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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1915,
BY THE DELEGATE
KAUAI HAS SMALL
at the iiu
"'ere $20, i
Special Waihinglon Correspondence of THE
Washington, D C, Dec, 8: On
the opening day of Congress Dele
fate Kalanianaole introduced the
To confirm a Territorial Act re
lating to gas, electric light and
rower, telephone, railroad, and
street-railway franchises in the
Territory of Hawaii.
To establish a fish-cultural sta
tion in Hawaii.
To construct a breakwater at Na
wiliwili Harbor, Kauai.
To establish a national park on
the Island of Hawaii.
To authorize and provide for the
manufacture, maintenance, distri
bution and supply of electric light
and power within the Lihue and
To ratify and approve the Ter
ritorial act granting a franchise
for the purpose of manufacturing
and supplying gas in the district
of South Hilo.
To provide for the construction
of a breakwater at Kahului harbor
To ratify and approve the Ter
ritorial act amending the laws re
lating to annual payments by the
Hawaiian Electric Company, un
der its franchise at a percent of its
gross annual Receipts.
To ratify and approve a Terri
torial act amending the laws relat
ing to the franchise of the Hono
lulu Gas Company, (Limited)
To approve and ratify a Terrl
-'al act extending the franchise
jfc-e Honolulu Gas Company
ited), to include all ot the is
,o Oahu, and approving
act relating to the Hawaii
i' tric Company (Limited)
On Sunday last the Waimea
foreign chuich congregation were
the hosts to a visiting party from
the Lihue Union church, consist
ing of Rev. J. M. Lydgate, Mr. E.
de Lacy, Mr. W. N. Stewart, Mrs.
M. Lydgate, Miss Marjorie
Wood aid Miss Katherine Wood.
The occasion' was a Brown and
Currv echoes meeting in which
Mr. Lydgate gave a graphic and
interesting account oi me uvan-we. abmit .-.- oa
and their recent
The musical members of th
party assisted by the Wnimea chof
rendered some of the Brown aid
Curry songs most effectively, a d
that most necessary of all thin.s.
an attentive audience contribued
to the success of the occasion. ;
The "magnificent distances' o
that stately old church appaHtlv
didn't anneal to the sneaker He
came down out of the high, place
in the pulpit and gather-d the
audience together in the ftfnt that
he might speak to them at close
It is suggested that ths example
of visiting courtesy be not tor
gotten, and that the Vaimea peo
ple in the near future return the
Hurrying back M r . Lydgate
conducted a similar service in
afternoon at Kapaa.
Last Friday rooming the Koi a
weatber which had been brewing
for several days broke over the en
tire eastern end of Kauai in a very
heavy downpour of rain, wind and
some thunder and lightning. The
deluge did not last long, but in
the time a great deal of wa ter fall.
An unusual sight along the coast
was a liberal sprinkling of hail. In
places the stones were quite large
woik int1l,u.n.ni;.n.i.i c
upon the size of the egg. Around
Nawiliwili there was quite a ratUe
of these hail stones for several
minutes, and seme of the denizens
who had never experienced such
phenomena thought they were be
ing bombarded by "the enemy."
The rain was quie general over
the island, and did a lot of good
to the growing crops.
im paper. SuoeriiA ...l.
j :. . .. ionic
ueni roroes, oi the public workv,ter
department, says that 2.000 bills
were introduced in Congress the
first day of the sesson. Continuing
he says: I expect to appear before
the committee within a day or two
Will work hard for you, and hope
for success." (The last sentence
refers to the Nawiliwili breakwater
project. , I
The new Nawiliwili bill is v fol
Be it enacted by the Senate and
House of Representatives of the
United States of America in Con
giess assembled, That the sum of
$200,000 is hereby appropriated,
to be paid out of any money 'in the
Treasury not otherwise appropriat
ed, to be immediately available, to
be expended under the direction of
the Secretary of War and the sup
ervision of the Chief of Engineers.
for the improvement of the harbor
at Nawiliwili, island of Kauai, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, for the construe
tion of a breakwater in accordance
with report submitted in Senate
Document numbered six hundred
and nine, Sixty-second, Congress,
second session: Previded, That the
Secretary of War may enter into a
contract o r contracts for such
materi?! and work as may be neces
sary to complete the said break
water, to be paid for as appropri
ations may from time to time be
made by law, not to exceed in the
aggregate $220,000, exclusive of
the amount herein appropriated.
Jurist Still Poorly.
Judge Wm. Schimmelfennig, of
Koloa, who was so badly injured
several months ago while attempt
ing to board a plantation train,
has left the hospital and is at his
C fidme, 'but is till in impaired
f health. There is steady improve
ment, howevei, and his friends be
lieve that he will be in good form
again before long.
(Continued from pfbat one
A supposition -spsiodies was
or the other of th cook of the
that of the Chin'rUjnains have
bark Ivanhoe, this dea was
not been founbv a" statement
quickly disp the wrecked .ves
of the mar'nose cook had hai
sel. Thit was almost whi
so gray thf.rorc a white suit
and, morrodies seen in the wa
Both of tl hair and were cloth
ir :.g the coast the Japanese
.ien nave been struggling
"their boats since Friday, and
j the weather has been so bad no
tally of the fishermen has been
possible to ascertain who, or how
many, may ue missing, it seems
easily possible that more than two
of them have lost their lives. Little
attention is paid to the fishing fra
ternity on Kauai, so that any effort
at checking them up for absentees
will take time and may be difficult
There is a sad lack of facilities
on Kauai for handling situations
of this sort. At Port Allen there
is not a motor boat of any kind,
and the seas have heen too rough
for the small, row boats to work
in. Thus dependence for rescue
of the three bodies known to be
adrift in the surf (as well as others
that may easily be there) has been
confined largely to beach-searcb-ing.
Moreover, work of anv sort
since Sunday has been hampered
nrsi Dy tne gaie ana heavy seas
and since then by almost constant
Undoubtedly theie are stories
to come about this storm along the
coast, and when the weather has
cleared and the sea begins to give
up its dead it may be found that
several more lives than those now
known have been lost.
a hart par ais4.
A road near P'aa last
W A aftcrnoon' which for
V$v. however, did not result
J6usly. A car was badly dam
aged, two ladies were hurt and the
.-ichaffuer was rescued trnm ti,
wreckage in a badly bruised condi
The car was a new Buick six,
owned and driven by one Miyashi
At the point of the accident
the car suddenly veered to one
siae oi tne road and went ovet. In
it, besides the driver, were Mrs.
Joseph I, wife o f the Hanalei
mail driver, two ladies from Hono
lulu and two children. Mrs, I and
one of the ladies were so badly
hurt that they had to be taktn to
the hospital at Kilauea for treat
ment. The other lady and the two
children escaped injury.
When the car turned over the
chaltuer was pinned henrstVi it
He remained in that position, un
able to move, for more than a half
hour, when help arrived and
secured him from his predicament.
The escape was a very narrow one
for the entire party.
Judge Dole Retires
Judge Charles S. Dole, first dis
trict magistrate of Lihue, will retire
from office as soon his as successor
has been named. His time expired
ast Wednesday, and he had con
cluded prior to that time to devote
his entire attention in future to his
The time of Judge Kapahee. of
Koloa, is also about up. It is un
derstood that he is an applicant
Major and Mrs. E.II.W. Broad
bent entertained a small party of
friends at dinner on Christmas.
The following is a part ct Gener
al Orders No. 100. issued from the
Adjutant-General's office in Hono
ine resignation of 2nd Lieut.
August Kruse, 3rd Infantry, N.G.
H., is accepted this date.
Tt. f .11 :
iuc luuuwing appointment is I
announced for the information and
guidance of all concerned.
Frank Cox. to be second lieute
nant of infantry. National Guard
of Hawaii, with rank from date
iyieut. cox is i assigned to the
3rd infantry. N. G. II., and will
report in person or by letter to his
regimental commander for assign
ment and for duty.
Lieut. Cox will appear Lefore
the officers' examining board for
examination for the grade to which
appointed, at such time as th
board may direct.
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jjjjj a close, we thank our
Igjjjj trons for their good will jjjj Jf-
jjj Ind support during the year fiSlSf
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Honolulu The Hawaii Pro .10 l'
tion Committee has receive. 1
communication from the head of-
ce of the Matson Navigation
Company in San Francisco i rt
which it is stated that the corn!
pany has many inquiries for trips
over to Kauai for! the summer sea
son fiom eastern parties. The
Promotion Committee will coope
rate wtth the steaAship company
n giving as muchnformation as
possible concerrfng the Garden Is-
and and iU'varied nd unusual
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE TO
The undersigned having been
appointed administrator for the
estate of Nellie Spitz, deceased,
all persons are hereby notified hav
ing anv daim against said estate
to file the same within six months
properly authenticated. 0 r thev
shall be forever barred, and all
tnose indebted to said estate to
make immediate payment to the
undersigned at Nawiliwili, Kauai.
C W. Spitz,
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