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Kauai represents the country of the future. Tua Garden Island represents Kauai. ff( 0 ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 9. NO. 37, LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1912, SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY 11 i I, CORRECTED LIST OF IL Supervising Principal H. H. Brodie. Haena 47. 1 Mrs. Lanian McKenzie. Hanalci 102. 1 Mrs. S. A. Cliffe 2 Miss M. Reidell 3 Miss F. Deverill. KilaifejLp-184. 1 2 3 4 Mrs-. J. Chamberlain Mrs. V. M. Huddy Mrs. K. Yanagihara Ethel Edwards. 5 Koolau 74. 1 Miss Harriet E. Teft 2 Lulu Keacing. Anahola 65. 1 Miss Carlotta Stewart 2 Julia Spencer. Kapaa 500. 1 Cyrol O. Smith 2 Miss B. Hundley 3 H. S. Simpson 4 Miss Amy Wong 5 Ida Alspaugh 6 Alice Harper 7 Mrs. L. P. Sheldon 8 Miss Mary Akea 9 Miss Abbie Mahoe 10 Miss C. Choy 11 Miss Mollie Cuinmings 12 Miss Milla Dunn. Wailua (new) Miss Payne. Hanamaulu 234. 1 Mrs. E. B. Bridgewater 2 3 4 Miss Grace Chang Miss Annie Ching Miss Woon Yin 1,0. 5 6 Tjijiue 419. 1 Miss C. A. Muniford 2 Miss K. Mclntyre 3 Miss C. C. Ayer 4 Miss Lottie Jordan 5 Miss Hannah Sheldon 6 Miss Daisy Sheldon 7 Miss M. dc Bretteville 8 Mrs. H. Wedemyer 9 Miss. M. Ellis, 10 Miss Alice Ai 11 Miss Helen Goo 12 Miss Louise Day. Huleia 73. 1 Miss" Annie Amana 2 Miss Ruth Zaue. Koloa 315. 1 John Bush 2 Miss H. Sato 3 Miss E. Kalawe 4 Mrs. K. Kaulili 5 Mrs. H. Blake 6 Mrs. M. Aka 7 Mrs. K. Whittington. Kalahco 206 Miss M. McClymont J. Lukela Nftss A. Gardner Miss M. Paschic Miss Rath. Hanapepe 449. 1 C. B. Morse 2 Mrs. C. B. Morse 3 Miss Mable Hastie 4 Miss Eva Hastie 5 Miss M. H. Anderson 6 Miss Marion Hastie 7 Miss Jessie Deens 8 Mrs. D. Lyons 9 John Gonzalves 10 Miss Esther Ing 11 Miss Janet Hastie 12 Miss Marv E. Blue. Makaweli 252. 1 Miss Etta Lee 2 Miss B. Lee 3 Miss M. Bryant 4 Mrs. M. A. Peterson 5 Miss E. Wilcox. 6 Mrs. C. L. Hodge Waimea 412. 1 H. C. Brown 2 Mrs. H. C. Brown 3 C. D. Milliken 4 3,1rs. Lucy Wright 5 Miss L. Akina . 6 Miss G. Hofgaard Miss W. Mengler Miss A. Silva Mrs. Chang Yau. 7 8 9 10 11 Kekaha 188 Mrs. A. J. Fellows Miss M. Jordan Miss M. Ah Ping Miss D. Whittington. Mana 45. 1 D. Prigge. Niihau 38. 1 Edward Kahale. KAUA Shi TEACHERS TEN TINS OF SWEET DOPE AS CANDIES Ten tins of poppy dope, valued at $500.00 was removed from a box addressed to Lum Kee, Ko loa, which bore the "Candy" label last Saturday afternoon. Sheriff Blake had grown suspicious of a couple of Chinese named Leong Hing and Lum Kee, and decided to shadow them. H i s vigilance was rewarded at fi v e o'clock, when Mr. Lum Kee called for a box of candy which was duly turned over to him by the freight agent, and which was later opened and found to contain ten boxes of opium. The twain were arrested and lodged in jail, after which the matter was referred to the Attornev General's Department, with the result that Deputy U. S. Marshall Sherwood has arrived and will take them to Honolulu this afternoon. With them will go as witnesses, Deputy Sheriff Blake, Customs Inspector W. D. McBryde and the Koloa jailor. The prisoners were brought to the Lihue jail this morning. Some Personals And Locals C. W. Spitz transacted business in Honolulu last week. The flour ot the west is Sperry's Best. tf. Miss Huddy returned from Ho nolulu on the Hall Friday morn ing. Public school begins next Mon day morning. Light, white, always right Sperry Flour. tf. The schooner Marv Winkleman laden with a cargo of lumber for the Lihue Store, arrived at Aim kini last Thursday. Lancer Safety Matches, in pack ages o t ten uoxes tor 5 cents. Where? At the Lihue Store. The schooner Kona is at the a car-Plant- Ahukini dock, discharging go of coal for the Lihue tatiou Miss Bernice Hundley of Kealia is visiting friends and relatives in Honolulu. Sperry flour t h e best every where, the bakers declare. tf. Miss Lee, a prominent Maka weli teacher returned from her summer vacation last Wednesday. Lancer Safety Matches in pack ages o t ten boxes tor o cents. Where? At the Lihue Store, tf. Miss L. Day, who will be one of the Lihue teaching staff for the ensuing year, arrived on the Hall I'riday morning. Miss Mabel Hastie, one of Ha napepe's popular school teachers, returned Wednesday from a vaca tion trip to California. We believe in Soerry Flour every day and every hour. tf. Judge W. L. Whitney and Mrs. Whitney, are guests of Kauaian friends having arrived last Wednes day morning. Miss M. D. Jones, a trained nurse, arrived from Honolulu on the Kinauand will probably hecomc an assistant at the Lihue hospital. Lancer Safety Matches in pack ages o t ten ooxes tor 5 cents. Where? At the Lihue Store, tf. Mrs. Philip Rice was a return- i n g passenger on Wednesday's Kinau, after a pleasant visit among Honolulu friends and rela tives. The many friends of Mr. Mur doch of Makaweli will be pleased to learn of his convalescence from the relapse .which he recently suffered. Starrett, the Onion man, and diversified farming expert, came up last week, and is said to have made a reasonably strong talk con cerning onions. Genial Jack Bergstroni, the piano doctor, was the happy recipient of a beautiful 23 Karet "solid" dia mond ring last week in honor of his 23rd birthday. Mrs. H. H. Brodie was a re turning passenger on the Kinau Wednesday morning. Mrs. Bio die has spent the last two months with friends and relatives in California. SUPERVISORS MEET 10 HOLD INTERESTING SESSION The regular monthly meeting of the Board of Supervisors of the Countv of Kauai, T. II., was held at the office of the Board in Lihue on Wednesday, the 4th day of September. 1912, at 10:30 o'clock A. M. Present: Mr. H. D. Wishard, chairman; Francis Gay, W. D. McBryde. The minutes of the last meeting were read and approved. The Board, after having ex amined the several demands pre sented to it, approved them all and against the following appro priations, viz: Salary County Road Super visor $225.00 Pay of Police: Specials 121.00 Waimea 240.00 Koloa 140.00 Lihue 150.00 Kawaihau 90.00 Hanalei 135.00 Countv Jail County Lot & Building District Courts etc: Waimea . 40.00 Koloa 10.00 Kawaihau - 40.00 Hanalei 5.00 Expenses of Flection Hospitals: Eleele 50.00 S76.00 478.42 39.00 95.00 15.00 Koloa, July & Aug. 100.00 125.00 Lihue Waimea 100.00 375.00 Incidentals: Attorney 7.25 Auditor 36.70 Clerk 56.55 Sheriff 100.25 Supervisors 25 Treasurer 3.35 License Collections 8.35 CoRdSupervisorl06.00 318.70 Office Rent 30.00 Repairs Schools etc: Waimea 3,870.00 Koloa 400.00 Lihue 3,968,93 Kawaihau 848.45 Hanalei 472.48 9,559,86 Special Deposits Schools: Waimea 11.00 Koloa 159.75 Lihue 30.44 Kawaihau 85.65 286.84 Support of Prisoners 105.70 Water Works: Waimea 8J8.12 Kalaheo 108.60 Omao 399,65 1,406.37 Weights & Measures 100.00 Road Work: County Road Niihau:. Roads & Bridges Waimea: Hanapepe Bridge (Gen. 424.31 226.25 Fund) 168.73 Macadamizing' 3,584.66 Oiling Roads 614.46 Roads & Bridges 1,159.95 5,527.80 Miss Marie Anderson, a niece of Mrs. H. H. Brodie, and a pretty Hanapepe teacher, returned Wed nesday from Honolulu, where she had been attending the Teachers' Institute. Lancer Safety Matches in pack ages o f ten boxes for 5 cents. Where? At the Lihue Store, tf. Mr. L. W. Branch, engineer, in charge of the construction of the local wireless plant, and ne cessary buildings, arrived Wed nesday morning. He is accompani ed bv Mrs. Branch, who will re main here until the plant is com pleted . The best flour known, in every home Sperry Hour. tt. Harold Rice, assistant manager of the Maui Agriculture Co., came over on Wednesday's Kinau. He was on a strictly business trip and was unable to remain longer than Saturday. Our good roads were the subject of very favorable com inputs from Harold, who express ed his recrets at not having hodi his machine. Snerrv nroducts for the house- wife, the trade, the best that's made. tf. KOLOA: Macadamizing (.Gen. Fund) 672.16 Roads & Bridges (Gen. Fund) 325.84 Rd. Tax Special Deposit LIHUE: Roads & Bridges (Gen. Fund) Rd Tax Special Deposit KAWAIHAU: 998.00 279.70 431, 451, Roat's & Bridges (Gen. Fund) HANALEI: Roads & Bridges (Gen. Fund) Total 1,316.40 413.36 $23,979.53 A request (P 733) from the Kau ai Railway Co., for a permission to lay a railroad crossing across the road near the Koloa hospital was duly received and was grant ed but the work of laying the said crossing to be under the supervi sion of the county road supervisor. A request (P 734) from the Mc Bryde Sugar Co. Ltd., of Wahi awa, Koloa, for a permission to make a cut i u the government road leading down into the Hana pepe valley for the purpose of laying a sewer across said road with the view of connecting same with the pump ditch beyond there was duly received and the same was'granted on condition however that the work shall be carried on under the supervision of. the county road supervisor. "A request (P 735) trom Mr. H. H. BrOdie, supervising principal, for the appointment of a committee from amongst the members of the Board to consider whether certain works mentioned in the request should be put in for the new Ha napepe' school and grounds, w a s duly received, and as prayed for, a committee of three consisting of Mr. J. H. Moragne, the County's Special School Inspector, a n d Messrs. Francis Gay and v , D. McBryde, Supervisors for Waimea and Koloa respectively, to investi gate into the matter and report. A requisition (P 736) for sup plies for the schools at Kekaha; Waimea; Makaweli; Hanapepe; Kalaheo; Lihue; Hanamaulu; Ka paa; Anahola; Koolau; Hanalei and Haena, was also received but re ferred to Mri'T. H. Moragne with full power to act in the matter. Financial Reports for August, 1912, viz: the Treasurer's Report ( R 1 1 5 ; ) Audi tor s Report ( R 1 1 5a) Auditor's Trial Balance etc., (R115aa;)and the Joint Report (R 115b;) were duly received and took the usual course. Mr. Gav, Finance Committee, favorably reported on the Financial Reports for June and July. 1912. respectively, and upon his recom mendation the reports were ap proved. Mr. McBryde moved for the ap propriation, as an Additional Ap propriation, of the sum of $1000.00 Continued on page 4. Widening Main Street The work o f widening main street has been begun. This has been made possible by the gene rousity of the Lihue Plantation, in donating to the county, a strip of valuable land ten feet in width extending the entire length of the new town site. Ihc added strip will be utilized as a roadway for carriages and horseback travel. The gift of this land to the county by the plantation is a most com mendable act upon the latter, and one which is highly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Morse of Hanapepe school, who have been spending their vacation in Cali fornia, returned home by the Ki nau. They brought a classy little Buick runabout home with them Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Brown of the Waimea School, returned Wednesday from their Summer vacation among the mountains o; I M f f Tl uaiitoruia. wnue away, m r Brown purchased a nifty little Flanders. . KAUAI LOAN .FUND COMMIS SION MEETING Meeting called to order by Vice Chairman H. D. Wishard at 11:30 A. sr. Present besides the Vice Chairman, Francis Gay and W. D. McBryde, members and J . II . Moragne Engineer. Absent Mars ton Campbell and James K. Lota. Minutes of the previous meetiiig read and upon motion duly ap proved. Paymunt ov Bills The following bills drawn against the account "Roads & Bridges County of Kauai,T. II." were, upon motion, approved and order ed paid. No. 1'3 G. Ilaggarty 182.65 No. 164 G. Haggartv 463.55 No. 165 G. Ilaggarty 272.15 No. 166 Honolulu Iron Works Co. 25.90 No. 1 167 L. Wiebke 697.05 -No.jl68 Hose M. Castro 791.10 No. 169 Bridgewater & II o p p e r 4.00 No. 170 Waimea Stables Ltd. 13.56 No. 171 Lewers & Cooke "'367.74 No. 172 Honolulu Iron Works Co. 78.50 No. 173 H. Hackfeld & Co. 145.00 No. 174 Leslie Wishard 30.00 No. 175 M. J. Pereiia 96.27 No. 176 J. H. Moragne 100.00 No. 177 J. II. Moragne 175.00 Hanaimu'H School The Secretary presented a n d read report from Inspector J. L. RoberUon, with regard to the com pletion of the work on the Hana pepe School by Contractor Geo. E. MarshaH.- . t- Paymknt ov Bills, L ..' Building The following bills against the Appropriation "School Building &. Equipment, County of Kauai, T. H.""were presented and upon mo tion approved and ordered paid. No. 9 Geo. E. Marshall 90.00 No. No. 10 Geo. E. Marshall 106.00 11 Geo. E. Marshall 7.327.00 12' J. L. Robertson 250.00 No. Bids Kualia Buidgk At 12 noon the Vice-Chairman opened the following bids for the proposed new bridge over the Kea- la Stream. Catton, Neill & Co. 5.97 1.00 Illinois Steal Bridge Co. 4,282.00 Von-Ham Young Co. 6,194.99 Honolulu Iron Works Co. "A" 6.300.00 ii 1 1 i ii " y 5,250.00 Upon motion duly seconded the bids were referred to the Engineer of the Loan Commission for con sideration and report to the Board in ihe afternoon. Bins Kualia Bkidgjj At 2:30 p. si. the Board recon vened and the engineer reported on the Kealia Bridge bids, request ing that he be allowed further time in which to report, the request was granted . Court Housn Bids & Countv Building The chairman opened the only bid filed for the erection of the County Building and Court House, the same being bid of A. P. Mc Donald for $35,403. The b i d being in excess of the appropria tion as granted by the Legislature no action was taken by the Board Continued on page 2. Arthur Rice Visits Old Home Arthur Rice, one of the head members of the J. F. Morgan Co. Ltd., Honolulu was a Wednes day's arrival. Arthur's friends were delighted to see lum and re gretted the necessity of his return ing to Honolulu bv Saturday s boat. ....... Bid Is Above Appropriation At the meeting of the Kauai Loan Fund Commission last Wed nesdav. there was but one bid for the construction o f the Countv Building, the same being too far in excess of the appropriation to admit of its acceptance. Directors Meeting The Directors of the Kauai Athletic Association will hoiu a directors meeting at the Fairview Hotel at 7:30 I', m. Saturday. 'THE KILAUEA TEAM OF At Kilauea last Sunday, the 1912 scries of baseball was brought to a finale when the Kilaueas defeated the McBrydes to the refrain of 15 to 2. The winners of the scries championship are to be congratu lated on the clans of ball they have put up and on their gentlemanly conduct throughout the season. They are an aggregate of clever, gentlemanly players and well de serving of the general praise which is passed out to them from every direction. In getting up a team for the Inter-Island contest which is to be pulled off in Honolulu, Kauai would have more than even chances should she send the Ki lauea team instead o f a mixed team. Manager Sanborn is a natural born manager which ac counts in a large manner for the success of his team. However, the lack of dissention among his players.also counted in their favor, and all in all, they have demon strated their prowess as all-round good scouts and the public i n general, shares the pride which Kilauea feels over the success of her team. LiNR-Ur McBuvDiis. T a k i t a n i , cf; Denichi, ss; Spaulding, 2b; Aki, lb; Periera, 3b; Richards, r f ; Andrade, If; Robello, c; Akana, p. Kilauka. Bill Kerr, ss; G . Ji&na, cf; Sanborn, c; J. Pacheco, 2bf r. Yae,?o. 3b; Gabriel, rf; Lorenzo, lb; Sanril-iP; J. Aka na, It; Wood If. LIHUE JUNIORS WINNERS TROPHY G. W. L. PC. 8 6 2 .750 6 3 3 .500 6 3 3 .500 7 3 4 .429 7 2 5 .286 J. A. C. L. J. C. Kapaia Rizal Mokihana Next Sunday's Games Rizal vs. L. J. C. Kapaia vs. Mokihana. Col Cox Visits Garden Island Col. Cox, who has charge of the Salvation Army's work in the Territory, visited Kauai last week. During the visit she stated that the death of Win. Booth, founder of the organization would make no change in its .work. Braniwell Booth, the eldest son, succeeds his father as General Superintendent of. the organization throughout the world . The Hanalei Precinct Elects Following is the result of the election of delegates at the Hana- 1 e l Precinct meeting Saturday night: W C. Aarona 33 31 30 57 28 58 50 53 55 56 32 14 75 38 Gardner D. Kahai R. W. Kahea Sol. Kamaka H. K. Kanehe Kaainiaulu J. Kalue S. K. Kapua II . Kapu Sol. Maluna D. Puulei Wm, Werner W. F. Sanborn The following delegates were elected by the Kawaihau Precinct Club on Saturday night: John llano J. V. Ekekela' 43 39 30' 29 26 25 25 H. M. Castro J. Opio A. M. Kuhaulua J. B. Cuinmings J. Bettencourt, Tr. The Makaweli precinct has elect ed the following delegates: Messrs. Iona. Rankin, Hay Sei dell, Deverill, Pauoli and Brodie. . Mr. and Mrs. E. were ar rivals on the W. Sutton Kinau Wed- r.esday. Lancer Safety Matches in ages o f ten boxes for 5 Where? At the Lihue Store. pack cents. tf.