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CASES SET OVER
TO THE NEXT TERM
HAS CHEAP RATE
THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 30, 1915
A few days ago the Pacific Com-
merical Cable Co., Honolulu, an
nounced a schedule of low rates
on what it calls "deferred" mes
sages to the mainland. A letter re
ceived by Thk Garden Island
states the scheme as follows:
Commencing March 16th there
will be a deferred cablegram ser
vice by the Commercial Pacific
Cable Company between Honolulu
and San Francisco. The service
must be indicated by the word
"deferred' written by the sender
before the address as a part of the
address. Deferred messages must be
written in plain English. They will
be subject to a' delay of 24 hours.
The cable rate will be 8 cents per
word to San Francisco, but no
cablegram will be accept at a less
charge than one dollar. To places
on the mainland, beyond San Fran
cisco, the charge for a regular day
telegram . of ten words must be
'Example: A cablegram of ten
lar vor lu
lis to New York costs one dol-
able and one dollar for land
line. A cablegram 'of one hundred
words to New York costs eisrht
dollars for cable and one dollar
for land line."
QUESTION OF HEROES.
Editor Garden Island:
Referring to the item in your
paper last week in regards, that if
Mr. Schultze had not been at Ku
kuiula, the bridge would have been
'burnt out. I beg to state that there
were over 20 men in the ware
house not 50 feet distant unload
ing nitrate of soda and when the
locomotive blew a distress signal,
they all ran out, and got buckets
of water and put the fire out.
While the bridge was on fire,
Mr Schultze was sitting in a auto
mobile with several ladies mauka
of Kukuiula stable. -
And after the fire was put out,
he walked over to the other side of
thbridge and looked on at the
car oi sooa imrinng.
Mr. Schultze did not even give
a hand nor cave any orders, as
. the fire was fully under control,
bv 2 lunas and ample help by men
and women from the camp.
Easter servces will be held -in
the Waitnea Foreign Church Sun
day morning, April 4, beginning
at 11 o'clock. A special invitation
to all is extended to be present.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Palmer have
returned to then Lihue home, Mr
Palmer having finished work on
the Grove Farm Koloa water
jk London Is Coming
Information has been received
that Jack London still expects to
make that promised trip to Kauai
A letter from a Honolulu friend
states that Mr. and Mrs. London
will go into camp in Waimea Can
yon. Thev will be accompanied
by guides, and may have friends
with them, although that is still
The A.-H. steamer Mexican ar
rived at Port Allen last Friday
morning, unngiug t ions ui wi
go. She sailed again at 4 o'clock
SaUirday afternoon for Kabul ui,
taking 34.000 bags of sugar and
3,000 cases of pineapples.
v AUTO NUMBERS.
.Teat booklets for the vest poc
ket, containing list of all autos on
Kauai, with their numbers, on sale
at this office. 15 cents each.
1 1 4. A
J. I. Silva, the Eleele merchant,
has' been the last couple of weeks
R. J. Baker came over on the
Kinau Friday morning and gave
llustrated lectures in the Lihue
Social Hall in the afternoon and
at evening under the auspices of
the Mokihana Club. The after
noon entertainment was intended
primarily for children, although" a
eoodly number of grown-ups at
tended. The slides took the au
dience f lorn Honolulu through the
States to Washington and return,
and formed quite an interesting
and instructive excursion.
At evening Mr. Baker presented
a treat in a similar way, the pic
tures, however, being of the Yose
mite and ot other scenes in Cali
sornia, the various features being
described by the artist. The au
dience for this entertainment was
made up largely of adults.
Mr. Baker returned to the city
Saturday evening. It is his inten
tion to leave shortly for a tour of
two or three months in the West
T ! i attempt to clear the rock
and debris from the boat berth at
Nawiliwili b y hand resulted in
failure, and the contractors have
given up their job.
The men (Japanese) began work
all right and actually got out quite
a lot of rock and other material.
They found, however, that sand
had washed over and between the
rocks in such way that it acted
like cement, giving the place prac
tically a solid rock bottom. It was
next to impossible to dislodge the
rocK without the use of dynamite.
Mr. Broadbent let the contract
for the work, and the men put on
it were reputed to be experienced
in that particular line.
The conclusion now is that in
place of going to the expense of
blasting and clam-dredging the area,
should the wharf itself be extended
seaward about forty feet. That
will bring it into sufficiently deep
water for all purposes, and place
the boat-landing area out of reach
of sand washings. Chairman Wish
ard, of the Board of Supervisors,
has written t o Superintendent
Forbes to that effect.
It will cost a good deal, perhaps,
to extend the wharf, but those
most familiar with the situation
claim that when once the exten
sion is made there will no longer
be any trouble.
TWO CARS WRECKED
(Continued from page 1.)
Car No. 157, which stayed on
the right, escaped the collision. In
that car were T. W. Rath, superin
tendent of the Lawai cannery, and.
three Portuguese. The Buick had
one passenger (besides the chaf
feur) who escaped injury. The
Oldsmobile carried two Portuguese
men, one Portuguese woman and
four Japanese, including the driver.
The front part of the Buick was
demolished and the , engine was
probably ruined. The front axle
was broken, and the front wheels
fell outward on the road.
The Oldsmobile fared even
worse', the whole front section be
ing demolished, seats "torn loose
and smashed and the car made a
wreck ol, all the way through.
Sheriff Rice arrived on the scene
shortly before noon and surveyed
the wreckage. After an investiga
tion he instructed Deputy Sheriff
Henry Blake, of Koloa. to secure
the arrest of Kamisato, at Kekaha,
on the ground of violating the
county road ordinance, which was
It is rumored that the, accident
will result in one or more suits for
Judge L. A. Dickey left Satur-
'day night for a flying visit to Ho -
'nolulu, returning this morning.
Saturday morning Judge Dickey
held court for the pui pose of dis
posing o f the following cases:
John Hano, deputy sheriff of
Kawaihau, charged with reeeiv
ing a bribe; "Hoodoo," alias
Kwong Tai Chang, charged with
selling liquor; Sam Keolewa,
charged with a statutory offense.
Hano was represented by Attor
neys A. G. Kaulukou and J. M.
Kaneakua; Deputy Attorney-Gme-tal
Scott and County Attorney
Kaeo for the prosecution.
Mr. Scott moved for a continu
mice of the case to the next term,
his reasons being that the present
court team was too short for the
hearing and, moreover, other du
ties, in connection with the ses
sion of the Lecislaturc, called him
back to Honolulu.
Mr. Kaulukou objected to con
tinuance, stating that his client
desired to have the charge against
him cleared up as soon as possible.
He thought the case could be
finished in a day or two at the most.
Mr. Scott replied that the case
would last nearer six days. The
court granted the motion and or
dered the case set over to the next
The same course was taken in
regard to the cases of Kwong Tai
Chang and Sam Keolewa.
Hano was allowed to go on his
own recognizance until the time
of trial. The bail of Keolewa was
fixed at $1,500 and that of Kwong
Tai Chang at $1001 00
The court thereupon adjourned
to today to hear the final report ot
the Grand Jury.
(Continued from page 1.)
In the first five minutes of play
in the second half the High School
scored. They worked the ball
down the field, and i t rolled
through on a fumble bv the goal
keeper. The rest of the game the
ball was in the Eleele territory,
and it was only the finest kind of
defensive play that kept their op
ponents from scoring. Time and
again they rallied and booted the
ball out of danger when a score
seemed imminent. High School
made a fine kick through goal
near the end of the half, but was
penalized for off-side. The game
ended with the score 1 1 .
Koloa and Lihue lined up for
the second game with little to
choose between the teams. The
play was largely in the center of
the field and most of the time
theie was little danger of scoring.
The Lihue goalkeeper made two
nice stops but in general the attack
at the goal was weak. The game
ended with the ball in the center
of the field, neither side having
scored, Mr. D. Donald, of Koloa,
refereed both games,
After the games the four teams
and their friends were entertained
at the High School. Ice cream,
soda water and cookies were
served. Singing and out-of-door
games were played and enjoyed by
nearly a hundred children.
The success of the soccer season
has been due to the interest and
co operation of the principals of
the respective schools, and to the
helpfulness and public' spirit of
those who have aided in the trans
portation of the players, and to
those who provided the fine treat
for the children on Saturday. It
is to be hoped that similar com
petitions may be carried on be
tween the schools in the future
the real value of the present series
has been apparent to everyone who
had a part in it.
Below is the final standing of
Won Lost Tied IVr.ont
C. V. Spitz has
jFaye, of Kekaha, has also installed
1 an eight-cylinder car.
aut . 1
Notice To Candidates For Election
To County Offices Within
The County Of Kauai.
Notice is hereby given t h a t,
whereas it is required by law that
candidates for election to County
Offices shall deposit their nomina
tions with the County Clerk not
less than twenty (20) days prior
to Election, it is necessary there
fore that nominations of candidates
for election to County Offices with
in the County of Kauai, Territory
of Hawaii, be filed with the Coun
ty Clerk of the said County of Ka
uai, at his office, not later than
four (4) o'clock P. M. of Tuesday t
April 13, A. D. 1915.
Should any candidate desire that
his name be printed on the ballot
in the Hawaiian as well as in the
English language, he must make a
special written request therefor at
the time of filing his nomination.
Each nomination must be accom
panied by a deposit of twenty-five;
dollars (S25 00) and be signed by
not less than twenty-five (25)
qualified electors of the said Coun
ty of Kauai for which such election
is to be held, and, or, of the Dis
trict in which the nominee has
been nominated as a candidate.
Nomination fees must be paid in
casli or by Tost Office money order
payable to the County Clerk of the
said County of Kauai.
J. Maiiiai Kaneakua,
County Clerk, County of Kauai.
Lihue, Kuuai, March 18, 1915.
Mar. 23, 30.
May Sell Property
In the matter of the estate of
has granted leave to the adminis
trator, the Hawaii an Trust Com
pany, to sell the real estate men
tioned in the petition, the adminis-
trator to file bonds in the sura of
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GENERAL ELECTION PRO
CLAMATION. In pursuance with the law, the
Honorable Board of Supervisors of
the County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, does hereby proclaim that
a,General Election for the election
of County Officers for tha County
of Kauai will be held on TUES
DAY, the 4th day of May, A. D.
1915. throughout the said County
of Kauai between the hours of
eight o'clock A. M. and five
o'clock P. M.
The County of Kauai consists of
the Islands of Kauai and Ntihau,
and all other islands lying within
three nautical miles of the shores
thereof and the water adjneent
County Officers to be elected,
Five Supervisors, as follows:
One from the District of Waimea,
one from the District of Koloa,
one from the District of Lihue,
one from the District of Kawai
hau and one from the District of
ONE SHERIFF, ONE COUN
TY CLERK. ONE AUDITOR.
ONE COUNTY ATTORNEY,
ONE TREASURER, allot whom,
except the supervisors, are to t
elected by the qualified electors of
the Countv of Kauai.
The Supervisors are to be elected
by the qualified electors of each of
the above named districts.
The Election Precincts and Poll
ing places within and for the
County of Kauai, except the Poll
ing Place for Lihue or the Seventh
Election Precinct, will be the same
as those established by law and
used at the Tertitorial General
Election on November 3rd, 1914
last, for the election of a Senator
and Representatives to the present
Legislature of the Terrrtory of
Hawaii, from the County of Kauai.
The Polling Place for Lihue or
the Seventh Election Precinct will
be at the District Court Room at
the County Building in Lihue.
IN TESTIMONY whereof the
Honorable Board of Supervisors of
the County of Kauai hath here
unto set its hand and caused the
Seal oi the County of Kauai to be
Done at the Countv Seat at Li
hue this 3rd day of March, A, D.
County of Kauai.
H. D. Wishard
W. D. Mcbryde
Tas. Von Ekekkla
Clerk, County of Kauai.
Mar. -l 2VO.