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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 January 1916

r THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1916. The commission at Honolulu decided, in effect, that tlie wreck of tha bark Ivanhoe at Tort Allen wan an act ol God. That may be but we doubt that God sent a lot of men and n cargo to sea in a bundle of junk. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor DELINQUENT TAX LIST FOR 1915 - FOURTH TAXATION DIVISION, COUNTY OF KAUAI, ISLANDS OF KAUAI AND NIIHAU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY JANUARY 18 Another Argument For Harbor One fine American vessel beached, a British bark escaping as by n miracle and one man seriously injured is the toll of Sunday's kona which may be charged up directly to the lack of ,a suitable and safe harbor at this island. Had there been a safe haven within reach the two vessels would have been harbored there when the barometer first showed signs of storm. But there was no better place than Port Allen, so they stopped there and made the best of it. Three weeks before, to the day, the ba...

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. — 18 January 1916

TUB GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. JANUARY 18, 1916 KAMEHAMEHA WOULD 10 APPEAR AT FETE LEAVE COMMITTEE Honolulu Kamehamelia t li e Great will float i n fiery robes across the harbor of Honolulu on the closing night of the 1916 Mid I acific Carnival, "which will be held from February 21 tcK26. The Carnival water pngent is native to the islands; no other Carnival has an event just like it. Outrigger canoes, manned with Hawaiian singers and strung with fairy lan terns, illuminated Japanese sam pans, barges, pulling boats and decorated floats will helt) to make it a picture never to be forgotten. This year there will be a pro fusion of fireworks to add to the beauty of th spectacle. The divi sion of pyrotechnics has bought the steam fireworks apparatus used at. the Panama-Pacific expo sition in connection with batteries of searchlights and the display of giant rockets, bombs, stars and scintillatois will be put on by the same company t,hat won so much praise at the San Francisco fair. CONDEMNAT...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 January 1916

V THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1916 lists Of Jurors (Continued from page 1.) John do Canilira Jervis Homostcnd lliilei Knni William Kruse Makaweli Kleele Andrew K. Keoiki Wainica 1). Lyon Kleele .1. J. Marques Homestead Alex. M. McBryde do II. P. Moler do J. C. Mount do Theo. Pncheeo Hanapcpe l'hilip K. I'alama 1 Iotnestead (J. Pillar Kleele Pick Roder do K. Roendahl do II. 11. Sniytho do Cooper do ('. Dillingham do Antone M. Souza Koalia Joe M. Soma Eleelle F. (i. L. Zoller do lh vmaii Brandt Koloa Herman Bitsch do (iustav llackharth do Fred llackharth do lleiuicli L. Kuhluian do Tail Undcnian do V. ('. Iteiehelt do E. Keyher do P. A. Romano do II, X. Titnniertnan do Richard H. Whittington Makaweli E. II. Broadbent Lihue ('. S. Christian do A. (lamlall do V. II. (irote do Hairy lloe do K. t Hopper do A. Klussman do J. M. Lydgnte do ('. II. Wilcox h Viin Tim do E. M. Cheatham Koalia .1. I J. Cummings do J. R. Fcarthorstoiu' do X. llunlley do I. K. Kaauwai do L. J. Mundon ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 January 1916

THB GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1916, PROSPER WRECKED (Continued from" page 1.) succeeded in Retting it onto one of the port buoys, but that soon Rave way. Shortly afterward the schoon er lost her second anchor, which set her adrift in the tremendous swell. At this juncture the bark British Yeoman sent out a boat, with six men and a hawser, in a biave at tempt to get the line on the drift ing. Prosper. When only a few yards from the bark, the boat was overturned and swamped. One man was picked up by a rope thrown from the British Yeoman, but the others were swept toward the Tort Alien breadwater. All almost miraculously landed safely except one poor fellow who was badly cut on the arm and about the shoulders as a result of being hurled upon the rocks. The Drifting Proper When the Prosper lost nil of her ged up a barrel and rope and set the former adrift. It came near enouRh to the distressed vessel to be picked up, and the rope was made fast. On it a strong ca'ole was sent as...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 18 January 1916

V 1 THE GARDEN JSLANJD, TUESDAY, JANUARY 18. 19-16 THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper'lssucd 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 LATEST WIRELESS NEWS important feature indicates that the (Continued from page 1) Russian Advance Important London The advance of the Russians is the in today's war news. Report from the Caucasus Czar's troops are developing a crisis. Bad California Weather Los Angeles Floods are sweeping over the coast of southern California. Property valued at hundreds of thousands of dollars has been destroyed. Oil fields suffer tremendous losses. Derricks and houses blown down. Cold weather over entire country. Monday Afternoon ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 January 1916

ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 4. LIHUE, KAUAI. TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY INSPECTION OF SHOWS STRENGTH OF 100 Companies In Formative State Seem to Satisfy Inspecting Officers, Who Return to Hono lulu Tonight Events Closed With Banquet In Uhue Last Night at Which Armories were Assured. The tour of Kauai by Brigadier ' General Samuel I. Johnson and Colonel C. S. Lincoln, N. G. H., will come to a close at 5 o'clock this afternoon when both officers will depart in the steamer Maui for Honolulu. The visit of the officers was for the purpose of officially inspecting the newlv organized companies of the National Guard, a work which was fully accomplished; and the officers are leaving feeling satisfied that the local situation is in satis factory shape. The last notable function i n connection with the tour was the banquet given Jbv the officers of the Knuai battalion to the visiting officers at the Hotel Fail view las...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 January 1916

, THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1916. STATEMENT OF RECEIPTS 8 DISBURSEMENTS OF GENERAL in nrnnqAi rT pimDn lwmt r in a nnrn m nr Li ru U U OrLUHL uc- ifirnuvun POSITS ROADS, COUNTY OF KAUAI, FROM JAN. 18TH TO JAN. 18 TH 1916. 1915 RKCKIPTS: Treas. Terr, of Hawaii f 104.787.41 l'erman. Improv't Fund 49,345.05 Licenses 20,660.87 Collect. Water Works 4,797.06 Fines & Costs 7.565.76 Sundry Collection 4,309.95 Treasury Realizations 1,206.34 192,672.43 Road Tax Special Deposit 27.874.10 Net Cash Hal. Treas. Jan 18th 1915 Net Cash Hal. Road Tax, Jan. 18th 1915 Revenue Stamps 220.546.53 9,496.39 74.06 200.00 t 230.316 98 DISBURSEMENTS: Current Expenses $ 17,285.31 Police Department 22.389.14 Courts Jails 23,268.45 Sundry Expenses 930.30 Road Department 124,733.04 Water Works 4,628.02 Hospitals 3,900.00 Schools . 3.211.74 County Building 1,243.72 Treas. Realizations 208.05 Interest & Sink'g Fund 10.310.87 Net Cash Dal. Treas. Jan. 18th 1916 Net Cash Bal. Road Tax. Ian. 18th...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 January 1916

I f THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESJDAY. JANUARY 25. 1916 Al (By J. M. LyJgate.) Fisherman and others feniiliar with the little haven of Nualolo on the Napali coast with be interest ed in-the following account writ ten nearly one Hundred years ago by Hiram Binhanir following a visit to the spot. Auk. 2, 1821. "It would seem that some hun dreds of natives live in, this for bidding part of the Island'.'- the Napali Se2tion-"subsisting doubt less chiefly on fish. They -pass from one neighborhood to another in canoes. Here about halfway of what the natives 'call the Pali' we landed where on acre or two of sterile ground, bounded on one side' by the ocean, and environed on the other by a stupendous cliff, nearly perpendicular, forming at its base a semicircular curve, which meets the ocean at each end. In the middle of the curve, a stu pendous rock rises to the height, I should say, of about 1500 ft. Near one end of the curve the rock projects 50 ft from its base, and is here about 300 ft high. S...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 January 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JANUARY 25,-1916. It js understood that the official report of the proceedings ot the last Civic Convention, when stietched out, will make only about a hundred pages of a booklet or verv little more than that. We con fess some pleasute in this news, for the effort in the past to make a 51 THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning hie booklet of Civic Convention proceedings, which no one has either Luther Dermont Timmona Editor the time or disposition to read, has never appealed to us. If the Ka uai committee has succeeded in condensing the meat of the recent convention and putting the same into small compass, as we understand TUESDAY JANUARY 25 it has, it has set a desirable pace, and is to be complimented. Tre Per Lie Col Fin Sut Tr Ro Ne Ne Re D PI The Kingdom Of Montenegro Montenegro, the little kingdom at the edge of the Balkans which is the latest country to bt definitely swept into the whirlpool of Euro pean carnage, contains fewer miles of ter...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 January 1916

THE GARDEN ISkAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1916, 5 The Captain s Log (Continued from page 1 . ) ter line and let vessel lie head to wind and sea. 11.00 a. tn. wind and sea increasing, carried Pott Quarter line t o Starboard bow, hove taut and slacked away all cable o n Starboard anchor and tome on Port cable, giving both sides equal strain, also buoy line. About 2:00 p. m., current from Hanapepe river carried stern to Eastward, putting vessel on an angle of about . 30 to wind and ua, now breaking heavily from well outside of us, having four fathoms of water under stern. About 3.30 p.m. Starboard cable parted at hawse-pipe; slacked out all chain on Port anchor steadily; also bttov mooring keeping about equal straili on each sea breaking heavily over the bow and along the waist, flooding decks; at times coming like a solid wall, hitting the Port bew heavily and vessel rolling heavily. About 4;00 p. m. Port Cable parted at the hawse-pipe' and in a few minutes buoy moorings part ed. Same ti...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 January 1916

... : THE GAR-DEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1916. - HAWAII AFK II IN UNGTOfl HAWAII'S GIFI 10 (Special li'aStncl'n tnrte'potiJenit of Till: CAHDEN ISLAM) Washington, 1). C, Jan. 5. Snpeiintendtiit Clin. R. !'orlcs tn lav appeared l'cfore the Ilouf Committee n Territories and pre sented arKiuucnts in favor of the hill introduced by Delegate Kalani anaole providing fur the ratifica tion of the act of the Territory of Hawaii extending the uc of the power of eminent domain to public utilities companies. Senator Warren has introduced hills in the Senate to ratify the act of the Hawaiian Legislature amending tbe franchise held bv the Honolulu (ias Company, Lim ited, by extending it to include all of the islan 1 of Oahu. and amending the franchise of the Ha waiian Elcctiic Company .Limited, for the same purpose. The candidacy of Senator Coke for appointment as Uniied States Attorney for Haw lii is 1 ei ii? push ed by a large number of his friends iu the Senate and House and it is believ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 January 1916

0 THE GARDEN ISLAND' TUESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1916, THE LATEST WAR PICTURES W ?f ' J; ilk vL n J i 1 I. 'ROTTER. COLONEL HOUSE SAILS ON MISSION FOR PRESIDENT WILSON ABOARD S. S. DAM," LEAVING NEW YORK DEC. 28. Colonel Edward Mandell House (cent) on board the S. S. "Rotterdam" on which vessel ht sailed for a visit of six weeks or two months in London, Paris and Berlin. He goes as the representative of Presi dent Wilson, and as such be will visit both the American Embassies in these cities and the statesmen at the head of affairs in all three nations. Colonel House's mission, according to those who know, is to pave the war for a better and closer understanding b 'tween the Enropean nations and this country to the end that misapprehension of our attitude and views and actions may be measurably avoided in future. From left to right: Dudley Field Malone, Col. E. M. House, Dr, Carv T. Grayson the personal physician to President Wilson. In rear, left to right: C. N. Carver, secretary to Col. H...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 25 January 1916

- r i THE GARDEN E5LAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY-25. 19A6 v? fTHE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. ' Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the Postofficc 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 Digging Train From Snow Seattle Two hundred men are employed digging out a portion of n train on the Great Northern that is covered with snow. Airships Attack England . London Tlie eastern coast of Kent wa's'-'aUacked by airmen last night, one man being killed and six injttiVd.. ;'.,, British Expedition Checked'0 (! Another British mishp a occurred in.'" the Mesopotamia theater of niillion dollars. war. Oeneral Aylnier s attempt to relieve . Anglo'-biench torces at Kut-Kl-IIara failed. A...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 1 February 1916

Miss Elsie Wilcox. ' , 'iMtSJi SUOAH: Raws, 4.7G'i. Beets, no sale Mkt. Steady. TliB Garden Island Represents AI1 Kauai. B ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 12. NO. 5. LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER vCOFY m I lr .3-v v .1. Imi 11 ,a rca is I P. Hi rf ) I III TEACHERS PROVES RECORD The Teachers' Convention con cluded Friday evening in a highly interesting, assorted program, the leading features of which were the set addresses by James A. Wilder on the Boys Scout movement and by Professor Dean, of the College of Hawaii, on "Science and Educa tion," These will be treated at greater length in the next issue of this paper. There were excellent musical features. After all was over the hall was cleared and danc ing began, lasting to a late hour. The annual meeting of the Kau ai Teachers Association held Fri day, the twenty eighth, in Lihue is generally conceded to have been the most successful in the history of that organiza...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 1 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1316. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY FEBRUARY 1 Foe k teen ykaks after his "free silver" campaign, William Jen i nings Bryan aduiittted Hint lie wns wtong. Font teen years after liis ' present auti-preparedncss campaign wliat will be the position ot Mr. Bryan? It has be?n said br-sonieone that Mr. Bryan is fifty years ahead of his time. We are not quite positive whether he is ahead or behind th-j times but are jollv, well certain that he has never, jibed with the all-important present. , The Teachers' Convention The tetchers' convention, held in Lihue on Friday, was a success in many perhaps, all-respects. It was, in th first place, a holiday for all instructors, plus an excursion for many. Moreover, it gave the lady teachers a chance to compare notes on the latest fashions and exchange gossip. But the real value came in the exchange of ideas on the science of teaching, In the old days any ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 1 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1. 1916 CROILL TALKS OF KAUAI ON COAST A Seattle paper credits Deputy Sli eriff W. O. Crowell with saying' the' following: Tourist visitors to the Hawaii an islands next year who are f the impression that the only at tractions of the Rreup exist on the island of Oahu and in Honolulu will find Kauai, a smaller butverv beautiful island, making; a strong bid for their patronage, accord ing. W. O. Crowell. Crowell is de puty sheriff of Kauai. He is a guest at the Frye. "Because of its mountainous character and abundant vegeta ion," said Crowell last evening, "the island of Kauai has been de clared the most beautiful of the Ha waiian group. It is on that island that the miniature 'Colorado can on' is to be found, a deep cut in the earth where the scenic efforts closely rival those of the noted American wonder. Numerous sil very streams and waterfalls add to the beauty of the island. "Heretofore the resident? of Kauai, nearly 40.000 in number, have reli...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 1 February 1916

THE GARUEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, l16 a THE REPUBLICAN PARTY OK THE SUGAR QUESTION Washington, D. C, Jan. 5, 1916, Congressman Whit. P. Martin todav gave out the following cor respondence that has passed be tween Congressman Fordney of Michigan and himself upon the subject of the Sugar Tariff. As Mr. Fordney is the rankinR Republican member of the Ways and Means Committee, having succeeded to the position formerly occupied by the late Congressman Sercno K. Payne, of New York, the Michigan member speaks with authority for the Republican mem hers of the House in matters affect ing the tariff. This correspondence 'fcrew out of the recent discussion o f the sugar duties in the New Orleans papers, which has been followed with keen interest in Congressional circles. Congressman Martin in making public the correspondence today said that he was especially glad to receive this statement from Mr. Fordney at this time. "The Loui siana sugar farmers", said Mr. Martin, "are just preparing ...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 1 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. FEBRUARY , 1916, Teachers' Convention (Continued from page 1.) the information on that important matter. He explained that any teacher havine taught thirty years, twenty years of which must have been in the Hawaiian Islands, af ter she or he has paid a yearly amount of one per cent of his or ber yearly salary, shall be entitled to a pension of $400 every year, unless the salary is less than $ 1000. He compared this law with the pension laws in the other states and territories, and brought out the fact that the teachers receive far more than they put into the fund. He stated that compulsory payment into the pension fund is the most satisfactory method, E. Allen Creevev, discussed Vo cational Education very thorough ly. He stated that the United , States has been behind in many ways in this movement and that Germany has held the highest lace for a number of years. He read and explained the Vocational Education Bill recently presented to Congress and the resu...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 1 February 1916

v i THE GARDEN ISLANJD, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 19,16 ii C tod res twi Mi sul i Re a I SW OCi Se th at be in oi si Pi W ci P s r I 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 Postofficc at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year $2.50 Six Months, j.. 1.50 Three Mouths, 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 NEW! (Continued from page 1) Submarine Probably Sighted Washington Despatches to navy department last night ttated that a craft had been sighted off the coast of Florida, believed to be the lost submarine K-5. Monday Afternoon Washington Preparations are being made by Congressional lead ers to bring forward the legislation to suspend the free-sugar provi sion of the Wilson Underwood bill. The original plan was to wait until...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 8 February 1916

Miss ISIciIo WJIcor. SUOAU Uawa, -LtSO. Uocts, no wale Mkt. Strong. Tlie Harden Inland Kepiwenfo All Kauai. ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 6. LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY 1CERS SELECTED F THE FOURTH REGIMENT Preparations Being Rapidly Made for the Shift From a Battalion to a Full Regimental Status, Which Will Take Place on March 3 1 List of Officers After That Date. 15. II. W. Bmidbent, Colonel; I,. D.Tininiuns, Lieutenant-Colonel 5 K. L. rutiiiaii, Major, sniwun; K. ('. Morrow, Ciipliiin, uiiutM masler; Chan. II. Wilcox, Captain, adju tant ; Chas. A. l!iee,Captain, (unaligned): Thomas K.' llustnee, Sergeant-Ma jor; FIUST BATTALION. Win. Henry Bice, -Major; Win. C. Avery, First Lieutenant, quartermaster; A. G. Kaulukou, First Lieutenant, adjutant; Valentino Cobue.ha, Ser geant -Major; , Company A, Lilnie: .Curl Manor, . T i 1. ' captain, eonnnanuiug; inmnn v . Hopper, first lieutonimt ; .lolm L. Iljo...

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