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THE GARDEN ISLAND
CHILDREN IN THE
Supervising Principal Brodie's
report to the Department of Edu
cation shows that there were 94
teachers in the common schools of
Kauai at tile end cf April, divided
s follows: American, 27; Hawaii
an, 0; part Hawaiian, 26; Lana-
ian, 3; (Jerman, 7; lSntisu, y;
ortuguese, 2; Chinese, 9; Japan-
s e, 2 ; American-Chinese, 2 ;
rench-rortuguese, 1. The num
ber of pupils to each teacher was
The number of' pupil, in the
schools at that date was 3,703; di-
ided by nationalities as follows:
Hawaiian, 385; part Hawaiian,
208; American, 6; British, 9; Ger
man, 32; Portuguese, 620; Japa
nese, 1,830; Chinese; 215; Porto
Rican, 84; Korean, 71; Spanish,
35; Russian, 7; Filipino, 89; other
By grades they were distributed
as follows: First, 1,175; second,
767; third, 651; fourth, 486; filth,
10; sixth, 173; seventh, 96; eigth-
The number ot pupils receiving
instruction in special subjects were
as follows: Agriculture, 634, car
pentry, 119; lace making, 18; sew
ng, 1,269; bookbinding, 50; type
writing, 26; raffia, 6; paper cutting
nd folding, 538: card board work,
101; clav work, 58.
The per cent of pupils in the
fust grade was .317.
It will be noted that there were
only six American children in all
the common schools of the island,
while Americans, British and Ger
man total only 44. It indicates
clearly that these children are be
ing sent away to school or
being privately instructed.
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but scored Ako. Joe Aka took a
bag on a fumble by Waialeale.
Akana walked. Garbriel singled,
and on Johnson's error made
second, both Aka and Akana tak-
ng the plate. Koby and Joe Cos
ta both singled, and on error of
Akina, Gabriel scored. Perriera
failed, pitcher to first.
The story for the Makaweli is
quick told. John Raposa fanned.
Ktuse .died, pitcher to first. A.
Fernandez walked, but Joe Fassoth
The score was then 7 to 2 in
lavor of the McBrvdes.
In ihe eighth, Ako singled and
made second, but was thrown out
on an effort to steal third. Joe
Pacheco hit for one bag, b u t
"Teddy" slashed the air. Aka
hit safe, scoring Tacheco. Aka
na's ball was fielded at second
throwing Aka out.
When the Maknwelis came to
bat they were minus Johnson, his
place having been taken by
Thompson. John Costa fanned,
Thompson was out third to first
and Akina pop-fouled to catcher.
In the ninth, Gabriel, of the
McBrydes, hit safe. Koby made a
bag on wild throw of Fernandez,
and stole second. Joe Costa singl
ed, and on wild throw, Akina to
plate, Koby scored. This was fol
lowed by another wild throw,
catcher to third, letting in Costa.
Perriera, Ako and Joe Pacheco
fanned in one, two, three order
Makawelis up for their last try,
Oneha was retired, pitcher to first.
Waialeale fanned. Raposa was
struck bv pitcher. Kruse died at
first, ending the game.
Despite the fact that the game
was one-sided, everybody enjoyed
it. The victorious McBrydes
came in for manv compliments,
but the fans of both sides realize
tlrat the Makawelis have not yet
waked up. It will be remembered
that Makaweli has lost first games
before, but-how different later on!
The teams we re as follows:
TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1914
Scokic Bv Innings
12 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 Total
McUrvde, 10 10 10 4 13 11
Makaweli, 02000 0 00 0 2
KAWAI1IAU VS KILAUEA
The game between the Kawai-
hau a n d Kilauea teams, which
took place on the grounds of the
latter, was about as one-sidad as the
McBryde - Makaweli contest, the
score being 6 to 0 in favor of the
Makee Sugar men.
The Kawaihaus opened the
game, and John roares whipped
the air, Ambrosio flew out to sec
ond. Kerr hit for two bags and got
second and third on Tcxeira's safe.
For the Kilaueas Pablo was re
tired, third to first; Alliens sin
gled, but was thrown out in an
effort to stual second. Jacinth, out
In the second innings, Huddy
reached first on error of Rubin and
stole second, Wilcox walked and
Palmer was struck by ball, filling
the bases. Alameda walked, Hud
dy scoring. Soares, Ambrosio and
Kerr were struck out.
Kilaueas to bat, Wood got first
ori error of Kerr and stole second,
Indilicio fanned, and Akana flew
out to Ambrosio, Lorenso was
ruled out by the umpire for the
reason that he was at second base',
running for Wood, when his turn
cr.nie to bat.
In the third innings, Texeira
fanned and Snda flew out to first.
Huddy singled, but Wilcox was
retired, catcher to first.
Fourth innings, Palmer fanned,
and Alameda flew out to second,
Soares got first on error of third;
Amljrosio retired, right to first.
For the Kilaueas. Ahrens sin
gled and reached second on catch
er's error, and on safe hit of
Jacinth, reached third. Wood flew
out to Kerr and Akana to Ambro
sio. In the fifth, Kerr walked, but
was put out trying to make sec
ond. Texeira walked. Sada flew
out to Pablo, and Huddy retired,
third to second
For the Kilaueas, Lorenzo flew
to third. Rubin second to first and
Alexandra at first.
In the sixth, Wilcox got first by
pitcher's ball and stole second.
Palmerflew out t o Ahrens, and
Wilcox climbed to third. On Soares'
single, Wilcox tallied. Soares stole
second and third, but Ambrosio
retired the side, pitcher to first.
For the Kilaueas, Pablo h i t
safe and stole second. Ahrens flew
to Kerr and Jacinth to catcher,
Wood was retired, pitcher to first.
In the seventh, Kerr, of the
Kawaihaus, walked and reached
second on a passed ball; Texeira
fanned and Sada was retired, eit
her t o first, but Kerr scored.
Huddy walked, stole second, and
eached third on Wilcox's single.
'aimer flew out to Alliens.
Kilaueas up, Indilicio was re
tired, pitcher to first, and Akana
third t o first; Lorenso reached
. - ." '"-'it"vi v
"No, dear Uncle Samuel; we have come to arbitrate the questions that have arisen between you and
our sister, Mexico. You will observe that we are now quite grown up."
first on error of Kerr, Rubin, out,
second to first.
The Kilaueas in the eighth made
no runs, Alameda fanning, Soares
going out catcher to first and Am
brosio fiving out to second.
The Kilaueas fared no better,
Gabriel being out second to first,
Pablo third to first and Ahrens
trying to steal second, after sin
In the ninth, Kerr, of the Ka
waihaus, reached first on second
error; lexeira out, AJahandra to
first a n d Kerr reached second,
scoring on Sada's safe hit. Huddy
out second to first and Sada scored
on a passed ball. Wilcox walked
and stole second. Palmer walked
and on a wild throw, Wilcox tal
lied. Alameda flew out to Pablo.
For the Kilaueas, Jacinth reach
ed firt on error of Huddy and stole
second, Wood flew out to Ambro
sia; Indilicio fanned, and Akana
was retind, short to first.
Score By Innings
12 3 456789 Total
Kawaihnu 010001103 6
Kilauea 000000000 0
The trains were as follows:
Pablo, ss Kerr
Ahrens (Capt.) If Ambrosio
Jacinth, 3-b Texeira
Wood, 1-b-p Alameda p
Indilicio, 1-b-p Soda, 1-b
Akana, cf Huddy
Lorenso, c Soares
Rubin, 2-b Wilcox
Alhandra, rf Palmer
Pictures Are Better
A much better class of pictures
is now being shown by Willie Fer
nandes at Hale Hooni, the pro
gram of Saturday evening, for in
stance, being quite interesting in
many particulars. An unusually
large audience enjoyed the show,
Mr Fernandes promises another
good program for tomorrow even
ing. Good Weather School
The Huleia school, ne?r Lihue,
is what may be termed a "good
weather" institution. At any rate,
it cannot do much in bad weather for
the reason that it is at the bottom
of a valley, which, when hard rain
comes, is literary flooded, and the
children are unable to reach the
school house. Two clays of last
week, school work had to be given
over on this account, and the same
thing has happened several times
New Zealand butter is always
fresh and sweet. Delivered any
where by J. I.Silva, Eleele. Advt.
Is So Different Now
If . .
The pheasants specially import
ed from Japan to be turned loos
on the island of Kauai arrived at
Makaweli last Friday and were
brought over land in the mail truck
to Lihue, where they were turned
over to Sheriff Rice. It was found
that four had died enroute, eighty
of the birds showing up in as good
condition as could be expected,
Sheriff Rice started out at once
to liberate the birds in favorable
localities about the island.
These pheasants are of very fine
varieties, their colors being copper
and blue. It is stated that thev
breed rapidly, and it is hoped and
expected that in a few years there
may be many of them on the is
land. CLOTHES THIEVES
Three Filipinos of K e k a h a,
charged with stealing the ward
robe of a fellow countryman, were
tried in Judge Hofgaard's court
last Tuesday and Wednesday. One
of them was found to be not guil
ty and discharged. A second man
was adjudged guilty and given
three months, but the principal in
the affair was sentenced to s i x
months in jail.
All three men were taken from
a steamer off Nawiliwili. as they
were attempting to get away for
Honolulu. The man given six
mouths was the one the police were
after, but the other two were nab
bed on suspicion.
The trial of the three men lasted
the better part of two days.
Baldwins To City
Manager B. D. Baldwin, of Ma
kaweli, and Mrs. Baldwin left in
the Kinau Saturday afternoon for
Honolulu. Mr. Baldwin will re
turn tomorrow, but Mrs. Baldwin
will remain over in the city a week
Mr. Baldwin was greatly missed
from the baseball game at Maka
ARE TURNED LOOSE