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ESTABLISHED 1904. VOI, 18. NO. 33.
LIHUE. KAUAI. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1922
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Busy Session Ahead
For Grand Jury
To Hold Meeting
Kauai Legion Post
To Elect Delegates
MANY CANDIDATES ARE OUT
FOR SEATS IN LOWER
The political pot which Jias lain
bo long dormant is beginning to show
signs of' activity and it should no.
ho long before it will resemble
Madame Polo at her wildest mo
The Interest at present is center
ed about the nomination for senate,
and just now only two candidates
'are In the field. Senator C. A. Met
is out for the nomination to suc-
1 coed himself, while his only oppon I
out now In view Is N. K. Hoopli
of Kupau. Iloopli was elected ii
member of the house two years ago
and now aspires to the upper house.
His strength is an unknown quanti
ty and politicians are loth to fore
cast just what sort of race he will
give Senator Rico.
Hoopale Is being mentioned nlso
as a candidate but no information
can be gleaned as to whether he
will be in the field or not. Some
of the freak bills that lie proposed i
In the last legislature will be the
hardest opposition for him to over
come. John won the championship
of the last legislature for freah
suggestions for laws.
The race for the house will have
a large field. Punl Ilayselden is one
of the Incumbents who is a candi
date for re-election. Punl has been
endorsed by the Hawaiian Civic
Club bs the haole candidate. I loo
pii, another of the Incumbents Is
out for the senate. W. A. Fernandez,
who was the fourth member of the
legislature from Kauai is now in
Ed Gardiner of Ilanalei will be a
x candidate for the house, and as ho
has secured the endorsement of the
Hawaiian Civic Club along with S.
W. " Meheula, ho .should bo an im
portant factor in tlio race. Isaac
Kaiu of Kapaa will bo a candidate
and should pull u strong vote from
the Kawaihau precinct as well as
the rest of the island.
Jack Coney has thrown his hat
into the ring and says ho will be
there at the finish. Jack Is an old
timer at tho political game, having
served both in the house and the
senate and would bo a good man for
Kauai to have in tho legislature, his
experience as a lawmaker a
Who will represent tho Por
tuguese has not boon decided. Tho
Portuguese Civic Club has agreed
to endorso only ono Portuguese can
didate. Just who tho fortunate man
will bo has not been decided, but
the club meets on August 27th and
at this time tho club will chooso
their man. Tho two candidates in
the field for tho endorsement aro
A. Q. Marcalllno of Makaweli and
John Camara Jerves of Kalaheo.
HAS NARROW ESCAPE
Frankio Fernandez of Waipouli,
bookkeeper of Walmca Stables, mot
with an accident opposite the Ko
alia Catholic church on Sunday
morning that might have turned out
to bo more 'serious than it actually
Frank came out of the church and
started to crank his Ford, which
started beforo he could got in. See
ing that his sister-in-law, Daisy Ra
poza was on tho car, Frank jumped
on to try and stop It, but Miss Ra
poza jumped off. The car was too
near the brink of tho cut to be
stopped however, and tho driver and
car pitched into tho railroad cut,
which was about 15 feet deep, land
ing head-first. Frank was extricated
by others who were present and -it
was found that he had escaped with
only some bruises on his loft leg.
The car, however, was damaged
considerably, and had to bo towed
to Nnwiliwill for repairs.
RETURN TO HONOLULU
The party of army engineers who
liavo been Inspecting tho Nawiliwill
breakwater, returned on tho Kukui
to Honolulu last Sunday evening.
Saturday afternoon tho entire party
motored to Puukapelo and Kokce
and spent Sunday hunting goats and
wild pigs, returning late Sunday ev
ening in time to catch the Kukui
SISTER AND BROTHER CLUB
PLAY ENJOYABLE AFFAIR
Tho Sister and Urother Club's
pluy given at the Kapaa Hall on
Saturday evening was a success 'n
every way. A large crowd was in at
tendance in spite of tho Inclement
weather of the evening.
ORGANIZE CIVIC CLUB
The Kawaihau Portuguese Civic
Club was organized at a meeting
held at tho courthouse last Satur
day, A. M. Souza was elected presi
dent, J. F. Betteucourt Jr., secre
tary and John Victorino, director.
Fourteen delegates were elected to
tho convention of tho Kauai Portu
guese Civic Club to bo held August
27 at Koloa for tho purpose pf se
lecting candidates for the next ter
ritorial election in November.
PREPARING FOR WORK
ON HOMESTEAD ROAD
The county stone crusher was
hauled up to tho boundary line of
the Walilua and Kapaa homesteads
near tho Cheatham lot, last week.
Work on the construction of the
new macadam road will soon com
mence. Funds for Vhis road, which
is badly needed', were appropriated
by the last legislature.
Clias. A. Char and Geo. F. Yec
of Honolulu are vacationing in Ka
paa as the guests of Dr. II.. P. Choy,
government dentist. Char and Yce
were classmates of the doctor back
in 1910 and both are visiting the
Garden Island for the first time.
HAWAIIAN CIVIC CLUB
HAS MEETING AND LUAU,
HANALEI, LAST SUNDAY
Tho Hawaiian Civic Club held a
luau and-'meeting at Hanaloi last
Sunday. The club at its mooting
voted to ask the land commission
to sot aside a piece of .and on
tho mauka side of Kapaa Park for
tho uso of the various Hawaiian
lulls on ths island.
The board of directors' of the
club ha 1 previously held a meeting
and cmlou'ed John Wise for dele
gate and C. A. Itico foi senator, and
D. K. Hayseldcn, S. W. Muheula and
Ed Gardiiw for delegates. They al
so voted to endorse th? same de.e
gate as the Portuguese Civic Club
This was n)t brought before the
meeting and although no official
action was t: ken it is understood
by some that tho club will support
the men endorsed by tho board.
HATS WITH RIBBONS ON
IN THE POLITICAL RING
It is rumored that there will bo
at least two women candidates for
nomination to tho Houso of Repre
sentatives at the coming primaries.
It is stated that ono of these ladies
will bo from tho east side and the
other from the west side of the Is
land. If this Is true, it will give some
of the candidates of tho sterner sex
something to sit up nights and
think about, as tho ladles will cer
tainly pull strong for their sisters.
VOTE TO REMOVE
AND CLEAR PARK
'J. M. Lydgate, local land commis
sioner, appeared before tho board
of supervisors last Wednesday and
requested tho county start some
improvements in the Wallua Park
that has lately been turned over to
the county by tho land board, He
requested that the county tear down
tho old camp that Is located at the
Wailua bridge and which is on the
Tho supervisors voted to instruct
tho county engineer to mako ar
rangements to remove tho camp and
voted tho .sum of $200 to bo spent
in clearing tho Iantana.
Lieut. C. A. Frank, who is visit
ing C. A. Baggott, was an nrrival
on tho Klnau last Wednesday morn
ing. Lieut. Frank, Miss Helen Bag
gott and C. A. Baggott aro spending
a week at Kokeo.
Theodore Prigge returned to Ka
uai on the Claudlno this morning.
NINE INDICTMENTS AWAIT THEIR
When the grand jury meets next
month they will have a very busy
session ahead of them as thero aro
no less than nine indictments lined
up for them to act upon.
Three Indictments are upon statu
tory offenses, three for assault with
a deadly weapon, two for first de
gree burglary and ono for embezzle
ment. James E. Ward, of Honolulu, Time
teo Aglabolb, a Filipino, and another
Filipino named Tomas, are all charg
ed with statutory offenses. Ward was
committed to the Lihue court last
month, while Aglabolb was commit
ted from Koloa last April and Tomas
was committed by the Kawaihau
All three men charged with assault
with deadly weapon aro Filipinos. Ro
mam Tanganag was committed from
Waimea, the alleged offense having
been committed last month. Allen PI
layo,' who is also charged with the
same offense was committed from
Waimea as well. Tho offense with
which he is charged is alleged to
have happened on March 17th. Tho
third man under the same charge
was committed from tho Kawaihau
The two men charged with bur
glary are Juan Balkis, and Domingo
Laroten. Ilalkis was captured by the
Lihue police after ho had tried to
rob the same house twice. Ho was
committed to the grand jury by Judge
Hjorth on July 23rd. Laroten was
committed on tho April 21 by the
Waimea district court.
The ninth indictment concerns ono
S. Akahano, who Is charged with em
bezzlement in connection with a short
age in tho Rank of Bishop, of Wai
mea. Akahano pleaded guilty in the
Waimea district court and was com
mitted to the grand jury by that
LEGION TO STAGE
Tho amusement committee of the
local post of the American Legion
has been rather dormant since the
Oriental ball and pageant staged
last April, now announces that It
is about to stago a vaudevlllo show
during the mouth of September.
There Is no doubt that tho Orlontal
ball and pageant was a distinct ar
tistic and social success but unfor
tunately it was not a financial suc
cess. This almost broko the thrifty
Scotch soul of Jim Corstorphino who
watches over the Legion finances
and he 'has issued an ultimatum to
the amusement committee that there
must lie no more financial, failures,
hence the quietness of the commit
tees during the past few months.
The committco has a wealth of
material from which to pick Its
acts for the show and at present
aro busy weeding out the material
that thoy cannot uso.
Several novelty numbers, which
according to tho committee, would
have very little trouble getting on
tho Orphoum circuit, will bo on tho
program and tho complete program
will bo announced shortly.
SOLICITING FUNDS FOR
AID IN THE FAR EAST
Kalfred Dip Lum, secretary of
the Canton Relief Society of Hono
lulu, accompanied by Heo Sak Kwal
who is directing the affairs of the
society, arrived last week on Kauai
to raise a fund among tho local
Chinese for the purpose ol aiding
relief work in tho Far East. Thoy
are making Kapaa their headquar
ters and expect to remain hero a
week, during which time thoy will
visit every village on Kauai In their
drive for funds.
This society lias representatives
on Maul as well as on Hawaii and
Mr. hum anticipates a ready res
ponse from a majority of tho Chin
ese in tho territory. Tho society is
after a fund of at least $G,000.
Tho Canton Relief Society consists
of several Chinese societies, includ
ing tho Chinese National League,
See Dai Doo Society, and Chinese
Labor Association, and is also affili
ated with the Chlneso National party
ANNUAL ELECTION OF OFFICERS
TO BE HELD THURSDAY
The Kauai Chamber of Commerce
wilt hold its annual meeting at the
Tip Top Cafe next Thursday even
ing at C:30. The meeting will be
preceded by a banquet nfter which
tho members will settle down to tho
election of officers for the coming
Although tho election of officers
is tho most Important item of the
evening's business, there aro many
other important affairs to come be
fore the chamber, according to Sec
retary John Midklff.
The report of the nominating com
mittee will be made at the meeting
and if the selections of the commit
tee meet with the approval of the
Chamber, the new officers will be
elected by acclamation. There is
hardly any doubt that the chamber
will fall to approve of the commit
tee selections as they have never
failed to do so heretofore.
TO REGISTER VOTERS
OVER THE ISLAND
County Clerk Js M. Kaneakua wiU
bo at the following places at the
time specified below for the purpose
of qualifying those who are entitled
to vote at any election, primary,
general, territorial or county:
Ilanalei court house, on Wednes
day, August 10, 10 a.m. to 12 m.
Kilauea Social Hall, Wednesday,
August 10, 3 to 5 p.m.
Moloaa, Judge Huddy's residence,
Thursday, August 17, 10 a.m. to
Anahola, Bean Williams' residence,
Thursday, August 17, 3 to 5 p.m.
. Kealia Store, Saturday, August 19,
10 a.m. to 12 m.
Kapaa court house, Saturday, Aug
ust 19, 3 to C p.m.
Koloa court house, Monday, Aug
ust 21, 3 to 5 p.m.
Kalaheo Public Hall, Tuesday, Aug
ust 22, 3 to 5 p.m.
Eleele Public Hall, Thursday, Aug
ust 24, 3 to 5 p.m.
Hanapope Store, Friday, ' August
25, 11 a.m. to 12 m.
Morrison Hall, Friday, August 25,
3 to 5 p.m.
Waimea court house, Saturday,
August 2G, 10 n.m. to 12 m.
Kekaha plantation office, Satur
day, August 20, 3 to" 5 p.m.
AND BICYCLE MIX IT
A runaway slop-wagon, a bicycle
and nn Essex car driven by Deputy
Sheriff Crowoll of Waimea got in
to a mix-up nt Kapaa on Sunday
afternoon, Just opposite the Fong
Garage. As a result, tho occupants
of tho automobile, Including Mrs.
Crowoll and several children, had
tho disagreeable experience o" hav
ing slop spilled over their clothing,
Tokichi Doi, Kapaa pig rancher, lost
his wagon and. several barrels, and
Manuel Nuncs, a 15-year old Portu
guese boy, hud his bicycle smashed.
According to the polico, Sheriff
Crowell was traveling towards Lihue
and just before ho reached tho Junc
tion of tho side road leading from
the Hawaiian halL the runaway
wagon, minus its driver, hoved into
view. Too late to stop, tho sheriff's
car smashed into tho wagon, spilling
tho slop to all corners. Manuel
Nuncs, coming in tho opposite dir
ection, tried to turn to tho right
to avoid tho wagon, but too lato
and the bicycle was included in the
It is reported that neither tho de
puty sheriff or tho owner of tho
wagon could agree as to who was
responsible, and tho matter may be
taken to court for settlement.
Solomon Tseu of Nawiliwill was
an arriving .passenger on tho Claud
lno this morning from a short trip
Ben Llzama, assistant engineer of
tho Mnkeo Sugar company's mill,
returned this morning on tho Claud
ino from a two months trip to the
Miss Williamson, daughter of Cap
tain Williamson of Ahukini, was an
arrival on tho Claudlno this morning.
A. Henrlckson, n pressman in the
employ of tho Star-Bulletin, arriv
ed this morning on tho Claudine.
E. C. VaVghan, salesman for the
American Factors, was an arrival
on the Claudine this morning.
Mr. and Mrs. Pickard of Nawili
will, returned last Wednesday morn
ing from a brief visit to Honolulu.
William Wright, of tho Bank of
Bishop & Co., Waimea, returned
tins morning from a visit to Hono
lulu. E. H. V. Broadbent, manager of
Grovo Farm plantation, returned on
tho iCluau last Wednesday morning
from u few days' visit to Honolulu.
Miss Ladd of tho Mahelona .Mem
orial hospital was a returning pas
senger on the Claudine last Friday
A. H. Manna of the Honolulu
Dairymen's Association arrived on
tho Claudine last Friday morning
on a short business trip.
Ernest Mladiniscli of the Makee
Sugar company, who has been on
a visit to the mainland arrived on
the Claudlno this morning.
Mrs, W. H. Mahlkoa of Kilauea
returned hum lionolulu on the Clau
dine Friday morning uKSr quite u
stay In town.
Dr. T. L. Morgan was a depart
ing passenger on the Kiuau last
Saturday evening. He will meet his
sister, who arrives on the Matsonia
in lionolulu today.
Yew Char, proprietor of tho City
Paoto company of Honolulu, arriv
ed on tho Claudine last Friday for
a short visit with his sister, Mrs.
Y. V. Tseu, of Nawiliwill.
H. P. Agee, director of tho ex
periment station of tho Hawaiian
Sugar Planters' Association, came
over from Honolulu this morning on
A. Horner Sr., territorial sugar ex
pert, was an incoming passenger on
tho Claudine last Friday morning
making ono of his periodical trips
Senator Chas. A. Rice returned
this morning from a few days spent
in tho capltol city. Tho senator fil
ed his nomination papers last week.
"To avoid tho rush," ho said.
Mrs. O. T. Douglas, wife of tho
superintendent of the Kauai Fruit
& Land company's cannery at La
wai, returned from Honolulu last
Friday via tho Claudine.
J. S. B. Pratt Jr., of Kilauea plan
tation, returned Wednesday from Ho
nolulu, whero he accompanied .Mrs.
Pratt, to see her away on tho Lur
liuo for the mainland.
J. H ,W. Oarnhardt, engineer for
the American Factors, camo over
from Honolulu last Wednesday on
business connected with the Lihue
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Midkiff of
Lihue returned Friday morning from
several weeks spent on Oahu whero
Mr. Midklff was putting in some
ditches for the Oahu Sugar com
pany. George A. Kruse, who for the past
several years has resided on tho
mainland, returned to Kauai last
Wednesday morning to accept tho
position of steam plow luna for
Makaweli plantation. George has
quite a reputation as a baseball
pitcher and is expected to strength
en the already strong Makaweli
O. C. MARKWELL IS TO
RELIEVE J. H. MIDKIFF
Olen C. Markwell arrived from
Honolulu this morning to assume
tho duties of Kauai representative
of the Hawaiian Sugar Planters' ex
periment station. He Is to assume
the duties of John H. Midkiff, who
has hold this position for tho past
three years. Mr. Markwell last year
was Instructor in agriculture at the
Kauai high school and during his
stuy horo made a host of friends
who will receive with plcasuro tho
news that ho bus come hack to
Kauai to make his home.
Mr. Midklff is leaving his present
position to accept something much
bettor, although just what this Is,
is not ready for announcement at
ELEVEN CONVENTION DELEUAIfcS
WILL BE CHOSEN ON
Kauai Post of the American Le
gion will hold Its regular meeting
at the county building on Thursday
evening, delegatus to the territorial
convention at Luke Field will bo
selected at the meeting and it is
probable that tho post will recom
mend sonic member of the post as
a delegate to the national conven
tion at Now Orleans.
Several members of the post have
announced their candidacy for the
latter position and it is understood
that it will be hot race for the trip
to Now Orleans.
Keen competition is also expected
for the delegates to the territorial
convention and as there is eleven
delegates to be sent, nearly every
member of the post will be a can
didate. Since the announcement has been
made by the Luke Field post that
they cleared ?2S00 on their recent
flying circus and It Is the Inten
tion of tho post to spend it on tho
convention, every member of tho
local post has the sudden ambition
to become a delegate.
The convention will bo unique
owing to the fact that Luko Field
post will houso and feud tho dole
gates during tholr three-day stay
on Ford island. Complete plans for
entertaining tho delegates havo been
made and a rip roaring time as well
as an extremely busy session is the
expectation of the delegatus.
MAKES SAMPAN TRIP
UP NA PALI COAST
A party made up of Norman Hinds,
Mortimer, Percy and William Lyd
gato, Will Moragno, Richard Rice,
Bob Mott-Smith, Tom Morgan ami
Charles Fern, made a trip along tho
Na Pali coast last week in a sam
pan. The dny was ideal for the trip
the sea being exceedingly calm. The
party started from Haena at day
break and cruised as far as Milo
Hi, and turned back to Nulolo flats.
Here a stop was made and some of
tlio party fished while others in
vestigated tho rope ladder lately
put in place at Nulolo by tho Yale
exploring party. From here thoy
pulled up nnciior and cruised to Ho
nopu whore all hands put ashore
for kaukau under tho Ilonopu arch.
Part of the party then climbed up
the cliff into the valley to hunt
goats where they wore able to bag
several. Tlio rest of the party spent
their time either fishing or swim
ming. After the return of tho hunting
party tlio start for homo was made
and as a heavy wind had picked up,
the trip homo was considerably
roifghor than tho morning trip.
The day for the trip could not
havo been finer if it had been or
dered and there is no doubt that
If this sort of weather wore more
general that the trip would be ono
of tho most popular in the islands.
It was possible last Saturday to
land at nny valley along tho coast
oven a landing nt the rocky shores
of Nulolo valley could havo been
mado with case.
Unfortunately this condition is
raro, ns most of tho year heavy
swells and surf aro prevalent, along
this shoro making landing at tho
valleys exceedingly difficult.
MRS. R. W. BAYLESS
OPERATED ON MAKES
A RAPID RECOVERY
Mrs. R. W. Bayless, who was tak
en suddenly 111 in Honolulu and
operated on last Friday morning
is reported to bo doing nicely and
Mr. Bayless, who was called to his
wife's sldo, Is expected to bo hack
on Friday morning nnd will hold
services at tho Lihuo Union church
on Sunday evening nnd u special
invitation is issued to nil golf play
ers to attend.
R. M. Clutterbuck of Honolulu is
visiting his brother. Arthur Clutter
buck, secretary of C. B. Hofgaard
& Co., Waimea. Mr. Clutterbuck ar
rived last Friday morning on tho