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(or have built for you)
Any Kind of a Builidng,
You need to know about these
Send to the
IRON WORKS CO.
For free samples and catalogues.
LEWERS & COOKE,
That, in addition to increasing their
already large stock of
. BUILDERS' HARDWARE,
they have created
A NEW DEPARTMENT
in which will be handled
Tools of many kinds; Garden Implements
and Garden Hose v
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individual or in combination
Comb and Brush Trays4
A little outlay makes your Bathroom
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The ftfndameiit-.il principle of life insurance
is PROTECTION. We furnish it at the
lowest rates. Over two billion-, two hundred
million insurance now in force.
Hawaiian Trust Co., Ltd., 934 Fort St.
Fancy figured silk and muslins in great variety. New assort
ment of children's head and foot wear. Fine line of Ladies
Trimmed Hats just the thing for the Holy Ghost Festival.
J. I. Silva Eleele.
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s'JZm llil I ii Phone 178 Nawiliwili
sM te ii (Chiba's old Stand)
111 I One Five-Seater Maxwell I
K-'I , M I
The Popular Store
We have a new Delivery Wagon
This store has engaged the ivse3!es of a new delivenman to
take goods to our customers on the other islands. His name is
Uncle Sam. lie is the world's leading expert in his line. He
gets there with the goods. He is careful and honest. lie began
woik with us on February 1st. In other words, since the firat
of that month we have availed ourselves of our privileges under
parcels post and send you goods from our store IJY MAIL,.
Send' your orders for all classes of drygcods anything that
doesn't exceed eleven pounds in weight we will send to you by
free delivery. The service wont cost you a cent.
WE PAY THE POSTAGE
N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co., Ltd.
P. O. Box 556 HONOLULU
One Five-Seater Maxwell
One Five-Seater Buick
Will meet all steamers Commercial Rates.
Honolulu Music Companx Ltd.
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88 KING STREET'
short inning. Cummincs went to
sleep p. to 1st, Malina fanned, and
so did Ah Fong. No run,
Koloa Andrade swatted the air,
striking what should haye been a
two bagger, but Ah Fong put a
tonner on hi in nt 1st. Lorenzo
singled, got too risky and faded
away in steal tb 2nd. luitarao sini?
led, stole 2nd, and Kuwamoto
finished matters with a strike out.
IJhue Makanaui was laid to
rest by Undertakers ritcner, anci
first base, Fernandes fanned. Ellis
ilso died at tne plate, evidently
not wishing to vary the program.
Koloa Perry took an order for
his coffin which was delivered at
1st just ahead of him. C. Kuhl
man walked stole 2nd. llo'nan snigg
led, Girvin scored, making the
second score ior the homers. An
drade took another fan. One run.
Lihue -Akoni singled, but got
lost between 1st and 2nd. Ahana
hurled, stole 2nd and third. At
this noint. with one down, Lihue
felt sure of at least one score, but
Kuhlmau got a line on himself and
landed Yokomoto in the top of a
cherry tree with a fan. Ming Goon
who had been substitude for Cum
mines, muchly, followed with :
strike-out, which took the wind out
of the Lihue team as it spoiled
ibout the only chance they had for
a run from start to finish. No run.
Koloa In this inning the home
team made its third and last score.
Lorenzo fanned. Futardo singled,
stole 2nd. Kuwamoto, s'ent a drive
to r. f, scoring Futardo, and an
choring o n 2nd. Perry singled,
but was a victim o f a pretty
double, p. to 3rd, and 3rd to 2nd.
Lihue Malina fanned himself
into dreamland, Waiau who subs
tituted Ah Fong, singled but check
ed up his accounts with the assis
tance of p. to 1st. Makanaui put
a neat pop ny to c. anu ine uen
once again sounded taps for Lihue.
Koloa C. Kuhlmau put a fly
to 2nd, Girvin engineered a fan,
. Kuhlmau singled and made
2nd on error by ss. Honau struck
out, ending the inning with no
additional laurels. No run.
Lihue Fernandes fanned, Ellis
ran out of gasolene before he could
discover 1st, and Akoni ended the
struggle with a farewell strike out.
Koloa Kuwamoto, ss; Perry
2b; C. Kuhlmau, cf; Girvin, lb,
A Knlilman, p; Honau, 3b; An
drade, If; Lorenzo, rf; Furtardo,
Lihue Makanaui, 3b; Fenian
ties, rf: Ellis. Ib; Akoni, If; Aha
na, sh-; Yokomoto, 2b, Cummings
rf: Malina, c; Ah Fong, p.
Scoi'.rs: Wi lie Dean and M. J.
Umpire, Charlie Aki.
Game began 2:1 o ended 3:55.
Fully six hundred spectators
witnessed the fame, which was
one ot the nest in tne History oi
Koloa. One of the pleasing features
of the game was the absence of the
hold-ups which have been too fre
quent heretofore to please the fans
the only indication of such being
when a dispu'e arose between the
Koloa Captain and the Umpire,
and Koloa's in-fielders gathered
around. However, it it was but for
a mere moment and the matter was
scarcely noticeable. The members
of both teams played the game, and
are to be congratulated on their
excellent work. Sheriff Rice was
among those who attended from Li
hue and when asked to toss the
first ball over the plate, dedlined,
explaining that such an act upon
his part was out of order in these
Standing of Teams
In Thu Circuit Coukt Oi' Tine
Firm Circuit Territory Ov
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
John K. Gandall, deceased.
NoTtcic To Creditors To
X lie undersikrneu, having heen
duly appointed Executrix under
the Will and of the Estate of John
K. Gitndall. hue deceased, hereby
gives notice to all creditors of said
deceastd to present their claims,
duly authenticated and with proper
ouchers, if any exist, even if the (
claim be secured by mortgage on J
real estate, to her at her residence,
Lihue, County of Kauai, lerritory
of Hawaii, within six months from
the date of the first publication of
this notice, said dale being April
22, 1913, or within six months
from the day when they fall, due,
or the same w.ill be forever barred.
Executrix tinder the Will and of
the Estate of John K. Gandall, de
ceased. Prosser, Anderson & Marx,
Attorneys for Executrix, Hono
lulu, T. H.
Matstunoto Yokichi, proprietor
of Matstunoto Store, Hanapepe,
having made a n assignment for
the benefit of his creditors, nil bills
against said Matstunoto Store
should be forwarded to the under
signed at Waimea, Kauai, duly
authenticated on or .before Mav
15th. 1913, otherwise said accounts
will be forever barred. ,
E. E. Maiiluji,
( - Assignee.
APPOINTMENT 0E EIRE WARDENS.
Notice is hereby given that Dis
trict Fire Wardens have been
appointed on the Island of Kauai
Mr. Frank A. Alexander in and
for that portion of the District of
Kona extending from the Hana
pepe Valley to the Puna District
Mr. Gaylord P. Wilcox in and
for that portion of-the Districts of
Koolau and Puna extending from
the land of Anahola to the land of
W. M. Gieeard,
President and Executive Officer
IJoard of Agriculture and Forestry.
Honolululu, T. H. April 29,
Tender For School Cottage
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, at Lihue Kauai
will receive bids until 12 o'clock
noon of June 4th. 1913 for furnish-'
ing all labor and materials and
constrttctjng a 5 room Teachers
Cottage at Waimea Kauai.
Plans and specifications will be -
furnished by the undersigned up
on receipt or $5,00
J. H. Moragne,
County Road Supervisor
VT v7 v
The Commercial Mans
DICK OLIVER, Manager
KILAUEA HAS FEAST
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The best flour known,
home Sperrv flour.
It is not in the words that others
say to us, but in those other words,
which these make u.i say to our
seh'es, that we find our gravest
lessons, and our sharpest rebukes.
"Got a relay team at your school
"A fast one, dad."
"So I hear. Fetch it around
Sattirdav and let's see how fast
you can relay some carpet."
NOW READTHE ADS
high mass was celebrated after
which a procession was formed, in
which the entire congregation, to
gether with the Lihue b and,
joined, inarching, singing and play
ing in and out through the beauti
arches which appeared in various
parts of the church yard. At the
conclusion of t h i s exercise, a
luncheon was served after which a
sale was conducted which netted a
goodlv sum. The stringed orcuestra
playing a number of selections
which are highlv appreciated. The
sale beiiiE over, the Lihue Pand
struck up ' Aloha Oe." which note
sounded the terminal of the most
enjoyable affair of the year.
Lihue Hand and orchestra
play in Koloa next Sunday.
Sperry products for the
wife, the trade, the best
SUNDAY'S BALL GAME
May 2 5
K. A. C. at Lihue, Chas. Aki
Koloa at McHryde, August Kruse
Makaweli at Kilauea, Sanbourn
E. A. Cooper, representing the
Star-lJulletin, is calling on the Ka
uai patrons of the popular evening
paper. This is Mr. Cooper's first
visit to the Garden Island, and he
has already become a live wire in
promotion circles concerning what
it has to offer the visitor.
Money Is Well Spent
.'iccortung t o secretary M c
liryde's report to the members of
the Kauai Loan Fund at the lasr
meeting, bills w e r e approved
which called for the last exnendi
lure of the Kauai Loan Fund.
This means that Kauai has spent
the sum of SIoo.ooo.oo on her
roads and bridges since the crea
tion of the loan fund, every cent
of-which shows for itself in the
excellent condition of our roads
. Robert Fricke, formerly of Ku
kuihaele, has accepted the head- k
lunaship of the Kilauea Plantation. ,
Kauai. He thus returns to the Gar
den Island, where he was for many
years prior to coming to Hama
kua. Kohala Midget.