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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 10.
IN ELEELE DITCH
A Japanese child (boy) Ilitio,
about i years of age, father's name
Yntagai, fell into a ditch near
Pump 3. of the McBrvde Sugar
Coinpam . in Hanapepe Vallev,
about 12:30 Sunday afternoon and
The bodv disappeared quickly
iron the locality and w s found
about 9 t'ciock Monday morning
at Pump i-i near the Hleele hospi
tal. DepuU Sheriff Henry Blake went
to Hauui epe a short time later and
held a coroner's investigation, the
verdict returned being accidental
A Filipino named Jose Lagaman
started a row last Thursday in
fcCamp 7 of the McBryde Sugar Co.
and landed in the jail at Koloa.
The following day he was arraign
ed before Judge Kapahce and
charged with being a disorderly
person, under tin Vagrancy Act.
Upon being found guilty he was
sentenced to imprisonment for six
Then the fun started. A half
hour after being taken to jail, he
stepped aside from the guard and
in some wav got out of the jailyard
The police got on his trail short
ly afterward and the next morning
found him hiding in a lot of prick
ly pear, or cactus, trees, near Ku
kuiulr. When pulled out from his
liftiing his flesh and clothes were
torn and he showed every evidence
of having had a hard tune of it. ,
Yesterday he was airaigued,
again in the K.oloa court a n cl ,
charged with breaking jail. Fori
that offense the court gave hi in ad
ditional sentence of three months.
THE HIGH SCHOOL
The Kauai Grammar And High
School opened yesterday morning,
making a verv promising start; and
in a ver lew davs will be down to
hard work. There are three school
rooms, a library and a laboraloiy.
The s'.art was made with thirty
pupils, six being in the high school
and twenty-four in the lower
grades. Others expecting to enter
t the start failed to appear, but
wilt" probably enroll ou Monday.
The hours of study have been
-made 8 a. m. to 12:30 p. m. for the
jpreseut. This is merely an experi
ment, and if it is found not to suit
pupils and parents a change will be
Mr. Avery takes the classes in
general sciences, physiology and
hygiene and mathematics. Miss
Maclutyre takes the English stud
ies. Miss Kalh :riue Ouunanney
has the lower grade work;-
A few odds and ends of work, it
appears, on the building are not as
they should be, but these defects
will be remedied within a Atrv few
E I ED
BREAKS J I
The Prince Carries Ever' District In The
Islands Except Kauai, And Comes
Near Leading AH The Other
Delegate Kuhio carried every
district in the group except Kauai,
in the primary election on Satur
day, and came very near polling
as many votes as all the other
candidates combined. He polled
a total of 6309 votes, while the to
tal of all the others was only 6555
with, however, a few small pre
cin.ts to hear from. The votes of
the candidates as now known were:
Woods 1 68
The total vote cast for Delegate,
subject to some small additions
from out-of-the-way precincts, was
Probably the greatest suprise of , very large vote received bv him and
the election was the defeat of Rice! to pledge to him the same hearty
in the fourth district of Oahu, ' and sincere support that I believe
where the Kauai man was suppos he would have accoided nie had I
ed to be exceedingly strong. In been the successful nominee,
that district he polled 1358 to Ku- j "I further ask my friends who
bio's 1611. The fifth district, also so generously gave me their time
on Oahu, gave Rice 719. while J and support at the primaries to now
Kuhio received 1844. The totals support the Republican nominee,
for Oahu were: Kuhio, 3455: Rice, 'believing as I do that the success
MAUI AND HAWAII
Kuhio Rice McC'less
Hawaii, Fiist 881 346 183
RESULTS IN DISTRICT OF KAUAI.
VOTE BY PRECINCTS FOR D " ,::GATK.'
I'lvrinct. Rice Kuhio McOaiulli'v Carte. Wood Notley Total
1- Niihau 31 2 1 34
2- Kekalia 29 13 17 59
3- Wainiea 35 39 36 1 111
4- Makaweli 16 34 10 10 70
5 Walnawa 50 6 33 89
6 Koloa 39 12 37 1 89
7-Uhue 164 31 12 1 3 211
5 Kawaihau 46 35 55 1 1 138
9 Kilauea 13 7 6 26
10 Han-dci 32 72 8 5 1 118
Totals 455 251 215 17 5 2 945
VOTES 11 Y PRECINCTS FOR SENATOR.
Kmulsen IK) MikaoIe(D) Total.
1- Niihau 33 33
2- Kekaha 46 14 60
3- Waimea 37 55 92
4- Mataweli 31 33 , 64
5- Wahiawa 2S 50 78
6 Koloa 22 56 78
7- Lihue 122 35 157
8- Kawaihau 31 78 109
9- Kilauea 16 6 22
10-lIanalei 40 48 88
Totals 406 375 781
VOTES BY Iku'CINCTS FOR THE HOUSE.
Coney Kula Kussoth Lota Chandler (1)
1- Nii'ati 33 34 33 34 1
2- Kekaha 42 43 40 44 16
3- Waimea 49 55 47 36 51
4- Makaweli 47 42 43 44 31
5- Wahiawa 50 40 35 43 41
6- Koloa 39 50 23 43 45
7- Uhue 154 . 157 146 157 18
8- Kawaihau 48 63 25 79 63
9- Kilauea 20 22 18 24 5
10-Hanalei 52 91 48 106 3S
Totals 534 603 458 610 309'
i:r lfn'ninv nAV nv vAlTAl
1 14 11 l LJ t IO. 1 W l ,t, u...
The election ou Kauai went off
quietly at all of the voting booths.
There were ample accommodations
verywhere for the voters, ar.tl as
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII.
Hawaii Second 747 85 197
Maui. Third 977 8S5 2S6
Woods Carter Notlev
ot Oahu was fifteen.
It is thought that Carter, Notley
and Kahaulelio may withdraw, as
tliev now have no show ot doing
anything-leaving the arena to Ku
hio and McCandless for the final
R ICE'S STA TEM KNT.
Charles A. Rice, the defeated
Republican candidate, has issued
the following letter:
I wish to express to the success
ful Republican nominee, J K. Ka
laniaole, mv congratulations on the
of the Republican party should be
the desire of all well-wishers of the
territory of Hawaii.
'Signed) ' CHARLES A. RICH"
! the ballots were short and simple
little time was taken in the boxes.
The polls all closed at 5 o'clock,
and before 7:30 the results in all
the precincts except Wa'ii-w i in 1
TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 15, 1914
Sugar: Raws. 6.25
THE EAST PRUSSIA BA1TLF, was burglarize ! smneMm dining
. I oudon The battle between the Cernu i army in o isi Ptussia n'lirdav nhrhl.
undei General von Hinderberg and the Russians, which began foitv The thief gained entrance in al
miles southeast of Konigsberg September 9. ended vcstud.i v in the ; most exactly the same maimer as
lefcat of the Germans, who lost 50,000 men. according to advices from 0 ,, Hie former occasion First
Pctrogard to the Central News. . . ,.,".'. '
'1 he initial phase of this battle had been a victory for the Ger-1 rn" " Uh 1,1,0 the "Uc nf
man's who cut the Russian line of communications west of Konigs oor of the rear cottage occupied
' erg. General Iliiukrbi ig nporttd officiary that he had defeated the 1 1)' tbe Chinese, thus closing (hem
Kiissians on ins noiii .urn ;i:.i captured guns
Russians admitted defeat wh'.-n von Hiitkrhcrg
vantage. Russians made stand near Miawa.
Germans have now t vacu 'ted Pi. land.
2, l'M.OOO men were engaged. Total losses to
forces I SO, 000 men, 450 (kid guns, 1,000 pieces
4000 transport vehicles and 7 aeroplanes.
Petrograd The Germ ins have released 2500 Slav
count of expense of maintenance.
Gibraltar Trouble has broken
tribesmen beiiig up in arms.
REPORT FROM WASHINGTON
Washington Bryan's arbitration agreements will be signed by the
United Slates today. Foreign diplomats heie regard the reporttd mili
tary operations in Central Africa as significant as being a development
of British ambition to link possessions in northern and southtrn Af
rica, .House members are oj posing war tax on freight transportation.
Underwood's tax measure would not pass without President's unquali
THE ASIATIC SiDE
Peking 23,000 Japanese are believed to havt landed yesterday ou
Shantung peninsula are advancing on Kaiochau.
GERMANS MAKE A STAND
Paris The Germans after falling back nearly 40 miles from ad
vanced positions before Paris have made a .-.land back of Aistie river
and apparentlv aie readv to resist further advances.
North of the Allies yesterdav , Allies continued to harass retiring
Official statements vesterdiiv from General French are to effect
that army has everywhere caught up with rear guards of the main
body of enemy- The French h ive entered Amiens
London According to Sir John French, the German hues have
been without food for two days.
Niihau were known. About s o'
clock the Wahiawa returns arrived.
THE RETURNS DISPLAYED i
It had been the intention to dis-j
plav the returns n the front of Tin; ,'
Gakphn Island office, but on ac- i
count of the windy night they were'
put up on neat cardboard inside,
the composing room. (Juite a large
crowtl gathered and remained un -
til the last despatches came in from
Honolulu and the other islands,
which was a little after midnight.
Owing to an unexpectedly a n d
cxasperatingly slow service atthe
Hoiolulu end, the telegrams dur- the man who did the cutting, Fa
ing the night were very incomplete' kurai Taki.o, is in Waimea jail.
and of a sorry quality. However,
shortly after midnight the special
wireless from Chas A. Rice, else
where published, acknowledged his
defeat, came in. this being thv-first
and only complete statement con -
ceruing the delegateship situation
received during the night.
IN THE PRECINCTS
Ot. the island of Niihau the elec-!
tion was held at the schoolhouse
and was presided over by the fol-
lowing officers: E. K. Kaehoelau-
lu. chairman; Edward K. Kahele
,! it:ii; t.'....i mm. -....... ir
votes in this precinct. 35 being
Hawaiian and one British.
1 The second precinct was presid-1
etl over by G. Hansen, ns chair
man, Louis Kilauauo and W. 15.
Natinui. There were u o sqieeial
features of the day in tins precinct,
except that the vote was divided
between the candidates of the two
Waitnen, the third precinct, was
presided oyer by John Fassoth, as
Cont'tui' 1 a ; '
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50
and many prisoners,
followed up his ad-
captives on ac-
out in Morocco,
A serious cutting affia, the
direct out'onie ot a drunken oigv,
, took place ii a c.iinp belonging to
Kauekiyo, a1 ve Camp 2,
Mak.iweli in intatioii. alxoat 10 n'
clock Sunday eveirn". as a result
of which Kanda Ikumadsu is in
the hospital and may die, while
A third man, named Nada Kani
baro, was also slashed but not
sufficiently hurt to make hospital
, treatment nteessarv.
i It appears that a number of
! Japanese in the camp bad been
having a feast Sunday night, dur-
ling which liquor flowed freely and
j ali became more or less intoxicated.
AloiiRnbout 10 o'clockan argument
startCfl ic heat of which la-
k,zo is nlk'KecI to lm'e athercd P
a cane kl,ifu aml startei! ,ocIean
ont llle ho"-1 , . , ,
1 Kanda Ikuniadsii is believed to
have been the man with whom he
had the dispute, for it was he up
on whom Takizo levelled his princi
pal attack. The man Kanibaro is
thought to have stepped in to in-
terftrc or stop the alleged assailant, j
when he too was cut. I
II BADLY GOT IN
The poliie have a report that I 111
bad feeling had exis'cd between j Rev. J. M. Lydgate will be ex
the three u.en immediately con-1 pected back tomorrow morning
eerned in the fr lit b-fore. Their from tin- Coast. He has been a
differences were believed to bave wav a mouth a id a half,
been patched up, tut liquor There will be services in I.ihue
evidently opened the old sores and j Union churc'i i: t Sunda n orii-
PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY
IHE COFFEE SHOP
For lie -.(ror.d I me in three
tiKiuihs and '.he thi'l lime in a
short while, l.ihne Cnffte Simp
ji:i. Then with a brace and h't be
bored several holes into the buck
door until he located the hook,
which he shoved up and loose
from the catch. The rest wuscmv.
Investigation Sunday morning
showed that quite a quantity of
canned goods, cigars and other
articles of merchandise were stolen.
A. large piece of pork was also tak
en from the ice chest.
It is quite evident that the bur
glar of a few mouths tgo am the
one of Saturday night are one
and the same man, as the ear
marks of th job arc almost identi
cal. The proprietor of the sjiop
thinks the burglary was committed
in the early hours of the morning,
for the reason that the place was
not closed until about 10:30 and it
was sometime after that when the
men had gone to bed
The Mcbrvde baseballer.i roval-
jlv entertained the other baseball
men of the island, their friends and
, themselves at Eleele Saturday even
ing. Probably 600 people were
present, ami all seemed to have had
' a fine time.
For the Decision Eleele hall had
' been el ihoratolv decorated, under
the siip-rvisi 'ii of John Kaiuaiiu
terns and tnaile being liberal-
lv used. Over the stage was the
legend: 'IeBiv.les Champions
1914". worked in green.
The reception comnwtee consist
ed ofJ.C. Mono.. Iieneo Akaua
and Mrs. Harry Oi.elia, Sr.
The luau started at six o'clock
and was served ou ten tables ar
ranged at the left side of the build
ing. There were two sittings, about
300 people each.
Dancing began soon after the lu
au was over and kept up until about
2 a. m.
All of the towns from Kilauca
around to Kekaha were represent
ed in the big gathering.
Mrs. Lydgate Entertains
Mrs. I. M. Lvdgate. pleasantly
entertained a t dinner Saturday
evening, the part afterward en
joying bridge. The affair was com
plimentary to the new teachers of
i the Hiuh School.
; , ...
J. M. Lydgate Returning
1 m BRYDE TEAM