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- t ": "ft'. ' 1 ' J Kauai represents the country of the future. .- - X Mft 5 Tan Gakdhn Island represents iKauai. ESTABLISHED 1904. ;Y0L. 9. NO. 35. LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. SEPTEMBER 2, 1913 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CEMS MR COPY PARCEL POST IS EXTENDED mi i immt MB ETI mm PROMINENT ARTIST HERE LOCAL TENNIS IS POPULAR if J 'To further popularize the par cel post system Postmaster General Burleson has put into action the weight limit at 20 pounds in stead of the former, which was 11 pounds. He also announces a sharp reduction in transportation. Anoth er new scheme of the postmaster general, and one which went into effect Aug. 15, is the "banking by mail" feature introduced into the postal savings department. The reduction in charges for lo cal delivery is from the present rate of 5 cents for the first pound and 1 cent for each additional 2 "pounds or fraction thereof. The change in the postal savings system will enable would-be depo sitors in remote districts to avail themselves of the benefits of the system. i . CHARLIE WILCOX COMES TO LIHUE Charlie Wilcox, for many years the efficient manager ot the Koloa Plantation, has resigned with a view of coming to Lihue fcr the , purpose identifying himself with A the interests of his uncle, Hon. G. JN. Wilcox. The management of -the Koloa Plantation will go to ;Mr. Cropp, a prominent plantation man from Oahu. The new mana ger is expected to arrive to-morrow morning. A YOICE FROM MAKAWELI DISTRICT Maka,w(j!li Mr. Editor: You can hear over here in this part of the country that certain 1 nr . r . f police umi-ers are very iua,) j; caught, they go aud commit 'acts of which any other person would be indicted to the higher court. '..Donit-you think thatTgbod govern ment" includes officials which abs tain from doubtful acts? Question please answer in your paper. Citizen. KAUAI'S NEW COURTHOUSE BEGUN Work on the new county build ing will begin at once, many of the working force being on the ground already. Material is also being shipped in. It is thought the building will, be completed by riAiarcn ist. yi.t. MARRIED Miss Antnnin Anlorin. dnuchter of Mr. and Mrs. John Amorin of Hanamaulu and Mr. Frank Nobri ga, also .of Hanamaulu, were mar ried in tlx. Catholic Church a t Kapaia, Saturday afternoon, Aug. 16, Father Valentine otficiating. The groom is a popular clerk in the Hanamaulu plantation store. WILCOX-ANDREW ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Albert S. Wilcox of Lihue, Kauai, Annonnce the Engagement of their Daughter Mary Kaui to Archibald Andrew .of Glasgow, Scotland "HONOLULU BEAUTIFUL" Tom up streets and a mixed-up street car schedule is not conducive to furthering the idea that Honolu lu is anything like what its people would have us believe, the "Ho nolulu Beautiful." . t DIED Antone Caetano, aged 22 years, died at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Caetano in Hanamaulu last Saturday morning. Funeral and interment took place 111 Kapaia Saturday afternoon. BAND CONCERT The Lihue Baud will give its re gular monthly concert at the Li hu' Park next Sunday afternoon. Miss Jessie Lee Deens of liana- j pepe successfully passed the Tea-1 chers' Examination in Honolulu, i Thb Garden Ism tes her upon .her succi TRY FOR GAM Hundreds Throng Alexander Park to Witness Contest For Supremacy Between The Two Crack Ball Teams on The Garden Island--McBryde Wins FINE GAME TO BE PLAYED ON LIHUE DIAMOND NEXT SUNDAY Last Sunday's Game Resulting cess in Wrestling the Honors For The The McBrydes got even last Sunday in Eleele by defeating Ma kaweli 6-1. Timely wallops and good fielding held the visitors down to 1 run. Iuenco passed throughthe nine ordeals without going to pieces. Leslie Wisuaru Umpired balls and strikes, and W. H. Rice Jr., on the bases. i bummary or the bame. 1st Inning Makaweli: Costa walked and '.'idle :econd Fernandes struck out. Thompson got a pass. H. Fassoth-j ..: 1 1 ' l i r . . . i . -1 a 1 suigieu. ui v-osiu was jjui uui ui the pinto Costa, to Pacheco t o Gabriel? The latttfr-trieilv6 pm Fassoth out at second but was too late. Pacheco sent the ball back to Gabriel returning Thompson, completing a double play. No runs. McBryde: Spatilding singled and stole second. Costa doubled, scor i n g Spalding. Pacheco fanned. Denichi single'1 but was called out because he failed to touch secmnd on returning to first on a play. Ta kitani was allowed first base when Joe Fassoth interferred with him. Ineneo died, Costa to H. Fassoth. 1 run 2nd Inning Makaweli: R ap o s o walked, Oneha, Kane, and Kruse all fanned. No runs. McBryde: Kusano made first on error of Costa, but was out Kruse to H. Fassoth, Gabriel died, Kane to H. Fassoth. Perreira walked but was forced out, Fernan des to Costa. No runs. 3rd Inning Makaweli: J . Fassoth struck out, Costa died, Denichi t o A CAR IS MADE WHILE YOU WAIT The rapidily with which cars are made in the plant of the Ford Mo tor Company was shown recently when a gang assembled a car com plete and ran it off under its own power in just two and one half minutes. The operation was performed for the benefit of a picture concern. Under the manufacturing sche dule now current at the Ford Plant, a car is produced there every forty seconds, but of course a number of cars are being assembled at the same time. For the motion picture however, the entire operation was gone through singly. A place was clear ed on the assenfbling floor and the camera focused. Then eight men went to work. The frame was set up, the axles placed, the motor installed, the wheels attached , the transmission connected up, the bodv bolted in place, a 1 1 accessories including lamps horn etc, fastened on proper ly, tank filled and the crank given a turn which started the motor as a drivei took his seat. The car moved out to the loading platform in just two and ono half minutes. FARMERS' ALLIANCE IS ORGANIZED A farmer's Alliance, with heid quarters at Eleele, has been form ed, with the object of securing better r;s:ilts from fa-m prndtrts, THE F INAL CHAMPIONSHIP EOF 1914 SEHI in 6 fo 1 in Favor of McBryde's Indicates Their Ultimate Sue- From the Big Cup Winners When They Meet Next Sunday Final Try-out in The Present Series. Perreira. Fernandes struck out, but made first when Gabriel dropped the third strike. Thomp son singled. H. Fassoth expired Pacheco to Perreira. No runs. McBryde: Costa fl e w t d H. Fassoth, Pacheco fanned and Denichi died, Kane to H. Fassoth. No runs. 4th Inning Makaweli: Raposo out, Spald ing to Perreira. Oneha flew t o Pacheco Kane struck out. No runs. iIcBryde: Taki. and Ineneo died, J. Fassoth to7!!. Fassoth Kusano. out, Costa&6H. Fassoth,' No runsr M 5th Inning Makaweli: Kruse d;ed Spa ld iug to Perreira. J. Fassoth died, Ineneo to Perreira. Costa, singled, Fernandes singled , Thompson singled scoring Costa. Fernandes w a s out by Spatilding on H. Fassoth's hfr. 1 run. . McBryde: Gabriel died Costa to J. Fassoth. Perreira flew t o Fernandes, Spaulding singled but was forced out at second when Costa hit the ball. No runs. 6th Inning Makaweli: Raposo out Spauld i n g to Perreira. Oneha singled Kane flew to Takitaui Kruse flew to Perreira. No runs McBryde: Pacheco reached third when Thompson missed his fly. Denichi made second on Fer nandes wild throw to first Pacheco scoring. Takitani flew to Oneha. Ineneo died Kane to J. Fassoth, Denichi scoring. Kusano made first on error of Raposo, Gabriel JUDGE DICKEY HOME FROM VACATION lv a s t Wednesday afternoon, while trying t o locate solid going at a muddy spot on the hill be tween Hanalei and Wainiha, Judge Dickey's machine look a skid, nearly turning turtle before i t came to a stand on the hillside The Judge walked back to the Deverill hotel where he spent the night. Next morning a passing machine succeeded in getting the Tudge's car back on tlie track after which he continued his trip on in to Wainiha, where he remained over Sunday. During his few days' vacation the Judge tramped over to Kalalau. He reports so live picturesque sceneiy along the trail, dwelling especially upon the beau tiful mountain streams, the swim ing pools in which he gamboled, both going and coining He return ed to Lihue yesterday afternoon. BIG DAMAGE SUIT AGAINST BERTRAM As the result of his arrest on a charge of embezzlement, preferred against him bv Geo. A. Bertram, i Deputy Sheriff W. O. Crowell has brought suit for damages in the sum of $10,000. SUPERVISORS WILL HO L D MEETING The regular monthly meeting of the members of the Board of Super visors will meet at ten o'clock to mm row morning. E5, AT ELEELE died Costa to H. Fassoth. 2 xuns. 7th Inning Makaweli: J. Fassoth singled. Costa flew to Costa who doubled. J. Fassoth out at first, Fernandes doubled and Thompson fanned. No runs. McBryde: Perreira reached second on error of H. Fassoth. Spaulding fl e w to Oneha. Costa made first on error of H. Fassoth. He then stole second. Pacheco walked, filling the bases. Denichi reached second on error, Perreira and Costa scoring. Takitani made first on error of Fernandes Ppcheco .scoring.. Ineneo. flew to 'Costa. Takitani went out. J . Fassoth to Costa. 3 runs. 8th Inning Makaweli: H . Fassoth and Raposo singled. Oneha fanned , Kane fouled t o Denichi. Kruse flew to Takitani. No runs. McBrvke: Kusano died Kruse to H. Fassoth. Gahridl flew to Oneha, Perreira flew to J. Fassoth. No runs. 9th Inning Makaweli: J. Fassoth singled, Costa fouled, to Denichi, Fernandes made first on error of Perreira. Thompson flew to Costa Fernandes "'ent out Gabriel to Pacheco. No runs. Ivine-up. McBryde Spalding ss, Costa cf. Pacheco 2b, Denichi 3b, Takitani If, Ineneo p, Kusano rf, Gabriel c, Perreira lb. Makaweli Costa 2b, Fernandes ss, Thompson rf, H. Fassoth lb, Raposo If, Oneha cf, Kane 3b, Kruse p. J. Fassoth c. A GOOD PROFFESSION, IS FARMING The fact is now quite generally recognized that instead of being "only a farmer," the tiller of the soil is one of the most skillful spe cial isls of the day; that instead of dedicating a boy to farming "be cause he isn't smart enough for anything else," farming is being chosen by the youth of th,e land because' it offers the best opportu nity for the display of versatility and intelligence along a dozen dif ferent lines. For, as a Senator Wil liams, points out, "it is one of the occupations that you cannof pur sue to the highest point of success without possessing a sort of ency clopedic information, coupled with initiativand decision, for the pro blem is never the same for any two years." It was this thought which was in Thomas Jefferson's mind when he spoke' of farming being a science of the verv first order, counting among its handmaids the most respectable sciences, such as chemistry, natural philosophy, mechanics, generally, natural his tory, botony. j , HONOLULU TO BE BIG MILITRAY CITY Honolulu is destined to become a great military post and the soon er that, some of Honolulu's knock ers realize that the boys in uniform ar ...ELll... f - !!..!.. 1 .. . wuriuy u u miie consideration the more secure will Mr. Knocker Artist Hitchcock and party, consisting of his two sons, Mr. Gurry Jr., and son, and Mr. Chase of the Punahoti College faculty, returned to Honolulu last Friday afternoon, after having spent a vacation of two weeks at the Knudseu mountain home above Waimea. Prof. Hitchcock made some excellent paintings of forest, canyon and mountain views during his stay in the mountains, while Mr. Gurry succeeded in se ctoring a number of what he hops mav prove to be splended photo graphic reproductions of canyons. The youngsters in the party, who, by-the-way, are enthusiastic "boy scouters." were loud in their praise of the good times they had on the trip. To a reporter, Mr. Hitchcock said that from this same location, he had once painted a picture which pleased him so well that he placed a prohibitive price on it, desiring to keep it in his possession. How ever, a famous collector canit to the studio where the picture wa's on exhibition, and hurriedly bought it without ceremony. As the purchaser had never been to Kauai it was evident he selected the picture purely upon the merits of the artist's work. Not being slow to realize this, Mr. Hitchcock has begun a duplicate of his former picture, and feels confident of doing so, in the completion of the piece of work he now has in hand. OBITUARY. Mary K. Radway, born in Ha nalei, Kauai, February 3rd, 1864. was the daughter o f Mary and Hiram Fredenberg, and sister t o Mrs. S. B. Deverill, of Hanalei. Mrs. E. B. Lindley, of Honolulu, and Hiram Fredenberg, residing in England. Her first school days were spent in Koloa, but after her father's death, she made her home in Honolulu, completing her edu cation in the Catholic convent there In 1880, she left the Islands, accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Theo. H. Davies as far as New York, on their way to England. She made her home for the next three years, with an uncle, John Kellett who lived in New Loud n, Connecticut. The death of her uncle aud family caused her to return to the Islands which she did in company with Mr. and Mrs. John Weight. Short ly after her return, she was ap pointed teacher in the Hanalei government school which position she held until she married J. M. Radway. Remaining in Hanalei until the two children who had brightened their home, had reach ed the school age, she removed to Honolulu that they might be placed in school. Although never very strong in health, she led a most useful and active life, always helping where she was most needed, and by her pleasing personality won the love of all with whom she came in con tact. About a year ago, her health broke down, since which time she has had the loving care and atteu Hon of her two faithful children and numerous loving friends who have constantly attended her bed side. Her son, John, is employed in the Bank of Hawaii, her daughter Katherine is stenogropher for Drs. Wall, and her husband J. M. Rad way is employed at Fort Castner. The family wish to extend to all kind friends of Mrs. Radway, their grateful thanks for all the kindness shewn her, during her last illness. JUST A FEW PERSONALS Jack Lucas, of Lucas Bros., Ho nolulu, came up on the Hall last Friday morning. We are liome again got here at the same time the W G. Hall did last Friday morning. Mr and Mrs. Thomas, were among the Hall arrivals hist Fri day morning. Mrs. Wm. Hastie and daughters of Eleele who have been spending the summer in Honolulu will re turn to Kauai to-morrow. There is a rumor to the effect that wedding bells will soon ring "n Eleele, the lady in question be ny a popular school teacher. The new Tennis Club is rapidly increasing i t s membership list, great enthusiasm having been al ready shown in the new organiza tion. Many are entirely new at the sport but are showing great zeal as well as considerable aptitude. K..C. Hopper who played for the first time on last week's club days, was the comment to all, on account of the surprisingly fine game which -he put up. A number of enthusiastic club men got down to business with line and tape the other day, mak ing short work of planning out and marking the second court. With both courts in commission a large gathering is assired on club days, which have been set for Wed nesdays and Fridays. Mr. Moragne has undertaken to further improve the surface of the couits, the completion of which work will furnish us with playing ground not to be beaten anywhere. At a recent meeting of the Executive Committee it was de cided to organize a tournament the first round of which will be played off by Sept. 10th. Handicaps were assigned a c cording to player's classifications. The following i s the playing schedule for Men's and Ladie's singles. Mkn's C. S. Dole vs C. Maser E.-Mahn H. Rohrig A. Siebel W. H. Grote " . L. Wishard. Dr. Putmau. Dr. Glaisyer. H . Vincent. K. C. Hopper. H. D. Wishard. Ladik's. Miss Weber vs. Miss Purvis. Miss Day " Miss Wilcox. Mrs. Rohrig " Miss Mclntyie. Miss D. Grote " Miss A. Grote. A meeting will be held at the Lihue Hall on Friday September 12th at 8 o'clock to adopt by-laws and settle other business on hand. SOME WAIMEA NEWS-NOTES Mr. Austin is doing business in Waimea., Arnold Aldrich is spending a week with Ernest Gay in t h e mountains. Misses Beatrice a n d Hannah Jacobson are spending their vaca tion in Waimea. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver have been spending a few days at the Gav's mountain home. Mr. Mahlum and Judge Ilofgaard are guests at the hotel as their families are all in the mountains. Mr. E. E. Mahlum accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard attended the ball game in Lihue on the 17th. P a u 1 Schmidt is doing busi ness on Kauai. Paul and Sid do business together side by each to gether apart. Eddie Fernandez the moving picture expert showed in Waimea Thursday aud Fridav night, giving a dance after the show. A delightful poi luncheon was given by Mrs. August Kruse, in honor of Mrs. H . Morton who arrived on the Kinati Wednesday. Those invited were Mrs. Morton, Miss Virginia Silva, Miss H. Jacobson, Miss H. Horner, Miss B. Scharsh, Miss M. Lay ton and Mrs. Kruse. THE "ENGLESIDE" The Engleside, Mrs. C. Miltner, proprietor, is the latest popular, home-like rooming house, to bid for the patronage of those who would place convenience and com fort above all else in selecting their living quarters. The Engleside is situated near the corner of Vine vard and Emma streets, just two blocks from the business center of the city. Mrs. Miltner has h:id many years' experience in the rooming house business and gives her personal time and attention to the wants of her customers. The rooms are airv, large and tVie cool est in the city. Adv. Mr. Piller of McBryde was a visitor in Honolulu last week. Miss Florence Deverill of Hana lei, accompanied by Miss Kather ine Radwav. returned from Hono lulu on the Hall.