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THEGARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 7. 1914
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License Collections, 15.45
County Rd. Supervisor,
Preservation and Importation of
Game Birds. 27.20
School: Janitor Service and School
Repair and Maintances, etc.,
Maintenance o f
County Road Machinery,
Oiling Roads (R. T. S. D.),
Rd Tax Spe. Dep., 676.43
Oiling Roads (R. T. S. D.).
Rd Tax Spec. Dep., 781.84
Huleia Bridge, 1.094.25
Rd Tax Spe. Dep.. 682.68
Roads and Bridges,
Macadamizing P. W
Roads and Bridges,
Upon hv 'le report bvviW5
McBryde5id Fi F-!3takC
crittee, -thf.nancial reports Nos.
152, 152a, 152aa, and 152b for the
month of May last were approved.
Financial Reports for the month
of June, being the Treasurer's (R
153), Auditor's (R 153a), Audi
tor's Trial Balance, etc. (R 153aa)
and the Joint Report (R 153b)
were received and refeired to Mr.
Gay, of the Finance Committee.
Upon advice of Mr. McBryde,
committee, the petition (P 988) for
a government school at West La
wai, Koloa, was tabled by unani
The report (P 1000) of the
poundmaster for Lihue for the
three months ending June 30th.
was received and approved upon
the recommendation of Mr. Mcne
foglio, standing committee.
The report (P 1001) of the
County road supervisor for the
month of June was received and
ordered placed on file. This report
was as follows:
"Koads: In Waimea district tin1 filling
in of the trestle approach to Waimea
bridge was carried on. (trading on the
trail up the pali back of the Waunea
courthouse was started.
Koloa ilistrict rcgraded the old road
crossing Kalaheo valley aliout 1-ti of a
mile makai of Kalaheo schoolhousc; tliip
road will greatly benefit the Homestead
ers around the makai slope of Kukuolo
no. Work of spiking up the oil surface
ami resurfacing with sand la-gun on the
top of the next hill Waimea side ol
Homestead store on June :!hth. It is un
fortunate that the splendid surface
maintained l-y means of surface oilinj.'
proves dangerous to travel when the
road is wet.
Ill I.iliue, the principal work for the
no nit I was in the erection of a bridge
across Huleia stream in the road to Ki
pu; the rock wan crushed, the west con
crete abutment was finished and the east
abutment half poured. A new deck was
put on and the steel work adjusted at
the Kupaia bridge. In Kawaihau dis
trict new grading on the Kupaa home
stead road went on ami g od work is Ic
At Hanalei the balance of the piic
culvcrts were put in and the. roudlx-d
in. i'le ready for macadam down as far as
the schoolhousc. Very little wusilone in
1 maiadaniizieg, owing to continuous rainy
I weather. The first application of rock
How extends nearly to the lx-ach road.
Stone breaking for the Waikoko section
was started and is now going ahead.
Water Works: Development work at
the spring anil trenching lor pirn- line
was begun at the Kalaheo school water
works, and the 'J0O0 feet of pie required
in on hand.
Schools: All requisitions received at
tention." , A protest (P 1002) from Hana
! lei against the employment of la
borers other than the local laborers
; except skilled mechanics Jwas re
I ceived aud upon motion of Mr.
McBryde. seconded by Mr. Eke
kela, the protest was ordered placed
on file; but the Board at the same
time, by a vote, declared that it
favored the employ ment, where at
all possible, of those resident with
in the district where work is being
Two communications (P 1003)
from II. W. Kinney, Superinten
dent of Public Instruction, recom
mending, besides other matters,
the construction of open air build
ings at Iiltele. Kalaheo and Koloa,
for the uso of the schools at the
named places were received and in
connection therewith Mr. M o r-
agne, upon motion of Mr. Mc
Bryde, seconded by Mr. Menefog
H07 was instructed to construct
the buildings asked for.
A communication (P 1004) dat
ed June 15, 1914, from T. Brandt,
Commissioner of Tublic Instruc
tion, recommending the construc
tion of another open air building
at Kalaheo tor the use of the Ka
laheo scnool was received and
placed on file.
A requisition (.P 1005) from
Mana school for furniture and for
repairs to the school buildings was
received and upon motion of Mr.
McBryde, Mr. Moragne was ins
tructed to purchase the necessary
furniture and to give the school
building the necessary repairs.
Requisitions respectively receiv
ed from the schools at Kekaha (P
1006), Waimea (P 1007), Maka
weli (P 1008), Eleele (P 1009),
Kalaheo (P 1010). Koloa (P 1011).
Huleia (P 1012), Lihue (P 1013),
Hanamaulu (P 1014)). Wailua
(P 1015) and Anahr-la (P 1016),
some of which asked for repairs to
the school buildings and others for
school supplies, were received and
referred to Mr. Moragne with full
power to act in tach case.
Another requisition (P 1017)
V-rn Miss Mumford for the con-
Juction of an extra building and
for repairs to tiie SC'lOW t Ti '
was received and Mr. Moragne
was authorized to construct the
extra building prayed for and to
give the necessary repairs to th
present school buildings.
A list P 1018 of children ot
school age residing at Kapaa - uka,
otherwise known as Kapahi, in the
Kawaihau district, was received and
placed on file. This list was sent to
the Board to prove to it that there
are children at this place and that
a school ought to be built for their
accommodation. With this matter
the Board, upon motion of Mr. Me
nefoglio, seconded by Mr. Kkekela,
voted to recommendto Mr. Kinney,
Superintendent of Public Instruc
tion, to accept an available school
site of one acre at Kapaa - uka in
order that the school needed in
that vicinity could be built. To
prove that the Board meant busi
ness it voted, upon motion of Mr.
Menefoglio and seconded by Mr.
Ekekela, to appropriate the sum of
$600.00 for a school building, to
be built at Kapaa - uka as soon as
the site is available.
Reports P 1019 of school
buildings, etc ; for the month of
June, from Anahola, Ilaena, Ha
nalei, Hanamaulu, Huleia, Keka
ha, Kilauea, Koloa, Lihue, Maka
weli, Wailua, and Waimea were
received and ordered placed o n
The chairman stated for the
committee to whom was referred
the matter of investigating into
the water supply of the Hanamau
lu school, that thete has been un
der construction 1700 feet of pipe
to overcome the difficulty experi
enced in the past by both the teach
ers and pupils of that school
Acting on a complaint verbally
made bv some of the customers at
Koloa, Mr. Moragint was ins'ruct
ed to investigate he county water
system and water supply at Koloa
and to reoort at the next meeting.
By vote each of the districts was
allowed $300.00 for road work for
the next ensuing month.
At 12:00 p. m. the meeting ad
journed. Our ice cream, at the Lihue
Store's soda fountain, is made
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Continued from page 1
Spalding flew out to Fassoth. Stu
dents again, Quintal and Gay sin
gled and Baldwin walked. In a
sort of general scramble. Quintal
was thrown out at the plate and
Gay ran in unnoticed. Baldwin
made a dash for third, but was in
tercepted. Both sides seemed to be
a little rattled. Takettchi singled,
but was caught off first.
In the seventh, Gabriel rtew out
to Baldwin and T. Pacheco failed
at first. A. Perriera struck for one
bag, but Akana died at first. Yap.
for the students, flew out to Gabri
el. Nye and Wadsworth walked
and Yap singled. Fassoth flew out
to Perriera; Nve stole the plate.
Quintal and Gay walked and Wads
worth scored. Baldwin singled and
Yap tallied. At this point. Quintal
deliberately ran in home. Gay
tried the same game but was
Eighth inning, J. Costa and Ta
kitani walked, and on a nix - up
of throws, Costa scored. Ako
walked, but was thrown out at
second. On passed ball by catcher,
Takitani tallied. J. Pacheco walk
ed. Spalding fouled out and Gab
riel died at first. Visitors to bat,
Takuichi singled. Kim Wai failed
at first. Nye singled and Takuichi
scored. Wadsworth hit safe, but
Yap died at first. Fassoth hit hea
vy for one bag. scoring both Nye
and Wadsworth. Quiutal singled,
but Gay failed at first.
The ninth was soon over. T, Pa
checo died at first. Spalding walk
ed, and Akana and J. Costa found
graves at the first sack.
Score by innings
1234567 8 9 Total
McBryde 0000000 2 0 2
All Students 11208143x 20
The teams were as follows:
Mcijry'uw ' - - A3.' Students
Takitani rf WaaV'rth
J. Costa If Itunait
Ako 1-b H. Fassoth
J. Pacheco 2-b Quintal
Spalding ss Takeuchi
Gabriel c Baldwin
T. Pacheco 3-b A. Yap
A. Peniera cf Nye
Aka p Gay
THE SECOND GAME
The second game began at 3
o'clock sharp. The weather was
then much improved, ai-.d the
crowd was even larger than in the
forenoon. Sanborn was on hand
with his picked team, but the old
baseball veteran did not himself
plav. The All Kauais went first to
the field and the game proceeded
as follows: Gay, of the visitors,
flew out to Akina; Baldwin, T.
Pacheco to first and Takeuchi
fanned. For the home team, Kerr
flew out to Takeuchi. Akina sin
gled. J. Pacheco struck to second,
retiring Akina but made first him
self. Spalding died at first.
Second inning, Inman was re
tired, J. Pacheco to first. Nve safe
on wild throw of T. Pacheco to
first. Wadsworth hit safe, but Nye
was thrown out, T. Pacheco to
second. Yap singled, but Wads
worth was thrown out at second.
Home toam up, Malina and T. Pa
checo fanned. J. Fassoth walked,
but Koani died at first.
In the third inning, Hans Fas
soth, for the visitors, fanned.
Quintal and Gay singled, while
Baldwin struck for two bags, scor
i"K Quintal. Takeuchi singled,
and during a little balloony tin ow
ing, Gay scored. Inman fanned.
Nye struck to J. Pacheco, throw
ing Takeuchi out. For the Kauais,
Kruse singled. Kerr was hit by
pitcher. Akina flew out to pitcher.
J. Pacheco drove toward third and
landed safe, but threw out Fassoth,
running for third. Spalding sin
gled and Kerr scored. Malina sin
gled, scoring J. Pacheco. T. Pa
Fourth inning, Wadsworth flew
out Spalding to first. Yap, out to
Fassoth. II. Fassoth singled, but
was thrown out trying to steal sec
ond. Of the Kauais, J Fassoth
fanned, Koani flew out to first and
Kruse died at the same spot.
Quintal opened the fifth by
a clean home run, away over
among the automobiles out of the
field. Gay fanned but was follow
ed by Baldwin with a two bagger.
Takuichi fanned. Inman struck for
three bags, scoring Baldwin. Then
Nye landed a home run, at the
same time scoring Inman. Wads
worth fanned. Kerr, of the Kau
ais, failed at first, Akina fanned
and J. Pacheco failed at first.
In the sixth. Yap hit safe, stole
second and third and on wild
throw, catcher to third, scored. II.
Fassoth died at first. Quintal flew
out to Kruse. Gay singled, but
Baldwin flew out to Spalding.
Kauais to bat. Spalding was re
tired, third to first. Malina flew
out to Quintal and T. Pacheco
Seventh inning, Takeuchi sin
gled. Inman died at first, Nye
walked. Wadsworth fanned, and
Yau walked. Takeuchi was thrown
out trying to steal home. Kauais
up, J. Fassoth flew out to Gay,
Koani fanned and Kruse died at
Eighth inning, II. Fassoth flew
out to Malum. Quintal singled.
Gay fanned and Baldwin expired
at first. Ivor the Kauais. Kerr sin
gled. Akma failed at first. J. Pa
checo singled and on overthrow to
first, Kerr scored. Spalding and
Malina followed each other to a
grave at first.
In the ninth. Takeuchi fouled
out, Inman tanned and Nye died
at first. For the homers, Palmer,
in place of 1. racheco, died at
first. Joe Fassoth flew out to Yap.
Koani walked and Kruse died at
first, ending the game.
Score by innings
All Students 002041000 7
All Kauais 002000010 3
The teams were as follows:
SfMMARlES OF GAMES
AB R 15 1 1 SB PO A E
J. Cta If 4 1 0 2 10 1
Takitani rf 2 1 0 3 10 0
AkcJi., 3 0 1 0 9 0 1
i- ieco 2b ri? -lyJLm
Spalding ss 4 0 1 0 1 1 r -
Gabriel c 4 0 0 0 5
T. Pacheco 3b 4 0 10 2
A. Perreira cf 2 0 111
J. Aka p 2 0 0 0 0
I . Akana p 2 0 0 0 0
29 2 5 9 14 15 9
ABRBIISBPO A E
E. Gay p
H. Nye cf
4 3 2 0 0 6 2
11 14 3 0
3 2 0 3 2 0
2 1 0 10 1
2 2 0 0 0 0
3 2 0 0 0 0
2 2 0 1 1 0
11 0 10 0 0
2 1 2 8 3 0
1 0 0 0 0 0
Wadsworth rf 5
A. Yap 3b 5
II . Fassoth lb 6
Quintal 2b 4
Kim Wai If 2
39 20 14 3 27 15 3
2 base hits, Yap 1; sacrifice hits
Yap 1, Quintal 1; sacrifice fly H.
Fassoth. Struck out by Aka 2; by
Akana 1; by Gay 1; bases on balls,
offAk7; off Akana 9; offGavS;
wild pitch. Aka 2; Akana 5; Gay
2. Faised balls, Gabriel 7; Baldwin
2; hit by pitcher, Quintal. Double
plays, Spalding to Pacheco to Ako;
Quintal unassisted to H. Fassoth.
Hits off Aka in 4 innings 3; off.
Akana v 5 innings 11; umpires:
D. W. Dean and C. Kuhlinan
Scorer, A. A. Akana.
AB R BH SB PO A E
Gay If 5 12 0 10 0
Baldwin c 5 1 10 7 10
Takeuchi ss 5 0 10 2 10
Inman p 51 10230
Nye cf 4 1 1 0 0 0 0
Wadsworth rf 40 0 0 0 00
A. Yap 3b 3 1 1 0 2 5 0
H. Fassoth lb 4 0 1 0 11 10
Quintal 2b 42 30230
39 7 11 0 27 14 0
AB R BH SB PO A E
Kerr rf 4 2 1 0 0 0 0
Akina cf 4 0 10 10 0
J . Pacheco 2b 4 1 10 3 1 1
Spalding ss 4 0 1 C 1 2 1
J. Malina If 4 0 1 0 1 0 1
T. Pacheco 3b 4 0 0 0 0 2 I
J. Fassoth c 3 0 0 0 13 1 1
Koani lb 3000700
Kruse p 4 0 10 13 1
24 3 6 0 27 9 5
3 base hits Inuuu 1; Home runs,
Quintal 1; Nye 1; sacrifice hits
Inman 1; Akina 1; Spalding 1.
Struck out by Kiuse 10; by Inman
7; bases on balls, off Kruse 2; off
Inman 2; wild pitch Kruse 2; pass
ed balls, Fassoth 2; hit by pitcher,
Kerr. Umpires K. Oliver and C.
Kuhltnan. Scorer N. A. Akana.