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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
A reward of $20.00 will be paid
for the return of a small, crocodile
leather bag which was lost between
Nawiliwili and Kilauea last Wed
nesday. A description of the bag is
as follows: Made o f crocodile
. leather, has a silver shield marked
"M. M. W." on one side, and
"Green Bank, Kohala, Hawaii,"
on the other side.
Contents: two $20.00 notes, one
$10.00 note, two $10 gold pieces,
a signet ring, a locket, a box of
If returned to this office, the
above reward will be paid promptly-
"Mother," asked Bob. with a
hopeful eye on the peppermint
jar, "have I been a good boy this
"M-m-yes," answered mother,
dubiously, recalling a certain little
rift within the lute. The four-year-old
diplomat looked anxious.
"Please," he begged, "say a
wide-open yes!" Harper's Bazar.
A n almost new, 1911 model,
ford touring car four seater.
Very complete and i n first
class condition. Will sell cheap for
cash. For price and full particulars
enquire at Tub Gardhn Island
office. Just the car for rent service.
Annual Meeting Notice
The Annual Meeting of the Hui
Kuai Aina o f Wainiha, Kauai,
will be held on the 5th day of
September, 1912, at 10:00 o'clock
A. m., at the Meeting House of
the said Hui at Wainiha, and all
those interested in said Hui are
hereby requested to attend said
meeting at the time and place
(Signed) Jamks K. Aroio,
Anahola Kauai, July 27th, 1912.
Friend That they are going to
hang your picture.
All the Big
It you attend any of the
bie college frames vou will fii
. L . . t t 1 1 1 . . .
wax me oan almost invariably
used is the REACH OFF1CIAI
AMERICAN LEAGUE "ALL.
Collcce men won't have anvthinir
but the BEST that's why they all use
The KedlClV Ball
Colleen men know too tlint the Reach Hall lias been adopted by the
Araericau League for teu years, and is the Official League UalL No other
ball cau he useil In nnv I.enirtif. cntn Trtr ..-I..- ...
. JeB"dTrae;markonaUSpor!lp.flGoodsisa fluarantte ol quailty-lt means satis
faction, a ntw article or your money back (except on Balls and Bats under Si no)
Thy HEACIl OFFICIAL BASE HALL GHIDE Tim recoir
Sirt?.uiSMTi ct lhe !T1Mcn Iiroe. History and ptioto's cf World?!
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
Do You Travel?
Then it is well worth your knowing if
you wish the lightest, strongest, best trunk
it is possible to buy, and one that will give
distinction to your luggage that travelers
like, that you can get them here. No
chance for disagreement about the super
iority of our trunks.
Women, perhaps best understand their
worth because of convenience in arrange
ment for neat packing of plenty of articles.
Men like our trunks for their strength
Everybody likes them because they have
no rivals in reliability in every detail. All
kinds of grips, bags, dress suit cases, etc: '
Manager Franklin of the Bruns
wick billiard firm in Honolulu,
and owner of the popular Baltimore
lunch room, has fitted up new
quarters for a Baltimore No 2.
where, in addition to the excellent
service given at the Baltimore
No. 1, he will make a specialty of
wholesaling F. & F. fourteen per.
cent ice cream. The cream will
b e manufactured under strictly
sanitary conditions, and will be
delivered to all parts of Honolulu
in quantities from a quart
Island trade will be another
specialty of this new concern
Several, young, unlroken
fillici and driving marcs
Alio tome mnrci with colt
by their side. Address all communication orcall
at the home of the undersigned where stock can
OLAF THOMAS, Papaa, Kauai, P. O. Kealia
An ulinoft now piano is
olli'ivil for suit'. Ori-
j,'inully cost 750.00. Will iiccopt most any
reasonable price. Inquire of S. 1'udgett,
TJAn QAIE Almost new, $22.00 ice
lUli. JfiLL cbes-t with porcelain
water cooler, for $12.00; one buggy ""'1
Up, j H't of harness. Apply this ollice. tf.
Local And Personal
Billiard Tables and Bowling Goods.
THE BRUNSWICK -BALKE -CQLLENDER CO.
71 Queen St., Honolulu -
Have juit received their firft shipment
of the new
We also cary a large stock of
Sperry flour Best on the coast,
is the housewife s boast. tf.
The Board of Supervisors will
will tomorrow morning at ten
Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Bertram
Waiinea were in Tjihue Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Hans. Isenberg
are spending a month i n their
Miss Mary Silva, the
SPOR T S!
There was mourning in Eleele
after the game.
The Kilauea's deserved their
Thev have a pitcher now, who
knows his business only eighteen
years old and a Hawaiian.
lhe umpires were chiefly to
blame for the trouble.
Pitcher Wood was in the out
The Tyihucs are on the top now
instead of last place.
The game in L,ihue was very
The visitors were toyed with
as a mouse by a cat.
The home boys were evidently
saving their strength lor tile
struggle in Makaweli next Sun
The Waimea's have not as yet
protested the game with theK. A.
The latter played winning ball.
The whole Eastern side of the
Island made a clear sweep against
the Western and Southern side,
lhe Koloa s may not win a
game in this series.
They could not rally in the
ninth like last time.
It looks like two or three teams
may tie for first place in this
Continued from page 5
I did tny best to give everyone a
square deal. I naturally take no
exception to the fact that my de
cision is protested. That is fair
enough if the Waimea team thinks
there are grounds for a protest,
but I do take exception to the in
sinuations of the team, and of Mr.
Cox in particular, that I dealt un
fairly with them.
Yours very truly,
-Cwitouu F. Whitk,
STANDING OF TEAMS
P. W. L. PC.
Lihuc 5 4 1 800
Makaweli 4 3 - 1
MeBryde 4 3 1
Kilauea 4 2 2 SW
K. A. C. 4 2 2 500 t
Waimea 4 I 3 250
Koloa 50 5 000
Next Sunday's Games
K. A. C. to Kilauea
MeBryde to Waimea
Lihue to Makaweli
The Lihue ball park is the only j
one on the island wher.e no record j
is kept of the games by which the J i here is a gang of Portuguese
public can keen tab on the- scores, j hoodlums who congregate in the
etc. This is a most lamentable
fact, and one which should, least
of all places, be applicable to the
best ball park on Kauai.
vicinitv of the Hanamaulu Store
every evening and persist in shout
ing and whistling as people pass
by, and who are sorely united of
Jas. Edwards of Kilauea, accom- attention of the police deparment..
panied by his daughter Ethel, ' If such conduct continues, some of
leaves fof Honolulu this afternoon. I those who are made the object of "
Mr. Edwards will make a short I their annoyance, will take matters
visit to the coast, while Miss Ethel, in their own hands, with results
will visit friends in Honolulu un- that may not be soon forgotten by
til the end of vacation time. 1 these rough-necks.
C. ACHONG AI
Agent for the M. M. Motocycle -the machine with a rec
ord. Its beautiful lines and easy running qualities, its silent,,
but powerful motor, all go to show its superiority over all
Four Models as Follows:
The M. M. Twin 8 h. p. Price $ 260.00
The M. M. " four-fifty 8 h. p. " 235.00 - '
The M. M. Special " 195.00
The M. M. Battery Special ' 170.00
Prices f. o. b. Nawiliwili
No handsomer machine ever turned out than the M. M.
LET ME "SHOW YOU"
Mrs. C. A. Rice and family re
turned home from a week-end stav
at the Robinson mountain home.
A notice of the calling of a
special term of the Circuit Court
of the Fifth Circuit appears in this
Miss Lottie Jordan one of
Lihue's popular school marms is
spending the balance of her vaca
tion with friends in Honolulu.
C. Achong Ai, has entered the
motor-bike field, and appears for
the first time in to-day's issue,
bidding for a share of your patronage.
li. Moller, the veteran sugar
boiler of Koloa, accompanied by
Mrs. Moller, leaves for Honolulu
this afternoon for a week-end visit
Dr. Myers who has been stop
ping a t the Hotel Fairview for
several weeks has been called to
assist Dr. West at the Makaweli
Hospital, blie expects to be awav
for several days
Miss Alva Gardner, a Kalaheo
teacher who has been the guest of
Miss Lulu Weber since school
closed, left for Honolulu Saturday,
where she will remain for two
Mrs. Noonan of Honolulu, who
has been the house guest of Mrs.
C. B. Makee of Hanalei for several
weeks returned h o m e o n the
Kinau Saturday. While here, Mrs.
Noonan was the guest of Honor at
numerous social functions.
Automobile converts since last
issue: J. II. Coney, Frank Craw
ford and K. C. Hopper. The first
two gentlemen are the proud
possessors of new Buicks, while
X. C. Hopper has a Maxwell. The
Kauai Gaiage is to be blamed for
the new converts.
Haberdashery & Drygoods
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iSisiii $i'50, $2 $2'so anj up u
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