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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. MAY 21, ldl2.
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Mrs. Yamachika gave birth to n
little baby girl.
Mr. l Gay who has ",ot been
well since his return fiom Honolu
lu was seen in luii auto around
Waimea on Tuesday.
The game of b-ise'u!! la-it Sunday
betwehn Kilauea and Makaudi,
was very excising. Tlie score was,
Kilauea 10 and Makawcli 1.
Mrs. Ozaki gave birth to a ijltk'
Mrs. Oyainn gave birth ton little
Rev. Ishiura who was once the
priest of Waimea, went to Kilauea.
Mrs. Shinagawa'H daughtei was
married in Japan so she gave her
$500 for a wedding present.
Miss Maria Silva went to Hono
lulu last Saturday to have two or
three weeks vacation.
Miss Virginia Silva is going to
quit the work of the Central Office
and move to Honolulu. Jane Jacob
will take her place.
Kev. Ishiura who was in Wai
mea a month ago, received a letter
from Kyoto that his wife was dead.
Mr. Ichinose, Mr. Robinson's
cook, wants to hire sixty men to
work on his field of 300 acres.
Mr. S. Shirai sold his house for
$140 to Shigeoka when he went to
Mrs. Ako gave birth to a little
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Gay arrived
from I,anai last Wednesday and are
the guests of Mr. Francis Gay for
a few days.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Sheldon
gave a poi supper last Wednesday
in honor of Mr. Richard's of the
Mrs. Kaminishi gave birth to a
Mr. A. Hunt bought an automo
bile and is now building a garage
Mr. Blackstad bought Mr
Mr. Miyake was seriously hurt
by the wheel of the rice mill. Ik-
is now in the hospital.
Mrs. lunula of Kekaha gave birth
to a boy.
The Hawaiian ladies of Waimea
gave a concert on Saturday May 1 1 .
Mr. Nagano who went to Ilono
lulu to get his wife, returned on
Wednesday without hiswifebecause
his wife went home to Japan to
have her eyes treated.
Mr. 'ianiaki, owner of the bicycle
shop is having an addition to his
house in which he will put his new
Mrs. Meek was very ill for several
1 he Hawaiian church is being
painted. It will lie an ornament to
the town in a few days.
Mr. Kapahu Alakai and his party
returned from Milohi last .Saturday
where they spent a week in fishing.
Mr. Kuudsen'scook whose name
is Sasaki expects to go to Japan.
Mr. Shinagawa who has a hotel
in Waimea has improved his hotel
and added a candy store near the
Waimea river recently.
The moving picture show was in
Kekaha last week and has come
back to Waimea again.
Mr. Wagoner came to Waimea
on Wednesday as a drummer.
A new set of books came to the
Waimea Japanese school on Thurs
day and the school has, begun the
new term of the year.
Mr. Kawauo, a well known man
in Kekaha gave about $700 to the
Honpa Hongwauji of Waimea to
buy choice furnishings for the
Mrs. Imamura of Hongwauji in
Honolulu will arrive in Waimea
Mr. Hofgaard, the judge, is re
pairing and enlarging his house.
The sleight-of-hand and the
moving picture show went to Mana
on Friday last week from Waimea.
Mrs. Nino lost her newly horn
Four rooms in Waimea school
earned, b y perfect attendance,
observation trips on Friday. I
Mrs. Hansen gave a luncheon
last Tuesday for six -ladies to bid
goodbye to Mr. T. Brandt.
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remove the present Koloa County
Stables to the new lot.
Mr. Lota moved that the County
Rock Crusher be removed to Kila
uea by 1 1 c County Road Supervisor,
and being seconded by Mr. Gay,
w is c:u rii-d.
Mr G y, Finance Committee,
favoiably reported on tin- lunan
cial Rv pints Nos 110; I Iran and
1 lob. for March, 1912; and Nos.
Ill: Ilia; lllaa, and 1 Hp, for
April, 1J12, and upon his recom
mendation the reports u- ie duly
Mr. Gay moved that the sum of
$500.00 be appropriated as an
Additional Appropriation for the
Waimea Water Works, the same to
be paid nut of all moneys available
in the County Treasury, and being
seconded by Mr. McBryde, was
At 12:00 o'clock Mr, the meet
ing was adjourned but sebjeol to
the call of the chair.
Mr. Yamamolo came to Waimea
last Wednesday to sell some of the
pictures which they drew.
Sain Kau Akana, a boy in Miss
Wong's room, expects to go to
Mrs. Cox gave a large party to
her friends on Tuesday lsst week.
Mr. Kuri.aki gave a party for
his one year old child.
Mr. and Mrs. KricKniidsen gave
a delightful dinner Thursday
evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs.
T. Brandt. Their other guests in
cluded Mr. and Mrs. Baldwin, Miss
Woodman, Mr. and Mrs. Hansen,
Mr. and Mrs. Schultz, Mr. Water
house, Mr. Rankin, Mr. Banham,
Mr. Berg, Mr. Hijort, Mr. Aaser,
Mr. Hime, Miss McLaren and
Mrs. Waterhouse a u d family
came from Koloa on Friday, where
they were visiting Dr. Waterhouse
Mr. Aubrey Robinson and his
son Sinclair went to Honolulu to
meet Mrs. Welcker and Mr. Gay,
who arrived in Honolulu on Thurs
Mrs. Ewart gave a small dinner
on Tuesday evening as a farewell
to Mr. and Mrs. T. Brandt.
The Japanese School is securing
subscriptions to pay lor the land on
which the buildihgs stand.
Captain Puck returned from Ho
nolulu on Wednesday. We are all
glad to see him.
The white bordered Pease Flag
ane Mr. Brown's talic with the
children emphasized the observa
tion o f Pease Day i n Waimea
Mr. Melvin Nicoll, representing
J.illey & Co. is in town and doing
a rushing business.
Mr. and Mrs. Odo went to Japan
Waimea school has 420 chil
dren enrolled and greatest care lias
been taken to secure the exact ages
ot the 71 new ones.
Grade V and VI named 140 trees
and visited an old heiau, which
was completed the day Cnpt. Conk
landed on Kauai. Rev. M. Akina
kindly explained its history to tin.
boys and girls, who find botany
and Hawaiian History more inte
resting when studied on the sport.
Waimea Bridge is soon to be
covered with concrete. Kngiueer
Moragne was here last week plann
Mr. and Mrs. Hogg of Lthue
and their children spent Thursday
witli MrsG eorge Kwart.
Mr and Mrs. Aubery Robinson
and family expect to spend 5 weeks
on Niihatt soon.
Mr. Schultze gave a buffctsupper
followed by bridge, for Mr. and
Mrs T. Brandt, Thursday evening.
Besides the guests of honor, thoss
present were Mr. and Mrs Danford,
Mr. and Mrs Baldwin. Mr. and Mr.
Kric Knudsen and Miss Woodman.
An Kleele auto had a serious
brake down, after a couple of hours
the damages were repaired
Mr. Ebeling's son was seriously
ill in one of the San Fransico hos
Mr. Fbelings arrived on the S.
The Fliina club had a meeting
in Makaweli hall.
Henry Ilonan brother o f the
Makaweli crack pitcher arrived re
cently in Koloa, he will play in
A fight in camp 4 between Fi
lipinos and Chinese. The fight
went raving on till Mr. Ah Hop
and the pol-ceinan came.
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Misses Ktla and lilla Lee of Ma
kaweli spent .Saturday and Sunday
with Miss Marie Anderson.
Mr. and Mrs. Purvis of Lihue
were luncheon guests of Mr. Wal
ter McBryde's on Sunday.
Mr. and Mr. Charley Gay arrived
here Wednesday morning.
Mr. Palnierstou n ceived the offer
of a good position with The Kahai
lua R. R. Company on Friday's
mail and left on the H.ill Tuesday
to take up his new duties.
Mrs. Peterson w.is too ill on
Monday to be in her place at School.
There was a Race War in camp
4, last week in which a 1 1 the
nationalities look-part. It ended in
twenty five men being taken to
Miss Addie Whiltinglon return
ed from the coast on Wednesday.
Miss Whittinglon went to the
coast for the benefit of her health.
Mr. and Mrs. Roendahl a n d
daughter were returning passengers
on Wednesday. Mrs. Roendahl lias
beed visiting her sister on Maui
for several weeks.
Mr. Vaughn, formerly employ
ed at the Koloa Soda Works and
in J. I. Silva'fj Store, came to
Kauai on Wednesday in the interest
of a Honolulu business house.
Mr. John Kamaiana a black
smith who has been employed on
the McBryde Plantation left on the
Hall Tuesday to make his home in
The A. II. H. Alaskan came in
to Port Allen Thursday and is tak
ing on a cargo of sugar.
A company of Japanese in the
Kleele camp have recently built a
new fishing boat.
A man by the name of Yokoya
ma had a motorcycle costing $175.
00. He was running ful-speed when
coming home from Makaweli, ran
on high place nnd fell head, over
heels and the motor-cycle" was in
jured. , ,
Mr. J. P. Cooke- very kindly
presented the McBryde Ball Team
with one hundred dollars whi:h
is very much appreceated by the
Mr. White of K. O. Hall & Co.
was a business caller in IIanap pe
TneHanapepe school is. taking
steps to fight the I'ruU fl'y.
The Hanapepe school count j
passed the following law". No'ehild
is allowed to throw mangoes or
other fruit ot the grouiuL
Several Spanish families have
recently moved to camp 2 Makawe
li. The Chinese Society had a feast
Sunday at their new club' house J
The Hanapepe school lias:now
four hundred twenty seen chil
dren. Mr. Ogolta who lived at' camp
1 was taken ill and died very sud
denly this week.
Mr. Moiagne visited the new
school building Wednesday.
Mr. Charles Ilerrick was calling
on friends in Hanapepe Friday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Robertson are .
moving down from the McBryde
Mountain House to the house
formerly occupied by Dr. Osbronc.
It has been decide that the dance
to be given by the McBryde Ath
letic Club will be maskquerad for
this first hour.
Mr. Tan Wo went to Hanalei on
Friday on a business trip. He- is."
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