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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, July 18, 1911, Page 2, Image 2',
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THE GARDEN . ISLAND.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Entered at tlie post office at
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class
SrnscKirTiox Ratks $2.50 Vv.k
YKAK, $1.50 l-'oR SIX MOXTHS
Adykktisi.xg Ratks, 50 CKNTS
An Incu I'.ku Month. . !
Front Page Advertising)
Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch
Each Insertion. , -. ..
E. B. Bkidukwathk, Kditok
K. C. Hori'KK, Maxac.I'R
Who sajd Kuhio wants to he a
vSAY what they may concerning
tne Kaaa land deal, but t h e man j
tvho is directing the affairs fro m , 5
this end, is a " 1'airchild" under nil f
I'irriMiKliincis. 1 '
' "Brcoi.oc.isTs" are now trying I to svvl,n 5l 1ls
to discover a way of transforming i I'Omgii . .or distance,
tW "Mediterranean Klv" into the 9- Diving C 'ltest, not to
Ouu bachelors who a r e spen
ding so much of their time in court
now a days say that' courting is
not at all that it is cracked up to
Willis T. Poric. Superinten
dent of Public Instruction, has had
the honor of being appointed on
the Hoard of Directors at the Na
t i o n a 1 Educational Association
which is holding its convention in j
With last Sunday's ball games,
the Kauai League finished its first
half of the present series. There
has been no accident of even the
slightest nature at any of the games,
the finances of the league are ().
K.t and the enthusiasm even
greater than at the beginning of
The report circulated that h e
wrote a letter to Supervising Princi
pal McCluskv, instructing him to
kec'j back the Japanese girl w h o
figured somewhat prominently i n
the Richmond case,, is emphatically
denied b v acting superintendent
Gibson who states that her record
did not show the sufficient number
of points and he presumed s h e
never had made them .
The Evening Bulletin of the 1 1th
. i nst . , publishes a full report of
the work of the Territorial Teach
er's Association for 1910 1911.
which makes very interesting read
ing. There is. .not, however, any
mention made of what the Kauai
teachers are doing. A Teachers'
Association for Kauai is certainly
in order and any delay in taking pre
liininary steps in theorganizatii'ii of
such bespeaks lack of knowledge
upon the part of teachers as to their
TiiKRii may be no graft hi con
nection with the recent "Clean
up" campaign carried out in' Ho
nolulu, but there is certainly much
food for thought as to how so much
rubbish cnuld accumulate in' t h e
immediate vicinity of sonic of Ilo-
nohdll's. select resilient!,.! ipiai Ur.-. j
Is the Board of Health Department!
deprived of sufficient help to .pre- i
vent the accumulation of filth to'
such an alarming extent? Are the ;
present members of the Hoard .of.
Health subject to "cold feet" wliell j
they approach tile residence of a
citizen who may happen to o w n
v.ig.ir stocks is tlu de, .rtnient
pav ing a salary conimen-ir.atc w.th
the r 'iHK i;k :iis of the duties iia -po'-ed
on its iiL-pcc'iors:1 Surely an
investigation of the Hoard's affair
along these linL. we believe, would
have much to do with obliterating
the "graft" charge-;. Tne locating
of hundreds of cart loads of fi 1 t li
and rubbish in a single day , in a
city which has the number of in
spectors Honolulu enjoys, indicates
a state of affair-, for
which ini'st extraordinary circum
stances must be held responsible.
It is up to the Hoard of Health to
locate the cause- which will most
likely be other than "graft."
Kauaians Asked to Join
Honolulu July 10th. 1911.
Kauai Athletic Association,
K. C. Hopper, Esq.
My dear Mr. Hopper: -
At a meeting of the Hoard of
Managers of the Hawaiian Assoeia-
tion of the Amateur Athletic Union
of the United States of America, it j
was decided to hold an Aquatic
Meet in Honolulu on "Admission
Day" August 12th, 1911 for the '
purpose of establishing swimming j
and other aquatic records for the '
This aquatic meet will be held
at Bishop's Slip, and the following ;
events will be contested:
1. 50 vards swimming race,
2. 100 " " " i
relay swimming race
six men to a team
ind each man
9. Diving C "ltest, Lnot to count
in club points. !
! Prizes will be given to the first,
j second and third contestants in
; each event, and a prize will also,
be given to the club scoring the ;
; most points. Club points to
j count: Winner, 5 points; Second, j
.i points; Third, 1 point. j
We would like to see a strong
delegation of Swimmers from
Kauai, and if any of the Kauai
bovs will care to come and enter :
these events kindly let me know;
and I will iininediate'.v take tin the :
jstif)11 of t,1,ls,x)i.t;lli(in expenses !
and taking care of the boys while j
in this citv at the least possible ex- ;
pelise to them. !
This projected Aquatic Meet has 1
i met with great enthusiasm here and
we expect to see some good Island
records established-which will com-'
pare favorably with those of the
mainland. The boys of Kauai are
natural swimmers and this will be
an excellent opportunity for them
to show their prowess to the world -n by some to be partly respon-;
.. , ., iii sible for Eleele's attitude. j
at large as the records made and . . . , , c, , , ., i
, , . .,, , i A protest has been filed bv the ,
the names of the winners will be nlanarcr of the Eleele team', but j
forwarded for printing in the an- as the game was discontinued be
mud Year Book of fhe A. A. U. fore the full nine innings were
Kindlv let me hear from you at 1'layed, it is not generally believed
, i that such will stand. The Kawai-
vonr earn- convenience. , , , , t
liau team showed big improvement :
Very truly yours, in their team work, and will no
Hawaiian Amatixr 'Athletic doubt occupy a prominent place in j
Association tne ast na tne scr'es if re '
LOU KIN ANDREWS
The Last Sunday Games
The Kapaa diamond was the
scene of considerable excitement
Sunday, the climax of which was
reached in the eighth inning, w hen
the Eleeks threw up the sponge
as the result of what they con-
sidered a "rank" decision by the
base umpire. The game stood five
to one against Eleele at the time
the dispute arose which fact is
If you are athirst for
a real goo'd glass of
beer, ask for
J jam mm rm m w , WiT .
You'll pronounce it
the finest beer you
ever drank. It's
for this climate.
New Baseball Schedule
The following schedule was ap-,
proved by the directors of the K.
A. A. at a meeting held' last Satur-1
July 23 i
Homestead in Koloa
Lihue in Kapaa j
Kilatiea in Makaweli 1
K. A. C. in Kilauea
Koloa in Lihue
Eleele in Homestead
Lihue in Eleele :
Kilauea in Koloa j
Makaweli in Kapaa
Koloa in Makaweli
Eleele in Kilauea
Homestead in Lihue
Kilauea in Homestead
Makaweli in Eleele
Kapaa in Koloa
Eleele in Kapaa
1 Iomestead in' Makaweli
Lihue in Kilauea
Makaweli in Lihue
K. A. C. in Homestead
Koloa in Eleele
Koloa in Homestead
Kapaa in Lihue
Makaweli in Kilauea
Kilauea in Kapaa
Lihue in Koloa
! Homestead in Eleele
i September 24
Eleele in Lihue
Koloa in Kilauea
Kapaa in Makaweli
Makaweli in Koloa
Kilauea in Eleele
Lihue in Homestead
I October 8
Homestead in Kilauea
Eleele in Makaweli
Koloa in Kapaa
Kapaa in Eleele
Makaweli in Homestead
Kilauea in Lihue
Lihue in Makaweli
Homestead in Kapaa
Eleele in Koloa
corcl "lade Sunday IS kept Up. j
1,1 tne Presence of a large aggre-,
gation ot enthusiastic tans, the!
Koloas cleaned up the Home-'
for the home team, and showed up I
1 in his usual fine form. The Ko-i
Tons made every lick count, and j
gave evidence that they were de-'
terniined not to be satisfied with
their per centage standing. The
little Homestead farmers played'
the game for all that was in them
but fate seemed against them. A
score of thirteen to five brought
tne hard-fought contest to a final
close, with Koloa in the lead.
Tlicjiecr That!s J3rewed
THE HIGH IDEALS OF 70 YEARS
TAKE DEFINITE FORM IN THE
finest we've ever asked you to look at
and that's saying a great deal.
There's not a break in the chain of shapes
and dimensions covering a range so wide
that no man can say: "you haven't just
what I Wanted."
Knox soft Hats, $5.00 BEACON HATS
Knox Stiff Hats, $5.00 ' (MadebyKnok)
Knox Silk Hats, $8.00
Silva's Toggery, Let.
SACHS, the "Popular Store"
Known to every resident of these islands
for over a quarter of a century as the store
for high class dry goods at moderate prices.
Our stocks are new complete in every de
partment. Mail Orders entrusted to us are given
careful attention and shipped by return
steamer, satisfaction guaranteed.
Children's Dresses of imported Scotch Gingham,
White Lawn and Batiste embroidered and trimmed
with lace. All sizes, from 5 to 14 years.
Keuyon's "Kenreign" Auto Coats, Repp, and
Pongee with silk collars and cuffs; Raglin Models
with reversable collars from $10.00 to $25.00.
"My Initials" Album, contains 350 stamping
initials for stamping Lingerie, Table and House
Linen, and Handkerchiefs. Post free, 35c.
Butterick Patterns, Summer Fashions, Delinator.
j N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., :
I P. O. Box 566 Limited Honolulu I
to our already comprehensive line of Home
furnishings. We have added a ver : ) n
plete line of
High Grade Refrigerators
in latest tyle and contruclion, made of
Ash, Golden Oak finish, trimmings of Solid
Brass. Removable ice compartment, re
movable drip pipe, adjustable . sliding
shelves, automatic drip cup and trap.
Zinc -i-ned Refrigerators, $18.C0 and up.
Enamel-lined " $22.00 " "
Sec our window display, cr better still,
come in and let us show ycu the many
advantages of this line.
J. Hopp & Co., Ltd.
M r.iv i lvro.vai.'iits a n d a.ldi-I The Island Investiinent Co. of
tions to the Honolulu wharves will Maui has bought an eLctr'c
be made under the new Harbor franchise. Baldwin and others w ill
Commission. This may do away erect a plant for W'uiluku and Ka
wilh all p'ivaH- wharves, Ihulri.
' f A'"
Bishop & Co.
HoNOl.t'Ll", HlLO, WAIMKA
Transacts a General Bakning
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 1-2 pir cent per annum
on Savings 3- r n deposits.
Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates: '
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 per cent
All. business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
Kvi-KVTIIINC, IX TTIK
Sn.vi'K axi) Goi.n Link,
Rich Ci t Class and
ml'.kciiandisk of tiik
P.KST QfALlTY OX1.Y.
P. O. Box Ml onolulu
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lnii K, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits arc received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
maud. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
an Francisco Berlin
New YorkJ Hong Kong
S a vi xc ; s Dm p a k t m k n t
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 1-2 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits w ill be received up to
?2,500 in any one account.
Sai-k Dkivjsit Boxks I'OR
Rl-XT S2 AND $.1 A YKAK
Ladies', and gent's clothes
and gloves cleaned on short
notice. Dyeing of every de
scription. Island orders given special
l."2 Herttania St.. Honolulu
-.-i-.i i r ,-i.rii j-irvi '
EYES T ESI ED
Mail Yot k likt kkn I j nh s ,m,
I'k.'Mi s T(j Mi- and I wil l.
DO TDK h:t.
Alfred D. Fairwither
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