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DONT THIS MAKE YOU THIRSTY?
STILL CHANCE 10 (JUST SEE WHO IS
SAVE SUGAR DUTY! COMING 0U0 WAY
, Notice of Intention to change the
GENERAL COUNTY REGISTER.
THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 28. 1914
In accordance with the law it is proposed to change the GENE
RAL COUNTY REGISTER on FRIDAY, AUGUST 2tt. 1914, by
erasing therefrom the names and signatures of the following electors,
some of whom known to me to be dead while some have permanently
moved from the COUNTY OP KAUAI, viz:
733 Carl Olaf Foss
997 Andrew Kekahiko Akina
803 Edward Claudia
774 Davida Poka Ehuiki .
858 William Piha Hart
866 ' Mrheula Kainapau
864 David Kuaaina Kalan Sr.
797 Poulo Kamai
785 Jack Makini
877 Dan Kapahu Pokipala
879 Bruno Francis Sandow
776 Donnie Kahikina Sheldon
26 William Jarrett Sheldon
980 Alexander Charles Dallas
695 Jose de Cambra
636 Alfred Henry Johnson
898 Robert William Keike
899 Keola Makini
655 Kua Mauele
677 Henry Muller
616 Iopa Napahi
665 Federick Nicholas Petersen
654 L. II . Puuilio
660 Manuel Rapozo Vieira
690 Frank Zerbe
610 William Hastie
563 Kiha William Kinney
488 William Puaoi Sr.
954 William Rensah.er Felter
498 John Futardo
469 Paul Helium
464 Chester Robert Hunt
85 Malcolm Lloyd Hunt
486 Caesar Rodrigues Jardin
519 George Kaeha
.484 William Henry KahHcu
1121 Charles K. Kaili
494 William Kamakahi
496 Ernest Langehein
1122 Charles K. Lewis
--451 David Belden Lyman
455 Eddie Melia
507 Daniel Moke
479 Carl Otholt
506 Gerhardt Otholt
480 John Otholt
449 George Peka
505 Andrew Truski
961 Carl Burpee Northern
424 Benjamin Franklin Bradley
1076 Elias Bennett'Bridgewater
1053 John Kamanu Gandall
1107 Richard Ernest Hagemann
958 Samuel Hiwauli Kamau
953 John Hoomanawanui Kanekoa
1030 Keo Kapule
44 Maile Keawe
956 Shoichl Monoita
90 Joseph Keoua Poo
960 Henry Thomas Pritchard
1050 Albert King Scott
412 Ralph Lyman Wilcox
299 John Fabian Armstrong
319 Hugh Downie
339 David Kahanu
375 George Ephraim Kaleiohi
329 Lukela Kapalehu
292 Albert Lono Kauaihilo
318 Samuel Kiaipa
304 Enos Medeiros
273 John Walker Neal
371 Simepna Paaluhi
1097 Charles Namuo Kimo Papoko
651 Hester Stephens Simpson
245 James Edwards
1108 George Ah Boo
112 Hiel Jackson Kapu
180 Joseph Charley Long
88 James Kapio Lota
113 Charles Brewer Makee
199 Keoho Mauliola
846 Samuel Habakuka Hahaimee
825 Bene Kanahele Kaiwi
827 Aalona Wiliama Kawaiula
) 850 Solomona Maewa
851 Henry Poupou Makalii
839 Manuel Mederios
Registered Age at regis- Dead or Re
Precinct. tratiou 1912 moved to
Mahele Makalnki Make Htle loa
A section of the new soda and refreshment accommodations at Lihue
store. Tables and chairs for ladies and children are arranged at con
venient points in front, not "shown in the picture. Everything to be
found at the big city fountains is served here.
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The following is from the Ad
vertiser: That there still re
mains a posibility of shelving off
the free sugar clause of the present
tariff, for at least some vears, is the
cheerful news that was recieved
last week bv a prominent Republi
can leader in Honolulu, in close
touch with the situation at Wash
ington. This news came through
Republican sources at the national
capital, but it is supposed to voice
t ie inner sentiments of Secretary
RedficlJ and the Piesident himself.
The word that comes to Honolulu
is this: If by the careful compila
tion of statistics ot the Hawaiian
s::tfar industry, with all the facts
The Advertiser of last Tuesday
contained the following announce
ment: After announcing, through the
mouth of his lieutenant, Rev. Steph
en Desha, that he would in it both
er going t o Kauai after votes,
because he would nut need nnv
Garden Island support, Kuhio has
changed his mind and is convinced
now that he will need every vote
he can get, on Kauai or anywhere
else.- He hns therefore planned a i
invasion of that island and will
visit Kauai first on h i s swing
around the Territory.
He has postponed the opening
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given in all their phases, it can be OI mh Perso,,-a' campaign nmsi at-
shovn that free sugar is going to ler ure ",3SS "1CS canea lor m
deal the industry as hard a blow. ,1,orrow evening at Aala Park, but
irom Wednesday on the I'rince
or anything near as hard, as is
feared in Hawaii, and if these sta
titics can be probabh presented
at Washington the administration
.11 be inclined to favor a suspen-
on of the free sugar clause for at
ast a period of yeais, to give the
ldustry a thorough chance to ad
The Washington tips include
the statement that it is up to Ha
waii to elect a Delegate this year
ho will not only have the ability
present the statistics, but who
J. P. COOKE STILL
The following is from the P. C.
Advertiser, Honolulu, of July 23:
In launchiong h i s campaign for
Delegate to Congress on the Pro
gressive ticket, lieorge K. carter
repeatedly referred to E. Faxon
Bishop. I. P. Cooke and E. D.
Tennev as his sponsors and as the
three men whose promised sup
port induced him to enter the poli
tical lists. In his early correspon
dence, soliciting support, Mr Car
ter quoted the supposed promises
of Messrs. Bishop, Cooke and Ten
ney, and some support was promis
ed him on the representations made.
That Mr. Carter was mistaken in
supposing tnat the managing di
rectors of the three greatest firms
in Hawaii stood ready to support
him as a candidate of the Bull
Moose party is now certain. The
Advertiser has already published a
signed statement from Mr. Qishop,
that he is a Rice man and a Re
publican. This morning the Ad
vertiser is able to publish a state
ment prepared by Mr. Cooke, in
which he reaffirms his Republi
canism and states his intention to
support the Republican candidate.
Mr. Cooke says:
WILL VOTE AS REPUBLICAN.
"Ever since 1896, when I voted
for President McKinley.I have been
a loyal supporter of the Republi
can party and I expect to be found
in the ranks for many years to
come, l intend to raice pari in
the primaries in September as a
Republican and to vote as a Re
publican in November.
"The direct primaries are being
tiied out in Hawaii for the first
time this year. In many respects
these primaries are going to have
a beneficial effect. Under this
system, more people are taking an
interest in politics than ever be
fore, and that can not fail to have
a good effect on the elections. It
means less iudilTerance among
MOST CONSTRUCTIVE PLAT
FORM. "The kev-note ' o i harmony,
sounded in the recent Republican
convention was most gratifying
and is in striking contrast to the
situation in the local Democratic
party. In my opinion, the plat
form is the most constructive ever
adopted at a Republican conven
tion in this Territory.
"I agree with E. F. Bishop that
there never was a time when it
was more important that this Ter
ritory should be presented by a
Republican in Washington, as the
election of a Democrat will be
taken on the mainland as on en
dorsement by Hawaii of the tariff
policv of the administration.
Every indication points to a sweep
ing Republican victory at the
November elections, and I believe
this victory will be even more pro
nounced here than on the mainland."
one with tact enough not to antag
onize the administration, as was
lone to HawaiiVcost when the re-
ircsetitatives of the planters of
Hawaii attempted to lobby n gainst
the tariff bill. The Washington
correspondent takes it for granted
that Hawaii will have seuee enough
to elect a Republican as a ftirthe:
proof of the Territory's dissatisfac
tion over the sugar tariff.
Baseball Next Sunday
The baseball games set for next
Sunday are as follows: Koloa vs
K. A. C, at Koloa.
Certain of the homesteaders at
Waipouli have riled with the chair
man of the Board of Supervisors a
complaint to the effect that the
steam plows of the Makee Sugar
Company have been permitted to
cut up the road in their locality . The
matter w ill be referred to the Board
at the next meeting.
Elike me ke kanawai ua nianaoia e uooponopono houia ka Buke
Iona o ka Poe Koho Balota o ke Kalana o Kauai nti ma ka Poalima
Augate 21. 1914, niamuli o ka holoi ana aku i na inoa maluna ae ma
ka Buke Inoa aku no ka mea o kekahi poe o lakou na make, a o kelw
hi poe ua haalele loa mai i ke Kalana o Kauai nei.
Lihue. July 9, 1914.
I. Mahiai Kaneakua,
County Clerk, Couuty of Kauai.
July 14, 21. 28, August 4 aud 11, 1614.
THE GARDEN ISLAND j
has received a large quantity
of vegetable and melon seeds
from Washington for free
distribution to small farmers
and gardeners of Kauai.
These seeds will be cheer
fully supplied to growers
who may send or call at this
Wholesale and Retail Grocerie
Dry Goods of all Descriptions. '
j CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
I Hay, Grain and Chickk
Sole Agents for
J IiiU'rimtiniiiil St. irk, Poultry Kin
I ami otln-r NM'-iultita. A nil .it- for
I coolinn Iron K(m.(m. IVtuliinm ln
I culmtorN and Itr.Miil.TH.
J King's Speciau Chick Food
I P. O. Box 452. Honolulu
Two seater and double rum
ble Overland automobile in good
condition. Will sell for cash very
M. J. Fassoth, Makaweli.
Have you tried our wluppea publican teriitorial committee, and
cream specials, with rrusheil rint?:1T .f l , . , . arrived s is successful, I will balance things
Thev are delicious. Lihue Store Li hue last WVdiusdav and is mak- i P hy V'n up the county chair-
will, for him, he busv. He will
spend the end of the week in an !
around Honolulu. Km lv next week
he will leave for Kainii. to he ab
sent some davs. Returning to lie
nolulu. he will tranship for Man.
and after having toured the V;tl!c
Isle, will proceed on to Hawaii.
He will take two weeks for his cir
cuit of the Big Island, then return
to Honolulu to end up his primary
These details were given out
ill be on the job constantly to yesterday by tne l 'mice 's campaign
ee that lull force is given to them, nianarer, John Wise.
he Delegate must be, also, some
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the V.
G. Hall Tuesdav inoining from
Dr. C. K. High. L. J. Mundon,
Richard Henry Slogett. S. W. Ka-
naoe. R.y. D. P.. Mahihila.
The following arrived from Ho
nolulu by the Kinau Wednesday
Frederick J. Peterson, K. Roen-
dahl, Mrs. E. P. Low, Bryant
Cooper, Tom Singlehurst, Henry
Blake and wife, Miss M. Sandow,
Mrs. E. Werner. George Bustard.
Francis Gav. G. P. Reillv. S. W.
Kauanoe, Helen Kalaue, Mrs. Ku-
la, A. C. Aleander, Dewit Alex
ander, Dermot Stanley, H. W. von
Holt. Frederick Waterhouse, Oliv
er umersen. Herman Alexander,
Lee Waterhouse, Donald Young,
Newton Peck, Dudley Pratt, H.
D. Slogett, wife and infant. Miss
Dorothea Sloggett, Miss Margaret
Sloggett. Miss Dole, Miss S. Tashi-
The following report comes from
John II. Wise, manager of the
Kuhio campaign made the follow-
ng statement today:
"As the manager of the cam
paign for re-election of Delegate
Kalanianaole. and as a loyal Re
i.i: t -: . i . . . i . . .
yuunsMU. to Mai umi e j- Tashinl, Miss V
shall absolutely oppose the election M ki M, y . Miss M
the Republican territorial central kvilhillKton. Jr., D. Withington.
committee. Ic.i ri.; r i-
The rivalry tor the Republican i j, h. Kaiwi, E. K. Pikao. Har-
nomination between Kuhio 'and ry Brede, Dora O'Counell. Mrs. A.
Rice is a family tight within the w. Seabury. Mrs. Pikao, Mrs. S.
party. After the primaries we ex- Mailekoi. Arthur Seaburv. K. Pi
ped all good Republicans to sup- Uao p. pikao. Miss T. Yoshikane.
port the nominee of the party, We m;ss T. Hirose, W. E. Rowdl.
uciicvc iucic-iuic mui iuc yiiny 01- j. Ualt, MISS U. Koweli, MISS j.iy
ganizatioti should not take sides Noble, Miss A. Rowell, Mrs. Fa-
between the candidates. Andrews I kusako, Miss Miki, J. K. Tobin,
is working tooth and nail for Rice. Harold Morgan, G. P. Wilder,
speaking at the Rice meetings aud Jack Bergs trom.
an avowed anti- Kuhio man. If Ik The following sailed in the W.
(selected chairman of the party it G. Hall last Tuesday night for
is only to be expected that he will Honolulu: C. W. Spitz. A. Hor-
use Ms influence for Rice. ner. L. T. Fear v. M. Kau. Ed.
We maintain that a party chair-1 Kaoloa, Miss C. Pauole, Josephine
man shouia be elected who will uomes, o. A. rurvis, w. ureuc-r,
keep the organization impartial, sol A. Muller.
as not to cause disruption before The following arrived bv the W.
the primaries. (j. Hall last Saturday from Hono-
"The Kuhio people have n o lulu: Mrs. Bridgewater, Miss S.
particular candidate for the chair- Bennett, K. Alexander, Father.
nianship. We will be satisfied with Victoreiius, Mrs. Fanny Sabo, S.
anyone who will give us a square I Hanohano and wife, Miss Han j-
deal. But we feel that if Andrews hano, A. G. Kaulukon and wife,
is chairman, disension will be sow-1 D. K. kapahee. J. K. Kapuniai, S.
ed and after the primaries, the Ishiura. S. Oisuki, K. Ihida, 1.
fight will go on. Adachi, J. K. Naruse. C. W
"If Andrews is elected territori- PPitz- T- Kotani, T. Toda. V.
ul chairman, I will make a fight to Suvoka. Mrs. James. Miss Ki N-.o
be elected county chairman. I doanc 42 deck.
not believe the county chairman
ship should be taken by a member
of either side, but if Andrews in
sists on being chairman of the Re-
Small Gold, Diamond Ring ;.t
Wat mea dance hall. Return lo
Clem Gomes, Hanapepe.
Advt. inif his rounds of Kauai,