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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. FEB. 27. 1912.
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Agent to grant Marriage Li
cense. ' Reasonable
rates in renewing
In the County Building from
8 A. m. to 5 P. M. every
day except Sundays.
Harry Ros' ;-rg, the well
known Honolu1, nmission mer
chant leaves ; j r Honolulu this
afternoon after concluding his reg
ular tour cmoutf our island firms.
Alexander Young Laundry
We use Artesian Water. It makes white
clothes whiter, the colored brighter, and the
clothes wear 50 per cent longer.
OFFICE TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
and lowest rices call
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; DICK OLIVER, Manager
Gun is Fired
The K. A. C.'s journeyed over
to Kilauea last Sunday and captur
ed the scalps of the latter by the
score of 5 to 3, thus going on re
cord as firing the first baseball gun
in this season's series . The
game, of course was simply for prac
tice, but the fans were treated to
classy ball, since both U-ams includ
ed players who had seen active
service in league teams last year.
It was a hotly contested game and
the close scores indicate what can
be expected of these teams with a
little practice. Henry Sheldon
umpired the game and did it in a
professional manner. The line-ups
were as follows:
Kilauea K. A. C.'s
Joe Souza c. John Soares c.
A. Ropozo p. Lui Alameda p.
Jocinth 1 b. Gomes 1 b.
J. Pocheco 2 b. Joaquin Silva 2 b.
T. Pocheco 3 b. W. Rodrigues 3 b.
M. Jocinth s. s. V. Lovell s. s.
Wood r. f . Take r. f.
G. Akaua c. f. I-bbiuger c. f .
J. Akaua 1. f. Aruda 1. f.
A return game will be played off
between these two teams next Sun
day, on the Kapaa diamond.
Track And Field Meet
That Lihue is to have another
and bigger track and field meet
this year, has been definitely de
cided upon, and that it is not to be
connected with the A. A..U., has
also been practically decided upon.
One of the chief directors of the
affair stated to a reporter yesterday
that it would most likely be open
to all comers, but that the details
were not yet complete.
Lihue Holds Its Meeting
The Lihue baseball club held its
annual meeting in Tut-: Garden
Island building last night and
elected the following officers for j
the ensuing year: Charlie Rice, )
Manager; Arthur Rice, Captain;!
Harold Morgan, Secretary; Win.!
H. Rice Jr. , Treasurer. In accord-!
ance with the new rule allowing j
each team to sign up as many as I
thirty members, the following
men will probably represent the!
official list of the Lihue league: J
Charlie Rice, Benjamin Puaoi.j
Arthur Rice, Harold Morgan, K.;
C. Hopper, Win. Puaoi, Win. Ma-!
kanani, Gabriel Wela, John Mali-'
na, Willie Opunui, Johnny Fenian
des, Charlie Hosea, Henry Malina, !
Leslie Wishard, Willie Coney,
John Makanani, Johh Hoao, Oga
wa, Terremoto, Doi, Downey, Ben
Kamaka, Henry Waiau, Allen
Wilcox, Antone Soua and three
C. Spit, was a returning
floral parade enthusiast Saturday
K. C. Hopper, returned from a
business trip to Honolulu Satur
day. Mr. llottle, up csenting the
j von-Haimn-Young Co., returned
jto Honolulu Saturday.
J E. E. M ahlum, manager of
Hofgaard & Co., Waimea, came in
' from Honolulu on the Mauna Loa.
i W. T. Frost, Phillips & Co.'s
enterprising salesman, will return
HO Honolulu tu day s Hu'd,
The Hen Wise Minstrell Show,
. under the management of Fernan
, des and Adams delighted the local
I show habitues for three nights last
, week. The program of songs,
dances a n d witty sayings was
'pleasingly interspersed with some
of the best moving pictures ever
j displaved in the local play house,
i It has seldom i f ever been
i-anue s good lortune t o enjoy
such minstrel talent and the at
tendance at e a c h performance
clearly indicated the appreciation
of this very clever bunch of per
formers. The very clever leading man was
nearly a whole show within him
self while everv assistant amount
ed to about the same thing, each
doing her ot his part in a manner
which brought for a thunderous
applause. They left for Maka
weli this morning where they show
tonight. They are booked for Ma
kaweli for a two night engagement
after which they leave direct for
I Waimea. Adams may return
j shortly with another up-to-date
! troupe which is at present filling a
popular Honolulu theatre.
The troupe is knowiyis members
of the Trans Pacific tour of the
Wise-Milton Co., and hold the re-
; cord for having drawn the largest
house in the history of the Bijou
theater. They are making a fare
well tour of the Island, after which
they will return to the coast.
The troupe is composed of nine
performers, each of whom is past
master grand in the art of vaude
ville specialties, being able to
crowd more genuine, mistrel
features into the space of an hour
and a half, than is usually found
in troupes of a larger number. The
members are Bertha Grand, Mable
deJIerd, Ethel Williams, Lillian
Gillein, Punch Jones, Charlie Wil
liams, Allie Gillen and Billy Led
ward. 2 More Bowling Allies
News has been received from a
highly reliable source to the effect
that Waimea and Makaweli are
each in the market for a bowling
alley. This is interesting news
and if true, means that Kauai will
be provided with an opportunity
to form a series from which men
can be trained for all future con
tests, thus increasing interest in
one of the most popular sports in
At the present time, all other
sports have been side-tracked to
allow bowling to occupy thestape.
Maser and Wolters, our local ex
perts are matched for a roll of
twenty games with two Honolu
luans, after which a contest will be
arranged between the Y. M. C. A.
and our home team.
The contest between Wolters
and Maser and the two from Ho
nolulu is to consist o f twenty
games, all of which will be pulled
off during one evening.
The Directors to Meet
The directors o f the various
baseball leagues of Kauai are here
by notified that a directors meet
ing will be held at the Fairview
! Hotel Saturday evening, March 2,
il912. Important business will
ctme before the board and it is
: earnestly requested that all direct
ors be present. By order of the
j I)n. Glaisykr,
Proprietor j. I. Silva of the Ele
e!e Store, w.is doing court business
in Lihue lust week,
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Zealandia, March 26.
Marama, April, 23.
Makura, May 21.
Zealandia, June 18.
Marama, July 16.
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China, Februarv 23.
Manchuria, March 2,
Chiyo Maru, March 8.
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j Wilhelmina, February 28.
' Manchuria, March 2.
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i Makura, March 27.
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Marama, May 22.
Makura, June 19,
Zealandia, July 12.
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Persia April 16
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22 Makura May 21
Zealandia June 18
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dinary mail, at half past four.
Mail for Island offices, leaves
Lihue on Monday, Wednesday and
Friday mornings at six o'clock.
Except, however, in ces when
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