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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 11. NO. 26.
KLIHUE, KAUAI. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. JUNE 29, 1915
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 l'ER YEAR 5 WW W
UHUES HE FIRST GAME
1 m BRYDE
Both Kahunas went wrong in
the baseball game at Liluie park
Sunday afternoon. The Lihue Ka
huna had predicted that the con
test would end 3 to 8 in favor of
the honie-team; while Jjie McBryde
T.ahuna had figured it out 2 to 6
in favor of the visitors. It goes to
show that even Kahunas do not
always count on" balloon acts"and
other items that shift the tide of
rue had much the best of the
to the fourth inning when
the homers went square into the
air and let the visitors in for six
straight runs. After that, how
ever, the game tightened to the
last half of the ninth innings when
the Lihucf, made a desperate drive
,and won the game, the score being
9 to 8
A very big Lihue audience wit
nessed the game, although auto
mobile row was a trifle light.
The game progressed as follows:
For. the McBrydes, Gabriel sing
, led and made second on bad error
of Makanani. Takeuchi flew out
to J. Fernandez, and Spalding died,
Makanani to first. Costa hit safe,
and Gabriel Scored. Lorenzo fann
ed. Lihues, Akana out, Takeuchi
to-first. J. Fernandez fanned and
E. Lovell tapped out to Takeuchi.
At the beginning of thv. second
innings, J Malina arrived on first
Ijase, and the substute, Tomo, was
k.tlftited. Perriera failed at first.
' Akana hit safe, and on overthrow,
pitcher to first, made second. Pa
clieco out. third to first, Aka flew
out to J. Fernandez. Lihues up,
M. Fernandez and C. Kuhlmann
singled, and on passed ball Fer
nandez scored. I. Malina hit for
one bag. H, Malina flew out to
Spalding, and Makanani fanned. I
A Kuhlmann cot first on error of
Perreira, and C. Kuhlman and Ma
lina scored. Ahana fanned.
In the third innings, Gabriel
was retired, Makanani to Malina,
Takeuchi failed at first. Spalding
safe on error of Lovell. Costa
reached first on account of C.
Kuhlmann and J. Fernandez col
liding in the field. Lorenzo flew
out to A. Kuhlmann. Lihues to
bat. J. Fernandez fanned. Lovell
singled but was thrown out at sec
ond. M. Fernandez hit safe and
stole around to third. The ball
was thrown to third, and Fernan
dez wnsdeolared out by the base
ipire. The umpire was in er
ror: the man was not properly out.
- In the fourth innings Perriera
fanned, Akana singled and Pache
co toul tipped to catcher. Aka
was struck by pitcher, and Gabriel
got first on en or of catchet. On
passed b a 1 1 by catcher Akana
scored. Takeuchi singled scoring
Aka. Spalding reached first on
error of I. Malina, and in a mix-up
and some wild throwing, Gabriel
and Takeuchi tallied. Costa sing
Fun For Children
The usual Fourth of July pro
gram for children will take place
at Liluie park next Monday after
noon, beginning a t 3 o'clock.
There will be lots of ice cream and
sports, with prizes. This time. the
competitors will be divided into
.four groups boys and girls and
under and abeve ten y:ars of age;
and the contests' will be by these
divisions. The Lihue band will
The Kauai Garage Co,,, Lihue,
made delivery of the finei new car
of Sheriff W. H. Rice, Jr.
led and Spalding scored, and in
another mix-up of the Lihues,
Costa stole home. Lorenzo struck
for one sack, but Perriera retired
the side at first. Lihues up. C.
Kuhlmann was retired, Spalding
to Lorenzo. J. Malina singled and
on a swift drive by II. Malina 'for
one bag, scored. II. Malina ran
over second and was thrown out.
In the fifth innings Akana and
Pacheco fanned and Aka flew out
to M. Fernandez. Lihues to bat,
A. Kuhlman fanned and Ahana
died, pitcher to first. J. Fernan
In the sixth innings. Gabriel was
retired. Makanani to first, and
Takeuchi failed at first. Spalding
walked, but Costa fouled to catch
er. Lihues to bat, Lovell singled,
and M. Fernandez failed at first.
'On a bad throw catcher to Pache
co, Lovell scored. C. Kuhlman
fanned. J. Malina struck for two
bags, but H. Malina retired the
side at first.
In the seventh innings, Lorenzo
and Perriera fanned. Akana made
first on error of Makanani. Pa
checo hit to third tor one bag. and
on bad error of M. Fernandez, on
third, in throwing to first in place
of holding the ball against the
leading runner, Akana had an un
expected and easy romp.horue .Pa
checo was thrown out rather neat
ly by M. Fernandez at third. At
this point the McBrydes sent Aka
to right field and put Akana in the
box. Makanani walked. A. Kuhl
hit sate but facilitated throwing
Makanani out at second. Kuhl
mann tried to steal second and was
retired. Ahana fanned.
Aka opened the eighth", and was
retired. M. Fernandez to first.
Gabriel fanned. Takeuchi walked
but was thrown out in a try for
second. Lihues to bat. .1 Fernan
dez flew out to pitcher, E. Lovell
to Costa and M. Fernandez to
Then came the final. Spalding'
reached first, on error of Makanani,
followed by Costa on error of I.
Malina. Lorenzo flew out to A.
Kuhlmann and in a double play
Spalding was retired at second.
Perriera died at first. Lihues up,
C. Kuhlman singled, while J. Ma
lina struck for two bags. H. Ma
nia followed with a two bagger,
land Kuhlmann and J. Malum tal
lied. Makanani flew out to Costa.
A. Kuhlman let drive for two
bags, and II. Malina tallied Aha
na flew out to Conta. J. Fernan
dez singled and on overthrow by
Spalding to the plate. A, Kuhlman
romped home, deddincr the con
test. The score by innings was as fol
lows. 123456789 Total
McBryde 1 0 0600100 8
Lihue 030101004 9
Kauai People To Coast
Among the Kauai people leav
ing Honolulu in the Matsonia to
morrow for the big show in San
Francisco arc: Mrs. Win. Hastie-,
Miss Janet Hastie, Mr. and Mrs
D. LVons. Mr. and Mrs. C. B.
Morse, Miss Marion Hastie, Miss
Eva Hastie, H. H. Brodie, Miss
Katherin Maclntyre, Mrs. Florence
Johnson, II. C. Brown and wife,
Miss C. Brown, Miss Mumford and
A party of fifteen ladies, headed
by Mis. JohtuHogg, gave a very
happv bathing partv to forty chil
dreii at Niumalu yesterday after
Honolulu H. P. Wood's case
As a result of perjury in obtaining license last year and deals with
Bartlett. Marlowe denied license by commission. Case will go to
county attorney on pfejurv investigation.
The Frys Case Again
Washington Berlin cannot justify the sinking of the American
Lship Wm. P. Frye. The Washington note of reply to Germany dames
the contention of the Kaiser s government that the sinking of the ves
sel and destruction of her cargo was lawful. Payment of damages by
Germany will not square the raid as the treaty of 1779 between the
United States and the kingdom pf Prussia prevents even the detention
of the vessel if contraband is surrendered.
British Bark Sunk
London The British bark Dumfrieshire has been sunk by a sub
marine. Thaw Declared Saue
New York The Federal commissioners declare, after examina
tion, that Thaw is sane, and may be set at liberty pending hearing of
his appeal from former verdict. He was brought here from New
Cornell Wins Boat Race
Poughkecpsie Cornell won the Varsity boat race litre yesterday,
with Stanford second and Syracuse
Italians Enter Trentino
Rome Italians troops have entered Trentino and four columns
are moving from Bcissina and Verona against Trient.
Conditions In Russia
Pctrograd The office pf Minister of War in the Russian cabinet
has "been, given to a man of the people, General Polanivoff.
Czar Nicholas has gone to the front.
Cabinet has been reorganized with a view to bringing the govern
ment closer to the people.
Following the loss of ground in Galicia, the retirement ot the
Russians has been orderly, and a new alignment is expected to change
the situation. Sanguinary fighting along the river San.
Honolulu News reached here today ot a voluntary cut in freight
rates on sugar between California and a'zone' the-eastern boundary of
which is Milwaukee.
Conditions In Mexico
Washington State Department advices sav that Zapata forces are
holding. Mexico City, having again defeated the attacking forces of
Official investigation is being made to determine who are the
(Continued on page 5)
The Ilasties To Coast
Mrs. Hastie and the Misses
anet, Marion and Eva Hastje
sailed by the Kinau Salurdav af
ternoon for Honolulu where they
will catch an outward steamer for
the big fair at San Francisco. They
will spend the remainder of the
Summer at the coast, returning
about September 1. Miss Maile
Hastie will spend the summer with
her sister, Mrs. Captain G. B.
Lcavitt, at Port Allen.
Last Tuesday evening Mr. and
Mrs. R. L. Hughes, Elcelc, enter-
tained at dinner in honor of Miss'poza, John Hose Koani, Frank
Ella Barbara Lee
nd Mr. Deyerill.
Miss Lee and Mr.
and Mrs. H,
Lee and Mr,
N. Browne, Miss Etta
Judge Hofgaard Returns
Judge C. B. Hofgaard returned
last Wednesday morning to his
Waimea home from San Frauchco.
He was a little ill on the coat-t,
contrictinga severe cold; but he
reports having seen much of the
exposition and had a "good time"
generally. He has much praise for
the Hawaii showing at the big fair.
The Browns To Coast
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Brown, of
the Waimea school, left in the Ki
nau Saturday afternoon for Hono
lulu and the coast, to be away until
the reopening of the schools in
September. While in California
Mrs. Brown will take treatment at
Warren Gregory, brother-in-law
of Mrs. M.A. Dean, of Lihue, who
has been making a tour of the is
lands, paid a flying visit to Lihue
last Friday and Saturday. His
home is in California,
will.be reviewed by the Chamber
CIRCUIT COURT JURORS
Grand a n d trial jurors were
drawn last Thursday for the July
term of the Circuit Court. In the
grand jurv list are eighteen names,
although one (Edward A. Palmer)
left the island a short tin: ago,
reducing the total to seventeen
Following is the grand jury list
Aylmer F. Robinson, Jackson l.
Myers, Edward A. Palmer, John
Mendes, Jr.; E. A. Knudsen. II.
W. Kinney. F. A. Alexander, I).
K. Hayselden, F. II. Weber, of
Waimca; Geo, F. Winter, P. A.
Romane, J. K. Burgess. Frank- Ra-
Waipa Akana, Robert Davis Israel,
F. Weber, of Lihue; ltd. C. Foun
tain. The trial jury list contains 26
names two juries and two extra.
It is as follows:
' Robert K. Nakea, Isaac K. Hart.
Carl Ltndemauu, J. L. Robertson,
Jas. Richard Keolewa,' Peter James
Lewis, Ed. G. K. Dcverill, George
Kanehiwa, John Po Kamanuwai,
N. Napolean. John Francis Ra
poza, A m el, Valpoon, Samuel
Louis, Fred Eggerking, Edward
Joseph Morgan, II. W. Robbins,
James K. llano, Maulili Kapule,
John Kaeo Akana, Arthur C. Ban
ham, Don. J. Jarvis, Heinrich L.
Kuhlmann, John Silas Chandler,
Lawrence J. Mundon, Jens'C.
Jacobsen, Win Antone Fernandez.
James A. Downard and wife a,ud
Miss Nichols, of Indiana, are here
on a visit to Frank CiawforiL of
the Lihue Branch Batik of Hawaii.
The visitors are from the home
State and are old friends of the
local banker. They remain a couple
of weeks or
more here and will
visit some of the other is'ands be-
fore returning home.
CLOSING EXERCISES AT
THE KAUAI HI SCHOOL
The closing exercises of the Ka
uai High and Grammar School
were held on Friday, June 25. and
were enjoyed by a large gathering
of parents and friends of the pupil..
The program was planned esneci
ally for the bovs and girls and
was a departure from the usual
scheme of speeches and recitations.
The day began with the salute
to the flag and the singing of na
tional souas. The principal then
read a list o f the best records
made in scholarship, attendance,
and school activities. The plans
for the day were outlined for the
benefit of the guests. j Among t h e most interesting
A musical program, tinder the events of tlie meet were the exlii
direction of Miss Ominanuev, bttion races betweti the Fernan
which included the singing of the des brothers of St. units C.illeg ,
High School songs, was received t0 establish records for the new
with hearty applause. Honorable lrnck. In the 50 yd. dash the le
W. H. Rice then entertained the niarkab'.e time of 525 seconds
assembly with a number o f ex-'
tremely interesting legends of the
ancient Hawaiiaiis. This proved
to be one of the most pleasing fea-
lures of the.day and was thorough-
RENT GAR GARAGE
Carpenters last week began the
construction of a building next to
the harness shop, back of Tiik
Gaktjkn Island office, which,
when completed, will become the
hea Upiarters of a first-class tailor j
Hie Diiiidiug will tace toward tlie
Garden Island lane.
Next to it, at the corner of the
lane and the road lending up to
the residence of Hon. W. II. Rice,
there will be constructed a build
ing to be used as a gaiage - when
autos for the rent service will In
kept. Vun Tim mid other well
known public chaffeurs will (piar
ter tluir machines there.
Plans are also in the making for
cutting a new street Irotn near the
residence of J. M. Kancakua and
running through to a point near
Sheriff W. II. Rice's boundary,
along which a number of pretty
cottages may be built for rent.
There has of lute been ail increas
ing demand for cottages of this
Tlie improvements as a whole
will add much to the appearance
of the locality and t tit conveniei.ee
of the public.
Senator and Mrs. Clias, A. Rice
entertained a partv of friends Fii-
dav evening, the features being
swimming, dinner and dancing
Among those present, with the
host and hostess, were: Mr. and
Mrs. R. P. Spalding. Mr. and Mrs.
E. A. Knudsen, Mr. and Mrs. G.
P. Wilcox, Mr. and Mrs. Guv
Rankin, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Rics. lr., Mcsdauies Noonan and
Collins, of Honolulu; Mesdames
Scott and Ralph Wilcox, of Lihue;
the Countess faenni; Misses Mcln
tyre. Paris, Edith and Juliet Rice,
and Messrs. James Spalding, Car
stairs. W, D. McBryde. Cyril O.
Smith and Harrison Rice.
The type made this paper say
last week that R. D. M'oler hail
charge of the festival progoam at
Eleele the preceding Saturday and
Sunday. It should have been J.
J C. Moura.
ly appreciated by all.
After Mr. Rice's talk, the stud
ents and their guests repaired to
the playground for :t c.tiival of
sports. A game of basketball !-e-tween
two picked tenuis of j-irls
furnished plenty o f excitement
and ended with a margin of lint
one point for the vvinneis.
The short sprints was next mi
the program. These events were
all close and exciting, and provd
the new High School straightaway
track to he fast. The 'jumping,
shot putting and pole vaulting
was ,ade by Manuel Ferniindes,
w, fiiiisslicd less than a foot ahead
f his lirniw i?t-,l- t., .i. um
yd, dash Manuel again finished
(Continued on page 5.
OUT THE JAPANESE
The old saytng that "the worm
will turn" was exemplified again
Sunday afternoon wla-n the .iaka
weli baseball team nut the near
champion Japanese to rout. The
game was played at Makaweli. un
der favorable weather conditions
and hefoie a very large audience.
So signal was thi victoiy that
the Japanese not only failed to
score, but got onlv two men as far
as third base in the entire name.
They simply eou'd not hit Kruse,
oi when thev did were fielded out.
In the ihiul innings the Maka-
welis scored three o f their six
runs. These were the result of
heavy batting and clever base steal
In the fifth innings the pitcher
of the Japanese sustained an injury
to his finger and their old pitcher
went to the box. In that half three
more runs were made bv :he home
team, although they failed to score
Kruse, uitcher for the Maka
welis, struck out fifteen men, and
allowed only three hits. Fassoth
was behind the bat.
The score by innings was as fol
lows: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total
Makaweli. 031)030000 6
J, A. C 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
ABOUT 0L0 WAiLUA
The vKuuai flistoncal Society
held its annual meeting in the Li
luie Library Thursday afternoon,
quite a large number of members
Hon. W. II. Rice was re-elected
president for the ensuring year,
and Miss Elsie Wilcox was re-elected
secretary and treasurer.
The linrary feature of the even
ing was a paper read by Judge L.
A. Dickey, dealing with the his
tory of Wailua, this island. A let-
ter from Miss Johnson, dealing
with historical matters, was read;
and sevcrai took part in the discussion.