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THE GARDES ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNE 22, 1920.
Public School Track Meet .J53L
NOTICE OF SALE OF
Accident Beard Makes
The first annual track and field meet
ot the Kauai public school athletic
league held at Koloa last Saturday
was a fine Buccess taking everything
Into consideration. Eleven schools
were represented by over 150 contest
ants. Although It was "mall day" the
size o fthe crowd was estimated to be
near 2000. It was a Jolly crowd too
no complaints of any kind being filled
not' even against the sweltering sun.
When one got too hot or hungry he
called at the refreshment booths and
was served accordingly. A "Dutch
luncheon" was indulged in at the noon
recess by all except the Girls Reserves
who had a grand luau all to them
selves in Koloa social hall. This was
a pretty affair by the way about 175 j
The sports started promptly at 10:30
A. M. official time. Mr. E. L. Damk- j
roger officiated as announcer and J
referee keeping the events running oft
In rapid order. . Other officials were
W. F. Sanborn, timer; J. O. Warner,
scorer; S. N. Ahn, clerk of course;
Rev. R. W. Bayless, R. C. Macdonald,
George Kekauoha, A. Menefoglio, Miss
May Myhand, Miss Madeline Soule
and Mr. Cooley, judges; Miss Elsie
Wilcox, Miss Soule and Mr. Warner
awarded the prizes. Mr. Edward
Lovell with his Boy Scouts of troop
II did valuable service in policing the
the field and making all visitors com
fortable. There were also volunteers
from the crowd and the local police
men to help out at critical junctures.
The results of the day were as fol
lows: Track meet won by Lihue 49 points
Second, Waimea 24 points.
Third, Makaweli 21 points
Fourth, Hanalei 20 points
Fifth, Koloa 17 points
Sixth, Kekaha 9 points
Seventh, Eleele 5 points
Eighth, Kilauea 3 points
Ninth, Hanamaulu 1 point
Individual winners and records made
(first place only)
50 yard dash unlimited, Koon Lin
Wong (Lihue) 6 sec.
50 yard dash limited, -Sam Hookau
(Lihue) 7 2-5 sec.
40 yard dash (girls) Minnie Mateo
(Kekaha) 6 1-5 sec.
Standing Broad Jump, Joseph Apau
(Waimea) 8 feet inch.
Standing Broad Jump limited, Wata
nabe (Makaweli) 6 61-4.
Angelina Meydell (Waimea) 4 out of 5
Baseketball Goal Throw, (girls)
Basketball distance (girls) Julia Ka
nakahi (Lihue) 54, 5"
Baseball Throw, Jacob Maka (Ha
nalei) 236 feet.
220 yard dash, Kam Sing Ho (Ha
nalei) 30 sec.
High Jump Unlimited, Wm. Stevens
(Hanalei) 4 ft. 5inches.
High Jump limited, Joe Correia (Li
hue) 4 feet.
Pull Ups, Juanita (Eleele) 29 times.
Relay Race for girls won by Koloa
Relay for boys won by Waimea.
Best athletes for which medals were
awarded Joseph Apau (Waimea), Wa-
Volley Ball Championship
A beautiful silver cup was awarded
respectively to Lihue, Waimea and
Hanalei. These cups are to be won
three times for permanent possession.
To call your attention to a few New and Special Articles recently added to our
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At 10 o'clock A. M., Saturday, July
10th, 1320, at the Court House at Ra
ima. Kauai, there will be sold at pub
lic auction to the highest bidder, the
following described Government lots
at Kapaa, Kauai:
(1) Government lot lying makai of
Lots 10, 11 and 12 of Block A, Kapaa
Town Lots, containing an area of
13.404 square feet, more or less; up
set price, $375.
(2) Government Lot on Hundley
Road, bounded on the North by the
Kapahl Railroad and on the South by
the Government Uoad, and containing
an area of 20.219 square feet, more or
loss; upset pi ice, $550.
The purchasers shall pay the costs
For further particulars apply at the
office of the Sub Agent, Mr. G. W.
Suhr, Lihue, Kauai, or at thg office of
the commissioner o Public Lands,
Capitol Hulld.ng, Honolulu, T. 11.
C. T. PAILEY,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, Juno 3, 1920.
June 8, 15, 22, 29, July .
NOTICE OF SALE OF
At 10 o'clock A. Monday, July
12th, 1920, at the Court House at Li
hue, Kauai, there will be sold at pub
lie auction to the highest bidders, the
following described Government lots,
situate at Waimea, Kauai:
At a recent meeting of the Kauai
Industrial Accident Board the matter
of computing the weekly wage, which
is the basic feature of all accident
comp'-ns-'itlon, was taken up with a
view to adopting some uniform plan.
The Honolulu Board, as the result
of i good deal of study and experience,
had adopted a method, based on that
in use by the California Boards with
such modifications as would suit the
same to our conditions.
After some discussion the Kauai
Board aoncluded to adopt the same
and recommend it for use by employ
ers on Kauai.
In brief outline it is as follows:
Where an employe works six days
a week, the average weekly wage Is
found by multiplying the actual cash
wage per day by 300. and dividing by
52. In case he works seven days a
week multiply daily wage by 364 and
divide by 52. To this must be added
the amount of the weekly bonus If any,
nml the cash value per week of house,
fuel, water, medical attention, etc.,
usualiy estimated by the plantations
it $1.40 per week.
Example: Daily wage $1.00 multiply
by 300. and divide bv 52 enuals week-
i- wage f 5.77
Aggregate bonus for year say
$208.00 divide by 52 4.00
Cash value of rent, fuel, etc 1.40
Total weekly compensation ....11.17
Lot Artt Upad Puce Uptet Puce ot Tout
lio. or Lot l.iiruveiiieut Utel
1. 3TJ2 Sq. Ft. $320. None. &J20.
2. 39-10 " " 2J7. 50. 5SV.
1. 4U0 7 " " 241. None. 241.
4. 4Ui"4 " " 245. '(4. 319.
7. 3012 " " lsl. None. 18i.
8. 298.0 " " 179. None. li"9.
it. 33SU " " 204. None. 2u4.
10. 4160 " " 250. 100. 350.
11. 3!li!t. " " 239. None. 239.
12. 3776 " " 227. None. 22.
13. 3337 " " 267. None. 26 7.
14. 2925 " " 176. 200. 376.
15. 3675 " " 221. 1000. 1221.
2. 13753 " " 82C. 1050. 187G.
6. S21U " " 3;5. None. 315.
7. 4982 " " 399. None. 399.
8. 12050 " " "JG5. None. 955.
Tho purchasers shall pay the costs
Sixty per cent of $11.17 gives a
eeltly compensation of $6.70.
If the Injured man remains on the
plantation and continues to enjoy the
$1.40 a week benefits the employer
hall be entitled to a weekly credit of
that amount. But in case the Injured
man moves away, or does not enjoy
these privileges, then he shall have
them included as part of his weekly
The weekly wage is based on the
mans actual income during the past
ear. not that which he happens to be
receiving at the time of the accident
nd must always include the bonus.
Not the bonus he will get, but what
he did get.
The Board proposes to supply em
ployers with outline copies of this
pproved method of computing the
weekly wage, and accident compensa
tion, and respectfully requests that
employers adopt the same, as a means
of facilitating a ready acceptance and
approval on the part of the Board.
J. M. LYDGATE,
For further particulars, apply at the
office of the Sub Agent, Mr. G. W
Sahr, Lihue, Kauai, or at the office of
the Commissioner ot Public Lands
Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. H.
C. T. BAILEY,
Commissioner of Public, Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, June 3rd. 1920.
Juno 8, 15, 22, 29, July G.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII. AT CHAMBERS IN
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
CJ7ie Gasoine of Qiarfi
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REGAL SHOE STORE ANNOUNCEMENT
TO OUR KAUAI FRIENDS
When wo opened our beautiful now store on Fort Strtrt
we closed our hooks, dispensed with most of our ollice force,
iind placed our business on a "pay as you buy" basis. By ho
duiiitf' we Iiave been able to reduce 1 lie price of our shoes fron
()'L to l.Vt which is a direct saving to our customers.
We want our island customers to be in a position to take
advantage of Spot Cash prices.and still not be inconvenienced
by C . 1. method. So we have decided to till your orders
for shoes, and send them on approval, and carry the trausac
tion as a CASH ITEM in ouroflice, requesting that if the
shoes are not in every way satisfactory you return them. If
they are satisfactory keep them, and send us your check or
money order by return mail.
Our new CASH policy is meeting with splendid success,
which proves that the public are only too willing to pay
cash, when they can get lirst quality shoes, such as we carry,
at a reduced and reasonable price. We respectfully solicit a
continuance of your most valuable patronage.
m the Matter of the Estate
I CICI1I HASHIMOTO. Deceased.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
Notice is hereby given to all credi
tors of Uichi Hashimoto, Deceased, to
present their claims with proper
vouchers or duly authenticated copies
thereof, even if the claim is secured
by mortgage upon real estate, to me
at my residence at Puhi Camp, Lihue
County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii
within six months from June 8, 1920
Anv claim not presented within
such time will be forever barred and
will not be authorized to pay it.
Lihue, Kauai, T. H., June 8, 1920.
Administratrix Estate of Uii hi Ha
June 8, 15, 22, 29, July C.
t - i
Pay as you buy and learn thrift.
Yours very truly,
!!:. A. UUOWX, Manager.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAII AT CHAMBERS IN
In the Matter of the Estate of Eliza
Kahclo Holt, late of Lihue, Kauai de
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
! On Reading and Filing tho Petition
of Christopher J. Holt, of Lihue, Kau
ul alleging that said Eliza Kahel
i Holt of Lihuo, Kauai, died intestate
at Baid Lihue, on the 9th day of
March, A. D. 1920, leaving property in
tho Hawaiian Islands nececsary to be
administered upon, and praying that
Letters of Administration Issue to
him, the said Christopher J. Holt
It is ordered that Friday, the 2nd
day of July, A. D. 1920, at 9 o'clock
A. M., be and hereby la appointed the
time for hearing said Petition in the
The maple sugar men are in clover
too, these days, we trust without labor
flicitlties and drawbacks. The New
England Maple sugar crop is a pheno
menally large one this year, about 2
His. to the tree. About 5000 ton3 has
been produced. We havent the cour
age to even think how much it must
io a pound.
ouit Room of this Court at Lihue,
County of Kauai, at which time and
place all persons concerned may appear
uid sluiw caiiHe, if any they have, why
(aid Petition should not be granted;
nd that notice of this ordor be pub
lished for three successive weeks
(four insertions) in tho "Garden Is
land" newspaper in said Lihue.
Dated at Lihuo. County of Kauai,
T. If.. May 25th, 1920.
(Sgd.) WILLIAM C. ACHI, JR.
Judge of the Circuit Court of tho
(Sgd.) JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA,
Clerk of the Circuit Court of the
rune 1. 8. 15. 22.
TERRITORY OF HAWAII
Treasurer's Office, Honolulu, Oahu
In re Dissolution of the WAIMEA
WINE COMPANY, LIMITED
Whereas, tho Waimea Wino Com
pany, Limited a corporation establish
ed and existing under and by tho vir
tue of tho laws of the Territory of
Hawaii, has pursue nt to law In such
oasi-s made and provided, duly filed
in this office, a petition for the dis
solution of the said corporation, to
gether with ft. certificate thereto t.n
nexc'l as requested by law.
Now, therefore, notice Is hereby
liven to any and all persons that have
been or are interested in any manner
wlnisoovsr In the eal d corporation
ih".t objections to the- granting of tho
luid petition must be filed In this
illiee on or before 12 o'clock noon of
Tuly 19, 1920 an'J that any person or
ersons desiring to be heard thereon
must be In attendance at the office of
he undersigned, in tho Executive
Oui'.ding. Honolulu at 12 o'clock noon
of said day, to show cause, it any,
why said petition should not be
DELBERT E. METZGER.
Treasurer Territory of Hawaii,
'londulu, May 4, 1920.
May 1119125, June 1 8 15-22-29.
July 6, 13