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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, SKPTHMBKR 8, 1614
Piof. T.A.Jaggai, the volennolo
gist, has arranged to give apictner
exhibition of the emotion of Sulnt-
rajitna, Japan in Lihue hnll tomor
row evening, beginning at S o'
r.iri' Tmf. lnoLTiv is director of
tho Hawaiian Volcano Obervn-
lor'v. and sneut I'Vliniiiry to Aptil
of this vear in lapan studying the
lie ha a verv large number of
slides of features of the eruption,
taken at numerous points, a n 1
some 600 feel of motion pi.-tine
film, depicting the most thrilling
features of the eitiplinn itself.
The object of the' entertainment
is to raise funds for the benefit ol
the IInwiiiic.il Volcano Research
Association, which is in need oi
assistance for carrying on the wml;
which h a d been so sphndia
THE HIGH- SCHOOi
The following niuiouiiceineii!
concerning the opening of the ikm
Kauai Grammar And High Schoi.l
has been prepared bv the piiiic
pal, Mr. Win. C. Avery:
The Kauai Grammar and High
School will open on tile 14th ol
September. In the High School,
tuition is free, but in the Grammar
School a fee will be charged to
make up the salary of the gradi
teacher, a1; per agreement with tin
Department of Put.lie Instruction.
Students enrolling f o r grad.
work, will be accepted onlv upon
agreement of parents to shaie tins
All pupils should briny certifi
cates from last school attended,
showing their grade and standing.
Also bring text books formerly
used in order to avoid duplication
in ordering new books.
Pupils wishing to sell o r ex
change books may consult with the
There are seveial Chinese boys,
who would be glad to work for
their board during the nchuol vear.
If .you are one, who can offer part
time employment to a student on
these conditions, please write lo-day
to the Principal, at Li hue
If you live at Lihue, and could
take one or two boarders, write to
the Principal, stating terms. These
are very practical ways in which
you may help the new High School.
Parents who have not made ar
rangements for their children to
board at Lihue, should make pro
vision as early as possible. The
Principal will gladly give anv help
that he can. Write to him.
Palmer Woods, candidate for
nomination on the Democratic tick
et for Delegate to Congiess, came
over in t h e Kinau Wednesday
morning and returned bv the wiine
steamer Friday night, after making
a hurried tour of most of Kauai.
Mr, Woods was somewhat handi
capped on account of being a new
candidate in the field, and having
few acquaintances in the various
precincts; but everywhere he went
he created a good impression by
the straighttorward, earnest way
in which he presented his- case.
It is generally conceded that had
Mr. Woods come out earlier
would have enlisted quite n follow
ing; and he will probablv get quite
few Hawaiian votes on this island
as it is.
Mr. Woods campaign on Kauai
was largely of the liousc-to-houfe
variety. He was accompanied most
of the time bv local acquaintances
who introduced him to such r-
sous as he happened not to know
already. Mr. Woods seemed to feel
that he had a chance of defeating
McCandless in the primary. He is
well supported on Hawaii and in
PALMER WOODS IN
QUEST OF VOTES
Continued fiom im.lc
break towatd the middle
game and their hist v;
were quick to take aih air
the apparent confusion.
Alex Desha held the i
and started the ganu n .
For five, swift inniim-. !
crossed the plate for titlu : - L
In the sixth, however. M 't
loosened thing!- u p In t
three men This inniliK I !-
as follows: IX-ncki, first m i
walked and adduced t. s
Ako was handed a bag on fin,,
A. Fernundei. Si a! In
Gabriel fanned. J. Paeheco ti
drove a liner which bci nmi .
shortstop, scoring DcncLi, a...
wild throw by A. I'Yiiu.ri! s
second. Ako mid I-leh-.c t
making three rtns tot lii.u i:. i .
The Makaweli-. scored tlmi.
mil in the S'-vo.th. ,i .
na, who lum :n n i : i i t I
llls.t 111lllg, ,i.S t i . 1
two h::s, klt.iuz on t. '
cri-andex v.is rc.rn!, Lend
Ako. KiiiM.- i.it ;o left, ih
bouncing ov.-r J. Pnolkiu - !.
a n d 1, tting Kn.-e in t-, :.,
Thompson, who "-us siti . ,,
for Rtiposn, sit g'.ed to nghi , . ;
ing Kruse. Jo::n Costa was ; :
pitcher. With on- iiii:ii dow.. .m
lo on bases, .-ikdiia was relieved
in lie box b mo Atn ("cm, .i
Ik-nder" ), w Ik. came to the rescue
in the nick of time, and then- was
no more scoring for the Makawelis.'
In the eighth the Mclhvdes scor
ed tWO Ul'llj mils. TViinl,; r.,..i
man up, doubled to left. Akc inn
lied. Spalding sacrificed, pitchei
to first. Denchi assisted to third.
Gabrirl then drove a liner to right
which hit Thompson's toes and
bouiukd into the hue of antos,
giving the batter a home run.
In the ninth the McHrvdes made
a final run closing the game as in
dicated. Scoie by Innings
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00 0 003 0 21 6
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Runs 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1
Hits loonni ni s
' " 2 ! t : - n f. f, .
AH R IJH PO A K
35 6 7 27
A 15 R 13 H PO
J no. Costa 2b 4 0
Akina 3b 5 O
. Ft-rnn tides ss 4 0
J. Fassoth c 5 0
II . Fassoth lb 4 n
Oneha If 2 0
M. Fcrnaudes c 3 0
Kruse ) 4 1
Rapi-so rf 1 0
Thompson rf 2 0
27 11 5
Struck out by Akana 6. bv Aka
3. by Kruse. 9. Bases on balls, ,fT
Akana 2: off Aka 2: off Kruse l.
I h'ts and one run oft" Alcana in 6' s
innings: 1 hit off Akana in '2 i in
nings. Hit by pitcher. Tuo. Coshi.
M. Feruandes, Joe Costa
r .fi .... i ti, , - t
4tii mi liases, iwcnryues o.
Mak.vwelis 11. 2 base hits. Denrhi:
3 base hit Kruse: home run, Gab-
riel. Sacrifice hits, Smldin ;
Akana 1 : T. Paeheco 1 .
Umpire. A. Desha: scorer.
Wantcil young girl to assist
taktiiK care of voting eh Id
Honolulu. Address stating, a
experience, references, salary
quired and nationality. D, P.
Box 561 Honolulu.
Honolulu, he thinks.
It was anticipated by mam h.
.Mr woods would address t h
crowd at the steamer landing in U:
afternoon, prior to his departu.c
hut he did not do so, seeming i-"i
lent to leave bis i ne with the u
it?, whom he had personalis -i.-t.-n.
J. I. Si-.va, Prep.
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KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Mawjix Hmtki
P. O. Box 524
The Supervisors of tin vutmly
of Kauai will receive sea! .-'. Ten
ders until 10 o'clock A. m. of Oct.
7th 1()14. lor furnishing all Mateii
al, Tools, Labor and Machinery
and niacadani.ing three miles of
road between Waikoko Bridge and
Haena sand flats.
Also for furnishing all Mattiial
Tools, Lalnr and machinery and
macadamizing 4500 feet of road
from the residence of Win. Werner
to the-Hanalei Landing, and S5o
Jeet of road from the Ham.hi
court-house to the main road ami !
io the Landing road. '
' All in the District of Hanalei.
Bids to be acconipnnced by a
certified check amounting to $'
of the amount of bid
Bends as required by law.
Ph.iH and spec fications will be
furnished for the sum of $5.00 on
application to the undersigned.
J. II. Mokacnk,
Countv Road Supervisor.
Lihue, Kauai Sept S -15 - 22 - 29,
Mrs. Wilcox's Luich
Mr. Albert S. Wilcox gave a j
wvl!-:'pr,inic-d luncheon Thins-',
dav ciitenioon, the following ladies!
being presmt: Mrs. F. W Damon,
Mis. J. W. Girvin. Mrs. J H.j
Soper and Mrs. Arthur Rice, ot
Honolulu; Mrs. Dr. Putinan, Mrs. i
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(In this column, r.iutinuinguntil
election day, will appear the cards
or -announcements of r.ind'dates
for Congros and the Hawaiian
fjgislature. Voters are urged to
read them over caiefully each
week, and act accordingly.)
FOR Till? S15NTATli
, Kekaha Kauai.
Julv 28. 1914.
To The Voters Of Kauai:
I herebv formally Announce my
s'. If a candidate for nomination bv
he voters of Kauai at the primary
election to lv held September 12.
'J 1 4 . as a Republican, for the Sen
le of the Territory of Hawaii.
I feel that 1 can relv upon tuv
i vist .e rd in t'.K Senate as a legi
r i i"' and reasonable basis of ap
pial to the votvi-nf Kauai for their
'suppi'it in '.lie primary and at ilie
, poll ifi November
Verv truly yours
H. . Kviuis: x.
II c v ,1. 11 ,
FOR THK LIv ? ISLATURIv
''o tl.e Voters nl Kauai:
I herebv give formal notice thai
I w .M be a candidate mi- the pri
man election on September 12 for
nomination as a RepuHican'to suc
ceed myself in the House of Ri
presentatives of the Teiritory of
I have been urged to seek elec
tion at your hands to the Senate
this time, but alter due considera
tion have concluded that I can best
serve yo 1 and the island of Kauai
in the House.
Soliciting your individual and
iinite;'. support, in the campaign,
and at the polls, I am.
J. II . Conry,
Representative Sixth District.
July 17. 1914.
b'OR THE HOUSE OF
To the Voters of Kauai:
I herebv announce nivself a
candidate, as a Republican, for
nomination by the primary t o
be he'd September 12, 1914, for
the House of Representatives.
If nominated and elected, I
promise the people of this island a
rigorous and intelligent adminis
tration of their affairs.
I solicit your support and votes
in the primary and at the regular
election in November.
Jamiss K. Kui.a
Koloa. Kauai. Julv 20, 1914.
The Honolulu Construction &
Draying Co. Ltd., Owners of Ila- j
waiian lixpress Co. and Nieper's
Express, solicit the handling ofj
your baggage upon arrival at Ho
nolulu. Our men meet all Kauai
Steamers and special attention is
paid to Kauai baggage Prompt
and Reliable delivery. Advt.
Wholesale and Retail Grocetie
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Supplies. ' !
In thu Circuit Court, .Ftrrit
Al Chambers--In Pro'iatr,
In the Matter of tne liuate of
Kninaliiwahine Kahiikina, deci-.iv
Xotice to Creditois.
Xotice is hereby given that !hi'
undersigned has been appointed
and has qualified is Administrator
with the will annexed of the estate
of Knuialiiwnhiiie Kahiikina, de-'
ceased. All p.-rsons indebted 'to
the K'tate of Kanialiiwahine Ka
hiikina, dei-e.i.-.ed, are herebv mui
fied to mak- iunueJiate pavmcnt
to the undersii nid at iv office No.
120 South Kin-; Street. Honolulu.
Territory of Hawaii All cjJ,i.'(,S
of the said Estate t Kamaiifwa'ni
110 Kahukiu.;. Tn.. 1 asid. aiv larthv
notified to piMut their claims,
duly authenticated and with pro
per vouchers att.iehed (Kany.x.
ist) even thoiivh Mich ci.iinu 1,
securel i. inor ga -e ol r- ,i' t-..,!,.,
to llu 11 ,1 : iii-i1 1 .,, tKfifrf
'lawaiia- Tim. 1 l" , , Jua.
ed, Honoi.uu. Turiii.iv ui ll,i'.np,
within six month h(-- dale lme.
of which is the date n, 1 )u- first
pu .hcat-.ou ol Ihi.v in i: , , ,,, vv-. , j , .
in six mouth.-, alter the : me shijM
b eoitn. df.e or .sin.h chums 11
be forever bat red.
DaUd at Ho.ioh.ln, T. h'. Ai-g.
H U UIAV TKITl' CdMl-AtiV,'
Administrator iiih tlu- wii!
T!l! 1.1. -
nexed of the estate o: Knnmliiw.
bine Kuhukiixi, did-astd.
Aug 2th. Sep J . s 15 ,.,(!
YOC iihva.v.i iMi-i ini er .vijtn Jjqi
THK .niKRKJAN ("ONTINIiNT
If you travel viu
'Iiu- ,S'iiie Line of the AVorM
Feathi'i- ltivcr Canyon ami the
Denver & Rio Grande
ri:i:i 1.. u-aldijox, ltd., mtu
The only two Mens behind thu
niiuitifac'tunuuid sale of ItlCtiAl.
.SHOES are: to give the niiixi
niuin of ,tylc anil comfort for tl)tj
jiiuft reitfonuhlo prieit. 1
Sold in thin Territory byv""
REGAL SHOE STORE
(Parcel Post Charges Prepaid)
Two seater and double rum
ble Overland automobile in good
condition. Will sell for cash very
M. J. Fassoth, Makaweli.
Gkain and Chickun
Sole Agents for
Iiiternutioiml Stock, Poultry Food
and other specialtiw. Arabic for
cooling Iron Hoofo. IVtiilinna In
cubators and Uroodent.
King's StutciAi. Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Hono
L. Y. TIMn
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