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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY,' AUGUST 4. 1914
Notice of Intention to change the
i GENERAL COUNTY REGISTER.
In accordance with the law it is proposed to change the GENE
RAL, COUNTY REGISTER on FRIDAY, AUGUST 21st. 1914, by
erasing therefrom the names and signatures of the following electors,
some of whom known to me to be dead while some have pertnnnently
moved from the COUNTY OF KAUAI, viz:
Registered Age at regis- Dead or Re
Precinct, tration 1912 moved to
Mahele Makah'ki Make Hele loa
Elike me ke kanawai ua manaoia e hooponopono houia ka Buke
Ion.i o ka Poe Koho Balota o ke Kalana o Kauai nei ma ka Poalima
Augate 21, 1914, mamuli o ka holoi ana aku i ua inoa maluna ae ma
ka Buke Inoa aku no ka mea o kekahi poe o lakou na make, a o keha
hi poe ua haalele loa mai i ke Kalana o Kauai nei.
Lihue. July 9, 1914.
I. Mahiai Kaneakua,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
July 14. 21. 28, August 4 and 11, 1914.
733 Carl Olaf Foss 2 57
997 Andrew Kekahiko Akina 3 32
803 Edward Claudia 3 26
774 Davida Poka Ehuiki 3 80
858 William Piha Hart 3 23
764 Kahalaunui 3 55
A 866 Meheula Kainapau 3 50
864 David Kuaaina Kalau Sr. 3 50
797 Poulo Kamai 3 44
785 Jack Makiui 3 25
988 Paakiki 3 59
877 Dan Kapahu Pokipala 3 27
879 Bruno Francis Sandow 3 55
776 Donnie Kahikina Sheldon 3 29
26 William Jarrett Sheldon 3 55
980 Alexander Charles Dallas 4 80
695i Jose de Cambra 4 25
686 Alfred Henry Johnson 4 26
898 Robert William Keike 4 23
899 Keola Makini 4 30
655 Kua Mauele 4 70
677 Henry Muller 4 32
616 Iopa Napahi 4 70
665 Federick Nicholas Petersen 4 24
654 L. H. Punilio 4 63
660 Manuel Rapozo Vieira 4 25
690 Frank Zerbe 4 25
610 William Hastie 5 56
563 Kiha William Kinney 5 42
488 William Puaoi Sr. 5 50
954 William Rensalaer Felter 6 50
498 John Futardo . 6 23
N469 Paul Helium 6 37
'wi64 Chester Robert Hunt 6 28
- f 485 Malcolm Lloyd Hunt 6 23
486 Caesar Rodrigues Jardin 6 30
519 George Kaeha 6 29
484 William Henry Kahiku 6 82
1121 Charles K. Kaili 6 27
494 William Kamakahi 6 36
496 Ernest Langehein ' 6 51
41122 Charles K. Lewis 6 21
451 David Belden Lyman . 6 35
- J'- 455 Eddie Melin 6 25
507 Daniel Moke 6 52
479 Carl Otholt 6 25
506 Gerhardt Otholt 6 28
480 John Otholt 6 24
449 George Peka 6 48
505 Andrew Truski 6 35
961 Carl Burpee Northern 6 30
424 Benjamin Franklin Bradley .7 25
1076 Elias Bennett Bridgewater 7 39
1053 John Kamanu Gandall 7 66
1107 Richard Ernest Hagemann 7 39
958 Samuel Hiwauli Kamau 7 23
953 John Hoomanawanul Kanekoa 7 26
1030 Keo Kapule 7 50
44 Maile Keawe 7 53
956 Shoichi Morioka 7 22
90 Joseph Keoua Poo 7 67
960 Henry Thomas Pritchard 7 24
1050 Albert King Scott 7 48
' " 412 Ralph Lyman Wilcox 7 36
299 John Fabian Armstrong 8 44
'.or 319 Hugh Downie 8 35
- " 339 David Kahanu 8 35
' 375 George Ephraim Kaleiohi 8 43
329 Lukela Kapalehuo 8 28
292 Albert Lono Kauaihilo 8 25
318 Samuel Kiaipa 8 43
304 Enos Medeiros 8 40
273 John Walker Neal 8 49
371 Simeona Paaluhi 8 68
1097 Charles Namuo Kimo Papoko 8 24
61 Hester Stephens Simpson 8 42
245 . James Edwards 9 51
253 Paiakalani 9 42
1108 George Ah Boo 10 31
112 Hiel Jackson Kapu 10 53
215 Kawaakaukahi 10 87
180 Joseph Charley Long 10 27
88 , James Kapio Lota 10 38
113 Charles Brewer Makee 10 59
199 Keoho Mauliola 10 41
846 Samuel Habakuka Hahaimee 1st 74
825 Bene Kanahele Kaiwi 1st 23
-- f 827 Aalona Wiliama Kawaiula 1st 92
850 Solomona Maewa 1st 45
851 Henry Poupou Makalii 1st 22
839 Manuel Mederios 1st 34
PROGRAM FOR THE
Following is the official program
for the Civic Convention on Maui,
which will be attended by a large
delegation from Kauai:
Delegates to be met nt steamers
by Civic Convention Committee
and members of the Chamber of
A 1 1 delegates to be provided
with distinctive badges.
Delegates to be escorted from
steamer to places of accommoda
tion by members of the Chamber
of Commerce to whom they are as
signed and return to the Armory
at Wailuku at 9:00 A. m. Saturduy
Saturday: October 3rd. 1914.
9:00 A. M. Convention convenes
at Armory, Wailuku, Mr. F. F
Baldwin presiding as chairman.
Roll call of delegates.
Address of Welcome, Member
Maui Chamber of Commerce.
Response, Member Honolulu
Chamber ot Commerce.
Appointment of Committee on
Reports ot Hold Over Commit
tees of Second Annual Civic Con
Financing Hawaiian Promo
Study of construction of new
roads and upkeep, and to prepare
and furnish its report to the Third
Annual Civic Commercial Con
Study and report upon the ad
visability of a new bond issue by
the next Legislature.
Promotion-Subject to be fully
discussed by Hawaii Promotion
TIES OF THE TERRITORY.
To be fully treated by Hilo Board
Co operation, Kauai Chamber of
Sanitation, Honolulu Chamber of
The Territory of Hawaii, Hono
lulu Ad Club.
Action on report of Hold Over
Committee for financing Promotion
Action and discussion on report
o f Hold - Over Committees o n
Luncheon will be served at the
Maui Hotel at which short talks
will be arranged. Program and en
tertainment to be in the hands of
Maui members of the "Ad Club".
7:30 p. m. Convention re -con
venes for evening Session at which
the public is invited to be present.
The island of Hawaii, Member
Hilo Board of Trade.
The Island of Oahu, Member of
Honolulu Chamber of Commerce.
The Island of Kauai, Member
of Kauai Chamber of Commerce.
Member Kohala Civic League.
Member Kona Improvement As
sociation. The Island of Maui, Member
Maui Chamber of Commerce.
Sunday, October 4th.
9:00 A. m Delegates to assemble
at Maui Hotel afier breakfast auto
bile trip up Iao valley and return
to K. R. R. Co. Depot, at Wailu
ku. 10 00 A. M. Take K. R. R. Co.
train to Haiku end of line. Train
to be met by autos at end of rail
road 12:00 M. Luau at Haiku or Kui
aha, at which program and enter
tainment will be in the hands of
the Honolulu Ad Club.
1:00 p. M. Automobile trip
through Homestead district, via
Puuomolei, Kokomo, Kaupakalua
and Peahi, back via Pauwela, Paia,
Kahului and Wailuku to Lahaiua.
6:00 p. M. Dinner at Lahaina,
after which party will leturti to
Monday, October 5th.
9:00 a.m. Convention re -convenes
at Armory, Wailuku.
Action and discussion on report
of Hold-Over Committees on
Balance of session to be devoted
Having secured a limited amoiin
of stock of the Lakeview No. 2 Oi
Company from the stockholders
who need money and ore willing to
sacrifick to get it, that is. they
are getting nine ($9.00) dollars
profit ior one (ft. 00) dollar invest
ed. The sacrifice is the much larger
profit they voul:l make by holding
on to their stock but their fortune
is your opportunity.
Everybody .knows about the
wonderful Lakeview No. 2 Oil
Well, with a production of nearly
Two Million barrels, equivalent to
about Three-quarter Million Dol
lars per month. The well came in
May 10 and requires about three
hundred employees working night
and day to take care of the output.
We look for dividends within
the next month or two and some of
our stockholders are selecting their
autos in advance. An investment
of a few hundred dollars may net
yon many thousands of dollars. It
is a good gamble, just like any
other business nronositton. onlv
your profits in one year if it turns
out alright-are more than vou can
make in a lifetime in any other leg
itimate business. Write to John
D. Rockefeller; he lives on Easy
ST., New York. He took a chance
and made good.
I will be at Lihue about JuIt
30th for about one week at the
Fairview Hotel. I haye a lot of
photographs, which I will gladly
show to interested parties.
Please phone or make personal
appointment after July 30th.
J. Oswald Lutted.
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived bv the
Kinau last Wednesday morning
Mrs. Francis Gay, E. Gay, Miss
Elston, Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Ross,
I. K. Kalanianaole, Rav Simonds,
Mrs. Ray Simonds, Miss Rose Sim
onds, W. E. Shaw, Mr. and Mrs.
C. B. Makee, J. P. Hale, Rev. S.
L. Desha, J. J. Pavao, K. Nakaya,
Piikam, Mrs. J. K. Mokumaia,
Miss R. Mokumaia, Miss Kahele,
Miss F. Gonsalves, K. Yoshida, R.
Murata, Say M. Doo, Wing Tai,
Allan Renton, J. P. Cooke. Miss
L. J.Williamson, Miss M.Costa,
Mrs. S. L. Desha, Miss M, D.
Gomes, Miss J. C. Baldwin. Mrs.
H. Soper, Miss C. Dowsett, J.
M, Kaneakua, Chas. Lono, Chiug
Shai, C. K. Chew. Choy Hong,
Miss A. Hirano. Mrs. J. C. Craw
ford, H. Uvehara and 27 deck.
The following were booked at
Honolulu to arrive by the Kinau
tomorrow: Mr. and Mrs. Leo
Goldman, A. Lewis Jr., J. Oswald
Lutted, Miss R. B. Goldman, W.
H. Rice, Miss Ii. Wichman.
George Fuller, Mrs. E. B. Miller,
Chas. A. Rice.
The following sailed per. the W.
G. Hall last Tuesday evening for
Honolulu: II. Sujuki, Y. Kawa
saki, Miss J. Noble, Mrs. M.
Strauss, Mrs. II. Morgan, K. Alex
ander. Miss D. JoMman, Miss A.
Rowell. Miss D. Rowell, Miss O.
Rowell, Miss Dole, W. E. Rowell,
W. Yim Sam, Miss 1) M Damon.
Frank Silva, Mary Silva.
BIG JAPANESE WRESTLERS
PLEASE IMMENSE CROWDS
Miss Herbert HoncreJ
A swimming and supper psTty,
in honor ot Miss Rose Herbert, was
given at the I.awai beach house
Friday evening, about, thirty beli g
present. The place was prettily il
luminated with Japanese lantern.
After supper dancing was indulged
in on the lanai.
to discussion of such matters as
may come before the convention,
Selection of place o f holding
6:30 P. m Banquet at Maui Ho
tel. 10:00 p. m. Honolulu and Kauai
Delegates escorted to steamer Mau
na Kea which will be asked to stop
Special: Special trips will be
arranged for a limited numler of
ihlegaus to the top of llaleakala.
and along Ditch Trail.
The big event in Lihue at t h e
week-end was the visic of the fa
mous Japanese wrestlers now tour
ing the Islands These wrestlers,
forty in number, are the leaders in
Japan's national sport, and the suc
ces in getting them together for a
tour of this sort was an accomplish
ment of no small importance.
and surely the Japanese promoters
who induced them to come to Ka
uai deserve great credit.
The Islands have had wrestling
and wrestlers, but nothing like
these and their work. They are
misters of the art, as japan under
stands that art; and would interest
The entire bunch of wrestlers
arrived in the W. G. Hall last Fri
day morning and were met at the
dock bv the local promoters.
Twenty-one of them were taken to
the Hotel Fairview, where thev
were quartered. This bunch in
cluded Tachivama, the champion
of Japan, and the principal wrest
lers. The other wrestlers, with
the assistants, were quartered in
the Hale Hooni theatre, bunks
and dining arrangements having
been fitted up for them there.
The wrestlers formed a striking
spectacle on the streets. Every
one ot them was far over-size for Ja
panese, and looked more like im
mense half-Korean and half-Rus
sian men than Japanese at all. Ta-
chiyama himself is a giant, weigh-
ng 325 pounds and being six feet,
three or four inches tall, and a
number weighed nearly as much.
Most of them were above the size
of the average European. Wear
ing kimonas and having their hair
long and done up in top-knots,
many of them looked like big, fat
For the exhibitions a dirt ;Jat
fonn had been built near the home
base of the baseball park. Seats
were extended out in all directions,
and the grand-stand was also used
by the audiences. The first per
formance was put on .Saturday after
noon, and was announced as an
amateur alfair. A few Kauai
wrestlers tried their hands with
some ot the smaller of the visitors,
but did not make much success of
At night (Saturday) the place
wa a sea of face-Japanese ilmost
entirely, the sprinkling of natives
and whites being light. For three
hours a very fine program of pro
fessional wrestling was put on. At
the close the champion, Tachiva
ma, appeared and one of the other
wrestlers tried his prowess with
him, but was little more than a boy
in a grasp of a giant.
There were also two perform
ances on Sunday, the first starting
at 10 in the morning and running
until 12, and the second starting
at 12 and running to 4. Immense
crowds attended on both occasions.
The local promoters of the show
agreed to pay the wrestlers $2,000
and expenses for coming over here.
It is quite likely that when all the
money for tickets comes in thev
will find themselves considerably
The wrestlers sailed by the W.
G. Hall Sunday afternoon for Ho
nolulu, that steamer being held
over here a dav to accommodate
Mrs. Akana 111
Mrs. N. A. Akana, ot Lawai,
underwent an operation in the Li
hue hospital last Friday and for a
time her friends were quite anxious
about her. She is now on the high
road to recovery .
Carter's Man Talks
New Collector Coming
Malcolm A. Franklin, the new
collector of customs at Honolulu,
is making a tour of the various is
lands in the revenue cutter Thetis,
and will arriv.; at Koloa, probably
on Friday n?xt. He is accompanied
by Captain Thomas Franklin and
Judge A. S. Hunphrevs The par
ty will remain on Kauai until Sun
day, visiting virious ports.
Remember the chauffeur George
Carter had over here with him dur
ing his tour? Well, this is what
the chauffeur said about Kauai po
litics when he got back to Hono
lulu: Chauffeur Blackwcll. I want to
.bet that Charlie Rice don't get
more than 1,200 votes on Kauai. I
just came back from the Garden
Island and I found while over
there that nolxulv else is mention
ed for Delegate to Congress.
(Kauai has about 1,200 votes
Emalamaia ana ka Halawai Ma
kahiki o ka Hui Kuai Aina o Wai
niha, Kauai ma ka la 24 o Septem
ber 1914 bora 10 a. m. A ke kau
oha ia aku nei na poe apau i loaa
he kuleana iloko o ka Hui i oleloia
maluna ae E hiki kino mai lakou
ma ko lakou kcena man ma Wai
uiha. Kalana o Kauai T. II .
James K. Apolo. Peresidena.
H. K. A. o Wainiha, Kauai.
Kap.ia. Kauai Au. I 1914,
Joe Gomes, the Ilanapepe mer
chant, left Saturday afternoon for
Honolulu. He will likely be awav
a week or more.
E malamaia iaana ka Halawai o
ka Hui Kuai Aina o Ilaena, Kau
ai ma ka la 25 o September 1914
hora 10 a. m. A ke katioha ia
aku nei na poe apau i loaa he ku
leana oiaio ko lakou iloko o ka
Hui i olelo ia maluna ae. E hiki
kino mai lakou ma ke Keena Oi
liana o ka Hui o Wainiha ma ka
manawa i oleloia maluna ae.
James K. Aiolo, Peresidena,
H. K. A. o Haena. Kauai.
Kapaa, Kauai Aug. 1 1914.
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