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f THE GARDEN J SLAW, TUESDAY, JAN. 4, 1921
(Continued from iage 1)
due to lack of practice. Teves suc
ceeded him in the 7th, and held
the Braves to one run during the
last tnree innings. "s
Sam Ku was not up to his usual
form, and the locals managed to
annex 11 safe blows oil his fast
shoots, including a double by Bun
Ilee and a tripple by Burgess. The
Braves secured ten hits off Fur
tado and Teves, which included
two doubles and a mighty tripple
over the ceuterfielder's head by
"'; Jimmy Burgess, just back from
Honolulu and out of practice, had
a bad day at third, although he
batted up to his usual form. lie
missed several easy chances for
putouts and his wild peg to first
with the bases full allowed
enough runs to win the game.
The visitors scored three in the
third with the aid of a hit and
two errors and earned another
three in the fifth on four, clean
wallops, including the triple by
Sam Ku with one on. They an
nexed another in the sixth on
two base hits and a pass and con
cluded their scoring with another
in the 8th on an infield hit which
followed a pass.
"Going into their half of the 9th
with their backs against the wall,
six runs needed to tie, the local
lads rallied and only the big lead
of the Braves saved them. Ohama
singled and stole second. King
whiffed the atmosphere thrice, but
Bun Hee came through with a
single which sent Ohama to the
third station. Teves flied to 2nd,
but Perreira singled and Bun llee
and Ohama tallied. Doi singled,
Bending Perreira to third, and
then Burgess came through with
a mighty triple to left center that
left the braves only a slim lead of
two. Tsunebiro, however, went
out, Sam Ku to Lopes, and gloom
was registered on the faces of the
locals and their Hupporters.
That the local lads played good
baseball is evidenced by. the fact
that the score shows that they
earned all of their six runs, while
only five runs made by the Braved
were really earned.
BRAVES VS. ALL-JAPANESE
The second game of the after
noon which started at 4:13 result
ed in the defeat of tliB visitors by
the same score which they won
from the All-Kauais in the first
Okuda started in great shape
for the Japanese' aud held the
Braves down for three innings,
while his team mates secured a
four run lead for him, but a cou
ple of errors, aud several timely
hits in the fourth tied the score at
four all. '
The Japanese scored two runs
in the first and two in the second
,off Lopes, who did not seem to
have anything that was a bit
puzzling to solve, lie was yank
ed in the third aud Warn Ku was
called upon to do the "Iron Man"
stunt of pitching three games in
two days." It was - too hard a
task though, for Sam Ku, even
with his well known ability to
work overtime, and the strain
told on him in the sixth when
Tsuueriro soaked hkn for a three
bagger with two on bases, which
scored the two runs necessary to
The Braves 'had a splendid
chance to go into the lead or to
tie the score in the 7th when they
secured two passes and a safe
bunt which filled the bases. A
f st double play, Okuda to Ohama
to Hirota however, saved the day
for the Japanese. i
BRAVES VS. LIHUES
The Braves met their third defeat
at the hands of the Lihue team on
the Lihue grounds yesterday," the
game going to Lihue 6-4. '
Both teams were playing well and
furnished a splendid exhibition for
'the fans. ' Meyer worked on the j
mound and Lopes received for the
Braves, while M. Perreira aad Tank
formed the battery for the locals.
Both pitchers worked through the nime
innings and both pitched good steady
games, with Perreira showing to the
CHRISTMAS EXERCISES AT THE
WAIMEA CHINESE CHURCH
The Christmas exerciBe given by
the Waimea Chinese Church on Thur
sday December 23, at 10:30 a. m. was
a fine and gay one attended by a
large crowd notwithstanding the
bad weather at the time.
The church was beautifully decor
ated with fancy "crepe paper and
The program began with a short
talk by the pastor of the church. The
Sunday School children sang and re
cited Christmas Btories. At the end
. U nwrnram Qantd Pinna r.AlT10 in
Ul lua iiuginuii
loaded with toys and presents for the
Sunday School children. Following
this refreshments, consisting of
apples, candies, etc. were served. The
whole affair lasted until 1:30 and
everybody went home happy.
SOME INTERESTING STATISTICS
(From Thrum's Annual.)
Births and Deaths records for Ha
waii for 1920 show 10,165 births and
4,564 deaths. For Kauai they are
1070, and 551.
Number of pupils in the schools,
public and private, 54,701, teachers
1545. Pupils on Kauai 5,043.
Total exports of the Territory,
$142,246,000, Sugar exports, $119,000,
090; Pineapples, $19,000,000. Im
There are 26 Banks with commer
cial deposits of about $37,000,000.
Savings deposits of $16,000,000, total
Amount of public debt $10,894,000.
Total taxes for the Territory, $6,995,
479, for Kauai, $583,740.
THE HAWAIIAN ANNUAL
Thrum's Annual in the forty-sevjnth
year of its publication, is out for 1921,
and Is a valuable as well as readable
There are the usual invaluable stat
istics about the Islands, which furnish
almost everything that you want -to
know, and the usual register and Di
rectory of Territorial and County of
ficials and organizations of all kinds.
Among the contributed articles
there are brief reviews of the Mission
Centennial, the Scientific Congress;
The University of Hawaii, by Dr.
Dean, Historical Reminiscences by T.
O. Thrum, The Kona Coast, by A. S.
Baker, Reminiscences of a Collector,
by J. M. Lydgate, Citrus Fruit Grow
ing, by W. T. Pope, etc. The careful
Retrospect for the year adds very
materially to the value of the publi
cation. We miss the familiar and appro
priate front cover design, and won
WE GET INTO THE
The Literary Digest for December
18, contains an article of the Tourist
Folder type on the Islands which at
any rate has the merit of being correct
and reliable. Kauai is dismissed
with five lines and only one misprint.
The briefest mention of a few of our
most familiar Interests is all that
could be expected In so small a com
pass. A very large part of the article is
taken up with the oce&n transporta
There is no mention of the hula or
the ukulele and only a very casual
reference to the Beach at Waikiki.
There is a Cause
To Head 3
r To Throat.
lb Upper Limbs -,
To Bowels-.. H
Health System without Drugs or Hied
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Do yoM feel shaky all over?
Are you weak? "
Do you lack ambition and energy?
Do you have that "all gone" feel
ing when you get up in the mor
ning? Do you get up depressed, low-spip-
itcd, out of sorts?
Do you get exhausted and "played
out" after very little effort?
Are you troubled with headache,
neuralgia, pains in the joints
Do you have dyspepsia, heartburn,
bulrhing, gas in the bowels, sour
Do you suffer from Rheumatism,
Catarrh, Kidney trouble, Bil
Are you subject to colds?
Have you lost hope of regaining
your old time strength and
Do you know that all these ills
come from one CAUSEt
Do you know that the only way to
prrtmiHcntln rid yourself of
these troubles is "to eliminate
Your ase is no worse than hun
dreds of others that have come
. 1o us and regained Health and
Strength through our Natural
io you wisn to
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