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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 31.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1916
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The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Knuni held its regular
monthly business meeting on Wed
nesday, August 2nd, 11)10, nt 10 o'
cloek A. M. Present: II. D. Wish
ard, chairman; W. D. McBrydo,
.Too Rodrigues, A. Menefoglio.
The several bills submitted, after
due, examination, were approved to
bo paid out of the following appro
priations: Salarv Cty ltd Supervisor 2o0.00
Pav of Police: Specials 180.00
County Lot & Building
Cty Bldg: Janitor Service
District Courts, etc. :
Expenses of Election 20.00
Furniture & Ollico Supplies 100.00
Hospitals: Eleele 100.00
Sam Mahelonn Memorial
incidentals : Attorney
Co. ltd Supervisor
The wedding bells rang joyously
on Saturday evening last, at Wahi
awa, at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
William Kruse, when their grand
daughter, Miss Helen A. Gardner,
was married to Mr. George C. W.
Wramp, ' Kekaha, by Rev. J. M.
Lydgate, in the midst of a large cir
cle of relatives and intimate friends.
The bride, who is an attractive girl,
was simply but prettily dressed after
the manner of brides, and the ser
vice was more than usually impres
sive, with that happy combination uf
genuine emotion which runs to
smiles one moment and to tears
another. The ceremony was im
mediately followed by a wedijing
supper, where the rare delicacies of
the old-time German cooking were
most heartily enjoyed. It was a hap
py occasion all round, but most so
for the genial and hearty hosts, Mr.
Candidates For Senate
Political runiorologists have it that
Hon. J. 11. Coney will be a Republi
can candidate in the primary for the
Senate and that he will probably
not be opposed in his party. The
seat to become vacant is that of
Senator Chas. A. Rice whoso term
expires this year.
John T. Chandler, of Koloa, will
be a candidate for nomination on the
Democratic ticket and will likely
not be opposed in the primary.
A Honolulu Visitor
Miss GerlrudeMcQueen, of Hono
lulu, returned to the city Saturday
night after a visit of three weeks
w i t h the Roendahls, at Eleele.
While on the island a dance was
given in her honor in Eleelo hall,
and Friday evening Miss llolyn
Schimmolfenig, of Koloa, gave her
a complimentary luau, which was;
largely attended and much enjoyed.
Lighting Public Ground &
Public Celebration -180.00
SCHOOLS: New School
Repair & Main. School
Bldgs oc M5.!)8
1, -11)0.0 1
Support of Prisoners
Koloa . -
ItO AD WORK:
Cty ltd Machinery
Waimea: Oiling Hoads
(It. T. S. D.)
ltd Tax Spec.
Itoads iv Bridges
1, 150 1.(50
Lihue: Itoads it Bridges 1,0:55.:50
Macad: Papaa-Moloaa 1 10.00
Itoads it Bridges 1,814,7!)
(Continued on Page 4.)
Port Allen Shipping
The barkontino Makaweli, which
had been engaged in discharging
11500 tons of coal, left Thursday af
ternoon for Portland, Oregon. She
will take a .cargo of lumber from
the Sound to Australia.
The barkentine .lames Johnson
arrived Wednesday morning from
Newcastle with 1050 tons of coal
for the Kauai Railway Company.
She will remain about two weeks.
The freight steamship Texan ar
rived Wednesday morning from the
coast via Honolulu with small freight
for local merchants. She took on
1000 tons of sugar and sailed the
same afternoon for Kahului.
Another Car Accident
Last week ear 44(5, from Ilanalei,
driven by a Japanese, ran into a
big truck belonging to MoBryde
Store on the Eleele side of the Wa
hiawa hill, smashing up things
generally. The car. a new Buick,
sustained damages estimated at from
S'5()0 to 8-100, while the truck sus
tained $100 of injury. Witnesses
to the accident have stated that the
Japanese was (as is so frequently
the case) on the wrong side of the
New Lihue Buildings
Next to the Tiptop theater in Li
hue, on the Kapaia side, will be
constructed a house for the use of
persons having business establish
ments in the building. It will be a
largo structure and designed to har
monize with the neighborhood. Next
to this building the plantation will
put up several modern, concrete and
wood houses for the use of laborers.
A license was issued at Honolulu
yesterday for the marriage of Paul
iO. E. Rutsch and Miss H. Ainalie
Grote, both of Lihue.
ALL OVER SUNDAY
I Here was hasohall all over on
cuniiay nut as a rule it was oi a
rather one-sided quality, indicating
n . i i i t i
that the teams are unevenly balanc
ed. Games were played at Kilauea,
Lihue, Eleele and Makaweli. Th
fifth game, billed for Homesteads
failed to materialize because Com
pany F, of Kealia, did not show up
. THE GAME AT KIL.W'EA
The tightest game of the day was
that between Company 15, of Lihue,
and Company D, of Kilauea, at Ki
lauea. Lieutenant Patterson went
over m charge ot the l.iluio bunch
and Scares was put in the box. Quit
a crowd witnessed the contest. At
the ninth innings the score was a
tie. !5 to o. Company 15 at that
point made a big pull-up, however,
putting seven men across the plate.
The game closed 10 to !! in favor of
the visitors. -
LI III' E GAME A FIZZLE
The game at Lihue between Com
panies A and C was considerable of
a frost. Only four innings were act
ually finished, when Company C
(Filipinos) left the Held. The score
at the time was .'54 to 4 in favor of
Company A. Both teams complain
ed that some of their best men were
ON ELEELE FIELD
A fair-sized crowd turned out at
Eleele to witness the game between
Company G, of that town, and Com
pany E, of Kealia. This proved to
be a very one-sided contest, Com
pany G scoring 1!) runs and letting
their competitors in for only one.
MAKAWELl'S HOME GAME
Companies I and K had a game at
Makaweli Sunday afternoon, the
score heme to in lavor ot the
former. The crowd was small. Coin-:
panics L and K will play at the
same place next Sunday.
New Club Quarters
An extensive addition is being
built on Mifrrison Hall, at Maka
weli, which will lie u.-ed for a
hoarding house and club quarters
for the employees of the plantation.
When completed It will take tl o
place of the piesont boarding house,
and will he more roomy and more
elaborately littcd up.
Steam Roller Burns Cane
Last Tuesday afternoon a county
team roller, working on the public
highway, set lire to a patch of
young cane at Homestead belong
ing to A. .1. Caldeira and practically
destroyed two acres of it. An effort
will be made to grind some of it,
but as the cane was, so young the
saving will be small.
With its extra dividends to be
paid out added to the regular divi
dends already provided for, Koloa
Sugar Company will dispense thirty
per cent to its stockholders tlijs year.
This is regarded as a remarkable
showing for an estate which a short
time ago was almost in the "lame
Tax Appeal Decisions
Decisions in the Makaweli, Gay &
Robinson and McBryde Sugar Com
pany tax appeal cases will probably
be handed down by the Tax Appeal
Mrs. Fave anil daughters left in
the Kinau Saturday for California,
the young ladies returning to school Friday (o spend a part of her vaea
over there. They had spent (he, (ion with Misses Edith and Juliet
summer at their Kekahu homo. 1 Rico,
RETIRES FROM HER
In view of the near departure of
Mrs. Anna C. Wilcox for a vUit to
the coat, she ha resigned her po
sition as superintendent of the Li
hue Hawaiian Sunday School. Mrs.
Wilcox has held this position foi
some twelve yeais, during which
time she has dune niot excellent
and ellicieiit service to the com
munity. By means of ;m engaging pcrsnu-
..1 !i . . I i i ...
amy, an inumaic Knowledge oi tin
Hawaiian people, and a genuine in
icresi m iiiem, she has leen oxeep
tionally well adapted to this im
portaut work. In addition to thesi
personal gifts, she has devoted her
self, with most uns(l(ih and mi
tiring service to the interests of tin
....i i 1 1 . , i .
wimoi, wiui i tie result mai it lias
prospen d amazingly in her hands,
ami has grown go be one of tin
leading schools ol (lie island, not
uiny in imnmcrs, nut, moie signi
t i i . .
ficantly, in interest and ellieienev.
Taking advantage of an opporlum
birthday, a deputation of the Sun
day School presented Mrs. Wilcox.
last Saturday morning, with a con
pie oi valuable potted plants, to
gether with a happily worded nn
mo rial expressive ol appreciation,
regard and good-will in considera
tion of her long years of faithful
ARGER PLAHS FOR
ii Ems m
The Lihue Union church, at a
business meeting i n the library
rooms of the church Tuesday even
ing last, discussed matters of im
portance, and considered reports or
the various committees rce ntly ap
pointed. A very satisfactory state
ment was made by the finance com
mittee, showing a very healthy con
dition of the finances of the church
and an encouraging outlook for the
future, consequent on the increased
interest in church matters.
A tentative budget for (becoming
year was made up on the basis of
an expenditure just about double
that of former years, for important
new work to be undertaken. Pledges
were made on the spot pretty well
covering the increased expenditure.
The various other committees like
wise reported satisfactory progress,
together wilh the assurance of larger
things in the future.
Polo Team Formed
A polo team has been organized
on Kauai and it is quite likely that
it will enter the inter-island tour
nament at Honolulu.- Among the
players are James Spalding, Sena
tor Chas. A. Rice, Major W. II'
Rice, Jay Gould and John Malina.
The players are practicing at the
Waiponli race track.
Kauai bad a good polo team at
one time and there are those who
feel that the local bunch can still
The Matson steamship Ililonian
arrived at Port Allen Friday morn
ing from Honolulu and the coast,
bringing no cargo. She sailed, again
Saturday afternoon for Kahului,
taking 2,000 tons of sugar.
Miss Elizabeth Ilobdy. daughter
of Dr. Ilobdy, I lonoltilu, came over
TODAY'S 10 LATEST
NEWS BY WIRELESS
Honolulu Harmony dodges all llirtat:on in Republican circles.
Meeting of central committee to discuss dilVerence lacks a quorum. There
w some warm tinollicial discission of the situation in which Chairman
Berndt stands pal; so docs Harry Murray.
Miss Helen Alexander lease- the S. C. Allen homestead in Alakea
street, and will open in it a fashionable restaurant and rest house.
Instructions received here from the war department show that an
important and exhaustive lot of work has leon'eiit out for the engineer's
cups of the Hawaii militia under the defense act.
Italians Defeat Austrians
London The Italians have won big successes from the Austrians in
the Tyrolesian districts. Latin forces sweep (heir Teutonic focmcn from
positions in the Alps and capture line of important foriTieations from
Battling East And West
British and French are howling their own in the lighting at the
western front, while in the east the Russians are still hammering at the
Teutons and making progress slowly.
Money For Epidemic
New York John I). Rockefeller has made the citv a present of S"0,
000 to assist in the light on infantile
The public health service is examining all children leaving the city
to prevent the spread of the disease
picks On Navy Bill
Washington The conference committee agreed on the army bill
mil it has passed, but a hitch has come on that part of the naval bill
which calls for loO ships in three years. '
Hughes Hoi After Wilson
Detroit Hughes strongly attacks Wilson's policy 'as to Mexico and
hits hard. The administration is charged with failure to uphold Ameri
Capital and labor must get together, be says.
Foreign relations under Bourbon rule are disgraceful.
East Africa Situation
London The crisis in the German East Africa campaign is believed
o be at hand.
AppEtn Must Slay In Port
Norfolk The application of the
to ue to.' ve-M'l while (lie ease is penning in the l
las been denied.
nPPIIllfi RAMP 111 i
The opening name at the new J
Ilaiiami'ulu ra'rk was played oil i
Minday afternoon and lv.-tdted in
victory of the J. A. C. over the I-.
('. Quito a huge crowd of fansi
witnessed the contest.
a summary of the game
J. A. ('.
1' All II l. I'd . i:
YoshinMo H .". ' '1 I O I
Kusatsii I r, 2 I '2 " 0
Matsunuira I 1 2 '2 1 15 0
Tsukamolo ! (i 15 ii S 0 2
Kamezawa 7 ." 0 2 1 0 (I
Morioka 1) " 1 0 0 0 0
Kaminiura o r, 112 0 2
Isbida 2 :5 0 0 10 0 2
Tsuruda (i !5 !5 I 1 J 2
Total II 1 M2 1(5 it '.I
F. A. C.
e .n it lit i') a i:
Placido (5 o 0 0 2 12
Pablo 12 10 1 11
Ciriaeo -I 0 0 2 2 2
Domingo I I 0 0 1) I! !!
Maivcllo 2 :i 10 110
l.asaro 7 K 1 1 0 1 0
Belnan 15 I 0 1 ' 0 1
Diomicio S I 0 1 0 1 1
Ropo t) :t 0 0 0 1 '
Total :52 !5 15 21 11 10
Hits ami runs
, A. C. ,1 2 I!
-I ") (i 7 N !) Total
15 I 0 2 0 0 II
2 0 112 12
I .') (i 7 S !) Total
. A. C.
2 0 15
2 1 0
1 2 :)
1 0 (I 0 0 2 0 0 0 15
0 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 0 15
Pablo played third ba.-e from the
1th inning and Ciriaeo took Ins
It was orroniously stated in (he
papers (hat the new commission oj
.1. II. Moragne as a member of the
Kauai Industrial Accident Board
was for one year. The appointment
is for live years.
Mrs. G. F. Winter and children,
accompanied by MissTheliua Hop
per, will spend a week in Ilanalei,
into other parts of the country.
owners of the
Appam to be allowed
. S. Supreme court
on page 5)
Kegel Alleys Improved
bowling alleys in Lihue have
ind the entire place
number of new lights
have been put in ami everything is
now in excellent shape.
Next Sunday's Baseball
The games of baseball in the Na-t:-'nel
Guard scries next Sunday
will be as follows:
Companies A and 15, at Kilauea.
Companies C and D, at Kilauea.
Companies I and M, at Makaweli.
Companies K and I, at Makaweli.
Judge Ilofgaard presided a t a
marriage ceremony in Waimea yes
terday afternoon, the contracting
I parties being a Chinese youth nam
ed Sen Sin and a Hawaiian girl
named Lei Watt.
Mrs. J. M. Lydgate gave a pretti
ly appointed tea Thursday afternoon
in honor of Mrs, A. G. Horn, of
Honolulu, who is visiting the K. C.
Jay Gould anil family arrived on
Kauai by the steamer Maui Friday
inornihg to spend a short season
with relations of Mrs. (build.
W. C. Avery, principal of the
Kauai High And Grainnnr school,
left in the Kinau Saturday night
for a short visit to Honolulu.
Thomas Iluslace, of Grove Farm,
has gone to Honolulu to attend the
wedding of his uncle, Charles Hus
tacc, Jr. Mrs. Ilustaee will spend
a week at Ilanalei.
Miss Doris Durst of Alameda,
Cal., who had been spending a part
of the summer with the Misses Rice,
Nawiliwili, left by (he Kinau Satur
day afternoon fof home.
County Treasurer A. (!. Katilu
kou, who has I con spending a short
vacation in Honolulu, will return
tomorrow moining to his post.
Mrs. Hogg and children, of Li
hue, have gone to Ilanalei for a
couple of wci ks. They are occupy
ing the Faye bca-h cottage over