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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
Bridge Tender. ,
Bide will Ik- ivtvivctl li w KruaU
l.nun Fund Cnniiiii-'sinii fir tlio mil
st i tlctioit of a U toot h-ciil(.iiul ruii
t'loto gir.U'r bridge ut Kilatua, i. to
1L' 6'i'loek noon, July !!rd. 1!Uii. Plan
ami sjocilli!utiuii jvill bo fimiUlu-'dupon.
ajiplication to J. II. Montane, Etitmvr
Loan Fund Cotiitiiission, said application
to bo accompanied by $5.00.
J. II. MoitAo.vr.,
lingincor Kanai Loan ItiinlCoiniiiivioii.
To show how unconsciously a
man's business may be in his mind
al all times, I took a financial
operator to a fancier's to select a
dog, and what kind of a dog do you
think he asked for at once?
"What kind?" i
"A water dog. Said he had!
heard it was a good stock proposi-1
It is estimated that half a .mil
lion New Yorkers are awake and j
busy, legitimately or otherwise, all!
fill tltS tittj
that the ball almVt '"tnaiiaMv 7?
used is the )u;."t H ; iMAI.f
LACJL I' J'.ALL. V
H but the
ollepe men uot.'t
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. -'!) tti.) a:l ua
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Collecc men know too tln.t in..- Uracil
American League for ten years a'"' is th Oiliciul League Hall. No other
ball can be useil in any League game. Pi tee evcrywhe.e, fi.25.
The Reach Trade-mark on all SDcrllnn Goods Is a auarantec nl nn.illlv II nn
taction, a new article or your money back (except
1UBJII.AI II yillUAJi UAL.Lt
.u.M U..1U11.J ui .110 niiaiiuuj lnKUUi
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Lid.
for the Territory of Hawaii
Billiard Tables and Bowling Goods.
A n almost new, 1911 model,
ford touring car four seater.
Very complete n n d i u first
iI.t.s condition. W.'l sell c'.eap for
rash. For price and full pnrtictilars
enquire at Tin; Gakih.x Island
office. Just the car tor rent service.
FOR SALE One Maxwell
Touring car, in good condition.
Cheap for cash.
One bay mare, 14 I 2 hands
high, well broken and not nfraid
of atttos. Also cart and harness,
new. Price $250.00.
One Peter Right anvil, 150lbs;
one 30 inch bellows, cheap.
J A 51 IiS KlJWAHDS,
der, 7 horse power.
Apply to the
liall has h-en Bdonii-.l hv t'i
on tlalU and BjU under $1.00).
WUillli TJlH TerOff.
JUMury UIIU JIJIUIU3 VI H Villi B
Queen St., Honolulu
received their hit
of the new
also cary a large stock of
Now that the Summer days are
here, we wish to call the attention of
our lady patrons, to our offerings in
Our Summer Dress Goods include Dress Linens,
French Ginghams, Pique, Lawns, Batistes, and Swiss
EMBROIDERY and LACE DEPARTMENT
Our Embroidery and Lace Department contains
an assortment of beautiful designs of the latest pat
erns and are exceptional value for the price.
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fcl IA II Lll I I I'-N.
Some Brief Breveties
Kubey & Pay, the traveling
clothiers are in Wainica where they
have declared their intention ol
'suiting" evetybody withm the
next five days.
Chief of Health Inspector Cook
and Henry Honan, are looking in
to the sanitary situation in L,ihuc
D. Horner who has been appoint
ed to the position of "oil luna,"
his duties to be confined to the
men in charge of oiling public
Mr. and Mrs. Wishard and Mr.
and Mrs. Moragne, attended the
ball game at Kilauea last Sunday.
Salesman McClanahan of Hack
field & Co., registered at Hotel
Fairview last night.
Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Force of
Los Angeles, were registered at
the Fairview last week. Mr. Force
represents the California Corrugat
ed Culvert Co., and was here part
ly to consult with County Engineer
Moragne regarding his needs in
Tenders are called for in this
issue for the construction of a
girder bridge at Kilauea.
Hans Reichelt the popular assis
tant bookkeeper in the office of
the Iihue Plantation, leaves this
afternoon on an extensive trip
The Koloa Holy Ghost feast
was celebrated in gorgeous splendor
last Sunday, being augmented
greatly by the famous Lihue band,
which journeyed hence Sunday
W. H. Stuart, manager of the
Honolulu Electric Co., is on the
island in connection with his firm's
Kauai business. Mr. Steuart is a
live wire business man and his
present trip will doubtless create
a permanent asset to his prosperous
C. W. Spitz who bought out the
Coney Garage, will lay the cars up
for complete overhauling as fast
as he can and hopes to have every
thing in apple pie order within a
short time. He has taken the
agency for the Fisk Tires, a consign
ment of which will arrive within a
Ten dollars and costs were hand--d
out to Wm. Puaoi in Judge
Dole's court yesterday morning, as
the result of n joy-ride in a machine
which did not belong to him.
The county is doing some ex
cellent work in repairing the rough
spots on our otherwise perfect
Continued from page 1.
Every week they met, w i t h
ponderous volumes o f German
History or Literature under their
arms, and devoted a long afternoon
to serious study, while long Ger
man names and involved German
sentences ran through their minds
the rest of the time. As the result
of all this study they have come
out of the year with a vast respect
and admiration for the German in
tclkct and the German people and
a vast realization of how much
nunc there is that might be known
about them. Head of the work
committee, Mrs. Hans Isenberg
was most efficient, her grasp of
the subject being so comprehensive
and her enthusiasm so infectious
that there was steadily growing
interest in what seemed first an
unattractive range of work.
During the summer months the
club will be on vacation, resuming
work again the first Wednesday of
October. The work for next year
will be along the lines of general
K. A. C.'s
On the K. A. C. grounds, a large
number of enthusiastic fans were
given an exhibition of first-class
ball. Waimea took the game with
a score of 5 to 4, but earned it with
a still fight. The K. A. C. team
is in good form this season and
contains some excellent material.
The Waimeas are a clean lot of
sports, and know the game. How
ever, their battery is a trifle weak,
but their fielding i s considered
second to none.
After getting a safe lead of 9
runs the Lihues lost to Koloa. The
score stood 12 to 3 in favor of Lihue
when i n the 9th. the Koloas
bunched ten runs ending the game
with a score of 13 to 12. The fact
that the Koloas ran up the score
which gave them the game by an
eyelash, after two outs, indicates
that the Lihue bunch had suddenly
been placed in the "air-y-playin"
class, with their anchor completely
out of working order. A blocked
ball, weak pitching, and general
roudyism upon the part of the Ko
loa team, is the excuse given by
the Lihue team for its defeat.
By big odds, the chief interest
in baseball doings Sunday, centered
in Kilauea, where the crack Mc
Bryde team tackled the Kilaueas
who as yet have not met defeat
this season. The weather was fine
and a s a result, hundreds o f
spectators gathered from all parts
of the island to see the contest be
tween these two popular teams.
The McBryde people are to b e
greatly admired for the support
they give their team. Autos, filled
with pretty girls, bearing flutter
ing penants of their team, border
ed the diamond and rooted so en
thusiastically that even Kilauea's
big manager felt that in justice to
their efforts, the score should have
been closer. Among McBryde's
prominent citizens a t the game
were also Walter McBryde,
Manager Alexander, and a number
of Makaweli'splayers, among whom
were Honan and J. Fassoth, the
battery. Nor was the McBryde
contingency more enthusiastically
represented by the tair sex than
was Kilauea, for the pretty fans
for which Kilauea is famous, dotted
the field like so many butterflies ,
cheering in turn against the Mc-
Brydes as their favorites executed
some successful stunt.
The Kilaueas were there with;
their quiet, but result-getting
method which never fails to not
only win the game but also win
the admiration of the fans. How
ever, the three runs in the first, is
all that saved them from a tie as
the McBrydes took a new lease on
life and swatted Wood all over the
grounds for a few minutes. The
McBrydes played excellently, their
fielding being an improvement on
their last game, and a good support
to the battery. The game was not
marred by a n y unpleasantness,
both managers Loveland and San
born, proving their efficiency as
such. The summary o f the game
McBryde Takitani singled.
Loveland singled to first, Takitani
blew out on 2nd. Andrade took
1st. on being struck by ball. Spald
ing flew to ss. Aki flew to lb. No
Kilauea Kerr flew to If, Geo.
Akaua singled, Sanborn swatted a
2 bagger, scoring Akana. Wood
flew to rf. J. Pacheco banked a 2
bagger, and Sanborn paced over
the home slab. Here Gabriel sin
gled, letting Pacheco kiss the home
plate. Gabriel after beating it to lb
decided to get 2nd. but flunked
in the act and cashed in. 3 runs.
McBryde Madeiros struck out,
Akana joined him from pitcher to
1st. and Perriera, thinking the
other two in need of company, also
fanned. No run.
Kilauea Theo. Pacheco made
1st. on error of 1st. base, while
J. Akana went out ss to 1st. Pa
checo advanced to 2nd. Lorenso
singled, scoring T. Pacheco. Kerr
flew to rf, Geo. Akana rapped a 2
bagger, bringing Lorenso home.
Sanborn was shelved ss to 1st, end
ing the inning with 2 more runs
for the home team.
McBrvde Johnson singled, Ta
kitani flew to If, when Gabriel
sounded h i s death knell by a
beautiful catch. Johnson faded out
of existence somewhere between lb
a u d 2nd in an attempt t o
make a steal, while Loveland was
saved in attempt to run by an out
from catcher. No run.
R T S!
Kilauea Wood was forced to
wood-up by pitcher to 1st, J.
checo died in a flight to rf . while'
a neat play from ss to 1st. put a
short stop to Gabriel's efforts until
further notice. No run.
McBryde Andrade fanned,
Spalding, owing to a bunch of
errors, pulled up at 2nd. stole 3rd
and on a single by Aki, came pran
cing home. Madeiros fanned, Aka
na bit the dust from a pretty play
from 3rd. to 1st. One run.
Kilauea Theo. Pacheco took a
flight to ss. J. Akana died from ss
to 1st. and Lorenso put the Kibosh
on the remaining chance in a fly to
left field. No run.
McBryde Perriera met his fate
from pitcher to 1st, Johnson con
nected a fly with 2nd, while a play
from pitcher to 1st, rounded out
Takitaui's existence No run.
Kilauea Kerr binged a two
bagger, Geo. Akana got his from
pitcher to 1st, and a double play
from a fly by Sanborn, put the;
laueas quietly to sleep. No rttn.
McBryde Loveland walked, and
made 2nd o n pass ball. Then
things began to happen. Andrade
landed a 3 bagger, and Loveland
turkey-trotted h o m e . Spalding
placed a 2 bagger, scoring Andrade.
Aki flew to 2nd, Madeiros flew to
If, and Akana in making 1st on
error got Spalding over home plate.
Perriera went out pitcher to 1st.
Kilauea Wood's n a m e was
changed to Dennis in a play from
pitcher to 1st. J. Pacheco walked
and managed to steal 2nd. Gabriel
walked. Theo. Pacheco dealt a 2
baser, scoring J. Pacheco, and
Gabriel. J. Akana went out 3rd to
1st, while Lorenso expired as the
result of a play from center to 1st.
McBryde Johnson singled. Ta
kitani singled, Johnson lost his
breath at 2nd. Takitani reached
2nd on steal. Loveland bunted. Ta
kitani died on 3rd. Loveland moved
to 2nd on steal. Andrade fanned,
Loveland stole 3rd. Spalding went
out from 3rd to pitcher, and Love
land reached home. One run.
Kilauea Kerr made 1st on erVor
of If, and stole 2nd, while Geo.'"
Akana was granted a pass to 1st
on balls. Ken stole 3rd, Akana
stole 2nd. Sanborn went out catcher
to 1st, and Kerr scored on error.
Wood fanned. Geo. Akana scored
on wild throw 1st t o 3rd. J .
Pacheco lost his lease on life on rf.
McBryde Aki sang his dying
notes to a tune executed by pitcher
and 1st baseman, and so enchanted
was Madeiros that he did likewise.
Then Akana walked, a n d here
Perreira sealed matters with a hot
drive to center field. No run.
Kilauea Bingo! Kerr fanned.
Theo. Pacheco callapsed likewise
andj. Akana was clothed in the
death shroud from ss to 1st. The
crafty McBryde twirler was evi
dently on the job. No run.
McBryde Johnson, one of tl
crack batters, failed to get in lj?
stick work and went to an un
worthy death at the hands of a
combination evidently done pur
posely and feloniously of t h e
pitcher to 1st. Takitani walked,
stole 2nd and 3rd, Loveland died
gracefully from the same combina
tion which put the lid on Johnson's
coffin Pitcher t o 1st. Andrade
singled, rakitani romped home.
Spalding swatted a single hander,
scoring Andrade, Aki singled,
Spalding stole 3rd, Maderios in a
straight shot to pitcher, added the
finishing touch to one of the best
and cleanest ball games of the sea
son. Two runs.
Next Sunday's Gamos.
Kilauea Kapaa June 16
Makaweli to Lihue June 16
Waimea to McBryde June 16
STANDING OF TEAMS
W. L. Pc
Kilauea 4 0 1000
Makaweli 3 1 750
McBryde 2 2 500
K. A. C. 2 2 500
Waimea 2 2 500
Lihue 1 4 200
Koloa 1 4 200
K. A. C's 4