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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, July 11, 1916, Page 5, Image 5',
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A SOCIAL FEATURE
The Glorious Fourth
(Continued from page 1.)
the military events of the day be-
Each of the twelve companies
01 me regiment entered teams for
the squad competition. The con
test w is swift and spirited. Com
panies E and F, hoth of Kealia,
a reinforced orchestra and the
Lihue brass band.
The grand march started at 9
o'clock, after which the regular
dance program was entered upon
and kept up to an early morning
The affair was one of the big
nest, swellest and most enjoyable
of the week.
The Governor's banquet at Ho
tel Fairview Thnrsday evening to
officers and prominent citizens
concluded with a grand ball in
Lihue Social hall, attended by
prominent people from all parts won fifst al,(l second places, res
ot tne island, for the occasion pecuvciy, their scores beinR 74
the hall and lanais were gorgeous-. and Company I,, of Waimea,
ly decorated. Music for dancing !was a c'ose third and Company B,
w s supplied a part of the time by 'Lihue, was fouith.
The commanier of G Company
squad, Eleele, left out 7, 8 and 9
movements. The commander of
1 Company's squad left out the
first movement while the squad
commander of M left out the fourth
movement. These omissions count
ed heavily against the squads con
cerned. COMPANY COMPETITIONS
Tho company competitions were
verv close. Company E. Kealia.
took tlie first prize (the tine cup
of the Kauai Chamber of Com
merce), making 100 1-2 on a basis
of 140 points, or 7) on a b isis of
U points. Company L. Waimea.
was second, with 67 on a basis of
100 points. Company II, Home
steads, was a close third and Com
pany F, Kealia, was only two
points behind for fourth place.
The comment of the judges on
this competition were as follows:
"Commander of A Company
either forgot or neglected move
ments Nor. 7 and 13, Also lost
points by talking to his men.
"Commander of B Company left
out 7th movement;
"Commander of G Company left
out all platoon movements;
"Commander of M Company
marched off the field after com
pleting four movements."
All of the prizes were presented
by the Governor, he making a
neat, short speech in each instances.
Tbi-rc was a big Chinese wedding,
following by n reception and dinner
in Oriental style at Kapaia Sunday,
which was attended by a large mini-Im'i-
of people of all nationalities.
The contracting parties were one
C'bu Kong, of Kapaia. and Miss
Xg Kam Sun, a young Chinese girl
o f Lihue. There were both the
Chinese and American ceremonies,
the latter Iteing conducted bv Judge
L. A. Dickey.
Derbys Go East
Dr. A. J. Derby, the dentist, son
and mother have gone to Honolulu
and the coast. Thev will tour Cali
fornia and go as far east as New
York returning i n about three
months. It is not yet certain who
will act in Dr. Derby's place in
the meanwhile, although a Dr.
Rawley is due here for that purpose.
The regiment was again formed,
paraded and passed in review. It
was then massed in front of the
THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JULV li, 19.6,
reviewing stand and the pretty
ceremony of receiving the colors,
presented by the Mokihana Club,
was gone through with, Mrs. Lyd
gate presenting the flag and Colo
nel Broadbent receiving it on be
half of the regiment, as elsewhere
Hon. II. D. Wishard was chair
man during the literary part of
the program. After appropriate
introductory remarks, he intro
duced Miss Dora Broadbent, who,
in a clear voice, read the Declara
tion of Independence. The first
speaker was Rev. C. D. Milhkin,
whose remarks are presented else
where in this issue, and the final
sneaker was Governor Pinkh.itn.
Patriotic air?, "Stars and Stripes
Forevtr." "Red. White and Blue"
and, lli ally, "Star Spmiij. 1 d Ban
ner," were rendered bv th band
at appropriate interval.
INTKkMISSION FOR LUNCH
At this point thrc wa tin in
termission for lunch. Tht tioops
and tiiunv visitors an ok of the
bounteous spread arranged in tents
on the county I uil. itig grounds .
Governor l'inkhani. General Jrhn-
sou, Ctlu::tl Lincoln, the local
lieute: ant colonel, Mrjor Bald
win. Captain Larrisuii, Cc plain
Nogele, with several Udis of the
party, were tin, guests of Colonel
and Mrs. Broadbent at luncheon,
n.tiiii.iuu to the parkin season
for the atleruoon sports.
DANCE AT EVENING
The leading event at evening
whs a u.mcc in Lihue Social Hall,
which wus attended bv many peo
pie from near and fur. Most of
the Lihue officers of the National
Guard were ptesent in their white
dress uuiiurms, while all of the
Honolulu officers were in evidence
in their mess jackets and gold
trimmings. Music was supplied
by an orchestra from Waimea. The
hall decorations, which went large
ly to national flags, bunting, palms,
etc., were very pretty. This f
fair kept up to the early hours of
W. A. Fernandez' Program This Week
Daniel Frohman Presents
Filmdom's Foremost Fun
In a Hilarious Comedy of
Thrilling Adventure and Hu
Bv William II. Clifford
In 5 Acts
The Second Episode of
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Hundreds upon hundreds of theaters from one end of the United States to the other are showing
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"HEARST SELIG NEWS"
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