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THE QAHDEN" ISLAND, TDESbAV; MAY; 6, 1919
(Continued from Page 1)
clearly Impress upon those present tho
fact that tho Filipino National Asaocla
tton In theso Islands had absolutely
nothing to do with agitation for tho
Independence of the Philippines; It is
not a political organization; it seeks
tho co-operatoln of tho sugar corpora
Hons; does not proposo to agitato
labor troubles or promoto strikes, but
that Its Ideals, alms and purposes aro
tho betterment of the Filipinos in
these islands, through education and
work dono among them, by them and
for them, and a better understanding
of the Filipinos by others, so that the
reputation and standing of the Fili
pinos, as a race, might bo Improved,
and conditions bettered throughout
Tho frankness and sincerity of Mr.
Dison won the respect of his audience
and did much to insure that, at least
from those present, the association
ho has founded will receive favorable
Schools. Play Ball
The Board of Registration for the
Islands of Kauai and Xlihau will sit
in the County Building at Llhuc as
required by Law, on Wednesday the
7th of May, 1919, and as often there
after as vill bo necessary, to hear all
cases of Appeal that may properly
come before tho Doard.
(Sgd.) J. h. IIJOR.TH.
t'h,. .rin m. Doard of Registration for
the Inlands of Kauai and Nilhau.
April 29. May C. 1919.
Jo the oters of Kauai:
I iju? lo announce myself as a candi
date for tho office of County Sheriff
of Kauai Count, upon the Democratic
ticket, and take this moans of solicit
ing the support of the voters of Kauai
County at tiio coming Primary Klec
Hon, May 1", 1919.
JOSEPH COrtttEIA, JR.
Kapaa, Kauai, May 5th, 1919.
To the Voters of tho County of Kauai.
I beg to announce my caifdidacy for
nomination as Treasurer of tho Coun
ty of Kauai, at tho coming primary
election, on the Republican ticket, and
hereby respectfully solicit your votes
A. G. KAULUKOU
To the Voters of the County of Kauai
I hereby announced myself to bo a
candidate on the Republican Ticket
for the office of Treasurer of this
County and rcspctfully solicit your
support at tho coming election to be
held May 17th, 1919.
K. C. AHANA.
On Friday, May 2nd at 2 p. m. there
was somo excltomont at Makawell
ball grounds for tho Walmea team was
Just arriving. Tho game between
these two school teams was soon in
Makawell s youthful rooters woro
were right on .tho job In encouraging
their team, but 'Walmea had too strong
a nlno to let a little youfliful enthus
iasm upset them.
Doth teams played an unusually
clean gamo throughout without raising
tho hair-splitting demands on decis
ions that are usually characteristic of
The remarkablo thing nbout this
game is, that tho llglrt team from
Makawell played an increasingly
stronger game as each inning passed
though thoy wero badly out classed by
their friends from Walmea. Interest
Increased with tho progress of the
gamo- to the end, and splendid sports
manship was shown by both teams.
Although Walmea netted four runs
to every one that Makawcli secured,
tho gamo did not appear one sidedt
due to the splendid spirit of the play
ers in making tho best of their mis
takes and trying hard to overcome
Mucli credit Is duo the instructors
from tho schools represented for their
efforts in teaching clean sportsman
ship to their respective teams, and it
is hoped that more games of kindred
merit will follow during tho remaining
month of the baseball season for
Since the influenza epidemic has
passed and all games can bo resumed
It is urged that all schools will re
organize their teams and get Into
shape at once for tho remainder of the
season will bo a busy one duo to tho
great number of games to bo played.
To the Voters of the County of Kauai.
I hereby announce myself, a candi
date to succeed myself as Auditor of
the County of Kauai and respectfully
solicit your support in tho coming
primary election to bo hold on May
To the Voters of Kauai County
I desire to announco myself a candi
date for the office of County Auditor
on the Republican Ticket at tho forth
com'ng Primary Election and respect
fully solicit the support of tho voters
of thin County.
NOTICE OF PRIMARY ELECTION
Dy virtue of the authority in me
vested by law, I, II. D. WISHARD,
Chairman of the Doard of Supervisors
of the County of Kauai, Territory of
Hawaii, do hereby give notice and
proclaim that a Primary Election for
the nomination and election of can
didates for County OITices in tho
County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii,
ONE COUNTY SHERIFF
ONE COUNTY CLERK .
ONE COUNTY ATTORNEY
ONE SUPERVISOR for Walmea
ONE SUPERVISOR for Lihuo
ONE SUPERVISOR for Koloa
ONE SUPERVISOR for Kawaihau
ONE SUPERVISOR for Hanaloi
will bo held on Saturday, May 17th,
1919, throughout tho County of Kauai,
during the hours provided by law.
Notice is further given that in tho
event that House Dill No. 234 pend
ing before tho Legislature of Hawaii,
now in session, which provided for
Plebiscite for submitting to the quali
fied voters of the Territory of Hawaii
the question as to whether or not the
fomalo citizens of the Territory of
Hawaii, possessing tho same qualifl
cations as maio citizens, shall be cm
powered to vote at all elections hold
in tho Territory of Hawaii, aiul em
powering such female citizens to voto
at such elections in case the Plebis
cite shall so decide, etc. etc. will bo
come law beforo tho d'ltc of tho Prim
ary Election herein, the qualified
voters are to vole either in tho affir
mative or In tho negative upon the fol
"Shall tho fomalo citizons of the
Territory of Hawaii, possessing the
qualifications as male citizons, bo em-
To the Voters of Walmea:
I hereby announco myself as a candi
date for the olllco of Supervisor for
tho District of Walmea and solicit
your support at the coming Primary
P. F. HURLEY.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAWAIHAU:
I beg to announce that I proposo to
offer myself for re-olotion as County
Supervisor for tho District of Kawai
hau upon tho Republican Ticket.
Trusting that my record during tho
present torm of offico has met with
your approval and that you will con
sider yoursolvos justified in honoring
mo with your support again which 1
The Primary Election will bo hold
on MayM7th, 1919.
J. F. BETTENCOURT, JR.
Kealia, Kauai, T. II.
March 29th, 1919.
THIRD ANNUAL MEET
Maui County Fair
and Racing Ass'n.
to be held on July 4th, 1919 at
Kahului, Maui, T. H.
1. Polo Pony race, V4 nillo. Amateur riders. Prizo Sliver Cup
2. Cowboy race, mile 1st prize $35.00, 2nd prize $15
Cattle horses to bo ridden by cowboys, with ordinary cowboy
3. Free-for-all, V4 mile 1st prize $100.00, 2nd prize $50.00
4. Ladies' race, mile 1st prize $75.00, 2nd prize $25.00
5. Pony raco, Vi mile ,...lst prizo $75.00, 2nd prize $25.00
6. Cowboy relay race, mllo..' 1st prize $50.00, 2nd prize. $25.00
Three changes to bo made, horses tied to fence, handled and
saddled by the rider, ordinary cowboy outfit to be used; tho
latigo strap to run through cinch-ring twice, and knotted.
7. Oriental race, Vfc mllo 1st prize $75.00, 2nd prize $25.00
Fo- horses owned and ridden by Orientals.
S. Portuguese race, mile 1st prize $60.00, 2nd prize $15.00,
3rd prizo $10.00.
9. Maul Co Fair & Racing Ass'n Cup, Vi mllo. 1st prizo $2.00, 2nd
prize $100.00. Frcofor-all; weight for age. For a silver cup
to bo won three times by the same owner before becoming
his property. Each owner to be presented with a souvenir
10. Hawaiian bred race, mile 1st prize $200.00, 2nd prlze$50.00
11. Policemen's race, V mile 1st prize $35.00,, 2nd prize $15.00
To be ridden by riders in uniform.
12. Oriental race, V2 mile 1st prize $75.00, 2nd prize 25.00
Horses to be owned and ridden by Orientals.
13. Hawaiian bred race, mile.... 1st prizo $100.00, 2nd prize $50.00.
14. Mule race, V&niile 1st prize 25.00, 2nd prizo $10.00
15. Post Entry.
Entry fees 10 percent of purses.
All races must haie at least three entries and two to start, or
the race shall be called null and void. In the event of only two
starters, no second 'money Bhall be paid.
Entries close June 15th, 1919. If tho above races aro not filled
by June 15th, the Committee, will rearrange program.
W. A. CLARK,
Secretary for the Committee.
SCHEDULE OF MEETINGS OF
..CANDIDATES OF THE REPUBLI
CAN PARTY OF THE COUNTY
5 p. m.
For West Kauai:
Wednesday, May 7, 1919,
Hanapepo; 7:30 p. m
Thursday. May S, 1919, 5 p. m
heo; 7:30 p. m., Eleelo Hall.
Saturday, May 10, 1919, 5 p. m
kaha; 7:30 p. m., Waimea.
Tentative Program for East Kauai:
Monday, May 12, 1919, 10 a. m., Wai
niha; 3 p. m. Hanalel; 5 p. m., Kali
hiwai; 7:30 p. m. Kilauea.
Tuesday, May 13, 1919, 7:30 p. m,
Thursday, May 15, 1919., 3 p. m.
Moloaa;'5 p. m., Anahola; 7:30 pi
Friday, May 10, 1919, 7:30 p. m. Lihue,
The president of each precinct
club Is expected to preside. In his
absence, J. M. Kaneakua, County
Committeeman, or any one of tho
members of the Executive Committeo
REPUBLICAN EXECUTIVE COM
C. A. RICE,
W. O. CROWELL,
J. M. KANEAKUA,
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Up-to-date Livery, Draying anil Hoarding Stable and Auto
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Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friclav,
Leaving Kckaha every Tuesday. Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DKSTINAT'ON IN THUKK HOUKS
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The "Girl Reserves" is a club
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ledge and spirit. Any girl be
tween the ages of ten and eighteen
may become a girl reserve, and
for such, especially, in these is
lands, where many of (he girls in
our schools do not enjoy the ad
vantages of a refined home and
social opportunities these Girl
Reserve Clubs may mean a great
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Notice of Sa'e of
powered to vote r-t all elections held
in tho Territory ot Hawaii?"
The preciiuts, polling places, and
the hours of voting established or as
may bo established by the law3 of tho
Territory for tho election of Repre
sentatives in tiio Ctli Representative
District, being tho County of Kauai,
shall constitute the precincts, polling
places, and the hours of voting, for
tho nomination and election of County
At such timo and places aforesaid,
I hereby call upon all duly qualified
electors of tho County ot Kauai, who
have registered their names as voters,
according to law, to meet for tho pur
IX TESTIMONY WHEREOF. I have
horoiuito sot my hand and caused
tho Seal of the County of Kauai
to bo aillxed hereto.
DONE at tho County Seat at Li
DONE at tho County Seat at hi
ll UE this Sth day of April A. D.
II. I). WISHARD
15 y tho Chairman of tho hoard of
.1. MAIHAl KANEAKUA,
County Clark, Kauai County,
ApiJl 15, 22, 23 May 0,
I At 10 o clock A. M Monday, Juno
I 9th, 1919, at the front door of tho
Capitol Ruilding. Honolulu, T. H.,
1 thero will sold at public auction, under
1 Section 3S0 of the Revised Laws ot
1 Hawaii of 1915. general leases to tho
I following described government lots:
I Lots 5 and 8, Block 11, Waimea Town
1 Lots, Waimea, Kauai, containing an
area of fi,999 square feet, more or
j less; upset rental, ?25 per annum,
' payable semi-annually in advance;
j term of lease, 10 years from June 9th,
i The purchaser shall pay the costs
For maps and further Information,
apply at tho olllce of the Commission;
or of Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Honolulu, T. H. j
C. N. DAILKY.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu,
April 29th, 1919.
P. F. Hurley, the supervisor candi
date from Waimea, returned from
Honolulu this morning,
F. K. Ellis returned from town this
Rep. Werner, Mrs. Werner and son
returned to Kauc.l this morning.
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1 Oakland, fiTiO.()0.
1 Overland, model, just
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If yon want one of these cars
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Removed 'his office to Kapaa near Court
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