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FACTS FOR TOURISTS
Makaweli, Kauai, T. II.,
July 9, 1913.
A t Makaweli, on f Sunday the
6th. the Fnts cleaned up on the
Slats to the tune of 23 to 9. They
took about 2 horns .to do it in the
funniest possible ways. During
the first two innings one ofa the
greatest merriment provokers was
v h e n Manuel Rodrigues, after
getting a little way towards second
from first, and after dodging away
from the second baseman, who was
trviwr desperately to touch him,
stopped. The second baseman's
attention was then suddenly di
verted elsewhere and Manuel tried
to start, but too suddenly; for his
egs deserted the support of Ins
body and he bounced on the base
ne, but seemed to ' bounce just
aboflt right, for he very quickly
got to si-rond safely.
In the si eond of the fifth, another
portly in the shape of Geo. Huddy,
as he thought h e 'stepped onto
first, got his feet tangled up with
either G. T. Greig's legs or first
base. Greig w a s nearly flying
through the air from the direction
f second base in an effort to catch-
the ball, which was alsonearly
flying over first home. As Greig
tried to catch the ball and touch
first at the same time, that most
laughable tangle occured. And
then, as Greig muffed the ball and
an like a deer after it, Huddy
kerflopped to the grass and rolled
over twice admidst a roar of good
During the first of the sixth,-
when H. S. Truscott came up to
bat, he swatted a large, high and
long fly and lightly tripped around
to third where, after he thought lit;
was surely and safely standing' on
In The District Court Ov
Hanalei Island and County
of Kauai Territory ok Hawaii.
J. K. Farley, Assessor "of Taxes,
Fourth Division, Territory of Ha
'waii, Plaintiff, vs Charley K .
Kahee, of Honolulu, Oahu. a non
The Territory ok Hawaii
To the high Sheriff of the Ter
ritory of Hawaii, or his Deputy;
to the Sheriff ot the County of
Kauai, or his Deputy or a n y
PolLe Officer in the District of
Hanalei, County of Kauai. Greet
ing: You are hereby commanded to
summon Charley K. Kahee, o f
Honolulu, Oahu, a non-resident,
if he can be found in this District,
to appear before me, of mv Court
room in Hanalei upon the 16th ami
22nd day of July 1913, at 3 o'clock
p. si. there to answer unto J. K.
Farlev. Assessor of Taxes in and
for the Fourth Taxation Division
of the ierntor-y ot Hawaii, in a
plea wherein' the plaintiff declares
That the plaintiff above named
is the duly qualified, sworn and
Acting Assesssor of Taxes in and
for the Fourth Taxation Division
of the Territory of Hawaii,
Some Descriptive Pointer
waimea ine canyon, won
derful scenic masterpiece, easily
accessible on horseback.
ine uioiceie LMtcn, reat en
gineeriug feat amid cliffs and crags
of exquisite beauty, accessible by
carnage, ine Russian fort, on
the bluff overlooking the harbor ,
an interesting relic. I he nana
pepe falls, Manawaiopuna. at
the head of the Hauapepe canyon
carriages go half-way, thence by
1 m mi
easy trail on Horseback, ine
Barking Sands at Nohili, an in
teresting freak of nature, excellent
roads for carriage.
i ne marine urive, Boating on
.the Wailua river.
ine roie-iine (lrail, most in
teresting ride' or tramp into .the
against him,, ex parte by default.
Given, under my hand this .13
day of Tune 1913. .
Signed) Wit. Huddy
District Magistrate of Hanalei
County of Kauai. Tetritory o
For a cause of action; he alleges i hereby certify the foregoing to
that said defendant is indebted to
the Territory of Hawaii in the
sum of $12.15 for taxes assessed
upon the property of said defendant
on the books of the Assessor of
Ta-es for the District of Hanalei,
Fourth Taxation Division, Terri
tory of Hawaii, for the years
1909. 1910, 1911, and 1912.
And the said defendant, though
thereunto requested, has thus far
failed and neglected and still doth
neglect and refuse to pay the
same, or any part thereof.
Wherefore, plaintiff asks for
judgment against said defendant
for said sums, amounting to S12.15
together with ten (10) ner cent,
penalty l n addition thereto, and
interested thereon and advertising
costs, as by law provided and for
costs herein incurred.
Notify the 'said Defendant that
upon default to attend at the
place, day and hour above men
tioned, judgment will be rendered
oe a true and attested copy of tl
original ouinnions in said cause
.and that said Court ordered publf-
cation of the same, and continued
said cause until the .22 dav
July. ' "
June 24 July 1-8-15.
on third base. Manuel Rodrigues
of the Fats discovered Truscott '
was not on third and touched him j
out several tinier before the runner I
in another storm of pure fun, found.
he was out.
During these few innings much
ly away from that humming speed.
There was fun but more good
playing in the second of the eighth
when Truscott, after having placed
a beautiful fly away ovcr. into the
left field, genially ambled tlown to
fintt base and ..while he was merri
ly dancing along to second bare.
Rath suddenly brought him in to
home on the wings of another' left
held lly, wnne nam easuw-nun.B
first base. 'J
Soon afterwards, Willie v.Good
win, the catcher of the Slats, drove
a very hot five or six fool liner be
tween second and first base, b u t,
Manuel Rapozo slopped it a n d'
ended the inning.
In the last half of the last. Cox
of the Slats stmt a fine one base hit
from his bat and quickly stole
second, then third. Then Greig
helped Cox to get home by putting
himself serenely on first jpitftcrrr..y
trotting to second, -k'rii'irte Doc's
efforts to put him out, made third
Doc played well and was a real
warni member at it.
D. K. Ha.yselden reigned
supreme for nine innings as pitch
er for the Fnts, and that after Very
After Truscott got .to first on
four balls, Itanium lost out be-'"
cause Manuel Rapozo caught his
ball near second and finished the
immensely good and just as funny
game between the Fats and the
August Kruse, from Kckaha, was
infield umpire and Jack Coney um
pired the field for most o f the
There seems to be every indica
tion that the Slats will try to win
the present laurels of the Fats. Of
course tins means lots more merri
ment .and some more earnest plajt-
mg, too. Those who missed SuiH
day's gfttne lost that which
Percentage of Teams
K. A. C.
Lihue at K. A.C
McUrvde at Kolon.
really good ball was played,-but the J Kilauea at Makaweli,
best ball playing of the game is
In the first of the seventh, Dr.
Glaisyer, in a ball suit so efficient
ly inclosing his happy and lively
fatness, swatted a warnl liner which
G. T. Greig quickly picked up, and
touched Manuel Rauozo out when
the latter was fleeing for second;
then, as Doc was hiking rapidly,
for first, Greig whirled around and
slammed it right into first and put
out the Doc, making the be&t play
of the game, and -in addition, a
beautiful double plav.
H.N. Browne played comically
and calmly and when in the first
of the eighth) Simon Aiu was try
ing to get second from first base;,
pitcher Martin Fasfoth of the Slats
soaked a fast one k over to said
Browne, who not much too qtiick-
THE DAYiES CUP
On display in one of Makaweli's
elegant show cases, Stands the
Theo. Davits trophy in the shape
of an exquisite Silver Cup, the
gift of this very generous Co., to
the winners in the Kauai baseball
series for 1913. The cup stands
about 2ft inches in height, is abo'
8 inches i n
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Regular mail leaves Lihue on
Tuesday jiud Saturday at 5 p. m.
. Regular mail arrives from Hono
lulu ednesdav and Friday morn
ing. During sugar season mail is
frequently sent and brought by
steamers maiug extra trips be
ween regular mail days. On days
when the coast mail is due, the
mail boat due on Friday, will lav
over and conic in on Saturday
Washington, July 6. The in
come tax exemption in the Under
wood tariff bill will be cut to
S3. 000, instead of 54,000. as "ori
ginally adopted, but there will also
be an exemption from this amount
of $500 for each dependent child
in a family.
These are the changes that have
been made in the senate revision of
the bill by the Williams sub-cotn-mittee.
Members of the majority
conference antiniated that the
changes were acceptable t o the
committee and would be passed on
to the Democratic caucus for final
It is 'expected hat a hot fight
will occur in the senate as a result
of tins drastic revision and pie-
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diction's were freely made that the
final passage of the Underwood bill
would be considerably delayed.
Furs and diamonds, it was an
nounced, remained practically the
same and was carried to the house
bill. The most important change
was there vision to the Underwood
clause exempting the plumage of
all wild birds from importation in
to this country, to permit the im-i
portation of pjumage of pestiferous
and food birds.
This was provided for in the
Clapp amendment and was object
ed to by the supporters of the Un
derwood measure on the ground
that it would blanket the importa
tion of almost every bird known
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