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ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 10. NO. 26.
LIIIUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JULY 7, I914
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JOLLY. GOOD TIME
The children of Lihue, Hana
maulu and t h e various other
suburbs were given a grand lime
iturdny in Lihue, the occasion
being the usual Fourth - Of -July
treat of Mrs. Isenberg and Hon.
G. N. Wilcox. The fun began at
2 o'clock and kept up for two
hours or more, during which the
vicinity fairly swarmed with child-
Jn as well a s a considerable
irinkling of older folk.
A large booth had been erected
on the main street side of the park,
from which ice cream and other
refreshments were served. This
booth was elaborately decorated
with greens, bunting and national
flags. One hundred gallons of ice
cream had been provided, besides
the other things so dear to the
hearts of children.
Another leading feature of the
afternoon was races of many kinds
foi both boys and girls, for which
prizes were given at the finish line.
These prizes consisted of all man
ner of article?, useful to children.
All thx kiddies, enjoyed the
trrat and felt deeply grateful to
Mjfc'. Iscnberg and Mt;. jkox-ior
the pleasure of the dayt
Rice Opens Office
Senator Charles A. Rice, candi
date for nomination as a Republican
for Delegate to Congress, has
opened an office i n the Young
building, at Honolulu, from which
his campaign will be directed. The
office will be in charge of Fred
T. P, Waterhouse during the cam
paign. Mr. Waterhouse is a Re
publican leader of the Fifth Rep
Students Defeat Likes
Thursday afternoon the All Stu
dents played a practice game of
baseball with a mixed team, com
posed of four Lihue league players
and five others, on the Lihue
grounds. Sheriff Rice umpired,
laie score was 9 to 2 in favor of
Quite a number of local fans
witnessed the contest.
.' BOARD OF S
The regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, was held o n
Wednesday, July 1st., at 10:00 a.
m. at the office of the Board. Pre
sent: H. D. Wishard, chairman;
W. D. McBryde, J. Von Ekekela,
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
Upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
seconded by Mr. Menefoglio, the
sum of $715.00 was appropriated
a s additional appropriations for
the following purposes, to be paid
out of moneys available i n the
D strict Courts, etc:
Koloa S 160.00
Expenses of Election, 100.00
License Collections, 35 00
Water Works: Kalaheo, 200.00
County Road Machinery, 200.00
The board, after having care
fully examined the several demands
presented, approved them to be
paid out of the following appropri
ations: Salary County Road Supervisor,
THE CORPSE AROSE
Sheriff Rice received a telephone
message Sunday afternoon to the
effect that a Porto Rican man, ap
parently nearly dead, was lying
on the roadside opposite the prem
ises of Mr, George N. Wilcox.
The sheriff hurried to the scene,
fully expect.. '.g to discover a case of
foul plav. He was gratified, on
hurried investigation, to find the
man alive and succeed and in arous
ing Jiiui. V
"What's matter you"? asked the
"Why, I don't know," replied
the sheriff. "What I want to know
is, What's the matter with you"?
The Porto Rican said he did not
know what had happened, but he
must have been asleep. A few
minutes later, however, his horse
with the bridle and saddle on, was
found at the grass a short distance
away and it was pretty clearly
shown that he was thrown from
his horse and stunned. Liquor also
probably had something to do with
it. The man was lying asleep on
the roadside during the heavv
shower which fell i n the early
afternoon, and was not awakened
Trial Juries Tomorrow
The trial jurors for the July
term of the. Circuit Circuit will be
required to appear tomorrow morn
ing. Following is the panel as
Henry Anderman. Jr., Lihue;
Thomas R. Neal, Makaweli; J. B.
Featherstone, Waipouli; lolin
Brandt', Kekaha; Sam Kai, Jr.;
Joe M. Souza, Eleele; Sinclair Ro
binson, Makaweli; Fred Mcndezl
Kealia; George Kauhi; E. de La
cey, Lihue; Manuel Ornellas, Ha
namaulu; James W. Rath, Lawai;
Dan Hano, Kawaihau; David K.
Kane, Kealia; Lawrence Rose; J.
Chandler. Koloa; Wm. E. Jenks,
Makaweli; C. S. Kuhlinan, Lihue;
Willie Kalani, Hanalei; FongKoon
Chan; P. A. Romano, Koloa; A.
B, Hlackstad, Waimea; Chang Kec,
Kekaha; K. II . W. Broadbent,
Lihue; Martin J. Fassoth, Maka
weli; and Herman H. Bush, Koloa.
J. I. Sliva's Eleele store handles
the famous New Zealand butter.
Pay of Police:
Janitor Service, 55.15
County Jail, 404.11
County Lot and Building, 40.50
Dispensary, Hanalei, 68.97
Districts Courts, etc:
Waimea, 41 80
Expenses of Election, 75.00
Expenses of Witnesses. 15.00
Furniture and Office Supplies,
A N Li
Continued on page 5
THE ALL STUDENTS CAME
AND TOOK AWAY OUR NANNY
Mercilessly Drubbed Our Champion Baseball
Team And Then Ran Rings Ar ound
The Pick Of Kauai's Players-Rain
Bothers The Games-Record
Crowds In Attendance
It wis surely one, grand slam I
that the All Students baseball
team put over on Kauai last Sa
turday, and most people have
spent a lot of time since trying to
figure out how it happened. The
walloping the All Kauai's got in
the afternoon was bad enough; but
Oh, that game with the Mcjkydes
in the forenoon! To have Kauai's
champions jumped on, smashed,
literally murdered and almost bur
ied, as was done in the forenoon -well,
it wq0 a shame.
Just what was the matter with
thpMcBryde team no one not
even the team men seemed able
to make out; but they were cer
tainly far und away off form. Of
course the weather was, bad -frequent
showers sweeping across the
field and the ball being hard to
handle. But it must be remember
ed thr.t this hand1canfe1HrilialI$J
hard upon the visitors, and the
natural effect should have been
merely a high score for both sides.
It must be admitted that the
scnool bovs put up much the best
team work. Their drives to bases
were immense and effective, while
at base stealing' they far outclassed
their opponents. There was really
very little difference in the quality
of batting, but owing to the excel
lent fielding of the visitors, neither
of the Kauai -teams made much
out of their work with the willow.
The crowd was the largest seen
on Kauai in many a day, baseball
enthusiasts coming from every
part of the island. The grand
stand was packed to utmost capac
ity morning and afternoon, the
foul lilies were crowded and all of
the space usually alloted to auto
mobiles was occupied.
The umpires for the morning
game were D. Win. Dean and C.
Kuhlman, and the afternoon Rich
ard Oliver and Kuhlman. Scorer
N. A. Akatia.
STUDENTS VS. M'BRYDE.S
This game w a s scheduled to
start at 10 a. m., but, as a matter
of fact, was under way several
minutes prior to that time. The
McBrydes were first to bat, and
recorded a goose egg. For the vis
itors, Gay walked and Baldwin
fanned Takuichi singled, scoring
Gay. but Takuichi was thrown out
at second. Inman walked and Nye
singled. Wadsworth was retired,
pitcher to first.
In the second. J. Pacheco walk
ed and Spalding singled. On over
throw catcher to second, Pacheco
THE ALL STUDENTS
Although the headquarters o f
the A 1 1 Students baseball team
have been at the Fairview hotel,
thev have been entertained while
on Kauai at various private homes.
Hon. J. H. Coney had a bunch of
them at his hospitable home a good
deal of the time, and others were
entertained by the Broadbents. On
Sunday Joe and Hans Fassoth took
several down to Makaweli, where
they were entertained in various
On Thursday evening, Mr. and
Mrs. Wishard had some o f the
boys at dinner. The decorations
were flowers and the Punahou col
ors. The young people present,
with the host and hostess, were:
Will.Intnmi, Harold Baldwin,
David Wadsworth, Lawrence Gay,
Ernest Gay, Malcolm Coney.Frank
Broadbent, Miss Blanche Wishard
and her guests, Miss India Way
son and Miss Elizabeth Frazier.
topk third. Gabriel flew out to
Nye. T. Pacheco hit for a bag: J.
Pacheco was retired at the plate.
A. Perriera walked. Aka flew out
to Takeuchi. The visitors then got
busy and Yap singled. Fassoth
flew to Takitani. Quintal was re
tired at first. Gay singled and Yap
scored. Baldwin died at first.
In the third, J. Costa flew out,
pitcher to first. Takitani walked,
stole second and third. Ako sin
gled. Takitani was run down by
catcher, and Ako was cut off sec
ond. Visitors up, Takeuchi and
Inman walked. Nye flew out to T,
Pacheco. Wadsworth got first on
wild throw, pitcher to first, and
Takeuchi and Inman tallied. Yap
walked. Fassoth fanned and Wads
worth was thrown out at third.
Fourth innings, J. Pacheco sin
gled. Spalding flew out to Taken
chi. Gabriel singled, but Pacheco
waTflirGTOut a second. T. Pa
checo struck f or""twtr 4i22. ano"
McBryde's chances looked goou
but A. Perriera flew out to Qui n
tal. Of the school boys, Quintal
walked and Gay singled. Former
thrown out at second Baldwin hit
safe, but Gay also died at second.
Takeuchi walked and Inman fan
ned. At the second half of the fifth
inning, Joe Aka was taken from
the McBryde box and Ireneo Aka
na put.in. At the same time, In
man was replaced in the All Stu
dents team by Kim Wai. Then
McBryde's troubles increased as
follows: Joe Aka singled. Joe Cos
ta drove to second, throwing Aka
out and being retired himself at
first, Takitani flew out to Quintal.
Visitors to bat, Nye flew out to
Takitani. Wadsworth got first on
catcher's passed bsll and stole sec
ond. Yap singled and Wadsworth
ran in. Fassoth hit safe, and on
account of a bad fumble at second,
Yap scored. Quintal, Gay and
Baldwin walked, sending Fassoth
home, to be followed a few seconds
later by Quintal, on catcher's
passed ball. Takeuchi drove a
scorching grounder, scoring Gay
and Baldwin. Inman singled, Nye
walked, Wadsworth hit for a bag.
Inman scored on catcher's fumble.
Yap singled. Fassoth flew to sec
ond, throwing out Yap and on
double play was retired at first.
This inning gave to the visitors
eight of their twenty runs.
In the sixth Ako singled but
was thrown out trying to steal
second. J. Pacheco fanned and
Continued on page 5
After an item on page 3, this is
sue, had been printed it was learn
ed tint, on account of the likeli
hood of Circuit Court work being
pushed ahead rapidly, the deputy
sheriffs referred to will be able to
get away for the church conven
tion on Maui, with the other Kau
ai singers. The entire party will
depart by the W. G. Hall this
afternoon, and will consist of the
S. W. Meheula, leader: Win.
Werner, John Hano, J. H. Kaiwi,
Wm. Ellis and wife, Alfred U. Alo
hikea and wife, A. G, Kaulukou
and wife, T. Von Ekekela, Mrs.
Richard Dias, Mrs. Kaauwai. Mrs.
Eleven of these persons go as
delegates, rer resenting Sunday
Schools or churches, and the oth
ers make up the singing party.
LEAD AT TENNIS
The tennis matches between
players of the Kilauea and Lihue
clubs began Sunday afternoon, but
had to be called off on account of
rain after scarcely more than a
start had been made, Quite a num
ber of enthusiasts came over from
Kilauea to witness the contests,
and the turnout of Lihue people
was also quite good.
Playing was between Chas. A."
Rice and Albert Horner, Jr., of
Lihue, and Conrad W. Ahrens
and H. F. Hr.dfield, of Kilauea.
Only one set was finished, that re
sulting 6-0 in favor of Rice and
Horner. The second was under way
and stood 4-0 in favor of Rice
uid Horner when the game had to
be called on account of rain.
The bad hour of the afternoon
came as a serious disappointment.
In the forenoon conditions seemed
favorable, and. when dried off a
bit, the courts were in fine shape.
But the showers of the afternoon
Grand Jury Reports
The grand jury reported the fol
lowing indictments in the Circuit
Court this morning; Hing Pai,
burglary Silva's store case; Man
uel Salas, two cases assault with
weapon, Homestead; Manuel
Andrade, two cases, assault with
deauiy"--$?eapon nd assault and
battery, Tfie..Tder case ;
Chu Sing, burglary Haiifilsicase;
Tiofilo Badayios, maiming; Owen
yo Moreno, assault with weapon;
Yim Young Duck, statutory of
fense. Recommended that Mariano
Bariola assault case be postponed
on account of illness of complain
ant. The jury condemns the grow
ing practice of assault with pocket
knives. A. D. Hills, foreman; W.
H. Grote, clerk
Lumber Schooner Out
The schooner Jnmes H. Bruce,
which has been discharging lumber
at Port Allen, will probably sail
todav for the Sound.
Mrs. E. P. Osborne, of the Li
hue Select School will spend a part
of the Summer on Mt. Tantalus.
LATEST OUTSIDE NEWS
BY MAIL AND WIRELESS
Sugar: Raws, 3.36; beets, 3.52.
Honolulu Sensational charges have been made by Dick Sullivan,
Ckarles J. Lynch and other saloon men against the business methods
of the Honolulu Brewery, and the Liquor Commission has the latter
still on the grill.
One hundred and twenty-five school teachers began work in the
Territorial Normal School yesterday, that being an exceptionally large
It is rumored and not denied that Palmer Woods, of Hawaii,
will be appointed Land Commissioner in place of J. D. Tucker.
The total points won by the various teams in the swimming
meet at San Francisco were as follows: Illinois Athletic Club 44; Ilui
Nalu Honolulu, 19; Los Angeles, 13;Healani Honolulu, 7; Olym
pic San Francicso, 7.
Sunday's baseball results: P. A. C, 3; St. Louis, 2. Asahi, 6;
Washington President Wilson and House leaders have agreed
upon a measure for practically self government for the Philippines.
Saltillo, Mcxtco Carranza and Villa have definitely established a
Monday, July 6.
Sugar: Raws, 3,325; beets. 3. 524.
THE SWIMMING RACES.
The swimming races at San Francisco Saturday resulted as fol
lows: lOOyards, won by Duke Kahanamoku, in. 54 1-5; Rathiel, of Chica
220 yards, also won by Duke Kahanamoku. McGilvcrv second.
50 yards for women, won by Dolly Mings. Time .33 1-5.
50 yards, won by Rathiel in .24 1-5; Duke Kahanamoku second,
Small third. All of the contestants came in in a bunch. '
Continued on page 8
Held Up On Road At Night
And Relelved Of Coin
Ah Sing, Chinese cook employ
ed by A. D. Hills, was held up
Thursday night by three highway
men" at a point between Halehaka
and the ice works and robbed of
The Chinaman had left the prem
ises of Mr. Hills and was return
ing to his own home, when sud
denly confronted by the three men
in the road. They presented a re
volver and at the same time seized
him. The victim of the hold-up
made no resistance, that being
plainly useless; and as soon as the
highwaymen had secured t h e
money they disappeared in the
The Chinamen believes the high
waymen were Filipinos, although
he seems to have no positive know
ledge about it, except that they
were small men and addressed him
in pidgen English. Acting upon
this theory, Sheriff Rice detailed a
new Filipino officer on the case.
Suspicion seems to be against one
of two guig! of Filipinos near Li
hue, one having four men in it and
the other three. These two gangs
have been under the eye of the po
lice for sometime in connection
-E!tVi nillor racpQ nf rvfit tr -t.Ontvrv
This is the first case of highway
robbery on Kauai in a great while,
on account of which unusual in
terest is taken in it, although the
amount stolen was small.
Fearing that the highwaymen
might again attack him, the China
man did not tell Mr. Hills about
the hold-up until Saturday, and
the latter reported the matter to
Try a "Honolulu Special" at
Lihue Store soda fountain. Advt.
On account of the Honolulu
steamers sailing on Friday, the
overland mails arrived at Lihue
on the afternoon of that day in
place of on Saturday.
-- A. J.J
July 7, 1914