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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 23 November 1915

ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 11. NO. 44. LIHUE, KAUAI. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER Cf PV 9 If ( fell' CHINESE GS HIMSELF Shu Four, a Chinese cook, of Kapaia, was found last night, at about six o'clock suspended by the neck from a'beam in a shack to the rear of the Ihara restaurant, where he had hanged himself. He was last seen alive, at about three o'clock in the kitchen of the restaurant where he was prepar ing some pastry. His employer missed him abaut two hours later, when a search was instituted, re sulting in the finding of the dead body. Shu Fong had been on Kauai for over twenty years, and had worked at the Ihara srestaurant for three years. Despondency is thought to have been the cause of the man's suici dal act. An inquest will be held today. Honolulu One of the largest shipments of arms, ammunition and equipment to leave Honolulu in recent months will be forwarded to Kauai within a short time for" use by the memb...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 23 November 1915

2 THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. NOVEMBER 23, 1915, SIXTH EVENINGQF BOWLING CONTEST Three games were played on tlie sixth evening of the present bowlinR tournament at the Liluie alleys. The scores made in the three games and the present standing of the competitors are as following: C'as 1 Game 2 Game 3 Gams Tola! Prey. Total Grand Total Winners in 1 Ronnd 170 C. Maser - 2437 2437 Winner H. Wolters - 2105 2105 155 A W. KuMmann 173 182 170 525 1588 2113 Winner O. lVneser 175 150 139 464 1404 1868 A. Siebtl 167 155 214 536 1509 2045 H. Kohrig - 787 787 155 B F. Mahn - - - - 1829 1829 G. F. Winter - 1900 1900 Winner 140 E. Mahn - 1861 1861 Winner C. S. Dole 92 132 123 347 1165 1513 W. H. Rice. Jr. 154 136 124 414 1357 1771 110A H. C. Sheldon - 1466 1466 Winner C. W. Grote - 1005 1005 hob WML Grote 162 129 199 410 1207 1617 Winner ?- k. -f f K , mi, A dividend of fiftv cents a siiare The following arrived by the W. will be paid by McBryde SuRar Company on December 10. This will be the second...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 23 November 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23. 1915 Veranda Pumps "As easy as an old shoe These Pumps are made of white canvas with white rubber soles and heels. Deservedly popular as an outing shoe. Only $2.00. Manufacturers Shoe Store 1051 Fort St. Honolulu Do Your Own Vulcanizing Save the money vulcanizing usually costs by doing the work yourself with the Westinghouse Vulcanizer With this outfit you can make repairs the day the trouble happens. Thus you save your tires; you save money; you save time. Vulcanizer works from any lamp socket. The 1 5 -step rhoostat enables accurate ad justment of temperature, a very important factor. Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd. HONOLULU. National Guard Orders By the following orders it will be seen that the Third Regiment, N. G. H., of which the Kauai companies form a part, is now or ganized, with Major D. C. Lind say, of Maui, in command. The Lihue, Kealia and Kalaheo com panies form the first battalion of i the regiment. The Makaweh and Waimea companies f...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 23 November 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915,j THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY NOVEMBER 23 The Need Of Armories The organization of a battalion of the National Guard on this is land means that at least four armories must be ptovided one each at Kealia, Lihue, Homestead or Kleele and Makaweli; while the cost of lights and other expenses will have to be met at Waimea. Ii is here that the plantations should, and will be expected to, come in. More than 400 voting men of the island have volunteered their time and services in this important cause. The principal prop erty and interests to be safeguarded and benefitted are those of the pluntations. and this inconsiderable item is all that the guardsmen will ask of large property holders for the protection which the island will receive from the organization. . These armories should be large enough for the storing of guns and equipment, meetings of companies and eacli should have a hall for...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 23 November 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1315. 5 Uniforms Coming (Continued from page 1.) The following estimate of what the shipment will contain wai given out at Natianal Guard head quarter today: U. S. model Springfield rifles, 30 calibre, 540; bayonets and scab bards. 540; complete uniforms, khaki type, includ!ng blouses, breeches and leggins. 540; cam paign hats and blue cords. 540; olive drab skirts, 540; ofive drab blanket, 540; cartridge belts. 540; haversacks. 540; haversack slings, 540; canteens, 540. There is also included in the list a complete layout of meat cans, knives, forks, spoons and tin cup9 for 540 men, 540 shelter tents, witn the accom panying poles and pegs; 540 first-fSan Francisco aid packets and a quantity of guard literature and books relat ing to military tactics. About 13,400 rounds of am munition, making 2400 rounds to each of the six companies, will comprise the initial shipment of shells. It is interesting to note in this connection that the new type ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 23 November 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915 STUART S MANDAMUS The Maui News is not in sym pathy with JnilKc Stuart's efforts to draw public lamls ptomiscuous ly upon the market, and says so. Its views, expressed cilitoihlly as follows, arc quite interesting: Judge Stuart, in liis suit nuainst the Governor and the commission er of public 1 indfi, is no doubt playing a politicrd role in the hope of making the public land question of Hawaii a live issue. His peti tion for a writ of mandamus has a very familiar sound. In fact vari ous passages tuiiht well have been taken bodily from some of Link McCandless, campaign speeches. That some other motive was in the Judge's mind than that of impress ing a Hawaiian court is very evi dent; else he would not dwell up on the fact that the territory has 1,631,813.77 acres of land, when he knows, as does every one else in Hawaii that but a very small fraction of this area is of any value whatever from an agricultural standpoint. Nor would he expat...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 23 November 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1)15. Kauai and the By J. M. (Continued from last issue.) A floating fotest. a great double thev were seen and understood. canoe, the heiau of Lono with steps going up to the altar the ' shrouds, etc. A nearer acquain tance filled them with jov as they saw the large quantity of iron all about at every turn. They won dered at the men with white fore heads, shining eyes; wrinkled skin, square covered heads, fire in their mouths and unfamiliar speech. When one of the more aggres sive chiefs, in spite of the restrain ing influence of the kahuna or priest, ventured to lay on tempt ing iron implements on deck, and began to throw them down into his canoe, he was shot on the spot. The crowd thereupon scampered to their canoes in terror, and re ported how the fire streamed out of the gun like water squirted out of a bamboo, whence their phrase for gun-fire "wai-ki poha," water bursting forth. They were very much impressed by the unique manner in which...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 23 November 1915

7 "M! THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 19A5 ;:. . t ! h ii THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the Postoflicc at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year, $2.50 Six Months, 1.50 Three Months, 1.00 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. C. HOPPER, Business Manager LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 1) Admiral Boggs Dead Paris Admiral Boggs, U. S. N., died here today. Obregon Scores Yiclory Naco From across the border comes news that Obregon captured Cananea from Villa forces yesterday. Trains are again running. Offensive Movement Dardanelles Rotterdam Cologne Gazette reports a great offensive movement has been begun by the Allies at the Dardanelles. Small Steamers Sunk London Two small British steamers, the Hallamshire and the Merganser, were sunk in the war...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 30 November 1915

1 " ''; ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 11. NO. 45. LUIUE. KAUAI. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENT5 PER COPY 4 w sr -it- s I it V ELEELE STIRRED BY ASSAULT CASE According to the police, a Chi nese school girl named Ah Sin Leong, aged slightly less than 14, was criminally assaulted on the side road a few hundred yards Wahiawa of the manager's resi dence, McBryde plantation, Inst Thursday afternoon. The assailant, it is alleged, was ' a young Hawaiian named Andrew Halalu, aged 23, a resident of Hanapepe. Early the following morning, before the police had learned of the crime, Halalu sailed as a seaman in the- ship Kohala from Port Allen for Everitt, Wash ington. An effort was made to overhaul the vessel at sea, by means, of a steam jaurich, but without success. The matter was forthwith hud before the Attorney-General a t Honolulu and it is quite probable that either Sheriff Rice or Deputy Sheriff Crowell will ledve here to night lor the S...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 30 November 1915

2 THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1915, TRUANTJAUSES (Continued from page 1.) because of an inadequate Kauai police, this Court sent a letter ask ing John Anderson, Honolulu Pro bation Officer, to meet the Steamer Kinau the following Sunday morn ing and get a bov sentenced to the Hoy's Industrial School. Later I, myself, decided to take the same steamer. Anderson did not meet the steamer so I took the boy to the receiving station asking the clerk to telephone Anderson that the boy was there. Tuesday morn ing before returning to Kauai I discovered that Anderson had done nothing though he had visited the receiving station. Not wishing the boy to remain there an indefinite time I put him cn his honor to go to the school by himself. A few weeks later D. Wm. Dean, clerk and probation officer of this court while in Honolulu learned that the boy was still at large, and that Anderson knew where he was, but had not taken him to the Indus trial School. Dean had no time then to attend ...

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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 30 November 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. IMS Papers Filed Enjoying Work V t MH DOUGHERTY. Memorandum pack ages of Christmas Mer chandise cheerfully sent on request. Christmas and New Year Greeting Cards in varied assortments. Ou Club Dance The following self-explanatory cards have been issued to members of the Ou Club, Lihue. "The Ou Club will give h dance at Lihue Social Hall Saturday, Dec. 11, at 8 p. m. You are privi leged to invite friends. Kindly send Hie names o f friends you wish to invite to the. secretary as soon as possible." Road Supervisor J. H. Moragne returned Wednesday morning from a tour of nearly three months in the Coast States. The following papers have been fiie! at the Bureau of Conveyances in Honolulu: DEEDS MADELINE S RITA & USli to August Sotiza; int in L P. 5673, Kalaheo, Kona, Kauai. Nov. 22, 1915. $700. WILLIAM K.KAHILIKOLO to W. Hyde Rice; int in R.P. 6369 Kul 10.940. rents, etc. Haena. Im chandise cheerfully sent m Ml . on request. ' ffl i''r-r 2S 111...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 30 November 1915

v THE OARpEN ISLAND TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1915, THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY NOVEMBER 30 Less "They"More "We." An esteemed contemporary, commenting upon the use of the word "we" in connection with public matters, says that in rural com munities "we" is still used, but that in cities "we"has betn changed, in a large measure, to "they". At first blush this may appear a a trivial matter, but it is really one of considerable, and increasing, importance, Our government, from the President and Congress down to pound master in the rural precincts, is supposed to be one of the people. And it is really so if the people will have it so, for there is nothing faulty about its superstructure. In tlie old days, it is remarked, in speaking of public matters it was always "we,'. "We" built this highway or "our" county building; "we" did this, that and the other; whereas, as time has come on or communities have grown less rural, it has be come ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 30 November 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1915. v ( Supervisors Tomorrow The regular ineetinjf of the Board of Supervisors will he held tomorrow. It is presumed that all members will be present, Wests Heard From Dr. and Mrs. Thomas J. West and children, recently of Makawe li, who have been travelling, have come out to California and will spend the winter at Pasadena. DIED MITCHELL In Honolulu, November 20th, 1915. James Mit chell, of Queen and Ward streets, single, laborer, a native of Kauai. 60 years old. iii G. P. Wilcox, of Kealia, has re turned from the San Francisco fair. Mokihana Club A meetiiiK of the Mokihana Club will be held at Lihue Social Hall at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon, the hostesses being Mrs. Lsenberg and Mrs. Deinert, with Miss Lawrence as leader. The subject will b e "Reading For Children." Miss Margery and Miss Cather ine Wood have been spending a few days, including Thanksgiving, with Mrs, Lydgate. Captain and Mrs. Geo. B Lea vitt, of Port Allen, returned in the Ki...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 30 November 1915

6 THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1915 THE ENEMIES OE DOMESTIC U T W K The following self-explantatory letter has been received from the Washington office of the American Cane Growers Association: Washington. October 27, 1915. Editor Garden Island, Lihue, Hawaii. Dear Sir: The New York Journal of Com merce of October 20th reproduces a letter from Frank C. Lowry, of the Federal Sugar Refining Co., to President Wilson, i n which he urges a consumption or produc tion tax upon domestic sugar. '1 am enclosing a copy herewith. The Lowry letter is' regarded here as intended to feelU out the sentiment i n Congress towards such a radical innovation in our fiscal system as an internal tax on sugar, rather than as indicating the terms rcallv favored by the. re finers. Since early Summer the New York sugar clique has been work ing on an amendment to the sugar schedule of the Underwood Law with a view of offering it as a re lief measure for an empty Treasu ry. The importing and refining...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 30 November 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1315. Kauai and the Early Voyagers B'jJ. M. Lydgaie. (Continued from last issue.) generous gif Kaiana hearing that Kauai was in a state of turmoil with his ene mies in the ascendent, begged to be landed on Hawaii where his knowledge of the world and jgraded. his store of foreign goods would. Shortly after their arrival Van commend him to the service of , couver was verv much nernlexed couver relieved by of clothing, tools, seeds, writing material, etc, Coleman in parti cular s described as much de- Kamehameha. Meares recognized the wisdom of this plan and ac cordingly he and his goods were landed at Kealakekua. and Meares promised to bring his wife and brother from Kauai, which he did somewhat later by Capt. Douglas of the "Iphegenia." Arriving finally at Waimea, Kau ai, they found that Kaeo was growing old and had fallen com pletely under the influence of Api nui. who was the deadly foe of Kaiana. Judging naturally that Meares was a partisan...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 30 November 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 30. 1015 THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the PostofEce at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year, ..$2.50 Six Months, - 1.50 Three Months, 1.00 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 1) Americans And Others Killed Basle A number of Americans and other foreigners have been killed by Turks. Lull In Gallipoli London There arc no big actions taking place in Gallipoli. Con stantinople claims a victorv for Mussulmen. Consul To Answer Charges New York Consul Goflney lately at Munich and recently recalled is en route to Washington to answer definite charges. Japan Against China's Entry Tokio Japanese public opinion, as expressed among publicists, is against Celestia...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 December 1915

SUGAlt Raws, 5.38. Beets, no sals Mkt. Strong. The Garden Island Represents All Knunl. ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 11. NO. 46. LIHUE. KAUAI. TERRITORY OF HAWAH.TTUESDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY 11 1 112 m.m mshr animal mi t. . ft ' f .1 BOY FALLS INTO A A Japanese named Izuo, aged about 18, fell into a revolving cen trifugal at McBryde Sugar Com pany's mill Saturdav evening and esoaped death by the narrowest imaginable margin. When rescued he was uncon cious, one of his legs was broken and an arm badly injured. Plas tered with molasses and sugar beyond- recognition, he was a sorry looking sight when literally fished out of the machinery. The boy was small, light and athletic or he could never have K escaped at all; and the centrifugal was unusually large, which was in his favor. About forty revolutions were made after the boy fell into the container. Dr. Waterhouse took charge of the case at once and the patient is doing as well as can be expe...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1915, I " 1 MX jr id Kauai and the Early Voyagers By . M. Lydgale. 9 Suggestive Gifts j ( Cont i mied from lust issue.) J f ill 11 1 - r 0 ! nr. w M ll I V. 4 5 . - III I I I 1 r ll .15 3? a 4 -W. I rn j yi Recognizing that liis days wete 'the part of the navintors. She f 4 IvWD.sjN numbered Vancouver gave an easv assent to take effect at some future time when he had finished his ex plorations on the north west coast. Kauimiiilii also came aboard, verv much pleased with the renewal of the acquaintance and the honor done him of visiting VVailua. He was verv much improved over the year before, much less shv and awkward, much more confident of himself. When nightfall came and they were far to the leeward of Wailua, Kaumualii. with some anxiety begged to go sshcre. Van couver then squared away for Wai mea, routtd the west side of Hie island taking with him Pulu and Ku two minor chiefs or Konohikis to assist in securing the necessary supplies at Wai...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7. 1915 j i I MIL S' DDK Memorandum pack ages of Christmas Mer chandise cheerfully sent on request. Christmas and New Year Greeting Cards in varied assortments. VALUE-QUALITY-VARIETY Simply Awful! Kapaa, Kauni, T. H. December 1, 1915. To Thk Garden Island Pub usher, Sir: - We greatly take a piece of your Garden Island Publisher to publish these few words: We the spectators who always go and watch the game every Sun day of the J. B. B. L. was so in doubt that such players of a team or team's can plav and allowed in the league without uniforms. We are very much surprise how they are allowed and join their teams in the J, B. B. L. without uniforms. In such manner we can say that those team or teams are quite poor, yet to dig themselves to plav without uniforms, and it is quite better to stop those team in playing in the J. B. B L. without uniforms. We remain, (St.) Spectators of the district of Kawaihau, Kapaa, Kauai, T. II. Vuj Haas's Delicious Cand...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER 7, 1915, THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY DECEMBER 7 For The New Lihue School The plan for the new Lihue school is caught in the same box which delayed the construction of the building at Waimea, and unless something is done locally to extricate it from its predicament, the much-needed improvement may be heljl up for a long time to come. The item of $40,000 for this building is included in an appropriation of $ 62,000 for buildings throughout the Territory, of which amount only $15,000 will become available at the end ot each period of six months, beginning with next year. It will thus be two years before the last of the $40,000 requited for the local building will be available. Superintendent Kinney has suggested that the county of Kauai advance such part of this money as may be necessary from its geneial fund in order that work on the Lihue building may proceed, and we are inclined to heartily ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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