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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1)15. SNAG IN THE WAY (Continued from page 1.) The Legislature appropriated $62,000.00 for new buildings, for the County of Kauai, for the bien nial period beginning January 1, 1916.- This money will be avail able in quarterly installments, one for each six months' period of the biennial period, and the taxes col lected during each of these pe riods will furnish such quarterly BDDrnnrintinna Tn ,..-A for the six months from Januaiy I 1 to June 30. 1916, the $15,500.00 ! collected in taxes, during Mav. for the new buildings will be available. For the six months from July 1 to December 31, 1916. the $15,500.00 collected for new buildings, during November, will be available, and so forth. As you will see, it will take almost three installments to secure the money for the new building at Lihue. so that at this rate the full appropriation will not be available until sometime during the first six months of the vear 1917. The result is that your scho...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 December 1915

r THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, X9XS SUPERVISORS MEET (Continued from pape 3.) Court, 5th Circuit, for the passage and the enforcement of an Estray Ordinance was received and placed bn file. Mr. Brandt, however, in connection with this matter moved that the clerk furjiish the members of the Board with copies of the Estray Ordinance submitted to the Board sometime ago but which fail ed to pass as law and being second ed by Mr. Menefoglio was carried. Reports (P1262) on the condi tion of the school buildings, etc., were received from Anahola, Ha namaulu, Kalaheo, Kapaa, Kapa hi, Kauai High & Grammar, Ke kaha, Kilauea, Koolau. Lihue, Makaweli, Wailua, and Waitnea and were placed on file. After some explanation bv Mr. Creevey, Vocational Instructor of Kauai schools, Mr. Moragne was authorized to give the teachers' cottages of the Eleele school the necessary repairs, At 12 M the Board took a recess until 1:30 p. m AFTERNOON SESSION. The Board again met at 1:30 p. m. for the...

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

1 THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1)15. ( EARLY VOYAGERS (Continued from page 2.) ' tinct island. There was a current report lie understood, that it was possible to wade across from Nit hau to Lehua. He found of course that there was a deep though liar row channel between the two is lands. Vancouver's third and final visit to Kauai was in March, 1794, on which occasion, however, he re mained only four days. He suc ceeded this time in making the circuit of the island by way of the windward side, noting the little is land of Mokuaeae off Kilauea, the Haualei Hav, and the striking pre cipitous Napah region. Arriving in Waimea he found that renegade whites had done much to disturb primitive condi-, tions on the island by inciting the natives to acts of vandalism, such as the attempt to scuttle the Amer ican Brig "Hancock'' under cov er of darkness and the fomenting of revolution against Ithe rule of Kaeo. ' ' The . attempt to capture the "Hancock" was thwarted by a premature dis...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 7 December 1915

8 THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 7, 15 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 Postoflke 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. it Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager LUTES! WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 1) Near Baupaume two English aeroplanes were shot down and their operators killed. On the east front a Russian attack west of Babit Lake, west of Riga, broke down before German defense. A German aeroplane, hit by Russian artillery, descended near Markgraten and was rescued bv the Germans. Some Strong Language Paris That the Allies will not lay down the sword until the Teu tons are completely vanquished is the statement of Albert Thomas French, under secretary of war. He says Franc...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 14 December 1915

V ..ijr. SUOAIH Uuws. -1.80. Beets, no sulo Mkt. Steady The Garden laland Represents All Kauai. i. 4 ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 11. NO. 47. LIHUE. KAUAI. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. .DECEMBER 14, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION RATES. $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY 1 1. I ri". ' Slkuana f. I t K it GETS A YEAR FOR WIELDING KNIFE Rofino. a Filipino in the einplov of McBrvde Sugar Company, lost liis nionej- gambling last Tuesday night. The next morning he call ed ot the home of the man win had won, but found that he had gone to the fields to work. Using threatening language, he sent the wife and child to look for the man & and have him return to the house The section boss was notified, and that dignitary telephoned to Dep uty Sheriff Henry Blake. The deputy sheriff hurried from Koloa to the scene, and upon ar a rival there found Rofino rtill rov ing about the house, waittng for the other man to return. He was taken into custody, and ii was found that he had on his person a big knife, which he ev...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 14 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1913, TAYLOR AND AT Si FRANCISCO NEW HEAD FOR THE L REFORM Honolulu A 1 b e r t P. Taylor, secretary of the Hawaii Promotion Committee, who returned last week from the coast where he went to check up on tourist business to the islands, gave considerable promi nence to the Garden Island in his lectures, particularly emphasizing Kauai as one of the most attrac tive of all the islands in point of canyons, mountains and verdure The promotionist gave several lectures on the Pacific Coast from Portland to Los Angeles, his first one being given before the Royal Rosarians of Portland, as the Repa rians plan to visit the islands dur ing the coming carnival. Mr. Tavlor's set of stereopticon slidrs included a large number of views o f Kauai. The Barking Sand pictures and description thereof, created considerable merriment and after the lecture Mr. Tavlor was asked if it reallv was true that the sands made such a barking sound. The same ouestion was asked...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 14 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER. 14. 191$ 3 -9 CHRISTMAS OPENING j at Hofaaard's is now on. Entire line of Holi- o f day Goods, consisting of Norwegian Jewelry and Spoons, Japanese Ware of all Kinds, Cut Glass, Hawaiian Jewelry and Souvenir Goods. Fine Books, Stationery. Toys of all kinds. Christ mas Cards in beautiful and varied Designs. Many Other Items Too Numerous To Mention. C. B. Hofgaar Waimea, Kauai. Chamber Of Commerce A regular nit eting of the Kauai Chamber of Commerce will be held in the district court room, countv building, Li hue, at 3 o'clock Thursday afternoon. A number of deferred and routine matters will come up. - i Mr. A. R. Gurrey. well known in Honolulu, now on Kauai, has some paintings of local scenery on exhibition in his studio at Maka weli. Anyone interested in pic tures should see them. FORMS ARRIV E PASSENGERS ARRIVED The following passengers arrived on the Kinau Wednesday morning: O.W. Upon and wife, T.Brandt. C. Thurston. C. A Woode, F. J. Holton. A...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 14 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER 14, 1915, Tl THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY DECEMBER 14 CAMERAS Belt Road First Of All. Kodak Brownie Cake 0&Sfa mm PHOTOGRAPHIC i c More careful figuring shows that if money should be taken from the county's general fund in order that the proposed new Lihue school building be hastily completed, it would probably be necessary to post pone the work of finishing up the belt road,' so called, for, perhaps, a couple of years. This is a phase of the matter which was not taken into considera tion last week when the recommendations of Superintendent Kinnev were being discussed; and if the situation is as has been stated, it will doubtless be generally regretted. " -r If it should come to a "show down", however, between the new lVXihue school building (or anv ether school building, for the matter of pr that) and the proposed belt road, we say give us the belt road. Al- 0 though much in need of the ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 14 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1315. PROF. BRYAN ON IERSEA LIFE 11 Prof. V. A. Brvan, of the Col lege of Hawaii, delivered a de lightful illustrated lecture under the auspices of the Waimea Liter ary Club at t h e residence o f Mr. and Mrs. Th. Brandt Friday evening on the subject of life on the ocean floor. Nearly 200 peo ple attended. The lantern slides were projected upon a screen at an end of the lanai, the speaker having a vantage from which he could be plainly heard by all pres ent. The illustrations of under-sea life combined the fruits of scientif ic research in many parts of the world, and the Professor, in his easy way of explaining the nume rous specimens, evinced an unu sual familiarity with a subject which, to the laymen, is largely mystery. After the lecture refreshments were served, and the party broke up. The evening- was voted one of the mort interesting and in structive vet attempted b y the Club. Planters' Meeting The annual meeting of the Ha waiian suga...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 14 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND,. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 4, 1915 1NGA0RNER (Continued from page 1.) Although a foreign tongue to her, Miss Orner speak? English fluently, and is said to be eaually clever in numerous other langu ages. vMrs. VV. II. Grote will officiate as pianist for the recital in Lihue, the program being as follows: 1. Aria from Faust Gounod a Ouvrp tea yeux Minis Maswiu't b lVrceiwe (trvtclianinnw c WipgcnlitMl BruliniH (I Verju'liUclic!" Standi-hen... ISriiliiiic a The Sunt? ot Sours Moya b Wonderful Gardens of Drvamw .Funter c Little Gray Home in tlie West .Lolir d Love's Garden of Roses Wood Aria from "Carmen" Bizet a Princween - -Gtvijr b Mot Kveld GronduM c God Xat.! Ijis.-ien d Trmelin Rose l?errer e VagKvia... SoderWrn f Nar jafi blef 17 ar (Swedish ..Folk- song 2. National Guard Changes On account of stress of business duties, August Kruse, appointed second lieutenant of the National Guard and assigned to Company F (Waimea) has felt obliged to withdraw, Frank Cox, of VVafmea,...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 14 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 1915. 7 Kauai and the By. M. (Continued from last issue.) Crossing over to Niihau Brought on found considerable difficulty in securing provisions, the natives being insistent in their demand for powder which Broughton as stead ily refused. Finally, however, he secured a fair supply of yams, po tatoes, water-melons and pump kins. His departure from Niihau was somewhat precipitated by a kona storm with a heavy tea. Returning from the north west coast a few months later he again visited Kealakekua arid endeavor cd to get a supply of water, but found that it must all be brought in calabashes a distance of 4 or 5 miles, and paid for at the rate of 100 nails a barrel. This seem ed to him too expensive so he moved on to Waimea, Kauai. Here the natives demanded powder for water, until Broughton silenced their demands by a show of forct. By this time the Keawe forces had been victorious over those of Kaumualii so that the island was completely given o...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 14 December 1915

ifr WW i' w 1 wit , i n,'jig GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 14, 19A5 8 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 Postoffice 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 en LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 1) Monday, December 13 Sugar, 4.89, Ancona Affair Serious Washington Washington declares that the sinking of the steam er Anconn by an Austrian submarine in the Mediterranean was in human, barbarous and wanton slaughter of helpless men, women and children, and demands that Vienna make full reparation. The United States istoday on the brink of a serious break with Austria-Hungarv. Vienna has not yet replied to the peremptory note handed the Austrian for...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 21 December 1915

SUGAR'. Huw3, 4.89. Boots, no sale Mkt. Strong The Garden Island Represents, All Kauai. ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 11. NO. 48. LIHUE. KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY it .V. i 1 MERRY CHRISTMAS! pit Is and boys, Here's Old Santa with his toys; Gifts for all his packs contain Merry Christinas, once again. E ON STEAMER HALL More than $700 worth of high grade opium was seized by Marshal Smiddy aboard the Inter Island Steam Navigation Company's steamer W. G. Hall yesterday a few minutes before thnt jacket left for Kauai ports. A number of arrests are expected but the marshal would not give out any names yesterday. Acting on a tip received earlier in the day Marshal Smiddy made his way to the pier where the Hall was docked. He looked as if he was going on a short voyage and several iriends shook hands with the official and bade him a good trip. A quarter of an hour before sailing time the official boarded the steamer. ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 21 December 1915

2 THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. DECEMBER 21, 1913, CHAMBER OF COMMERCE '(Continued from pace 1.) vention had been taken very ill be fore completing his work and had since died, so that the committee had experienced a great deal of difficulty and labor in assembling all the papers and data for print ing. Mr. E. A. Creevey, of Eleele. was elected to membership, The matter of -the resolutions offered by Mr. Brandt at the last meeting, seeking the endorsement by the Chamber of a proposal to provide night educational and ath letic advantages to the outh of the island above the school age, was again taken up. Mr. Isenberg gave it as his opinion that as there were just now the National Guard and a number of other things to be pro vided for it would be difficult to finance and care for institutions ' of the kind proposed, despite the fact that they were very much to be desired. Mr. Lydgate stated that Mr. Brandt, who was not present, had changed his plan somewhat and was now working on a diffe...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 21 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1913 I I I i ORDINANCE NO. 7. RELATING TO ESTRAYS ON BELT ROAD AND PUBLIC GROUNDS. The Board of Supervisor? of the County of Knuni do ordain as fol low? : DEFINITION. "Belt Road" nhall include the mainroad encircling the island of Kauai, from its commencement in Waimea district on the West and proceeding towards tlm South and East to its termination in Hanalei District on the North; PROVIDED, however, that this Ordinance shall apply only to that portion of the Belt Road starting with the end of the Macadam at Waiawn, District of Waimea and terminating at the further end of the bridge crossing the Anahola Stream at Anahola, District of Kawaihau. "Public (rounds" shall be all such grounds as are under the con trol and supervision of the County of Kauai, either by purchase, gift or otherwise, for the use and benefit of the public. "Estrays shall mean any horse, mule, ass, hog, sheep, goat or cattle, found at largo, and not upon the land of the ow...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 21 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1315. Is decision recently Justice Oliver Wendell Holmes of the United States Supreme Court, used the expression: "The defendant kicked against this,' and purists of the country straight-awav object ed on the ground that the eminent jurist had employed slang. We mention the matter here by way of caution to our learned judges of Kauai. Of course vc do not know that any of them are given to the use of such awful sl.uig as Justice Holmes interpolated fn his opinion, and take it for granted that thev are not; but it might be well for them to keep on their guard. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning I Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY DECEMBER' The Christmas Season. w The Christmas season is with us again, and next Saturday will be the "day of days" with the little folk. , But why the little folk alone? Although Christmas is essentially a ; children's festival, and its principal charm is in making them happy. ' there is really a grea...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 21 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915, Miss Orner At Waimea (Continued from pae 1.) cd cocoahut loaves nnd date leaves and the stape looked like the top of a fern bank. Miss Orner said herstlf that she had never suns on such a stage in all her life; the decoration of natural plants and flowers, struck her artistic soul as the most beautiful setting for her concert. She had sung on hun dreds of Platforms and stages, but never anything like this. She said, "It is most beautiful." Mis3 Orner had through her know themselves if it be worth applause. 1 saw sutmbudy that I consider an authority on pong clap vigorously so I clapped, but really I do not know if it was anything grand. I know Miss Orner show ed u wonderful technigue going uo and down the scale, and cross wise diagonally of the scale cut ting out a piece of the scale in the middle or any where else and join ing it to the too or the bottom, etc. It was in some foreign lan guage so I do not know what she was saying.) Secon...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 21 December 1915

0 i V THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 2, t9l5 10110 WORK OF BR01 0 GURRY kM'.J .1 1 . : .1,. T J UUCI HIV lUUtC HUV, ill I us Al hue church service on Sunday. Mr. Lydgate Rave a graphic and im pressive account of the evangelistic meetings which have been in pro gress in Honolulu recently, which have resulted in large numbers taking a stand for a higher life and better things. With sympathetic enthusiasm, and much leeling. he outlined the message and described the work ot these eminently successful Evan gelists, emphasizing the exceeding sanity of their appeal, and the temperance of their methods. It was convincing because it was right, and there was no escape from it. Special facilities were given him to accompany the Evangelists in their different appointments about the city and outlving country, so that he made their more or less in timate acquaintsnce which awak ened a great peisonal regard for them. Mr. Lydgate says he has everv assurance that they will return to the Island...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 21 December 1915

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915. SUPERVISORS MEET (Continued from page 1.) A few demandit irere received by the Board and after examination they were approved to be paid out of the following appropriations, viz: Coroners Inquest $ 30.50 Expenses of Witnesses 45.00 Incidentals: Attorney Auditor Clerk Sheriff Supervisors 1.50 5.85 6.05 25.00 .50 38.90 3.50 71.56 48,43 518.00 Preservation and Insp, of Game Birds , SCHOOLS: Furniture and Fixtures Rep. sch. Houses and Tchrs' Cottages Support of Prisoners ROADS: Koloa: ' Oiling Roads Roads & Bridges 1.25 20.00 21.25 485.62 Hanalei: Macadamizing: Kilauea Total 1,262.76 jlA requisition (P 1266) for a fta.her'f desk for the Haenaschool, upon the motion of Mr, Menefog lio, duly seconded, was granted. - Mr. McBryde moved that the contract ( P 1 264) between the Ter ritory of Hawaii and the Coumtv of Kauai for the construction of 2790 teet of road at the Lawai homesteads and assigned by the parties thereto be not delivered unt...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 21 December 1915

'"V ' ''WWII1 "7ft,vrW'- ' r r, fffY "7 SKEfflHR THE GARDEN ISLANJ), TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 19A5 ' ' ,rr, I VU" A U iUlw IIUltf) wfcrww. v w THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Eatered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year, $2.50 Six Months, - 1'50 Three Months, i-00 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager LITEST W (Continued from page 1) Munition Workers Wanted Munition plants are short ol forces. Lloyd Gcorgn asks unions to help manufactories and show their patriotism. Reports from Unitarian capita say that Austro-Germnns may en ter Greece in pursuit of Serbs and Franco-British forces. Armenian Horrors Continue Paris- Armenian horrors are yetting worse. It is learned here that most young men and hoys have been killed in the streets. Women and girls were taken in a ship which foundered, most of the passen gers being d...

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