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L1HUE. KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, JULY 13. 1920
ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 16. NO. 28.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COP?
TO IDA M. POPE
With Kameharacha, Kawaiahao,
Maunaolu, and other such schools for
the education or Hawaiian girls, the
field, so far as education is concerned,
Is pretty well covered. The gixat need
for many years has heon Borao suit
able home where girls could bo
sheltered and fostered under good in
fluences during the Interim before they
are settled In somo permanont occu
pation or home.
For this purposo two such homes
have been Instituted, Kalulani and
Cluett. But these homes are filled to
overflowing and are entirely inado
quoto with a long waiting list of those
who cannot be accommodated.
Recognizing the great need that
there is for farther provision in this
line, the graduates of Kamehameha
propose to do honor to the memory of
their benefactress, Miss Ida M. Popo
by establishing such a home, as a last
ing memorial to her virtues and char
racter. They are undertaking tolraiseja fund
of $150,000 for this purpose, mainly,
though not solely, through the efforts
and generosity of the Kamehamelfa
graduates. Uniform organizations are
being created on the different Islands
wth a view to getting into touch with
all Kamehameha graduates, and to in
terest them In this most worthy cause.
A number of high class concerts or
other entertainments will be given on
Kauai for this purpose, duo notice of
which will be given from time to time.
The executive committee for Kauai
Hanalcl, Mrs. Herman Huddy
Kajtvathau Mrs. L( JMundon
Lihuo Mrs. K. C. Ahana
Koloa Mrs. A. Betts
Walmea Mrs. Chang Yau
LIQUOR VENDOR CAUGHT
Wong Sing, peanut vendox and an
othorwlsepeaceflrson oCthe Qel,cstral
Kingdom, camo to grief last week and
1 is today minus one hundred good Iron
Men, a sadder but a wiser man. It all
happened bo sudden, like a stroke of
lightning out of a clear sky, that Wong
has hardly got his breath yet and is
still wondering, why these haoles arc
so finicky and particular about what
a person carries in a gunny sack.
Wong was vending his legitimate
wares and also his self-concocted
"Eau de Vie," when unfortunately for
hm, one of the minions of the law es
pied him and, suspicious of Wong's ac
tions, apprehended him. Sure enough
besides the homely peanut, quite a
quantity of mountain dew was found
reposing In his gunny. Bail was in
order now and not having sufficient
kale in his Jeans, Wong was allowed to
interview some of his friends, who
generously made up the purse demand
ed by he officers. Wong gained his free
dom but his wares were confiscated
and are in the Sheriff's care.
In Court next day, Wong made him
self scarce and falling to appear, his
money was declared forfeited and
turned in as a County realization.
LIHUE HOSPITAL ATTENDANTS
RECEIVE BEAUTIFUL GIFTS
Two weeks ago Sunday the Japanese
of Lihue community called on Togo,
the genial and obliging assistant at
Lihue Hospital, and presented him
with a handsome gold watch and chain
in token of their appreciation for his
untiring efforts in their behalf during
the flu epidemic.
Last Sunday they called at the
nurses' cottage and presented those
ministering angels with two beautiful
vases, ono of cut glass and one of Sat
suma ware. Tho happy recipients de
sire to express their pleasure and
thanks for the beautiful gifts.
Harrison Rice, eldest son or Sheriff
Rico, returned from the Thatcher
school in Southern California, last Frl
day and will spend his vacation at his
homo in Lihue. Harrison graduated
from the Thatcher school this year
and will enter Yale at the beginning of
the school year.
While at Thatcher, Harrison made
quite an enviable reputation as an ath'
letic on both track and field. He is
also a tennis player of ability.
Mrs. Karle B. Morgan went to Town
A. Horner is down on one of his Ha
waiian Canneries trips.
J. B. Bayer of the American Factors
arrived by tho KInau laBt Friday for a
tv o week's vacation.
Miss M. Pepper, nurso at Kealla, re
turned from a visit to Honolulu last
Mrs. C. Roendahl,. of Eleole, was
among tho returning passengers by the
KInau Friday morning.
Mrs. O R. Olsen of Lihue, returned
from a visit to Honolulu Friday morn
ing. Miss Wandee Cheek, tho Lihue dis
trict nurso, went to Town last week for
a few days.
R. D. Ureal, sugar planter, paid Ho
nolulu a short visit last week. He re
turned Friday morning.
M. S. Henrlques, attorney and home
steader of Kapaa, returned from a visit
to Honolulu last Friday.
Frank Crawford paid Honolulu a
short visit last week, going over Tues
day and returning Thursday.
Judge Dickey is back from Honolulu
where ho has been spending a couple
A. V. Gear, chief clerk of the District
Court of Honolulu, came over this
E. de Lacey, of Lihue, returned this
morning after an absence of several
months on the Pacific Coast.
Mrs. Dwight Baldwin, of Makawell,
was a returning passenger from Hono
lulu last Friday morning.
H. M. Aldrich, of Lihuo Store, at
tended the celebration in Honolulu, re
turning last Tuesday -morning.
B. F. Goldwater, travelling salesman
for American Factors, is on Kauai on
one of his regular trips.
Miss L. Glrvln, sister of Mrs. W. H.
Rice, Jr., is on the Island visiting her
Charles Gay, of Lanai, formerly of
Waimea, Is on Kauai for a few days,
having arrived this morning.
J. H. Moragne, local engineer for the
American Factors, visited the metro
polis last week, returning Friday morn
ing. D. B. Murdoch, auditor for the Ha
waiian Sugar Company, arrived Friday
morning and is at Makawell attending
to his duties.
W. O. Smith came over from Town
this morning on a brief visit to his
boyhood home, at Koloa. He Is stay
ing with Mr. and Mrs. Farley.
C. A. Brown and his daughter, Miss
Rose Brown, arrived by the KInau this
morning and proceeded at once to their
summer homo at Hanalei.
Mr. George N. Wilcox returned from
the mainland on the Maul last Tues
ay morning and arrived at his home In
Mrs. Sam Carter, of Grove Farm, re
turned Friday morning from Honolulu
where she has been visiting relatives
and taking in tho big celebration.
Sheriff Rice went to Honolulu last
week to meet his son, Harrison, who
'returned from the Mainland on the
Maui. They returned to Kauai by tho
KInau Friday morning.
A. R. Branco, lately in tho employ of
tho Mercantile Reference Agency, ar
rived from Honolulu this morning to
join tho Bank of Hawaii force, and will
bo located at tho Kapaa Branch.
Mrs. Chas. A. Rice, accompanied by
her two daughters, the Misses Edith
and Juliet Rice, were among the Kau
aians returning returning from the
mainland by tho Maui last Tuesday.
S. N. Hundley and daughter, Miss
Bernice Hundley, went to Honolulu
last week from where they will leave
shortly for a visit to the family home
In Virginia. They will return the first
part of September.
Homer Lydgate has been selected as
one of the favored ones from tho Pun
ahou reserve ofilcers' training corps to
go East to Ohio for farther contests
and training thero. He' goes thither
from Camp Kearney where ho now Is.
J. H. Dow, of San Mateo, California
arrived by the Kinau Friday morning
for a short visit with his brother, Clif
ford J, Dow, manager of tho Lihuo
wireless station. Mr. Dow has accept
ed a position with the firm of Benson,
Smith & Company, of Honolulu, where
he returns this afternoon.
The regular monthly and business 1 was referred to tho County Road Sup
Meeting of tho Board of Supervisors ervhtor with full power to act in tho
cf the County of Kauai was held as
U3uul at Its office on Wednesday, July
',th, 1920 at 10 a. m.
Present: A. Menofogllo, temporay
chairman; W. D. McBryde, tf. F. Bot
Tho minutes of tho meetings of June
2nd and 24th last were read and ap-1 necessary precautions in crossing the
rroved. I road so as not to damage tho road in
For tho best Interests of all concern- any manner was received and permls
cd tho Board ordered that a now Ac-1 aion was granted said Company to lay
count to bo known as "Water Works
Kapaa Homesteads, 4th Series" shall
be opened at once and kept by the
officials In charge of tho County
Building matorlal for tho Watlua
School: Two bids for furnishing build
ing material for tho Wallua-uka school
were received as follows:
Allen & Robinson, Ltd. Honolulu,
Lewors & Cooko, Ltd. Honolulu,
These were referred to the County
itoau supervisor lor recommenuauon ( Ucports (p 1807) on school buildings
and later upon the latter's advise tho etc. for June last were received from
bid of Allen & Robinson, Ltd. which Anahola, Haena, Hanalcl, Hanamaulu,
was the lowest, was accepted by theinuleIa- Kapaa, Kapahl, Kalaheo, (2),
Building material for the Kapaa
School: Two bid were received for fur
nishing building material for Kapaa
School as follows:.
Allen & Robnson, Ltd. Honolulu,
Lowers & Cooke, Lt'd. Honolulu,
The tenders were referred to the
County Roard Supervisor for report.
After careful examination of the de-
mandB submitted the Board approved
them against the several appropria
tionu listed hercinbelow.
TJnon the motion of Mr. McBrvde '
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seconded by Mr. Bettencourt, Jr. tho1
chairman was authorized to counter-j
sign a pay-roll of tho Hanalei road (
laborers upon presentation providing ,
ho i aatlBfinH that thn snmr, is correct. I
A tender from the Standard Oil Co.
of Honolulu for furnishing the County
with a supply of Asphalt was received ,
and upon the advise of the County,
Road Supervisor the same was accept
ed. Financial Reports Nos. 251, 251a,
251aaa, and 251b. for May, 1920 were
aproved, whle Nos. 254, 254a, 254aaa,
and 254 b for June were referred to
Mr. McBryde for report.
Communications (P 1803) from tho
Honorable C. T. Bailey, Commissioner
of Public Lands authorized the County
to construct a highway bridge across
the Kapahi stream at the boundary
steads, Frst Series .using the timbers
between Lots 44 and 45, Kapaa Homo
of the old Anahola Wharf in the con
struction of tho bridge, and asking for
an estimate by the County Road En
gineer of tho cost of this work were
received and the clerk was instructed
to acknowledge tho receipt of the
communications besides making tho
necesary reply to same.
A communication (attached to P )
dated the 26th ult. from Honorable A.
G. Kaulukou, secretary, Board of
Trustees, Samuel Mahelona Memorial
Hospital, praying for tho appointment
of Mr. P. L. Rico as a Trustee of tho
said Board of Trustees and in place
of tho late Chas. II. Wilcox, deceased,
and notifying of tho appointment of
Mr. Kaulukou as Treasurer of said
Board of Trustees was received, and
acting in connection therewith the
Board by unanimous voto appointed
Mr. Rice a member of said Board of
Trustees and as prayed for.
A requisition (P 1804) from the Li
huo School for very much needed re
pairs to be given its main building
A notice (P 1805) by tho McBryde
Sugr.r Co. Ltd. that it will bo laying a
siphon pipe across Wahiawa gulch at
tho top of Eleele, u suction of which
plpo will cross the government road,
and promising to use the usual and
tno pipe on condition nowever that tne
i work shall bo mado to tho satisfaction
! of tho County Road Supervisor,
A request (P180G) from tho Cham
ber of Commerce (Kauai) to petition
the Governor of Hawaii and the Com
missioner Public Lands to reserve and
set aside for a public park and play
ground for the people of Hanapcpe and
vicinity, a tract of some ten acres near
the mouth of the Hanapepe River was
received and tho clerk was instructed
to file the necessary petitions with tho
(Governor and the Commissioner of
Public Lands for the sotting aside of
I the land for the foregoing purposes.
Kekaha, Kliauea, Koloa, Koolau, Linuc,
Makawell, Mana, Omao and Wallua
and were placed on file.
The report (P1808) of the County
Road Supervisor for June last was re
ceived and placed on file. It is in
substance as follows:
Mana New Road
Thero is about two weeks more work
on tho Mana new road road in order
to reach the curve at Weber's place.
It was necessary to do quite a bit of
grading and spreading a thin layer of
red dirt over the original black sticky
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Patching of tho roads were carried
011 m tne district.
Asphalt was put on tho Camp 4
About 1600 yards of stone have been
broken for tho Koloa new mill road,
Grading of the road to the Catholic
worst places along tho road.
Patching of the road has been going ,
About 200 yards of stone was broken ;
and crushed at tho County lot to be
usea j the Nawiliwill bridge.
The school lot at the Lihuo Gram-
mar school was cleaned and mowed.
Work has commenced on tho founda
tion of this bridge. Large stones are
being hauled for this purpose.
Asphalting of tho main road con
tinued throughout the month and was
finished through Kapaa from there tho . family homo near Riverside, Call
work was moved above the Hospital fornla. In response she left for Hono
jjll lulu last Saturday, and will get away
Anahola Bridge: t0 tlie Coast as 80011 as possible.
Sufilcent stone has been crushed for ,
Tho foundation work was begun.
Landing Road: Work of macadam!
zing this road was carried on during ,
tho .month. I
Tho hauling of broken stone across
tho river was resumed.
Some asphalt was put on the road at
Alinut 10 font of tun-
nel was completed up to the 25th. All
tho ditch for tho pipe has been finish
ed and the plpo distributed along the
The Chang plpo lino was finished.
Somo work of removing partition nt
the High schol was done.
Bids wero opened for tho matorlal
for tho Wallua school and the lumber
should bo here this week.
Tho County garage was completed
and a few repairs dono in tho office of
the County Building.
Mr. McBryde moved that tho Coun-
KEALIA 81 RAIL
An important new departure In tho
development of the Island la tho or
ganlzatlon of the Ahuklnl Railroad
and Terminal Company, which will con
struct docks, warehouses and other
dc-cp-sea terminal facilities at Ahuklnl,
and will connect up with Kapau, Kea
lla, Annhola, etc., by means of a first-
This road will skirt the coast, with
light grades and easy curves, and will
cross tho Wallua river with an indo
pendent bridge near the present county
bridge. The work will go forward
vigorously; the orders for tho neces
s?.ry matorlal are in hand already.
ACCIDENT BOARD REPORT
The Kauai Industrial Accident Board
reports, for the year ending Juno 30.
)U4 accidents three of which :oniy-
were fatal and the majority of which
were trifling in character. Compensa
tion was granted in 76 cases, the
amounts running from a dollar or two
up to $1100 or $1200. Tho high bonus
rate of course operates to bring the
compensation up in proportion, so that
they will be abnormally high for the
Both employer and employe wel
come the services of the Accident
Board and accept its decisions gladly.
There si a general feeling of satis
faction that Justice Is being done.
A HOME RULE MOVE
A local board of directors has been
appointed for tho Bank of Hawaii in
terests on Kauai, consisting of Frank
Crawford, managor and chairman; W.
D. McBryde, C. A. Rice, H". Wolters
and W. F. Sanborn. As of July 1, tho
Kapaa agency was raised to the status
of a full branch bank with Frank Craw
ford as cashier, and ,W. F. Horner and
C. Kuhlmann us assistant cashiers.
WORK COMMENCED ON
NEW NAWILIWILI BRIDGE
There Is much activity at Nawiliwill
where a new concrete bridge Is being
put in to take the place of tho super
annuated wooden one. A temporary
side bridge has been constructed to
handle the traffic In the mean time.
MISS CASTLEMAN RETURNS
TO HONOLULU FROM COAST
The many friends of Miss Castleman,
formerly head nurso at tho Lihue Hos
pital, will be glad to hear of her recent
return to Honolulu where sho has ac-
copted a position with Drs. Putman
John C. Douglas, representing the
Hawaiian Electric Company, has been
on the Island tho past week selling
electric washing machines. Ho says
business is so good that ho Is coming
back very soon.
Last week Miss Catherine Mclntyro
received disquieting news in regard to
the failing health of her father at tho
Lt. Col. Malcolm Young, CAC., of
Fort Ruger, Oahu, was among the pas
sengers by tho Kinau Friday morning.
Tho Colonel was Just recently dismiss-
ed from tho hospital, and is on Kauai
t0 recuperate. Ho brought his rod and
Bun and expects to havo somo sport
ty Iloal Supervisor lay tho necessary
n'no frm a point of the Lawal stream
Iw tne uso oi mo lvaianeo water
Works so to better supply the real
dents and consumers with water, and j
being seconded by Mr. Bettencourt,
Jr. the Hamo was carried. In order to:
meet tho expenses of this work how-
t nvAr lm nnnril hv nnnnlmniiH vote an- 1
propriated for the purpose, as addi-
""al aPPropriation, the sum of Two
Tiiousanu uonars u.-.uuimiuj to oe
Pa'tl out ot availablo moneys credited
to the Permanent Improvement Fund
. In the Treasury.
1 JIr- McBryde upon his own request
was authorized by unanimous vote to
communicate with those interested in
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11 QUIET GAME
Makawell went Into a triple tie for
second place with the Makee and Li
huo teams on Sunday when they de
feated the Makees at Makawell by
the store of S to 5.
The Makcos' lack of pitchers with
any sort of ability on the mound was
partly responsible for tho defeat, but
ihey threw away the game themselves
. making many costly errors at crltl
".l moments.' Hoopll on third, Bun
Heu at short, Rodrigues at first, King
'n left, and Wolters at the plate, all
dropped perfectly thrown halls that
3hould have retired baserunners, but
were scored as runs Instead. All in all,
'ho Makees had an off day all around,
.lid had nobody but themselves to
blamo for losing to what was supposed
to be, an easy team.
Umpire Marcalllno, who usually offi
ciates in a very satisfactory manner,
also had an off day, calling mnny
3trikes that seemed too low and too
high for tho batters to swing at.
The feature of the game was the
pitching of Furtado, who struck out
fifteen batters for Makawell. In the
eighth he fanned Hoopll, Shlral and
Rodrigues in succession, and in the
ninth Arcia and Morita also whiffed,
making it five in a row. Barrette and
Tsunehlro also starred, the former get
ting a trlpple and a single in two
times up, and the latter a double and a
home run to deep center.
The game was marred by what
seemed to be a deliberate attempt on
the part of Pedro, the Filipino catcher
nf Makawell, to spike first baseman
Rodrigues of the Makees. In the sec
ond inning, he hit a grounder to Hoopll
at third and tho ball got to first several
feet ahead of the runner, but when a
few feet away from the bag, Pedro
umpcd into the air straight for the
"nVles of Rodrigues. Luckily, tho lat
ter had time to get away when he saw
the spikes coming, but one can imagine
the result had the play been close,
forcing Rodrigues to remain on tho bag
little longer. Umpire Marcalllno
noticed this piece of dirty work and
warned the offender that a repltition
of tho same would result in his banish
ment from the game.
Tho McBryde-Kilauca game at Kli
auea, was a shut-out game, 7 to 0 in
f.tvor of McBryde.
Next Sunday's Games
The games next Sunday will be as
follows: Makees vs. Kliauea at Kapaa;
McBryde vs. Lihue at Eleele.
MEMBERS OF MAUI CATHOLIC
CHURCH TO GIVE CONCERT
AN DANCE ON KAUAI
Tho Malu Ulu o Lelo club, of Maul,
will give a series of concerts and
dances on Kauai for the benefit of the
Maui Catholic church. Tho first of
those benefits will bo held at the Lihue
social hall on the evening of Saturday,
H. H. JONES COMES TO KAUAI
Mr. H. H. Jones has recently been
appointed exclusive local representa
tive of tho Standard Oil Co., for
Kaur.l. Ho haB heretofore had the
two Islands, Maui and Kauai, under
his care, but tho latter Island has
now become so important that he will
devoto his full timo to it, and is con
fident that ho will render a satisfac
tory service, and commends himself
and his company to tho community.
Ho assures us that thero is no roason
to expect any present advance in gas
F. MAHN GOES TO KOHALA
F. Mahn, departed Saturday after
noon for Kohala, Hawaii, where he has
accepted a position with the Union
Mill Company. For somo time past
Mihn has been manager of the Wal
mea branch ot the Lihuo Ico and Elec
tric Company. He Is a crack soccer
player and a good sport, and will bo
greaty missed in soccer circles.
R-jbert Catton, the veteran sugar
eng.'nuer and founder of tho firm of
Catton. Nell & Company, spent a few
d'vq on Kauai last week, mostly at
Malawcll as the guest of the planta
tion. Ho has been for many years an
pctive director ot the Hawaiian Sugar
Company, representing tho interests
of Sir Rennie Watson, the original
promoter ot the enterprise