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TIIEOARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 2. 1914
I Waimea Stables
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Hoarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAIiA
Leaving Liliue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kckalia every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN TURKIC HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W . Waimea P. O. Box 48
shoes-will always keep you
They re EASY shoes for UNEASY feet"
Let your next pair be a
REAL MEN WEAR REAL SHOES
We have just received a shipment of the
latest styles. Pay us a visit.
Leading Fa&ors in Major League Mag
Conflicts Which Were Inaugurated Lately
Headquarters for Banisler Shoes.
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Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
You must know that
"In 'UNIUIY there is Strength"
Ik you are a fuel user you're sure 1
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
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This season's baseball race pro
mises to be one of the most inter
esting in many years. The advent
of the Federal League i of reat
interest in itself, as in the fact that
no.nt contenders. The illustrations! LeaRite and Lianaer of the Chica- National League's premier play
are as follows: No. 1, Frank ! no team; No. 5, Johnny McOraw,
Chance, who guides the New York
Yankees; N o. 2, Fred Clarke,
Pittsburgh's veteran manager; No.
by weakening several of th inaj r I .V Connie Mack, "the silent lead
league clubs the have given other er" of the Athletics; No. 4, Joe
teams an outside chance as pen-1 Tinker, backbone of the Federal
New Yoik Giants' famous leader,
No. 6, Ty Cobb, the American
League's greatesr round player:
No. 7, George Stovall, tnan..g r of
the Federals' Kansas City team:
The pennant winneis are picked as
follows: New Yoik in the National
and Philadelphia in the American.
Pittsburg and Washington are
counted on as sure runners up, and
a great battle for the other first di-
No. 8, Christv Mathewson. the vision berths is expected.
DELEGATES 10 THE
C. E. GONVENTION
Kauai will be well represented in
theChristian Endeavor and Sunday
Schools Convention, which will be1
held in Wailuku in July. Follow
ing is the list complJte of those so
tar booked to go, although it is
understood that some mar not be
able to make the trip, in which
event their places will probably
be taken by others:
Rev. I), P, Mahihila, V. Wer
ner, S. W. Kauanoe, W. K. Sa
muela, Rev. R. Puuki, John llano,
J. Von Ekekela, Mrs. J. P. Pauole.
Mrs. J. Yon Ekekela, Mrs. I. K.
Kaauwai, C. K. Haae, Rev. J. M.
Lvdgate, J. Mahiai Kaneakua, J.
H. K. Kaiwi, Rev. Win. Kamau,
Mr and Mrs Win. Ellis, K . Mont
gomery and Mrs. Montgomery, I),
K. Kapahee. Rev. S, K. Kaulili,
Mr. and Mrs, A. G. Kaulukou.
Mrs. Richard Uias, Mrs. Carrie
Malina, Mrs. J. K. Kula (Kauai
Princess, 1914.) Mrs. J. P, Haa
lou, Mrs. Henry Blake, Miss Helen
Kolawe, Mrs. Fa:mv Sabo, Rev.
J. A. Akina. J. K. Kapuniai, Mrs.
Lihau Kaiwi, a n d Mrs. Lucy
SUGAR Oil BARGES
THROUGH CANAL! WORK FOR MONEY
Hawaii Has The Honor Of Us- i
ing The Big Ditch For The I
First Time !
While on the subject of ,
Home-Buving, why not
From the Kaupakalua Winery
Its a Delicious, Bright and Pure Table Wine. Try it.
Orders from Kauai Dealers Will Be Given Special Attention.
Governor Pinkham last Wednes
day appointed M. M. Scott, piin
cipa! of the grammar school at Ho
nolulu, a member of the Board of
Archives, and Dr. Derby, who is
now on Kauai, a member of the
Board of Dental Commissioners.
Lovejoy & Co., Ltd.
Wine and Liquor Merchants
Two hundred musicians, under
the leadership of Ernest Karii, "'ill
provide a feature of the Kauai
pageant, at Waikiki, on June 11.
As previously stated, the pageant
will illustrate the ceiling of the is
land of Kauai to Kamehameha.
902-909 Nuuanu Street
JjR. R. Zane, a San Francisco
tiavellintj man, is making a busi
ness tour of Kauai.
J.I. Sliva's Eleele store handles
the famous New Zealand butter.
Next Sunday's Baseball
The following panics of baseball
will be ul.ivi'tl licit Slllldav:
I Lthue vs McISry.W, a t Eleele.
1 Koloa vs K, A. C, c.t Kapaa.
That Hawaiian sugars formed the
first freight of any consequence to
go through the Panama canal is
told in th'e following:
Panama, May 20 Stoppage of
the Tehuantepec Railway route a
cross Mexico h a s so increased
traffic across the Isthmus of Pana
ma that the Panam;: Railroad is
almost unable to cope with the sit
uation. Practically every car the
railroad owns is in service and!
still mountains of freight at the
terminals show no signs of dimi
nution. Several large freighters are
seen daily at anchor in the Paci
fic roadstead off Halbao waiting for
n chance to get to the wharf to un
load their cargoes that are destined
finally to reach New York and
other Eastern United States ports.
At the time the route across
Mexico was interrupted there were
several ships unloading in the har
bor of Salina Cruz. Every effort
was made to unload the ships and
get away btre the port was closed
but several of the vessels were un
able to get their cargoes on the
wharf in time. In consequence they
sailed for Panama with parts of
The arrival of the sugar ships of
the Hawaiian American line led
the Panama Canal authorities to
start a barge line through the canal
in hope of relieving the situation.
The pontoon bridge across the
canal at Paraiso has ben swung
into position and in future will be
used by the Panama Railrrtd in
operating its trains on the west side
of the canal .
The rules being a tiifle vague
on the subject,- and the question
having arisen as to whether an
umpire could receive pay for his
services and remain qualified for
the A. A. U.. a request for a rul
ing was sent to the Hawaiian As
sociation of the A. A. U. and drew
out this ruling:
"Your favor of 'he 2nd,inst. ad
dressed to Mr. Lorrin Andrews !
has been referred to me as Chair-
man of the Registration Commit- j
tee, and in reply would state tli.it '
a rilling of this Committee based
on a decision from headquarters'
in New York, is to the effect that
an atnateii! baseball player forfeits
his A. A. IT. eard if he umpires a
game of bascU.ll for compensa
tion, regardless, of the amount I
"Trusting Unit this is the in
formation that you require, I am,
"Yours very truly,
"J. F. Soi-kr."
The Foreign Mails
Ahkivink at Hosoi.n.r
1 Sierra San Francisco
L" l.urliuo San Francisco
". lT. S. T. Slirri.:'"'" Manila
Ilonpk mg Mani San iV&iii:iVco
! Cliiyo Morn
1 1 Kiyo Maru
1'-' Sliinyci Maru
l:! I". S. T. Thiiiiias Sun Francisco
-! Chiyo Maru
21) Siei ra
I.KAVIMi 1 Ionoi.ii.c
June 3 Matsmiia San Francisco
" II I. S. T. Sheridan San Francisco
" (i Sierra San Francisco
" tl Hongkong Maru Hongkong
Has Twin Calves
A cow belonging to James Kula,
at Koloa, has given birth to twin
calves. Both seem to be doing well.
Kula's kahuna is certain that the
freak means h ' s election to the
j House of Representatives in No
Superintendent Kinney had the
following to sav at Honolulu re
garding the open - air school rooms
. . ...
1 was inucn interested m ex-
amining the newopen "bungalow,
school hous e s" on Kauai.'
With a slight additional feature,
that is, by carrying the wall on the
windward side up to the eaves, so:
as to give a place to hang maps,
and to reduce the force of the
strong trade wind, I find they will
answer every purpose, at a cost
of only about ?6()0 apiece. I found,
moreover, both teachers and s hol
ars unanimous in their preferences
for the bungalow rather than the
old type closed building, I shall
recommend to the several boards
of superv isors that they build this
type of building. It will be a great
economy, besides being far moie
healthful and pkasanter to work
" il Chiyo Maru
" ! I.urline
" ! SiU'iia
" M Persia!
" l'J Shinyo Maru!
" I I Kiyo Maru
" 1 1U. S. T. Thomas
" I " Ventura
" Pi China
" Pi Makura
" 17 Wilhehnia
" 17 Marania
" lit Sonoma
" ':! Manoa
" L'S -Manchuria
" Chiyo Maru!
'Culling at Manila.
If you once use New Zealand
butter, sold at Silva's Eleele store,
you will have it all the tiiii.'. Advt.
Mr. Brandt Returns -
Mr.Th. Brandt, Commissioner of
Education for Kauai, returned in
the W. G. Hall Friday morning
from the session of the Com
tnissioneis in Honolulu. The
meeting of the Commissioners
lasted the better part of five davs
during which an immense amount
of routine business was transacted.
Mr. Isenberg Here
Paul D. R. Isenberg arrived
from Honolulu Friday morning
for a short business visit to Lihue.
Mr. Isenberg has been mentioned
as a candidate for mayor of Hono
lulu, but side-steps questions in
regard to the matter.