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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
liilt will bo received by the Knunl
Ixmn Fund Commission for the con
ftruetion of a 100 foot re-enforced con
crete girder bridge at Kiliiuea, up to
r o'clock noon, July 3rd. lillli. l'lans
and specifications will bo furnished upon
application to J. II. Moniguc, lingineer
Loan Fund Commission, said application
to bo accompanied by $5.00.
J. 11. Mohaonk,
Kngineer Kauai Loan Fund Commission.
fourteen per cent ot tne egg is
Street gas lamps were first
in London in 1807.
A North Dakota man lias an
In 140 wasps' nests, there was
an average of 25,000 insects.
German silver is an alloy of
nickel, copper and zinc.
The term reverend w a s first
applied to a clergyman in 1657.
A flash of lightning has heen
known to cure a case of neuritis.
A n almost new, 1911 model,
ford touring car four seater.
Very complete and in first
class condition. Will sell cheap for
cash. Kor price and full particulars
enquire at Tin; Garden Island
office. Just the car lor rent service.
FOR SALE- One Maxwell
Touring car, in good condition.
Cheap for cash.
One bay mare, 14 1-2 hands
high, well broken and not afraid
of autos. ' Also cart and harness,
new. Price $250.00.
One Peter Right anvil, 150lbs;
; one 30 inch bellows, cheap.
FOR SALE Second-hand
Indian motorcycle. Twin Cylin
der, 7 horsepower. Apply to the
Used by The
fill the Big
If you attend any of
big college eames you will find
that the ball almost invariably aiiS'i-ISs.
used is the REACH OITICIAlXK tSflf
AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL. KjJ,
College men won't have an) thing Vrffti
but the J3EST-that s why they all use
. Now that the Summer days are
here, we wish to call the attention of
our lady patrons, to our offerings in
Our Summer Dress Goods include Dress Linens,
French Ginghams, Pique, Lawns, Batistes, and Swiss
EMBROIDERY and LACE DEPARTMENT
Our Embroidery and Lace Department contains
an assortment of beautiful designs of the latest pat
ems and are exceptional value for the price.
College men know too that tlie Reach Ball lias been adopted by the
American League for ten years, andls the Official League Hall. No other
uuu caa uc ufcu m uny league game iticc CVCrywncrc, fl7$,
Sporting Goods Is a guarantee ol quality It means satis-
Daclt (except on Balls and BiU under $1.00).
The Beach Trade-mark on a
taction, a new article or your money
Tne HEACIl OFFICIAL IIAHK HALT. fllTITlK.
nlzed authority of the American League. IHMory and pnoto'a of
Series. Schedules, records, Ac. 10 cents at dealers' or by mall.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
m i i r y. n 11 m
rtf n m est
The game between the K. A. C's
incl the Kilauea's was, notwith
standing its being a one-sided
affair, an interesting one and at
tended by a fairly large crowd of
fans. The Kilauea team has not
been beaten this season and as
their strength is known to be
stronger than the Waimea's, 'their
chances for winning the champion
ship of the first series are excellent.
The McBrydes and Waitneas
played the best ball of anv of the
big leagues Sunday if the scores
are any criterion as they were close
enough to indicate good playing.
These two teams are pretty well
matched i :i strength and played
a game well worth seeing.
LOAN FUND MEETS
Continued from page 1.
This bridge needed prompt at
tention and very necessary work in
the way of new concrete piers, and
he requested authority to proceed
with this work.
Upon motion, duly seconded,
PHILIP L. RICE,
Lihue - - Kauai
Billiard Tables and Bowling Goods.
R U M S WICK - BALKE - (MENDER GO.
7 1 Queen St., Honolulu
Have just received their first shipment
of the new
Witt make monthly headquarter
as per tchedute below
I- 10, 13-14
II- 12 -15-17
authorized t o
We also cary a large stock of
work on this
Upon motion the sum of $1000
was appropriated and set aside for
the regrading of this section.
Hanapepe School, Chances
The Superintendent of Instruc
tion, Mr. H. H. Brodie, presented
certain proposed changes to the
new school building which would
be of material benefit in the matter
of light, air, etc., and stated that
the same met with his approval as
well as with that of the inspector
in charge. After due consideration
the Board decided to accept of the
changes, the same to be carried
out at a cost not to exceed
$106, and the secretary was in
structed to notify the contractor
and the inspector. Upon motion
duly seconded, the meeting ad
journed subject to the call of the
W. D. McBryde,
Kauai Loan Fund Commission.
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K. A. C.'a
111 accordance w i t h the
postal laws governing second
class mail matter i. e., "not
more than three copies of any
newspaper can be mailed to
any unpaid subscriber etc.,
we beg to inform subscribers
to the Garden Island that
ten days after the receipt of
a bill for their subscription, if
the amount is not paid, the
paper will be discontinued
without further notice.
Samuel Werner, son of Deputy
Sheriff Werner o f Hanalei, i
student of the Honolulu Normal
School, came down last Wednes
day morning on his summer vaca
The Lihuc's met defeat at the
hands of the Makaweli's Sunday
with a score of 15-3. Willie Opu-
nui i roved an expert Httlcjpitchcr,
but his support was weak, unorga
nized and consequently constantly
n the air. Ihe visiting team had
our boys at mercy at all stages of
the game, being at no time seriously
threatened. This winning by Ma
kaweli gives it still a chance to tie
Kilauea in the first series. This is
of course problematical, as the
latter has a much stronger team
than the Waimea's with whom the
Kilauea's play the remaining game
of the series. The Lihue game by
innings was as follows:
Makaweli Zerbe fanned, J. Ho-
nan singled but died in attempted
steal to 2nd on hot one from catcher
to 2nd. Johnson struck out. No
Lihue Lorenso walked, but
died on way to 2nd, from pitcher
to 2nd, then Sixto singled and died
precisely as did Lorenso. Opunui
struck a pop to ss. who passed it to
1st, where he got his slats swatted.
Makaweli Akina walked and
got 2nd, on pucner s paiic. j .
Fassoth singled. Akina advanced
to 3rd and scored on pass ball. J.
Fassoth anchored on 3rd on pass
ball. Oneha walked, and Ed. Ho
nan enlivened things up a bit by
driving a 2 bagger to It, scoring
Fassoth. Rankin fanned, and on
wild throw from catcher to 3rd,
Oneha and Houan came over the
home plate. Kani and Zerbe struck
out in quick succession. Four runs
Lihue Makanaiii struck out
Kamaka did likewise while Karnau
met his fate in a play from 2nd to
1st. No run.
Makaweli J. Honan, Akina and
Joe Fassoth, accounted for three
strike outs in about as m a n
minutes. This piece of extremely
good battery work by the home
team was met with a tremenduous
applause by the fans. No run.
Lihue A play from ss. to 1st,
killed further progress as far as
Henry Malina was concerned. Ana-
kalito fanned himself t o sleep.
Waiau singled, stole 2nd, and on
wild throw from catcher to 2nd,
got to 3rd. Lorenso flew to 2nd.
Makaweli J. Fassoth fanned (to
his evident surprise,) Oneha flew
into the catcher's nuts, while ss to
1st, nailed Ed. Honan to the cross.
Lihue Sixto fanned, Opunui
made safe hit, stole 2nd, Makanani
flew to If. Kamau also popped into
the If. No run.
Makaweli Rankin fanned, Ka
ne walked. Cerbe made safe hit.
made 3rd on error and scored Ka
ne. J. Honan singled, and Zerbe
scored on pass ball. Johnson walk
ed, stole to 3rd. Akina flew to
catcher, and Houan scored on pass
ball by catcher. J. Fassoth singled.
scering Johnson, Fassoth's funeral
notes being sounded at 2nd. Four
Lihue Kamau went out ss to
1st, H. Malina singled, stole 2nd,
and made 3rd on wild throw from
catcher to 2nd. Anakalito walked,
stole 2nd, Waiau fanned, Lorenso
covered himself with glory by
putting one out to rf , scoring Ma
nna and Anakalito. Sixto flew to
3rd. Two runs.
Makaweli Oneha walked, Ed
Houan singled, Rankin fanned
Kane swatted a 2 bagger, scoring
Oneha and Honan. Zerbe walked
J. Honan flew toss, Johnson struck
2 bate hit, scoring Kane, Akina
died ss to IbL Three rutis. v
Lihue Opiiiuii got lost p. to 1st.
Makanani walked, stole 2nd, Ka
maka fanned and Kamau b y a
bunt on 3rd strike was counted
out by Umpire. No run.
Makaweli J. Fassoth walked,
stole 2nd, Onelia scored a 2-bnse
hitf bringing 'Fassoth home. Ed.
Honan flew to 2nd, Raukiu singled
scoring Oneha, Kane struck out
while Zerbe singled scoring, Rankin
J. Honan went out -2nd to 1st.
Lihue "H. "Malina fanned, Ana
kalito died 2nd to 1st. Waiau
singled, and Lorenso ended the
7th. in a stright drive to 2nd. No
Makaweli Here the Lihues
took a renewal of their lease on life
and did effective work. J. Honan
flew to 3rd, Akina fanned and J.
Fassoth popped over to 2nd. No
Lihue The only home run. n
the game was made in this inniiftfl
Sixto fanned, Opunui flew to 3rd,
and Makanani slugged one to left
field, landing it just within the
chalk line, placing it a m o n g
vehicles and horses which prevent
ed recovery of the ball in time to
hold off a home run. Kamaka got
1st, on being struck by ball, and
Kamau died in a fly to If. One run.
Makaweli Oneha died to 1st.
E. Honan got base on 3rd strike.
Rankin went out 2nd to 1st. 'Kane
out to 1st. No run.
Lihue H. Malina flew to 2nd.
Anakalito expired 2nd to 1st.
Waiau singled but got sand bagged
as the result of an over-desire to
connect with 2nd. No run.
Umpire, Dick Oliver.
Score keeper, Yoshilnoto.
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K. A. C's
STANDING OF TEAMS
K. A. C.
Next Sunday's Games.
Kilauea to Waimea June 23
Koloa to Makaweli June 23
McBryde to Kapaa June 23
Crack Lihue Pitcher Returns
Willie Opunui, one of the
Kauai's crack ball players came up
on Wednesday's Kinau and was
met with open arms by local sports.
Willie is in trim and lined up in
Sunday's game where he show'fcfe'
himself to be there with the same
class of ball that he put up last
lihue Gets Junior Leaguers
Lihue is to have a Junior ball
league. All arrangements are com
plete even to uniforms, raits, etc.,
and by Sunday next everything
will be in readiness to open the
series. On Sundays when the big
league playes here, two games
will be pulled off, the Juniors tak
ing the diamond at the end of the
big game. This will give the Li
hue fans one game every Sunday
and on some occasions, two.
Sheriff Rice has been of great assis
tance in the organization of the
Junior League and will continue
to occupy the position of fatherly
protectorate over its destinies.
Miss Mahikoaonc of Kalihiwai's
popular young ladies returned from
Honolulu Wednesday. Miss Ma
hikoa is a student of Kamehame
ha school for girls, and is home
for the summer vacation.
Lee Austin, Davie & Co. ,'s all
around traveling representative is
paying his respects to our isluud
The Scotchmen are the heaviest
on the average of all British subjects.