their arms off and kill them
selves generally for the pleasure of
the public and without remunera
tion, is, in one respect, in the same
class as a oharitv concert. In treat
ing a game of that kind, a news
paper is in an awkward position,
for, in the very nature of things,
it feels called upon to cither praise
and compliment or keep mum.
This game between the Maka
welis and Lihues on Sunday was a
case in point. The players vtre
earnest enough, they worked like
leavers, and at times fought .like
tigers for points; but with ft all,
errors just simply piled up. Nei
ther side w a s immune. Lihues
made mistakes which were surpris
ing and which the players them
selves probablv could not account
for, Withal, the contest was a live
ly one, and,. barring the errors and
high scores, compared favorably
with the games of last year.
It was Makaweli's game from
the start, the visitors scoring one
in the first, one in the second, and
jive in the third innings. In the
last half of the third the Lihues
made a' big spurt, getting four
liien over the plate. In the fourth,
the teams made a couple each and
at that time enthusiasm was at its
highest and "rooting" most vigo
rous." In the fifth Akina singled but
Waialeale a u d Rapozo fanned.
Kruse and A. Fernandes struck for
a bag each, scoring Akina. Oneha
For the Lihues, Smythe hit safe
but was thrown out while attempt
iugto steal second. H. Malina and
In the sixth, Joe Costa, of the
Makawelis, flew out, short to first,
Akina struck for two bags, but
Waialeale flew out to center, re
tiring the side.
Of the homers, Morrow fanned,
Ellis flew out to first a n d
i ATCPT n to fiL urup
LHlLfll UUiOIUL IILi
Tuesday, June 2.
Sugar: Raws, 3.39: beets, 3.5S3,
Honolulu It is reported that both Detectives McDuflle and
lett will be discharged by the new county sheriff, Chas. Rose
Entomologists Fullawav and Bridwell leave in the Matsonia
South Africa in search of more parasites tor Hawaii's pests.
Kuhio's friends state that the rumor that the delegate will retire
from the race for Washington is incorrect, and that Kuhio's announce
ment of candidacy will be forthcoming in a few days.
Redding, Cal. Mt. Lassen is in active eruption. New crater 30
by 4o feet opened up last Saturday. Mt. Lassen is located in Nevada
San Francisco The schooner Fa'.r Oaks, inbound from Gray's
harbor went ashore off the Golden Gate yesterday morning.
Paris Premier Doumergues and entire cabinet have decided to
Mazatlan Constitutionalist tug Hercules captured schooner Gari
baldi, loaded with sugar.
Washington Treasury departnieat officials have decided to change
the Honolulu Federal building site.
,' Monday, June I.
Sugar: Raws, 3.39; beets, 3.583.
i Honolulu Charges have been filed in the Supremo Court against
Claudius McBryde, assailant of United States district attorney Mc
Cam, paving the way for disbarment proceedings. The charges have
Afong was retired, pitcher to first.
In the seventh, Raposa, of the
vfsitors, singled, stole second and
third and scored on Kruse's safe
hit- A. Fernandes flew out t o
short. Oneha singled. Toe Costa
and H. Fassoth both flew out to
Lihues up, Fernandez and Aka
na fanned, and Malina flew out to
At this point Lihue changed
pitchers, Waiau going to the box.
Joe Fassoth singled, and Akina
a n d Waialeale walked Raposa
fanned, and Waialeale (was caught
napping at first. Kruse hie safe,
scoring Fassoth and Aki'ia. Fer
nandes died at first
Lihues U bat, Smythe singled.
H. Malina and Makanani walked,
and Morrow singled, Smythe boiug
forced out at the plate. Malina
scored. Ellis was struck' bv pit
cher, Waiau fanned. Fernandes
singled, a n d Makanani tallied.
In the last innings, Oneha, Joe
Costa and H, Fassoth sii'.ed,
Oneha scoring. Joe Fas..oth hit
for one b?g and H. Fa(soth made
the plate, Akina and Waialeale
walked, a n d Joe Fassoth stole
home. .Raposa died at first, but on
safe hit of Kruse, Akina tallied.
A. Fernandes hit safe but was
thrown out at second. Oneha sin
gled, scoring Waialeale. Joe Costa
died at first,
For the Lihues, Malina a n d
Smythe died at first. H. Malina
and Makanani sinsrled. but Mor-
1 row was retired at first, concluding
Scouk By Innings
12 3 456789 Total
Makaweli 115210120 19
Lihue 00 4 20 0 021 9
Two Base Hits Onoha. Waiale
Three Base Hits Smy.the.
Stolen Bases A. Fernandes, TI.
Fassoth, J. Raposa, J. Costa, 2,
J. Fassoth 2, Akina 2, J, Malina,
3, J. Fernandas, Ahana, Afonp,
First Base on Balls Off Kruse 3.
Afong 2. Waiau 4.
Struck out by Kruse 14 Afong 4,
First Base on Errors Makaweli
10. Lihue. 4.
Left on Bases Makaweli 10 Li
Hitts Off Afong 11 in. 6 in
nings off Waiau 5 in 2 innins.
Hit by Pitcher Kruse 2. Afong 1 .
Time of game 2 hrs, 05 min.
Umpire D. Win. Dean.
Continued on page 6
MH'JE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF
As a result of a drunken row at
Homesteads about 11 o'clock Sun
dav night, Antone OrsatellaS is in
the Koloa hospital suffering from
four or five knife wounds , and a
17-year old girl named Rose Bel
trau has a cut t"'o inches long a
cross the scalp. Manuel Salles,
the alleged assailant, is in the Ko
loa jail awaiting the fate of his
The girl will recover. Orsatel
las has a bad stab in front' of the
left shoulder, wh'ch mav or may
not turn out seriously. He has a
slash news the abdomen, but that
is not dangerous Two or three
other cuts ve mi the back.
Deputy Shei .ft Henry Blake and
Dr. Watcrhouse hurried to the
sccie of the stabbing as so"n as
OF HEART DISEASE
A school boy named Koga To
shio, aged 15, died in the Mil!
Camp at McBryde plantation
day morning of heart disease.
A singular circumstance is
a brother, also scarcely more
a lad, died of the same cause last
Koga was a pupil in the E'.eele
school, and was accounted a bright
scholar. His father is a cafpertca
in the emplov o f the McBryde
Mr. and Mrs. William Ebeling.of
Makaweli, Kauai, formerly of Wai
naku, Kilo, have announced the en
gagement of their daughter, Clara,
toilaytoii R. Lincoln, of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit & Land Com
pany. The wedding will take
place at Lihue, Kauai, toward the
latter part of June or beginning of
Miss Anderson To Coast
Miss Marie Anderson, of Ilaua
pepe. will leave shortly for Cali
fornia, joining her aunt, Mrs. H,
H. Brodie, in San jose. Later she
will visit her former Lome in Illi
nois. Eieele Notes
Mrs. J. Deas is the guest of Mrs.
Mr. R. L. Hughes returned from
Honolulu on tlic Virginian Thurs
i One good time is expected at the
Maile Masquerade dance on Satur
REPUBLICANS TAKE NOTICE
Each Precinct Club sh.ill meet
on Thursdaj June 4th., 1914, and
shall make nominations for officers
of the Club and Delegates to the
Territorial Convention, on the
second Thursday in June (the
11th.) they shall meet at 7:30 i m.
and by ballot elect officers for the
ensuing two years and Delegates to
the Territorial Convention. Nom
inations shall be open from
7:30 to 8 r. m. and shall be filed in
writing with the Chairman of the
meeting. Rkpuhmcan Rui.ks.
LIHUE REPUBLICANS TAKE
The Lihue Precinct Club will
meet at 7:30 i m. in the District
Courtroom of the County Building
June 4th. 191 4:
A. G. Kauj.ukou,
Secietnry Lihue' Republican Pre
cinct Club. 1-t
f tr s ".
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IIA.VAII. TUESDAY. JUNE 2 1014
Fiiends of Senator C. A. Rice
gave out at Honolulu on Sunday
the' information that the Kauai
man would be a candidate in the
coining primaries for the nomina
tion for Delegate to Congress on
the Republican ticket.
The announcement, which was
made in the Honolulu papers on
Monday, has been confirmed by
Senator Rice here.
Mis-; Muni ford, principal of the
Lihue School, was the hostess frr
a very pleasant card party Satur
day evening, there being sixteen
(fcur tables) yoii'ig people present.
Auction bridge was the feature of
the evening, refreshments being
served at appropriate intervals.
The first prize was won by Miss
A. Boogc and W. H, Rice, Jr..
while the "consolation" was ac
quired bv Miss Katheriue Macfn-
tyre and u . 11. Lirotc.
All present spent a most delight
Palmers To Leave
The many friends of Mr. and
Mrs. Edward Palmer, ot Lihue,
will be sorry to learn of their in
tended depaiture from the islands.
Thev are returning to their old
home in Ohio. Mr. Palmer has
been connected with Grove Farm
plantation for manv years as con
struction engineer. They will leave
in two or three weeks.
Goinfj To Australia
In the list of appointments of
teachers to the various schools next
vear, it will be noted that that of
Miss Blue is omitted from Eleele
school. It is learned that Miss
Blue has accepted a school in Aus
tralia and will shortly leave for
her new post.
Sale Is. Deferred
The Lihue teaching staff have
changed their plans in connection
with their sale, as some unlooked
for circumstances have arisen
which necessitates postponing it
until the next school vear.
Services Next Sunday
Next Sunday's services in Lihue
Union Church will be held at 7:30
p. in. in place of in the forenoon
Rev. J. M. Lvdgato will preach
Summer In City
The Misses Ilastie, of Eleele
will spend a parr of the Summer
again this year in Honolulu, al
though it i s hoped that Kauai
may have them most of the vaca
Miss Mary Bryant, of the Ma
kaweli school, expects t o visit
Miss Mable Larsen, in Honolulu,
during tiie Summer,
Miss Rath To Coast
Miss Ella Rath, of Lawai, plans
to leave shortly after her school
( Kalaheo) closes for the Summer
vacation, for California, where she
will visit several weeks with her
The regular monthly concert of
the band was given at the park in
Lihue during the progress of the
Lihue - Makaweli baseball game
If you once use New Zealand
butter, sold at Silvn's Eleele store,
you will have it all the time. Advt.
ObNATOR C, k El
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SUBSCRIPTION RATI :. $2.50
TFKKFRS SPROUTED ID
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William C. Avery, of Boston, Named Principal
of Kauai High and Grammar School and
Miss Macintyre, of Lihue, is First
Assistant the List
The complete list of appoint-1
liieuts of teachers thus far made to
the schools of Kauai appears at the
end of this article. t
Th? few places left vacant will J
be filled by the superintendent in
It will be noticed that several
well-known teachers( Miss Purcell
of Waimea, Miss Mable Hastie. of
Eleele, Miss Sato of Koloa, Miss
de Bretleville. of Lihue, and oth
ers) are omitted, but the reasons are
already well known on this island, j
L William C. Avery, who is to be
principal of the Kauai High and
Grammar School, at Lihue, comes
from Boston and has been in the
Islands only a short time. Since
here he had been assigned tempo
rarily to the Boys Industrial School
at Wailee. Oahu. Inspector Ray
mond, who knows Mr. Avery well,
recommended him highly for the
position here, and upon that re
commendation largely the selection
It may be mentioned, incidental
ly that Mr. Avery (who is a young
man) will be married before com
ing to Kauai to a young lady who
is now a teacher in ?I ills school.
Mrs. Avery - to - be will not con
tinue teaching, however, preferring
the sometimes less turbulent voca
tion of house - keeping in Lihue.
The other teacher assigned to the
High And Grammar School is Miss
R'Q CI I
For the second lime in about six
months, .Silvn's Eleele store was
burglarized last Wednesday night,
under ciicumstauces remarkably J
similar, but with the difference in
the last case that the burglar was'
captured the following day and a
few hours later, had made a com-,
plete confession to Deputy Sheriff,
Crowell, of Waimea. '
The burglar, whose n a in e is
Hong Pai. is a dope fiend, living
up Hanapepe valley. When ar
raigned in the Koloa court. Judge
Kapahee, F r i d a v morning, he
pleaded guilty to the charge of
burglary and the case was com
mitted to the grand jury, whence
it will go to the Circuit Court for
All of the stolen property was
recovered, and will be returned to
Mr. Silva as soon s the case is
The stolen merchandise consist
ed of watches, knives, cigars, ar
ticles of clothing, all sorts of no
tions, etc., the cosl value of which
The first known of the burglary
was when the store was opened for
business Thursday morning. The
disordered state of things in sec
tions of the store at once bore evi
dence of the robbery. Mr. Silva
notified Sheriff Rice bv telephone,
and that official immediately detail
ed the nolice and detectives of the
district on the case.
Deputy Sheriff Crowell. of Wai-
TER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY
Katheriue Macintyre, of the Li
hue School, who is well and most
favorably known on Kauai. This
appointment, while a surprise in a
wav, will be hailtd with general
As to the other appointments,
Superintendent Kinney, writes as
follows to the editoi of theGAKUUX
Island: "Only two teachers ap
pear on '.he Kauai High And Gram
mar School list. This is owing to
the fact that the th.rd will be nom
inated by the Kauai Community,
which provides the funds for the
payment of this teacher. I would
like to have had four teachers for
this school, but the commissioners
thought three were enougla to be-
gin with." '
Iluleia is again, made a two -teacher
school, and Mr. and Mrs.
R. L. Johifston appointed to it. F.
B. Cutting, who has had sole charge
of the school since January 1, is
transferred to Koolau.
In respect to the appointments
to the Kauai High And Grammar"
School, Commissioner Brandt ex
plained that the third teacher will
be selected by the people of Kauai.
He will soon call a meeting of
prospective patrons and those
closely interested in the school, for
the purpose of choosing this third
teacher. 'Mr. Brandt states further
that the three - teacher school is an
Continued o,i page 3
mi'a, had this Chinaman, Hong
Pai, under surveillance for some
time. He had been suspected of
other petty robberies in the neigh
borhood, but had been successful
in covering his tracks. This time,
however, Crowell and a posse went
direct t o the man's house and
started a search. Tluy were too
quick for the wily burglar, for he
was caught "with the goods on
him." Everything was there, nice
ly packed in two valises, which he
had also stolen for the purpose.
Hong Pai saw that there was
nothing left for him to djo. so he
confessed to the crime.
When an inventory of the pro
perty was taken, it was found that
some articles which had not pre
viously been missed at all were in
the lot, but thev were readily iden
tified as also coming from Silva's
After his commitment at Koloa,
Hong Pai was brought to Lihue
and locked up. The stolen goods
were taken charge of by Sheriff
Rice to be used in evidence in case
they are needed,
Near the end of last year, Silva's
store was broken into in almost the
same mysterious manner, a n d
goods of much the same kind were
taken. At that time a clear foot
print of the burglar was obtained,
he having stepped firmly upon a
pile of packages of store books,
Continued on page 3