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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 10. NO. 35.
IE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HWAR. -'WA. fErHKBfR P. ::)M
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At a special meeting of the Knu-finm of the Homesteads committer-.
ai Chamber of Cnuitncice held in
the Waimea court house last
Thursday afternoon, a resolution
to invite the Civic Convention to
c o m c to K a u a i next vcar
was' adopted by unanimous vote
Th" delegates to the approaching
convention at Wniliiku were iv-
structe I to ta'-e this matter up ar
the proper time and do cvei vthing
in theii power to got it through and
si'cute the convention for this is
land It i-i not anticipated that Kauai's
fight lor the convention will be
difficult in fact it was understood
at the time of the former conven
tion that if Kauai would step aside
in favor of Main, the Garden Island
should have t h e convention in
1915. This is supposed to be pretty
well understood' at Honolulu, on
Maui and Hawaii, so that all the
committee will likely have to do
will be to present their application
-itftd it will 1)0 forthwith granted.
There was some discussion as to
, the probable number likely to at-
addressed the Chamber at so t-e
lentgh, outlining: what some of his
policies would be. Anions other
things, lie seemed to feel that the
homesteaders should, in view of
the low price of pineapples mid the
high price of sugar, turn their a'
tendon more to .-aim: a"d leluv- d
that the Chamber should ass st
them in obtaining favorable con
tracts for nulling their product.
He outlined numerous other plans
for improving the condition of tlm
Kauai homesteader, which he s, "d
his committee would to work out
a n d would report results to the
Chamber from time to. time.
Mr. Hansen, chairman of the
local Promotion Committee, re
marked that his committee was
fully alive to the great amount of
work ahead of it, and that he be-
I .1.- nn 1.1
liver the goods."
Mr. Hrodie, chairiu m of the
Membership Committee, asked for
information as to the specific du
ties of his committee, it appearing
tend such a convention on Kauai,' to him to have. a double duty to
and it seemed to be the general
opinion that it would probably not
run over 250. The delegates to
the convention were cautioned to
- get a line on tjiis particular for
Kauai is assigned two, set
speeches at the Maui convention,
the one being on the subject of
"Co-operation" and the other
on "Kauai". Rev. I M. Lydgate
was appointed to handle the form
er and Senator E: A. K'.iudsen the
The Inter-Island S. N. Company
has arranged to take the Kauai
delegates to Honolulu on the
steamer Likelike, leaving here on
the afternoon of October 1, and
arriving in Honolulu on the morn
ing of October 2. In the city, the
. Kauai delegates will join the dele
igations from the commercial
organizations there and proceed,
the same afternoon, in the Mauna
Loa, t6 Kahului. The return to
Honolulu will be made the follow
ing Tuesday morning and the
Kauai delegates will arrive home
in the Kinau Wednesday morning.
The fare for the round trip has
i perform. When informed that his
first dutv was to enlist as a mem
ber every progressive business men
on Kauai, Mr, Hrodie seemed to
be perfectly Satisfied, .
Dr. K Hoffmann, of Kealia,
who had been presented for mem
bership, was unanimously elected'.
Everybody Charmed With
Thespians And Hate
To See Them Go
The big event of the week in the
theatrical line has been the tour of
the Juvenile Bostonians, which be
gan with their arrival at Waimea
last Wednesday and concluded
with their entertainment in Lihue
Social Hall last evening. The
troupe will return to Honolulu by
the steamer sailing this afternoon
The Bostonians party is made
ud of 21 ncrsons.
been fixed at $18, which is regard-
. . pression that the stages of Kauai
ed as quite reasonable
The opinion seems to be that
(however desirable) ladies will be
unable to find comfortable accom
modations on the trip on account
of the fact that Maui will be sev
erely taxed to care foi the large
number ot delegates which will at
tend the convention.
The new 1'iesident, Dr. F. L.
Putman, was ill the chair for the
first lime. Addressing the Cham
ber, he urged the new committees
to organize at once and get down
to business. There was much to
do, in his opinion, and it should
be developed without delay,
' Mr. Broadbetit, the new chair--
were too small for full chorus
work, five girls were left behind,
only fifteen actresses appearing.
Lauding at Waimea, the girls
were put up at the Waimea hotel.
There they had a jolly time out of
practice and show hours, motoring
around the country and swimming
in the surf, which was o 1 a
hundred yards away.
The first performance wis put
on Wednesday evening, and the
house was packed. Theplayle was
"The Isle of Spice," and every
one enjoyed it immensely. The
following evening, to an equally
j large house, 'My Tango Maid"
Chas. A. Rice, Kai' i; s Candidate.
"I ask the vote of evt-rv man tt ....! . i . .., ... ': -.unlay.
You know me. You have honored and trusted t':;c k.si. and I
believe yen will agree that I have made got rl. I iiu.v p.otnl-.e von
that if elected to Congress I will also make good there, ar.'l vdu will
never regret havii'g voted for me at this tinu. Kauai. he:;:-; my 'luiui. I
will doubly appreciate all the vi-tts I icceive hwv, and nl jii the bal
lots are counted next Saturday night I earnestly ! )pe tint a uiav de
velop that you have given me your .stroii44-t Mipp rt."
1A0T0 BUMPS INTO
KEALIA CUE CAR
In the final game, plaved on the
Makaweli grounds Sunday after-;
noon, the Mcliryde baseball team
was successful, t h u s becoming
champions of the season of 1914.
The scoic was 6 to 1 in favor of
The crowd was an exceptionally
large one and the day was fine.
The Makawelis, champions of last
year, started out with determina
tion and promise, but seemed to
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was presented, and loud were the
praises of the interpretations of
i t s rollicking situations a n d
Friday evening the company ap
peared before anatln r full house
in Koloa, a n d there presented
"The Dream Girl" in a very satis
factory manner. After the Knloa
show, the girls were treated to an
11 o'clock supper, and then motor
ed over to Lihue, arriving at the
Fairview about midnight.
A serious road accident w a s
narrowly averted Saturday night
on the road between K-ealia and
the first Portuguese camp toward
Kilaiua, when the n-nl roiv,
Yun Tim, of Li'uue, with three
passengers ran into an empty !,aiie
car winch some miscreant had roll
ed on the plantation track directlN
across the public highway and left
The occupants of the ear, as pas
sengers, weie Mr. and Mrs Bach
ollz and Mr. Frieke, all of Kila
ue:: . Thev had nf teuded the enter
taiumeiit of the Bostonians in In
line Social Hall and were on their
Bevond Kealia a heavy shower
came up, preventing the chauffeur
from seeing the i-)..l c'e.ivlv. For
tunately for '.lie machine and it;
occupants, the car was i mining up
trade at the iim.-Mii was conse
quently at low speed.
Aside horn severe jarriig, the
passengers and diiwr were not in
jured. The c ar escaped with a bent
pxle and a couple of broken spiings.
The police .e endeavoring to
Jate the pariies'guilt.v of running
(The car. across the public roud.
Complete Registration of
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S. R. "Hanuestrid's car, which is
number 13, skidded on the road
near the Makaweli Catholic church
Sunday afternoon and ran into a
atone wall at the edge of field No.
13, smashing a front wheel and
otherwise damaging the vehicle.
No one was hurt. This is the sec
ond accident of the -..;me kind Mr
Hannchtad has had in the u st tew
mouth, his car set-uiug to lu par
tial to stone walls in its freak ex
ploits. Hit cur hud come from the
repair shoo onlv a fwdavs liofore.
1 58 i and is flow buek. again for almost
1208 1 identically the same treatment.
NEWS B WIRELESS
Sujmi : liiws. t 0i; hces, no sales.
London -Tile Allied foices were victorious over 'he Germans at
Crc-py - An TUe. JO nnleh north and u little east of I'.iris.
Telegrams report almost tola! ai.nihilalicn of German Imjuriul
C.u.ird and Crown Prince Fredrick W.llielm, by Hritish forces uikUt
Held Marshal French.
lk-lgi.ins are reorganized and reofli ered, volunteers being collected
i'ii' the forec.1 will be pu. in fieid to act with the Allies.
Renter', .gi-nc- uput.v dve honi fighting l-euwi-u Melle and
Jtl.'trechl, near ( 'ilu-i.t.
lU-lgian volunueis ciisi .t-r.si.-cl completely oppoyi-.g supi-nor imin
h-i of German C(,rrs.
Helgians cliiveu I rum position ami retteated in jr.ond older.
' viunn.ius h ive advanced and occupied Mllc iind are in.HLiiing to
waid GlKiit. live miles nortliwest,
T n eitv oj Dinant was deMroyed lv Mie German.''. Hiint'.teds of
in i!e iidi'.ibiiant-. werekilltd foi fii ing f lom heights, though no Gcr
mans were hurt as n result. Hut:drel pmmiiitml citizuu, execu'led.
Manager Wasstze, of National Hank, executed for refusal to nuirender
G-iin in loss in Helgium, at Tt-rinonde batll. wu 5000, when 20,
im'io w re occupied in taking fortiln-d town. When teriilie boinbardmeut
. -nd ri-d t'ortilications untenable, dykes wertj otK-iud mid nianv (.ier-m.-'iis
Il is officially announced that of t tic lltitish Pathfinder's ctew,
' were killeil. 13 wounded and 240 misMiig.
The loss of the Wilson liner is reported to la- 27-
German i-inUsaries are busy inciting a holy war among the Mohaui-
NEWS FROM THE FRONT
Lo-idoii While the forces of the Allies almost oounl these of the
Gcnjj.ms. thev ehhed to-lay along u lot) mile fiont, with v.-irying .mc
The battle line extended from a point 25 miles east of Paiis. east
fidun. i5 miles from German border near Luxemburg.
'I he Ifn-nch line is in form of a vast ?i-ini circle, tVe extreme end
" '. of the'Clianey Toul Hue of fortifications: center east of , L,terte
Gaucher und Tin-left in Nanteuil. Followii g a series of successful
enpwemeiiK o.i Jurcg river. Allies' left wing hud been advancd about
15 milts, with Germans retiring along entire line. German foi ccs which
1 --d advanced from Rheini to Ia lrerte Gaucher came in contact tvith
the Allies cenie' and were driven back. The fourth German army, bus
been flung between thellies and Parjs and is used to assault the Al-'
l.es in rear In an attempt to break through the center and cut lines
f the defenders, leaving the French right subject to attuck from the
tlr'id Germany army, the fourth army has been driven back with heavy
loss anil pursued bv French force. Germans alternate their regiments
so as to give some of them rest and consequently always have fresh
men on the firing line.
The Turkish government has been installed in Albania without
resistance. The Turks have been supplied with an armv by Austria
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The Hoard of Supervisors held
its monthly business meeting at its
office on Wednesday, September
2nd. 1914, at 10:00 o'clock A. M.
All the members weie present.
The Hoard examined the several
bills presented and approved them,
against the following appropria
tions: Salary County Road Supervisor
Pay of Police:
II an ale!
Countv Huilding: Janitor Service
Couutv Lot and Rldg.
District Courts, etc:
Expenses of Flection
Janitor Servicandschl. supplies
New School Illdgs.
Repair School Uldgs.
Support of Prisoners
Weights and Measures 100.00
County Rd. Machinery 118.70
Oiliu., Rds. (II. T. S., D.)
Rd. Tax Spec Deposits
Rds. and Hridgrs 591.75
Rd. Tax Spec Deponits 442.28
Huleia llridge 1015.09
Rd. Tax Spec Deposits 6J3 65
and Erj.4gis 836.15
Rd. Tax Spec Deposits 152.20
Vfacadani: Prince Wikoko
and Waikoko - .Uaetra
Rd. and Bridges 619.98
Rd. Tax Spec Depoalts 139.30
Total fl.l 321.06
Upon motion of Mr. McBryde,
seconded by Mr. Rkekela, the sum
of $1,360.00 was ai propriatetl as
additional appropriations for the
fol'owiug purposes to be paid out
of money in the General Fttnd:
Kxpenses of E'ectinu $20,00
County Rd. Machinery 100.00
Rd. and Bridges: Koloa 600.00
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