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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FKJ RUARY 2, 1915
THE HARBOR BOARD
BUSY WHILE HERE
CoprrluM llttt Schtitnei Ic Mux
ISilva's Toggery, Honolulu.
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
O. Box 524
LATEST WIRELESS NEWS
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Washington The German admiralty announces tint in the luttle
of the North Sea, the English lost one battle crniser and three des
troyers. Report concerning the Kolberg is false.
Executions of Fick and Goueudler have taken place.
Paris In Flanders, yesterday, there were only artillery thirls at
Cuhichey. No events in east Prussia.
London A supposedly German submarine was seen today at
, Southport, 8 miles North of Liverpool channel. Traffic seriously dis-
located by the sudden war on commercial ships by German submarines.
Big jump in marine insurance.
Berlin German press exhultant over results of raids on enemy's
shipping. Newspapers hope commercial war will strike to the roots
of British oversea commerce.
Paris French press indignant at war on commercial shipping,
begun by German submarines. The Balkan States agency in Athens
says Greece will aid Servia, if a new Austrian invasion is begun.
Petrograd Heavy fighting with Germans on Warsaw has been
resumed. New offensive movement begun.
Tokio Coronation of Emperor takes place November 10th. '
San Francisco The storm has destroyed property to the extent of
$300,000, at Venice and Long Beach. Federal circuit court upholds
constitutionality of statute making possession of opium a penal offence.
Honolulu Police believe the soldier held for murder of another
soldier, is the guilty mun.
Meyer sentenced to jail and fined for driving auto when drunk.
Ohia is being shipped to the coast lor piers in San Francisco har
bor. (Continued on page 6)
E OF OU CLUB
The dance of the Ou Club in
Lihue Social hall Saturday night
turned out to be a very pleasant
aff nr, although the attendance was
lighter than had been expected.
About 35 were present, most of
whom were ladies. The party was
made up principally of local people.
The decorations were very pret
ty, Hawaiian orange vine predomi
nating in the scheme.
Things were jollied up by a few
round dances, and during the even
ing all of the new dances were in
troduced. In the absence of Mr. Hanne
stad, H. Vincent officiated as floor
master. Miss Wilcox and Miss
Jordan received the guests.
The new Maliua orchestra, which
is being coached by J. II . Coney
for the Red Cross benefit program
Saturday night next, supplied
The rumor monger in regard to
candidates for the shrievalty has
been quite active in the past few
days. It is reported, for instance,
that Joseph I. of Hanalei, familiar
ly known as "Iokepa", will appear
in the field as a Democrat; while
Wm. Ebeling, of Makaweli, may
try his fortunes as a Progressive
It is believed by many, however,
that Rice will be able to defeat
both together in the Primary.
f Derby To Town
Dr. Derby, the dentist, left
1 Saturday for Honolulu to attend a
meeting of the Board of Dental
Examiner, of which he is a mem
ber, lie will Le back tomorrow.
The Waimea Contest
There will be a lively, three-
cornered contest for the nomina
tiou on the Republican ticket for
supervisor of the Waimea district,
with a rumor out that a fourth
(Mr. Rankin) may still enter the
race. The men definitely in the
running are Th. Brandt and J. A
Akiua of Waimea, and B. D. Bald
win, of Makaweli.
The contest promises to be a very
Chairman Forbes, Colonel Chas.
J. McCarthy and T. M. Church,
of the Harbor Commission, arrived
at Lihue by the Kinau Wednesday
morning and spent the time from
then to Saturday afternoon look
ing over various public matters of
Soon after landing they took an
auto for Hanalei for the purposa
of examining the wharf projects
on that side. The wharf at Hana
lei, which has recently received
some attention at the hands of the
commission, was gone over, as
was also the site of the abandoned
wharf at Auahola.
The following day Thursday
the three gentlemen left for Hoi oa,
where they interviewed various
interests in regard to the new
wharf proposed for that place. .
KOLOA WHARF NOT.
From the opinions received
the commissioners practically came
to the conclusion that the expendi
ture of a large sum for a new
wharf at Koloa at the present time
was not justified by the amount of
business in sight for such a wharf,
a large part of the freight arriving
at and leaving Koloa being trans
ported over the Kauai Railway
via Port Allen; and there being
no likelihood of a change in this
arrangement as a result of a new
The conclusion was, therefore,
reached to continue the use of the
present facilities, the understand
ing being that they will be im
proved by the owners in certain
THE WAIMEA WHARF
The Waimea wharf propo
s i t i o n was gone into quite
thoroughly, those immediately a
interest being consulted. It was
decided to take the matter up
further with the agents of Mrs.
Knudsen and others, at Honolulu,
with a view to obtaining a satis-
factory settlement of property
rights involved before a beginning
On Friday the Commissioners
went over the entire line of the
proposed new railroad from the
VVaipouli homesteads to Ahukini,
and later Nawiliwili. Thev were
accompanied on that tour by Pres
ident Isenberg, of the Lihue
Plantation Company, and others
Luncheon was had at the residence
of Mr. Cheatheam, the commis
sioners spending most of the day
in the neighborhood and returning
to Lihue at night.
Saturday morning the party set
off to look over the situation
around Kalaheo, examining par
ticularly the new road which has
been built aronnd Kukuilono park
for the benefit of the later home
steaders. They returned in time to
catch the steamer in the afternoon
for Honolulu, haying had a very
strenuous, but, apparently, a very
profitable tour in the wav of much
Mr. Forbes, besides being chair
man of the Harbor Commission, is
Superindentent of Public Works.
Colonel McCarthy, a member of
the Commission, is Territorial
Treasurer. Mr. Church is head
of the merchandise department of
Messrs. Alexander & Baldwin,
At the Red Cross entertainment
Saturday evening, a charge of $1
for automobiles and 50 cents for
other vehicles entering the grounds
will be made. W. N. Stewart has
been appointed gate-keeper and
will be the collector.
SLOGGET At Hamakuapoko,
Maui, January 23, 1915, to the
wife of H. D Sloggett, a son.
WILCOX-In Honolulu. Jan
uary 26, 1915 to Mr. and Mrs.
Charles H. Wilcox, a daughter.
Judge Dickey had a real, live
wedding in his office at the Hotel
Lihue Sunday evening, the con
tracting parties being Japanese.
The couple arrived without wit
nesses, but the deficiency was made
up by calling in one of the male
servants of the hotel and a cham
bermaid to officiate as bridegroom
and maid of honor.
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PLAYERS ALL STAR COMPANY
George Webb Florence Oakley
and entire company which broke all records in
Waimea, February 17
Waimea, February 18
"BOUGHT AND PAID FOR"
Koloa, February 19
Lihue, February 20
Lihue, February 22
"FINE FEATHERS" or
' "THE CONSPIRACY"
Prices: Reserved Seats, $2.00, $1 .00. General Admission 50c.
Advance Sale opens February 5 at Hofgaard & Co's. Store, Waimea; Kauai
Trading Co., Koloa; Lihue Store