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Mies Elsie Yilcox
ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL 15. NO. 36.
LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, SEPT. 9. 1919
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MAE FROM MAKAWELI
Over a hundred automobiles
were parked around the Lihue
baseball Held last Sunday, the
grandstand was packed and there
was a large overllow along the
side lines. They came with the ex
pectation of witnessing an except
ionally fast, ball game, and they
were not disappointed. In spite
of the fact that Lihue came very
near to shutting McBryde out,
every inning was fought to a
McBryde played with grim de
termination, and played well, but
there cannot be the slightest doubt
by anyone witnessing the game,
that Lihue out-played them at
every turn. But they were good
losers. After the game Captain
Denchi said, "Lihue had an ideal
lineup to day and beat us fair and
square. They had the better team
and we have no kick coming."
Time after time McBryde got
men on third and bases full, but
not until the ninth inning did they
succeed in getting a run. Then
through a series of errors, they
got in three men before there was
an out. Then Perreira tightened
up and shut out the next two men,
while the third went out short to
Perreira, of the Lihue's pitched
his best game of the season, with
eleven strikeouts and only two
passes issued. Ellis played an air
tight and heady game at the re
ceiving end, without an error
chalked against him. Bob Okuda
held down the first sack and play
ed a good game in that important
position. Lovell, the old reliable
at second, played his usual master
ly game, while Akita at third tlid
well for a man who has been out
of the. game since the opening of
the season. Frank Fernandez at
right, Capt. John at center and
Tuxeira at left did not have much
to do, although a couple of lilies
did reach Tureira, which he hand
led nicely. The Lihue boys batted
in great form, losing only one man
by the strike out route.
McBryde.. Sally hits and goes to
first. Wilson goes to first on fumble
by pitcher. Spalding and Frank both
fan and Sally is thrown out at third
Lihue F. Fernandez walks. Akita
hits for a single. Lovell flies out to
second. Perreira goes to first on a
chance and Fernandez comes home
Tal goes out pitcher to first. Okuda
hits for a Binglo and Akita comes
home. Tuxeira goes to first on a
chance and Perreira tallies. Ellis flies
out to center. 3 runs.
McBryde Watson and Portland die
at the plate. Dyson hits out second to
Lihue J. Fernandez flies out sec
ond to first, F. Fernandez fans, and
Akita grounds out third to first.
McBryde Johnson and Laimana
fan and Sally files out to center.
Lihue Lovell grounds out pitcher
to first, Perreira goes to first on mull
ed fly at center. Tai sacrifices and
brings Perrolra home. Okuda files out
at center. 1 run.
McBryde Wilson grounds out to
pitcher to first. Spalding goes to
first on error at third. Frank goes
first on error at first. Watson fans.
Portland goes to first on chance and
Dyson grounds out second to first.
Portland, Frank and Spalding left on
Lihue Tuxeira gets a two bagger,
Ellis flies out at short, vl. Fernandez,
sacrifices and brings Tuxeira home.
F. Fernandez fouls out to catcher.
McBryde JohnBon goes to first on
FROM M BRYDE
wild throw. Laimana goes out pitcher
to first. Sally grounds out second to
flrst, and Wilson pops a fly to pitcher.
Johnson dies on third.
Lihue Akita fouls out to catcher,
and Lovell walks. Perreira goes flrst
on a single and Akita comes home.
Tal hits a single and brings Lovell
home. Okuda grounds out short to
first and Tai is killed on third. 2 runs.
McBryde Spalding flies out to
short, and Frank and Watson both
ground out pitcher to flrst.
Lihue Tuxeira goes first on wild
pitch, Ellis walks, and J. Fernandez
sacrifices and brings Tuxeira home.
F. Fernandez goes flrst on chance.
Akita grounds out short to flrst. Fer
nandez left on second.
McBryde Portland goes flrst on er
ror at short. Dyson hits for a sing'e
Tashibarn fans, Laimana out on foul
to catcher and Sally grounds out pitch
er to firs;.
Lihue Lovell grounds out pitcher
to flrst, l errena grounds out to iirst
and Tai grounds out pitcher to flrst
McBryde- -Wilson thrown out ut
at flrst by catcher, gpalding grounds
out second to flrst and Frank fans.
Lihue Okuda hits for a single but
is killed at second. Tuxeira goes first
on chance, Ellis grounds out third to
flrst and John Fernandez flies out to
McBryde Watson walks, Portland
hits for a single, Dyson goes first on
error at second, and, before the ball
is recovered, 'all three men come home.
Tashibara and Laimana tan and Sally
grounds out short to flrst. 3 runs.
Heports coining from the Makee
Makaweli game says it was Ma
kee's game from the start. Score
7-2. "Dad" wood pitched a line
game and covered himself with
glory at the bat.
Koloa forfeited their game to
Kawaihau, as they had no chance
and wanted to see the game at.
Second Series Championship Game
The championship of the second
series now lies between Makee and
Lihue, and will be pulled oil' on the
neutral grounds at the Waipouli
race track at two o'clolk next Sun
This is going to be a great
game, and, if Makee fails to beat
Lihue, it will be the last game to
be played under this series. Should
Makee win, they will have the sec
ond series and the two teams will
then play for the championship of
ICono, Bun Ilee, Wolters and
Lazima, four of Makee's best play
ers, who have returned to school
in Honolulu, have been wirelessed
for and will come over next Fri
day to take part in the big game.
Manager K. D. Moler and Capt.
John Fernandez of the Lihue's,
feel very confident that, with their
present lineup, they will take the
Makee boys into camp.
The Makee's say they walloped
Lihue the last time they played
and can do it again.
School Survey in Sight
1 I Claxton, National Com
missioner of Education has recent
ly cabled the readiness of his He
partnient to send a special coin
mission to the Islands to make
the proposed school survey said
commission is to arrive October
11 and remain till Christ mas.
T. H. Oibson, assistant superintend
ent of public instruction, is on Kauai
in the interest of the department.
Among other things to make final ar
rangements about the new school
building for Lihuo.
Agustus Knudsen returned from
town this morning.
Dr, F. M. Branch returned Friday
from n visit to the coast.
Mr. and Mrs. A. D. 1 1 ilia returned
from Honolulu last Friday.
Mrs. L. S. Mesick, Lihue school
teacher, returned from Honolulu last
E. A. Knudsen and Mrs. A. Knudsen
wore returning passengers from Hono
lulu last Friday. ,
J. O. Warner, executive secretary
of the Kauai Y was a returning pas
Mrs. Britlgewater, principal of Ha
namnulu school, returned from her!
vacation in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. Sinclair Robcnson
were returning passengers from town
by tho Kinau last Friday.
The Wyllie's are back from tho
Baldwin mountain house where they
spent a few weeks.
Wm. Spillner, late of Makaweli Store
has been added to the offlce staff of
J. A. Palmer, deputy territorial tax
assessor, made his round of the banks
and county officials last week.
Alex. Akita, school teacher and
ball player for Lihue team, returned
from his vacation in Honolulu las
C. Roendohl, manager of McBrydo
Store, returned from an extended vi
sit to the mainland last Friday morn
ing. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Donald, and Mr.
and Mrs. Aaser of Kekaha, are enjoy
ing the Fayo Home at Hanalei for a
few days vacation.
Fred Patterson, of Hilo, formerly of
Lihue, is here for a few days renewing
old acquaintances. Ho looks as though
Hilo used him well.
Mrs. Burke arrived by tho Kinau
this morning for a few days stay on
Kauai preparatory to her final depart
ure for Honolulu.
Miss Carrie Thompson is back this
morning from Maui and Honolulu and
ready to take up her old place as prin
cipal of tho Makaweli school.
George S. Baymond, the now prin
cipal of the Kapaa school, arrived by
the Kinau this morning, preparatory
to assuming his duties there.
C. A. Rice came over from Hono
lulu last Tuesday and returned Satur
day to practice for the coming polo
game with Maui which takes place
There was an uncommonly large
passenger list by the Kinau this morn
ing. Every cabin was taken and 20
mattresses on deck. Fortunately the
trip was smooth.
P. K. Lee, of the horticultural de
partment of the U. S. Experiment sta
tion, arrived on Kauai last Friday and
will givo demonstrations in tree graft
ing. W. F. Sanborn is making very ma
terial improvements to his beach
home, at Hanalei, in the way of an
office and extended lanal down stairs,
and a big sleeping porch upstairs.
W. W. Wright, Jr. recently discharge
ed from the English navy, has accept'
cd the position of camp boss at Lihuo
plantation. Mr. Wright is the son of
W. W. Wright of Honolulu.
J. T. Guyot, who has Just received
his discharge from tho army, has ac
cepted a position as luna at Hana
maulu plantation. Mrs. Guyot Is e.v
pected to arrive next week.
Mrs. Royal D, Mead and her daugh
ter who have been spending a few
weeks at Kokee summer camp return
ed homo by Tuesday's Kinau after
visiting for a few days with the
Bayer's at Makaweli.
L. A. Walworth, Filipino work
secretary of tho Kauai Y. M. C. A. re
turned Friday from a two week's visit
to Hawaii. Mr. Walworth took his
Ford and moving picture machine
with him and gave exhibitions
throughout the Island, Mrs. Walworth
accompanied her husband and stayed
at the Volcano while ho was touring.
Mr. Mayo nrrived by tho Kinau Fri
day morning to accept the position of
night engineer for Lihue Plantation.
Mr. Mayo has been three years in tho
navy, and to accept this position ho
loft that of third onglneer of tho Lur-
Mrs. Mayo arrived this morning and
will probably bo ono of tho teachers
at the Lihuo public school.
The new road to Mann has been
in process for some time and
about one mile of the macadami
zing is finished. This is a new and
much belter location for the road,
sit the foot of tlie pali most of the
way. It will make a line road.
The crusher has just moved to the
Resurfacing of the road, Wa
Iiiawa to ICalaheo goes steadily
on. It is now finished about half
way to the ICalaheo school.
The two bridges in the vicinity
of the old Koloa mill site are in
process of construction, one of
tlieni being about finished.
The Iluleia bridge, on the way
to the ICipu school and planta
tion, is in process of entire re
construction to be replaced by a
concrete structure. The center
piers are finished and work will
soon begin on the bridge proper.
A new four bedroom teachers!
cottage is being built at tlie new
site to which the ICalaheo school
will ultimately be moved. Two
of the bungalow school rooms
have been moved from ICalaheo
and erected on the new site, so
that for sometime it will be a bad
ly broken up school, here, there,
A new bungalow for the High
school is planned, but when it
will be built is a problem. Carl-enters
are very scarce, much in
demand and mighty independent.
There; is always a grand rush
for school repairs, alterations and
extensions, all to be finished in
time for school to start in the
fall. The time allowed by the va
cation is so short that it simply
can't be done, with the conse
quence that everyone is dissatis
fied and emergency, makeshift
work is apt to be done.
Hawaiian in the Schools
The recent session of Legisla
ture passed a bill providing that
Hawaiian shall be taught in addi
tion to English in all Normal and
High schools in the Territory.
We wonder if this law is to be
taken seriously and if provision
is being made in the Kauai High
school for such instruction. We
wonder farther where they are
going to find competent teachers
for such courses. The San Jose
normal girls will hardly do for
that, and the Honolulu normal
needs to spend all their time on
English, and more.
Kauai Girls to College
Margaret and Ellen, the daugh
ters of L. I'ah On the rice mag
nate of Wainiea, left by the
Sachem yesterday for the Coast,
on their way Hast to complete
their education. Margaret will
go to the New England Conserva
tory of .Music in Boston, and
Ellen to the University of Michi
gan, at Ann Arbor. The former
is a graduate of the Kauai High
school. They are uncommonly
bright and promising girls.
The Hawaiian Canneries of Kapaa
are busily engaged planting a new
stretch of land recently opened up
niauka of thu road at Moloaa. There
is about 130 acres of it, as nice look
ing land as can bo found anywhere,
and most carefully and thoroughly pre
pared. They ought to get wonderful
returns from the same.
A number of tho absentee Kapaa j
homesteaders, who have been trying to J
homestead Kapua while- living in town, I
, came flocking down this week to make
! a show at least of living on their lands.
The new territorial fish commission-!
er, H. C. Kelly, proposes to experiment
in tho introduction to our island
streams of striped bass. Tho Kauai
' streams will bo selected as" the site of
MEETING OF SUPERVISORS
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai held its regular
monthly business meeting at Its olllce
on Wednesday, September 3rd, 1919,
at 10 o'clock a. m. Present: H. D.
Wishard, Chairman; T. Brandt, W. D.
McBryde, J. F. Bcttcncourt Jr., A.
After the reading and approval of
the minutes of the last meeting the
petition (P1717) for a permission for
W. A. Fernandez and Manuel G. Silva
to show good, moral, and instructive
Motion Pictures on Sunday evenings
was brought up for the consideration
of the Board. A draft for an Ordi
nance providing for Sunday evening
Moving Picture show submitted by the
Sheriff was read by the chair In con
nection with the foregoing matter.
Honorable Lyle A. Dickey spoke
against the granting of tho petition,
while W. A. Fernandez spoke in sup
port of it. The Board after its individ
ual members had expressed their per
sonal views of the matter, upon the
motion of Mr. McBryde seconded by
Mr. Bettencourt Jr. and by unanimous
vote, approved the Ordinance submit
ted to take effect from date, and order
ed for publication of tho Ordinance
in the Garden Island.
Mr. McBryde moved for the setting
aside of the sum of Two Thousand
Dollars ($2,000.00) out of available
moneys in the Treasury, as additional
appropriation, for work on the Wailua
Bridge, and being seconded by Mr.
Brandt the same was carried.
The several demands submitted,
after having been duly examined by
the Board, were approved against the
Salary County Road Supervisor $300.00
Pay of Police:
County Bldg.: Janitor Service
County Lot & Bldg
DIst. Courtsfc Jails: Waimea
Expenses of Election
Expenses of Witnesses
Furniture & Office Supplies
Waimea, July & Aug.
Kealia, July & Aug.
Saml. Mahelona Memorial
Official Bond Premium
Schools: Jan. Serv. & Supplies
Repairs & Maint. Bldgs, etc.
Support of Prisoners
Water Works: Waimea
County Road Machinery
Waimea: Asphalt-Mac. Muna
New Road, P.I.F.
Roads & Bridges
Koloa: Lawai Rd. Contract
Roads & Bridges
Lihuo: Hulaia Brldgo, P.I.F. 2,127.44
Oiling Roads 715.07
Roads & Bridges 475.S9
Wailua Bridge, P.I.F. 721.28
Wailua Homesteads' Roads 721.54
Kawaihau: Roads & Bridges 1,015.65
Puuou Bridge, P.I.F.
Roads & Bridges
The report (P1725) of the Pound-
master of Lihue for the three months
ending June 30th, 1919, was referred to
Mr. Menefogllo for advlso.
The report of tho Poundmaster of
Waimea (P 1721) for tho three months
ending June 30th, 1919, and that of
the PoundmaHter of Kawaihau (P
1722) for the month of April last were
J approved upon the recommendation
' A request (P 172G) from the Sheriff
for the appointment of two Game
Wardens for tho County of Kauai waB
received and consideration of tho
same by vote was deferred until the
Sheriff Is present.
A school requisition (P 1727:1) for
the construction of a teachers cot
tage for the use of tho Kauai High
and Grammar School was received
and placed on flic.
A school requisition (P 1727:2) for
a room for occupation by Edward
Lovell, an assistant teacher of the
Koloa School, was received and upon
its consideration the Board, upon the
motion of Mr. McBryde seconded by
Mr. Brandt, voted to rent a room for
the foregoing uses.
A request (P 1727:3) for painting
tlie Eleele School cottage was placed
A school requisition (P1727:4) for
oiling the floors of the Eleele School
and for yearly supplies Cor tho school
was received and the engineer, Mr.
Moragne, was given full authority to
oil the floors of the school and to pur
chase the necessary supplies as re
quested, except the lawn mower.
A communication dated the 9th ult.
from the Governor of Hawaii notify
ing that the commission of Wm. Henry
Rice as a member of tlie Hawaii Pro
motion Committee now known as the
Tourist Bureau, was to expire on Aug
ust 22nd last, and asking for a nomi
nation, was received, and in pursuance
therewith Wm. Henry Rico by vote
was unanimously renominated to suc
ceed himself on the Bureau providing
the Kauai Chamber of Commerce en
dorses this action.
The report (P172S) of the County
Road Supervisor for the month of
August last was received and placed
on file. It is in BUbstancc as follows:
ROAD WORK Macadamizing on
Mana road went on fairly well con
sidering stops for alterations and re
pairs, about three-fourths of a mile
of crushed rock has been laid and the
crusher will be moved to tho second
set up in a few days.
The No. 3 Wheeling crusher which
Is offered In exchange for our No. 2V6
has been ordered from the factory by
the Iron Works Co.
At Kalaheo pretty good progress was
made in resurfacing which is extend
ing half-way down the Kalaheo grade
towards the school house.
The lumber arrived for the two
bridges at the old Koloa mill where
the smaller one has been finished and
the largor ono is in progress.
LIHUE DISTRICT Work is going on
on the new concrete brldgo at Huleia
where tho two additional center piers
are to be finished today. Tho old
bridge will be immediately removed
and work on forms for super-structure
WAILUA BRIDGE Work of remov
al of tho old iron bridge was started
yesterday. The floor will bo removed
flrst leaving the trusses in place which
will bo removed after tho floor has all
been taken off.
KAWAIHAU DISTRICT Upkeep
work und bridge repaired on home
HANALEI DISTRICT Puuou cul
vert work wont on and tho Job is now
about three-fourths completed. A 6'x8
concrete culvert 40 feet long is being
built to replace tho makeshift bridge
at tills place. Work on tho Wnnlni
road was suspended until tlie Puu-ou
culvert is finished. Tho lumber for tho
new floor (in part) on the Walkoko
brldgo arrived. Stone breaking for
macadamizing Hanalei Landing road
went on slowly, the stone is being
broken by tho road men who are not
skilled at this work.
SCHOOLS At Eleele Mr. Brodie
requests alterations nnd additions to
tho Hustle cottago providing nccopi
modations for two additional teachers.
Mr. Crcevey propared a plan for tho
above work, which plan was approved
by Mr. Brodlo. Tho changes and ad
ditions will probably cost $1,000 to
$1,200. I am ready to submit Mr.
Croevoy's plan to the Board.
KALAHEO Two of the bungalow
schools were moved from the old
grounds to the now school lot and havo
been rebuilt there. Tho new 4-bed-room
teachers' cottago at the new lot
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