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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
It remained for Koloa, a team
which has met defeat at the hands j
of every other team in the series,
to administer the greatest defeat
the Makaweli's have received dur
ing the second series. The doing
up of three Makaweli pitchers and
bringing in ten home runs were
among the spectacular events of
the game. The overwhelming de
feat of this big team by the Ko
loas, partly consoles them for be
ing at the lower wring of the
ladder for, even if they are at the
bottom, they have the satisfaction
of administering a knock-out to a
team where other supposedly much
stronger teams had tried and fail
ed. Aka occupied the box for the
home team and did heady work,
while every other member of the
team, filled his post with equal
ability. In the 8th., two straight
home runs were made in scccession
off Akina's balls. There were none
on bases, and the home runs were
entirely dependent on the batting
which was professional if nothing
; else. The game was well attended
and productive of t li e usual
amount of Koloa enthusiasm.
. . . .....
The game of baseball here
between the home team and the K.
A. C's would have resulted in a
complete shut-out of the visitors
had they not made a flunk run.
Not much enthusiasm was shown
during the game, the rooters being
almost entirely silent. The winning
by McBrvde, gives it thechampion-1
ship of the second series. The)
score stood 8-1 in favor of McBryde :
at the close of the game.
STANDING OF TEAMS
K. A. C.
The Kilaueas took a farewell fall
'.out of the Waimeas Sunday on the
.latter 's sandy diamond. The visi
tors played with a determination to
'lose n o further chances, a n d
succeeded i n landing the game
with a 'score of 14-6. The home
team remained with the game like
stickine plaster, but the big lucky
Kilaueaites proved too much for
them. The game proved a big at
traction and was productive of ex
tremely energetic rooting, but nil
to no avail, for it became apparent
in the'early part of the game that
the visitors were easy winners.
L. J. C
J. A. C.
Athletes Are Interested
Much interest has been taken in
a recent letter published in this pa
per by K. C. Hopper, for athletes
to participate in the track and
Field meet which will be held in
Honolulu next February.
By getting an early start, Kauai
will have a better show in putting
forth her best matetial, and will
thus be enabled to capture about
all the prizes of any consequences
which may be put up. Kauai goes
into win, and, like everything else
she undertakes, she'll win too.
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Colonel Castulo Herrera, of the
rebel garrison in Juarez, Mex.,
has announced that a message
from Chihuah.ua gave details of
the blowing up of a federal troop
train by the rebels, and the killing
of all the troopers on board twenty
Annual Meeting Notice
The Annual Meeting of the Hui
Kuai Aina o t Waiuiha, Kauai,
will be held on the 5th day of
September, 1912, at 10:00 o'clock
A. ii., 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) jAMiiS K. Aroi.o,
Anahola Kauai. Tuly 27th, 1912.
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Several, young, unbroken
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Dated at Koloa, Kauai, August .", liill'.
NftTIf F is hmy given t0 the ''''
XUMlbLi bcrsoftlie k.j Club that
the annual meeting for the election o f
officers for the coming year will be held
at the Club's headquarters, Thursday,
August 22, J ML', at :.:o p. in.
MrtTIfP Is hereby given that the
nUlUjL. undersigned will sell to
any one, all his interests, in the estate of
W. Hodge, deceased, his grandfather.
This estate consists of one (full) share
owned by the said W. I lodge in the Hui
Aina of Wainiha, Kauai nei, and other
interests in said Hui acquired by the
said W. Hodge by purchase.
I can be found either at Mr. .1. II.
Coney's residence or at my residence.
Hut if I cannot be found at either place
please ask my wife for me.
Kr Liij.ii ( W. Hodoi:, )
Niuinalu, Lihue, Kauai.
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BO WLING ALLEYS
I ftCT A reward of ? 20.00 will be paid
LUOl for the return of a small, croco
dile leather bag which was lost between
Nawiliwili and Kilauea last AVednesday.
A description of the bag is as follows:
Made of crocodile leather, has a silver
shield marked "M. M. V." on oneidc,
and "Ureen Hunk, Kohala, Hawaii, m
the other side.
Contents: two $20.00 notes, one sMu.UO
note, two $10.00 gold pieces, a signet
ring, a locket, a box of keys, etc.
If returned to this ollice, the above re
ward will be paid promptly. tf.
The first woman candidate for
the California Legislature will be
Mrs. A. L. Hamilton of Pasadena,
according to announcement.
William Stewart. Ninth cavalry,
Fort Russel, Wyo., was sentenced
to twenty-five years in the peni
tentiary for the murder of William
A. Rucker a fellow soldier.
When T. M. Ferguson, a driver
in a trotting race at Santa Cruz.
Calif., fell dead from his sulky in
the stretch, Dot McKinney, his
mare, finished first in the race,
circled the track and trotted to her
Will Lraynor, twenty-one, of
Koshkonong, Wis., was struck
over the heart by a pitched ball
and fell dead.
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