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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 30 1912
tJYes, we knew you would turn to this page the
very first thing, just to see what we had to say.
We won't say much, however 'tisn't at all neces
sary. On page 7 you will find that your name is
among those nominated in our Big Automobile
Contest which is now on in full blast. Working
outfits will be mailed all candidates at once."
Next Sunday marks the opening
of the 1912 baseball series and
judging from the practise which
has been going on for the past few
weeks, Kauai will be given some
good exhibitions of the game this
season, All is in readiness for a
glorious start and much specula
tion as to the outcome of Sunday's
games is indulged in.
The Ilondlulu press suggests a
St. Louis -Kauai team for an ex
hibition at Lihue on July 4th. but
as our boys have heard nothing
direct, are not giving the matter
much consideration. However it
is very likely that such an arrange
ment might be made.
The list of players composing
the various teams in the series
McBrydk Link Up.
'John Perreira, Antone Perreira,
Joe Medeiros, Jordan Mederios,
Manuel Robello, Marion Robello,
Albert Audrade, John Gomes, Joe
Joseph, Chas Aki, C. H. Loveland,
Otto Johnston, K. Taketani, I.
Akana, C. B. Morse, Denchi,
Kinsan Watae, John Gabriel, Ah
Yet. Phillip Palama, Manuel Duarte
E..K'. Richardson. J. C. Moura,
Jos.eph Iloopii, R. L. Hughes,
Prank Murray, Joe Leandro, A.
Fernandez, Kaluna Kia, Victor
Kii.auka Link Up.
W . Wood, V. F. Sanbourn,
Florencio Vicente, Joe Pachcco,
Theo. Pacheco, Bill Kerr, Ant
Rapozo, Jno. Akana, Geo. Akana,
Joe Palnieira, Iliroishi, Soichi
Ozaki, Dan Lovell, Serephine
Jacinth, J no. Gabriel, Martin
Rapozo, Gabriel, Manuel Jacinth,
Hadfield, Cooper, M a c fi e , K.
Myers, Sam Kai, Chas Uuddv,
Shigcru, T.M-.ji, Kcnji, Matsu, C.
White, Ben Iida.
Koloa Link Up.
S. S-isaki, J. Paris, A. Perry, M.
Nunes, J. Ornellas, C. B. Worthen
J. Akn, Geo. Stelioz, M. Stelioz,
H. Brandt Jr., C. Kuhlmanu, J.
Gia, A. Kuhlmanu, Geo. Maioho,
Toyichi, Nitsu, Tatase, Oyama,
Jno. Furtado, R. II. Whittington,
R. Alameida, Mague, Seichi, Chas.
Louis, Young Un, Fred Myers,
Paul Kahlbaum, Maruichi Kawa
moto, II. Houan. B. Aspiner.
K. A. C. Link Up.
John Soares, Lawrence Rose,
Sadn Nagahisa, S. W. Meheula
Joe Texierra, John Aruda, Louis
Alameda, Clarence Ebinger, Willie
Rodrigues, Issac Kaiu, Jack Gomes
Heurv Sheldon, Jonuah Cummings
Jr., Joseph Scharsch Jr., Manuel
Bonito, Manuel Betteucourt, Joseph
Bettencourt Jr., J. H. Cummings,
S. Takeguchi, T. Matsura, Johnny
Neal, Daniel llano, Migel Koani,
Arthur Wong, John Veveiros, Sol.
Opio, Alfred Rodrigues, S. Fugita,
Ilalaole, Toichi Morita.
Waimka Link Up.
R. N. Oliver, Autone Fernandez,
John De Costa, Manuel Silva. Ah
Fong, Manuel Fernandez, Manuel
Sotiza, Win. Waialeale, C. Avail,
Jose-'' " holoholo, George Kauhi,
Arthur Iu.it. John Rapozo, Joe
De Costa, W. Kauhi Ilookano,
Mokuwie, Manuel Martin, George
Kruse, W. O. Crowell, C. B.
Hofgaard, Frank Cox, E . E .
Mahlum, Kinchi, Peter Koohenei,
Makawei.i Link Up.
J.B.Fassoth.J . M. Fassoth. J. A.
Honau, E. Ilonau, A. Johnson. F.
Zerbe, H. Kani. H. Oneha. M. V.
Fernandez, Keola Makini, G. F.
Rankin, J. P. M. Thomson, D. K.
Hayselden, M. Duarte, John
Furtado, J. K. Burgess, C. Akina.
Lihl'K Link Up.
K. C. Hopper, Win, Puaoi, B.
Puaoi, Gabriel, Terrimoto, Doi, H.
Waiau, J. Malina, H. Malina, W.
Makanani, W. Opunui, J. Fernan
dez, C. Hosea, L. Wishard. B. Ka
maka, J. Makanani, A. Wilcox,
Sixto, Coster Anakalite, Lawrence.
Pablo, Dulai, W. Coney, W. Ka
mau, Win. Ellis, A. Souza, Wm.
Markhani, A. R. Glaisyer, Maximi-nio.
Kilauea to Waimea
Koloa to Makaweli
McBryde to Kapaa
NO. 2 SERIES
Lihue to Kapaa
Koloa to McBryde
Makaweli to Kilauea
K. A. C. to Koloa
McBryde to Lihue
Waimea to Makaweli
Lihue to Waimea
Koloa to Kilauea
Makaweli to Kapaa
Kilauea to Lihue
McBryde to Makaweli
Waimea to Koloa
Kilauea to McBryde
K. A. C. to Waimea
Koloa to Lihue
K. A. C. to Kilauea
McBryde to Waimea
Lihue to Makaweli
K. A. C. McBryde
Makaweli to Koloa
Waimea to Kilauea
Baseball Schedule For
Kilauea to Makaweli
K. A. C. to Lihue
McBryde to Koloa
Lihue to McBryde
Makaweli to Waimea
Koloa to Kapaa
Waimea to Lihue
K. A. C. to Makaweli
Kilauea to Koloa
Lihue to Kilauea
Koloa to Waimea
Makaweli to McBryde
Lihue to Koloa
McBrvde to Kilauea
Waimea to Kapaa
Makiwcli to Lihue
Waimea to McBryde
Continued from page 1.
Mrs. Peterson one of the Hana
pepe teachers narrowly escaped a
serious accident last Tuesday
morning while en route to school.
Her horse became unmanagable
and swerved round so shortly as
to break the buggy. Fortunately
Mrs. Peterson escaped unhurt, but
the buggy was so badly damaged
that she was unable t o reach
Eighty thousand feet of lumber
arrived on the Hilonian on Satur
day for the new school building.
A large force of carpenters will ar
rive next Wednesday and work
will be rushed on the schoo.
A fire, the origin unknown,
burned over an area of twelve
acres of cane on the McBryde
Plantation, in the vicinity of La
wai about midnight last Saturday
The Gabrial family moved from
Eleele to Kilauea last week.
The school boys are now prac
tising their gun drill, they made
the guns themselves.
Mrs. Roendahl and baby daugh
ter are expected home soon from
Mr. Mizona, the Japanese teach
er from Wahiawa has gone to Cali
fornia to complete his English
The Japanese of this section are
erecting a"flne new temple in Eleele
to cost $2,000.
Mr. Roendahl entertained at a
stag dinner on Friday evening to
Mr. Dillingham, M r . Loveland
and Dr. Derby.
About thirty, new books were
recently added to the Eleele Li
brary. It now numbers about 340
K. Saito has a new Indian mor
torcycle. The schools of Kauai have re
ceived three of Yaggy's anatomical
The Hanapepe school will be
head quarters for one; the Lihue
school for another and the Kapaa
school for the other.
A Korean met with a serious
accident near Wahiawa recently.
He jumped from the train directly
in front of Egawa's automobile
and was struck by the machine.
He is at present resting comfort
ably in the hospital. 125 point.
Continued from page 1
Judge Hofgaard is up again at
his desk after being in bed a few
Mr. Blackstad is the owner of a
pretty little hall. They are now
making it much larger and it is in
common use for moving picture
Three of the rooms of the Wai
mea School had perfect attendance
ior the week and went on Friday
afternoon excursions with their
Miss Akina, a popular teacher,
and daughter of Rev. J. A. Akina,
is one of the candidates for the
Bulletin Auto Contest,
The priest of Nishihonganji,
Mr. Ishimura has gone to Hono
lulu. His successor has not yet
Capt. Puck of the salvation ai my
wciu 10 iionoiuiu. lie may Have
to be away a month and will
At Waimea lananese School
there were graduating exercises on
Sunday. There were 125 pupils
and all but four were graduated.
Mr. Charlie A. Elston, Mis.
Sandow's brother died at Genoa,
Italy last week.
Mr. Mahlum is making prepara
tions for building a new house be
tween the Foreign Church and Mr.
C. B. Ilofgaard's house.
Waimea and Makaweli ball teams
played a game of ball the score re
sulting in a tie ot five to five.
Waimea Plantation is spending
$40,000 for the new "111111101 which
they it is digging.
A large audience gathered at the
Hawaiian church Friday evening
to hear Col. French, an able Salva
tion Army leader, deliver an in
teresting address. . Major Willis,
Ensign Lyman, Mr. Akina and a
Filipino chorus, also took part.
Mrs. Ewart, Edith and Robert
lunched with the Brown's Satur-,
Waimea is to have its moving
pictures this week by electric light
instead of gas and the pictures are
to be Japanese instead of haole.
The Waimea base ball boys have
ineir natty new eight dollar suits
ot maroon and white already
Hon. And Mrs. W. H. Rice
Home From a Happy Trip
Looking as though they enjoved
every minute of their trip, Hun.
and Mrs. W. II. Rice, Sr. return
ed from quite, an extensive trip
last Wednesday among friends and
relatives on the other islands.