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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 46.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 14, 1916
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY
Note The quotations below nro the prices at which the, stock sold
on exchange or the approximate price at which it may be purchased
Ewa Plantation Company
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Co.
McBrydo Sugar Company
Oahu Sugar Company
Olaiv Sugar Company
Pioneer Mill Company
Waialua Agricultural Company
Honolulu Brewing and Malting Company
Mineral Products Company
Honolulu Consolidated Oil Company
Engcls Copper Company '
Mountain King Mine
Hawaiian Sugar Company
Onomca Sugar Company
Hawaiian Pineapple Company
Oahu Railway & Land Company
Mutual Telephone Company
Hawaii Consolidated Railway (7 Pfd)
Hawaii Consolidated Railway (Common)
COMING SALE OF
During this week the Red Cross
stamps will be put on sale on Kauai.
These stamps are issued every year
at about Christmas time by the
American Red Cross Society, and
the proceeds from their sale are used
in the light against tuberculosis.
10 is returned to the source to
cover expenses of printing, distri
bution, etc., and 90 is used local
ly. The sales here in previous years
have ranged between $100 and 200.
Iti honed this year to far exceed
tfis amount, for with the coming
of the new tuberculosis hospital
there will be many needs to meet.
There is also a growing need of a
local nurse for each district of the
island to do general nursing as well
as to follow up tubercular eases in
camps and schools.
Would it be possible to make the
fund this year large enough to form
the nucleus of a fund for a Kauai
District Nursing Association?
The sale will be conducted by
Mrs. Clms. A. Rice.
The Tip Top Building
The new Tip Top building in Li
huc contains, besides the pretty
t h e a t e r and its various ac
cessories, a shoe store, a double
cafe, a barber shop, a furniture dis
play room, a tailor shop and the
photo establishment of J. Senda.
Other enterprises will open up in
the buil'.Ii.ig shortly. The nlace
seems destined to become quite an
' addition to the business center.
A Road Accident
A collision occurred ill Waimea
on Thursday between a F o r d
truck of the Waimea Wine Com
pany and an automobile of the Wa
imea Stables driven by Chaffeur
finndu-Sn. in which the front wheel
of the latter struck the rear wheel 1
of tlie former, throwing the Japan
ese driver from his seat and hurt
ing him considerably.Goodwin took
the Japanese to the hospital.
Left For The City
'Hie following sailed in the Ki
nau Saturday night for Honolulu:
T. W. Vallie, Miss L. demons, A.
Horner. K. Roendahl, C. W. Spitz,
Frank Con, H. Mashita, W. D.
Ward, P. Contalos, Henry Selva,
Douglas Silva, Margaret Silva, Mrs.
Mary Silva, Gatsukami, K. C.
Wong, George Wong, L. P. Kui, J.
K. Ching, A. C. Sooiig, A. Silner,
Mrs. Fritssci, Mrs. MoKonzic,
James McKenzie, Muriel McKenzie,
W. Krnso, Ray Irwin, I. Marlowe,
A. B. Boswcll, J. R. Cummings, J.
J. Newbegan, W. O. Crojvcll, U. N.
Olivet, Mrs. P. Kohlbaum.
The promised church dinner of
the Electa Union church, which was
.organized a few months ago, came
off on Friday evening last at the
home of Captain and Mrs. Leavitt,
of Port Allen. All the members of
the church, together with two or
three specially invited guests, sat
clown at the long table in the spa
cious lanai, overlooking the sloping
lawn and the moonlit sea. The din
ner was a delicious one, with some
toothsome dainties as one gets only
in private homes where good cook
ing prevails; while many a good
story and much sparkling repartee
went the rounds.
After the dinner-things were clear
ed away, the balance of the evening
was devoted to the discussion of the
affairs of the church, and the more
complete elalxmition of plans for
activity, with the pastor, Rev. J.
M. Lydgate, in the chair. Mr.Chas.
F. Loomis was elected Deacon; Mrs.
R. D. Moler and Miss Janet Ilastie,
Deaconesses, and Mr. K. Roendahl
choir leader. Committees on finance,
music, membership and church at
tendance were also appointed.
Provison was made for regular
quarterly church meetings for the
consideration of bu siness, the hear
ing of reports, and the furthering
of the interests of the church.
The matter of more frequent ser
vices came up for discussion, and it
was felt that in default of a regular
weekly service a class for bible study
w(uild be profitable and enjoyable.
A committee was appointed to con
sider and report on this matter.
Mrs. Rice Honored
Mrs. Albert S. Wilcox gave a poi
luncheon at Kilohana last Thurs
day in honor of Mrs. Philip 'Rico,
who returned a few days previously
after an absence of more than two
years in Chicago. Those present
were: Mesdanies Philip Rice, C. A.
Rice, S. W. Wilcox, G. P. Wilcox,
C. II. Wilcox, W. 11. Rice, Jr., J.
II. Coney, J. M. Lydgato, F L.
Putman, Swan, W. II. Grote, W.
N. Stewart, Robertson; Mrs. Anna
Wright and Miss Wilson, of Hono
lulu, who are visiting Mrs. C A.
Rice; Misses Elsie and Mabel Wil
cox, Lulu Weber and Reiser.
After luncheon bridge was playell
and the first prize went to t Mrs.
Philip Rice, the second to Mrs. W.
II. Grote and the third to Mrs. An
Wm. R. Lymer, of the law firm
of Lindsay it Lymer, Honolulu,
came to Lihue on t Wednesday and
returned to Honolulu by the Maui
Friday night. He was over in con
nection with a case before the Cir
About 3 o'clock in the morning
of Thursday last fire broke out in
one of the apartments .of the almost
continuous block between Hamano's
storo and the Nawiliwili stream, in
Nawiliwili, and in a short time all
of the buildings in that section were
reduced to ashes.
Tho principal buildings destroyed
were: The ice cream parlor and
general store of Nakashima; the
general store of Sung Fook Lung;
tho premises of H. Matsumoto,
chauffeur fqr the Nawiliwili garage;
the tailoring establishment of M.
Nalcao, and the Aloha Hotel, of
which Iliguchi is the proprietor.
When the alarm of fire was given
all the residents of the locality turn
ed out. The buildings were old and
dry, however, and, worst of all, the
water mains failed; and what little
water was available was used to pre
vent the spread of the ilames across
the street and to tho building next
to the Haniano store. Men with
brooms and a bucket brigade saved
the Haniano store and checked the
fire at that point.
There was great' excitement when
the Aloha Hotel went down, for the
lire was then at its hottest and it
seemed certain that tho buildings
across the road would also be ignit
ed. The bucket brigade proved,
however, equal to the occasion.
Sung ,Fook Lung storef in the
basement of which tho fire" started,'
carried insurance on tho stock of
merchandise. A. R. Gurrey, Ter
ritorial insurance adjuster, who now
lives at Makaweli, has spent much
of the time since the fire in Lihue
and Nawiliwili, investigating the
cause and for the purpose of adjust
ing the claim of the storekeeper.
A meeting of the Kauai Histori
cal Society will be held at the Li
hue Library Thursday evening, be
ginning at 7:30 o'clock. The sub
jects will lie: "TheKawailmuIIui,"
presented by Judge Clms. S. Dole;
'Early History o f the Catholic
Mission on Kauai,?' b y Father
Reginald; "Notes on Wailua," by
Rev. J. M. Lydgate."
This will bo the first session fol
lowing tho summer vacation and
should prove quitq interesting and
Forbes And Wharves
The Star-Bulletin has the follow
ing to say concerning the results of
the recent visit of Superintendent
Forbes to Kauai:
Charles R. Forbes, superinten
dent of public works, returned Sat
urday morning from Kauai whore
he was inspecting tho island with a
view to needed improvements to be
brought up at the next legislature.
Forbes staled that he found neces
sity for eight miles of homestead
roads on the Garden Island and
that ho will recommend appropria
tions for them. lie will file a report
with the commissioner of public
Wraterfront improvements which
he considered while on the island
were several in number, including
a wharf at Kapaa to handle home
stead cane. Several bridges will be
necessary in the road construction
as planned and armories at Wai
mea and Lihue arc also much de
sired. Miss L. Clenions, said to bo a
distant relative of the late Samuel
L. Clenions (Mark Twain,), com
pleted a tour of Kauai last week
and returned to Honolulu Saturday
Hanapepo was the scene at about
3:30 yesterday afternoon of another
Filipino murder, and great excite
ment prevailed in tho little town
the rest of the day and last night.
The name of the man killed was
Dionicio Palad, and the badly
wounded party is Agaton . In the
Waimea jail is Francisco Esquilo,
who is charged by the police with
shooting both men.
Sheriff Rice rushed to tho scene'
immediately after the shooting and
empanelled a coroner's jury to in
quire into the cause of death of Dio
nicio.' Tly tragedy occurred in a house
next to the Japanese school, in Ha
napepo. It appears that the wife
of Francisco Esquilo was sent to
Honolulu on Saturday, and a rumor
was around that Palad and Agaton
had sent her away. Esquilo called
on the two men to know if the story
was correct, but both disclaimed
any knowledge of the disappearance
of the woman. It is alleged that
Esquilo pretended to leave but as a
matter of fact stopped outside and
heard the two men talking together
about sending the woman away.
It is claimed that Esquilo then
went to a store in. Hanapepo .where
he purchased a 32-ealibrc revolver
and cartridges. Returning to the
house he charged the men with
sending his, wife away and a fight
ons'ft-d in which there is a discon
nected story of a knife play. In
the melee, Esquilo is alleged to
have opened fire. Dionicio Palad
was shot twice, the last bullet -entering
the neck and passing upward
into the brain, causing dentil. The
man Agaton wus also shot twice,
the first time in the arm and the
second in the neck. He is in the
A Filipino ollicer called 'Aiiio
na" arrested tho alleged murderer
and took him to Waimea.
, The secretary of the Kauai Cham
ber of Commerce this morning re
ceived from the Appointment Clerk
of the Department of Justice ac
knowledgement of receipt of the re
solutions adopted by the Chamber
at Waimea in October rcommend
the reappointment of Judge Dickey
to succeed himself as judge of the
court of this circuit. The 1 'Iter i.-
non-coinniittal as to what the De
partment may do, the main part of
"The Attorney-General directs
me to acknowledge receipt of your
communication addressed to him
recommending the reappointment of
Hon. Lyle A. Dickey to tho position.
of Judge of the Fifth Circuit Court
Mr. Forbes On Kauai
Charles R. Forbes, superintendent
of public works, came over on the
Kinuu Wednesday morning and
looked into the mattcis of wharves,
homestead roads a n d National
Guard armories. Upon his investi
gation he will make recommenda
tions to the Governor and Legisla
ture in regard to appropriations for
the next biennial period.
Boys Elected Wilson
Mr. Loomis, secretary of the Y.
M. C. A. organizations on Kauai,
had a mock election for president
among tho Japanese, Filipinos, etc.,
belonging to his band.- Wilson car
ried every organization, some by
large ' majorities. "He has kept
us out of war" was tne argument
behind tho vote.
Honolulu A driver at the Pearl Harbor naval station named Scott
was dead when brought up from the ocean's lloor yesterday. The air
pipe had been severed in some way lielow tho water.
Charles R. Forbes is shortly going to the lhaiuland and it is said the
Democratic politicians are much concerned regarding his mission.
National Guaid ofiicers last night gave a banquet as a welcome to
Colonel Croxton and farewell to Colonel Lincoln. The governor was tho
chief speaker at the affair.
Tho mayor and committees are ready to meet tho Great Northern's
party. There will be luncheon at the Seaside tomorrow and Ad Clubc
The President And The Tariff
Washington It is believed here that President W'ilson will recom
mend a complete revision of the tariff law after the war is over, provid-'
ed tho facts gathered by a commission to bo appointed justify it.
The President has begun work on his message to tho forthcoming
Queen Liliuokalani has written
that one of tho new battleships be named Hawaii". The request is
being given serious consideration and will probably be granted.
Exit Sam Hughes
Ottawa Sam Hughes, minister of the militia, who was asked by
the premier to resign, has complied.
A Submarine Explodes
Tokio A Japanese submarine has been destroyed by an explosion.
Paris Yesterday's drive north of
1,000 prisoners. Little resistance was
blown to pieces. The morale of tho
Cardinal Mercier declares that
gians and forced them to work in munitions factories. The bishops of
Relgnun are to make a formal protest to the world.
Honolulu The estimate of the sugar crop in tho Philippines is thir
ty per. cent less thaU last year.
The troubles of the Hilonian are
posed and her sailing may be delayed
In tho Hilo breakwater matter Man-hall's motion to dismiss the at
tachment will be heard tomorrow.
Oahu Sugar Company will spend a million dollars enlarging its mill.
The new plant will more than double the present capacity and will be
fully electrified. Material is ordered of Honolulu Iron Works.
New Drive Of British
i rm i j i. i. .. . i . i 1 t ii r
ljontion j nu jsniisn nave launcneu a new unvc on me aomnie
sector, the new offensive cutting a mile deep into German territory, cap
turing the towns of Beaumont Ilaniel, St. Pierre and Divlon.
German Reverses Claimed
According to a Renter's telegram a brilliant victory has been won
by the Serbians on the Macedonian front.
Tho Russians are today reported to have filtered the Dobrudja sec
tor at two points.
The Russian fleet lms again bombarded the Black Seaf port of Con
stanza, recently occupied by von. Mackensen's troops.
Disease and military reverses, it is declared from Petrograd, have
seriously affected the morale of the
is declared that reinforcements Avhich Mackensen expected were not pro
vided, and that he was caught in the Dobrudja district, with winter
coining on, his armies failing and the' Russians pouring down from the
north to augment the Rumanian fighters.
Paris The Serbian victory over
the Macedonian front has been a brilliant triumph. The French ar
tillery, supporting the Serbian infantry, drove the Germans back two
miles, the Serbians captured a thousand prisoners and many guiut.
Berlin The Austro-Gernian army in Transylvania has captured
threedowns and repulsed all Rumanian attacks. Ovei a thousand pris
oners have been taken.
TIP TOP THEATER
The beautiful Tip Top theater,
in Lihue, was thrown opeii Wednes
day evening for the first time. Every
seat in the place was sold and tho
audience was composed of people
all the way from Waimea to llima
lei. Music was supplied by an or
chestra of Hawaiian musicians, the
orchestr-piano noti yet being i n
shape for service.
During the evening the lighting
effects were displayed by Mr. E. O.
Thurtell and tho various curtains
were also shown. A number of priz
es were distributed to holders of
People attending the opening en
tertainment were delighted with the
arrangement of tho new theater. It
is quite tho neatest house of its kind
in tho Territory, barring only, the
Royal Hawaiian opera house at Ho
Before and after the show the
Tip Top Cafe, which adjoins the
theater, did a rushing business.
"I was simply delighted with the
patronago given the Tip Top on the
tho secretary of the navy requesting
Thiepval netted the Rritish about
found in tho trenches, which were
Teutons seems to be going.
the Germans deported 40,000 Rel-
more serious than was at first sup
four or five days.
German forces on the east front. It
the Bulgarians and Germans on
on page 6)
OF M01ANA CLUB
The Mokihana Club held its No
vember meeting on tho first Wed
nesday of the month, as usual, at
the Lihue Hall. There was an at
tendance of over fifty ladies, several
coming all tho way from Kapaa and
the homestead region beyond. A
brief business meeting preceded tho
social hour. The two new commit
tees, which it was decided to form
at tho last meeting, were announced
by the chair to be as follows:
Public Health Nursing: Miss Ma
bel Wilcox, Mrs. Lydgate, Mrs.
Robertson, Mrs. Putnam, Mrs. W.
II. Rice, Jr.
Town Improvement and Garden
ing: Mrs. C. A. Rice, Mrs. Broad
bent, Mrs. C. II. Wilcox, Miss?
Weber, Mrs. Bridgewater.
Announcement was niadobyMiss'.
Mabel Wilcox that tho sale of RcdY
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opening night", said Mr. H. RotirJfJ" .
the promoter of the enterprise. "If w
the public will continuo to treat
so well the theater will bo a g