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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, 7MAY 26, 1914
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Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA .
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
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Telephone No. 102.
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"In 'UNION' there is Strength"
It you are a fuel user you're sure
there is more strength and less
waste during combustion than
other brands can claim.
SPECIFY "UNION" FUEL OILS
WHEN YOU CALL AT YOUR DEALER'S
While on the subject of
Home-Buying, why not
From the Kaupakalua Wineiy
Its a'Delicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Try it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
902-909 Nuuanu Street
Mrs. Hans Isenberg returned
Friday morning from a visit to
J. I. Sliva's Eleele store handles
the famous New Zealand bitter.
Our Fashion Cut
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WHERE THE OLD-FASHIONED ENHANCES THE NEW
. K'-"j' iwiivi oi rose tniietn is
shown above. The skirt consists of
three .flounces of taffeta finished
with the old-fashioned "pinking"
and alternating- with flounces of
lace. A circular ruffle of the taffeta
outlines the neck and merges in a
double ruche of Hip
occupies the center front.
The girdle and ends are formed of
the scalloped taffeta, large silk
roses being placed at closing of the
girdle in front. A supplementary
ruffle and ruche of lace partially
conceals the neck trimmine. A
sleeve, a simple kimona one of the
tafftta, is lengthened by a fall of
Bill Inman Selects Bunch
Ball Players For Com
ing Kauai Games
"Big Bill" Inman has selected
a bunch of mighty ball tossers for
the games at Lihue on luly Fourth,
and Kauai will have to go some to
properly trim the aggregation.
Seven of the players will be taken
from the championship Punahou
academy team, two from St Louis
and one from Mills College. Of the
men who will come over the follow
ing report come3 from Honolulu:
"Inman has been carefully
watching the different interscholas
tic teams of late and thinks he
knows just about who he wants tor
his student team. Seven of the
players will be taken from the
championship Punahou academy
nine, two from the St Louis team,
and one from the fast-improving
Mills squad, Inman has not only
watched the fielding of the chosen
few but is well acquainted with the
batting ability. With the men he
will have, he thinks that the All
Kauai team will have to "play
some" to win.
"Forpitchersthere arc Inman and
Jassen. Inman is by far the strong
est twirler of the iuterscholastic
league, while Jassen has not been
able to show exactly what he can
do, according to "Big Bill." These
two men will hold down first base
when not in the box.
"If Harry Baldwin, captain and
catcher of the Punahou academy
team, can not be urged to make
the trip the team will be crippled
materially for there is no man who
is as steady a batter that can watch
the two pitchers like Baldwin can.
He does not want to go but Inman
hopes to persuade Irliu to join the
invaders before practice starts.
"Ernest Gay, Punahcu's strong
est batter and a good fielder, will
be on the second. He has had only
two years' experience on the aca
demy team and will' be a man to
be relied upon. Quintal will play
on second if Gay is shifted to an
"Alfred Yap will be on third
while Takeuchi, the fast Mills
shortstop, will be in his regular
place. Both men are rated as among
the surest and best fielders and
batters. Takeuchi, as captain of
the Mills team, has been largely
responsible for its success during
the last few games of the inter
scholastic series. He is the fastest
short in the league and about the
surest. Yap has had two years' ex
perience on the Punahou team.
"For the field positions Inman
has picked Nye, Wadsworth and
Sakai. The first is one of the heav
iest batters in the school league
and already has two or more runs
to his credit and even more two
base and threerbase hits. He is
also strong in the field. Wadsworth
and Sakai are both old Punahou
men. The former has done some
excellent stick-work in the few
games he has played this season.
He also has one of the few home
runs to his credit. Sakai is proba
bly the surest of the fielders that
will go. His work with the acade
my bunch this year has been error
less and he will be a good man to
"With this bunch Inman feels
that they will be able to give the
Kauai people some real good games
on the Fourth."
Molokai Man Here
KINNEY TELLS OF
HIS KAUAI TOUR
Following the return of Super
intendent Kinney from Kauai to
Honolulu, the Star-Bulletin con
tained the following:
Superintendent II. W. Kinney,
of tiie education department, is
back from Kauai feeling enthusias
tic about the schools of that island
and also about the supervisors of
the Garden Island. The ' superin
tendent declares that it is a plea
sure to see the manner in which
the solons take up any matter that
effects the welfare of the county
school buildings. Every suggestion
made by the head of the school de
partment was favorably thought of
by the supervisors.
"There is little needed in the
way of school buildings on Kauai."
said Kinney, "and what is needed
wHl be attended to by the super
visors. I saw every teacher on
Kauai, except one, who was ill in
bed. I visited all the schools-from
Mana to Haena and was accom
panied by Supervising Principal
Brodiei who planned the tour of
"At Waimea a large school is
needed, and, later on, there is no
doubt that one will be erected.
There is no land available just
now, but a lot that is now under
cane will be exchanged next year
and a large school structure will
be erected thereon."
The matter of the Kauai high
school was brought up at a meet
ing held at the Fail view Hotel,
Lihue, last Thursday night. It
was definitely decided that the old
courthouse at Lihue be converted
into a high school and preparatory
school building This was satis
factory to everyone and, it is un
derstood, is also in accordance
with the ideas of the governor and
the education department.
Sixty pupils are assured for the
high and preparatory schools, and
a committee was appointed to as
certain, .for certain, how many
more may be expected to attend
the institutions. The present
"Select School" at Lihue is to be
turned into a boarding department
that will allow of pupils from the
outside districts of Kauai attend
ing the high school, and for them
to return home for week ends.
Supervising Principal Brodie and
Sheriff W. II. Rice are looking in
to the matter . of pupils for the
school and Editor Timmons, of
the Garden Island, is also deeply
interested in the scheme.
The school commissioners meet
next Saturday morning and many
matters will then be taken up.
Some of the commissioners will
not arrive till Monday, but a quo
rum will be available on Saturday.
George P. Cooke, of Molokai,
arrived on Kauai by the W. G.
Mall Friday morning on a pleasure
jaunt. He visited at the home of
Rev. Hans Isenberg while here and
returned to Honolulu Saturday
It is understood that Mr. Cooke
will run for the Senate from Maui
at the coming election. He has for
sometime been a member of the
The Hilonian, from Seattle via
Honolulu, will b e expected t o
arrive at Port Allen tomorrow
morning. She has 300 tons of
freight for Kauai, and will take
away quite a lot of sugar.
Mi KICK C0MIN6?
IIa"e you any kick coming about
the way the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company has been
treating you? If so, the Public Util
ities Commission ot Hawaii would
like to hear from you. The follow
ing letter, addressed to the Cham
ber of Commerce, has been given
out by President Rohrig for the
information of business men of
May 20, 1914.
"Mr. H. Rohrig,
"President, Chamber of Com
tncrae of Kauai,
"As yow are no doubt aware the
Public Utilities Commission has
been engaged for some time past
in the investigation of the affairs
of the Inter Island Steam Navi
gation Co., Ltd. Public hearings
in regard to this matter have been
had on a number of occasious, in
Honolulu, during the last three
months. The Commission has com
menced on its report in chis inves
tigation, and before completing the
same it would respectfully request
that your chamber, or the members
individually, file any statements
of complaint they may have in
connection with the steamship
company's business, and any sug-
I gestion they may wish to offer will
receive due attention.
"Very truly yours,
"II. P. O'Suluvan,
Mr. Brandt To Town
Commissioner T. Brandt, of the
Department of Education, was a
passenger for Honolulu in the Ki
nan Saturday night to attend the
conference of the Commissioners,
which began Saturday and will last
several days. He will probably
return Friday morning.
No School Exhibit
Teachers of Kauai will be inte
rested to know that at a meeting
of the Panama Exposition Commis
sioners held in Honolulu last
Thursday it was decided not to
have a school exhibit at San Fran
cisco. Questioned about the mat
ter, Superintendent Kinney stated
that no steps had yet been taken
to make up such an exhibit, but
that h e would undertake it a t
once if the Commission desired.
The decision was forthwith made
that the school exhibit be left out.
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