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LIHUE, KAUAI. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. JUNE 8, 1915
SUBSCRIPTION' RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER OY
They have been having lots of fun
'with the law relating to estrays in
the Kalaheo neighborhood lately.
First of all Manuel Andrade and his
brother seized a cow belonging to
the McBryde Sugar Co., and de
manded S5 damages and the legal
fee of 75 cents. The McBryde Sugar
Company refused to pay on the
ground that the amount claimed
was excessive. The Andrades
aver, however, that the cow has
been on their premises for the past
six months, and that its boardt is
cAieap at one dollar per.
'n the meanwhile, it is said
the offending animal will be turn
ed into perfectly good beef,
John Abreu, manager of the
Homesteads emporium, also has a
cow that has gotten into similar
trouble. This particular bovine is
alleged to have wandered into the
premises of Manuel Santos, a
homesteader. Santos thinks the
animal did $5 of damage, b u t
Abreu says he'll be kicked and
hooked if he'll pay any such exor
The Koloa court will be called
upron to straighten out both mat
ters on Thursday.
M Prior to sailing last Wednesday
lor San Francisco Governor Pink
ham appointed the accident boards
of the various islands provided for
by Senate Bill 2, introduced in the
Legislature by Senator A. L. Castle
on February 18 last and signed by
the Governor in April "relating to
compensation to employees for
personal injuries sustained in the
course of their employment."
Mr. A. D. Hills, one of the api
pointees to the Kauai board, is
away in California and, owing to
impaired health, may not serve.
The Advertiser (Honolulu) had
the following to say in explanation
of the appointment of the boards
for the various islands:
Governor Pinkham appointed
yesterday the members of the in
dustrial accident boards for the
City and County of Honolulu and
the Counties of Hawaii, Maui and
Kauai. These boards are provid
ed for under the workman's com
Sensation law passed by the last
.ission of the legislature. The
members are appointed for terms
respectively of one, two, three,
four and five yeats, one member
of each board having his term ex
pire every year, the successors
being then appointed for terms of
five years. Five members consti
tute each board and they shall se
lect their own chairman.
The appointments made by the
Governor yesterday are four terms
beginning July 1. this year, when
the workman's compansation law
takes effect. The appointments
and terms of the office of the mem
bers of the various boards are as
Appointments To Boards
City and County of Honolulu
Robert B. Booth, one year; A. J.
Campbell, two years; Frank O.
Boyer. three years; S. S. Paxson.
ffour years and Frederick E. Steere,
County o f Hawaii J. Frank
Woods, one year; David Ewaliko,
two years; Dr, H. B. Elliott, three
years; James Webster; four years,
and H. A. Trustlow, five years.
County of Maui W. H. Field,
L1HUES WIN GAME
The Lihue baseball team defeat
ed the Makawelis in a game on
the local grounds Sunday after
noon a contest in which fortunes
swayed back and forth several
times. The Makawelis seemed to
be a little off form, while the Li
hues undoubtedly put up their
fiercest batt'c of the season. It
was cdso to be noted that the Ma
kawelis entered the game rather
overconfident. That confidence
reached a "nothing to it" point in
the second innings, when the visit
ors made four runs, and right
there it proved fatal, for the Li
hues braced up and in the next
four innings hardly gave the Ma
kawelis lime to catch breath.
Toward the last, however, the
Makawelis began to realize that
they would have to play to the
limit of their possibilities, and
came near turning the tide again
the other way. but it was too late.
The .crowd was not a large one,
but there was considerable excite
ment as the game progressed.
Much of the credit for the vic
tory of Lihue must be given to A,
Kuhlmann, who has developed in
to one of the strongest pitchers ot
The score by innings was as fol
Mukaweli 040000220 8
Lihue 10132200x 9
STANDING OF TEAMS
Sunday's game at Eleelc gave to
the J. A. C. team the champion
ship of the first series. The stand
ing of the teams is as follows:
J. A. C, .4 1
McBvde, 3 '2
Makaweli, 2 3
Lihue, 1 4
Fish Dynamiters Soaked
Two Hawaiians were before the
Koloa court yesterday on the
charge of dynamiting fish. One
was fined $25 and costs. In the
other case sentence was suspended
An interesting feature of this
case was that the arrest wasinade
under the new law which provides
that half of the fine shall go to the
informer. It is anticipated that
with this inducement to informers
the courts will have many such
cases to handle in the future.
Kalaheo Holy Ghost
The Portuguese of the Kalaheo
neighborhood will have a Holy
Ghost festival on the grounds of
the Catholic church there next
Saturday evening and Sunday
Saturday niji. the leading feature
will be a big bazaar.
The band from Lihue has been
engaged to supply music.
The freighter Kentuckian will
be expected at Port Allen Thurs
day morning. She will bring about
fifty tons of general cargo and will
take away about 2.000 tons of
one year; Will J. Cooper, two
years; George Weight, three years;
Judge William A. McKay, four
years; and William L. Decoto, five
County of Kauai J. H. Morag
ne, one year: Luther Dermout
Timmous, two years; II. H. Bro
die, three years; A. D. Hills, four
years, and E. E. Mahlum, five
TODAY'S 10 LATEST
NEWS BY WIRELESS
' Honolulu District Attorney McCarn mav give up the trial of
Scully on account of the difficulty in procuring a jury.
Bishop's Body To Return
San Francisco The body of the late banker Charles R. Bishop
will be taken to Honolulu for burial. Mr. Bishop died yesterday.
Villa Aud Wilson's Nole
Washington General Villa will reply to the note of President
Wilson to the effect that he has invited General Carranza to a confer
ence in neutral territory on the subject presented.
Wilson's demand was that the warring chiefs cease their strife.
Villa thinks he scents intervention in the move of the President.
Car Accident In S. F. .
San Francisco O'Neill, chief of the Department of Concessions
of the Panama-Pacific Exposition, aud a number of others were seri
ously injured last night when a Fillmore street car dashed down the
hill and came into collision with another car.
Greek King Is Better '
Athens King Constantine, of Greece, has passed the crisis and is
Rioting In Ceylon
London Word has been received from Cevlon that a large num
ber of Buddhists and Moslems have engaged in a riot, following the
looting of Moslem stores by Buddhists.
Roumania's Secret Treaty ,
London It has been discovered that a secret treaty is in existence.
signed by Roumania, Germany and
It provides that Roumania shall
Paris In a desperate attempt
lost trenches, the attacking force
In reprisal for similar methods
French sprayed the German trenches
Italy In - Financial Pool
France and England have iripluded Italv in the financial pool
which the Allies have formed for the'eonduct of their joint campaign.
ih:i M.-A'i.. n-1-...j
Tfiisuu s message ueiaycu
Washington 'The President did
to Germany last night, and it has
Why Ammunition short
The shortage of ammunition in Russia is tracable directly to the
recent triction between China and Japan, those two countries taking
up supplies uoon which Russia expected to draw.
Teutons Move Toward Russia
London The Teuton allies are continuing the assaults which
won them the Pr.emysl stronghold, and are steadily battering their
(Continued on page 8)
The Board of Supervisors held
its regular monthly business meet
ing at its office on Wednesday,
June 2nd. 1915, at 10:00 oclock A.
M. Present: H. D. Wishard, chair
man; Francis Gay, W. D. Mc
Bryde, James Von Ekekela, A.
The minutes of the previous
meeting were read and approved.
The Board approved the several
demands presented, the same to be
paid out of the following appro
priations and as follows:
Salary County Road Supervisor
Pay of Police:
Child Is Drowned
About 1 o'clock Sunday after
noon the body of Shigeru Shimizu,
boy, one year old, was found float
ing in the ditch near the camp back
of Hanamaulu mill. The facts elic
ited by the investigation seemed to
show that the little fellow had ac
cidentally fallen into the water.
Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Wilcox re
turned Wednesday morning from
Austria, expiring in 1920.
remain neutral to the leutonic al
on the part of the Germans to regain
lost 2,000 men.
adopted by the Get mans, the
with a flaming liquid.
fiat complete his second message
not yet been cabled.
Coroners Inquest 89.00
County Building. Janitor Service
County Lot & Building 321.47
County Jail 429.10
District Courts & Jails:
Koloa ' 10.00
Expenses of Election
License Collections 118.75
Co. Rd Supervisor 130.05
(Continued on page 2.)
Gamblers Rounded Up
The Koloa police have been busy
rounding up gamblers in the past
few days. At Kukuiula a bunch
of thirteen Japanese were gathered
in and put up bail of $10 each.
Yesterday they failed to appear
and the total bail of $130 was dc
clared forfeit ted,
Five Filipinos arraigned on the
same charge were fined $3 and $3
costs each. The amounts they have
not paid aud all are now in jail.
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FIRST SERIES TO
A big crowd' saw the J. A, C.
team take the measure of the Mc-
Biydcs o n Eleele field Sundav
afternoon. It w a s an off dav
for the sugar men, for they made
Foine remarkably bad plays; while
the Japanese held their end of the
contest up in fine shape.
Up to the fifth inning, Mc
Bryde had the best ot the a'pu
ment, but in the last half they
staged a balloon act and the little,
brown fellows tallied thrice, In
the sixth McBryde came back furi
ously, but in the eigth went to
pieces again and their opponents
shoved four men ovt-r the plate,
The McBrydes at times became
very erratic i n their playing,
muffing and fumbling being much
in evidence. Save for expensive
wild throw by Mitsu in the sixth,
the Japanese played a hendv game.
Sueda, the Maui southpaw, pitch
ed an exceptionally strong game
and received the best support from
his team. The hits and runs by
innings were as follow.''.;
McBryde 123456739 Total
Ru is 1 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 4
Hits 2 1 0 1 0 2 0 1 1 8
J. A C
Runs 00003004 7
Hits 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 3 s 8
McBRYDES ah k ii i-o a k
Costa If 4 0 0 0 1 2
Taketichi ss 3 0 0 1 1 1
Spalding. 2b. 4 115 2 0
Gabriel c 3 1 2 8 2 1.
Lorenzo lb 4 2 2 7 0 0
Akana 3b 3 0 2 0 1 0
A. Perreira cf 3 0 110 0
M. Perreira rf 2 0 0 0 0 3
Aka p 4 0 0 2 3 0
W. Aki rf 2 0 0 0 0 0
32 4 8 24 10 5
J. A. C.
Doi If .411110
Ohana c 4 0 0 8 2 0
Kuwamoto rf 4 1 10 0 0
Nagashisa lb i 1 0 8 0 0
Kuruse ss 4 1115 1
Kobayashi 2b 4 0 1 2 0 0
Inoshita 3b 4 1 2 3 1 0
Ogasawara cf 1 0 0 1 0 0
Taketani 2 10 2 0 0
Sueda p 3 1 2 13 0
Total. 33 7 8 27 12 i
Two base hit Sueda; three bare
hit, Gabriel. Sacrifice hit, Aka
na; sacrifice lly, A Perreira; stolen
bases, Gabriel, t; Lorenzo, 2; Aka
na. 1. Left on bases. McBrydes,
5; J. A. C, 4. Base on balls, off
Aka. 2; off Sueda, 2. Struck out
by Aka, 5; by Sueda, 8. Passed
balls, Ohana, 3. Umpires, II. M.
Ilonau and W. O. Crowcll,
Senator Wirtz Arrives
Senator A. J. Wirtz, of Oahu,
came over on the W. G. Hall Fri
day morning and is touring the is
land on business for Ilackfeld &
Company, he being a department
manager in that house. This is
the first visit of Senator Wirtz
strange as that may appear; and
he came over prepared to see most
of the island before he returns,
Kapaa Cannery Starts
The cannery of the Hawaiian
Canneries Company, near Kapaa,
began work last Thursday, or.
rather, had a complete "try-out"
and the factory was found to be in
perfect working order Operations
on a regular working scale will bi
gin this week. Mr. Horner reports
that he has ample labor for the
cannery and th U the outlook is en
A meeting of pations of the Ka
uai High And (runmnr School
was held in Lihue 1-xt TMesdv
evening at which much of interest
concerning the iistitu:ion w n s
brought out. Among the more
important features was a paper by
Principal Avery, taking the fr.rm
of a statement, the following being
its most inteiesting points-
The purpose of this repnil U to
inform you of the work ot the Ka
uai High & Grammar School, mid
to present, in a general wn . 'lie
plans for the coming vcm. It is
the earnest desire of 'lie I'm cioat
that you make this four-ohnul, and
that you cooperate with us in try
ing to make it meet the needs of
the community. Constructive criti
cism, with the real interest of the
school at heart, will do much to
make our efforts effective.
The total enrollment for the year
has been 45 p ipils; 8 have been
enrolled in the Iliuh School depart
ment aud 37 in t h e Grammar
School. The highest number in
attendance at one time was 39.
The High School pupils do not pay
tuition, but the grade pupils pay
$3 per month 'which is used to pav
(Continued on page 5)
Lihue Mired Doubles
A in i x e d doubles tournament
was started on the Lihue tennis
courts yesterday, the outcome of
that match being in favor of Miss
E. Wilcox and Mr. Avery.
The line-up for the fust round
is as fellows:
Miss E. Wilcox and Mr. Avery
Miss D. Sheldon and Mr. Kaulukou
Miss II. Sheldon and W.II. Rice, Jr
Miss Mclntyrc and Mr. Rohrig.
Miss Broadbent and Mr. Hopper
Miss Starkweatherand Mr. Morrow.
Mrs. Burke and Mr. C. II. Wilcox
Miss A, Grote and Mr. G. P. Wil
cox. June 11th
Miss Onunanney and Mr. Dole
Miss E. Wilcox and Harrison Rice.
The Tables Turned
At Koloa a Filipino named Val
entine is alleged to have been in
strumental in causing the arrest of
one Margas on the charge of carry
ing a deadly weapon. In court
Margas cleared himself and at the
same time appears to have con
vinced the police that the inform
ant, Valentine, was really the
guilty party, for the former was
released and the latter is now
charged with the offense.
Mr. Isenberg Here
Hon. P. D, R. Isenberg arrived
at Lihue Tuesday morning fiom.
Honolulu and will remain here for
an indefinite period, going to Ho
nolulu occasionally a s business
Kinney, Sr., Dead
William Kinney, father of Kihn
W. Kinney, formerly of Eleele,
W. A Kinney, the attorney, and
seven other children in the Islands,
died on Hawaii June 3 at the age