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Till? OA 11 DFX.
Tuner; av, jT:?K is, 111.
Lihue vs. K. A. C.
The game between Lihue and K.
fri A. C. was rather- cV'olv contested.
being tinles when the K. A. C.'s
threatened the visitor. A law.
and orderly crowd kept up an al
most continual root.
Koloa vs. Eleelc
For the fifth time in succession,
Koloa has played a winning game,
having defeated Hleele with a score
of 12 to 6 on the Makaweli ground,
last Sunday. The feature in the
game was a double play on a fly to
l'erriera on second and thence to
Sheldon on third. Myers pitched
a heady game from the fourth in
ning, showing considerable uneasi
ness up to this time. The game
was one in which considerable wilci
playing was displayed, neithei
team doing anything startling. The
Koloas, however showed the best
Homestead vs. lYIakaweli
Too much Holy Ghost Celebra
tion is said to be partly responsible
for the terrible drul b ug which the
Homestead "Farmers" received at
the hands of the Makaweli team
Sunday on the Makaweli Diamond.
The playing was done almost
entirely on one side, the farmer:
making but little defence againsi
the continual onslaught of theii
opponent. Akina, the new found
pitcher for the Makawelis, pitched
a heady game and received gill
edge support. A sensational catch
was made by Joe Costa in gloving
a hot fowl, after covering a distance
of nearly fifty yards. This won
derful catch is probably the best
ever made on the island.
v Kawaihau line-up
Texeira, c; Hose, p; Levi, lb;
Sheldon, 2b; Kaui, 3b; Lovell, ss;
Aruda, If; Kbinger, cf; Akana, rf.
Puaoi, c; Kamaka, p; Malina, lb;
Makanani, 2b; Doi, ss; Sing, 3b:
11. Malina, r; Teramoto, If; Oga
wa, ef. Umpire, Kamau. Scorer.
Kahlbaun, c; Myers, q; Aki, lb;
Paris', 2b: Ferry, ss; Brandt, 3b;
Mederos, If; Kula ,cf; Clement, rf.
Gabriel, c; Richardson, p; Fer
nandes, lb; Ferriera, 2b; Takitani,
ss: Sheldon, 3b; Johnson, If; Akana,
cf; ConLro, rf.
Futardo, e; Akina. p; John Costa,
lb; Hoffman, 2b; Fernaudes, ss;
Honan, 3b; Costa. If; Keola, cf;
Mariano Robello, e; M. Robello.
p; Ah Vet, lb; Ornellas, 2b; John
Medeiros, ss; Joe Robello, 3b; Pa
latini, If; Andrade, cf; Joe Medeiros,
rf. Umpires, Deverill and Myers.
Lihue 8 K. A. C. 6
Koloa 12 lileele 0
Makaweli 14 Homestead 1
PER CENTAGE OF HAMS
G V L
Next Sunday's Ball Gaines
June IS. Koloa vs. Makaweli at
Homestead vs. Kilauea at
lileele vs. Lihue at Maka-
A special meeting of the Kauai
Athletic Association will beheld at
the Hotel Fairview Saturday eve
ning June 17, at 7:30 for the pur
pose of consideration of schedules
and other important matters.
Directors arc hereby requested to
My order of the vice-president.
K. M. Mridokwater,
wwbb ooaa weratt o cssfaso o t ,
C. AH CHEONG
J Gents' Suits Made
to Order g
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Concluded from page 2.
about twb days more are required
:o connect with the Koloa macadam.
Lihue District: T li e grading
undertaken by Grove .Farm at
olaces between Pull! and Opetila
was finished. The concrete culvert
at Kahoiua-a-Kaunalehua was also
finished by Grove Farm labor. The
itone wall on Knpaia-Hanainntilu
grade was repaired . Regrading on
Koloa side of half-way bridge was
Kawaihau District: Work of
uinsniug up uie nig nil at Moloaai
stream was suspended early in the
month. The approaches of the
5th tunnel at same place were dug
oy uay won:, i lie teams were
used most all of the mouth at
jrading in Kapaa villlagc.
Hanalei District: Work on Ha
nalei Hill was carried on during
the month where most all the rock!
vork has been finished.
Water Works: The new water
pipe at Waimea is most all laid,
ind the extension will soon be in
Tlie Kapaa water pipe was ex
.euded 2500 ft. to the upper ditch
uul the new supply will be avail
ible in two or three days.
Verbal report on the Homestead
road, Hanalei valley.
County Road Supeivlsor, Mr.
Morague, reporting o n Petition
(572) from Hanalei for a carriage
road to the homesteads in Hanalei
alley mattka, which was duly re
f erred to him and Supervise r
Lota for investigation and report,
advised the building of a carriage
.oad as prayed for in the Petition,
and stated further that a good road
could be built for Four Hundred
Dollars ($4'MU)()J The report
Supervisor McMryde moved fr.r
the sum of Nine Thousand Three '
Hundred and Fifty Dollars (9350.
00) to be paid out of moneys in tin
General Fund of the Treasury of the
County of Kauai, T. 11., for the
payment of wages of labor, con
struction, repair, and maintenance
of roads and highways in this
County for the month of June '
1911, as follows: '
District of Koloa: !
Road & Bridges 1150.00 6150.00 1
District of Lihue:
Regrading Fuhi- !
Opeula 600.00 !
Roads & Ilridges 800.00 1400.00 '
District of Kawaihau: j
Roads & bridges 800.00 1
District of Hanalei:
Hanalei Hill 700.00
Roads & Hridges 300.00 1000.00
Total $9350.00 j
and being seconded by .Supervisor 1
Gay, was unanimously carried. !
Supervisor McMryde moved to '
authorize the County's Special!
School Inspector, Mr. J. II.
Morague, to draw up plans aim
specilieations for a three-room
frame school house for Lihue nei,
apd to call in bids for the construc
tion etc. etc. of the same to he
aled with the board on or before
noon of Wednesday, July 5th next
ana being seconded by Supei visoi
Gay, was carried.
bupervisor McMryde moved to
ouiiU tlie Hanapepe bridge, other
than the foundation of tile same
which lias already been built In
the County, witli the money that I
will be received by vii tue of the
Loan Act, (being Act J66 of tlie!
session Laws ot 191 U and being j
seconded by Supervisor Gay was'
unanimously carried. j
Financial Reports, Nos. 92, 92a'
and 92b, and tlie County Auditor V
Trial balance R 93, all) ior the'
month of April last, and the Joint
Report (.R S9b) tor hebruary iasi,
after being duly and favorably re
ported upon by the Standing Com
mittee, were duly approved.
Supervisor Gay moved to gram
a permission to Mr. M.J. Fereira
ot Waimea, to lay Ins hewer pipe,
acrcss the public road near his home
to the sand beach makai upon con
dition that he will replace the road
in as good ordtr and condition,
and b jing seconded by Suier isor 1
Mc Jr de, w. s unanimous.), crried.
At 3:30 o'clock p. m. upon mo
tion of Supervisor .McMryde second
ed by Supervisor Rodrigues, the
meeting was adjourned, subject to
the call of the chair. i
Pittsburg, June. 12. Six deaths '
and twenty prostrations occurred
here yesterday. A terrific storm
over the southern section of the
state cawed grual daiuasu. ,
(F A P Th ST &
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In bajinc Csraea Hose, the 1'rf.rd an! tire etwe of the cfitrsdarcr
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Honolulu, June 10.- The cotton
growers are making every effort to
,d a e,K.mv to thu coUou 1joH.
weevil which U the destroying
agency of millions of pomida of
goltou auuuully .
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:i olecls the
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price $7. CO.
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3-4 inch, in 25 ft. lengths, :-3.75
3-4 inch, in 50 ft. lengths, ?7.00
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as per cA.etu'e beloul
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II- 12 - - - Kilauea
15-17 - - Kekalia
18-21 - - - Mcllryde
22-30 - - - Makaweli
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hot - Channel Gas Muoy 9. report-
led extinguished May l2lh was re-.
jligUed May 23, 1911. The white
t ltand lantern, exhibited from the
( buoy during the time it lvmaiticd
unlighlcd, was dipcontimied on
the same dale.
(11. of L. M' N. to M. No. 4.
; 1911, par. 114.;
' C&OS Chart 4109;
L. H. M. List of Lights, etc., Pa
! cifie Const, 1909, p. 52, after No.
L. H. B. List of buoys, -etc., 12
th Subdistrict, 1909. p. 16.
My order of the Commissioner of
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Lieutenant, U.S. N.,
' Inspector. 19th L. II. District,
Alii ! it?H hkltu
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IN TM.i CIRCUIT COURT,
FI1TH CIllCflT, THIUU
'1 ORV OIHIAWAIJ .
IN I'lUJlVl'Ii AT CHAM IJI-fcS
. lht! f Ulc of
lirnc-t Mladiiich, of KenKn,
Kauai, deceased inttstr.te.
Order of Xotice of Petition Tor
Allnwntice of Accounts, DeteVitii
nin? Trust nud Distribtttiug The
On rendiiiff nud filir.pr the
tiou and accounts of Marin wladi-
- ' nich. of Keali::. Kau'ni. Temlnv
of IIawr.it, Administratrix of the
Ustate of livuest Mlndiiiich, of said
. Kealia, deceased iulei-tnte, wiiereiu
petitioner csl.s to Le allowed 669.85
! and chnrgal witli f.l'5S5.f.O, i nd
nsks that the sf:tne l.-e excmtnwl
. and r.pprowd, and that ' n finnl
order be made of Distribution of
the ruuainiiifr properly to the per-
' !,,,f PetjojiR.rjijKlsuretlcs from atl
fuHTTer responsibilily herein:
' It is ordered, that Wednesday,
the 2Mh day of June A. D. 1911,
f,10 'clo;k K'fore
'n"Je lr-'b!i? at Chainbors of
said Court l his Court Room in
Colin ,nmir;"' nl Lihlle- Coun,y
Kauai, be and tlie same heuby
is appointed Uie time and place
0J" hcml'ur sai(1 Petitiou all(I Ac-
, counts, and that all persons iuler-
ested may tiien and tliere appear
1 S110U' caUKe- " ay they have
why tl.e same should not he iriM,i.
cd, and may present evidence as
to who are entitled to the said
properly. And that notice of this
Order, be published in the G n r
deu Island, a weekly uews-
pnnieu aim puuiisiied in
saul I'llu,'i f01' Ibree successive
uvcks' thc !nsl location to be
( -not less than two weeks previous
1 10 t-be time therein appointed for
uated tlie J Jncl (lav of jiav 191 1.
(sgd.) Jacob Hardy
Judge of tlie Circuit Court of the
l iftli Circuit
(sgd.) Philip L. Rice
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
I' mil Circuit.
5 ; May 23, 30; June 6, 13.
IN TI1IC CIRCUIT COURT OF
1 11 Jv FIFTH CIRCUITTFR-
ki III TURY OF HAWAII
At ChamiikksIn Pkoiutjj.
In the matter of the Kslnte of
Mary Sophia Rice, of Lihue,
Order for Notice of Hearing Peti
tion for Probate of Will.
A document purporting to be tlie
last will and testament of said
Mary Sophia Rice, deceased, hav
ing on tlie 29th day of May A. D
1911 been presented to said probate
i ,,,,..,. , , , , ,
com t , t l.d a ittlicn fcr ll.e l.ro
bate thereof, and for the
; of letters testamentary to William
Hyde Rice and Mary Dorothea
Rice Isenberg having been filled
by said Mary Dorothea Rice Isen
berg. 1 It is hereby ordered, that Fri
day, the 30th day of June A. D.
1911 at K) o'clock, a. m of said
day, at the court room of sniil
court, at Lihue. County of Kauai,
be and the same hereby is appoint
ed the time and place for proving
said will and hearing said appli
cation. Dated nt Lihue. Couutv of Kau
ai, May 29th A. D. 1911.
By the Court.
I Pmur L. Rici..
May 30. june 6, 13, 20.
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