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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBEU 12, 1920
NOVEMBER 11, 1920
T'NDKH Till AUSI'ICKS OF
THE AMERICAN LEGION, KAUAI POSI NO. 2
Department of Hawaii
All Army Team vs. Kauai Legion Team
Mile Open, 1st Prize, 50.00 ; 2nd l'rizo, Kntrnnce Fee Returned.
14 Mile 3 yr. olds. 1 l'rize, S.",0.00; 2nd l'rize, Entrance Fee Heturned.
Mile Open, 1st l'rize, 35.00; 2nd l'rize, Entrance Fee Returned.
Va Mile Open, 1st l'rize, 40.00; 2nd l'rize, Entrance Fee Returned.
1 Mile Cowboy Kelav Kace. No Entrance Fee. l'rize 20.00.
Mile Kauai bred ponies. Cup 1st l'rize, 50.00; 2nd l'rize, 10.00. This
cup lias been presented by Mr. James M. Spalding ami is to be won
twice, J. Sakamoto's "Lady" lias one leg on the cup won July 4, 1020.
Entrance fees: mile races, 10.00. All oilier races, 5.00.
RACES START AT 10:00 A. M. ENTRIES CLOSE SAT., NOV. lith, 1020
Tug-o-War, 12 men teams One Mile Relay 8 men teams
Races 100 Yards and 50 yards Play Ground Baseball
Polo Game Starts at 3:00 P. M.
ENTRANTS FOR HORSE RACES AND FIELD SPORTS, SEE:
Waimea, Oerhaard llofgaard ; Eleele, Charles D. Rea ; Koloa, Marcus
Monsarrat; drove Farm, A. llebard Case; Lihue, Philip L. Rite; Kapaa,
Albert S. Rush; Kealia, Charles Fern; Kilauea. Win. K. Akana.
General admission to grounds for the day $.50;
Automobiles $.75; Bleachers, extra charge $.50;
Automobile space for Polo Games $1 .50
All Prices Include War Tax
AND A NEW CLUB
Mr. Lydgate conducted a very suc
cessful hike and cutlng on Saturday
in which some two dozen enthusiastic
nature lovers participated mainly
teachers new teachers, who are anx
ious to see all they can of beauties
of the Island.
Starting from the Lihue mill shortly
after 9 a.m., they fared by truck and
auto to the Labenz place, near the foot
of the German forest, and from there
most of them hiked In a leisurely way
to Kukaua, along the old road, reach
ing there In about an hour and a half.
Mrs. Isenbrrg had very kindly put
the fliole place at their disposal, and
pending the preparation of lunch
some enjoyed the view and the charm
of the garden, while the more restless
spirits followed the rim of the crater
around to the trig, station.
Any ordinary lunch would have
been most welcome under the circum
stances, but this was far from an ordi
nary lunch. Delicious sandwiches of
many kinds, fruit, hot rice, white and
steaming off the stove, and fragrant
Ceylon tea those are the viands that
you simply cant beat after-a hike like
During the restful period that fol
lowed, the company organized them
selves into a Trail and Mountain Club
with Mr. Lydgate as president, and
Miss Soule, secretary-treasurer.
The plan is to have hikes and out
ings frequently during the good weath
er, and the next one la set for Oct. 23
Some of the party had to hurry away
home to catch the outgoing mail, but
those who could, remained well on into
the afternoon, and enjoyed the wonder
ful views from Observation Point to
the north of the house. It was a
revelation to everyone that there was
so much scenic beauty lying within
such easy reach of Lihue.
Before leaving everyone wrote In
the guest book, and there were many
expressions of appreciation of Mrs.
Isenberg's kindness in placing the
house and grounds at their disposal,
and a formal vote of thanks was
passed to be forwarded to her.
WEEKLY WAIMEA SCHOOL NOTES
KAPAA HAS A FIRE
ON CLEANUP DAY
Waime School enrollment has jump
ed to 485, having an extra 22 added
by the Kindergarten. More chairs will
be had shortly and Miss Caldwell will
nandle forty children between four a;vl
six years of t.ft-
The County nurse, Mrs. Glaisyer,
visited school last Friday and made
preparation for the annual examination
of the school which will take place in
On Thursday the Waimea Athletic
Association met to elect officers for
the school year. The following ofB
ccrs were elected: President, Yoshlto
Hironaga, Vice-President, Kamaile
Moku, Secretary, Hihume Kawahara,
Treasurer, Iwao Akiyama, Captain of
ball team, Kenuo Kinoshita. -
Two hours is put In on. the ball
field each afternoon. The squad Is
showing up well. Among the best pros
pects for first line team are
Tsukasa Miyaka c, Kamaile Moku p.,
Hihumi Kawahara lb., Katsushiro Mat
suda 2b., Shinichi Tanaka 3b., Iwao
Akiyama l.ss., Julian Maclarap r.ss.,
Shigenorl NIshikawa rf., Yoshito Hiro
naga cf., Kenwo Kinoshita If.
The Manual Training department
has has completed several pieces of
furniture for the school cottages dur
ing the week.
Gardens have been planted,
i The upper grades have been divided
for singing parts in entertainments to
be given on Thanksgiving and Christ
mifs. Mrs. Wright has charge of thf
singing; Mrs. Crodie, Sopranos, Mrs.
Kelsey, Altos, Mrs. Chang, Tenors
and Mrs. Wright, Basses.
Oct. 17 Koloa vs Lihue at Koloa.
Makaweli vs McBryde at Eleele.
Oct. 24 Koloa vs Makaweli at Koloa.
Lihue vs McBryde at Eleele
Oct. 31 Koloa vs McBryde at Eleele.
Lihue vs Makaweli at Lihue.
Nov. 7 Koloa vs Lihue at Lihue.
Makaweli vs McBryde at Eleele.
Nov. 14 Koloa vs Makaweli at Eleele.
Lihue vs McBryde at Lihue.
Nov. 21 Koloa va McBrydo at Koloa.
Lihue vs Makaweli at Eleele.
Nov. 28 Koloa vs Lihue at Lihue.
Makaweli vs McBrydo at Eleele.
Dec. 5 Koloa vs Makaweli at Koloa.
Lihue vs McBryde at Lihue.
Dec. 12 Koloa vs McBryde at Eleele.
Lihue vs Makaweli ut Lihue.
VARIETY REPAIR SHOP
Lock and Gun Smith
We repair Electric Irons, Pecula
tors, Phonographs, and all other elec
trical and mechanical appliances.
Shop on King Street, opposite Young
Hotel, Honolulu. Advt.
Saturday, October fith was fire pre
vention day, but It had no effect so far
as Kapaa was concerned.
While the guests to Dr. Smith's
dinner were waiting outside the cafe
about 6:45 p.m., Saturday evening,
flames suddenly burst forth from the
kitchen of the O. Yoshida store ad
joining the ball park. The fire had
started from an oil stove which some
one had left burning In the kitchen,
and the fire, fanned by a strong breeze
had already gained a lot of headway
when the flames were first seen by the
The dinner guests, aided by others
who were near the place at the time,
scoured the neighborhood for buckets
and these, with the aid of two chemical
fire extinguishers, finally subdued the
blaze, but not until the roof had been
burned through and the kitchen nearly
demolished by the fire fighters In an
effort to detach It from the main build
ing. It was fortunate that the kitchen
only was burned, as an underground
gasoline storage tank stood only about
thirty feet away from the scene of the
T . - . . T
Twenty-two elegant rooms
In Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
MAKAWELI HAS BASE BALL
Last Sunday was the second round
of the plantation baseball league for
Makaweli. There are eight teams
entered In the league, playing three
games each Sunday. The league has
been split Into two divisions with the
stronger teams in the first division
and the weaker in the second divis
ion. The teams entered are; First Div
ision AUrFilipinos, All-Japanese and
Second Division: Camps 2. 4, 5,
New Camp and 2nd All-Japanese.
The Wailea Mill Company, of North
Hilo, evidently mean business. They
are actually building a mill and will
manufacture the cane of a consider
able bunch of Homestaders who have
heretofore dealt with the Ilakalau
Plantation Co. They are putting in
a comparatively small mill that will
manufacture 20 or 25 tons of sugar a
day. The plant is being built by
the Honolulu Iron Works.
H.-LXKfG HOURS :
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AFTER AUGUST 10th
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