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THB GARDEN ' ISLAND.: TUESftAYULY 27; 1920
Safe Your Clothing
CON'OMY demands that the expensive shirt, the fine gown
- or the suit be laundered, cleaned or dyed only by
THE METHOD EXQUISITE
and DYKING AND (.'LEANING WORKS
J. ABADIE, Prop. Honolulu
(Sqnd (lie piuknue by Parcels Post)
Kauai Cfiiiiese Youth
Wins Thompson Medal
ROBERT F. K. LOCK WINS MANU
FACTURERS' AWARD AT
Why Iron Rusts
r AMERICA Nj
Armco Proves that
pure material it
cafe from elements
AltMCO, the iron that has puned such u world wide reiu
tat ion for its rust resisting qualities, owes its fame to
nothing more mysterious than the fact that it is a tine, close
grained iron !l!l4 per cent pure.
It oilers no chance for rust to get hold or work on it.
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
Wholesale Distributors, Honolulu.
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Theo. H. Davies & Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU AND HILO
Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Builders' Hardware Crockery Glassware Silverware
Sporting Goods Fishing Tackle Firearms Ammunition
Refrigerators Spark Plugs
Varnishes Brushes Oils
Saddlery Roofing Trunks
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, etc.
Toilet Supplies Stationery
Tim Thompson medal, presented by
amps Thompson, vice-president of the
National Association of Cotton Manu
facturers, to the student In the New
Bedford Textile School, New Bedford,
Mass., winning the highest honors in
the general course, was awarded this
year to Robert F. K. Lock, second son
of the late Ah Chock, former store
keeper and rice merchant of Kapaia,
Robert Lock has just completed a
three years' course in general cotton
manufacturing and has received cred
its for six years in seamless hosiery
manufacturing, which he has taken In
the evenings In addition to his regular
studies. He plans to travel for a time
through the eastern United States and
Canada and then enter the Whitinl
machine factory, at Whitin, Mass., to
gain experience in his line of work.
Hamakua Dried Up
Private advices from Ilamakua,
Hawaii, tell of a very discourag-
ng and disastrous condition of
things there, because of the ser
ious and long continued drought.
There has been no rain since May,
and not very much then, and there
is no rational hope for any until
October, even if then. They hate
had three abnormally dry years
out of the last four, so that it
looks as though that whole region
had gone into the desert list for
The wind blows; the dust
drives; the sun glares, and there
isn't a cloud on the horizon, even
is big as a man's hand. Even the
bonus shrinks and shrivels and
blows awav because there nre no
weeds to hoe, and no cane to cut.
etc. etc. i.
Writers of Fire, Marine, Compensation, Automobile and Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Line.
t'pon application information will be cheerfully furnished in regard to
any of our lines in which you may be interested.
Dealers in General Merchandise
American Factors Paints
AmFac Red Lable Coffee
Yale Lochs & Hardware
M- HALL & S0N
fp Distributors l '
1 v A' territory of hawah MjM
't oxt 1 ilstt prices y
SAN PR AN CISCO, SACRAMENTO, OAKLAND.
PORTLAND, 91ATTLE, 8P0KANC , TACOMA,
t tOS AN6tLE9, SAN DIEGO, STQCHTOH.
A coat or two of
It is no longer necessary to have worn,
ugly, splintery floors that require the
scrub briiNh once or twice a week to
keep them clean.
your old floors
On nny wood floor will give a handsome finish, being a prepared varnish
paint for interior wood floors. Will not mar, produces an elastic, glossy
surface which is hardened and improved with frequent washing. It resists
wear and tear, can be wiped up with a damp cloth or polished with an oil
1! nbber Celnent Floor Paint is inexpensive and slight in comparison
with that of the surface it is intended to preserve and beautify. It is easily
applied, dries over night, and conies in all popular floor colors.
If you have old floors to refinish, come see us. We will help you solve
you painting and refiuishing proWenis.
"Save the Surface and You Save AH"
Fuller's are guaranteed to be the most satisfactory ready mixed paints made.
Waimea, Kauai, T. H
6 CO., LTD.
Wholesale & Retail
Lumber and Building Materials
M. V. Fernandez, who umpired the
game between McBryde and Llhue on
Sunday, July 18, and who rendered a
decision to which the McBrydes took
exception, wrote "Bill" Inman, of Hono
lulu, who la a recognizes authority on
baseball, asking for his judgment onthe
decision. Fernandez received the fol
In regard to your decision, will Bay
that in a case like the one you men
tion it is entirely up to the judgment
of the umpire in rendering a decision.
The umpire however should not call
the batter out until he is tagged by
the ctacher, thrown out at first, or un
til the next batter is in the batters'
box ready to bat.
1 have been unable to find any
specific rule governing a case like this,
hut have seen the same play pulled j
, , . ! i.u i , tt i i '
uu many nines uuill 1131 e 111 UUIIUIUIU
p.nd throughout the States. In most
cases however, the catcher either
tagged the batter, or threw him out
at first, and thus avoided any argu
ment that might arise.
Rule 53, 1P20 has a note in regard to
when a batsman becomes a baserun
ner. "The batsman must run to first
base immediately after making a fair
hit, or when four balls have been call
ed by the umpire, or when three '
strikes have been declared by the
It is therefore very evident to me
that after three strikes have been
called on the batter, the catcher drop
ping the third strike with nobody on
first, the batter who having become a
baserunner declines to run to first
and walks towards the bench, he
therefore forfeits the right to become
a baserunner, and in calling him out
you rendered a decision that was per
fectly legitimate according to your
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The office hours at our Kealia
agency are from 9 a. m. to
3 p. m.
We will be pleased to have you
use this office if you find it convenient.
JA5. F. MORGAN
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
No. -125 131 Merchant St.
P. O. Box No. 594 Honolulu
Make a systematic effort to really save something
between now and the first of the year. The first
deposit is half the battle.
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