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AMEND ELECTION LAW
Siiva On Committee
THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, APRIL 13. 1915
Representative Rawlins has in
troduced in the House an amend
ment to the 'primary election law
Nvhich will add the following sec
tion: "AND FURTHER PROVIL
ED that in respect to any office to
which more than one person may
e by law elected, as, for example,
Senators of aud for any Senatorial
District, or Representatives of and
for any Representative District, ot
Supervisors of and for any County,
or any City and County, or any
subdivision of either thereof, in
the Territory, if more candidates
than the number to b e elected
shall receive su h majority of votes
only the number to be elected, as
by law provided in the given in
stance, and being those candidates
who shall have received the high
est number of votes at such Pri
mary, shall be considered and de
The Putmans Entertain
Dr. and Mrs. F. L. Putman, Li
hue, gave a delightfully appointed
dinner Friday evening in honor of
vliss Lawrence, of Honolulu, who
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tiai. Other guests present were:
Mr. aud Mrs. Gaylord Wilcox, Mr.
and Mrs. Chas. Wilcox, Misses
Elsie and Mabel Wilcox, Mr. E.
Cropp, Mr. Frank Crawford and
Mr. Albert Horner, Jr.
After the dinner the entire party
took in the entertainment at Lihue
Kauai Papers Filed
The following papers of interest
on Kauai have been filed at the
registry office in Honolulu:
Virginia de R. Ebinger to Joe de
Reis. lot 2 blk B. L. P. (Gr.)
6183, Kapaa Town lots, Puna, Ka
uai, March 29. 1915; SI.
William Charman & wf to J. K.
Cockett, Vz int. in 1 share in R. P.
482 Kul. 7713 hui land, Mahaule
pu, Koloa, Kauai, April 2, 1915;
Sugar On Kauai
The following sugar was in
warehouses of Kauai at the week
end, ready for shipment:
Kekaha Sugar Co.
Gay & Robinson
Hawaiian Sugar Co.
McBryde Plant, Co.
Koloa Plant. Co.
Lihue Plantation Co.
Makee Sugar Co.
Kilauea Plant. Co.
A German Report
The following war report from
German sources was received at
"Washington. D. C , April 12
German headquarters report, April
"On Sunday the west front was
comparatively quiet. The French
attacks in the Argonners, Combies
Height, the position at Ailly and
Priest forest were all repulsed.
Since the enemy's attack killed
with bombs three women in the
open town of Muellheim, German
bombs have been dropped on Nan
cy, in the center of the fortification
group. French officers have told
that the cathedral of Notre Dame
in Pans, the Louvre and art build
ings and Invalides buildings are
all used for military purposes, such
as searchlights, wireless apparatus
and machine guns.
"In the German advance east
ward from Mariampoli, nine Rus
sian officers, 1350 men have been
taken prisoners and four machine
guns taken. Northeast of Lomea
the Russians threw bombs of a
non-exploding but asphyxiating
'The Russians officially circulat-
d report of the mutilation of Rus
sian non commissioned officers in
the presence of German officers is
a flat and non-sensical lie, of which
no discussion is necessary.
L. A. Thurston, chairman of the
new Home Work Committee of
the Hawaii'Promotion Committee,
has appointed J. I. Silva, of Eleele,
to be the member of his committee
for the island of Kauai.
LICENSES TWICE A YEAR
Malicious Injury Case
Okada, a dairyman of Hanape
pe, opened the fence and turned
his cows into the cane field of the
Hawaiian Sugar Company. Yes
terday he was arraigned in the
Waiinea court on the charge of
malicious injury and was fined $25
Miss Geithman, ot Chicago, who
has been spending sometime with
Mrs. Heapv in the Kekaha-Wai-mea
neighborhood, left Saturday
for Honolulu and to resume a con
templated tour of the world. Mrs
C. B. Hofeaard eave a luncheon
in her hor.or last Thursday.
Mr A. Howard Wilson, of Ho
iifiltilu. sailed tor ancouver on
the Niagara to join the 4th contin
gent which is now in training in
Canada. Mr. Wilson is a brother
of the Misses Wilson, of Koloa.
Hereafter ordinary licenses will
be payable twice a year, if a bill
introduced in the Legislature by
Representative Norman Watkins
becomes law. The main provisions
of his proposed bill are as follows:
Section 1. All licenses of what
soever nature now or hereafter im
posed by statute or otherwise shall
be payable in two installments to
cover a period of six months each
Section 2. The installments
be payable respectively on
the first day of April and October
of each year; provided however
thai all licenses due on the first
day of July 1915 shall be issued
for a period of three months in ad
vance and that the first regular in
stallment as provided in this act
shall be due on the first day of
Oct., 1915; and provided further
that this act shall not apply to the
icense provisions of Chapter 183
of the Revised Laws of Hawaii of
(Chapter 183 refers to licenses
for insurance companies.)
Rice On Committee
Senator Chas. A. Rice has been
appointed one of the Senate's com
mittee on entertainment of the
The Hyades Arrives
lne freighter Hyades, voyage
52. arrived at Port Allen yesterday
morning, bringing 274 tons of
freight. She will get away at noon
today, taking 27,000 bags of sugar,
900 cases of pineapples and 150
Harry Moler, of Eleele, left last
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weeK tor a visn iu ni utu uumc ui
Harper's Ferry, W. Va. He will
also take in the big show at Sin
Japanese are erecting a building
on the makai end of the baseball
park in Koloa to be used for in
dustrial school purposes.
Mrs. Charles Christian, of liana
tnaulu, will spend two weeks at
Miss Thelma Hopper, Lihue,
entertained her young friends at a
dance last Tuesday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Avery, of
the Kauai High & Grammar
School, and C, H. Alspaujrh, voca
tional instructor, spent last week
at the cottage of the Misses Wilcox
An tone M. Souza. assistant
manager of Silva's Eleele store,
left last Wednesday for the San
Francisco fair. He will be back
in about a month.
Cards have been issued announc
ing the coming wedding of Miss
Ida Bechert, daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Albert Bechert, of Lihue, and
Arthur Kicliter, ahead carpenter
of Honolulu. The wedding will!
Kamisato Fined $15
Kamisato was arraigned in the
court at Koloa Monday morning
on the charge of violating the traf
fic ordinance and on a plea of
guilty was fined $15 and costs.
This is the man who smashed into
car 308 on the Koloa-Lihue road
Sunday week, wrecking both ma
chines. It is understood that he
paid all car damages out of court.
STATEMENT OF THE OWN
ERSHIP. MANAGEMENT, CIR
CULATION, ETC.. of The Gar.
den Island, published weekly at
Lihue, Hawaii, required by the
Act of August 24, 1912.
Editor, L. D. Timmons, Lihue,
Managing "Editor, L. D. Tim
mons, Lihue, Hawaii.
Business Managers, K. C. Hop
per, Lihue, Hawaii.
Publisher, The Garden Island
Publishing Co., Ltd,, Lihue, Ha
waii. Owners: Father Adalbert, Fair
haven, Mass., J. B. Alexander
Th. Brandt, Waimea, Hawaii, T.
H. Arendt, Waipahu, Hawaii, M.
A. Broadbent, Lihue, Hawaii, A
Brodie, Kekaha, Hawaii, B. D.
Baldwin, Makaweli, Hawaii, J. H.
Coney, Lihue, Hawaii, VTm. Dan
ford, Kekaha, Hawaii, C. S. Doe
Lihue, Hawaii, E. de Lacey, Li"
hue Hawaii, H. P. Faye. Kekaha,
Hawaii, John Fassoth, Kipahulu,
Hawaii, J. K. Farle.y, Koloa, Ha
waii, M. is. Fernandez, L,ihue, Ha
waii. Francis Gay, Makaweli, Ha
waii, Mrs. U. Hansen, Kekaha,
Hawaii, A. G. Hime, Kekaha. Ha
waii, K. C Hopper, Lihue, Ha
waii, C. B. Hofgaaid, Waiinea,
Hawaii, Hans Isenberg, Lihue,
Hawaii, E. A. Knudsen, Kekaha.
Hawaii, A. F, Knudsen, Kekaha,
Kauai, Mrs. A. S. Knudsen, Keka
ha, Hawaii, S. K. Kaeo, Lihue, Ha
waii, E. E. Mahlum, Waimea, Ka
uai, O. Onisted Est., Honolulu, E.
Omsted, R. W. T. Purvis, Lihue
Hawaii, Chas. A, Rice, Lihue,
Hawaii, Aubrey Robinson, Maka
weli, Hawaii, A. H. Rice, Hono
lulu, Hawaii, W. H. Rice, Lihue,
Hawaii, R. P. Spalding, Kealia,
Hawaii, L. D, Timmons, Lihue,
Hawaii, G. N. Wilcox. Lihue,
Hawaii, A. S. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
waii, S. W. Wilcox, Lihue, Kauai,
Mrs. R. L. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii,
C. H. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, Mrs.
A. S. Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii.
Known bondholders, mortga
gees, and other security holders,
holding 1 per cent or more of total
amount of bonds, mortgages, of
The Garden Island Publish
ing Co., Ltd., has no bonds,
mortgages, securities nor other out
standing indebtedness of any
amount or nature.
K. C. Hopper,
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 31st. day of March, 1915
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Party moving away will sell
good upr'uht piano for $70,00.
Horse, buggy, harness and house
hold goods very reasonable. "R."
Huleia School. ' It. Advt.
An important business meeting
of the Lihue Baseball Club will be
held in the district court room.
County Building, at 7:30 Thurs
day evening, March 15. All mem
bers are urged to be piesent.
Neat booklets for the vest poc-
lr - nnntoiiiiiifT lnjfr rf oil ant AO r
take place at the German Lutheian Kauaii wilh thdr mimhers on sale
church in Honolulu on April 25 th . I at this office. 15 cents each.
(Continued from page 1.)
Late afternoon Party will be
divided, about one half stopping
on the Waimea side and the others
returning to Lihue.
Evening Receptions on the
Waimea side and in Lihue. The
letter may be in Lihue Social hall
or the County building.
Morning of the fourteenth, the
guests will be in charge of indivi
dual hosts, the Waimea contingent
leaving over there in time to ioin
the party at Lihue for the start to
Hanalei at 1 p. m.
Sail from Hanalei at about 5 o'
clock for Honolulu.
This is, of course, merely the
outline of the program. It i s
understood that the Spoutine
Horn, Kukuilono Park, the Bark-
ing sanas, possibly the canyons
and other sights w:ll be visited;
while the homestead areas and
some of the plantations and mills
will be inspected. Nawiliwili har
bor will be looked over and the
br akwater project explained.
Of course it is understood that
if the weather is exceedingly bad.
the Hanalei part of the tour will
be cut out.
A feature of the program, in case
the weather is as good as it should
be at that season, is for ladies and
,?,, , .
cnnuren wno may not care tor so
much travelling as the main pro
grain calls for, to proceed to Hana
lei where they will be entertained
until joined by the main party.
Messrs. E. II. W. Broadbent, H.
Rohrig, W. H. Rice. Jr., and T.
Biandt were appointed a commit
tee on transportation.
Messrs. H. Rohrig, F. Weber
(Lihue) and II . D. Wishard were
named a commitee on finance.
The luncheon at Niumalu at
noon on Thursday, the 13th,, and
the reception in Lihue that even
ing will be arranged by and will be
under the auspices of the Mokiha
The reception at the Waimea
side will be in charge of B.D.Bald
win and assistants.
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