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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
For Next Half
Kilauea Team Now Much in The Lead For
The Silver Trouhy-A New
Directors Meet Saturday
Umpire Quesliou Settled at Directors'
Mceltng at Fairview On Last
The Kilaueas again put the Li
tmus to sleep at the Lihue park
last Sunday, rolling up the score
of 19 to 11. The game plugged
along at the usual rate of give-and-take
until the visiting team
got next and started an aerial
flight. This sort of roused the
Lihue team who took a new lease
on life. Five runs by Kilauea in i
the third inning touched off the
The following schedule for the
last half of the baseball series, is
one which has been worked out and
given us for publication, which we
take pleasure in doing:
Homestead in Koloa
Lihue in Kapaa
Kilauea in Makaweti
K. A. C. in Kilauea
Koloa in Lihue
' Kleele in Homestead
Lihue in Eleele
Kilauea in Koloa
Makaweti in Kapaa
September 17 August 13
Koloa in Makaweli
Eleele in Kilauea
Homestead in Lihue
September 10 August 20
Kilauea in Homestead
Makaweli in Eleele
Kapaa in Koloa
October 22 August 27
Eleele in Kapaa
Homestead in Makaweli
Lihue in Kilauea
October 15 September 3
Makaweli in Lihue
K. A. C. in Homestead
Koloa in Eleele
This schedule, if adopted, would
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August 6 1 .
fire works for the visiting rooters i practically allow for a game on the
who screached and howled at every ' home ground of each team every
ndded indication of Lihue's inevi-1 other Sunday. The coluni of dates
table ruination. Lihue's team
slugged and swatted away, how
ever, with a tenacity which gained
the admiration of the Lihue fans,
but which had much the reverse
effect on the score of Kalihiwai
beauties who so faithfully, ener
getically and frantically exercised
their "melodious" vocal chords in
behalf of the visitors. The Kilaueas
certainlv owe much credit to the
pretty little bunch of "rooters"
for the success of the day, as it
cannot be said with anv degree of
accuracy, that there was any real
playing done by either team .
Koloa had a very interesting
game, the score being 5 to 2 in
favor of the K. A. C's. A large
and highly appreciative crowd of
fans greeted the players, who
played one of the fastest games of
the season, the time being one
hour and fifteen minutes.
The following report was re
ceived from the Committee on
Umpires last Saturday evening be
fore the meeting of the K. A. A.,
which was held in the parlors of
the Hotel Fairview, and which
was adopted, the same to take ef
fect at once:
E. B. Bridgewater,
Secretary K. A. A.,
Your committee on appoint
ment of umpires and arranging of
transportation of same, herewith
begs to submit its report.
Fou Okficiai. Umi'irks In Ciiikk
R. M. Oliver, K. C. Hopper, E.
G. K. Deverill, L. J. Muiulon, I.
Akana, Charlie Hosea.
For base or outside umpires-if
such be required-the two teams
playing, together with the umpire
in chief, may choose such umpire1
on the day of game, from available
men on the field. The umpire in
chief shall have charge, without
change, during each game, 'anc.L
shall act as assigned by iie secre
tary of the association, as here in
after suggested, all protests of
teams notwithstanding. I
Upon ratincation ot tlie game'
schedule for the last half of this
series, the umpires to be assigned ij
by the secretary of the association, '
and such assignment printed with ;
list of teams and places to be
played at, each week, transpor
tation and lunches for umpires to -
be arranged for by each of the two
teams playing with such umpire.
We would ask that this be
adopted and made, so far as it ap
plies, a By-law of this association,
and that your committee be lienln
C. B. Gray,
Chairman Umpire Committee.
. PER CENTACE OF TEAMS
to tile leit, indicate the elate upon
which the return will be played.
In other words, we will say, for in
stance, that Homestead plays Ko
loa on the Koloa field on July 23. i
Observe above schedule and you j
will note that on October 8. Koloa
team plays the return game on the
Homestead diamond. j
This will give six games each on I
the home grounds during the re-1
niaining part of the series. !
County Fathers Meet!
Continued from qage 1. 1
Grand Total 17,459.97,
The item for $50.05 for Mr. ;
T. Onokea's pay as Roadluna con- (
tained in Demand No. 1096, and
another item of $50.05 for simlar ',
services contained in Demand No. '
1079 were by a unanimous vote of i
the Board ordered stricken from
both demands. .
Supervisor Gay moved to au- j
thorize the County's Special School i
Inspector, Mr. J. H. Moragne, to
employ caretakers for the various !
school premises during the vaca-j
tion of schools, and being seconded
by Supervisor Rodrigues, the
same was carried.
A few bills, two for material for
road work in Waimea, six for ma
terial for work on Ilanapepe Bridge,
and one for use of scrapers in Koloa
were referred to a committee of
three consisting of Supervisors Gay
and McBryde, and the County Road
Supervisor, Mr. J. H. Moragne, for
investigation and report.
By a unanimous vote Supervisor
Gay, McBryde and Rodrigues were
appointed a committee of three to
prepare and submit to the Board a
list of needed or additional appro
priations for public works for t h e
period of six months from July 1st.
to Dec. 31st. 1911.
Financial Reports Nos. 97 a n d
97a, 97aa and 97b, all for the month
of June last, were received and re
ferred to the standing committee for
Continued in next issue.
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arrived Sunday, to take charge of
the Lihue Plantation office books
during the absence of Mr. Wishard.
Mr. Greig will reside at Fairview
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S. W. Holnier is a member of
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IX THE CIKCTIT COTOT OF THE
FIFTH CIUCVIT, TEKRITOHY
At (HminU'r. in Probate.
In the nuitlcr of the Estate of Leung
Mook, of llaiKilei, Kauai, I)eceu.ed.
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
I On rwiilinn anil tiling the petition of
Leon;: Yuen Slice, of Hiinalei, County of
Kauai, wife of said Leonn Mook, le
, ceased, alleging that he, the aforesaid
Leung Mook, of Hunnk'i, Kauai, died
' intestate at .-aid Hunalci, on the 20th
day of May, A. I). 11)11, leaving property
in the Hawaiian Islands necessary to lx
administered noon, and praying tlmt
I letters of administration i.stie to Y.
Akau, of Honolulu, Territory of Hawaii.
It is ordered that Friday the U8th. day
, of July A. 1). 11)11, at 10 o'clock A. M.,
Ik1 and hereby is appointed for hearing
said Petition in the Court Itoom of this
Court at Lihw, County of Kauai, at
I which time and place all persons concern
I ed may appear and show cause, if any
I they have, why said petition should not
1 he granted, and that notice of this order
Ik' published in the English langruge for
, three snivels weeks in tlieti ihif.. Island
I a weekly newspaper in Lihue.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, June L'l'nd. liill
(Seal) (Sgd.) Jacoii II.utiiY,
! Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
(sgd. ) Piiii.ii' L. Uiei:,
I Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
, C. S. Doi.i:,
! Attorney for Petitioner.
( fur 27, July I, 11, is.)
OMAO HOMESTEAD DRAWING
Notic is hereby given to Isabella
K. Telles, Joe Wtila, Denis Luhi,
Louis McKeague. Henry Charinnn,
Kalawnia, John Nobriga, George
Charman, Joseph Valent, Fred
: Phillip, David Hulihee, Joe Telles,
George Kaeha, James Maimakea. M.
S. Valente, Jr., Antone C. Haptita,
G. K. Hoopii, Lui Hoopii, Kaluna
Ainaike, li. K Ainaike, John
Nunes, Manuel Nunes, Jr., Manuel
Ntines, Louisa Ik-llum, Frank
Medeiros, Manuel M e d e i r o s ,
Antone Perry, John Kahaule, Jce
Souza, Cbas. K. Lewis, Victor
Opeka, James K. Kula, Frank
Souzn, Geogianna Souza, John
Medeiros, Jr., Joe M. Ventura,
John Medeiros, Manuel J. Medeiros
Louis Medeiros. Frank Vasconce
llos, M. Lucas Carmara, Mary
Medeiros, II. G. Spalding, Augusta
Vasconcellos, Antone Vasconcellos,
Ida Melekula, Win. Il 1 i o t , N.
Make, J. K. Cockelt, Joe J. Car
valho, and others, if any, members
, of the Omao Settlement Associa
! tion, that Lots Nos. 1 to 51, both
inclusive, in the Omao Tract, Dis
trict of Kona, Island of Kauai,
will be opened for homesteading in
the following manner, in accor
dance with the laws relating to
public lands in the Territory of
Hawaii, subject to withdrawal of
any such lots prior to their selec
, tion; such opening shall bo in the
manner set forth in the advertise
ment of public lands dated May 12,
1911, in respect to method of
application, drawing, Selection, and
other matters, except as follows:
The lots ma.: be taken only by the
Right of Purchase Lease or the Cash
Freehold Agreement method. Ap-
plication 'for participating in the
; drawing may be made only by meni
jbers of said Omao Settlement As
isociation, and sh?ll be presented to
I the Commissioner of Public Lands
by ordinary mail on or before Mon
! day, August 21, 1911; the drawing
and assignment of the order of se
lection of lots will take place at the
office of the Commissioner of Public
Lands, Honolulu, at 9 o'clock A.
M., Tuesday, August 22, 1911;
the selection of lots will take place
at the pineapple cannery at Lawai,
District of Kona, County of Kauai,
at 9 o'clock A. M., Wednesday,
August 23, 1911.
Exceptions and reservations will
be made for roads, railroad, ditch
and pipe lines, reservoir sites and
For further. information, 'forms,
maps, etc., apply to the Commis
sioner of Public Lands at Honolu
lu, or to W. D. McBryde, Sub-Agent
of the 6lh Land District, Wa
Dated at Honolulu, June 13, 1911.
Joshua D. Tuck iK
Acting Commissioner of
W. F. Fkjsar
Governor of Hawaii.
O W I, Av.
Kilauea 10 8 2 .soo
Makaweli 11 8 3 .727
Ivleele 10 6 4 .6()f
Lihue 11 6 5 .545
Koloa 11 5 6 .455
Homestead 10 2 8 .200
Kawaihnu 11 2 9 .181
Directors of the Kauai Atbklic
Association are hereby notified
that a 'special meeting of the direc
tors will be be held in the parlor
of the Fairview Hotel Saturday at
7:30 p. m.
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