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ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 10. NO. 27.
L1HUE, KUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JULY 14, 1914
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HOT AND STRONG
hue's Beat Kawaihau's Mc
Brydes Pluck Games
L;$ Sunday's games proved to
be a real treat to the baseball fans
who witnessed both the game in
Koloa and that in Lihue. The Ko
loa game was conceded by all to
tje the best witnessed between local
teninsduring the present season.
Tlu?home team held the lead up
to the ninth inning when the score
was tied. The tenth inning how
ever turned the tables, McBrvdes
making two runs.
The question is now asked: Docs
the second series still hold a sur
prise in store for us? The Lihue
1 J J ll. . A it.
game was piayea out to tue leiun
I'ninnrr' Mlf linmp Ipnm tlllttitlP tin
by far the best game since they
started to playball this year.
The Koloa - McBryde game was
conspicuous for good pitching
throughout the game, by both
Kuhlman of the home team and
Akanf'if the visitors. Both men
were Joiiched for six hits. The
visitors scored in the first inning
but Koloas came in and tied in the
fourth. In the fifth Koloas took
the lead with two runs to the good.
The sixth inning saw the Mc
Brydes but one run behind their
opponents and finally the score
wa&flfffecl in the first half of the
Jjsjinth. In the second halt tne home
Vtfm failed to connect.
In the tenth, Denichi of the Mc
Brydes was safe on Perry's wild
throw to first and reached second
on Kuhlman's' wild to first.
Ako struck out but Spalding
slammed the ball to left for two
bases, a n d Denichi scored. J.
Pacheco singled to center scoring
Spalding but was thrown out at
second. Gabriel got to first on
Kuhlman's wild throw, bat Pache
co flew out to Kula.
For the Koloas Kuhlman flew
out to J. Pacheco and Sasaki
struck out. Perry grounded toward
fitttlkmd was thrown out to Ako.
2 base hits. Kuhlman 1; Sasa
ki, 1; Spalding 1. 3 base hits, Ku
Jk-amoto, Struck out by Kuhlman
i; by Akana 0. Wild pitch Kuhl
man 1, Akana 3.
Passed balls, Andrade 1; Gabriel
3. Hit by pitcher, Spalding. Left
on bases McBryd'8; Koloa 5.
Total score?: McBrytte 5. Koloa
Umpire D. W. Dean.
Though not quite u p to big
league standards, the exhibition
of the national game pti: up by
Lihues and Kawaihaus was a hard
fought battle from start to finish;
with the home team in the lead
until the ninth inning. Two of ihe
visitors then succeeded in crossing
the home plate which tied the score.
Enthusiasm among t h e large
showing o f Kawaihau fans ran
sky-high for some time and was
kept up until the last man died.
Malina pitched for Lihue show
ingup in good form. The vis'tors
making one home run on him.
M. Fernandez had the honor of
rfmaking the last score in the tenth
inning which decided the game.
Two base hits; J. Soares. 1; IV
reira, 1; Lizama, 2; M.Fernandez,
1; H, Klmhorst, 1. Three base
hits; Sadi, 1. Home run, Lizama.
First on balls; off Malina, 1; off
Alameda 2. Struck out by Malina,
5; by Ko.ini, 3. Makanaui, 2; by
The vote of the island of Kauai
at the coining eleciion should be
in the neighborhood of 1200, As
the work of registering is not vet
finished, the exact figures cannot
be given, but Mr. Kaneakua's es
timate is about as above.
There were 1131 on the great
register at the last election, about
thirty, however, not being allowed
to vote for lack of proper qualifi
cations. Since that time 92 persons
have either died or changed their
residence from the island. To date.
Mr. Kaneakna has registered 112
new names, bringing the total up
to 1151, less thirty. He expects to
fill this up to around 1200 total.
Of course this is not a large, vote
when compared with that of some
o f the other islands; but it is
enough to make an awful big dif
ference in the race for delegate to
Waimea Machine & Automobile
Co., Ltd., has filed articles of in
corporation with a capital stock of
$20,000 and privilege of increase
to $50,000, the shares being $2)
par value. Its place of business is
Waimea, Kauai, and itsofficers are
George A. Bertram of Waimea,
president; Ray J. O'Brien, vice-
president; Hilda Smith, secretary;
E. C. Peters, treasurer; Henry
Smith, auditor. The president
holds 525 shares of 752 subscribed,
and the other officers, all living in
Honolulu, one share each.
Just the thing for this hot wea
ther-grape juice soda it Lihue Store
soda fountain. Advt.
Left on bases, Kawaihau, 9; Li
hue, 9. Double plays, Makanaui
to Elmhorst, M. Fernandez t o
Elmhorst. Wild Pitches Alameda,
2; Koani, 1. Passed balls, none.
First base on errors Kawaihau, 6;
Lihue, 7. Total score, Kawaihau,
6; Lihue, 7,
Malina If Alameda
M. Fernandez rf 2b Ambrocio
Makanaui " cl Soares
E. Manase 3b Pereira
H. Elmhorst lb Sada
K. Ahana ss B. Kerr
W. Ellis c J. Soares
Jno. Malina p-rf Koani
Jno. Feruondez cf Koani
I. Costa If Mitsu
Denichi cf K. Kula
Ako lb Kuwainoto
Spalding ss Perry
J. Pacheco 2b Larenzo
Gabriel c Andrade
Takitani rf J. Mederios
A. Percira rf Sasaki
Akana p Kuhlman
TheOus Will Bowl
A bcwling party will be given on
the Lihue alleys by the Ou Club
this evening, beginning at 7:30
Robert Purvis is spending a few
weeks vacation with his parents.
Miss Rose Herbert, of Honolulu
is the house guest of Miss Silburn
Purvis, expecting to remain sev
eral weeks with her friend.
Miss Daphne Damon her broth
er, Cyril are visiting with Dr. and
The Republican Territorial Con-1
vention met jn the Popular Then
terat 10 o'clock this morning, those j
present from Kauai being: Karl!
Roendahl, Henry B 1 a k e, Chas. J
A. Rice, E Lovell and A, Mene-j
foglio, the other seven being repre
sented bv proxy. National Com
mitteemen Shingle called the meet
ing to order, after which" A. J.
Judd, of Oahu, was elected tempo-
iary chairman, and Chas. S. Wil
cox, of Maui, tcmpor.iry secretary
these afterward being elected per
manent officers All of the fore
noon was given to the work of or-
ganizing, and speech-making, by
the various officers. In the latter it
was made olain that the principal
point of attack to be made by the
Republicans in the coming cam
paign will be upon the Democratic
policy of free sugar.
The points covered in the plat
form, which will be read and con
sidered at tonight's session embrace
the following subjects:
"The present business depres
"Land, pastoral and agricultu
"Homcsteading a n d assisting
Tuesday July 14, 1914
Sugar: Raws, 3.275 to 3.33. Beets, 3.54.
Honolulu Hawaiian swimmers returned from San Francisco this
Democratic platform will have planks against free sugar and
faving statehood for Hawaii
The big freighter Pennsylvania which arrived here this morning
on her initial trip, will probably roach Port Allen Wednesday morn
ing. Monday, July 13.
Sugar: Raws 27.75. Beets 3.53.
Honolulu Soldier twenty fifth infantry shot twice in head while
attempting to escape from officer after hold up. Officer mobbed. Res
cued by police from station, Revolver afterward turned into station as
property of hold up in spite of denial of man that he was armed. Pri
soner will recover.
Vera Cruz Huerta will resign at once and be put aboard a cruiser
by British Rear Admiral is the report today.
San Francisco Goethals denies having given permission to any
one to take photographs of the entrance to the Panama Cannl, but told
parties that negatives would have to be surrendered.
Washington Jones Philippine Independence Bill before the
House, no date set, for freedom will not satisfy Filipino politicians.
Quebec The investigators of the 'Empress of Ireland' wreck,
place the blame on the captain of the Collier 'Storstad.'
San Francisco W. F Armstrong wanted in Honolulu for em
bezzlement has been captuied here.
Honolulu McCandless declares for tariff on sugar and has be
come Protection Democrat.
George R. Carter announces himself candidate for Delegate to
Congress on his Bui! Moose ticket.
Rice in meanwhile seems to be gaining strength.
W rd was received here last night of the escape of Ritchie in
Manila. It is said he will fight extradition.
San Francisco The steamer Kentuckian o f the Atlantic side
caught fire while loading and discharging her cargo at this port. The
damage is estimated at one hundred thousand.
The United Railroads has an offer to sell the property of the Coin-
' pany to the City. The company denies that any officer but former Presi
i dent Calhoun had any knowledge of the diversion of one million dol
! lars of the Companies funds for tho development of Olano farms.
Vera Cruz As Huerta proceeds with the arrangements for abdi--i
ion; he attempts to ncune as his succesor the present Minister of
F T.-ign Affairs; until Carranza and his forces can agree upon a provi-
s'onal President for Mexico.
! Chihuahua Carranza today telegraphed Villa that he will accept
I no offer of mediation He will oppose Carbajal for President.
Nogales Federal forces have abandoned Acapulco for half the
garisson had joined the Constitutionalists.
Coos B,ay The Steamer Cricket is ashore in a fog near here. Cargo
1 was jettisoned and vessel thereby saved.
1 San Francisco The bark Paraminta will be a total loss.
. Atlantic City Chief Justice Luiton of the Supreme Court died
suddenly here yesterday.
J Continued on page 6
"'Water question. ,
"Immigration and conservation
of natural resources
"Citizen labor on federal public
"improvement of the present
public utilities act.
1 Laws for protecting working
"Perfection and, extension pri
inary election laws.
' ' Mainland appointments.
Protest against the Democratic
proposition to send mainland lepers
"Right to a vote in Congress.
"Endorsement of liquor laws.
' Settlement on Queen.
Wharves and landings,
"Promotion of commerce by the
opening of Kalihi harbor and gen
eral improvement in all harbors by
"Public health with strong re
commendation touching tubercu
losis. "Teiritorial assistance to pro
m'oticn with governmental repre-sentation,
MAIL AND WIRELESS
Hon. Geo. R. Carter who has
announced his candidacy for the
Progressive Party Nomination for
Delegate to Congress will arrive
on Kmtai tomorrow on the Kinau,
on the first lap of his camprign. A
public meeting has been arranged
to take place in Waimea tomorrow
night at which the Ek Governor
will be heard.
"Providing for the people of the
city and county of Honolulu, to re
vise their character.
"Protection of the plant and
"Establishing a fish hatchery
with ultimate view of securing fed
"Extension of the civil service
ased on the merit system, to em
brace practical examjnations i n
both English and Hawaiian.
"Better taxation laws.
"Modernizing the system of ac
counting of the territorial a u d
Social and public welfare.
"Reapportionment o f sen.itors
and representatives of the legisla
ture. NIIHAU CATTLE
The steamer Likelike returned
early Friday morning to Nawili
wi'i from the island of Niiliau,
bringing 48 head of cattle for the
Lihue Ranch. It was the intention
to bring 50 head, 'out 48 is all that
cou'd conveniently b e taken
abroad. The animals were snfely
landed near Senator Rice's place,
The shipment was a part of a
herd of about 100 recently pur
chased from Aubrey Robinson by
the Lihue Ranch. They will be
used for market purposes.
The Likelike had as passengers
County Clerk J. M. Kaneakua,
who had gone over there to com
plete his registry of voters; and
also a few other Hawaiians, on
their way to Honolulu.
The steamer sailed in the late
afternoon for Honolulu.
Mrs. Lovell Stricken
Mrs. Kalili Lovell, wife of Pol
ice Captain Enoka Lovell, of Na
wiliwili died suddenly at about 11
o. clock Wednesday morning as a
result of a paralvtic stroke. The
funeral, which wasverv largely at
tended, took place at 3 o'clock
Wednesday afternoon, interment
being in the English cemetery.
The deceased left, besides her
husband and four children, many
friends all over Kauai.
W, If. Grote, of the Lihue
Store, was a passenger on the Ki
nau Saturday afternoon for Hono
lulu where he will take the first
outward steamer for California. He
will be away three or four months.
Editor L. D. Tiniinons, of Tun
Gakdkn Island, will return Fri
day morning from Honolulu. He
went to the city Saturday to at
tend the Republican convention
and on other business.
Dr. and Mrs. Lyman, of Wai
mea, gave a bovs' dinner party,
followed by a dance, Thursday
evening as a special compliment to
young Mr. Mdanphv, ol Honolu
lu, w'.io is visiting them.
VITAL POINTS OF
What Is Required Of Candi
dates Seeking Office And
Politics will begin to sizzle in
earnest early next month. The
primary election will take place ou
Saturday. September 12. The law
requires that at least thirty days
prior to the primary which would
be prior to August 13l. the secre
tary of the Territory stnll trans
mit to the county clerk a statement "
of the officers to be ballotted upon
in the primary and the place' in
each precinct at which the election
shall be held. Within a week there
after Ihe county clerk must, have
this lnfornntion nubliihcd, and
keep it running for three conse
cutive weeks, in both Ihe English
and Hawaiian lauutiages; and must
host the same in both languages
in throe conspicuous places in each
Nomination papers for candi
dates must be filed at least twenty
days prior to the primary, und
must be upon forms to be provided
by the cotintv clerk. No person
shall sign tiie nomination paper
for more than one. candidate for
the same office, and the person
signing must be a qualified elector.
Nominations for Territorial dele
gate must bs not less than 25 ouali
fied electors of the Territory.
Nominations papers for members
of the Legislature must be signed .
by not less than 15 qualified -clec-tors
of the district or county for
which the person nominated is to
be a candidate. In cr.se a candidate
shall be nominated by more than
one party, he shall forthwith file a
statement indicating under which
party his name is to be printed on
the official ballot; otherwise he
will be set down as--"non - parti
zau." Nomination papers 'for delegate
to congress and for the legislature
must be filed with the Territorial
secretary, together with a fee of
$10, at least thirty days prior to
the holding of the primary. Lists
of the candidates to be voted on
shall be posted in each precinct at
least twelve days prior to the pri
mary. RitMiiMmjR this: No person
shall be entitled to vote at any
primary unless he s hall have been
registered as a duly qualified elec
tor of the precinct at least ten days
prior to said primary.
The polls at the primary shall
be open from 8 a. in. to 5 p. m.
"The person receiving the
greatest number of votes at a pri
mary as a candidate of a party for
an office shall be the candidate of
the party at the following election,
and "any non - partizau candidate
receiving at least twenty 1.20 per
cent of votes of registered voters
cast at such primary shall also be
a candidate at the following elec.
tion . Provided, however, that any
candidate receiving vote a majority
of the registered voters voting of
the district in which he is a candi
date shll be thereby duly and le
gally elected to the office for which
he is a cau.l idate at such primary."
Caldwell To Retire
J. W. Caldwell, superintendent
of public works, who resigned on
account of diffciences with Govern
or PinUhain, will tctiie from office
on August 15.