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LIHUE, KAUA!. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. JULY G, 1915
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The Board of Supervisors of
1913-1915 of the County of Kauai
held its last business meeting at
its office in Lihue on Thursday
morning July 1st, 1915, at 10
o'clock. Present: H. I). Wishard,
Chairman; Francis Gav, W. D.
McBryde. James Von Ekekcla, A.
After the reading and the ap
proval of the minutes of the pre
vious meeting, the Board examin
ed the several hills submitted and
'approved them to be paid out of
the followiiiR appropriations, viz:
Salary County Road Supervisor
Pay of Police:
CIRCUIT COURT TO
The July term of the Circuit
will open tomorrow morning when
tlic Grand Jury will be charged
and the calendar 'will be called.
Trial jury cases will start next
Monday. Following is the calen
JURY WAIVED CASES.
(L 1297) Tai Ting vs. Ah Yen.
J. M. Kancakua, Ei., C. S. Dole
Ksq., attorneys for pkiintill'.
S. K. K'aco, Ksj., attorney for de
fendant. Plaintiff's appeal from llunalei His
, (L 1299) Associated Garage,
Ltd. vs. George A. Bertram.
(L 1301) Minnie Hanaike Mai
oho vs. Chas. Blake.
(J. S. Dole, Kmj., attorney for piain-
(Continued on page 3 )
WISE AND MILTON
Lihue turned out in great force
List evening at Hale Hooni for the
first entertainment of Hen Wise
and Katie Milton, assisted by
klCloi.se Spencer and Alice Ayers.
.Ilany of those present weie ac
, ( .tainted with the work of Wise
and Milton, and to them the popu
lar minstrel artists appeared fully
up to standard. The specialty part
o f the show was excellent and
eeryone left delighted with the
evening o f fun. Fine pictures,
mostly of a comical order, were
shown before and after the mins
It is stated that the program ar
ranged for this evening at the
same place will be even better than
that of last night. As before it
will consist of minstrel specialties,
singing, dancing and pictures.
Atkinson The Man
A. L C. Atkins-on will prose
cute ir. several cases in tne Circuit
Court durir,g the term which will
open tomorrow. For sometime
there had been speculation as to
who would come over, inasmuch as
the Attorney-General's department
was said to be unable to spare a
man. Mr, Atkinson will be depu
tized by the department to repre
sent the government.
FFTINPR CfflC P
County Lot & B-iildhg
District Courts, etc.:
Expenses of Election
Expenses o! 'Witnesses
Furnitute and Fixtures
, Attorney 17
Cty Rd Supervisor 105
& Fixtures 505.64
(Continued on page 4.)
The Board of Liquor Cpnnuis
sioners renewed all wholesale li
quor licenses on Kauai there are
no retail licenses "on this island
subject to four vjrv inipomnt con
ditions, the principal one probably
being that soliciting for orders or
sales other than at the place of
business of the licensee is cut out.
A second provision is that credit
to an amount exceeding $50 can
not be extended to any one person.
The following is a copy of the
official minutes of the meeting,
prepared by the secretary, Mr. W.
Meeting called to order at 10 a.
m. by Chairman W. II. Rice
Present G. N. Wilcox, B. D.
Baldwin, J. R. Mvers and W. D.
McBryde. W. H. Rice, Jr., In
spector. Minutes of the previous meeting
read and, upon motion, duly ap
proved. The chairman stated that the
meeting had been called for the
purpose of considering certain ap
plications lor the renewal of their
first class wholesale liquor licenses.
Due notice of the date of the
presentation and consideration of
these applications having been
given in the newspapers according
to law, the Board proceeded to
consider the following applications
for renewals: Waimea Wine Co.,
S. Ozaki, J I. Silva, C. W, Sptiz,
Fernandez & Souza, Kapaa Wine
The inspector reported favorably
on each application and recom-'
mended that license be issued.
The Board decided unanimously
that each and every applicant would
have to subscribe to the following
agreement, thus conforming to cer
tain conditions laid down by the
Board and made part ot the license
"In accepting this First Class
Wholesale Liquor License, 't is
hereby agreed by us that if at any
time we are found soliciting orders
or sales for liquors at any other
than our established place of busi
ness and the evidence of such
breach of this promise or condi
tion is accepted by a majority of
the Bo?rd of License Commission
(Continued on page 3)
Mr. Wolf, the new manager ofi
the Lawai cannery, entertained a
party of friends at a dance Thurs
RnRR COMMITTEES FOR AGGIDEN
Dr. F. L. Ptitman, E. Mahlum
and L. D. Tiininons. the commit
tee elected and empowered bv the
Chamber of Commerce to select
the committees for the Civic Con
veiivention and start them to work,
held a meeting at 5 o'clock last
Friday evening in Lihue and rom
pleted the first section of their
The Chamber h a d previously
decided what co'iunittees there
'honld le, so it was merely a ques
tion of iiliiiig them with "live
wires." It was decided bv the
general committee to appoint onlv
a few persons to each committee
with the exception of the all im
portant finance committee and to
authorize those committees to add
to their numbers as they might
fiiid necessary or desirable. The
following were named.
Committee to Arrange Literary
Program: R, L. Hughes, Ivleelc,
chairman; J. M. Lydgate, Lihue;
J. K. Farley. Koloa.
Inter-Island Transportation, In
vitations and Reception H. D.
Wishard. chairman; Frank Craw
ford and E. H. W. Hroadbent, all
of Lihue; B. D. Baldwin, Maka
weli; C. B. Hofgraid, Waimea.
Auto Transportation, Lodging,
etc. W. H. Rice. Jr. and II. Roh
ng, Lihue; and Th. Brandt, Wai
mea. Entertainments plural W D,
McBryde, Homesteads, chairman?;
J. H. Coney, Lihue; G. P. Wilcox,
Keaha; 1C. E. Mahlum, Waimea;
Sinclair Robinson, Makr.weli.
Finance Hans Isenberg, chair
man; Albert A. Wilcox, W. H.
Rice. Jr., F. Weber, E. H. W.
Broadbent and H. Rohri'. Lihue;
Gavlord P. Wilcox, Kealia; I. R.
Mvers. Kilauea; W. F. Sanborn.
Hanalei; E. Cropp, Koloa, H. P.
Fave, Kekaha; F. A. Alexander,
Eleele; B D. Baldwin, Makaweli;
T. Brandt, Waimea; Sinclair Rob
The start has already been sub
stantially made on the big features
of the Convention's program, and
during this week the subject of
transportation for delegates from
the other "slands will be taken up
b y the committee having that
matter in hand.
It is intended that by the time
of the annual meeting of the Cham
ber near the last of August, the
outline of a completed program
will be familiar to Kauai, Hono
lulu and the other islands.
iEI OFFICES SOON
Makaweli plantation is to have a
line, new office building to rake the
place of the one now occupied. It
will be a two-story structuie, of
reinforced concrete and a model of
elegance and convenience. The
lines to be followed in the design
will be similar to those of !-ome of
the larger plantations of Maui.
The first floor of the building
will be occupied by the manager
and his office staff. On the upper
floor will be offices for engineers
and other depirtment chiefs of the
plantation, thus bringing them all
together in one place.
It is understood that work on
the new building will begin in a
mouth or so. II. L. Kerr & Com
pany, o f Honolulu, architects,
have completed the plans. The
total cost of the structure will be
Deputy Sheriff W. O. Cm well
returned to Waimea by the Kinau
after spending a couple of weeks
in the city. His son returned with
Mrs. F. L. Putinan returned to
Lihue in the Kinau, accompanied
by her mother and sister.
MAKAWELI TO HAVE
ESINS ITS IRK
The Industrial Accident Board
of Kauai, appointed by the Gov
ernor to carry out the new Work
men's Compensation Act on this
island, held its first official, busi
ness session in the county build
ing, Lihue, Friday evening, July
1, quite o number of plantation
rtnd other business men being pre
sent. The minutes of a prior confer
ence of the Board members, held
in Waimea in June, were read and
approwd bv unanimous vote. This
action carried with it the election
of the following as permanent offi
cers of the Board: L. D. Tinimons,
chairman; E IS. Mahlum, secre
tary. County Attorney S. K. Kaeo
was present by request of the
Board, and K. C. Ahana was ap
pointed official stenographer for
The applications of man v of the
sugar corporations, ranches, light
and power companies, canneries,
manufactories of various sorts,
mercantile establishments and in
dividu 1 employers of labor respec
ting security under the Compensa
tion Act were taken up and ap
proved, Inasmuch as all except
two were in proper form and satis
factory, pi ogress was rapid and
the table was cleared of all busi
ness in less than two hours.
The Board announced that its
next sitting would be at the same
iace ,at .3 o'.clock tomorrow: Wed
nesday afternoon; and that appli
cations and other forms might be
had of the chairman, the secretary
or the clerk or the Circuit Court.
CHILDREN'S GOOD TIME
The children of Lihue were giv
en a grand lime in Lihue park
yesterday afternoon, the occasion
being their usual Fourth of July
treat. There was ice-cream in
plenty, 5,000 cornucopias being
The athletic sports of boys and
girls and a tug of-war were much
enjoyed Messrs. C. Maser, A.
Siebel, F. Rutseh and E. Malm
were in charge of the four divisions
The P. A. Cs. Win
Owing to lack of sp.ice a full
account of the base'iall gr.me in Li
hue park yesterday afternoon be
tween the Portuguese and a picked
Kauai team cannot be presented in
this issue. A suininat v will be given
later. It was a beautiful exhibition
of the national sport, and the game
was played in the remarkably short
time of one hour and ten minutes.
The score was 4 to 3 in favor of
The score bv innings va- ai fol
lows: 123 4 56789 Total
All Kauai 000021000 3
P. A. C. 0 3 0 0 0 0 1 0 x 4
Portuguese Besi Japanese
The baseball game between a
picked Portuguese team and the J.
A. C league nine at Koloa Sun
day afternoon lasted only seven
innings, v he'i the latttir players
walked off the field, objecting t o
rules of the umpire The score at
that time stood 12 to f in favor of
Baseball Next Sunday
The "baseball g imes next Sun
day wiil be as follows: Makaweli
vs. Lihue, at Makaweli; McBryde
vs. J. A. C, at ICleele.
These will be the first games of
the second series.
Miss S. Purvis has returned to
her home in Lihue irom a visit of i to the spot. It is a squire rod,
several months to friends on the:nearlv an inch in diameter and
other islands and at Honolulu, 'about 20 inches long.
Glencove- From an eve " itness it is learned that Mrs. Pierpont
Morgan was th.? firs.t to kmc Holt vlien he attacksd the financier in
his dining room with a revolver Holt is in a precarious condition
owing to Iving struck doA"i by the butler of the Morgan household
while he was making ill.- a-w.iult, but will b- given a hearing tomor
row it well etioiuh when he savs he will give the history of his life
and explain whv he Ittackjd .Morgan.
It has bei-n established that lie is not Mueuton, the suspected wife
murderer, as hud been preMtiiu-d ! sime.
Germ: ns To (icxr Alsace
London It is believed that th.- Germans wili make a desperate
attempt to clear their territory on the South ot French invaders.
German forces from Cohuar to Meiuhauseii are being reinforced
The Swiss- Alsatian border has 1 een closed to traffic.
Great activitv is noticed along the line from Stnissburg south.
Russians Renew Attack
The Russians have turned upon the Teutons between tho Prulh
and Dneister rivers, desperately striving to retain hold on eastern
fringe of Galicia and have also taken a stand in Poland between the
Vistula and the Bug to hold back the Germans from the important
Ingorod-Kholm railroad line.
Dtsperate fighting is reported on' the long lines at the front.
In some instances the Russians have resumed the offensive.
About That German Battleship
London Officials in Berlin deny the loss of a German Dread
naught, claimed to have been torpedoed and sunk in Friday's naval
battle in the Baltic.
The official news from Petrograd, however, is accepted as correct.
New Attack On Mexico
- Washington A new atiack is nronablv being made on the city of
Mexico at this moment, according to Carranza's agency here.
Germany' Nerl. Note
Ambassador Gerard has discus"' d with the German government
the contents of the formal reply to lJiev" 'tut Wilson's second note.
Germany will put forward a counter proposal for regulating sub
Torpedoed On Sunday
Loudon The British schooner Sunbeam was torpedoed off Kirk
wall. ' -'-- " .- 1
The Norwegian bark Fierc Cross was sunk off the Scillv Inlands.
The crew, including six Am. -Wains, saved.
The French sieaiushi;. Carthage was sent to theliottoni in the En
glish channel Six of c-ew missing.
Twelve persons were killed and twelve wounded aboard the Bri
tish steamer Anglo California!!, from Montreal to Liverpool. When she
was commanded to halt bv submarine and the captain declined to obey
the order, the submarine c-uld not get in position to use her torpe
does, so shelled the steamet with a pivot gun.
(Continued on page 6)
URGE CARRIAGE !
The two storv cirWage house of
W. H. Rice, facing the lane back
of Tiik Gakdkn Iti.ANij office, Li
Ii:ie, collapsed suddenly last Fri
l v, leaving only the front part
There weie a number of vehi
e'es in the building at the time,
i ut on account of the roof catch
i uc on semi-prostrate rafters, the
'ops of onlv three wer: wrecked
The building was an old one,
b'.it was supposed to be in a sub
stantial condition, Only a short
time ago automobiles were stored
there, but fortunately none were
in the place at the time of the col
lapse. Mr. Rice keeps his own
machines in a garage at his resi
dence. Picnic At Kilauea
Manager Jackson R. Mvers en
tertained all the people of Kilauea
on Sunday at the new beach house
erected by the plantr.tion on the
shore o f Lepeuh. The fealures
were a picnic at noon and surfing
in the afternoon. All had a good
time. Among the guests from a
distance were B. D. Baldwin
family, of Makaweli.
The police, with the men who
have confessed to the murder in
Kalihiwai valley two weeks ago,
went to the scene on Friday and
found the iron bar with which the
v ife of Wada. the dead man, was
struck over the head. The Fjlipi
noes remembered exactly where
they had put it, and went directly
New Assistant Cashier
E. W. Carden, son ot John Oar
deu. the well-known kamaaina
capitalist of Honolulu, assumed
his dutjes in the Lihue Branch of
the Bank of Hawaii at the first of
the month, taking the place of
Harold Morgan, who resigned
sometime ago and will leave short
lv. Mr. Carden recently graduated
from school and this is his first
important business venture.
County Office Changes
There were f e w changes i n
countv offices on the first of the
month. Mr. Gay and Mr. Ekeke
la retired from the Board of Super
visors and were succeeded by Mr.
Brandt and Mr. Rodrigues. Other
wise the Board remains the same.
A. G Karlukou. who had been
deputy tax s ssessor and collector
of Lihue tor five years, entered
the office at the mauka end of the
building as county treasurer. Mr.
Katilukou was elected straight in
the primary last February, so did
not l ave to run in the regular
election in May.
Rices To Coast
W. II . Rice and wife, W.H. Rice
lr., snd family and Mrs. R. L.
Wilcox will leave July 27 for Ho
nolulu and will sail from the-e the
followinc dav for the exnosition at
C Krnni iQrn. 'IMipv ivilt h mpau
about a mouth and a half.
In the absence of the Sheriff,
Deputy Sheriff V. O. Crowell will
be acting head of the police de
Dr. Derby will go to Kilauea on
a professional visit the 15th of this