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THE QABDfc2t inAXD. TtnDAY, MAR. 9, 1920
FINEST RENT CARS ON KAUAI
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Our Cole Eights make regular trips up
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We make a specialty of the
Light and Heavy Hauling
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Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
The Makawell-Llhue soccer game
at Llhue park last Sunday wai rather
a disappointed all round. 1 The . re
feree from Kapaa did not show up
which delayed the game quite a while
and by the time one was found to
take his place, it had began it rain.
Lihue was sadly handicapped by
the loss of three players, laid up with
the flu. Both teams, however, played
the game every minute and there was
some excellent work done on both
Makawell did some fast work and
got a goal in the first five minutes of
play. Lihue started off rather rag
gedly, missing a number of kicks,
and feeling the loss of her three reg
ular men. Makaweli's goal, how
ever, put Lihue on her mettle and she
tied (he score In the next Ave min
utes. Makawell tightened up after
this and scored two more goals be
fore the end of the first period.1
Things were looking decidedly bad
for Lihue and correspondingly bright
for Makawell at this stage of the
In the second period both teams
played fast ball with the sphere going
back and forth from one end of the
fleldto the other with with neither
'Wjam able to secure the coveted goal
until about the middle of the period,
when Lihue got a chance and shot
the ball between the posts Then the
fight went on again, both teams near
ly scoring several times, but not
game would end as It stood, three to
quite, and it looked as though the
two in favor of MakawelL But in the
last minute of play Llhue got a Aide
line kick and the ball was shot
through for a tie.
Captain Carmichael, of Makawell,
notified Referee Mackechnie that he
would protest the game on the
Wgrounds that the' goal posts were not
regulation and tnat tne side lines
were so aim as to naraiy De distin
guishable. The Llhue team would like to play
the game over again with the faults
'corrected. If this is not possible they
think the game should go to Maka
well. As the game was played on
Lihue grounds, the Makawell team
was Lihue's guests, and if the grounds
were not as they should be the Lihue
team feels they were at fault, though
The McBryde soccer 'team Invaded
Kapaa on Sunday for the first game
of the present soccer season on the
local grounds and departed victorious
by the score of three goals to nothing.
The defeat of the locals was due prin
cipally to lack of team work and in
experience, this being their first sea
son in soccer for many of the players,
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ELECTION OF OFFICERS
The Garden Island Publishing Co.,
I Notice is hereby given that at. the
annual meeting of the shareholders
of the Garden Island Publishing Com
pany, Limited, held in Lihue, Hawaii,
on Wednesday, March 3rd, 1920, the
following Directors and Auditor were
fleeted 'to serve for the ensuing year,
C. A. Rice,
E. A. Knudsen
C. H. Wilcox
Elsie H. Wilcox
K. C. Hopper
Auditor, C. H. Knhlman
At a subsequent meeting of the
said directors the following officers
were elected for the same period. '
A. Rice President
A. Knudsen Vice-President
H. Wilcox . Treasurer
C. Hopper Secretary
K. C. HOPPER,
(Llhue, Hawaii, March 4, 1920.
Yhat woula seem to be an almost
Impossible romance of the sea is that
of the Andrlua recently salvaged with
her cargo alter twenty yecrs of aban
donment, in a severe storm, in the
Straits of Magellan 20 years ago she
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a total loss. And there she has lain
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With the ever increasing demand
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After four months of herd work, with
two steamers tugging and hauling at
her they finally got her afloat, and
under her own sail and with very lit
tle refitting she made the voyage to
New York. There she discharged
her cargo of 7000 bales of wool valued
at a million and a half dollars which
had been shipped bo long before.
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