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McBRYDE and KILAUEA
WIN THEIR GAMES
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batting average on tho Llhuo team
last year. Is tho next batter up. For
the first tlmo since the beginning of
tho gamo there was no nolso over In
the Kllauoa bleachers. KcnJI, In the
pitcher's box, Is perfectly alive to tho
situation, and tho look on his face
savs. 'Til do it if I bust a suspender
in tho attempt." Did ho do it? Well,
I'll tell tho world ho did! He fanned
Bob, one, two, three; then he fanned
Carvalho, one, two, three; then he
fanned Tank ono, two, three Just like
that! Oh, boy, did tho Klleaua fans
wake up? I'll say they did! Lihue's
three men on bases died an agonizing
death right there.
Kllauea J. Akana gets beaned and
goes first, and gets second on error
by the holder of that bag; Kenji fans;
Mnhikaa fouls out to third; Curtis gets
beaned and goes first; W. Akana flies
out to short; Curtis dies on first and
Akana on second. No runs.
Lihuc Tai gets a walk; Prioste
goes to bat as a pinch hitter ami
fans; Mitzu hits nnd Tai beats it and
comes homo on error at second. Tux-
eira flics out to center and Mitzu is
killed at second. One run.
Smvthe. of Kllauea, and Chilling-
worth, of Llhuo, umpired tho gamo,
and wero quite satisfactory.
Concerts by the Blind Musician
A concert and dance will be staged
at tho Llhuo Social Hall on Saturday,
tho 14th, at 7:30 p. m., by Mr. John
Almeida, of Honolulu, who is generally
known no the "Blind Musician," and
his quartet of Honolulu musicians
Mr. Almeida has been blind sin
childhood, but dcsplto that misfortune
ho has learned to play any stringed
instrument exceptionally well. His
snoclaltv is tho mandolin. He Is nlso
widely known as a tenor singer.
Tho special features of tho program
will be solos by Mr. Almeida on tho
pultnr. nknlnln nnd mandolin. For
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vocal selections he will sing "Wahlno
Ul" and "Halo Nnni." In the latter he
will bo assisted by a local chorus
The same program will bo given at
Walmea on the evening of Thursday
the 12, and Koloa on Monday, tho 10
Naurilumit danuji ftk
C. B. HOFGAARD
IDA M. POPE
KOLOA HULL MM AUG. 14, 1920
AT 7:30 P.M.
Chorus, "Kamehameha School Song" All Kamehamehans
Song, "Blowing Bubbles" Mr. Harold Keyes
Vocal Solo, "At Dawning" Mrs. K. C. Ahana
Chant, "Waipio" Walmea Kam Girls
Chorus, "Aloha Oe o Ku'u Lei" Koloa Kam Girls
Instrumental Steel Guitar Playing Mr. Aluli Lyons
Vocal Solo, "Beautiful Kahana" Miss Elalno Mahikoa
Garden Dance .'. Miss Emma Blako
Quartet, "Puuwaawaa" Kam Alumnao
Chorus, "Kokohi" Waimea Kam Girls
Sextetto (Male Voices) Kam Alumni
Vocal Solo Mrs. Henry Sheldon
Eight Islands, "Spirit of Hawaii" Kam School Girls
Dancing Follows Music by Kapaa Jazz Band
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CLASSES IN MILLINERY
Classes in Millinery will be conduct
ed by Mrs. Cameron, of Honolulu, com
mencing August 18th, for two weeks.
Having had a number of year's experi
ence along this line Mrs. Cameron is
thoroughly qualified to assist one in
constructing becoming, stylish hats
for the coming season.
Those wishing to arrange for lessons
will please telephone tho Garden Is
land office before August 14th. Advt.
McBryde 1, Makawell 0.
The McBryde-Makaweli gamo at
Makawell was another one of those
air tight exhibitions, of which we have
seen quite a number this season. Thero
were only two errors during the game,
and they were made by thS winning
team. Furtado had recovered from
his baloon ascension of tho week be
fore, and pitched a great gamo.
Marcalllno umpired the game and
performed In his usual excellent manner.
STANDING OF TEAMS
P W L PC
Lihue 8 5 3 025
Makee 7 4 3 571
McBryde 7 4 3 571
Kilauea 7 3 4 428
Makawell 7 2 5 2SC
NEXT SUNDAY'S GAMES
Next Sunday's games will be Makee
vs Makawell at Kapaa; McBryde vs
Kilauea at Eleele.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI
I do hereby announce my candidacy
for tho House of Representatives, on
tho Democratic ticket. My policies are
1. I oppose Rehabilitation Bill, and
favor Liberal Homestcadlng.
2. I favor increase in teachers' sal
aries through proper taxation.
3. I oppose present system and pol
icies of Educational Department
as administered by present sup
4. I believe present Commissioners
of Education should bo elected by
5. I favor language schools with re
strictions; to be supervised by
G. I will advocate more high schools
for our Island.
7. I bellovo the Kauai High School
should have a better equipment.
8. I will work for Kapaa Wharf.
9. I will work with all my strength
for tho rights of the Homesteaders
of our Island.
iu. special favors to none and a
square deal for all, is my motto.
M. S. HENItlQUES.
TO THE VOTERS OF KAUAI
I desire to announce to tho voters
of Kauai County that I will bo a can
didato for nomination to the Houso
of Representatives on tho Republican
ticket at the forthcoming primaries,
I will apreciato the support of all
those who beliovo In a square deal.
TIIOS. M. CUNNINGHAM,
Aug. 10. 17, 24, 31. Sept. 7. I I, 21 28,
Jacintha, of Kilauea, is some sticker.
With 'four times at bat this boy slams
out three hits. Ty Cobb never did
better than that!
The writer is a Lihue fan, and would
give his chances for a vacation this
summer to see Lihue win the pennant,
but tho manner in which tho Kilauea
boys took Lihue into camp Sunday,
just "nacherly" excites his admiration
and he's not trying to sell them a
year's subscription to the Garden Is
land either though, of course, he
would be proud and happy to
REGISTRATION OF VOTERS
Tho registration of voters this year
has been very slow according to the
County Clerk. Electors seemed to
take very little Interest in registering
as voters for the coming elections In
October and Nevcmbcr next when the
people will be called upon to elect
their Representatives and Senator,
also the Delegate to Congress. The
Great Register wherein a voter is
registered as such for any future elec
tions, either Territorial or County, Is
always open during legal business
days from 9 a. m. to 12 m. each day
at tho County Clerk's Office, Lihue,
except the first Tuesday and Wednes
day of tho month. Fqr tho accommo
dation of tho Llhuo, Hanamaulu, Hu
loia voters the County Clerk and his
assistats will hold lato hours for
registering voters from 4 to 7:30 p.m.
on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday,
August 1C, 17, and 18.
Tho regular annual meeting of the
Hui Kual Aina o Wainiha will be held
at tho office of the Hui September 2,
1920, 10 a. m.
All tho members of the said Hui are
enjoined to be personally present at
,tho aforesaid time and place.
JAMES K. APOLO,
Pres. Hui Kual Aina o Wainiha.
Aug 10, 17, 24, 31.
Tho annual meeting of the Hui Kual
Aina o Haena will bo held at tho Ha
ena Hall, Sept 3, 1920 at 10 a. m.
All members are requested to bo
personally present on that occasion.
JAMES K. APOLO,
Pres. Hui Kual Aina o Haena.
Aug. 10, 17, 24, 31.
at Lihue Hospital, FRIDAY, AUGUST
13th, at 3 p.m.
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NOTICE OF 8ALE OF
At ono thirty p. m., Thursday,
August 12th, at tho Court Houso at
Kapaa, Kawalhau, Kauai, thero will bo
sold at public auction to tho highest
bidder, under Section 380 of tho Re
vised Laws of Hawaii of 1915, general
leases of tho following described lota
In tho District of Kawalhau, Island ot
(1) Lots Nos. 22, 28, 29, 27, 27 A,
28 A. 29 A and 30, of the Kapaa
Homesteads, First Series, containing
an aggregate area of 10.2 acres, more
or less; term of leaso, 10 years from
August 12th 1920; upset rental $102.
per annum, payable semi-annually In
(2) Lots Nos 7 and 7 A, Kapaa
Homesteads, First Series, Kawalhau,
Kauai, containing a combined area of
2.40 acres, more or less; term of leaso
10 years from August 12th, 1920; upset
rental $24. per annum, payable semi'
annually In advanco;
(3) Lots Nos. 49, 50 and 52, Kapaa
Homesteads, First Series, Kawalhau,
Kauai, containing an aggregate area of
4.90 acres, moro or less; term of leaso
10 years from August 12th, 1920; upset
rental $49. per annum, payable semi
annually in advance;
(4) Lots Nos. 13 A, 14 A, 15 A,
and 10 A, Kapaa Homesteads, First
Series, Kawalhau, Kauai, containing'
an aggregate area of 3.20 acres, moro
or less; term of leaso 10 years from
August 12th, 1920; upset rental $32.
per annum", payable semi-annually in
(5) Lots Nos., 13, 14, 15 and 1G, Ka
paa Homesteads, First Series, Kawal
hau, Kauai, containing an aggregate
area of 7.30 acres, more or less; term
of lease 10 years from July 3, 1921;
upset rental, $73. per annum, payablo
semi-annually in advance;
(G) Lot No. 232 B, Kapaa Home
steads, Fourth Series, Kawalhau, Kau
ai, containing an area of 5.27 acres,
moro or less; term of lease 10 years
from August 12th, 1920; upset rental
$53. per annum, payablo semi-annually
(7) Lot No. 39, Kapaa Homesteads,
First Series, Kawalhau, Kauai, contain
ing an area of 90100 acre, more or
less; term of lease 10 years from Au
gust 12th, 1920; upset rental $25. per
annum, payable semi-annually In ad
Tho purchaser shall pay the costs
of advertising and other charges in
.connection with the preparation of
For furthor particulars apply at tho
office of the sub Agent, Mr. G. W.
Sahr, Lihue, Kauai, or at the office of
the Commissioner of Public Lands,
Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. H.
C. T. BAILEY,
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Dated at Honolulu, July 8th, 1920.
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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE
FIFTH CIRCUIT, TERRITORY OF
HAWAlf AT CHAMBERS IN
In the Matter of tho Estate of
JOSEPH KENDALL FARLEY, De
Order of Notice of Hearing Petition
for Probate of Will
A Document purporting to bo the
Last Will and Testament of Joseph
Kendall Farley deceased, having on
tho 27th day of July A. D. 1920 been
presented to said Probate Court, and
a Petition for the Pnobatc thereof, and
for the Issuance of Letters Testa
mentary to William O. Smith having
been filed by the said William O.
IT IS HEREBY ORDERED, That
Friday, the 3rd day of September A.
D. 1920 at 9 o'clock, A. M., of said day,
at the Court Room of said Court, at
Lihue, County of Kauai be and tho
same hereby is appointed the time
and place for proving said Will and
hearing said application.
IT IS FURTHER ORDERED, That
notice thereof be given, by publica
tion, onco a week for three successive
weeks, In tho Garden Island a nows
paper published in Lihue, the last
publication to be not less than ten
days previous to the time therein ap
pointed for hearing.
Dated at Lihue, Kauai, July 27th,
By tho Court.
(Sgd.) JOSEPH ANDRE SOUSA,
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