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ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 12. NO. 12.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MARCH 21, 1916
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EXTRA JURORS ARE
GALLED 10 COURT
On account of so many of the
trial jurors having sat on one or
the other of the two cases to come
before the Circuit Court tomorrow,
it has become necessary to dis
charge a large number of them
and to draw entirely new men in
their places. The following new
jurors will therefore appear tomor
row morning: Herman Busche,
Antone Fernandez (2), R. L.
Huhes, W. G. Pillar, W. C.
Reichardt, E. A. Knudsen, Jos.
Gomez, Charlie Aki, A. Gandall,
J. P. Kahlbaum. J. M. Lydgate,
E. H. W. B.roadbent, Fred. Egger
king, T. B. Buch, Karl Roendahl,
J. K. Kaauwai, P. A. Rbmane,
Andrew K. Leoiki, Gustav Hack
barth and C. D. Milliken.
The jurors not excused, and
who will also appear tomorrow,
nre: M. V. Fernandez, Chas.
Hlackstad, Dick Roder, A. G.
Hime and J. P. Alohikea.
It is a notable fact that there
are three preachers in the new list
above, as follows: Rev. J. M,
Lydgate, Rev. C. D. Milliken snd
Rev. J. K. Kaauwai. Surely this
is a good start for judicial virtue,
and all that is fair and right and
proper will be expected from the
The cases to come up are two
against Halalu, statutory charges
from Eleele; and a Chinaman
charged with perjury. It is sup
posed that court will adjourn after
these cases are over as they com
plete the term calendar.
OU BEACH PARTY
The Ou Club's March entertain
ment took the form of a moon
light beach party, given at the
home of Albert Horner, Ir., last
Saturday evening. The swimming
was declared to be very fine by
those who "went in", while some
elected to seek amusement at bridge
and other games.
Refreshments were served after
which all wound up a very pleasant
evening in dancing.
To Mother's Bedside
Miss Colburn, of the Kapaa
school, received a wireless on
Thursday announcing the serious
illness of her mother, Mrs. Tohn
F. Colburn, at Honolulu, and re
questing that .she return home
without delay. She left in the
steamer Saturday night Mrs
Colburn was about to undergo an
operation. If all has turned out
well Miss Colburn will return to
her school tomorrow.
Gen. Johnson Coming
Information has been received
that Brigadier-General Samuel I
Johnson will shortly visit Kauai
He will probably be accompanied
by Major L. V. Redington, his
chief of staff. While there will be
no formal inspections or anything
of that sort, there will undoubted
ly be turnouts of some kind whil
the officers are here.
Republicans of the Wahiawa
nrecinct foregathered at Eleele
hall Friday evening to nominate
delegate to the convention i
Honolulu. W. D. McUryfle was
nominated delegate, with J. P
Kamanuwai as alternate. Inas
much as there was, or is. no op
noaitiou that will be the way th
matter will stand.
I, MM TAKEN
F. E. McCall, a teacher in the
Kauai High and Grammar School,
is very ill in the Lihue hospital
with typhoid fever.
The case came o n suddenly
about last Thursday and developed
rapidlv, so that a very high tem
perature was reached in an un
usually short period, giving the
friends of Mr. McCall much an
xiety. Indications thus far are of a
serious case, although it is a little
earlv to tell with definiteness.
Mr. McCall came to the local
high school at the beginning of
the year in September last. Prior
to that he had been teaching in
the Lahainaluna School, on Maui.
Although a resident of Kauai for
a short time only, he has become
conspicuously identified with
sports and social activities, and is
a lieutenant in the National Guard.
Owing to the failure of the set
peaker to arrive, the principal
feature on the program of the
Waimea Literary Society for Sat
urday night did not materialize.
The members were treated, how
ever, to a splendid address bv
Captain G. T. Greie on the sub-
ect of "Patriotism," his remarks
being followed by quite interest
Prof. John S. Donaghho, of the
College of Hawaii, will be present
at the next meeting of the society
and will give a talk on the subject
of 'Tides." That meeting will be
held at the residence of Supervi
sor T. Brandt.
W. Fernandez has been making
a big success of the Blanche Sweet
films in the various theaters of the
island One closed last night at
Kealia and another will now be
put on. A splendid Mary Pick-
ford film is also coming. Announce
ment concerning coming program
appears elsewhere in this issue.
To The Wedding
Captain E. W. Carden. of Lihue
bank, will be a passenger for
Honolulu tonight to attend the
wedding of his brother, who is
deputy city and county attorney
He will be gone a week or ten days
Eleele Wins a Game
In the soccer game between
Eleele and Kalaheo schools Friday
afternoon the former won by
score of 2 to 0.
BENEFIT OF N. G. H.
The Makaweli National Guard
companies engaged Willie Fernan
dez' motion picture outfit for a
benefit show last Wednesday night
and cleared quite a neat, littl
sum, which will go into the trcas
uries of the companies to be used
for incidental expenses.
THE LEARNED DANCE
The gentleman to present the
main feature before the Waimea
Literary Society at the meeting
held Saturday evening was unabl
to come over from Honolulu, so
they turned the affair into a dance
OLIVERS TO TOWN
Mr. and Mrs, "Dick" Oliver, o
Waimea, sailed in the Kitiau Sat
tirdav afternoon for Honolul
where they will spend a week on
business and pleasure bent,
Honolulu The brewerv loses
Bartlett, its absconding manager.
udge Ashlord to sustain the demurrer of defendants in suit. Says
the company knew Bartlett had made away with its funds. The debt
is not yet due and the plaintiff is powerless to avoid being defrauded.
The Moana hotel, at Waikiki,
resort. This rcnort is not denied
About $200,000 will be expended on the resort. President von Hamm
will not d'scuss the plans. Improvements contemplated inchu'c two
big wings, an ornamentrl pier and dancing pavilion,
May Be Near Villa
Washington The report here is that Villa has been met and de
feated by Carranz.1 forces at Nnmiquisa and has fallen back-the pre
sumption being in the direction of
The request of the Washington
the Mexican National railroads calls
Pershing has with him six
Paris A determined attempt
Slavoff, prime minister, whom the assailant blames for dragging Bul
garia into the war. The coachman was wounded but the minister es
capee injury. Agitation against
reported to be growing fast.
President Will Sign
Washington President Wilson will sign
He tells Democratic leaders, however, that he
certain features of the measure.
Is Peace Really Coming?
Galveston "Immediate peace is in sight" is n significant sen-
tmee trom an even uioie significant
big firm in London. It is taken to
early ending of the great war.
Report Lacks Confirmation
New York Brokers here handling marine risks have had no con
firmation of the Galveston report as
Chinese Revolt Growing
Shanghai Revolt against Yuan
that a compromise with the president is contemplated
I he Boom
Chicago The boom for Root
Former coventor Murphy, of New
London Captain Roewel.ofthe
in his wife's steamer trunk on the
discovered by British authorities.
ROWELL In the Queen's
Hospital, Honolulu, March lS,:Carital stock of the Hawaiian
1916. W. E. Rowell of 290 South
Vineyard street, former superin
tendent of public works, un
married, surveyor, a native of
Koloa, Kauai, 71 years old.
The Lihue band will give its
regular monthly concert in Lihue
park at 3 o'clock Sunday after
TJIKODORK E. BURTON
Former senator from Ohio who has definitely announced his can
didacy for nomination on the Republican ticket for president. Bur
ton has the advantage of being from an important, ivotal State, but
his personal strength nationally has never been put to the test.
its fight to recover on the note of
The supreme court has ordered
is to be enlarged into a luxurious
bv the Territorial Hotel Company.
government for permission to use
forth protocol terms.
has been made to shoot down R.
King reruinancl anu t lie 1 renner is
the Philippines Bill,
doer, not approve of
cablegram received l2re from a
mean that prospects are bright for
to immediate peace.
is grcwing.Wu Ting Fang denies
for president is well launched.
Jersey, has set the machinery in
German nrmv. was found hiding
lan home to Germany. He was
on page 8)
An extra dividend of 50 cents
a share has been declared on the
Siitrar Co.(Makaweli) This is in
addition to the regular dividend
Mrs. Georne H. Miranda, of
Honolulu, will arrive on Kauai bv
the Kinnu tomorrow to visit her
sister. Mrs. lames Huddy. at
COPYKICH'r UAKijI b'WINC, WASH.
The political pot began to sim
mer in Lihue Friday night when.
:i the district courtroom of the
ounty building, Chaitman II. D.
Wishard rapped for order and
opened the meeting of the Re
publican precinct club. A G.
Kaulukou officiated as secretary
The court room was fairlv well
filled with voters of the precinct.
Hon. C. A. Rice was the princi
pal speaker of the evening. He
lealt chiefly with the business in
hand that of the delegates to be
sent to the convention in Hono
lulu and that of the delegation to
the national convention in Chica
go. In connection with the latter
proposition a letter from Congress
man McKinlev was read in which
that gentleman indicated theopin-
on that Hawaii's delegation to
Chicago should not be instructed.
That seemed also to be the senti
ment of the meeting.
The following were rominated
to be delegates to the convention
at Honolulu, and as they have no
opponents are already elected:
Chas. A. Rice, Chas. H. Wilcox
and J. H. Coney.
Gorman To Koloa
P. A. Gorman, of the grocery
department of Theo. H. Davies &
Company, arrived at Koloa Wed
nesday morning where, it is
understood, he will remain as
managur of Kauai the Trading
Company. Mr. Gorman is well
known on thisisland, having visile
Kauai recularly for about ten
years. He is quite popular and
will without doubt make a success
of the business at Koloa.
TO QUESTION US
According to the following,
published at Honolulu yesterday,
the Liovernor will shortly arrive
on Kauai for the purpose of hold
ing a mass meeting and finding
out the wishes of the people res
pecting the Kapaa homesteads:
Governor Pinkham within
short time will make a trip to Kau
ai for a personal investigation of
the Kapaa homestead situation.
He will call a public meeting of
the homesteaders there to discuss
the cane contracts and the pros
pects for future railroad facilities
tie will prohaUly take the new
laud commissioner, B. G. Riven-
burgh, and may take Superinten
dent of Public Works Forbes.
Announcement to this effect was
made by the governor this morn
nig. As published last week in
the Star-Bulletin, homesteaders are
coniplaiuingof delay in Retting their
contracts, many of them negotiat
ing unofficial contracts with Makee
Sugar Company in the absence o
a settlement of the terms with the
Lihue Plantation, the governor
not having approved these latter
"It has been a case of conflict
ing interests, of individuals who
were not themselves sure what
they wanted, and of the territory's
trying to protect the uublic niter
est," said the governor this morn
ing. "When this meeting is call
ed I shall ask the homesteaders
what they want."
The Kovernor says that the ter
ritorv isn't going to be forced into
hasty action by the views of indi
viduals which may not coincide
with public policy. He hopes that
a personal visit with the new land
commissioner will result in a clear
ing of the atmosphere.
COUPLE OF WOMEN
A Filipino of Hanatuatilu known
s Msrtinez concluded a family jar
Saturday by slashing up his wife,
his mother-in law and then trying
o kill himself.
The trio are now in the Lihue
hospital. Martinez in not badlv
wounded, but both of the women
are in a doubtful state. They are
uite badlv cut up and should
complications set in the results
might be serious.
Jealousy was probably at the
bottom of the whole trouble. Ac
cording to other Filipinoes, Mar
tinez and his wfie have quarreled
before, a third party being more
or less concerned. Saturday the
wife refused to stay with the jeal
ous man anvmote ana returnee;
from Hanamatilu to the home of
her mother in the Filipino camp
Lihue. Martinez followed her
there and the cutting took place
Both women were cut several
times, the weapon used being
cheap IXL pocket knife. Pre
sumably believing that he had
murdered the women, Martinez
went into the cane field and stabbed
himself. His wounds are not
:0URT CASES TOMORROW
Halalu, the young Hawaiian of
Hauapepe who has come in of late
for a great deal of-notorietv, will
appear in court tomorrow lor ttiai
on two indictments similar to the
statutory one on which he was
tried and acquitted last week. The
complaining witness in one case is
a Japanese girl and in the other,
Chinese. Judge Chas. S. Dole has
been appointed by the court to de
fend the accused.
Lau Hip Hoon will also appear
for trial tomorrow on the charge
Lumber Schooner In
The schooner Louise, Captain
Hammer, arrived at Port Allen
last Tuesday, coming from Gray's
Harbor. She brought 420,000 feet
of lumber for the Kauai Railway
Company. It is her expectation
to get away either this afternoon
or early tomorrow morning for
Inspectbr Raymond, of the De
partment of Public Instruction,
wrote a bare line over last week
to say that he would probably ar
rive at Waimea tomorrow morn
ing to look up some matters and
visit the schools. Nothing farther
has been beared trom him, so the
expectation at this writing is that
he will show up.
Ready For Soccer
Announcement was made from
tne Waimea side yesterday that
the third battalion, Fourth Regi
ment, is now ready to tackle any
other battalion at soccer, its team
being in first-class shape.
Mr. and Mrs. Karl Roendahl. of
Eleele, entertained a number of
friends at a dinner party out Fri
day evening, March 17, to cele
brate their wedding anniversary.
Cards .dancing and music were en
joyed during the eveuing.