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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 24, 1917
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Seed Beans in Quantity ' Farm Information
The Territorial Food Commission
has iust imported five tons of seed
beans from thd Coast, of five differ
ent varieties, for the. big bean grow
ing campaign which it plans for
Our County Agent has ordered,
for immediate shipment, 300 pounds
of these beans as a starter.
Some of us, who hardly knew
beans from pineapples, will have
our ideas cleared up before we get
through this food conservation campaign.
The Ahanas are very busy-getting
settled in their new homo at Alarm,
Huleia, near the Ahana Rico mill.
When finally finished with the last
touches that mean so much and
take so long, it will make a very
dainty home. The view from the
front verandah, overlooking the
beautiful valley, is superb, and be
cause of the commanding eminence
can never be taken away from
The Territorial Food Commission
has published a largo Planting Table
m poster form, which gives much
valuable information in condensed
tabular form as to what, how, and
when to plant, and how to take
careiof it. This is home grown"
information, suited to our Island
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Mrs. W. Whittington
At Chambers In Probate,
In the Matterof the Estate of
Mary Sophia Rice, deceased.
Order of Notice of Petition for
Allowance of Accounts, Deter
mination of Trust and Distribu
tion of the Estate.
On Reading and Filing the Pe
tition and accounts of William
Hyde Rice, and Mary Dorothea
Rice Isenberg, 'Executors of the
Will of Mary Sophia Rice, de
ceased, wherein petitioners ask to
be allowed $20,150.12 and charged
with $20,150.12, aud.ask that the
same be examined and approved,
and that a final order be made of
Distribution of the remaining
property to the persons thereto
entitled and discharging petitioners
from all further responsibility
It is ordered, 'that Monday, the
27th day of August. A D. 1917,
at 9:30 o'clock A. M. before the
Judge of said Court presiding at
Chambers at his Court Room in
Lihue, be and the same hereby is
appointed the time and place for
hearing said Petition and Ac
counts, and that nil persons in
terested may then and there ap
pear and show cause, if any they
have, why the same should not he
granted, and may present evidence
as to who are entitled to the said
Dated the 21st day of July. 1917.
(Sgd) - Lyle A. Dickey,
Judge cf the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd) D Wji. Dean.
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
Fifth Circuit. .
July 24-31, Aug. 7-14.
In the Circuit Couut, Fifth
Judicial Circuit, Territory
At Chambers In Probate .
In the Matter of the Estate of
Tong Lee, deceased.
Order ot notice of petition for
illowance of accounts, determin
ing trust and distribution of estate.
On reading and filing the peti
tion and accounts of Tone Kau.
administrator of the estate of the
said and above named, Tong Lee,
deceased, wherein the netitioner
asks to be allowed $410.42 and
charged with $3148.09. and asks
that the same be examined and
approved, and that a final order
be made of distribution of the re
maining pronertv to the persons
entitled thereto ami discharging
the petitioner and surety from all
further responsibility herein;
It is ordered, that Tuesday, the
28th day of Aueust. A. D. 1917.
at 2 o'clock P. M. before the Judge
presiding at Chambers of said
Court at his Court Room in Lihue.
County of Kauai, Territory of Ha
waii, be and the same is hereby ap
pointed the time and place for hear
ing said petition and accounts, and
that all persons interested may
then and there appear and shntv
cause, if any they have, whv the
same should not be granted,' and
may present evidence as to who are
entitled to the said property.
Dated. Lihue. Kauai, July 20th
A. D. 1917.
By the Court
(Seal) (Signed) 15. Wji. Dram.
Clerk, Circuit Court of the Fifth
Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.
July 24-31. Aug. 7-14.
Amidst the music of tho band.
the snapping of kodaks, and the
cries of tho fans, Lihuo opened her
arms to the Kauai Plantation
League Sunday afternoon and the
livo teams of the League responded
to tho invitation a la schedule.
At least two thousand fans were
on hand early in tho afternoon to
meet the teams which passed in
review before the crowd led by the
excellent music of the Kapaia band.
Automobiles lined two side of the
held extending around from tho
third baso line to almost deep center.
Tho first game was a littlo late
in starting, but tho crowd was feci
ing good so.no criticism was heard
from the side lines on that account.
Makco went to the field in the
first game, with. Makaweli, the fav
orites, at bat, Werner, tho boy who
sent the All-Students back to Hono
lulu with one defeat on their records
took tho mound for tho Kealia boys
wiuie Kooky went behind tho bat.
Chizu did the twirling for the Ma
kaweli aggregation and Gabriel the
peppy littlo Portuguese, did the re
This game was full of thrillers.
and kept the fans alive from the
beginning until the finish of .tho ex
tra inning. Makaweli started off
like a house afire getting three runs
in the first, and continuing to score
every inning till tho fifth, when
Sam the big Hawaiian hurler be'ean
to get warnrcd up. After the fifth
inning tho Makaweli team was un
able to connect with his delivery.
1'acheco and Burgess proved to
bo the big stickers for the losers,
both connecting twice for safe bin-
, Timely hitting and the fine pitch
ing ot Werner were tho factors
mainly responsible for the Makco
victory.... The score at tho end of
the ninth stood seven all, which the
Makaweli crew weio unable to bet
ter in their half of the tenth. In
the tenth a timely hit by Jose, scored
Lizama giving the decision to the
boys from the east shore.
lhc second game was not so ex
citing as tho finish but nevertheless
had its thrillers at odd moments.
Up to the fourth inning the score
stood ono apiece, with Dr. Branch
pitching air tight ball for the Lihue
team and Doi using his curve ball
with the same effect. In tho fourth
inning the homo tonm connected
with Doi and drove in four rims.
McBrydc cai'ne badk and-sent two
across tho homo plate before they
could be stopped. Five hits in the
lucky seventh scored six runs for
tho 'Branch's protegee" while the
best McBryde could do was two
more in tho eight. Tho final score
being 13 to 5 in favor of tho Lihue
McBrydo put up a fast fielding
game, and looked like a snappy
aggregation, but failure to hit at
crucial stages proved their undoing.
Lihue has a bunch ot cloutters among
their players. Makee showed that
she has a fighting team, with the
never say die spirit. Coining up
from behind, and Avinning when
everything looked safe for the Ma
kaweli team shows that this team
must bo closely watched as tho sea
son progresses. Makaweli, will como
better.in tho future. Koloa was on
side'lincs, she gets into acting next
The paper regrets their box scores
arc not available.
NEXT SUNDAY'S BASEBALL
29 Makaweli vs Kolon
at Makaweli Clymor
I.ihuo va Kealia at Kealia Wolf
Local and Personal Notes
The A. II. Watcrhouse family of
Koloa aro spending a few weeks at
the Farley Beach House, near tho
Koloa Landing. The Doctor gets in
what time ho can with them, but
ho is a busy man with very littlo
opportunity for recreation.
Mrs. T. F. Hustttcc who went to
the Lihue Hospital somo. ten days
or so ago for operation, is rapidly
recovering and will soon be at home
again. Meantime the Hustaco child
drcn are making manv friends and
a fine reputation among the neigh
bors Avho are taking a friendly in
terest in them.
Mrs. Bivcn from tho East is
visiting the Conoys. Mrs. Biven is
a cousin of Mr, Coney and has
been hero before. The friends who
have known her bcforc.found her a
very bright and entertaining woman
and are glad to renew the acquain
tance. She will remain a couple of
weeks or so.
Mr. and Mrs. Nelson had thoir
children baptised by Rev. Hans
Isenberg at their home Nawiliwili
Sunday afternoon. Mr. Martin
Dreior, Miss Maria Ellis and Mr.
J. L. Iljorth were the official wit
nesses of tho eyent. A number of
tho intimate friends of the family
were present for the occasion.
Ian Fayo of Kekaha is now at
tho Front somewhere in France. He
joined the Yale ambulance corps,
organized soon after the declaration
of war, and went forward with the
second unit. He is among tho very
front ranks of the young men of
whom Hawaii has reason to b e
specially proud. All honor to them I
By mistake the Baso Ball League
information of last week was cred
ited or charged, whichever it should
be, to Dr. Glaisyer instead of
to Mr. Loomis, who had agreed to
assume it. Wo want to keep right
with Dr. Glaisyer and not get in
wrong with Mr. Loomis. So wo
apologize to the Doctor, but with
one eye on the i. . M. C. A. .man.
Miss CasQenian, managing nurse
of the Lihue Hospital, who had
been ailing for some time, left for
British Columbia on vacation on
the 17th. She will take advantage
of tho opportunity to visit with her
nephew who is Eoon to leave home
for the Front. Miss Whitehead
will take her place during her ab
Mr. Loomis and Mr. Avery have
been making the acquaintance of
the Kokeo country during the last
week. Qn horse-back, and with the
simplest kind of an outfit, they got.
a ilecting glimpse of most that is
interesting in that attractive region.
Ihcy are enthusiastic, boosters" of
tiie country and of the courtesy of
Mr." Eric Knudscn.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
ESTATE OF EDWIN OMSTED,
Notice is hereby given by tho un
dersigned Executrix of the will of
Edwin Omsted, late of Central Con
stancia, S. C, Cuba, deceased, to
all persons 'having claims against
said decedent or his estate, to pre
sent tho same duly authenticated
and with proper vouchers, if any
exist, to Philip iL. Rice, attorney
for said executrix, at his ollice in
Lihue, Kauai, T. H., or to tho un
dersigned executrix at 2561 Jones
street, Honolulu, T. H., whether
such claims be secured or unsecured,
within six (0) months from July
10th, 1917, (the date of the first
publication of this notice), or they
will be forever barred.
Dated this 10th day of July, 1917.
Executrix of the will of Edwin
July 10, 17, 21, 31, Aug. 7.
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