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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 5, 1917
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Local and Personal Notes
Hon. E. A. Knudsen was a pas
scngor to Honolulu last Saturday.
Ho will return Wednesday morning.
Miss Mariorio Wood, of Lihuoi
and Miss Martin, of Kalahco, spent
the week end with Mrs. E. A. Knud
sen at Hoea.
Mr. and Mrs. Fernandez, of mov
' ing picture enterprise, are still in
the Lihuo hospital, but are very
much better and will soon be out
Mrs. R. L. Wilcox went to town
by the Kinau Saturday afternoon
to meet her sister, Mrs. Scott and
children, who arrive from the coast
in a few days.
Anyone desiring the book ' 'The
Rmnll VfTpLihlf Garden" furnished
by the United States Department
of Agriculture, may procure a copy
by calling at The Uaruon island
Mrs. J. M. Lydgatc leaves by the
Mauna Loa today for Hawaii where
she will visit friends m Hilo and
Hamakua: she will also spend a few
days at the Volcano. She will be
back toward the end of June.
Re the Koloa cantata:
The chorus of 18 voices was sur
prisingly good for children ; the time
was perfect, they were alert and up
to the scratch, and the harmony
Mrs. Avery and Miss Mumford
gave a combination card party on
Wednesday afternoon last for which
some 40 invitations wcro issued. It
. goes without saying that every one
had a delightful time.
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rohrig, of Li
huo, returned Friday from their
vacation to the Volcano. They re
port having a most delightful time.
Mr. Rohrig says they were fortunate
enough to arrivo just when the
volcano was at its best.
Messrs. F. J. Aasor and A. Mc
lioylc, of Kekaha, weio hosts at a
most delightful dance last Saturday
evening on the spacious lanai of the
V. Knudsen homo. Friends were
gathered from all parts of the Island
and one and all voted the affair a
Dr. Wm. T. Fry, superintendent
of Methodist Missions on the Is
lands, has been making one of his
regular tours of the Island in the
interest of his work. His ready wit,
genial good humor, and all-round
attractive personality make him a
welcome guest wherever he goes.
Mrs. Wm. Henry Rice goes to
town this evening to attend the
wedding of her sister, Miss Helen
Girvin, who will marry Mr. Harry
Cobb, Wednesday evening, at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. E. Kopkc.
Mrs. Rice expects to return Friday
William Ellis, Jr. was married to
Annie Kapuniai by Rv. J. A, Aki
na at the home of the bride's father
J. K. Kapuniai, on Thursday eve
ning May 31. The ceremony was
followed by a "paina" in good old
Hawaiian style, to the satisfaction
of every one. Monday morning was
"business as usual" with Willie, so
the honey-moon was not unduly ex
tended. Mr. and Mrs. De Spain are back
from the Coast, bringing with them
a little son of Mr. De Spain. They
report that we don't know anything
about high prices as compared with
the Mainland and that wo ought to
consider ourselves lucky. More than
over, did the Islands look good to
them when they got back.
Wo have received a sample of
most delicious mneannlo clmtnnv
from Mrs. W. R. Whittington, of
the Kalahco homesteads. We un
derstand that Mrs. Whittington was
brought up in India, the indigenous
homo of the chutney, s.o that her
foot is on her native heath in this
matter. We understand also that
she is ready to take orders for the
same, and we recommend our read
ors to try it.
S. S. Hamakua Burned
(Continued from page 1)
in his cabin. Before tho captain
could don his clothes, an oxn osion
shook the vessel, covers were blown
off the main hatch, mid n. rrrnnt.
column of flame and smoke shot
forth enveloping the vessel almost
NYSTROM BURNED TO DEATH
It is believed that the first officer
was burned to death. He was last
seen near the main hatch search
ing for the fire. When tho hatch
blew open he was probably instant
ly overcome and perished. .
A considei able portion of tho ves
sel's deck cargo consisted of gasoline
in drums. These at once ignited
when tho fire broke from the hold,
and a succession of heavy explosions
drovo the crew aft. In a pall of
smoke so dense that they could
scarcely breathe, the men struggled
with 'the lashings of tho boats and
finally succeeded in launching three.
Another one was smashed against
the side of the ship and its crew
thrown into the water. They were
picked up later by their companions
in the other boats, except the boat
swain, named Kaili, who is report
ed to have been hurt.
INJURED MAN DROWNED
A member of the crew reports
having helncd Kaili to net out, nf
some of his clothincr which wns
hampering his efforts to keep afloat,
winle tbe men were m the water
waiting to be picked un. hut. lntor
when Capt. Wichert', made a muster
of his crew ho.was found to bo miss
ing, together with the first officer.
Althouch the boats cruifiwl nhnnt
tho burning vessel for some time no
trace ot cither unfortunate man
could be found.
The boats headed for land about.
G o'clock, and landed at Keoneoio
landing, east of Makena, ahout 8:30
o'clock. In tho meantime the burn
ing vessel had attracted the nltnn-
tion of residents at the Raymond
Kancii, and Mrs. Raymond tele
phoned the first report of the dis
aster to beorgo H. Dunn, agent for
the inter-island at Lahaina. After
landing Cant. Wichert also rennrtnd
to Dunn. and the Mikahala wns cIph-
patched from Lahaina to pick tho
men up. They were thus brought
to Lahaina after 5 o'clock in the
evening, together with their three
boats, and later were taken by the
Claudine to Honolulu.
JAMES MAKEE REPORTS DIS
Shortly after G o'clock UVdnf-s.
day evenine. the power Rnhnnnor
James Makee arrived at Lahainn. in
report the burning which had sorely
puzzled Capt. J. T. Diggg nil day.
The Makeo was on her way to Ha
waii when she smhted tho hnrninrr
ship about daylight, and she was
within about hall a mile of her
when tho Hamakua turned t.nrtln.
The discovery of the smashed boat
anally cave Cant. Dices a clnw ns fn
the identity of the craft, which con
tinued to float bottom up, with stern
high as thouch the
dropped out. Tho small boat also
contained some pieces of men's wear
ing appared which added to Diggs'
anxiety concerning the fate of the
crew Ho cruised about all dnv
searching for some trace, but finally
gave up and put back to Lahaina.
The Sunday Service
Dr. Wm. T. Fry. suroerinten-
dent of tho Methodist Missions,
preached in tho Lihue Union
Church Sunday morning, giving his
hearers an eloquent sermon on Ja
cob's lono fight at Jabbok, in which
he emphasized ,the fact that a man's
really vital problems were those of
his own inner life and character.
Two new members were received
into the church, with appropriate
and impressive services.
Tho church was beautifully de
corated in Easter lilies and gla
Parsnips at Hanamaulu
Our midnight vigils were rudely
disturbed, the other night, by the
frantic racket of an auto, rampant
011 tho lawn. A Gnrmnin rnlil ! nn
arrest for libel ; n first aid demand
for help;, a drunken election party;
or a belated weddint? in sonvph nf n
minister; nil theso suggestions, and
moro, ran through our mind In
liclit COStUmpjdll(1 ill nmnli tmm'fln-
tion. wo ran to tho dnnr mat in
time to sec tho departing tail light,
and to hear feminino voiens mllim?
good night; and to find a fine bunch
of parsnips Ivine on thn stons. in.
Bother witli this note; "Theso par
snips were raised in the Hanamaulu
school garden, and aro sent you by
ram lcreira with hiscomnlininnls."
We thank Paul Fcreira" very much
lor tho parsnips and tho fair ladies
who brought them.
First Aid Troubles Pau
And now once again tho fair
ladies of tho First Aid Class breathe
free once moro, and lay aside their
athxious frowns for smiles. The ex
amination was conducted Friday
afternoon by Dr. Kuhns of Ttenlin.
an oral test, by threes, on the basis)
ot questions sent from Washington.
There vwill bo n very interesting
program given in this concert by
the best singers in this country. S.
W. Mehcula (the Mozart of tho lat
ter days) will lead the famous Ka-
waihau Glee Club. Mrs. II. T. Shel
don, who undertook a very interest
ing part in the Sam Mahelona Mem
orial Hospital last February will at)
pear on this program with some of
her favorite selections.
All of the members of the Kanaa
Sundny school will bo seen ' among
tho JNational sceneries of Hawaii nei.
We also havcTn this, program the
resounding echo of Kalalea:
The German guitar steel player
Pua i Mohala
Nohili, E .
Selection . . ..
Kiliopu . . . .
Hawaiian Hula Stops, Guitar Solo
Old Black Joe
Selection, Violin Solo
Uluwehi o Kaala
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Wo aro assured that the lrtdics al
acouited themselves very creditably
doing nmplo justico to native in
(nlliimnnn nnd to oxcellotlt teachillE
in sovornl rnsrs tho doctor assuret
them that they did better than he
could have done himself. Needless
to say they arc nil very well plcascc
willi lit in nH nn exnininer. v
T)in1ninns. or certificates will be
given to the successful candidates,-1-
thev will have to come from Wash
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File A Statement
The latest in the wn.v of war time
economy, is to file with your guests
a statement of expenditure, to make
good your contention that you real
ly aro economizing. Not a bad idea;
it shows you what vou can do in
the way of giving your guests a good
time on a small expenditure; also
it stimulates your powers of mven
tion in doing so. And, after all, a
good time really has very little to
do with expenditure, and often
times extravagance is fatal to it.
Uncle Sam will spend two hun
dred and fifty million dollars for
good roads this year. Besides the
of Congress, cadi state is expected
to do its part in putting its roads
into top-notch condition.
will bo accompanied by Mr. llano
on his violin.
Tho latest airs of our National
Guard of Hawaii by Kalani Peters
will be heard in this concert.
"KilakilaeLanakila e," which is
one of the latest compositions, will
bo sung by our greatest bantonist.
"Old Black Joe" will make his ap
pearance in the gathering' of n big
The floor manager of tho dance
hall will be a woman and every boy
will be asked to take a girl to dance
the evening off. Come one Come
all. The first and the last of its
kind. Do not miss it 1
Tho program is as .follows:
Mr. and Mrs. Jimnez
.'. , . Mrs. II. T. Sheldon
Kapaa Sunday School
Mrs. Williams and Mrs. Kau-o
. . . Mr. M. Gwin
Kapaa Sunday School
' . Mrs. -II. T. Sheldon
Mr. D. P. Hano
S. W. Mehoula
Kawaihau Mixed Sexltete
Mrs. Willians and .Mrs. Kau-o
Kapaa Sunday School
Mr. M. Gwin
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. s Treasurer, Kauai County.
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