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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 14, 1614
HI LIE CHURCH
The special services on Knster
Sunday at the Lihue Union Church
were unusually interesting and
impressive. To this result several
factors contributed in a most
harmonious v a y. The decorat
ions were uncommonly fine, a pro
fusion of lilies and marguerites
combined with the glossy deep
green of coffee leaves. The spec
ial Easter music was inspiring, the
contributions of the choir being
supplemented by a choice vocal
solo by Miss L. Day and a very
appealing violin selection fov Mrs.
The address was an interesting
development of the argument for
the contiunity of life and oppor
tunitv based on the femiliar para
ble of the talents.
A special collection was taken
f o r the American Missionary
GO! THE FILIPINO
All hopeof recovering the body of
the Filipino who was drowned at
the beach near Wahiawa early in
the month has been given up, and
the theory now is that sharks de
voured the body immediately after
The Filipino, an employee of
the McBryde Sugar Company, was
fishing near the beach, when a
heavy sea struck and carried him
into the deep water. He could not
swim and was soon out of sight.
Deputy Sheriff Henry Blake and
officers searched all along the shore
but were unable to find any trace
of the bodv.
Bishop & Co.
Head Office - Honolulu
Branches at Hilo and
WAIMEA, - KAUAI
Transacts a General Banking
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
Interest allowed at the rate
of 4 por cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
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Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rales:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 per cent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
I White Wings Soap
I Paii Ka Hana Soap
I Bar Soap
JapanSeed R ice f
j mgn rngnt riour
I First Grade
j White River Flour
I First Grade
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I F. L. Waldron, Ltd.
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TEAM TRIED OUT
The Koloa baseball team is now
practically organized, although
there may be one or two changes
beforethc season actually begins.
Sunday afternoon the team plaved
a try-out game with a picked nine
on the Koloa diamond, and won
out by a score of 11 to 5. Quite a
little speed was shown bv the "re
gulars," indicating plainly that
they will be a hard team to handle
in the coming series.
The batting list of the Koloas,
which is the league team as now
understood, was as follows: Kuwa
tuoto. 3-b; Perry, ss; Lorenzo, 2-b;
Alameda, 1-b; Andrade, c; Ilonan
and Anton Kuhlinann, p; Mitsu,
If; Sasaki, cf; Geo. Steliez, rf,
The picked team, which came
out second best, was as follows:
A. Reis. 3-b; Zacharias, ss; Kula,
2b; Pablo, 1-b; Ah Toon, c; Palm
er: p; Yucaka, If; Tanaka, cf. Cas
tro, rf. This team was shifted con
siderably, but the men played
most of the time in the positions
as given. It will be noted that Ah
Toon, the famous catcher of the
Honolulu Chinese team, appeared
with this nine in the game.
The game was played for prac
tice, and also to get a line on all
the available men in action. Quite
a large crowd of enthusiasic fans
turned out to witness it.
IN THE HOSPITAL
Baseball men and friends gener
ally will regret to learn that Cap
tain Kuhlmann, of the Lihue base
ball team, has gone to the hospital
where he underwent an operation
today which m a y prevent his
appearing in any of the games this
Mr. Kuhlmann had not been well
for sometime, but was hopeful up
to a few days ago that he would
be able to lead his baseball team
to victory this year and it is just
possible that he may even yet take
a hand before the season is entire
Captain Kuhlmann is head clerk
in the Lihue postoffice.
Frank Morrow has been suggest
ed as a substitute for Captain
Kuhlmann in charge of the Lihue
ESS OF THE
tenuis playing l u tlie men s
doubles was resumed last Thurs
day afternoon, the contest that day
being W. H. Grote and Harrison
Rice aagiust K. C. Hopper and
A. R. Robertson. Ihe latter won
One set in the second game was
played Saturday afternoon and re
suited in victory for Putman and
Hanuestad over Robertson a n d
Playing was continued Sunday
afternoon when Putman and Han
uestad won a fast set, 6-1. thus
annexing the game.
Yesterday afternoon Harrison
Rice and W. II. Grote lost to Dr
Putman and S. E. Hannestad.
Wednesday afternoon Putman
and Hannestad will probably play
V. H. Rice and Charles Rice.
The game started Saturday af
ternoon and continued over into
Sunday was probably one of the
longest ever played in the islands
Miss Ing 111
Miss Grace Ing, teacher in the
Eleele school, experienced quite a
severe attack of appendicitis last
week, causing her many friends
some alarm for a time. She is now,
Good Friday Holiday
uooa iriuay was onserveu as a
mmciay ov i lie i.tnue store, and a
fe'v establishments in other parts
of the island observed the day. On
the laborers were allowed a day off .
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r resn Vjoo
Naval Oranges, large 8 for 25
Grape Fruit ..3 " 25?
Lemons 6 " 25f
Celery 15? bunch
Cauliflower 15? a head
Dill Pickles 20? lb
Sauerkraut 3 lbs 25?
Smoked Salmon 35? lb
Milchener Herrings .1.75 keg
Bloaters 5? each
Imported Swiss Cheese 50? lb
Oregon Cream Cheese 50? lb
Roquefort Cheese 65? lb
Breakfast Cheese -.3 for 25?
Limburger Cheese 50? lb
The pretty home of Mr, and
Mrs. Menefoglio, at Wainiha, was
the scene of an artistic and elabo
rate dinner on the 7th. inst. given
in honor of the joint birthdays of
the popular Supervisor, Mr. Al
fred Menefoglio and Miss Imogene
Benton. Mr. Menefoglio confessed
to being fortyyears young and Miss
Imogene to being eight years old.
The table was beautifully decora
ted, the centerpiece being a tall
pink Begonia with little chicks and
rabbits peeping through the foli
age; the place cards were small
baskets rilled with tiny colored
eggs with a little chick and rabbit
perched on each side of the bas
kets, the whole being emblematic
of Easter. The table was laden
with delicacies and many happy
returns' was drunk ta Mr. Mene
foglio and Miss Imogene.
Seated at the table were, Mr.
and Mrs. Mackenzie, Masters C.
and B Mackenzie, Mr. and Mrs.
Henrv Birkmyre, Miss Imogene
Benton, Master Corrie Benton and
the host and hostess.
Chamber Of Commerce
A regular meeting of the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce will be held
in Lihue Social hall at 2:30 o'clock
A large attendance is desired, as
matters of importance will be con-
sidered-among them being the re
port of the committee having
charge of the recent entertaiment
of the Honolulu Ad Club.
During last week, Mr. Brodie
completed improvements to the wa
ter system in Hanapepe, as a re
sult of which that town will in fu
ture have purser and better water
than ever before, Some tunnelling
and piping was found necessary
which involved considerable ex
pense, llie pressure is not so great
as had been hoped for, but this is
more than made up in the purity
Manager H. Rohrig, of the Li
hue store, left yesterday for Kukaua
where he will remain a week on
vacation. He has not been feeling
very well (probably the after
effects of the Ad Club enthusiasm)
of late, and thinks that a little rest
will do him good.
H. A. Riechelt, of the Lihue
Plantation office, lost at Makaweli
a tew nights ago which he would
like very much to hear from.
New Zealand butter continues to
be popular. Try it. Sold by J. I.
Silva, Eleele. Advt.
T WA N HA
ds due to-day
The baby daughter of Fukushi
ma, tailor at Hanamaulu, was
drowned in the ditch leading by
the Hanamaulu store to the sea
last Wednesday morning. She was
about two and a half years of age.
The child was missed from the
house, and after a long search the
body was found on the beach sev
eral miles away, having been carried
down there by the waters of the
ditch. It is presumed that while
playing near the ditch she fell into
it and was drowned.
The funeral took place the fol
The deceased child was a niece
of two of the compositors working
in the office of Tins Garden Is
Death Of Mr. Lyman
Cabled news has arrived here of
the death of D. B. Lyman, brother
of Mrs. S. W. Wilcox, of Lihue,
and Judge Lvman, of Hilo, which
occurred in Chicago on April 8.
Deceased, who was a lawyer in
the city named, was a native of
Hilo, Hawaii, and at the time of
his death was 74 years of age. He
was well known throughout the
Chronicle Man Here
George Hamlin Fitch, for thirty
years connected with the San
Francisco Chronicle, was a Kauai
visitor on Tuesday. He was shown
around the Kapaa and Waipouli.
homesteads bv Mr. E. H. Broad
bent and accompanied to Hanalei
by Rev. J. M. Lvdgate.
Governor Pinkham last Friday
named Ingram M. Staiuback to be
attorney-general of the Territory
The new man is a native of Ten
uessee, and has been associated for
about two years with the Honolulu
law firm of Holmes, Stanley &
Oleson. Mr. Staiuback is a Prince
tou man and a former pupil of
A Filipino, arraigned in Judge
Hofgaard's court, at Waimea, on
! r?:.i -i r
; rriuuy uu a tnuri;: ui vagrancy
was sentenced to two months im
Miss McClymont, principal of
the Kalaheo School, spent the Eas
ter season with Miss Purvis, of Li
hue. Miss Fursey, also o f the
Kalaheo school, was a guest of the
Fairview at the same time.
Bert" Lightfoot and wife and
irea ftiaKino, ot Honolulu, came
up on the Kinau to Waimea, the
attorney and Makino being on
business in connection with a court
case having a Waimea connection.
W. D McBryde has been spend
ing a couple of weeks at his beach
Statement Of Tub Owner
sit IP, Management, Circula
tion, Etc., Required By The
Act of August 24, 1912, of The
Garden Island" published week
ly at Lihue, Hawaii, for April 1st,
Editor, L. D. Timmons, Lihue,
Managing Editor, L. D. Tim
mons, Lihue, Hawaii.
Business Manager, K. C. Hop
per, Lihue, Hawaii.
Publisher, Garden Island Pub
lishinc Co., Ltd.
Owners: (If a corporation, give
its name and the names and ad
dresses of Stockholders holding 1
per cent or more of total amount
of stock. If not a corporation, give
names and addresses of individual
Mrs. A. S. Knudsen, Kekaha,
Hawaii; Aubrey Robinson. Maka
weli, Hawaii; E. A. Knudsen, Ke
kaha, "Hawaii; J. H. Coney, Li
lnii, Hawaii; G. N. Wilcox, Li
hue, Hawaii: S. W. Wilcox, Li
hue, Hawaii; A. S. Wilcox, Lihue,
Hawaii j C. H. Wilcox, Lihue Ha
waii; Mrs R. L. Wilcox, Lihue,
H .waii; R. P. Spalding, Kealia,
Hawnu; C. S. Dole, Lihue, Ha-
wai ; lTmicis uay, Alakaweli, Ha
waii; Hans Isenberg, Lihue, Ha
w. ii; A. F. Knudsen. Kekaha.
Hawaii; II. P. Faye, Kekaha, Ha
waii; I . Brandt, Waimea. Hawaii;
C. A. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii; W.
H. Rice-Lihue, Hawaii.
Known bondholders, mortga
gees, and other security holders,
holding 1 per cent or more of total
amount of bonds, mortgages, or
other securities: (If there are none,
W. H. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii;
Hawaiian Trust Company, Hono
lulu, Hawaii; E. A. Knudsen,
Kekaha, Hawaii; Hans Isenbere,
Lihue, Hawaii; A. S, Wilcox. Li
hue, Hawaii; S. W. Wilcox Li
hue, Hawaii; G. N. Wilcox, Li
hue, Hawaii; Aubrey Robinson,
Makaweli, Hawaii; A. F. Knud
sen, Kekaha, Hawaii: Mrs. V.
Knudsen, Kekaha, Hawaii; H. P.
Faye, Kekaha, Hawaii; Francis
Gay, Makaweli, Hawaii; R. P.
Spalding, Kealia, Hawaii.
Average number of copies of
this publication sold or distributed,
through the mails or otherwise, to
paid subscribers during the six
months preceding the date shown
above. (This information is requir
ed from daily newspapers only.)
Sign K. C. Hopper,
Sworn to and subscribed before
me this 1st. day of April, 1914.
Seal K. C. Ah Hana.
Notary Public, Fifth Judicil Cir
cuit, Territory of Hawaii.
In The Circuit Court op The
F'ifth Circuit, Territory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
William Hastie, deceased.
Order of Notice of Hearing Pe
tition for Administration.
On reading and filing the peti
tion of Mary Jane Hastie of Eleele,
Kauai, alleging that William Has
tie of Eleele, Kauai died intestate
at Eleele, Kauai, on the 21st. day
April A. D. 1913, leaving proper
ty in the Hawaiian Islands neces
sary to be administrated upon, and
praying that Letters of Adminis
tration issue to Mary Jane Hastie.
It is ordered that Saturday, the
2nd day of May A. D. 1914 at,
9:30' o'clock A. M., be and here
by is appointed for hearing said
Petition in the Court Room of this
Court at Lihue, Kauai, at which
time and place all persons coip
cerned may appear and show cause
if any they have, why said Petition
should not be granted, and that
notice of this order be published
in the English language for three
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, March
(Sgd.) Lyle A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. W. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
March 31st. April 7-14-21, 1914.
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Has- entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
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his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
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always ready to start.
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Reasonable Rates and Care
A most delightful dinner party
was given at the residence of Man
ager and Mrs. F. Weber Sunday
evening in honor of Miss Maud d'e
Bretteville, who' will leave early in
the Summer to assume a leading
role in a happy, little ceremony
which will take place over there.
The dining hall was tastefully
decorated i n pink a n d green
effects. Dinner w a s served at
6:30. The place cards suggest?
the Easter season. Following thiX
important element of the program
there w a s music-vocal, violin,
piano and phonograph-rounding
out a most enjoyable evening.
Those present were: Mr. and
Mrs. Weber, Miss Maud de Brette
ville (guest of honor), S. E.
Hannestad, Miss Lulu Weber,
Miss Lottie Jordan, A R. Robert
son, Miss Louise Day, A. Siebel,
Frank Morrow. Miss Brewer, H.'
Vincent, Miss Silburn Puivis.
W. H. Grote, Miss K. Maclntyre
and E. Mann.