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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APRIL 17, 1917
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BUSY WEEK IN THE
Local and Personal Notes
Mrs. Wtn. Hyde Rice entertain
ed the Hawaiian Societv, the Ilui
Aloha at her beautiful home, Hale
Nam. Friday afternoon, treating
them to ice cream and cake.
Friday afternoon the Kalaheo
and Koloa teams came to Lihue,
where they met the Lihue school
teim and the Grammar school
team of the Hijih School, respec
tively. The first frame was fast and ex
citinR. The Grammar boys were
handicapped on account of the ab
sence ot three of the rcRitlar plav
ers, but they played with dash and
spirit and made a fine showing.
Near the end of the first half
Mauna Kea plaved the ball through
his own coal while attempting to
bunt out the ball with his head,
In the second half Koloa scored
when Ouye fouled on the throw-in
tying the score The game ended
in a tie.
Manji Ouye starred for the
Grammar team and Sam Kaeo made
manv long drives from full back
Gonsalves and Mauna Kea played
well for Koloa.
KALAHEO LOSES TO LIHUE
In the second game Lihue out
plaved the Kalaheo boys and won
a rather slow game by the score of
2 to 0.
Kalaheo has an excellent team
but does not have the proper prac
tice field, and this is noticeable in
their slaving. Their team work
and attack are both weak.
Lihue plaved its usual snappy
came with Akama and Shinyo in
the lead. Pikao also kicked well.
HIGH SCHOOL AND ELEELE
High School went to Eleele Sat
urday afternoon and plaved a tie
game with Eleele school.
The game was replete with
thrills and the wildest enthusiasm
prevailed when Eleele scored aftei
15 minutes of play. The High
School then recovered from over
confidence and plaved good soccer
1 liev carried tne ball into enemy
territory and threatened the goal
In the second half Umemoto, the
speedy little forward, shot the ball
through the goal for High school.
Eleele plaved a strong defensive
game for the rest of the period and
prevented further scoring. The
game was referred bv D. Takciichi
of Eleele. Score, 1-1 .
WAIMEA DEFEATS KAPA A IN
Kapaa and Waimea played at
Waimea on Saturday afternoon.
The Kapaa boys played entirely on
the defensive and did not threaten
the Waimea goal seriously during
Waimea did not show to advan
tage on account of the weakness
of the Kapaa attack, but they play
ed a clean game and scored one
goal during the first period.
In the second period, Waimea
kicked the ball near the goal a
number of times, but the Kapaa
goalkeeper handled the ball well
and saved his team from being
Kapaa needs to follow the ball
more and to keep the forwards
where thev can attack the oppon
ents' goal, Waimea team is play
ing well and showing a fine spirit.
Score, 1-0, in favor of Waimea.
GAMES FOR THIS WEEK
High School v s. Koloa and
Grammar school vs. Kalaheo at
Koloa Friday, April 20th.
Waimea vs. Lihue and Eleele
vs, Kapaa at Kapaa, Saturday,
Mrs. Rice is the founder and
patronees of this most worthy so
ciety which now has branches all
ovei the Island. The objects of
the society are spiritual inspiration
and social helpfulness.
Friends of Mrs. W. F. Sanborn
have recently received letters from
her in Sail Francisco. She is most
enthusiastic in her praise of the
climate and the interests and at
tractions of the busy citv, and she
is having the time of her life."
Recently she visited at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. Archie Andrews of
Berkley. She has also been enter
tamed by other Island triencis on
Tuesday Miss Elsie Wilcox en
tertamed at luncheon the execu
tive officers and heads of commit
tees of the Mokihana Club, to meet
Mrs. A. J. Campbell.
The new bridal couple, Mr, and
Mrs. Betitler, week ended attheLi
hue Hotel to see thebride,s mother
off on the Kinau.
Taking advantage of the pres
ence of Mr. Brandt and Mr. Lyd
gate in Honolulu, the Y. M. C. A
general committee, of which they
are members, held a lunch meeting
at the University Club on Thurs
day last, which was devoted maih
Iv to discussion ot the work on
Kauai and Maui.
Inquiry all along the lines re
veals the fact that Grove 1 Tin is
the only plantation thus that far
has taken immediate and practical
action in the matter ofjraising food
products. A caterpillar and a set
of steam plows set to work at once,
together with a gang of men, and
within 48 hours a choice section of
land, ten acres in extent, was
ready for planting. Meantime
runners were out scouring the Is
laud for seed, mainly swept potato
vines, which it seems are hard to
get. It is proposed to plant sweet
and Irish potatoes and corn. .Such
prompt enterprise is most Com
mendable. Main Street has a military look
with the encampment of the Na
tional Guard in charge of the
wireless premises. We understand
that they are quite ready to meet
the foreign foe, but thev dr.uv the
line on mosquitoes, and what they
want is not guns and armor plate
but nets. Thev are reported to be
living on the fat of the land at the
It will be a week or 10 davs be
fore inter-island wireless commu
nication will be reopened, accord
ing to Ensign L. W. Branch, in
charge of the consolidated govern
ment radio station.
"We will have to take an inven
tory of all the Muttiul's 'wireless
plant, including the local station
and those at Lihue, Kauai; Lalini
na, Maui; Kawaihae, Hawaii, and
Kaunakakai, Molokai, before the
navy department can take it over
and resume inter-island wireless
service," said Ensign Branch to
day. Star Bulletin.
The Ensign L. W. Branch re
ferred to in the above is the young
man who installed the wireless
plant at Lihue. He now has charge
of the consolidated covvument
plants, composed of the Marconi,
Mutual and Federal companies.
His many friends on Kauai will be
pleased to learn of his advance
JOINS U. S. NAVY
The following letter, which will
undoubtedly be of interest to many
on Kauai, has been received by
Judge L. A. Dickey:
lion. Lyle A. Dickev,
I wish to obtain from you, if
possible, a copy of the naturaliza
tion papers of my father, Louis
Mengler, who for many years re
sided at Makiwsli.
I am enlisting in the U S. navy
and it is necessary for me to obtain
Mrs. C. A Rice entertained her
guest Mrs. A. I. Campbell, and
Mrs. J. M. Lydgate and Mrs. W.
II. Grote, with a day at the beau
tiful Rice beach house at Haena.
A most delicious lunch, in addi
tion to the ever wonderful scenery
on mountain shore and sea. and
the interesting old time Hawaiian
legends as set forth by Mr. Rice,
made it a most delightful day.
We are very glad to report that
Mr. Timinons i s about aerain,
though still pretty weak and wilt
ed looking. He is spending a few
days as the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
Broadbent, at Grove Farm. The
rest and quiet there, as well as the
wholesome and delicious cooking,
will doubtless set him up in short
Mr. Patterson, who has been
absent in Honolulu for a few days.
in connection with the Brown case
and other matters, returned this
morning. He carries a look of
superior intelligence and alertness
such as comes to almost any one
consequent or. a few days in the
As the special guests of Mrs. S.
W. Wilcox a goodly party of the
leading lacnes oi i,inue went on a
picnic outing trip to the Chas.
Wilcox beach house. Poipti, Koloa,
During the absence of Mr. Eve
rett in Houolulu on wireless duty,
Mrs. Everett staved with Mrs.
Wm. Hyde Rice.
April 21. Truck will leave Wai
mea Stables Saturday, at 10 a. m.
and will stop for the Eleele team
on its way. Truck has been en-1
gaged at Waimea Stables. Eleele
bovs please meet at Mr. Loomis' i
at 10:30 a. m.
There was a sound of "revelry
bv night" last evening, on the
Grove Farm side, the touching
and appealing tones of the violin,
and ukulele, and sweet Hawaiian
singing, that entertained and
charmed the whole neighborhood
ft om their beauty skep. to sit up
It was a Sunday School affair it
seems; Mr. Avery entertained his
class, o r his class entertained
him, or a little of both. Do it
E L A. DICKEY
Judge L. A. Dickey received the
following letter in reply to an ap
plication to the Department of Jus
tice, at Washington, for a leave of
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
March 27th. 1917.
Hon, Lvle A. Dickey,
Circuit Judge, Lihue.
In reply to your letter of the 3rd
instant, vou are hereby granted
leave of absence from the Terri
tory of Hawaii, from May 2nd,
1917, to June 13th. 1917, provided
that such leave of absence shall not'
interfere with the public business
and subject to t'le privilege of the
President to appoint your succes
sor at anv time before or during
the period should he so decide.
Samukl J. Graham,
Judge Dickev will leave May 1st
to ba present at a family reunion
and the celebration of the golden
wedding of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. C. H. Dickey, at Piedmont,
On this happy and momentous
occasion Mr. and Mrs. Dickey will
have the follow!ng children gath
ered around them: Mrs. Grace D.
Merrill, of Collinsville, California;
Mrs. Belle Dickey Dole, of Hono
lulu; Chas. W. Dickev, of Oak
land, California, and judge Lvle
A. Dickey, of Lihue,
The Konalea Rice Plantation,
Wailua, which has been lying idle
for upwards of a vcar, has recently
been leased to Ida Takizoa, an ex
perienced and successful cane
planter, His intention was to put
it into cane, but the very promis
ing prospects for rice have led him
to continue it as a rice plantation.
i ii i in M i ii i ri
What's more aggra
vating than a shirt
that comes back from
the laundry only par
tially washed and poor
ly ironed and a col
lar with rough edges
and a dingy color?
We launder your
shirts and collars the
way we want our own
Editor Gardkn Island:
In the Advertiser fot the 12th,
inst. in its report of the hearing
before Legislative Committee on
the Brown matter, I am repoitcd
as having testified that the reason
of the hostility of the Hofgaards to
ward the Browns was due to the de
sire of Mr. Hofgaard to obtain the
position as principal of the Wai
mea school for one of his daugh
ters. I did not make any such state
ment, and in justice to Mr. Hof
gaard and to mvself as well, I con
sider it necessary to say that it
was Mrs. Brown who made this
statement, and that neither Mr.
Hofgaard nor anv of his family
have ever intimated .to tne that
they harbored any such desire or
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
W JL mow
He knows he's not get
ting himself into a hard
job. He has used a
lie's anxious to seetheprass
fly and to hear the low whirr
of this easy-runniiiji, dick cut
You'll never buy any other
if you oncotry n "PENNSYL
VANIA" mower with itf xelf
sharpening tool-aleel blades.
Its very construction makes it
easier running and smoother
cutting. Its action is almost
In several sizes.
J J J
Lewers & Cooke,
King Street Honolulu
Estate of Annie l'akauila Kau
hoe (W), deceased.
Letters Testamentary on the es
tate and under the Will of Annie
l'akauila Kauhoe (w) ot" Kapaa,
Kauai, deceased, having becjjf is
sued to the undersigned by the
Honorable Lvle A. Dickey, Judge
of the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Circuit, T. II., notice is hereby
given to all creditors of said Annie
Pakauila Kauhoe deceased, to pre
sent their claims duly authenti
cated and with proper vouchers, if
any exist, even if the claim is
secured by mortgage on real estate,
to the undersigned at his office in
Lihue. Kauai, within six mouths
from the date of the first publica
tion of this notice, which iiTpril
10th, 1917, or said claims will be
All peasons indebted to said
Annie Pakauila Kauhoe are re
quested to make immediate pay
ment to the undersigned at his
Lihue, Kauai, April loth, 1917.
J. Maiiiai Kanhakua,
Executor under the Will and of
the Estate of Annie Pakauila Kau
hoe (w) . deceased,
April 10, 17, 24 May 1.
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ETC., REQUIRED HY THE
ACT OF AUGUST 24. 11112.. .
of "Tiik Gaiidk.v Island," imbMM
weekly at Lihue, Hawaii, for Airir"l,
Editor, Luther Dennont Timinons.
Managing Editor, none.
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per, l.ihne. Hawaii.
mtiiislier, uiiruen wand rublisli ni
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Hawaii, W. H. Rice, Lihue, Hawaii. K.
C. Hopper, Lilnte, Hawaii, Anna C.
Wilcox, Lihue, Hawaii, C. A. Rico, Li
hue, Hawaii, G. N. Wilcox, Lihue, Ha
waii, Francis Gay, Honolulu, Hawaii,
A. S. Wilcox. Lihue. Hawaii. H. P.
Fuye, Kekaha, Hawaii, R. P. Spalding,
Kealia, Hawaii, Annie S. Knudsen, Ke
kaha, Hawaii, H, Isenherg, Lihue, Ha
waii, L. D. Tihiiuons, Lihue, Hawaii.
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April 23, 24
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