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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 10. NO. 22.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. JUNE 9 1914
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Delightful Masquerade Ball Put
Qn By The Maile Club
The masquerade dance of the
' Maile Club a t Eleele Saturday
evening proved one or the real
big, social successes of the season.
Visitors from neighboring towns
(including Lihue,) who ha d not
been apprised in advance of the
elaborateness of the plans of the
iMniles for the evening were amaz
V ed at the elegance and beauty of
the scheme,, and the splendid pie
eision with which the features of
the program was carried out,
The Waimea orchestra supplied
music, it being seated on a plat
form which was elaborately deco'
rated with green maile and choice
plants. The verandah posts and
railings, doors, windows and much
of the sidewalks of the building
were also decorated in the same
tasty fashion with mailt
Grape juice and punch yere on
"tap" throughout the evening,
and about eleven o'clock sand
wiches, cakes, etc., were served.
Dancing began at nine o!cjq.ok
up" until the merry
pirty was astonished
to hud that
it was so late.
The costuming ran largely to
Wama yama and clown effects. Of
the Lib e bunch, Misses Purvis,
Lottie Jordan, Lulu Weber, S. E.
Hannestad, Judge Dole, Harry
Vincent, E. Maun, Judge Dickey
and Dr. Derby all drifted to the
yama yama style, l'. Morrow and
Mrs. Dean made up classily as Chi
nese; Mr. Thurtell was a little girl
J again, while Mr. Thurtell assayed
''fas a clown; Miss Strayne was char
ming as a cow girl, while Dr.
Glaisver as King Omar and Mrs,
Glaisyer as a witch were equally
fetching. D. W. Dean made up
well as George Washington.
The costuming of those from
Koloa. Eleele, Makaweli and Wai
mea was much more varied and
included a number of very clever
W. Eklund, as a clown, was
easily the most conspicuous on the
floor and the make-up of the follow
ing came in for special notice and
most favorable comment). Mr. and
Mrs. J. I, Silva, asaschool boy and
flower girl, respectively; K. Roen
dahl as a French dancing master,
Carl Haver, as aGerman burgomas-
tor, Miss Marion masue as iouy
Walter McBryde as a clown, C
II . Alspaugh, as a German officer;
Mr. Robbins and W. G. Pillar su
gar bags; Miss Blue, as a cowgirl;
Mr. Morse, Geo. Washington; Miss
Esther Ing, sun flower; Miss Grace
lug, hibiscus; Miss Mable Hastie,
Grecian effect; Miss Janet Hastie,
Forget - me - not; Mrs. Roeudahl,
Colonial; Mrs, Deas, Folly; R. L.
llughes. vaina yama; Miss Eva
Hastie, Spanish dancer; C. P. DI1-
liuirhnm, pihkca; Geo. uousalves,
vama yama; Mr. Eby,
Mr. Miller, Koo Chin;
inunuwai, yama yama;
D. B. Mur-
docli. iester; H. C
wife, as old ladies; Miss Georgia
Purcell, Colonial; Miss Meta Meng
Ier, I ml i a n; Miss Wilhelmina
Me'ngler, hibiscus, Miss M, Jor
dan, Scotch lassie; H. N. Browne,
original creation; Judge Hofgaard,
clown; Miss Mary Bryant, Queen
Omar; Miss Etta L e e, Spanish
dancer; Miss Ella Lee. Colonial;
.Misses Padgett, Indian and Nor
wegian, Miss Gertrude Macfie,
Lady of 1812; Joe Fassoth. cow
boy; Arthur Banham. monk; Ed
ward Deverill, Geo. Washington;
Robert Macfie, sailor boy; Miss
Helen Gardner, in a prettv origi
nal idea; Miss Agues Silva and
riss Schinimelfenuig, as Chinese
girls, and so on.
Besides the above, and promi
nent members of the Maile Club
not mentioned, the following were
noticed among t li e large crowd
some being cleverly costumed and
others being "wall flowers" pres
ent: Mr. and Mrs. H, D. Wishard,
Mr. snd Mrs. R. W. T Purvis,
Mr. and Mrs J. W. Rath, L. D.
Timnious. Miss Fursey, Mr. and
Mrs. D. Lyons, Mr. and Mrs. Ro
tter, Miss M, de Lackner. Mrs.
Hastie, II. II. Brodie, Mr. and
Mrs. G. T. Greig, Mr. and Mrs.
!i. D. Baldwin. Mr. and Mrs. F.
0. Alexander, Mrs. Hodge;-, ,'s
BUSINESS M TO
The Kauai Chamber of Com
merce will have a luncheon -session
at the Hotel Fairview, in Li
hue, Thursday afternoon (of this
week), beginning at 1 o'clock.
The luncheon will be arranged
on long tables in the big dining
room of the hotel, and will start at
1 o'clock sharp, After the first
courses have been served , a n d
everybody is at ease, the roll of
members will be called, minutes
of'last meeting will be read and
busiu'-ss will be "proceeded with in
a leisurely lnanner,
An effort will be made to so
time the business that it will be
out of the way at the finish of the
luncheon. The chairs wil' be turn
id, the cigars brought o n and
short speeches by several promi
nent members on live topics will
be listened to.
It is hoped that the entire mem
bership will be out, and that there
may be a few prominent men, visit
ing the island at the time, in at
tend nice. Thursday will be a holi
day ( Kauiehame.ia Dav), so that'
be-a comparatively easy
matter for all luemTjCfjUa be pre
This, luncheon - session will be
laid out on the lines of the Ad.
Club's meetings at Honolulu, and
the idea is to "ginger up" the or
dinarily dry business meetings of
Several important matters of
business are to come up, and it is
understood' that quite a few new
members are to be elected, as the
result of the membership campaign
inaugurated at the last meeting.
THE TEACHERS DUE
In the list of names published
last week of teachers assigned to
Kauai, appeared those of Mrs. and
Mr. Johnston, appointed to Hu
leia. These people come from Oa
kala, Hawaii, where they taught
last year; and are very well spoken
Miss Ainana and Miss Zatie leave
Kalaheo and go to Aiea school, on
Oahu, about seven miles from Ho
Mrs. AIcRenzie secured a very
desirable appointment 'to the Cen
tral Grammar SchoolMn Honolulu
Her departure from Kauai will be
much regretted, but her frien'ds
will be delighted to know that she
will be most pleasantly situated in
Miss Stewart, who will also leave
many warm fiieuds on Kauai
goes,to Kalihi - uka school in Ho
nolulu. Her home is in that im
mediate neighborhood, and in that
particular she is fortunate.
The Misses Crosno, of Waimea,
declined reappointment for Kauai,
but consented to accept appoint
ments to the Honolulu High
School. Much to the regret of the
Commissioners, there were no vac-
cancies in the latter school.
Misses Amana and Zane belong
to Honolulu, so that they will be,
in reality, "returning home" again
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Rice. Jr..
entertained about forty relations
and close friends last evening in
honor of the eighteenth anniver
sary of their wedding. Bridge was
one of the leading features.
Miss Thelina Hopper, of Lihue,
is visiting with friends in Hono
Addie Whittingtcn, Martin Fas-
soth, Miss Marie Andersen, Doug
las Baldwin. C. Smith, Mrs. C. B
Hofgaard, Mr. and Mrs. R. N. Oli
ver. Mrs. Win. Whittington. Miss
J. Whittington, Miss l'Orange,
E. E. Mahlutn, Miss D. Whitting
ton, P. II. Aaser, D. B. Murdoch,
(who was cleverly made up as a
jester) Mrs. W. G. Pillar, Mr. and
Mrs. Kruse, II. Moler. Miss Maile
Hastie, mid others.
ll8?iTE LIH0E 0 KOLOA
The game between the McBrydes
and Lihues on the Eleele ground
Sunday again pioved ratlin- onci
sided, as indicated by the score of
17 to 2 in favor of the McBrydes.
Thu visitors scored tlieir first
run in the sixth, when Along nu
a hot grounder to left field, which
bounded over Joe Costa's head for
homer. Again in the eighth,
with Downey on lirst, Along de
monstrated his ability as a hitter,
when he hunted one over Takita-
ui's head (who was shifted from
right to left.) for a triple, scoring
Downey. The McBrvdes scored
one run in the first game, I in the
second, 2 in the third, 1 in the
fiLli, 1 in the seventh and 11 in
Akana for the McBrydes pitched
a hue game allowed live nits,
struck out seven and allowed a
pass, and was the star at bat. get
ting 5 hits, including a triple.
Afoug also pitched a steady game.
but in the eighth he was touched
for seven hits, including a triple
and coupled with 3 errors, the Mc-
Dry(te--pnT'""ii runs acrossfTc"
plate. All told McBrydes got 17
hits off Afoug. The McBrydes
played a clean game except for
a muffed fly by Joe Costa in the
seventh inning, while the Lihues
had 8 errors chalked against them.
Spaulding the crack shortstop
of the McBrydes who had been
confined with illness since the
opening of the series, made his
initial bow Sunday. He. accepted'
four chances a n d two put-outs
without an error. Ako, at first-, al
so filled h i s position in clever
stvle with 14 put outs. For the
Lihues, J. Fernandes and II. Ma
li in made some star catches in the'
AB R BhSb Po A E
J.Fernandescf 4 0 0 0 2 0 0
Ahana 2b 4 0 0 0 2 3 2
Sinythe 3b 4 0 0 0 1 2 1
J. Malina lb 4 0 1- 0 7 1 2
H. Malina If 3 000 200
Mitchell ss. 2 0 0 0 2 0 1
Downey rf 3 0 0 0 8 0 0
Ellis c 3000800
Afong p 3 1 2 0 0 4 2
30 2 a4 0 24 10 8
Ab R Bh Sb Po A E
J, Costa cf 4 1110 0 1
Takitaniif 6 2 10 10 0
Ako lb 5 0 2 2 14 0 C
Spalding ss 6 3 1 2 2 4" 0
J . Pachcco sb 6 1 0 0 2 1 0
Perreira cf 5 3 2 1 0 0 0
T.Pacheco3b5 2 2 1 1 3 0
Gabriel c 5220620
Akana p 5 2 5 1 1 5 0
Nobuichi rf 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
J. Aka rf 2 1 1 0 0 0 0
49 17 17 8 27 15 1
2 base hit A. Perreira; 3 base
hit Akana, Afong; h o m e run
BY MAIL AND WIRELESS
Tuesday, June 9
Honolulu Judge Alexander Lindsay took the oath before Judge
demons this morning as a special United States prosecuting attorney,
appointed for the purpose of handling the McCam - McBryde case, A
report from Washington has it that all judicial appointments for Ha
waii and the appointment of a United States niprshal for the Islands
will be held up until the McCam matter is settled.
Miss Carrie Chandler, of New York, has been elected to succeed
Miss Erickson as general secretary of the Y. W. C. A.
According to information received here, Angello Lopes da Cun
ha Pessho, second secretary of the Portuguese legation in London, has
been appointed Portuguese consul at Honolulu to succeed the late Mr.
It has developed at Honolulu that Mrs. Elinor A. Langton, the
well known newspaper woman, editor of the Paradise of the Pacific
land other publications, was married
Doyle. It is stated that proceeding? will be taken against Key. W. E.
Westervelt. who is now in Japan, and Notary Public Wm. Savidge.
who issued the licesne, for not filing a record of the marriage.
I Continued on page 8
Afong; double play Ahana to Mit
chell; struck out by Akana 7, bv
Afong 5; base on balls off Akana 1,
off Afong 1; hit by pitcher, A.
Spalding; left on bases,
8, Lihue 2; sacrifice hit
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0 0 0 0 0 10 10
0 0 0 0 0 112 0
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110 2 10 111
12 13 0 2 17
KAWAIIIAU VS. KOLOA
Th'e game .between the Koloas
and Kawaihaus took place on the
grounds of the latter, and was a
hot one. From the first however,
the Kawvhvis seem:d to have the
better of the argument, and the
game closed with the score six to
two in tlieir favor.
Following is a synopsis of the
playing by innings:
First inning, Koloa, Saaak; up,
out pitcher to first; Fujishima
.struck out; Perry out, pitcher to
KawaihausTy.voares n,i,de a
hit, stole second; AMUosio fan
ned; Soares stole third came
home on Kerr's long drive toSi1
field, fielded out too late to eaten"
Soares at home, Teixeira fanned.
Second inning, Audrade took
first, hit by pitched ball. Mitsu
died pitcher to first. Medeiros
took 'firsThit by pitched ball.
Honan singled. Kuhlman fanned.
Tanaka out pitcher to first. No
inns. Sada out fly to center.
Huddy made first on Kuhlinan's
error. Wilcox allowed first, hit
by pitched ball; advanced Huddy,
to second. Palmer got first on
Honan's femblc; II u d d y out
while trving to steal third. Teves,
being a hot day, took the fan
route. No runs.
Third inning, Sasaki out catcher
to first, Fuisjhinia walked, Penv
fanned and Fujishima was put out
while attempting to steal second,
completing a double play. No
Kawaihau, to bat. Soaiesout. fly
to center; Ambrosio made firsr-on
first base man's error, stolesecond:
Kerr out, second to first. Teixeria
doubled, sending Ambrosio home,
stole third and came home on ?
passed ball. Sada walked, but was
put out while attemping to steal
second. 2 runs.
Koloa's again Andiade out, sec
ond to first. Mitsu reached first
on error, stole second and third.
Medeiros singled. M'tsu out at
home, fielder's choice. Honan
fanned. No runs.
Kawaihau Huddy out, fly to left.
WiU?ox fanned, and Palmer died
third to first. No runs.
Kuhlman out, pitcher to first.
Tanaka walked, out while attempt
ing to steal second. Sasaki singl
ed. Fuyishinia followed suit, ad-
more than a year ago to James D,
The Honolulu Ad Club, which
claimg" a membership of 578 pro
minent men, has issued a pamuhlct
entitled: "Nawiliwili Needs a
Breakwater! Will You Help Her
To Get It?" The assumption here
is that copies of the pamphlet have
been sent to all the .members of
Congress, but information on this
phase of the nutter is not yet de
finite, A picture on the front covet of
the pamphlet 'is not of Nawiliwili
at all, but is a shore scene on the
windward side of the island. How
ever, it is a typical picture,
The second paieis given ovei to
a brief description of Nawiliwili
harbor, anil recites the difficulties
of landing there at present in small
On page 3 is a relief map of the
island of Kauai, showing the loca
tion of Nawiliwili harbor.
Pages 4 and 5 contain a map
showing the proposed improve
ments To Nawiliwili harbor, with
the lines of the proj osed channel.
Page 9 contains mentions of en
dorsements of the project, while
page 7 contains the resolutions
adopted bv t h e Honolulu Ad.
Club, favoring the breakwater.
Page 8 contains facts concern
ing Kauai in general, and another
map showing the relative position
of the island of Kauai with respect
The pamphlet is not elaborate
tiorui,muel-v a,lractive' mu 11
presents lis eSSSili1 concise form.
.... . . ' mmm a 1 1 1 1 ttifnrtim.
1 lie pity ot it is than?'
tion and endorsement could ncr
have reached Washington last Jan
uary, when t h e question o f a
breakwater at Nawiliwili was be
ing considered bv committee in
Washington, and Kauai was left to
fight her battle alone. As the sit
uation n o w stands, the whole
matter has gone over to the next
wincing Sasaki to second. Sasaki
put out at thiid while li ving to
steal. No runs.
For t h e Kawaihaus, Alameda
reached first on short's wild throw
to first. J . Soares fanned. Amb
rosio took the same route. Kerr
out, grounder to first. No runs
Perry out third to first. And
rade out, second to first. Mitsu
also died, third to first. No runs.
Teixeira out with a fly to center,
which was caught. Sada died s.s
to first. Huddy fanned. No runs.
Medeiros up took ihe fan roule.
Honan, out pitcher to first. Kuhl
man died, short to first. No runs
Wilcox out, fly to second. Palmer
out, fly to centtr. Alameda out
on a foul fly No runs.
Eighth inning, Tanaka fanned.
Sasaki died second to first. Fuji
shima out. flv to short. No runs.
Soares si ngled; stole 2nd. Amb
rosio fanned. Kerr singled, scor
ing Soares; stole second. Teixeira
tumbled. Sada sacrificed, scoring
Teixeira. Huddy ouf, short to
fust. 3 runs.
Ninth innings. Perry up, made
a hit to left field who fumbled the
ball: reached second, stole third.
Audrade singled, scoring Perrv;
stole second. Mitsu tanned.
Medeiros doubled, scoring Aud
rade, stole third. Honan out, fly
to fiist. Kuhlinnp out, second to
first. 2 runs.
Scokis Bv Innings
1 234 567K9
Koloa R 0000000 0 2
Kawaihau R I 0200003 x
II 1 0.1 0 0 003 x
Struck out by Tanaka, 8; Wil
cox, 7; base on balls, Tanaka, 1;
Wilcox, 2; Stole bases, Koloa, 5;
Kawaihau's. 7; two base hits,
Teixeira. 2: Medeiros, l; lett on
bases. Koloa. 6; Kawaihau, 3.
A meeting of the Waimea Liter
arv Club will be held nt the resi
deuce of Mr. Th. Brandt next
Saturdav evening. Rev. C. D. Mil
liken will be the speaker. Officers
foi the ensuing vear will be salect-
New Zealand butter is always
fresh and sweet. Delivered any
where by J. I. Silva, Eleele. Advt
The regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, was held at its
office in the County Building, Li
hue, on Wednesday. June 3rd.,
1914, at 10:00 a. m.
Present: II . D Wishard, chair
man, W. D. McBrvde, James n
Ekekela, A. Meneioglio
The minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved.
The several bills which had
been presented to the Board were
after examination, approved by it
to be paid out of the following ap
propriations and as folb ws:
Salary County Road Supervisor -
Pay of Police:
District Courts, etc
Expenses of Election,
Expenses of Witnesses,
License Collections, 108.00
Co. Rd Supervisor, 130.00
Office Rent, 40.00
Preservation and Importation of
Game Birds, 332,16
Janitor Service and School Sup
Support and maintenance of
County Road Machinery, 66. (.7
T. S. D.)
T. S. D.)
Rd. Tax Spec. Dep. 297.00
Roads and Bridges. 8' 0.51
Rd. Tax Spec. Deposits. 840.57
Rd. Tax Spec. Deposits, 688.55
Macadamizing P. W. 523.73
Rd, Tax Spec. Deposits, 952.01
Total $ 9.627.75
The Kula Reception
James K. Kula and wife, of Ko
loa, entertained their friends royal
ly Saturday evening in honor of
the twentieth anniversary of their
Republican clubs in most of the
precincts of the island nominated
last Thursday evening and will
elect officers next Thursday evening.