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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, March 21, 1916, Page 5, Image 5',
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AGAIN APRIL 9TH
THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. MARCH 21, 1916,
A very enjoyable dance wasgiv
eiv Friday evening at "Haleulu
wehi", Lihue, where the guests
were asked to celebrate St. Pat
rick's day, the hostesses and hosts
of the occasion being Mrs. Onr
nianney, Misses Katherine Om
mannty and Grace Barker and
Messrs. Dole and McCall.
Eria Green was the color scheme,
very effectively carried out both
in decorations and refreshments.
Appropriate favors were presented
to each Ruest to wear during the
evening, which, with other well
planned features, rendered the af
fair very distinctive. Among the
guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Broad
bent, Mr and Mrs. Avery, Mrs.
Derby, Mrs. Burke, Mr. and Mrs.
Hopper, Mrs. Bridgewater, Mrs.
Mesick, Mr. and Mrs. Clapper,
Mr. and Mrs. Coney, Mr. and
Mrs. Moragne, Mrs. Hayes, Mr.
and Mrs. Weber, Misses Mum
ford, Lottie Jordan, Silburn Pur
vis, Lulu Weber, Marjorie and
Katherine Wood, Edna Penny
man and Messrs. Horner, Carden,
Morrow, Derby and Dickey,
Miss Alice Regan, of Madison,
Wis., is visiting the Dr. Lymans
at Waimea, the family of the young
lady and the Lymans being old
friends. Miss Regan is on her
way to China, and beside that
country expects to tour Japan and
Formosa with her sister and hus
band, the latter being an American
consul in the Far East.
Bank Examiner Drummond
finished up the books of the county
auditor and the Lihue Branch
Bank at the week-end and return
ed to Honolulu Saturday night.
Kauai is faced with a serious,
temporary shortage of gasoline,
and those dealers having small
supplies will be fortunate in the
next few days.
The trouble came about as a re
sult of a change of schedule by
the Hyades, the main gasoline
carrier from the Pacific coast to
this island. That vessel was due
at Port Allen on the 10th. On ac
count of delays, her arrival date
was changed over to next Mon
day, the 20th, a difference of ten
days. On top of that, however,
has now come the information tfiat
the Hyades must change her route
and go to Maui before coming to
Kauai, which will make her four
days later still, or the 24th., at
When this information became
noised about last week there was a
scurrying here and there for sur
plus gasoline. Several dealers and
a few individuals succeeded in
buying up supplies for their im
mediate demands, and were in
luck. The pinch has come to
those with short supplies, however.
An effort was made by the Kau
ai dealers to get a temporary sup
ply from Honolulu. The gasoline
could be purchased there all right.'
but when it came to the matter of
getting it over here, trouble was
encountered. Gasoline can only
be carried on powder boats and
there will not be such a steamer
for Kauai until the gasoline trouble
Some people may have to lay up
their autos for a few days on ac
count of it.
The second series of matches in
the contest for the Wall & Dough
erty tennis trophy will begin on
Sunday April 9 th. The rules
governing these events state that
the cup shall be Von three times,
tournaments to take place semi
The first series was plavedoff last
October, the winners being Albert
Horner Jr., and Harrison Rice
All entries in the coming series
should be sent in to the secretary
!of the cup committee. H. Vincent,
not later than March 31st. The
committee will meet to make
drawings on April 2nd., and play
begins a week later.
A large number of entries are
rumored, with combinations
which will ensure some very in
teresting doubles events.
The freighter Hyades will ar
rive at Port Allen Friday, coming
There will be a game of base
ball in Lihue park at 2 o'clock
next Sunday afternoon preliminary
to the series of the Fourth Regi
ment. The teams in the competi
tion will be that of the hospital
corps and the nine of Company B.
The hospital corps, by the way,
has developed a very strong aggre
gation. Chris Kuhlmann is its cap
tain. Kruse, of Makawcli, will
be the chief twirler of the team.
Dr. Lyman To
Dr. F. A. Lvman, of Waimea,
left in the Kinau Saturday for a
two-weeks visit to Honolulu, Maui
and Hilo. In the latter town he
will visit his father, Hon. F. S.
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