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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, October 03, 1916, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1916
(Continued from page 1.)
crats to do ns tlicy pleased in the
election in November.
Mr. Wilcox was greeted with ap
plause when ho appeared on the
stage and was cheered heartily at
the conclusion of his address.
James K. Kula, candidate for the
House, spoke first in English and
then in Hawaiian. lie referred to his
own' work in the legislature and
paid a tribute to J. II. Coney as a
House leader. Then he went down
the line and threw a buoquet apiece
at each of the other candidates.
Isaac Kaiu, opponent of Mr. Coney
in the race for the nomination for
the Senate, spoke in Hawaiian, his
remarks being interpreted by A. G
Kaulukou. The concensus of his
ideas seemed to be that the home-
steading scheme was not right and
should ho changed; ami if nomi
nated and elected he would pro
need immediately to rectify the
matter (despite the fact that the
homesteading laws are entirely in
the hands of Congress).
J. II. Coney spoke at greater
length than any of the other candi
dates and probably said more than
all of them put together except Mr.
Wilcox. He started off in Hawaii
an, worked up gradually to what
may be' termed the politician's
white heat and when he got all the
Hawaiians properly hypnotized and
ready to shout "Kokua" to almost
anything, he shifted into English
and glided as smoothly along as
though he had just come into, the
meeting. Mr. Coney said he had
been charged with opposing home
steading and with favoring the Li
hue plantation in the recent Wai
pouli railway negotiations. lie de
nied that he was opposed to home
steading and explained that his
only interest in the Lihue planta
tion matter was that he saw in and
through it a booster for Nawiliwili
harbor, the improvement of which
he very much favored. As for the
homesteading laws they were good
enough. The trouble was in the
administration of the laws.
J K. Lota spoke in Hawaiian,
reviewing his past career in the
Legislature and promising all sorts
of things if re-elected.
John de C. Jerves was the only
candidate not present. Following
Mr. Lota came the ''real thing" in
old-time politics Kuapuhi Iosua
and D. Kancalii, both candidates
for the House. Almost all of the
original audience had gone by that
time, only a few relations or friends
of the candidates remaining. It was
well that that was so, too, for a
bunch of Natioual Guard officers ar
rived at that juncture from batta
lion drill in the park and needed
'room for expansion. Having fresh
material to work on Kuapuhi and
Kancalii sailed in and made the air
fairly sizzle for the next half hour.
s The meeting was a great success
from every view-point.
Under the leadership of C. S
Dole a very commenllable hiking
spirit is growing up. The last two
Saturdays have boon devoted to
outings, the one up onto the Kala-ni-puu
ridge and the surrounding
country, and the other to Kukaua
through the Gorman forest and back
through one of the beautiful ohia
valleys. From tho former oxpeditoh
they brought homo a fine specimen
of the flowering ' LoU-llia, P.righa
mia, named after W. T. Brigham,
a tiling of beauty and very rare, a
mass o f creamy white fragrant
llowors, set in a cabbage head. It
is found growing on the rocky cliffs,
mostly in inaccessible places.
Other interesting walks are plan
nod one of them being over the
mountain by the Pole Lino Trail to
This is the time for such trips
before the bad weather sets in.
Baseball Next Sunday
The baseball games next Sunday
will bo as follows:
Hospital Corps vs. Company B,
Company I (Makawoli) vs. Com
pany E, (Kealia) at Koalia.
Came For Pointers
James Dyson, carpenter of Oahu
plantation, spent last week in Li
hue. He came over for the pur
pose of inspecting the new style of
part concrete and part wood houses
constructed by Lihue plantation for
laborers, with a view to introducing
the same style of buildings at Wai
pahu. Ho expressed himself as
much pleased with all he had seen
Is Not Guilty
Dr. Derby, of Lihue, who has
gone east and will return at the
end of October, included the follow
ing interesting statement In a letter
just received here: The ill-found
ed remarks and reports that have
been going the rounds about my
self are of no effect. My friend J
K. Farlev seems to ho thA nnlv
young man of Kauai who has shown
the real courage of his convictions
tins year, as far as I know".
It is understood that Dr. Hof'
mann, who is leaving Kealia. will
go to 1'ahafa, Hawaii.
In Thb Circuit Court, Fifth
Circuit, Territory op
In Probate At Chambers.
In the matter of the Estate of
Leong Mook, deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Accounts. Determin
ing Trust and Distributing the
On reading and filing the peti
tion and accounts of C 8. Frank
lin. Administrator de bonis non of
the Estate of Leong Mook, de
ceased, wherein petitioner asks to
be allowed .$65.58 and charged
with $85.75, and asks that the
same be examined and approved,
and that a final order be made of
Distribution of the remaining prop
erty to the persons thereto entitled
and discharging petitioner and
sureties from all further responsi
It is ordered, that Saturday, the
3rd day of Nov. A. D. 1916. at 10
o'clock A. M. before the
presiding at Chambers of said
Court at his Court Room in the
Judiciary Building in Lihue, Coun-
tv of Kauai, be and the same here
by is appointed the time and place
for hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that all persons inter
ested may then and there appear
and show cause, if any they have.
why the same should not be grant
ed, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled to the said
Dated the 30th day of Sept. 1916.
sgd Lyle A, Dickey,
fudge, Circuit Court, Fifth Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
(Signed) D. Wm. Dean.
Clerk of said Court.
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Lihusj, Sept. 22, 1915.
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