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THE OARUEN ISLAKD, TUESDAY, JUNE 29, 1915
There will be no games of base
ball in the official series next Sun
day and Monday, July 4 and 5,
but there will be games on each of
those two days between Japanese
and Portuguese picked teams.
The next official games will be
played on July 11, the schedule
from now on being follows:
Makaweli vs. Lihue at Makaweli.
McBryde vs, J. A. C. at McBrvde.
Makaweli vs McBryde at McBryde.
J. A. C. vs Lihue at Lihue. i
Makaweli vs J, A. C at Makaweli.
McBryde vs. Lihue at McBryde.
Makaweli vs Lihue at Lihue.
McBryde vs. J. A. C. at McBryde.
Makaweli vs McBryde at Makaweli.
Lihue vs. J. A. C. at Lihue.
August 15 is left open for play
ing off ativ tie which may develop
during the series.
It is understood that all the
teams will be further strengthened
for the remaining games of the
second series, and indications are
that there will be some classy base
ball before the season closes.
Aubrey Robinson, wife and
daughter were passengers home by
the W. G. Hall Friday morning.
All the Big
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If you attend any of the STi'wX
big college carries you w ill find
that the ball alino-t invariably
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American lrapiie for tfn yeaid, nii'l is t'i?
hall run iti nil I PC rm- rriitlf 1'rt, -
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faction, a nw article or your money hack (etcrpt on Bitis and Btt unJrr $UKJ.
The hr.nl II Or rU'lA It A .u (jl'mK XUf reepff-
nlw4 uutlmriiy of the Amenr-aii league. HiHtory anil ptioto of 4' or Id's
i ocrif ocueuiuot, recorui, &c iu
Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
for the Territory of Hawaii
" Let's Go
"Motorwheeling" means slipping along
on a bicycle with the Smith Motor Wheel
attached. You will not need to pedal the
Smith Motor Wheel will do all the work.
The Smith Motor Wheel is a complete
power plant in itself. It can be attached to
any bicycle in five minutes. It operates and
runs on its own tire, independent of the
bicycle, and does not load or strain the
bicycle in any way. The motor is simple
and compact, perfedly clean and free of
vibration, and is operated and controlled by
a little lever attached to the handle-bar, the
control being, literally, "right under your
For 30 days as an introduction
we will sell the "Ford Special" and
"Monarch'' Spark Plug for 40c each.
KAUAI GARAGE CO., Lihue
J. A. HOGG, Prop.
McBryde Sugar Company paid a
dividend of fifty cents a share from
the office of the agency in Honolu
lu last Friday, this being the first
dividend ever paid t o common
At a meeting of directors of the
Kekiha Sugar Companv held in
Honolulu last Thursday it was vot
ed to pay an extra dividend of one
per cent per month for six mouths,
beginning July 1. This is in addi
tion to the regular dividend of one
per cent a month, which is now
being paid; and brings the total
for the company up to two per
cent a month.
KOLOA ALSO TO PAY
At a meeting of the Koloa Sugar
Company, sdso held in Honolulu
last Thursday, it was voted to be
gin piying dividends. One per
cent a month will be paid until
further notice. This is the first
announcement of dividends made
by Koloa in a long time.
The steamer Kinau will sail from
Kauai next Friday afternoon for
Honolulu in place of Saturday
The Likelike will sail from Nawi
hwih next Saturday afternoon at
5 o'clock for Honolulu, taking
mail and passengers.
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first, in the fast time of 10 3-5 sec
onds. Mr. K. C. Hopper, Ex-Island
Champion High Jumper, gave
an exhibition, clearing the bar at
5 ft fin. Manuel Fernandes jump
ed 22 ft. in an exhibition broad
The prizes offered in the student
events were blue and gold ribbon
badges for first place, and red and
black for second place. The bovs
were classified, according to size,
in three classes: A.. B, C. A prize
was offered for the highest point
winner in each class. Class A prize
was a gold, watch fob, clas"s B a
big-le"ague ball-club; class, C a
watch. There were also prizes of
candv for the girl's races, ball
clubs, gloves, masks, etc. for class
Tadami Akama was awarded
the first prize in class A with
score of 22 points. Paul Rice scor
ed highest in Class B with a tota
of 16 points. William Moragne
and Robert Hogg were tied for
first place in class C, and an addi
tional contest was necessary to de
cide the winner. In the special
high jump Robert won.
After the meet ice cream, cake
and soda water were served, and
the nrizes were awarded by Sena
tor Charles A Rice,
The kindness of friends of the
school jn furnishing prizes and as
sisting with the sports contributed
greatly to the success of the meet.
Judges: K. C Hopper, C. Maser
Manuel Fernstndes, C. A. Rice.
Timers: V. H. Rice, Jr.. E. II
Starter: John Fernandes.
SUMMARY OF EVENTS
100 yd dash (Class C) Robert
Hogg, first, William Moiagne,
second. Kenneth Hopper, third.
Time 16 sec.
50 yd dash (Class B) Final. Paul
Rice, first. Sam Kaeo, second
David I, third. Time 7 sec.
50 vd dash (Class A) Final.. To
mo Ouye, first Tadami Akama,
second. Manuel Pereira, third.
Time 6'4 sec.
50 yd dash (Class C) Robert
Hogg, first. William Moragne
second, Kenneth Hopper, third.
Time 7'5i sec.
50 yd Girl's Race. Josephine
Moragne, first. Martha Wolters,
second. May Wedeniever, third.
Time 7 sec.
100 vd dash (Class B) Final.
Paul Rice, fiist. Sam Kaeo, second
David I, third. Time 14H sec.
100 yd dash (Class A) Final.
Totno Ouye, first. Tadami Akama
second. Manuel Pereira, third.
Time 11-5 4 sec.
50 yd Senior Girl's Race. Final.
Helen Kuhlmann, first. Josephine
Moragne, second. Erna Maser,
third. Time 6 3-5
Running Bioad Jump (Class A)
Tadami Akama, first. Harrison
Rice, second. Alfred Fernandes,
third. Distance 17 ft 8 in.
Running Bioad Jump Class B
Paul Rice, first. Sam Kaeo, sec
ond. Henry Wedemeyer, third.
Distance 14 ft.
Running High Jump Class Al
Harrison Rice, first. Tadami Aka
ma, second Manuel Pereira, third.
Height 4 ft. 7 in.
Running High Jump TClass Bj
Neil Molier, first. Henry Wede
meyer, second. Paul Rice, third.
Height 3 ft 9 in.
Putting 5 lb. Shot Class C
William Moragne, first. Richard
Rice, second. Robert Hogg, third.
Distance 19 ft.
Putting 12 lb. Shot Class A
Totno Ouye, first. Tadami Akama,
second. Harrison Rice, third. Dis
tance 29 ft 2 in.
Putting 8 lb Shot. Class" Bl Sam
Kaeo, first. David I, second. Neil
Moler, third. Distance 24 ft I in.
Pole Vault Class A Tadami
Akama, first. Tomo Ouye second.
Height 7 ft 6 in.
Special 50 yd dash. Manuel won
in 5 2-5 sec.
Special 100 yd dash. Manuel
Fernandas won in 10 3-5 sec.
Special Exhibition High Jump.
K. C. Hopper; height 5 ft 6 in.
Special Exhibition Broad Jump.
Manuel Fernandes jumped 2J. ft.
Ijj The Circuit Court, Fifth
Circuit,. Territory of1
In Probate at Chambers, No.
In the matter of the Estate of
Katnaliiwahine Kahukina, deceas
Order of notice of petition for
allowance of accounts, determining
trust and distributing the estate.
On reading and filing the peti
tion and accounts of Hawaiian
Trust Company, Limited, Admin
istrator with the Will annexed of
the Estate of Katnaliiwahine Kahu
kina. deceased, wherein petitioner
asks to be allowed $1013.00 and
charged with $1013.00, and asks
that the same be examined and ar -proved,
and that a final order be
made of Distribution of the remain
ing property to the persons thereto
entitled and discharging petitioner
and sureties from all further res
It is ordered, that Saturday, the
10th. of July, A. D., 1915,"" at 10
o'clock A.M. before the said Cir
cuit Court of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit at the Court Room of
said Circuit Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit, at Lihue in the
County of Kauai, be and the same
hereby is appointed the time and
place of hearing said Petition and
Accounts, and that all persons in
terested may then and there ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why the same should not be
granted, and may present evidence
as to who are entitled to the said
property. And that notice ot this
Order, be published in The Gar
den Island newspaper printed and
published in said County of Kauai,
for three successive weeks, the last
publication to be not less than ten
days previous to the time therein
appointed for said hearing.
Dated the 7th. day of June, 1915
(Sgd.) Lyle A. Dickey
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(vSgd.) D. Wm Dean
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
In the Circuit Court of the
Fifth circuit. Territory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Mrs. Wilhelmina Labenz, deceas
Order of Notice of Hearing Pe
tition for Administration.
Ou Reading and Filing the Pe
tition of Friedrich Labenz, hus
band, of Lihue,- Kauai alleging
that Wilhelmina Labenz of Lihue
Kauai, died intestate at Lihue
Kauai, on the 2nd. day of April
A. I), isms, leaving property in
the Hawaiian Islands necessary to
be administered upon, and pray
ing that Letters of Administration
issue to some fit and proper person
It is ordered that Saturday, the
24th. day of July. A. D, 1915. at
9 o'clock A. M., be and hereby is
at pointed for hearing said Petition
in the Court Room of this Court at
Lihue, Kauai, at which time and
place all persons concerned may
appear and show cause, if any they
have, why said Petition should not
Dated at Lihue, Kauai June 21st.
(Sgd.) Lyle A. Dickey, .
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
June 22-29. July 6-13.
To The Tax Payers
Mr. Luther Dermont Timmons,
has been duly appointed, from
June 30th 1)15, as Deputy Tax
Assessor & Tax Collector of Lihue
District, County and Island of
Kauai, vice A. G. Kaulukou, re
signed. J. K. Farley,
Assessor Fourth Division.
Koloa, Kauai, June 28th., 1915.
C, II. 'Dye and Frank Howes,
two auto experts of Honolulu, are
touring Kauai on business.
A meeting of the Industrial Ac
cident Board of the county of Ka
uai, Territory of Hawaii, will be
held at the District Court room,
county building, Lihue, island of
Kauai, on the evening of Thurs
day, July 1. 1915, begining at 7:30
o'clock, for the consideration of
any matters which . may properly
be brought before it.
L. D. Timmons,
E. E. Mahlum, secretary.
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii, June 22,
June 22 29.
The Board of Supervisors of the
County ot Kauai, at Lihue, Kauai,
will receive sealed tenders up to
10 o'clock a. m. of July 7, 1915,
for furnishing all Materials, Labor,
Tools and Machinery and macada
mizing four miles of road begin
ning at a point one and a half
miles on Lihue side of Kilauea,
and extending four miles toward
Lihue to the Moloaa stream.
About 7,000 cubic yards of crush
ed rock will be required. The
contract is to be paid for by the
cubic vard for all crushed rock ap
plied in approved manner.
A certified check amounting to
5 of the amount of bid must ac
company each bid. Bond as required
Specifications will be furnished
by the undersigned, on receipt of
$5.00 which will be. returned on
return of specifications.
J. H. Moragne.
SEALED TENDERS will be re
ceived by the Superintendent of
Public Works up until 12 noon of
Saturday. July 10th, 1915, FOR
THE CONSTRUCTION OF THE
EXTENISON TO THE WAI
ME A RIVER WALL. WAIMEA
KAUAI. (Second Advertisement.)
The Superintendent of Public
Works reserves the right to reject
any or all tenders.
Plans, specifications and blank
forms of proposal are on file in th
office of the Superintendent of Pub
lie Works, Capitol Building, Ho
Charles R. Forbes (S)
Superintendent of Public Works
June 17. 1915.
June, 21-28. July, 6.
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HONOLULU SCHOOL FOR BOYS, INC.
80 resident Cadets.
In order to insure admission in September applications should
be made as early as possible.
For prospectus and all particulars apply
L. G. BLACKMAN, Principal
P. O. Box 502 Honolulu.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
'Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subjectL.
to check. Certificates of de-.vf
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe DErosiT Boxes for
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