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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 11. NO. 40.
LIHUE,, KAUAI. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1915
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I. JOHN A. HOGG
The funeral of the late John
Hogg took place at the Lihue
cemetary from 10 .o'clock Friday
morning, a large number of rela
tives and friends of, the deceased
being present. Rev. J. M. Lyd
gatc officiated and Mr. de Lacey
directed the musical features. In
his remarks Mr. Lvdgate paid a
- feeling tribute to the late Mr.
Hogg as a husband and father,
bushiest man and citizen.
The body of the deceased had
been taken to Honolulu for the pur-
)Doses of cremation and the ashes,
i'n custody of Mr. George Rwart,
' were returned Friday morning.
During the progress of the fune
ral a shower came on, although
not of sufficient severity to stop
The regular semi-annual conven
tion meeting of the Kauai church
es and their allied interests was
held at Hanalei on Wednesday
and Thursday and was well at
tended fiom a 1 1 parts cf the
island in spite of hard rains
and bad roads. In addition to the
usual matters of business there
i were special -addresses as follows:
''Seen at the fair." Wm. Hvde
y ,r Rice; "The Civic Convention," J.
: Kaueakua; "Church officers
and their duties," 'Rev. H. P.
ludd; "Is the preacher dying out?"
J. M. Lvdgate; "Efficiency in
church work, " Judge L. A. Dickey.
The recently organized Filipino
church, for all Kauai-, was receiv
ed into fellowship with appropriate
exercises and much satisfaction
was expressed over the marked de
velopment of this work.
Much satisfaction was also ex
pressed with the hospitable and
generous way in which the dele
gates had been treated.
Koloa Wins Again
In the Japanese baseball league
thu Koloa and Hanapepe teams
met Sunday on the grounds of the
former for the first game of the
second series. Up to the eighth
innings things" looked bright for
the visitors but the Koloas turned
kloose toward tne last and polished
The Hannpepes off tr the tune of 5
A meeting of the Kauai Histori
cal Society will be held in the Li
hue Library at 7:30 next-Thurs
day evening, the main topic being
"Kauai and the Early Naviga
tors." Another feature will be an
interview by Rev. J. M. Lvdgate
with Hon. Sanford B. Dole, being
reminiscences of Koloa. A side
feature will be a paper bv Mr.
' Lydgateon"Th"e Mahaulepu Hui,"
Smashed Into Fence
A six-cylinder Bpick, belonging
to the Waitnea Stables, left the
road at the rise of Eleele hill in
j Hanapepe Saturday night, smash
f ed into a fence at the left side of
' the highway and was badly dam
aged. A piece of timber from
the fence ran through the radiator
cv into the engine, doing the princi
pal mischief. The chaffetir was a
well known young Portuguese of
ELEELE DANCE A
The dance of the Mailes in Ele
ele hall Saturday evening was at
tended by more than a hundred
people corning from all towns be
tween Lihuc and Kekaha, It was
a most delightfully appointed and
enjoyable function, and had con
tinuance to an hour long after mid
The hall was prettily decorated
and brilliantly illuminated for the
occasion. A Hawaiian orchestra
on the palm-bedecked stage sup
plied music. Refreshments were
served throughout the evening.
The affair was informal, as Ele
ele functions usually arc; and as
such was all the more enjoyable.
As is usual in that locality there
was a preponderance of ladies pres
ent, there being at the outset 56
ladies and 48 gentlemen..
Forester Haughs'Explains How
Trees Way Be Procured
Tin! Gardkn Island has re
ceived the following letter from
Forester David Haughs, informing
Kauai people how and where and
n''"ti they "may obtain trees for
planting on Arbor Day, Novem
As being of interest to your sub
scribers and of benefit indirectly
to the whole community, may we
ask that , i f you can see your
way clear to do so, you give your
readers the gist of the following
Each year in November, it is
the custom on Arbor Day for the
Territorial Division of Forestry to
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SUI WADA DEAD
Mrs. Sui Wada, wife o f the
truck farmer murdered in Kalihi
wai valley on the night of June
16, is dead.
It will be remembered that on
the night of the murderous attack
Mrs, Wada was struck over the
h:ad with an iron bar, the mur
dereis believing they had killed
her. She remained in the hospital
at Kilauea for quite a time and
left it with h-.r nerves shattered
md her mind unbalanced, to be
cared for bv friends.
Death came rather unexpect
The fiends who made the mur
derous attack on Mrs. Wada, kill
ed her husband, thought thev had
killed her children and burned
their home were hanged in Oahu
prison at Honolulu four days be
fore the death of the unfortunate
A meeting of the Kauai Accident
Board will be held in the county
building, Lihue. at 3 o'clock to
morrow afternoon at which a large
milliner of matters will be disposed
Mrs. Johnson Leaving
Friends of Mrs, Florence John
son, teacher in the Makaweli
school, will regret to learn that
' she will be leaving in about two
1 months for the Philippine Islands.
She has been appointed an assis
I taut in the Manila university.
Honolulu The first engagement between troops of the Allies pro
ceeding to the aid of the Serbs and the invading Bulgarians resulted in
a crushing defeat of the Bulgar forces by the French at Krinolak.
Russians Assailing Germans
London The Russians are pressing the Germans in a series of
pitched battles in the north in the
von Hindeuberg during the past week.
Ihe Slavs have been heavily
The Gentian line is holding and
The Germans have been forced
Berlin reports that the Russians
General Bissing Again
Rome Despatches from Brussels state that General von Bissing.
military governor in Belgium, has
citizens cease signalling aviators,
each Belgian house.
London The entire Armenian
ing the Black Sea. has been put to
and children being killed with the
Positiou Of Greece
The position of Greece as a neutral is becoming untenable and it
is expected thai she will soon join
The Greek crown prince has
rison, it is said.
Political Prisoners Released
Amsterdam Emperor Franz Joseph, of Austria, has granted
amnesty to all political prisoners serving for crimes committed before
the war. The pardons will release principal socialists.
Negro To Liberia
Washington J.L. Curtis, a pro'minent negro of New Yoik, has
been named by President Wilson to
ria, the African republic.
Chairman Hay, of the House
the President, announces that he
Vi la Invading Sonora
Douglas Villa's threatened invasion of Sonora has begun and
Agua Prieta has been captured.
' Honolulu Unofficial advices
will be agents for the steamer Great
German Officer Confesses
New York Robert Fay, arrested Sunday with explosives in his
possession, today confessed that lie is a (iertnan lieutenant in the
United States for the purpose of experimenting with an explosive ma
chine. He says that the bomb is attached to the rudder of the shin
and will explode when a half day
to defer American shipments of ammunition to the Allies.
Today Dr. Herbert Kreinzle, said to be associated with Fay, was
arrested and is held for $25,000 bail.
London Hopes that Allies would be able to strike through Gre
cian and Serbian Macedonia and reach the Serb armies before they
might be entrapped grew today. It is reported that the French forces
landed at Salonika and proceeding inland succeeded in driving the
enemy from the railroad as far as Negotini. The French are said to
have defeated the Bulgarian forces thrown across southern Serbia.
Aviators Fly Over Venice
Rome Last night German aviators flew over Venice, dropping
bombs. The cathedral of St. Marks was hit but not damaged. One
bomb crushed the, roof of the church of Delgisscalzi. Fine sculpture
destroyed. No casualties reported.
Serbian Position Grave
London The Teutons sav that the report of the capture of Uskub
by the Bulgarians is unconfirmed.
The Serbian position is recognized as grave,
Young Dreyfus Honored
Paris Lieut. Emil Dreyfus, aged 24, brother of Alfred Dreyfus,
central figure in the famous Dreyfus case, has won the Legion of
Honor distinction for conspicuous bravery.
Dr. McCoy Honored
Washington It was announced today that Dr George McCoy,
director of the U, S. Leprosy investigation work of Hawaii, has been
appointed director of the hygienic laboratory investigation work, a
very important position.
Bad Fire In Pittsburg
Pittsburg A factory fire costing many lives occurred today. Thir
ty two girls employed in the factory, many ot whom jumped from the
windows. Twenty-two are unaccounted for.
China In Washington
Peking Dr. Wellington, recently appointe dminister to Mexico,
has been changed to Washington to succeed Minister Kai Fushah.
Bryan Stumping Again
Columbus, Ohio William Jennings Bryan today began a sixdajs
days campaign in the interest ot State prohibition. The election takes
place November 2. The "wets" are planning a counter attraction.
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The following deeds have been
filed in the office of the registrar
of conveyances, Honolulu:
LAULANI KANEALII & HSB
to D Kanealii; 1-264 int in share
No. 55 hui land Wainiha, Hanalei,
Kauai, fan. 15, 1915. Si.
PEKA KANEHE & WF to D
Kanelaii 1-72 int in share No. 70
hui land Wainiha, Hanalei. Kauai.
Ian. 15, 1915. S5.
PO KAWELO to D Kanealii:
1-264 int in share No. 55 hui land,
Wainiha, Hanalei, Kauai. Jan. 15,
effort to regain territory taken bv
reinforced and arc well supplied with
has repulsed the Russians in two
to give ground south of Pripet.
were repulsed by Bavarians near
issued orders that unless Belgian
German soldiers will be billetted in
population of Kerrasund, border
the sword bv the Turks, women
left for Salonika, to inspect the gar
be United States minister to Libe
committee, after a conference with
will support the program for national
say that Fted L. Waldron, Ltd.,
out. He cxpl aius that the plan was
The following. arrived by the W.
G. Hall Friday morning;
A. W. Sample, F. D. Lowrey,
Wm. G. Andrade, P. G. Rilev,
Geo, N. Wilcox, G. Ewart, H. P.
Faye, Mrs. H. Stamp, H. W.
Roya. W. T. Ida, , Oba, Chun
Hong, Richard Owen, E. A.
Brown, Mrs. Kukahiko, Mr. H.
! Kukahiko, J. II. Coney. C. W.
Spitz, F. T. P. Waterhouse, Mrs.
lKukawa, Miss Kukawa.
' HOLDS SESSION
The October meeting of the Ka
uai Chamber of Commerce was
held in the court house at Waitnea
last Thursday afternoon, there be
ing a fair-sized attendance and
President Avery wielding the gav
The secretary introduced a num
ber of amendments to the Consti
tution And Bylaws, the aims of
which were to add associate, hon
orary, non-resident and life mem
berships to the Chamber to covet
requirements in certain cases; and
to divide the work now entrusted
to a few committees among a large
ntimbet of committees. On sug
gestion of Rev. Hans Isenbeig ant'
motion of Senator Kntidsen the
amendments were deferied to the
next meeting and the secretary
was instructed to, in the mean
while, provide all members with
Mr. Broadbent gave notice of an
amendment to the Bylaws to pro
vide that at the end of each Cham
ber year oil committees shall hold
over pnd continue to exercise their
respective functions. until their
successors are named
Mr Brandt introduced the fol
lowing: "Be. it resolved by the
Kauai Chamber of Commerce, that
it endorses to the fullest degree
the idea of the establishment of
some kind of organization supple
menting the public school for the
purpose of training and educating
the-voting men and women of this
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Sunday Oct 17, an important
meeting of the Filipinos was held
in the Kilum-n church under the
chairmanship of Rev, J M. Lvd
gate for the purpose of org.mizng
the first Filipino chinch on thi
island, and one of the first in tin
Careful instruction as to the sis
nificance of the action was follow
ed bv n simple but impressive ser
vice of consecration in which the
audience participated with surpris
The plan as at present adjusted
is to have one church organization
for the whole island with sections
at the different places. The total
membership now aggregates 163
persons. There are abmt 1800
Filipinos on the island, none of
wh m will I e the worse of salu
tary church inflneiices.
Contract For House
The Spalding Construction Com
pany, ot Honolulu, has been award
ed the contract for building the
new reinforced concrete reside cc
for the manager of Lihue planta
tion. The house will cost ip the
ne:ghborbood 'of $15,000.
Hawaii 3 Take Game
The first uame of thi season in
the new Lihue baseball lengue was
played off Sunday afternoon and
resulted in victory for the Hawaiis
over the Hananiaulus, the former,
shutting out the latter. The Ha
waii team is coniposad of Hawaii
an players, the Hanamaulti team
being of mixed nationalities.
To Mr. and Mrs. as. Clapper,
Waipouli. Oct. 22, a daughter.
J, L. Robertson will bea passen
ger tonight for Honolulu where he
will spend a few days on business
SEMI FINALS 9F
I n spite o f rather inclement
weather the seini-finals of the Wtdl
& Dougherty cup tournament were
successfully pulled off Sunday at
Just as everything was in readi
ness for the matches a heavv Show
er drenched the courts, which,
however, were speedily dried with
the aid of willing wielders of the
broom and mop.
The first evnt proved to be the
most exciting. G. T. Greig and
Arthur Banhani were lined u p
against E, D. Murdork nnd"Tom
mv" Thompson. The former team
failed to find its sei legs at all,
during the first S2t, "being bctitcu
6-2. During the second set, how
ever, Greig and Banhani braced
up, forcing a bunch of protracted
deuce games in which the scores
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DR. MAGNUS TALKS
10 LOCAL GERMANS
Seventy-four out ot 90 members
of the new German-American A I
liance turned out at the Lihue Ke
gel Club's headquarters Thursday
evening to listen to the uddtess of
Dr. Magnus, of San Francisco, on
fie purposes of the organization.
Dr. Magnus, himself a German
Atnerican, is jnUrested in import
ant educational work in California.
He spoke in German.
Dr. Magnus began bv reciting
the history of German immigra
tion to the United States and the
import nt part Germans, have tak
en in building up and sustaining
American institutions and ideals.
He also referred to good points in
the system of Germany and stated
that one object of the German
Anieriiau Alliance was to intro
luce in America plans that had
been tried out in Germany and
had proved successful.
In conclusion he spoke strongly
in favor of the National Guard and
urged the Germans of Kauui to
take an interest in thnt matter here
and help build up a strong citizen
Remarks bearing upon the same
.subjects from the local standpoint
were made by Rev. Hans Isenberg
and Hon. Paul Isenberg, and were
iistentd to with muih interest.
The meeting as a whole was
much enjoyed by all present and
proved an immense "booster" for
the embryonic Alliance.
OFFICERS OF ALLIANCE.
The officers of the local German
American Alliance arc; Rev. Hans
Isenberg, president; H. Rohrig,
H. Andermaiin, Jr.,F. Lohr. Win.
-schultze and F. H. Weber, vice
residents; E. Mulin. treasurer; C.
Maser, secretary; H. Wolters. Dr
K. Hofmann, and Rev. Hans Isen
berg, literary committee.
Palmers Heard From
Mr. and Mrs. E. Palmer, for
many years with Grove Farm,
Lihue, are now satisfactorily locat
ed at Columbus, Ohio. Mr. Palmer
is manager of the Ohio Wax Paper
Co., of Columbus.
A band concert in Lihue park
Sunday afternoon was much en
joyed. With the tennis tourna
ment and a baseboll game also in
progress the place was a scene of
considerable activity for a time.
Supervisor A. Menefoglio, o f
Wainiha, is expected home from
San Francisco tomorrow morning.