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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, August 13, 1912, Page 6, Image 6',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
Next Sunday's Games
The Lihues went out of it for
the present ball season last Sunday,
when they were defeated by the
Makaweli team on the latter's
grounds. The game was considered
a close one and proved interesting
until the 9th inning when a dis
pute arose after which the least i
said the better. Suffice t o say
that the wind-up was anything else
but baseball. The score stood 8-7
in favor of Makaweli, at the close.
The McBrydes defeated the Wai
meas Sunday with 'a score of 10-7
in as fine an exhibition of ball as
has been seen on the field. Up to
the 8th. inning, the game was neck
and neck, but the big McBryde's
proved just a bit too classy for" the
home sports. The game was called
in the forenoon in order to enable
the teams to pull off the game and
get back to Makaweli to see the
Here on Sunday, the home team
had" to shake the dust from their
shoe tacks to prevent defeat at the
hands of their next door neighbors,
the K. A. C's. The scores here
were 5-4 in favor of Kilauea, after
one of the most exciting games of
the season. A big crowd of tans
greeted the players, who played
the game with vigor a n d vim t John
from the very start. Taken all
in all, Sunday's games were pro
ductive of the closest scores of the
K. A. C. to McBryde
Makaweli to Koloa .
Waiinea to Kilauea
G. W. L. PC.
Rizal 4 3 1 .750
L. J. C. 3 2 1 .666
J. A. C. 5 3 2 .600
Kapaia 3 12 .333
Mokihana 3 0 3 .0Q0
Mokihana vs. Kapaia at 1 v. m.
I,. I. C. s. J. A. C. at 3 i M.
You'll Go To Grass
just 'as surely as does the loose stock, if
you equip yourself with one of our Golden
Gate or Freemont Ball-bearing Lawn Mowers.
They leave a ridgeless swath in their
wake, as smooth as that velvet rug on your
Pereira, Spalding Mc-
Bryde's crack short stop and the
pride of Kauars Portuguese ball
STANDING OF TEAMS
P. W. L. Pc.
Makaweli 5 4 1 800
McBryde 5 4 1 800
Lihuc 6 4 2 667
Kilauea 5 3 2 600
K. A. C. 5 2 3 400
Waimea 5. 1 4 200
Koloa 5 0 5 000
In John Pereira, the McBryde
team has a short-stop who has won
distinction as one of the most
skillful on Kauai, his playing dur
ing the present season being but
little less than remarkable.
Mr. Pereira is connected with
one of the McBryde pumping sta
tions, but chances are that he
may take a trip to the coast next
year, negotiations being pending
with one of the coast league teams
wherein he is offered a position.
Have vou seen what we offer in
line? If not, come right in and let us con
vince you that we have just what you want.
OUR GARDEN HOSE
is another necessity for the well kept lawn
during this drouth. If you are not satisfied
with what you have, we can supply you
with a hose which Will satisfy you.
Haberdashery & Drygoods
ft rl III hII II II t ffik CSfflW M
Annual Meeting Notice
The Annual Meeting of the Hui
Kuai Aina o t Wainiha, Kauai,
will be held on the 5th day of
September. 1912. at 10:00 o'clock
A. si., 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 a n d place
(Signed) Jajiks K. Apolo,
Anahola Kauai. Tuly 27th, 1912.
Several, young, unbroken
fillies and drivine marei,
by 'heir tide. Addreti all comn unication or call
at the home of the undersigned where stock can
OLAF THRONAS, Papaa. Kauai. P. O. Kealia
Billiard Tables and Bowling Goods.
An almost now piano is
ollbrod for mill1. Ori
ginally cost SToO.00. Will um'pt moet any
roiisomiblo price. Inquire- of f. Padgett,
One sot Harness, Siu.00,
f0.00, co.t SloO.OO new and lirst punit
in almost good as new. Apply t h is
fully equipped, in first class condition and
good as new. For full purtieulars, con
sult, .1. I. Silva, Kleole Store.
THE BRUNSWICK -BALKE
71 Queen St., Honolulu
Have juit received their firft shipment
of the new
and SIX POCKET
We also cary a large stock of
BO WLING ALLEYS
is hereby given that m y
wife, nee Uosy Antono Pn-
olicco. liaviner left mv bed and hnnril
without caue, I shall not be rcsnon-
sibleor any debts contracted by her.
Dated at Koloa, Kauai, August .", lilll'.
N0TIPF Is ,iuri'1,y t,hvn tliiit tiL
nVlllsL undersigned will sell to
any one, all his interests in the estate of
W. Hodge, deceased, his grandfather.
Tliis estate consists of one (full) share
owned by the said AV. Hodge in the Hui
Aina of Wainiha, Kauai nei, and other
interests in said Hui acquired by the
said W. Hodge by purchase.
I can'bo found either at Mr. J. II.
Coney's residence or at my residence.
Hut if I cannot bo found at either place
pleato ask my wie for me.
Ki"Lui.ii (W. IIoixu:,)
Niuuialu, Liliue, Kauai.
I fKT A nwur(1 of -0.00 will l)e paid
LUJ1 for the return of a small, croco
dile leather 'bag which was lost botu eon
Xawiliwili and Kilauea last Wednesday.
A description of the bag is as follows:
Made of crocodile leather, lias a silver
shield marked "M. M. W." on one-ide,
and "tia-en Hunk, Koliala, Hawaii, on
the other side.
Contents: two $20.00 notes, ono $10.00
note, two 10.00 gold pieces, a signet
ring, a locket, a box of keys, etc.
If returned to this office, the above re
ward will bo paid promptly. tf.
Pealed proposals will be received at
the ollice of II. U. Wishard, V ice chair
man Kauai avm Fund Commission, I.i
hue, Kauai, until 10 o'clock a. m . Wed
nesday, Sept. 4th. 101L', and then open
ed, for t ho construction of a two-story
Frame Huilding for the County of Kauai.
Plans and specifications and forms of
proposals may 1h obtained from Hiploy,
Reynolds & Davis, Architects, Host on
building, Honolulu. A deposit of $10 will
1h required for each sot of plans and
sH!cifications, and a certified chock for
u iilin equal to live per cent of the
amount of the bid must accompany the
Miss Angeline Silva of Waimea
has returned home after a two
years absence during which time
she has been attending the Penn
sylvania State Normal.
Health Inspector Honau of Ko
loa came over last Thursday to in
spect the sanitary work which is
under construction here.
We believe in Soerrv Flour
every day and every hour. tf.
Sperrv products for the house
wife, the trade, the best that's
illiH a' mariner
Silva's Toggery, Let.
"The. Store for Good Clothes"
All the Big
If you attend any of the
big colleee frames vou will find
that the ball almost invariably
used is the REACH OFFICIAL
AMERICAN LEAGUE HALL.
College men won't have anvthine
but the BEST that's why they all use
College men know too Hint the Reach Hall lias been adopted by the
American League for ten years, and is the Official League Hall. No other
' The Beach Trade-mark on all Sporting Goods Is a guarantee ol quality It means satis
faction, a new article or your money back (except on Balls and Bu under S 1.00)
-tCT- ThallVinil niTinrir nice n i if itt.r...
nlzed authority of tin American League. History and photo's of VorhX
iSeries. Schedules, records, &c. 10 cents at dealers' or by uiall.
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
THE KAPAIA AUTO COMPANY
Our big 1912 model, 3 seater, upholteircd liuick, is the car
you are looning for if you wish to travel in comfort and safety.
Reasonable rates and careful drivers. Spec ial attention is
given commercial travelers.
Any time you may wish to make a hurry-up
call you will find us "on the job."
M. TO G O
Sperry flour t h e htst
where, the hakers declare.
The flour ot the west is Sperry's
The hest flour known, in every
home Sperry flour. tf.
210.211 flo.con BIJg.