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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY AUGUST, 29, 1916
THE BOY SCOUTS'
cCAMP AT POLIHALE
Passengers In And Out Mr. Roendahl's Present
For The House
The following arrived by the Ki- Manager k. Roendahl, of Mc- David Kanealii. of Wainiha,
nan llmrsday morning: u. i . uryae store, wno is treasurer oi me Hanalei. Kauai, hereby announces
Wilcox, Col. Spalding, R. P. Spald- . M. C. A. on kauai, has present- himself to be a candidate for notn
ing, T. Ford, C. V. Spitz, Hans ed the sailors of the interned tier- ination by the Republican Prim-
Isenberg, Miss M. Tulloch, Miss J. man cruiser Geier with the full or- arv for tj,e House of Representa-
Smith. R vnn Holt. U. (5r.iv. Miss rhestration of the new Honolulu 1 :..
11 . .., , . rn ' ' ' uvea.
. crowuiM out oi me last issue oi nir.i jjia von Holt, Mrs. II. Von Holt, song written by Molly Pearson
liAKPKN lsi.AXDj Mi IT V. Ri'mviiP. Miss Marvvon ITnW He seenred thp words and
The boys Who Went into Camp at r? v r..i.ir A (. 1l, w1ffnJ ,,,sWrnm .Trtii.ns Dnnhnr.
(This article w a s regrettably
Wainiha. Hanalei, May 15. 1916.
Polihalo on the IHh. anl 10th. of
Carl Haldwi'isner, Com. P. II.
August did not stay there as long ns aiian) . s. Y. Herbner, A. K. C. Abana. clerk of the county
Murnhv, J. Campbell Y. II. Zim- clerk, and bride (nee Miss Dora Tel
ler) arrived in Lihue on Thursday.
For The House
I'c they had planned. After two or
hw three days, hiking in the canyons
S'lty hevond Polihale the camp was niov-
le i . ,
imI to Wannea River, as the nios-
conquitocs broke the boys sleep at night
defi and the sight of a few small ham
Tb"r"'U'U' snni'k! f,tebtcned them
' .'Lnn the fine swimming to be had
merman, John Mendes, K. C. Aha
na, Mrs. Ahana, Mrs. Rrila, Master
Scott, (i. K. Smith, E. V. Todd, E
C. Serle, k. Cullen, 1. rujmioto,
Miss X. Kekumano. Mrs. C. Mae-
farlane, D. Withington, S. Spitzer,
.1. II. Rusher, S. Moriokh. M. Oza
ki. J. II. Role, Mrs. Role. Mr. and
August, 29, 1916.
To The Voters of Kauai:
I hereby announce my candidacy
Hegcnliotham, F. Peterson, L8 n Keoublicon for nomination at
A. D. Alexander. II. G. Danford, I f.,i
-i ' ' i i vri i u in u 1 1 itt 1'iiiiini i iivii'ii ioi i . , - . . . . ,,
C. R. Cooper, Jr., L. EWrsole, Mrs. the House of Representatives, and i nlv s'om, st'rHim r.
. i w 1 " I . .. . ..
11. C. JSrown, 3irs. a. uancn, .uiss soijcit the votes and support of all 1 ony JV- '''"'''
W. W. Dimond & Co.. Ltd.
dd on the beach there.
Ik After Mr. Erie Knudsen had gone
Pt' to a great deal of trouble and ex
pense to lit up the camp, supplying
temporary shelter for those who were
without tents, ami putting in anoui . i?1.,,u. rr, Hokum. Miss Lucas.
. . i . , . , v - , r irWHl riUMMIS
' Miss Case. If nnminnterf and elected I mini.
The following sailed by the Maui I fee my best efforts in behalf of Ka
last Tuesday afternoon for Ilono- uai and the Territory
.1 qts. Saucepan mid Cover....
1 qts. LipiK-d Saucepans
1 qt. Stew ran
2 qts. Douhle Holler
H)4 qts. Tea KettUs
8 pes. Kitelirii S t-
consisting hi :
1 only 8 iiich .KWy Cake l'i.n.
1 only Cake Tnrin'i-.
1 only Meitniriiix t'ii.
1 only !-ii Pie Pint.-.
1 only Flat Skinnacr.
... . 1.(0
Ransome Concrete Machinery
Catton, Neill, & Co., Ltd.
right into camp it was with regret
that the site was changed.
Camp was established a t the
mouth of Wainiea River a week ago
Simdav. after the bovs had hiked
in from Polihale.
The tiwxt day the boys Inked to
Pun Ka Pele with supplies for over
night, a pack horse carrying blan
kets and lunches. The party arrived
at Pun Ka Pele about five o'clock,
and pitched their tents near the
water tank. The Ihivs had a fine
view of Kauai's Grand Canyon. They
returned to Wainiea the following
dav at an early hour, ready for a
grood rest before taking the Olokele
Wciincsilay morning they were
taken to beyond Camp ine (Maka-1 won i to o.
weli), from where the walk into For a practise match the affair of
the canyon is easier and
lulu: G. P. Wilcox, I) R. Straus,
K. Roendahl. E. Heine, J, Lord,
W. C. Woodward. Mr. and Mrs. F
L. Schmidt, J. L. Teraoka, K. Ha-
m r . T T A Y 1
mano, .Master iiamano, i. a. uick-
ev. C. F. Lund. Mr. and Mrs. Ma-
ser, Miss Maser, Miss Turner, S
Molina, S. E. Wooley, Charles
John de C. JarvIs.
"The Home of Houseware"
53-65 KING STREET, HONOLULU.
The Annual meeting of the Hui
Kuai Aina o Waniha will be held
at their business office in Wainiha
on the 7th. of September, 1916, at
10 a. m.
By then, all persons who are in
terested or have any rights in the
land above mentioned are hereby
ordered to be present personally,
at the place and time specified
above and those who hold proxy
to this meeting, must have their
proxy duly signed and acknow-
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
F. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
tial practise on the field.
(Continued from page 1)
appeared here this year, and both
, , , . ,i I IIIUaY UU1V 3IKUCU ou ovuuti
players showed to form m their ni- eged ,ccording t0 ,aWi otherwiRe
w.iiiu tllev w,ji HOt be recognized.
Executed and signed by
Jas. K. Apolo,
more en- yesterday was one of those kind that President Hui Kuai Aina o Wai-
iovnMe. At the ditch keener's honse sm'ak well for the real matches. 1 he niha.
,v nJ o,,.l nftr,,. lmifli anllevv xvliieli nimilu'red more than Kapaa, Kauai
.llllli i.ui"ii.-mt, uiiu uili i iiiuvii i p.
by most of them hiked to the ditch in- 100 watched the play with interest
0111 take and enjoved a swim in the throughout the eight periods of
t?old Olokele stream below the in- play and despite the late dinners,
take. The following afternoon the few left until the final chukkur was
Newest.Coolest Hotel in Hawaii
Fort Street Honolulu
One rare miecinien Niiluiu tahle mat,
2 large Hawaiian Hu.r mat ', t'ond c n-
2 u.lor nori'li ihale: amte.l I'k'Ctnc
Mas. J. 1j. isohkrtson.
The annual meeting of the Hui
Kuai Aina o Haena, Kauai, T. H.,
will be held at the Haena Hall on
bovs walked back as far as Camp over
Eicht when- a motor truck nicked Gou,d Star
4i . . .... More and more the polo enthu-
It was planned to move camp to ' ginning to believe that the 8th. of September, 1916, at 10
Ilanapepe, or Elcele, on Friday to Ja-V Uould is one of the greatest a. in Notice is hereby given to
take in Ilanapepe ca'nvon and falls, playera in the game. He rides, all persons having any rights in
l.nt tl,.. ITnnnlnlii l,nv ,1,.. .;,lel thev judges the play, rides them out,
I cnirl lanH afnrpsniri to come
en all they wanted of Kauai's and his hack strokes are a reveia-
tiontothe onlookers. Considering
ni.,,..,.i ti.a nnin ;,J specified above, must have their
ll(i lil'U VA4 illl, glllllV All
the past 10 years, his work with the PV au'V sKnea ana K
mallet is wonderful. ledge according to law, otherwise.
-vr,,; , . t, . they will not be recognized.
lilllllil. iir. II.IVIV 111 1111 111111 ,
and his long drives were one of the
features of the match. He made
canvons and nrelerred to stay in
Waimea to enjoy the movies, and to that he
depart by the Kinau on Saturday
The Kauai boys did move to Elc
ele and went to Ilanapepe Falls and
beyond in a two days' hike
eout Commissioner Lreevey is
looking forward to a very good year three of the five goals for Kauai,
for scouting on Kauai, as the boys and was in the play every moment.
of the island are anxious to register He did not show the skill in back
in the organization which is doing hands and in saving that was notice-
so much good in other places. To able in Gould's play, but with more
carry on the work successfully, practise is to be counted upon as
though, Mr. Creevev will need the one of the strong forces in the Kau-
support of the men of the different ai offense
plantations and villages, for scout CharUi Rice in Saddle
masters are needed all over the is- Charles Rice, a trifle heavier than
land. If any young men of the is- before, came back to the game and
land are willinir to trive hours a week showed that a third unit m the play
to the boys Kauai will soon be to
the fore in scouting,
STUDERAKER. 4 Cyl. 5 seat-
t-t 1 1 , f 1 A A . !
er. uoou condition. eu -starter,
Electric lights and Bumper. Parti
culars of II. T. Barclay. Kapaa.
We neatly pack and mail
Hawaiian bou venire.
Hawaii & South Seas Curio
Executed and signed by
Ias. K. Apolo.
President Hui Kuai Aina o Haena.
Kapaa. Kauai, Aug. 4. 1916.
Aug. 8-15-22 29.
Thor twin cylinder Motorcycle.
Apply at Bank of Hawaii, Lihue.
HOTEL LIHUE :-
Our Paint is Good Insurance
Good Paint is insurance against
decay, which is always costly.
Wet weather assists decay, so
never leave a wood surface un
protected. Protect with some
color of W. P. Fuller & Cos
Pure Prepared Paint. Send
for color card, etc.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Building Material
l wenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
will le ready when the first cham
pionship match is played on Septem
her 2. With James Spalding the
Kauai contingent should present a
strong front in the coming cham
Jay Gould has purchased nine po
nies and used some of them yester
day in the play. From present ap
pearances the players from the Gar
den Isle will not be so greatly han
dicapped in mounts as was first ex
pected, and this brings out the fact
that four teams will be fighting for
from camp at Haena and the elunnninnshin this vi-nr. Mi
They all had a splendid .Shingle played with Kauai yester-
The Y. M. C. A. Boys's Camps
At Haena And Wailua
Honolulu, T. II.,
Aug. 24, 1910
EniToii G.wiPKS Island
I wish to announce
the safe return of the boys of the Y.
M. C. A
time, and greatly enjoyed every day tirtV an(i as Utual played his thmk-
of the two weeks they spent on the ing game, and in one period riding
Garden Maud. Kehau, showed a burst of speed and
Also 1 wish to express through fine play that was .ne of the bright
your columns the very great appre- ,its of the day
fiat ion of the lmys and myself of
the hospitality and active interest,
shown by the good people of Kauai,
some of whom put themselves out
to give the boys a good time. We
all have an "Aloha" for Kauai and
its kind people.
Trusting that you may see tit to
give this letter space in the columns
of your paper, and thanking you
for the courtesy, I remain.
I toss I'.vCiK.
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