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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 10. NO. 25.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JUNE 30 1914
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Select School Property Turned
Over And Plans For Funds
, The public meeting at the Lihue
Library Friday evening to act tip
on certain details of arrangements
for starting the Kauai High And
Grammar School resolved itself al
so, by previous arrangement, into
meeting of the patrons of the Li
tuic Select School, who were pres
ent in force at.d were principally
interested in the business of the
evening. Rev. . M. Lvdgate,
chairman of the dormitory commit
The first discussion was on the
matter of the thin' 'or lower
grade) teacher for ine school, the
salary of whom is to be paid by the
E apartment of Education out of
fuyds supplied byil.-i treasurer of
the Kauai committee from tuition
collections. On m.Jon of W. H.
Rice Jr., it was voted that "fhe
Department of Education be ad
vised that it is the sence of this
meeting of prospective patrons of
t4'e Kauai High And Grammar
School that the matter of the se
lection and appointment of a good,
experienced teacher for the lower
grades in the school be left entire
ly to it; and that patrons of the
school will pay whatever salary
the Department of Education, may
' H. Rice, Jr., was unani-
i mously elected treasurer ol the
general standing committee, his
duty being to collect assessments
from patrons of the lower grade
in the school and turn the amounts
required for teachers' salaries orgr
to the Department. He will serve
for one year.
Next came the features in which
the patrons of the present Select
School were most directly concern
ed. It had to do with the furnish
ings, including desks, piano,
maps, library, etc., of the Select
School. After considerable discus
sion, it was voted unanimously to
turn all of this equipment over to
vihe n e w High And Grammai
School, with the understanding
that the authorities in charge of
the new Institution might purchase
the same after a year or so, if they
felt disposed. All of this equip
ment is new, modern and will un
doubtedly be of great assistance to
the High And Grammar School
during its first year.
It was also decided to turn over
in the same way all tii'e furniture
in the teacher's cottage belonging
to the Select School, which solved
any problem which the new prin
cipal of the High And Grammar
School might be threatened with
in this particular.
Going back again to committee
business, the question of the num
ber of pupils likely to come from
the outside districts was taken up,
but in the absence of Mr. Brodie,
of the outside pupils committee, a
detailed report was not available.
The committee was instructed to
take the matter up with parents
find complete definite boarding ar
rangements in Lihue, or adopt
such other plans as might be found
The meeting was one o f the
shortest on record, lasting scarcely
more than an hour, but a great
deal of business was definitely dis
posed of, as the above outline will
K. C. Hopper, manager of Thm
Garden Island Publishing Co.,
was a passenger by the Kinau
Saturday afternoon for Honolulu, j
He will return tomorrow morning,
THE LIQUOR BOARD
The Kauai board of liquor li
cense commissioners held its annual
meeting in Lihue last Thursday
morning, and granted all the ap
plications for renewal brought be
fore it. Those present were: Pre
sident VV. H. Rice, Sr., Secretary
W. D. McBryde, B. D. Baldwin,
G. N. Wilcox and J. R. Myers, to
gether with the various applicants
for continuation of saloon
The onlv discussion of impor
tance was upon the old regulation
forbidding soliciting. Mr. Mc
Bryde took the stand that the re
gulation was a dead letter. Each
liquor dealer of the island was con
stantly accusing some other of so
liciting, when, as a matter of fact,
it seemed fairly certain that all
were breaking the regulation, more
or less. Statements to that effect
had been made before the board a
year ago. and the speaker was not
aware that any improvement had
been made since.
Blind pigs were flourishing, and
were made possible by the corrup
tion incident to illicit soliciting.
The speaker was the father of
the idea in the first place, but he
had become convinced that it was
a dead letter and he was opposed
to carrying it any farther.
The board, however, seemed dis
inclined to drop tke. regulation,
other members venturing the opin
ion that it was a check, and to that
extent was of some value. On a
show of hands Mr. McBryde alone
voted for striking out the regula
tion; Messrs. Baldwin, Wilcox
and Myers voted against, while the
chairman (his vote not being re
quired) remained silent.
Following were the licenses re
newed b y the board: Waimea
Wine Co., Waimea; S. Ozaki,
Waimea; J. I. Silva, Hanapepe;
C. W. Spitz, Nawiliwili; Souza &
Fernandez, Kapaia; Kapaa Wine
Miss Maud de Brettcville, who
will become the bride of Dr.
Thompson at San Francisco on
July 8, left in the Kinau Saturday
night and caught the Manchuria at
Honolulu yesterday for the Coast.
She was seen off at the steamer by
a large number of friends. Dr. and
Mrs. Thompson will make their
home in California.
A grand program of sports, etc.,
has been arranged by Mrs. Isen
berg for the children of Lihue and
neighborhood to take place at the
bandstand side of Lihue park next
Saturday afternoon July Fourth.
The sports will last from 2 to 3,
and at 3:30 ice cream will be serv
ed to all the little folk. All child
ren especially and the public are
Grote To Coast
W. H. Grote, bookkeeper of th
Lihue Store, will leave July 15 for
a tour of two months in Southern
California and Arizona and will
take a look at that new "gusher''
at Lakeview No. 2 Oil Company.
Young Baldwin Dead
Jared, the 15-year-old son o f
Mr. and Mrs. Harry A. Baldwin,
died at Paia, Maui, Saturday fol
lowing an operation for appendicitis.
HYDE BASEBALL TEAM
WINS THE CHAMPIONSHIP
Defeat Kawaihaus In Terrific And Speedy
Contest- Kilaueas Best Makawelis, And
Koloas Take Lihues Into Camp By
Scratch McBrydes To Play
All Students Saturday
Sunday's baseball games result
ed as follows: At Kilatiea, Kilaj
uea, 3; Makaweli, 2. At Kapaa.
McBryde, 3; Kawaihau, 1. At Ko-j
loa, Koloa. 9; Lihue, 7.
The games closed the first scries,
leaving the teams in the following
Games Won Lost PC
McBrydes 5 5 0 1000
K. A. C. 5 4 1 800
Kilauea 5 3 2 600
Makaweli 5 2 3 400
Koloa 5 1 4 200
Lihue 5 0 5 000
The day was ideal for the great,
national sport just enough wind
to make it bracingly cool, but not
so heavy as to interfere with play
ing. All the teams were so nearly
matched that neither of the con
tests was decided until it was play
ed to the limit. As was to have
been expected, the McBryde - Ka
waihau game, had the big crowd.
Hiat-beHig4jie coatestof thelcad
ers for first place: There werefans
in plenty at Kilauea and Koloa,
however, aiid each of the teams
had its enthusiastic rooters.
The results of the day settled the
question of the team to play the
All Students in Lihue next Satur
day morning, and if the McBryde
team keeps up the lick of last Sun
day, the visitors will have to "go
some" to beat them.
The Makaweli - Kilauea game
was one of the hottest of the series,
a very excellent article of baseball
being put up by both sides. Lihue
came near taking Koloa into camp,
but slipped an occasional expensive
cog, finally landing off the season's
LATEST OUTSIDE NEWS
Tuesday June 23.
Sugar: Raws, 3.322; beets, 3.503
Honolulu Mrs. Charles Fumeaux, of Hilo, is dead,
George H. Fairchild arrived
Philippines on his way to the Coast.
Treasurer Conkling left yesterday for New York to float new
Win. C. Avery, principal
Miss Margaret Myrick were married today.
Washington Bubonic plague has appeared at New Orleans. Sur
geon General Blue has gone to the scene.
Monday, June 29.
Sugar: Raws, 3.325; beets, 3.503.
CALIFORNIAS WIN AND LOOSE
Honolulu In the baseball game Saturday afternoon the Califor
nias won from the Portuguese Athletics eight to four. On Sunday
afternoon, before an audience of 5,000 people, the Chinese defeated the
Californias in a ten inning game by a score of eight to seven. It was
a grand exhibition of baseball.
JACK fOHNSON STILL CHAMPION
Paris Jack Johnson, heavyweight champion of the world, got a
decision over Moran here yesterday
seemed to be strong at the finish, but did not laud a btow in the first
three rounds. Receipts were about $40,000.
Vienna Yesterday while Arch
autoniobiling their car was wrecked
ed to get away a student slipped up
The bomb which wrecked the car killed several others.
The assassins were captured and barely saved from being killed
by the mob by the timely arrival of
MCBRYDE VS. KAWAIHAU.
The game between the McBrydes
and Kawaihaus, on the latter's
grounds, for the championship of
the series was probably the hottest
of the year. Pitcher Aka, of the
victors, was a trifle unsteady at
times, allowing six passes and hit
ting two men, but he tightened up
in close places and held his oppon
ents down to four scattered hits
and fanned te'n. Koani, of the los
ing team, also pitched a heady
game and seemed to have better
control of the ball, allowing two
The feature of the game came in
the seventh, when the K. A. C.'s
had one man on second and none
down. Texeira fanned, but Ambro
sio walked and Koani was hit in
the ribs. With only one gone and
bases full, the K. A. C.'s had a
swell chance; but Aka theie cot in
his work and fanned one man
while the next and last tipped. a
The weather was fine and people
turned out from all over the island
to witness the big game. Every
available space was filled with
autos, carriages, etc.
GAME BY INNINGS.
McBrydes to bat. Costa fanned
and Denchi walked; Ako ground
ed to pitcher. Koani, trying to head
off Denchi at second, threw lo'",
Wilcox fumbled, Denchi advanced
to third and scored a moment later
on a passed ball. Spaulding fouled
to Tcxicra and J. Pacheco flew
out to Kerr. For the K. A. C's,
Soaaes flew out to Takitani. Wil
cox singled to right and stole sec
Continued on page 5
herein the Manchuria from the
of the new Kauai High School, and
after a twenty-round fight. He
- Duke Ferdinand and wife were
by a bomb, and when they attempt
and killed both.
police and soldiers.
on page 8
Just after the baseball game at
Kapaa had ended Sunday after
noon, quite a little excitement was
created by a horse belonging to
Manuel Ornellas. The animal had
been tied to a telephone pole.
When the crowd started to break
up, he began to prance, pulled the
pole down and a great many things
happened at once. In falling the
pole and wires struck across the
back of the horse, which started to
run with it toward the crowd.
There was a lively scamper to
keep out of the way, and although
several people escaped narrowly no
one was hurt.
Two of the wires were broken
loose from the pole and the tele
phones on that side put out of
commission until the "trouble"
men reached the scene.
Although struck by the heavy
pule across the back and becoming
entangled in the wires, the horse
escaped anything like serious in
Derby To Town
Dr. A. J. Derby, the dentist,
left Saturday evening for a visit to
his offices in Honolulu. He may
return Friday morning, but. if not,
will surely be back next Wednes
The freighter Honolulau arriv
ed at Port Allen last Thursday
with a small shipment of Coast
freight and sailed again Saturday
for island ports.
Mrs. Girvin will arrive in Lihue
tomorrow to visit her daughter,
Mrs. W. H. Rice, Jr.
Departed In Kinau
Following is a full listoi passen
gers for Honolulu by the Kinau
on Saturday: Rev. J. A, Akina,
Mrs. Heapy, Miss G. McFee, Miss
Katsuka, Miss F. Crosuo, Miss O.
V. Crosuo, C. K. Bailey, Mrs. A.
L. Sam, Miss T. Apana, Mrs.
Chong Sing, Mrs. A. Lapenz, H.
Weimoto, Mrs. Weinioto. W. K.
Samuels, E. Kuapuhi, M, G. San
tos, Kuramoto, M. Ozaki, Miss J.
Spencer, Miss C. Stewart, Miss
Ina Kami and maid, Mrs. Burke,
Miss K. Mcfntyre, Miss Pritchell,
Miss A. Nichol, Miss M. Akeo,
Charles Bartow, Mrs.C. L. Hodge,
Mr. and Mrs. Osborne, W. G.
Hall, Rev. K. Shainishi, Miss Sil
va, Miss B. Fursev, Miss A. M
Anderson, Miss M. Minamin, C
O. Smith. Miss de Brettcville.
George K. Kane, Sid Spitzer, Mr.
and Mrs. W. F. Drake. T. M
Church, Doctor Derby, C. M. Lin
coln, Mrs. Lincoln, S. Shirai,
George Kaea, E. K. Fernandez.
Mrs. Fanny Sabo, Mrs.. S. Malic
kai, Miss R. Zaite, Miss A. Aina
ua, Miss H. Goo, Miss Sato, Miss
G. Chang, Miss W. Y. Lo, Miss
Endo, MissE. Ing, Wong Achtick,
K. C. Hopper. W. K. Nauise, Ka
ya. C. W. Spitz, M. Weedon. C.
M. Cooke Jr., Mrs. Cooke and
child, Miss M. Cooke, S. Robin
son, Mrs. Welcker, Miss Ander
son, C. A. Rice and servant, G.
P. Wilcox, Mrs, Wilcox.
There will be an evening service
in the Lihue Union Church this
coming Sunday Evening.
J. M Lydgatk.
Men Selected To Play The All
Students Next Saturday
Manager W. F. Sanborn has se
lected the following picked base
ball players to meet the All Stud
ents team, of Honolulu, on the
LHitif grounds nt 2 o'clock next
From the Kawaihaus Miguel
Kaoni, p; Allen Wilcox, p; Bill
Kerr, field or short; Palmer, field.
Lihues John Malina, field; John
McBrvdc Ah Bon, first; Joe
Pacheco, second; Spalding, short;
Ted. Pacheco. third: lohn
Makaweli Kruse, p.; Joe Fas-
soth, c; Clem Akina. field.
The McBrvde pitcher is left out
for the reason that he will have to
pitch the game of the forenoon.
All of these men are requested
to be promptly on hand in uni
form, with gloves, bats, etc., pre
pared to play. The nine men to
play will be picked on the ground,
from the above, and the others will
stand by as substitutes.
Richard Oliver will umpire the
afternoon's game, Mr. Dean pro
bably being engaged for the fore
The indications now are that
both the morning and afternoon
games will be hummers, and that
the fur will fly constantly;
As To The Mails
On account of the rush of pas
senger bookings for the Kinau.
which sailed Saturday afternoon
for Honolulu, the W. G. Hall was
despatched from Ahukini at 5 o'
clock Friday afternoon, taking as
many passengers as could get a
way by her.
Remember this: There will not
be a mail leaving Kauai next Sat
utday, July 4. Both the Kinau
and the W. G. Hall will sail Fri
day afternoon instead for Honolu
lu. Lincoln -Ebling
Clayton Lincoln, of the Hono
lulu Rapid Transit & Laud Co.,
Honolulu, and Miss Clara Ebling,
daughter of Win. Ebling, of Ma
kaweli, were married i u Lihue
Union church Saturday afternoon,
Rev. J. M. Lydgate officiating;
relatives and a few friends of the
young couple being present. Mr.
and Mrs. Lincoln sailed in the Ki
nau the same afternoon for their
future home in Honolulu.
A neatly arranged diary, con
taining a fund of useful informa
tion, is being distributed by the
Lihue Store, and is much appreciat
ed by the recipients.
The old, wooden fence, which
has separated the county building
grounds from the Lihue baseball
field is being removed and the two
premises are to be combined in a
pretty coutiuous park, extending
from the premises of Mr. Crawford
to and including the baseball
grandstand, tennis court and band
stand. An enclqsed paddock is be
ing arranged back of the county
building for the accommodation of
horses of jurymen, etc.
IT IS HERE: Egg malted
milk at the Lihue Store soda