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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 11. NO. 1.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TPESDAY. JANUARY 5, 1915
SUBSCRIPTION RATLS, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY
Popular Young People Married
At Kekaha Last Saturday
The .veddinjr of- Mr. Guy F.
Rankin, of Mokaweli. and Miss
Ida L'Orange, of Kekaha, which
took place at the home dfMr. and
X Mrs. E. A Knudsen. inkkaha,
v f Saturday evening, January 2, was
one of the most brilliant social
events of the season.
The nuptial ceremony, which
. ' took place at an earlv hour, was
quite simple but very pretty. Mrs.
Chas. A. Rice, of Lihue, was mat
lon of lionor and Mr, Carl Bayer,
bridesmaids were Miss Marie
Anderson of Hanapepe, and Miss
Louise Day, of Lihue. Rev. C.
D. Mitliken, of Waimea, was the
After the ceremony the entire
party sat down to an elaborate
At aboufS o'clock other guests
began arriving and the wedding
'reception took place. This over.j
dtfhcing began and was kept up
until'a late hour.
In the meanwhile Mr. and Mrs.
Rankin slipped'away to the moun
' tain house of the Knudsens.
A poem specially written for
the occasion (the jingle sounding
very muchBlike the art of Mr.
Knudsen) was passed around to
the 'guests, the wording being as
(To the Tune of Jingle Bells.)
Dashing down the road
On an old bay horse
Guy looked up and muttered,
"That's thegirl forme, of course!"
Honky Honk, Honky Honk,
Around Kauai they fly;
Give a shout of bon voyage
To Ida and to Guv.
He saw she had a motor,
And so with one accord
He bought himself a runabout,
The best he could a Ford.
They say that Guy can survey
And measure off the land,
But he proved himself much smarter
Byj-winning Ida's hand,
And now that thev are matried,
We wish them lots of jov;
To Ida fair, Aloha;'
To Guy, you l. ":ky boy.
-Rizal Day Events
Rizal Day (last Wednesday) was
observed by the Filipinos of Kauai
on a grand scale. The entire
colony (or as many as could pos
sibly do so) assembled at cither
Kapaa, Lihue or Koloa, and parti
cipated in thcevents.
The programs were much the
same at each place. They began
with music, progressed into stir
ring patriotic addresses and liter
ary exercises and concluded with
field and other sports. In Inline,
particularly, the program was
quite elaborate, being preceded by
a grand march from Kapaia.
"-Mager F. Weber, of Inline
"ntertainl'd & party of
with the plantai
TODJirS HAD LATEST
HEAVY FIGHTING IN ALSACE
London The heaviest of fighting is now taking place in Alsace,
according to French reports, the most desperate being in upper Al
sace near Cernay. The position held by the Germans changed hands
three times in twenty-lour hours.
ON THE TURKISH BORDER
Conflicting returns come from Turkey regarding the situation in
the Caucasus. The Turks, report the capture of Sari Kamsih, in
The Swedish ship Burma struck a mine and sunk, with crew.
Great Britan's reply to the note of Prcs;dent Wilson will prob
ably go forward this week.
Arrangements are being made at Geneva tor he transfer and ex
change of wounded prisoners. The president of the Red Cross will
Berlin Official announcement has been made relative to the sink
ing of the British battleship Formidable.
GERMANS AND NEUTRALITY
WashingtonGerman Americans in the United States have ap
pealed to President Wilson regarding infractions of ntutrality regula
tions. REPORT FROM VIENNA
Veinua In the district of south Galicia y.e have taken several
positions strongly held by entrenched eneniv. 'V have captured 37
Russian officers and nearly 13.000 men.
BRITISH AND GERMANS BATTLE
Nairobi British battleships bombarded the Turkish fleet in the
harbor of Dares Salaam, sinking several vessels and doiim much other
THE ALBANIAN MIXUP
Paris- -Albanian rebels drove Italian and French envoys out of
Dtirazzo, where they took refuge on battleships.
VILLA AND SCOn TALK
Kl I'aso General Villa and (U. S.) General Scott will confer in
regard to the situation along.the Mexican border.
NAYAL PARADE DOUBTFUL.
Washington The naval parade through the Panama1 canal
be abandoned on account of the danger from landslides. "
San l'raucisco The charters of the Olson And Mahouey, which
was seized by the customs collector on account of havum supplies pre
sumably for one of the warring fleets', will sue for damages for value
CHIEF JUSTICE ENDORSED. -Honolulu
Chief Justice A. G. .M. Robertson has been endorsed
by the Bar Association for reappointment.
Honolulu Armstrong got two years for stealing Olaa bonds.
New board supervisors inducted into office today. Arnold in
troduced resolution calling for resignations new civil service commis
sion. Andrews says will not fight.
Washington Secretary Garrison declines intcrfeie with employ
ment Japanese at Schofield Barracks.
London Unprecedented rains flooding valieys and making roads
quag-mires under hoofs and marching armies continue prevent deci
sive major operations in western theater war;moveineuts troops slow.
Reports from armies contending eastern theater war entirely "unreli
able. Turkish campaign apparently assumiiig increased importance.
Conflicting reports come from fightingiii Poland today Germans
say have captured Borseirnow, strong Russian position east of Loweicz,
one step nearer Warsaw. Russians flatly contradict this, saying Ger
man attack costly failure.
Stock exchange opened todav; dealing restricted cash transactions
Petrograd At Snry Kash January 1 we captured fifth regiment
Turkish infantry almost entire; following day took seven hundred
Total booty five thousand prisoners, s i x field and fourteen
machine guns. Our morale is excellent, soldiers fighting with ardor
against dogged resistence, under exceptionally painful conditions.
Berlin Kxcept near Thaun, western front comparatively quiet.
Enemy captured our demolished trencher and village of Steinbach;
after overwhelming bombardment of heights west of Sennhcim we
took heights in the night, bayonet charge.
Paris--Situation almost complete calm today from sea to river
Oise where intermittent artillery duels taking place. Some of them
very violent. Our attack on Boureulles has failed. Advance on for
est Lepetre and at Steinbaeh continues.
Amsterdam French aviators yesterday bombarded and p'jitlv
destroyed big Zeppelin shed near Brussels.
Continued on page 8.
The Misses Hastie and Mrs.
Hastie, of the Kleele Highlands,
were hostesses at a very enjoyable
tea party Wednesday afternoon.
Sewing and games were the earlier
features, after which refreshments
were served. The guests were:
Mrs. Alexander, Mrs. Bole, Mrs.
Deems, Miss Deems, Mrs. Meier,
Mrs. Robbius, Mrs. Pillar, Misses
Francis and Grace Pillar, Mrs.
Kruse, Mrs. Silva, Miss De Lack
uer, Mrs. Morse, Mrs. Glaisyer,
Miss Strayne and Mrs. Leavitt.
Albert Horner, Jr., arrived on
the W. G. Hall Saturday tor
short visit in Lihue. He will
turn to Honolulu tonight.
Dance At Koloa
Some of the people of Koloa
gave a very pleasant dancing par
ty in the town hall New War's
Kve, between forty and fifty
couples being present. Kxctdlent
music was supplied b y a iocal
orchestra. Sandwiches a n d re
freshments were served during the
evening. A 1 1 fortunate euojigh
to be present had a most enjoyable
Court To Resume'
Judge Dickey will return t- woik
hi the Ciieuit Com tomorrow,
tollowiui; ll.e h.'lidav-. Certain
divorce matters will lie taken up.
The History of Lihue
At the last meet of the Kauai ,
Historical Society. Mrs. W. II.
Rice, Jr., rf Lihue. read m histor
ical paper on the subject of Li
hue, which, however, included
facts and incidents of interest to
the wl ole island :f Kauai. That
paper will be reproduced almost in
full in Tun GunnN Lsi.an'p, in
w eekly' instalments, beginning
with today, Mrs. Rice said:
It is with apologies that I pre
sent tonight this patter on Lihue,
before so many of you who have
been so vitally interested in its
growth and prosperity and I trust
you will pardon any little disgres
sions that I may make from the
The name Lihue applied, in a
.larger sense, included the districts
of what are now Kawaihau, and
Lihue, reaching from Anahola to
the Gap, being made so bv law in
about die vear 1861, according to
early couit records, but some years
later divided into the present two
The large district w a s also
known as the Puna district and is
Police court fines and costs on
Kauai during the month of Decem
ber amounted to nearly $1,500,
divided ss follows, in round fig-ur'-:
Waumca district court,- $196.
00; Koloa, $500; Lihue. S350; Ka
waihau, $300: Hanalci. $125.
It inav be explained that the ex
cess at Koloa over Lihue, Waimea
and other towns, does not indicate
that the good people over there
"broke loose" during December.
The fact is that the Kolou police
rounded up several large bunches
of offenders, the total of whose
fines ran into big money.
Sheriff Rice states that court
business during 191 1 was rather
heavier than for the preceding
year, and that collections from
fines and costs ran somewhat over
Now Year's Eve
Nuniuous dinners and lions
parties all over the island marked
New Year's live. There were no
really big events anywhere, the
largest probablv being the open
ing of Kalaheo hall mentioned
elsewhere. String bandi were out
in Waimea. visiting also other
neighboring towns; and all along
the line around to Kil.uiea, orches
tras were out serenadi g. The Ha
nalei glee club visited Lihue and
the music was much enjoyed.
Lectures Called Out
Miss Wilcox received n wireless
this morning Iron) Miss Mable
Bosher stating that she would be
! unable to leave for Kauai todav,
on which account her two lectin es
upoiiitixl for this week have lieeu
New Waimea Teachers
j Miss Cummings and MUs Jnck
I sou have retired from the Waimea,
school and will return to the east
They applied for places in Ilouo-!
lulu, but there were no vacancies
just now. Miss Not taye. a niece.
GGLfRTS NEF S1471
i J us i new, aims .Minute, niece i , ...
'of Dr. Nottage. of Homll,i, and,1!' K-,KWV 1 lie public are cor
'Mrs. Nora Cl ang, .f Waimea, dwllv nvhtil " the service.
!...vv ii. '!,! tin.- -.t.t . ai 1 !u M.'nil.
Mi X .ttat is .i norm il tradu-
l ate, and specialize in art.
found on early maps as such. It
was August thirteenth, 1S80, that
the district was divided into two,
bv act of legislature with King
Kalakaua's signature. Kawaihau,
meaning "ice-water" was said to
have received its name at the
hands of King Kalakatia and his
party, on their assumption of
"The simple life" when the move
was made from Honolulu to Kau
ai, to inaugurate cane planting at
Kapahi, a venture that was never
pushed to completion. Lihue, in
a iocal sense, and from which the
name of the district was derived,
meant only that little pDrtion of
land upon which the present vil
lage, as consisting of bank, post
office and store, now stand.
I shall deal tonight with that
part of t'ne district of Lihue, in
eluded between the Wailua rivers
and the Gap, tor though the early
residents lived far apart they were
nevertheless members of one social
and business community and keen
ly interested in all that concerned
that little community.
Continued in next issue.
01 HH IE
A Filipino named Julio de la
Cruz is under arrest at Waimea on
a temporary charge of carrying a
deadly weapon. Before the case
comes to trial, however, it is like
ly that he will lie "charged with
'assault with a deadly weapon.
It is alleged that last Thursday,
at Camp 2. de la Cruz opened fire
with a pistol on another Filipino
named Anastacio Painpin. The
latter was not struck, but did some
lively dodging and got away to
make complaint against his assail
ant. A woman was at the bottom of
the shooting aifair.
Eleele Society Notes
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Moler en
tertained at dinner New Year's
'live lor Mr. Kklund and Harry
Captain rnd Mrs. George B.
Leavitt were host and hostess at a
very prettily appointed dinner on
N e w Year's live, their guests be
ing M r s. Hastie, Misses liva,
Janet, Marion and Maile Hastie,
and Messrs. liby, Dillingham, Al
SiJnugh and Miller.
Miss Maile Hastie returned to the
Normal school i u Honolulu by
Miss Jessie Lee Deems and her
mother, also Misses Grace and
Francis Pillar, returned to Hono
lulu in Saturday's Kinau.
Mrs Pillar, Misses Grace and
Francis Pillar and Messrs. Harry
Moler. Miller and Iiklund enjoved
a trip to Olokele canyon on New
On Sunday next, January 10th,
at the Lihue Hawaiian Church will
be held .i memorial sei vice for the
late C. K Haae, who died Novem
her 2t!i at his home in Waipouli,
Kawaihau District. It will b un
der the leadership of lion. W. 1.1.
i Rice, Sr., tmstor protein of the
church, assisted by Judge James
" IfcWiL-ox will
' tamotrow from Honolulu.
1!L IN HURT IN
John Lovell, Ir., driver for the
Nawiliwili Garage, had a collision
with a train of cane cars makai of
the Hotel Lihue Saturday after
noon that partially wrecked his
mail truck and came near resulting
seriously to himself.
Lovell had left the postofficc
with his load of mail and was
speeding down the Nawiliwili road
to catch the Kinau at the lauding.
When the car track below the ho
tel was approached, a train of cane
cars suddenly backed in across the
road. Lovell tried to check his
machine, and partially succeeded;
but the crash was sufficient to
throw him off his seat and partial
ly wreck the vehicle.
The radiator of the autotruck was
broken and one wheel was smash
ed, besides which there were minor
injuries, which will call for re
pairs. Lovell was cut about the neck,
and was considerably bruised and
There has been some comment
of late regarding the speed made
by the mail car on its wav to steam
ers; and there appears to be a feel
ing that a little less speed and
greater safety would go well for a
TO USliRS OF TELEPHONES.
On January 10, 1915, the Kauai
Telephonic Company, Ltd.. will change
its pay station rates to the following per
Local calls will be 5 cents in place of
Calls outside of a local district will be
charged for at the rate of one half cent
per aerial line mile over which the con
versation is to be transmitted.
A radius of ten miles from the tele
phone beimg used will be considered as
a local district.
Eor any distance 'over ten miles an
additional 5 dents will be charged.
Kalaheo Hall Opened
The new, public hall at Kalaheo
was formally opened with a recep
tion and dance Friday evening.
About 250 people were present.
The motion picture program had
to be cut out on account of an ac
cident to the apparatus, but re
freshments, music and terpsichor-
eau specialties more than filled the
Among the many noted in the
gathering were: Mr. and Mrs.
Thurtell, Mr. and Mrs. Harold
Morgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. I. Silva,
Dr. and Mrs. Glaisyer, Mr. and
Mrs N.A.Akana, Capt. and Mrs.
Leavitt. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Mor
se, Misses Eva Hastie, Maile Has
tie, Helen Von Arnswaldt, Helen
Bryant. Janet Hastie, Strayne,
M irion Hastie and Messrs. Eklund.
Miller, Dillingham, liby, Joe Fas
S'lth, Hans Fassoth, Francis Lv
uian, W . Dj. McBryde, Kamanu
w..i. S. Haiujestad and others.
Mr. Dickey On Kauai
C. 11. Dickey, lather of Judge
L. A. Di:key, has been visiting
his son fir a week and, incidental
ly, seeing the sights of Kauai.
He has taken in the various can
vor.s and prictically evcrythiugelse
of intiust in a scenic way; and
i expresses Viimself as delighted
I with what ae has seen, ,