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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, September 19, 1911, Page 6, Image 6',
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TlIIv GAKDIvN ISLAND.
Summary Report Showing Standing ot The Va
rious Teams During The Seasons Series
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S s a a 1 a 1 s
: a i 5 ! u ! w ! u u ' a Q-
Makaweli 3 j 1 ! 1 ! 3 ! 3 j 3 i 14
LiS ! 0 j - j 2 1 2 ! 2 j 3 ! 2 j 11
Kilauea ! 2 ! 1 ! - i 2 f2 ! 2 ! 2 J 11
I ! 1 ! ' ! r. !
Rleele ! 2 ! 1 j 1 j - j 2 ! 2 2 j 10
Koum ; o ; i j i ; I ! j 2 2 7
k. a. c. ; o : o ; i ; 1 ; 1 ; -- 2 ; 5
HoTnVdTTT-!-TT"rrTi 1 I 1 I -- ; 5
Gaines Lost I 4 :77 , S i 11 13 ! 13 ! 63.
At a glance at theabove summary , i
it will be seen that although Maka
weli are winners, two teams have
the proud distinction of having
beaten the champions of the season,
kilauea and Kleele are the ones.
The latter took the first two, whilst
it took three games for the former
to turn the trick. Makaweli only
took four series, and in those four
did not lose a game. Both Lihue
and Kilauea won five out of six j
series. Makaweli being "Lihue's 1
Jonah, and Lihue being Kilattea's
stumbling block. Kleele won four,
losing the Lihue a n d Kilauea.
Eliminating the teams below the
500 points the standing would be
very close. Out of nine games,
Makaweli and Kilauea would each
have five games won, and Lihue
and Eleele would each have four
games won, showing that the weak
teams had a great deal to do with
the championship. It w a s over
confidence which lost for Lihue
and Kilauea. No less than five
outs. Seven lost games tor Lihue,
were decided in the ninth innintr I
and beyond. Two of these were
against Makaweli and one each
against Eleele, Koloa and Home
stead, all but one being by the
margin of one run.
Kilauea was a surprise, playing
on her own ground. Out of eight
games played there, she lost five
and won three. On other grounds
she won eight and lost but two.
In inter-sectional playing, honors
were even, each side winning and
losing eighteen games. Makawe
li leading for the South side with
seven wins out o f nine games.
Eleele and Koloa each winning
four out of nine, and Homestead
getting three out of nine. I-'or the!
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North and Kast Kilauea led with
Lihue winning a n d losing six!
and Kawaihau losing eight out of
A. K 0.
At a meeting of the A. A. U.com-j
mittee held Wednesday afternoon
it was decided that the champion
ship meet on the 30th. inst. should
be held at Alexander Field, that the
program of sports should start at
two p. m., and the events and their
order should be as follows:
One hundred yards trials, 880
yards tun, 100 yards final, one mile
run, 440 yards run, 220 yards trials,
220 yards low hurdle trials, 220
yards final, 220 yards low hurdle
final, pole vault, running high jump,
running broad jump, putting six
teen-pound shot, throwing sixteen
There will also
be a half-mile
Handsome medals will be pre
sented to first and second place win
ners. No entrance fee will be charged
for the events and they are open to
any athlete registered with the A.
Entries close on the afternoon
of the 23rd. inst., at the store of
the Hawaiian News Company.
Contestants are expected to enter
only for those events in which they
intend to compete and any with
drawals will forfeit their right to
prizes won and to membership in
the A. A. U.
Miss Hoapili who taught in the
Hiinaiiuililu School last year has a
position in the Lahaina School.
The Ironclad Alarm
It Rings to Beat the Band
Sold at Factory Price
FAREWELL LUAU IS J
GIVEN BY MRS. AKANA i
.(Special to the Garden Island) j
Kauhiwai, Sept. 16. M r s.
Akana a n d her two charming
daughters, Misses Eva and Helen,
were hostesses at a typical Ha
waiian luau last week at their
pretty valley home, the occasion
being a farewell to Mr. and Mrs.
Akana who have been spending
there honey-moon with Mrs. Aka
na. All Kalihiwai's young social set
was invited and after the delicious
Hawaiian delecacies had been dis
posed of dancing was indulged into
the utmost satisfaction of the merry
makers who lingered in the glow
of the hostesses hospitality, un
mindful of the existence of time,
which happened to be nearly 2a.m.
where, midst numerous expression
of gratitude for the enjoyable time
they h a d and regrets that they
must leave, the guests took their
Roman, the hat dealer, Beretania
Street Honolulu, will clean your
hat and pay return freight. Charges
reasonable a n d workmanship is
The Chalmers 1912
"During the past few days thou
sands i n the Hawaiian Islands
have read the announcement of
Chalmers cars for 1912. I have
wondered how many of those who
have read about and been interest
ed in the 1912 Chalmers cars, ap
preciate all that must happen be
fore the hundreds of Chalmers
in all parts of the country can be
ready to make such an announce
ment," says Frank E. Howes of
the Associated Garage, local rep
resentative of the Chalmers Motor
"As a matter of fact a score of
engineers, as many draughtsmen,
and forty or fifty expert mechanics
' ! si II
Hanalel Baseball team, winner in the "Ihna'ei Junior League" contest during Ihj
sjason which dosed las! Sunday, MfWger W$rn?r in the center bck-jffOMl! .
began work more than a year ago
M he( mToclels ,for 19- "ce tlle
first of November, 1910, the new
models which are now offered for
the inspection of the public, have
been tested by the cxperjs of the
Chalmers engineering department,
in all parts of the country on hills,
1 in sand, in mud and in snow. All
I this work, extending over months
and requiring the services of about
150 men, was merely the prelimi
j nary work of giving the public an
i ever-increasing motor value in pro
portion to the money spent."
A contract for carrying mail b y
flying machine has been let by the
Postmaster General, the line being
between Brooklyn and Long Island
Pioneer will pay an extra divi
dend o f $2.00 during October,
November and December.
A Rice famine is threatened in
"Dan" Conway, representing T.
H. Davies & Co., Honolulu, arri
ved on theKinau last Wednesday,
and is making his usual round the
MISS KATE WOODARD
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Stamping, Embroidery, Notions,
Drefimaking, Fancy Work,
Shirt Waiiti and Underwear
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Formerly with Dunn't Hat Shop
Hotel Street, Honolulu
Opp. Young Hotel
One Fccond-hnnd Piano. In good con
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T. J. Dr. Vitu-.s.
GENERAL LEASE OF GOV
ERNMENT LAND SITUA
TED AT' KAPAA, ISLAND
At 12 o'clock noon, Saturday,
October 21, 1911, at the front door
to the Capitol Building, Honolulu,
there will be sold at public auction
under Part V, Land Act of 1895,
Section 278-285 inclusive, Revised
Laws of Hawaii, a lease of the fol
Seven hundred fifty 750 acres
of the mauka portion of the laud of
Kapaa, and so much of the waters,
of Kapaa and. Akulikuli streams,
and other Kapaa waters, as may be
required for the proper irrigation
of the'land hereby leased, except
such of said water as is covered by
existing leases and licenses, such
water as may be required for the
Kapaa town, the School, Home
steaders, and others who may reside
on the Kapaa lands, and such
waters, if any, as belong to others.
Upset rental, $1.00 per annum;
payable semi-annually in advance.
Term of lease, from October 21,
1911, to June 30, 1914.
Reservations regarding land re
quired for homestead o r public
purposes, together with conditions
regarding amount of money re
quired to be expended for per
manent improvements on said land,
will be embodied in this lease".
For maps and further particu
lars, apply at the othce ot the
Commissioner of Public Lands,
Capitol Building, Honolulu.
Charles S. Judd,
Commissioner of Public Lauds.
Dated at Honolulu,
September 12th, 1911.
Tender, Concrete Bridge
Sealed bids will be received by
the Kauai Loan Fund Commission
until 12:00 o'clock noon of Septem
ber 6th., 1911, for furnishing all
labor, tools and materials, and con
structing a 200 foot four span rein
forced Concrete Bridge, on founda
tion already prepared, at Hanapepe,
Kauai, according to Plans and
Specifications which will be furnish
ed upon application accompanied
by S5.00J to the uudersigned.
A part of the machinery and ma
terial for doing the work is at hand
and it will be necessary for bidders
to visit the site in order to famili-
liarize themselves with conditions
to be met.
A certified check for 5 per cent
of the amount bid must accompany
J. H. MOKAGNE.
Engineer for the
Kauai Loan Fund Commission.
.Aug. 4th., 1911.
Calling in of tenders- for con
struction of Hanapepe Bridge
postponed until Wednesday, Sept,
IX TIIK-CIHCU1T COUItT OF THE
FIFTH CIKCU1T, TEMUTOKY
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Mntterof the Estate of Kamakn
Kaukau(w), of Waimea, Kauai, Intes
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition for
On reading aud filing the petition of
Elizal)cth Hart Meeawa of .Waitnea.
Kauai, alleging that Kainaka Kaukau ( w )
ot Wannea, Kauai, died lntcfctate at War
mea, Kauai, on the 2(ith. day of August,
A. u. iun, leaving property in tlie lla
waiian Islands necessary to be administer'
cd unon. and praylm: that Letters of Ad
ministration lfctue to T. Brandt, of fcaid
It is ordered that Saturday, the 7th.
day of October. A. J). 1011. at 10 o'clock
A. M., be and hereby is appointed for
i Hearing said I'etitlon in the Uourt Kooin
ol this Court at l.iliue, Kauai at which
time and place nil persons concerned mav
appear and show cause, if any they have,
why said Petition t-hould not lie cranted.
and that notice of this order be published
in the JMighsh language lor three hucces
I sivo weeks in Tim Uaiidkn Island, ;
I newspaper published in said Lihue.
I Dated at Lihue. Kauai, !?eptember 2, 1911.
Judge of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
; Sept. 5, 12, l'.l and 20.
Mrs. Annie Berg
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Young Bldg. Honolulu
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Arleigh & Company
School books and supplies of all
kinds can be bought to better ad
vantage at A. B. Arleigh & Co.,
Honolulu, than elsewhere in the
islands, because this firm makes a
specialty of school supplies.
Send for complete printed price
list. Mailed free on request. All
mail orders given special attention.
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