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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 11. NO. 38.
LIHUE, KAUAF. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. OCTOBER 12, 1915
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BREAKS HIS LEG
A lYorse belonging to and ridden
by a Portuguese fell and broke his
kg on the belt road near the resi
dence of W. N. Stewart last Fri
day, at the same time affording
excitement for an auto party pass
ing that way at the time.
In the auto were Mr. and Mrs.
M. Rohrig and daughter and Paul
Iscnberg, returning trom Kolon to
Lihue. They first met the horse
and rider coming at full tilt from
toward Lihue. After having pass
ed for some little time, a noise
heard behind and a few pec
onds later the horse dashed by the
machine again, coming toward Li
hue. Soon after passing, the horse
fell upon the ground. Examina
tion showed that his left fore leg
had been broken.
The Portuguese staled that the
animal had gone wild and he had
found it impossible to control him.
The police shot the horse the fol
FIRST ROUND OF
Final arrangements were com
pleted Sunday for conducting the
Wall & Dougherty cup tourna
ment. A permanent cup commit
tee, consisting of the following
members, was elected: Chairman,
At. .H. Grote; secretary and treas
ure, H. Vincent; Dr; Glaisver,
A. G. Hime and J. P. Thompson.
All four matches in the first
round will be played off next Sun
day on the Lihue courts, play be
ginning at 2 o'clock.
The original plan of deciding
permanent possesion of the cuo by
challenge has been abandoned in
favor of holding a regular tourna
ment semi-annually, the winners
of three tournaments to be award
ed the trophy.
Next Sunday's line-up will be
H. W. Carden and K. C. Hop
per vs. A. R. Glaisyer and E. C.
A. Hornor, Jr. and Harrison
Rice vs. W. H. Grote and C. S.
V. C. Avery and F E. McCall
vs. E. D. Murdock and J. P.
A. G. Hime and Eric Knudsen
vs. G T. Greig and A. C. Ban
ham. Mailes To Dance
The Maile Club, of Eleele, will
give a dance in Eleele hall on the
evenin of October 23.
Owing to absence on the other
side of the island in the incerest of
the Hawaiian Hoard Work, there
will be no service in the. Lihue
Union Church this coining Sunday,
J. M. Lydgatk.
' Manual Work Tools
The Department of Public In
struction has pin chased tools for
the manual training work at the
High School and lumber has ar
rived for building the benches. It
is hoped to have the classes equip
ped with tools this week. Mr
Cre-ey. the Vocational Instructor
for the 'island, will have supervi
sion of the work, and Mr. McCall.
of the High School, will le 'n
Mrs. Theo. Richards and sou,
Atherton, arrived at Lihue Friday
morning and ar making a pleas
ure tour of the island.
FOR COURT CLERK
ScENii: Front entrance to the
TiMii: Last Tuesday.
A little Hawaiian girl, aged
about 12, had been broui'ht from
Hanalei to be sent to the Girl's In
dustrial School, at Honolulu. She
was in the waiting aulo, and kind
ly Judge Dickey was talking to
her, while the court clerk went in
to the building to get certain pa
pers. Upou sight of the clerk
(Mr, Dean) returning, the mite of
humanity bounded from the ma
chine and started running lull
speed down the driveway toward
"What is she doing?" gasped
"From my viewpoint,' calm
ly observed the court, "I should
say that sh.. is exercising!"
"Exercising nothing!" blurted
out the now excited Dean. "That
girl is making her get-away."
Bv that time the girl had reach
ed the road and turned down to
ward the Fairview, increasing her
speed, if anything. Dean did not
wait for the court's answer, but
gave chase. There was some live
ly "exercising" down theroad un
til Dr. Derby's office was passed,
when the girl bounded over the
stone wall into the field ot voting
cane and began negotiating it with
the agility of a scared hare.
The chase led several hundred
yards across the field to a point
opposite the wireless office, when
the 'g:rl turned a n d "doubled
back" through the cane, When
she reached the road again oppo
site Thk Garden Island build
ing the almost breathless minion
of the law was close behind her.
On the road a machine, occupied
by a travelling salesman, wns iust
starting up. The girl gave one
bound and landed in the seat by
the "drummer," at the same time
pleading that he take her away.
"The villain still pursued her,"
however, and the girl, after being
talked to in a kindly way, con
sented to go to the home of Mr,
Dean's mother. What the latter
paid to her is not stated, but in a
short time she was quite will
ing to go to Honolulu, and left )n
the steamer that afternoon, accom
panied by Mr. Dean, who saw her
comfortably located in the Oahu
An impressive feature of this
particular case is that the girl is
by no means , way ward, but a cruel
fate has made of her a dependent,J
In the Japanese baseball league
the Koloa team, defeated the Maka
welis Sunday afternoon on the
grounds of the latter by a score of
5 to 0. This gavo the Koloas the
championship of the first series
The Junior Baseball League, of
Lihue, will meet in the County
Building at 7:30 tomorrow even
ing tor the purpose of arranging a
schedule of games. In the absence
of President Wishard, Acting
President C. Maser calls the meet
ing Estate Of Mrs. Spitz
C. W. Spitz has filed in the Cir
cuit Court a petition for letters of
administration on the estate of the
late Mrs. Spitz. The property
consists of real estate on Molokai
valued at $1,500 and cash nniount
iua to Si J75, a total of $3,475.
II. A. Reichelt has installed one
of the new farmer's "lectrlc light
ing plants at his Waipouli home
TO! LEADS CI
Sugar, advanced to 4 01.
, Honolulu Lt. Philoiin, with fittv soldiers, will probnblv leave on
the Matsonia Thursday for the Volcano to prepare a camp for the de
tail to build the trail to Manila Loa. On Saturday the balance of the
detail, consisting of three rfficers and one hundred men, will leave by
the Manna Kea and go direct to the camp at the volcano. This is the
China Goes To China
San Francisco The steamship Ch'na has been purchased by a
Chinese company and will go into the trans-Pacific trade, stopping at
Women Vole In Sweden
Christiana Following their receiit enfranchisement, the women
of Sweden cast their first vote yesterday.
Sunday , Closing And Crime
Chicago Strict enforcement of the law providing for the closing
of the saloons on Sundays lias reduced the crimfnal record. Yesterday
passed remarkably free from law breaking.
Panama Canal Indefinite
I anaina General Goethals says it is practically impossible to set
a date for the reopening of the canal. The eartn movement at both
sides of the Culebra cut is so extensive that much dredging will be
President Will Stop Home
Washington President Wilson declines the invitation to spend
his honevnioon on the Pacific coas.t.
Wants Stricter neutrality
Yesterday the President made a plea for stricter neutrality. He
savs that he will not allow the nation to be plunged into war. He
wants America .to be more neutral.
Young Kipling Not Dead
Londonv-The son of Rudyard Kipling is now known to be a pris
oner in the hands of the Germans. ' It was first thought that he h d
On The West Front
Paris A number of small but strategically important gains have
been made bv the Allies in the .days irjst passed from Champagne dis
trict to, the Vosges mountains. Gaiiifid ground at La Gaudle ridges,
bringing the advmice np-ro within font miles of southeast Lens.
Particularly violent cannouding on both sides of les Espnrges in
Lepretre forest. Activity in Argonne and Vosges believed to forecast
more lighting there.
A Little Guess Work
Paris The Serbians have checked the Teuton advance from Bel
grade with their big guns, so that tl e foothold of the invader?, is -the
capital and each attempt to penetrate any distance from the border is
smashed by artillery.
Six thousand shells poured into Belgrade mowed down women
and children, and the bodies of soldiers lie in the streets uncared for.
Honolulu Chief Quarantine Officer Trotter says that there is no
fear of typhus here.
Preacher Kills Unintentionally
New Orleans Rev. Bvron Hallev, rector of a fashionable chinch
here, killed Lansing Pearson, son of a prominent 'railroad man, be
lieving him to be a burglar.
The Pilikias Of Mexico
El Paso- Obregon's forces are within a day's march of Juarez
and Villa's position is regarded as dangerous. A revolt is pending in
Casa Grande, where Villa has mobilized for an advance on Sonora.
Repairs For Honolulu
Washington Collector Franklin, of Honolulu, is conferring w'th
treasury officials relative to repairs to the customs house at Honolulu.
Boston Wins Again
Boston Today's baseball( game resulted Boston, 2; Philadelphia,
1 . The winning run was made by Lewis after a hot single in the ninth
inning. The bitteries were Alexander and Burns, for the Phillies;
Leonard and Canigan for the Bostons. The attendance was 42.300
and receipts $S3. 191.
(Continued on page 8)
The regular monthly meeting of
the Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai took place at the
office of the Board on" Wednesday. !
October 6th. 1915, at 10 o'clock
Present: W. D. McBrvde; act
ing chairman; T. Brandt and Joe
Mr. Wishard and Mr. Menefog
lio were absent (on leave) on the
The minutes of the last meeting
were read and approved.
A resolution confirming the ac
tion taken bv the chairman in en
tering into contract on behalf of
the Board and of the Countv of
Kauai with Thos. L. Andrews,
contractor, for the construction of
a four-room school house at Wai-
II e? wireless!
OF THE BOARD
mea, Kauai, contract dated Sep
tember 14th, 1915, was offered bv
Mr. Brandt, and being supported
by Mr. Rodrigues. was approved.
The several bills presented, after
careful examination, were approv
ed to be paid out of the following
Salarv County Road Supervisor
Pay of Police: 4 '
Wat m ea 240.00
Koloa 140 00
Ctv. Bldg: Janitor Service 37.35
County Jail 604.48
(Continued on page 3)
IRK OUT HIES
Eighteen Filipiuoes were arrest
ed at Koloa a few days ago on the
charge of gambling, and were re
leased upon furnishing bail in the
sum of $5 ca.h,lo apptar the follow?
ing day for trial. The next day thev
showed up in court all right, plead
ed guiltv to the charge and each
one was fined $4 and $1 costs,
making exactly the amount depos
ited as bail.
And then the Filipiuoes pulled
off a stunt. They announced that
they would not pav the fines but
would work the amounts out for
the county. There WuS nothing
to do but return their bail money
and put them to work.
It is understood that the Filipiu
oes are regularly employed men in
the district. They will be absent
from their jobs for ten days.
COLUMBUS DAY IN
This is the anniversary of the
discovery of America by Christo
pher Columbus 423 years ago. In
the schools of Kauai the important
incident was recalled to the minds
of the children, and for several
days pupils have been engaged in
the preparation of short stories of
Columbus. The following are two
selected from Hauainaulu school,
the first being bv Rose Guspar:
(Continued on page 5 )
Library Society Meets
The Waimea Literary Society
met with Mr. and Mrs. W. K.
Schultze, Kekaha, Saturday even
ing. Among the leading features
was a talk by Judge L. A. Dickev
on a tour made bv himself and
lather around the world two or
three yeais ago.
Hon. Win. Hyde Rice a n d
daughter, Mrs. Ralph Wilcox, re
turned in the Kinau last Wednes
day morning from S'ni Francisco
and Oakland, where they had
spent most of the summer. Mrs.
Rice stopped over with relations
l n Honolulu and will probably
reach home tomorrow morning.
Alice Malihini Rodrigues is suing
Joe Rodrig ties, both of Knpaa, in
ejectment, the pntert involved
being Lot 5, Block 5, of Kapaa
W. F. Sanborn, of Hanalei, has
filed a suit in ejectment agaimt
liana Kahilikolo Paikulu. The
property involved in the case is
Manager F. Weber, of Lihue
plantation, and Paul Iseiiberg were
passengers for Honolulu in the
Kinau Saturday night. Thev will
be expected back tomorrow morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Birkinyrc,
of Hanalei, and Mrs. A. Mcnefog
lio. of Wainihn, were Lihue visi
tors on Saturday.
A meeting of German residents
was held in the bowling allevs.
Lihue, last Sunday for the purpose
of organizing a Get man-American
T h e Gavlord Wilcoxes have
gone to Honolulu and may visit
the San Francisco exposition.
Countv CIerk J. M.Kaneakua is
ill at his Kapa i home.
New electric chandeliers are be-
, ing installed in th.- iobby of the
'county build'i-.ji. Lihue.
Despite the fact that the Kauai
Chamber of Comnn.ree( which rep
resents every interest on the is
land) has reached a definite con
clusion in regard to Kauai's first
harbor; the project has been en
dorsed by the authorities at Wash
ington and a bill for the harbor at
Nawiliwili introduced in Congress;
and, moreover, the owners of the
port known as Port Allen have
withdrawn in favor of Nawiliwili
there seems to be one "bird"
around ready to "foul its own
nest." It is ju.it possible that the
party is a resident of Honolulu, in
which case he has been RUilty of
some very dangerous meddling, If,
however.he is a Kauai citizen, steps
will doubtless be taken to locate
him and find out why he is trying
to obstruct public business, against
the expressed opinions and wishes
o f practically the entire island.
The following from the Honolulu
Star-Bulletin explains the matter:
Wade Warren Thayer, secretary
of the territory, received a surprise
this morning, when he received
tkro.ugh the mail an anonymous
pamphct advocating a harbor at
Port Allen, Kauai. The envelope
in which the pamphlet was con
tained bore only the postmark of
Honolulu as evidence of where it
"I have no idea who sent me
the missive," says the secretary,
but the big .surprise to me is that
someone is still advocating Port
Allen as a harbor. Kauai's Cham
ber of Commerce, which is sup
posed to represent completely the
whole island, has come out with
statements and maps proving that
thev want the government to spend
money at Nawiliwili and n o w
comes this pica for Port Allen."
The pamphlet is a revision of the
old pamphlet which was issued on
the subject in 1912. It bears a
brief legend at the top stating that
it "Holds good for 1915, as well
as for 1912." In the back of it a
few typewritten pages have been
fastened with glue, to briny the
argument up to date.
"I have written to the Chamber
of Commerce of Kauai." said Mr
Thayer when asked what he would
do with it, "and although I do
(Continued on page 4.)
An "At Home"
The following card lias been is
sued to many people of Kauai:
Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Baldwin at
home to meet Mr and Mrs. Doug- .
las Baldwin. Friday, October 15th,
1915, at 8 p.m. Mnki.weli. Kauai."
It happened in a school not far
from Lihue the other day. The
members of the class were told to
prepare a short "composition" on
the various things noticed about
them. A sentence in one of the
papers returned read as follows:
"We have three new cottages and
two fresh teachers.
A meeting of the Kauai Acci
dent Board will be held at 3 o'
clock tomorrow afternoon.
Dr. Derby went to Waimea to
day where he will make his head
quarters for a week or two.
Work of filling the lowland back
of the Lihue mill is under way,
and the plantation stables will
shortly be moved from the busi
ness center to that place.
A Japanese woman was arrested
yesterday afternoon at Hanamaulu
and charged with shop-lifting from
the Hanamaulu store.