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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 8 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1516. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY AUGUST 8 The Coming Election Villi's sHini'tliing is (lone in the next few dnys to Mock it, Kauai stamls to have a disorganized and incompetent mob in the next Legisla ture. We have sounded a warning on this Feore before but no heed has been given to it. Neither the Republican nor Democratic parties (if there be a Demo cratic organization on Kauai) are forward with names of men capable of assuming the duties of the legislator, with one exception; while several mentioned as possibilities will, we arc convinced, if elected, do the is land more harm than good. Kauai has hail callable men in the legislature in years past. They have been nu n who understood each other and could work together, and to this splendid team work was due their success. At the last session this state of tilings was broken into somewhat and the island narrowly escaped serious injury. We...

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. — 8 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 8. 1916 jr- COMMERCE BODY'S it! MEETING The annual meeting and banquet session of the Kauai Chamber of Commerce lias been set for Satur day evening, August 19, in plaee of the evening of the 17th., as first announced. "Stunts" for the even ing nre being arranged by the local entertainments committee, consist ing of the following members: F. C. Morrow, chairman ; II. (Srote, IS. Mahlum, T. Mackstad, and Al bert Horner, Jr. It is understood that they are working on some sur prises. Officers to lie elected that evening will be a president, vice president, secretary, treasurer and auditor. The nominating committee consists of J. K. Farley, chairman; A. Mene foglio and V. X. Stewart. The chairman is away, but Colonel E. H. W. lkoadlient has leen appoint ed to act in his place. The business meeting will precede the banquet this time. There will be annual reports of the president, secretary and treas urer. It is understood that the statement of the latter ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 8 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY AUGUST, 8, 1916 SUPERVIRORS MEET (Continued from page 1) llanalei: Maead: Kalihiwai llanalei "i,578.:W Road; & Bridges (U7.10 0,105.43 Total 1V),743.3H Mr. MoBrydi' moved tlie appro priation of twelve thousand, three hundred and one dollars and fifteen rents 301 .!")) as additional ap propriations for the purposes named below, the same to be paid out of moneys available in the Treasury, viz: .Sun Mahelona Hospital ."MUX) l'ublie Celebration 4.Sfi.(X) WnterWorks: Kawaihau '200.00 Maead: Kukuiolono 1.400.00 Bonds & Bridges: Koloa 1,000.00 do Lihue i(X).(X) Maead: Kealia rX).(X do Papaa-Moloaa 104. ol Boads Bridges: Kawaihau 700.(X) Maead: Kalihiwai-llanalei (i,(K)0.(X) Boads Ar Bridges: llanalei oOO.OO Oiling Roads: Lihue 10.04 In aeeordanee with a request from W. V. Sanborn, manager of the Brineeyille Blantation Co., Ltd., Mr. Mellryde moved to maeadami.e the old road mauka of tlie llanalei bridge to Kikiula, tlie expense to b e dividel equally liet...

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. — 8 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 1916, LATEST WIRELESS NEWS Fernandez put una very tine! pieture show he fore a crowded j house in Liliuo Social hall Saturday night. (Continued from page 1) Germans Have New Paper Berlin Tim Roynl testing Mat ion lias discovered a now method. Cotton stalks are being used for a new and serviealde of paper. paper article Change In Revenue Measure Washington The Democratic! caucus has ordered n complete change in the munitions section of the revenue measure. Street Car Strike Pau New York Mayor Mitchell has apparently offer ted a complete set tlement of the street car trouhle. Monday Alternoon London The Katia Basin cast of Suez has been entirely cleared of Turks, 3,14") Turks and 70 (iermans being taken prisoners.' The Turk party was olliccred by (Iermans and the against them lasted two days. Military experts are unable to fathom why the Turks should have attack-' ed this spot unless they were misled concerning the defenses of the canal in that reg...

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. — 8 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 8, 916 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 Postofiice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year .'S2.50 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 NOTICE N. G. H. LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 5) Another Section Of Strike Philadelphia street ear men arc now on strike. Notes Of The Capital Honolulu Fusion of the two factions of the Democrats is the talk and a love feast is reported to be near. Which side is to yield is not in the forecast. The organization meeting will be held tomorrow. Date of ratification meeting will be determined by the committeemen. Senator Shafmth has delivered to the President the resignation of Judge Stuart. The Ad Club will hav...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 August 1916

aMSMislanil SUUAR Raws, 5.77 Beets, no nle Mkt. Unsteady The Garden Island Iteprusents All Kuual. ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 33. LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY 1 A JAPANESE CUTS TH Sometime Sunday night Saka, Japanese, 'employed o n Kekalia ditch, cut his throat with a razor in his cottage near Camp 4, Kekahn ditch, and died. Deputy Sheriff Crowell was noti fied early Monday morning and he and Dr. Lyman went to the scene. They found the man dead in the yard just outside the door of the house. Blood on the lloor and steps indicated that the cutting had been done inside. No reason is known for the deed except that the man was a hard drinker. It is related that he cut his throat once before, about live, years ago, in an attempt to commit suicide, but was saved by Dr. West. The man lived alone. SPEAK AT ELEELE Kauai residents who are interest ed in Hawaii's American-Japanese problem are invited to hear ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 August 1916

1 THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, AUOUST 15, 1916. at THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY s- AUGUST 15 Diorama Of Waimea Canyon Wo wish again to call attention to the diorama of Waimea canyon which it is proposed shall he prepared ami used in the Moral parade at Honolulu and also exhibited in the rooms of the Pan-Pacific Club. Hawaii's wn artist, 1). Howard Hitchcock, will do the work, which is in itself guarantee sullicicnt that it will he a thing of Wauty and will at tract the attention which the subject deserves. This ohject is a good one. It is the kind of advertising that will attract instant attention and we believe will bring' results. As we have remarked before, Waimea canyon is the big tourist card of Kauai and a diorama of it would surely make a tremendous hit in the February carnival. The committee looking after arrangements for scenic Moats at Hono lulu have fstimated the cost of the Waimea canyon diorama at 8"U0. This is a ve...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 15. 1916 3 FINAL STRETCH OF THE HALE ROAD Next week what is popularly known as the Hnnnlei rond will ho macadamized from llama to Moloaa, and the road plant will he moved into Kealia for work on the final stretch, Excellent progress has been made so far on the big job and Uoad Supervisor Moragne ex presses himself as being fully satis fied. The final stretch of road still to be macadamized extends from Wai pouli race track to Molcaa gulch, through Kapaa and Kealia, a stretch of 12 miles altogether. The pres ent idea is to complete it by the first of next July, which will mean a macadamized sweep all the way from Kekaha to llaena. Something over a year ago the desirability of bonding the county for macadamizing the Ilnnalei road was seriously discussed, the idea being that by bonding the road might be finished quicker. Mr. Moragne agreed, that matters might be expedited some by bonding, but said he could, by pegging away, finish the job in two years ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 August 1916

4 THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY AUGUST, 15, 1916 ti 1 1 c 1 ( i f) National Guard Of Hawaii By General Samuel 1. Johnson. Besides the millions of dollars .vhieh oomo to Hawaii every year for pay and support cf the Regular Army, the Federal Treasury will contnhute a tidy sum per annum . 1 A X . 1 1 lor tne pay oi .ationainarosiueu hoth ollieers and enlisted men being entitled to compensation fur tlieir services under the new National .y, Defense Act. Pay for the National i( Guard of Hawaii, based on its pres Hi flit strength, will amount to a total in of S3)S,8!!).(H) per vear, provide trf that every man lives up to the re- nt, quirements of the service. Hawaii's Guard now consists of a four regiments and one separate company of infantry, one troop of cavalry, one company of engineers j one company of signal corps, and a ,i coast artillery corns now divided into three companies. This is tin C organization on which the above figures are based, the total strcngtl June 30, being 233 comiin...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1916, FILIPINOS HOLD CONVENTION HER E The Evangelical Filipino of the island met in convention in the Li hue Union church on Saturday and Sunday to confer in the interest of their church work. There was o total attendance of some ;V2" which indicates the proportions to which the Filipino work lias grown under the leadership of Rev. Jose Alba. In connection with the conven tion there was a Sunday School ex hibition which was mtfre than usual ly interesting, esjccially the little children who were very cute, and showed excellent training. The convention art a whole was n fine body of young men, mostly in telligent, earnest and diguified; and the deliberations and discussions werejeonducted with a courtesy and despatch that did them great credit. A Fishing Party A party headed by .1. II. Coney went on a tishing cruise around Mi Ma way last Wednesday and Thurs day but found it quite rough and the catch was not large. In the par ty with Mr. Coney wer...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1916 I r 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 LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 5) Danish West Indies Washington The Senate committee will take up Danish West. In dies deal. The people of Denmark are expected to vote for the sale of the islands at the coming plebiscite. The islands are said to be anxious to improve their status. Germany is said to oppose the transfer. The Strike Situation In his conference with railroad managers late yesterdav no basis for a settlement was readied by the President of the threatened railroad strike, but it is felt that someth...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 22 August 1916

, , . ,,rl . .. t':f ii .SUUAH Beets, no ale Mkt. Unsteady The Garden Ialund Koprcsents All Kmini. ESTABLISHED), 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 34. LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY TODAY'S AND LATEST L BANQUET OF THE PATTERSON PRESIDENT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE Fred Patterson, atromey, of Li hue, was unanimously elected pres ident of the Kauai Chamher of Commerce at the annual business meeting held in the county building at G o'clock Saturday evening. Hie J only other change in officers was that of auditor, Mr. Wm. N. Stewart, of Lihuc, succeeding Mr. Carl Bay er, of Makawcli. With President Avery in the chair the meeeting proceeded as follows: Minutes of the previous special session were approved. The detailed annual report of the treasurer showed that the sum of $1811.57 had been received from all sources during the year, including a balance of 8141. 32 brought for ward from the previous year; and that expenditures had ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 22 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY AUGUST 22 The Chamber Of Commerce The Kauai ClinniluT of Commerce now has a memlx-rship of 130, an increase of 23 for the year, after deducting members who have left the island or have dropped out in other ways, or for other reasons. This, we believe, makes it the second largest commercial organization in the Territory in point of numbers, being exceeded only by the Chamber of Commerce of Honolulu. In its membership is included men in all walks of local business and professional life, thus making it representative in the fullest sence. There are great opportunities for the Kauai Chamber of Commerce if it will arise to them and make proper use of them. In the past these opportunities have been grasped in most instances. Larger duties and responsibilities are ahead,however, and there will be call for greater care and wisdom in handling public questions. In ...

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. — 22 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916 ' . w AS NAME FOR BATTLESHIP Princess Kawananakoa Ad dresses Navy Department On the Subject (Special Wathington Correspondence of THE GARDEN ISLAND) Washington, D. C, July 31 The Princess David Kawananakoa believes that one of the new battle ships to be constructed by the Unit ed States Government might well be named "Hawaii," and she has written the Secretary of the Navy the following letter on the subject : Washington, D. C, July31,191G. Hon. Josephus Daniels, Secretary of the Navy, Washington, D. C. Dear Mr. Secretary: May I be permitted to suggest that one of the new battleships or cruisers to be constructed be named "Hawaii": To my way of thinking many sound reasons exist why this should be done, and I regret much that I cannot enumerate all of them, and likewise that I can so feebly express those which do occur to me, but prompted, and I hope aided, by the great love I have for the land of mv birth I shall endeavor to place be fore yo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 22 August 1916

4 THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY AUGUST, 22, 1916 MISSOURI 6 tiAS 10 BE SHOWN WILSON MAY LOSE HIS HOME STATE Special Washington correspondence 0 THE (Special Waihingtan correspondence of THE GARDEN ISLAND. ) Washington, D. C, July 24th. Jnniosi Smith, of St. Louis, in an interview in the Washington Post today expresses doubt that the Dem ocrats will carry Missouri this fall. He said: "For my part I believe the Re publicans have a first-class chance or carrying the State, and if the Democrats should pull through it will be by the skin of their teeth. In the first place, the President is ,nt as popular with Missourians as lie is said to lx by Democrats. The people have not yet forgotten or forgiven Baltimore. I f Missouri does give its electoral vote to the President, it will be because Senator Peed will pull the national ticket through with him. I look for Reed to run 10. 1 K) or more votes ahead of Wilson, and this may help to carry the State for the national ticket. "The Democrats have...

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. — 22 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916, COM MENDS LABOR CONDITIONS HERE (Special Waihlngton conetpondtnc of THE GARDEN ISLAND. ) Washington, D. C. , August 5th : The Secretary of Labor has trans mitted to Congress the 5th annual report of the Labor Commissioner on labor conditions in Hawaii for the year 1915. The report is volu minous and contains valuable statis tics and information covering all phases of labor in the Territory. In conclusion the Commissioner ad vances the view that labor condi tions in Hawaii are better than in most tropical countries, and in some ways they are better than in many mainland communities. Most of the 1etterment of labor conditions, the Commissioner says, has not been nt the instance of the laborers them selves. It has been partly forced from employers b y competition among themselves for labor. The improvements in housing and camp sanitation, the gradual betterment of medical service, and the financial support given to welfare work among the plan...

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. — 22 August 1916

THH GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, AUGUST 22, 1916 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 LATEST WIRELESS NEWS hich seas fleet the British vessels Nottingham and Falmouth were tor pedoed by submarines and sent to the bottom. The striken vessels returned the attack and it is said that they destroyed two submarines before going down. (.The Nottingham and Falmouth are not given in the 1916 list of large vessels of the British navy, so are probably scout cruisers or something of that order. (Ed. Oard. Isl.) Arbitration May Be Resorled To Washington President Wilson has been urged to insist upon arbitration in the...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 29 August 1916

Miss EMo Wilcox. SUUAtl Raws, 5,50 Beets, no nle Mkt. Unsteady Tlio Garden Islam! Represents All Kminl. ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 12. NO. 35. L1HUF, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS FER COPY STUDENTS GIVEN JOLLY FAREWELL Miss Lydia Miller, sister of Mrs. Henry Blake, and assisted by Mr. and Mrs. Blake, gave a reception and dance Saturday evening at the home of the latter in Koloa for children of the neighborhood who are leaving this week for school in Honolulu. The house was brilliant ly lighted and decorated for the oc casion. Among the students present were the children of Mr. and Mrs. II. Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Kuhlmann, Rev. Kaulili, Mr. and Mrs. Kaupi ko, Mr. and Mrs. Kruse and others. Ice cream and other refreshments were served and dancing was kept up to the small hours of morning. All were agreed that it was a most delightfal affair. REACHES HOME TO FIND FOLKS GONE The Advertiser tells the follow ing story: "Have you ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 29 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, AUGUST 29, 1916. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY AUGUST 29 The Civic Convention The civic convention next year will, in the natural order of tilings he held in Honolulu, and we are inclined to the opinion that, for quite awhile1 at least, future seions of the body should he convened ilk the city. There is practical work fur the civic convention and out of it may hi- developed pratical results, but before that can be accomplished wc must modify the pleasure jaunt aspect which has dominated the civic convention in the past and let straight business have a swing for an in definite period. Theorists and "hot-air merchants" who hunger for new worlds to conquer may take issue with this view, and the jaunter un douhtcdly-will; but the majority, aiming for results and unmindful of the gilded fringe which has intruded itself upon the civic convention idea will concede that the recognized objects of the organizat...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 29 August 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. 1916 3 STANDARD RULES OF VOLLEYBALL The following rule? of volleyball, which has Ix'gun to take hoM on Kauai, nro published by request of wimp of tin enthusiasts: Object To keep a large inflated ball in motion across a net eight feet high by striking with the open palm or wrist. The ball must be kept from touching the floor Ball The ball shall be round, made of rubber bladder covered with a leather case; eight inches in dia meter, weight 10 to 13 ounces. Players Teams for match games consist of nine players. For all other games any numlier from one to :0 or 40 may play. Each side selects its captain. An umpire is necessary to eliminate argument as to "out-of-lounds" and "hind rance." Grounds The grounds should measure 70 feet long by 40 feet wide, but this varies with the fields nt disposal. A tennis net, or the regulation volley! mil net two feet wide, is stretched across the center, from side to side. The upper edge should be from ( feet inche...

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