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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 29. 1916
The following rule? of volleyball,
which has Ix'gun to take hoM on
Kauai, nro published by request of
wimp of tin enthusiasts:
Object To keep a large inflated
ball in motion across a net eight feet
high by striking with the open palm
or wrist. The ball must be kept
from touching the floor
Ball The ball shall be round,
made of rubber bladder covered with
a leather case; eight inches in dia
meter, weight 10 to 13 ounces.
Players Teams for match games
consist of nine players. For all
other games any numlier from one
to :0 or 40 may play. Each side
selects its captain. An umpire is
necessary to eliminate argument as
to "out-of-lounds" and "hind
rance." Grounds The grounds should
measure 70 feet long by 40 feet
wide, but this varies with the fields
nt disposal. A tennis net, or the
regulation volley! mil net two feet
wide, is stretched across the center,
from side to side. The upper edge
should be from ( feet inches to 8
feet above the ground. Eight feet
is the oflicial height.
Rules of Service The captains
toss for choice of sides. The loser
has first serve. The ball is then put
in play by being served by a mem
ber of his side, who stands at the
rear boundary line of his court.
From this position the ball is tossed
upward lightly from one hand and
batted with the palm or wrist of the
other toward and into the opponent's
court. Each server has one trial in
which to send the ball fair into the
opponent's court. If he fails ser
vice passes to the opposite side. The
server fails as follows: If the ball
i n passing t o opponent's court
touches any part of net. If served
ball falls outside o f opponent's
court, not having previously been
touKhed by any opponent. The
"ff a lit
flayers on eacn sine must tauc
turns (rotate) in serving.
Rules of Play The ball must al
ways be batted with the open palm
or wrist. The ball must be return
ed to opponent's court before touch
ing ground. Any number of flay
ers may play the ball, but none may
"dribble," i. e., hit the ball more
than once before played by another
of his own side. '
The ball is thus volleyed back and
forth across the net until one side
fails to return it, allows it to touch
the floor or knocks it out of IhiuiuIs.
Hall is not put out of play by hit
ting the net after the serve. The
ball -may be struck by one or both
hands or wrists at the same time.
If the ball at any time strikes hang
ing or movable apparatus inside of
limits of court or, when played on
play-ground, if ball hits a branch of
tree or other obstruction to fair pro
gress of ball, the ball is then de
clared dead by either side calling
"hindrance," and point is played
over. If umpire is present he alone
Hall at Net If the ball is knoek
mI into the net and, before touching
the ground is recovered by another
player of the same side, it is still
No foul is committed by player
hitting net in playing the ball.
Foul is committed only when play
er pulls net toward his own side.
Scwre The score is made entirely
on opponent' failure to return ball
fair or on opponent's fouls. Duly
the serving side scores. A good serve
unreturned counts one point for
serving side. A point 's similarly
scored by serving side whenever
their opponents fail to return a fair
ball while in play. If serving side
fails either to serve fair or to return
ball it merely puts them out and is
called by the umpire, "hand-out:"
that is, the service passes to oppon
ents, but no score is made on the
If the ball strikes any object out
side of the court and bounds back it
is dead ami counts against side
knocking it out. It is a foul tot
ally player to catch the ball or to
hold it even for for an instant.
The game consists of 21 points.
The lo.-ing side has first serve in
a succeeding game.
Notice of Sale of Government Leases
At 12 o'clock noon, Monday, September 18, 1916, at the front door
of the Capitol BuildinR. Honolulu, there will be sold at public miction,
under Section 380, Revised Law of Hawaii of 1915, general leases
of the following described lands:
ANAHOLA LOTS, ANAHOLA. KAUAI.
(1 . . . 4 1.97 Acs. 5 yrs. from Sept 24, 1916
(2) ,. 20 .31 ' yrs from Sept. 24, 1916
(3) .. 22 1.7 " 5 yrs. from Sept. 18, 1916
(4) .. 53 .88 " 5 vt. from Sent. 24, 116
(5) .. 54 1.2 " 5 yis. from Sept. 24, 1916
(6) . . 55 1.85 " 5 vis. from Sept. 24, 1916
(7) . . 56 2.48 " 5 vts. from Sept. 24, 1916
(8) .. 57 2.06 " 5 y is. from Sept 18. 1916'
(9) Eots Nos, 24. 25 and 26, Block "J", Kapaa Town Lots,
containing an area of 22,445 square feet, more or less; upset rental
825.00 per annum, payable semi-anmiallv in advance; tenii of lease,
5 yearsfrom September 18, 1916.
(10) 3.0 acres, more or less, ot land situate nt Kapaa, Puna.
Kauai, for Mule Stables and Camp Site; upset rental, $50.00 per an
num, payable semi-annually in advance; term of lease, 5 years from
September 18, 1916. .
Purchaser shall pnv cost of advertising.
For maps and further Information, npnlv at the office of the As
sistant Sub-Agent. Miss Bernice Hundley. K auai, or nt the
office of the Commissioner of Public Lauds. Capitol Building. Hono
Bkrtkam O. Rivknbitrc; II ,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu. August 3, 1916.
Aug. 8-15-22-29, Sept. 5-12.
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For Sale By All The Best Stores
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Notice of Sale of
Government Land 1
A 12 o'clock noon, Moiuliy.!
September 18, 1916. the fallowing
government land will be sold al
public auction, at the front door of
the Capitol Building. Honolulu:
Block "L." Kapaa Town Lots.
Pima , Kauai, containing an area;
of 66.640 square feet, more or less. ;
Upset price, $1,000.00.
Terms Cash. j
Purchaser shall pr.v cost o f j
For maps and further informa
tion, apply at the office of the As- j
sistant Sub-Agent, Miss He; nice I
Hundley, Kapaa, Kauai, or at the
office of the Comiubsioner of Pub
lic Lands, Capitol Building, Ho
nolulu. Bkrtkam G Rivknisukgh.
Commissioner of Public Lands
Dated at Honolulu, August 3.
Aug. 8-15-22-29. Sept. 5-12.
In Thk Circuit Court ok Tin-:
Fifth Circuit, Territory
I of Hawaii.
j In Chambers
! Juan Vilche, Libellant vs. An-
; tonia Frank Yikhe, Libelke. Libel
The Tenitorv of Hawaii to An-
I tonia Frank Vilche:
You are hereby notified of the
I endency of the above entitled
action, and that by order of the
above tntitk-d Court, said Libel is
set for hearing on October 31st,
116, in the Court Room of the
Judge of thj Circuit Court of the
Fifth Judicial Circuit, at Lihue,
County of Kauai. Territory ot Ha
waii, at 9:00 o'clock A. M. of said
day, or as soon thereafter as the
same can be heard.
Dated Lihue, Kauai, August 16,
Kmii.y Loi is,
Assistant Clerk. Circuit Court
of the Fifth Circuit, T. II.
Aug. 22 29. Sept. 5 12-19 26.
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
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