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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 24, 1921
Sam Peneku and H. Burgess
have purchased the welding business of
W. M. Mullin
The new company will be known as
HI WELDING GO.
with headquarters at Elcele
ELECTRIC AND ACETYLENE WELDING
WELDING SUPPLIES, LYNDE OXYGEN,
GAS, REINFORCING, TANK BUILDING,
Death May Interrupt
an Executorship, if an individual is ap
pointed and thereby cause extra expense.
Nominate HAWAIIAN TRUST
COMPANY as Executor or Trustee and
secure uninterrupted service. Come
in and talk it over.
We Are Here To Serve You
The oldest and largest Trust Company in the Territory
of Hawaii, Capital surplus and undivided profits over
one million dollars.
SAFE DEPOSIT VAULTS
Waimea Stables Ltd.,
At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The most famous Garages on Kauai. The
place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our autos arc comfortable, our Drivers are
Reliable and have been with us for years, and
know every inch of the country.
We Rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We do Draying and Hauling by Trucks all
,. over the Island. We run the Stage Line
between Lihue and Kekaha three round
trips per week
Tel. 43 W
A. GOMEZ, Mgr.
Tel. 492 L '
CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
TERRITORIAL MESSENGER SERVICE
TAKES ORDERS FOR ALL KINDS OF
Dry Gleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY PARCEL POST TO
1112 UNION ST. - - ... HONOLULU
Makees and McBrides
Win In Two Poor
Wins 10 Inning Game
By G. M. Shak
We journeyed to Lihue to see
the Grove Farm team, which had
blanked Makaweli the previous
Sunday with one Gerbacio in the
box, tackle the Makees, and we
surely caniiot be blamed if we had
great expectations of seeing a
real baseball game, an Gerbacio
was reported to have an assort
ment of southpaw slants that
would hypnotize the sluggers of
the Makees. But was it a base
ball game we saw? Ask all the
rest who were present and they
will no doubt ngree that if that
game was a sample of Jaseball as
played on Kauai, the league had
better disband immediately. If
you did not see the game, listen
to the following story and decide
whether it was n goodjexhibition
of the national pastime.
Cumniings started for the Ma
kees and Gerbacio for Grove
Farm, and it looked like the Ma
kees were to receive their first
defeat, as their heaver was rather
unsteady and mussed up several
fielding chances right off the bat
and Gerbacio's left handed slants,
although uncontrollable, seemed
to be puzzling enough to check
the Makee batters. The Makees
scored one in the first, but Grove
Farm's supporters j-clled themsel
ves hoarse when Fernamk. hit a
"Babe Ruth" to center, tying the
score, it ml went into the leal m
the "et ond by one run. The Ma
kees fame back with four '"i the
third, making it 5-2, but Gi e
Farm was not to be daunted, and
again tied it up. Each team
made-another in the fourth, and
in the 5th, the baloon ascension of
southpaw Gerbacio began.
Four runs on four hits came in,
followed by seven in the Gth, seven
in the 7th, three in the 8th, and
another two in the concluding ses
sion, making a total of 29. The
Grove Farms, or the "Cases" as
some termed them, were blanked
in the 5th and 7th, but managed to
gather another two- in the Cth.
Cummings retired in the 8th and
Scharsch's generosity in giving
out free passes resulted in five
runs for the "Cases" in the last
two innings, giving them a total
of 13 for the day.
The summary gives the follow
ing information of this "great"
game. The Makees made 19 hits
including a freak three bagger by
Hee which .just dropped over
first and could not be located in
the crowd. The "Cases" made 13
hits including two honie runs, one
by Fernandez and one by Ferre
ira. Grove Farm was charged
fifteen errors and the Makees six,
and the scorer was liberal at that.
Cummings and Scharsch gave out
three and six passes respectively
for the Makees, and Gerbacio and
Enosinco also doled out a like
number for the "Cases". Hee,
Ahana, Tsuuehiro and Cummings
were the heavy stickers of the day
for the winners, each getting
three hits, and Roke and Gerbacio
did yeoman duty for Grovq Farm
in the swatting line.
KOLOA G, MAKAWELI 5.
The big game of the day was be
tween Koloa and Makaweli at
Koloa. This was a ten inning
battle with every man on his toes
all the time. Finally in the tenth
inning Koloa got the winuiug run
across the plate and the game
ended G to 5.
McBRYDE 12, ENGINEERS 2.
Hie McBryde-Lugiueers gamei
at Eleele was a slaughter of the!
innocents . and went to the home !
team 12 to 2.
Next Sunday's games will be as
Engineers vs Lihue at Lihue.
McBryde vs Grove Farm at McBryde,
Makee va Makaweli at Kapaa.
Increased excitement in the
business men's volley ball league
is now in evidence. How are the
mighty fallen! The Koloa in
vincibles were decisively beaten
by the Waimea trailers at Koloa
Inst Saturday night. This leaves
Kekaha and Koloa tied for, first
place on the first round with Li
hue and Waimea neck and neck
for' second rank. Lihue is to
meet Koloa probably at Lihue
next Thursday night on the second
round of the series. The Ilof
gaard cup is now on exhibition in
the window of Lihue Store. .
Big Tennis Tournament
At Lihue Next Sunday
The big tennis tournament be
tween the East and West sides of
the island that has been in prep
aration for some time, will be
held in Lihue next Sunday under
the auspices of the Lihue tenuis
club. Singles, of which there will
be four matches, will be played
in the forenoon on the private
court of Mr. II. D. Sloggett, be
ginning at nine o'clock.
At 12:30 the club Will serve
luncheon at the Mokihana hall to
the players, visiting spectators
and members of the club.
The doubles matches will be
played in the afternoon on the
club courts, the first match begin
ning at two o'clock.
At two o'clock play will be re
sumed on the club courts. The
remaining singles will be played
off, after which the men's first
doubles will occupy one court and
the ladies' doubles the other.
At three o'clock play will be
suspended in order that players
and spectators may attend Hie
memorial services at the Tip Top
theatre, after which play will be
The tournament is to consist of
four sets of men's singles, two sets
of men's doubles and one set of
women's doubles. Each match
is to consist of the best two out of
REVISED SCHEDULE KAUAI BUSINESS MEN'S VOLLEY BALL LEAGUE
Names of Teams Place played Date Won by
1. Waimea-Kekaha ' Kekaha April 30th Kekaha
2. Lihue-Kekaha Waimea May 6th Kekaha
3. Lihue-Koloa Koloa May 9th Koloa
4. Kiiloa-Kekaha Waimea May 13th l'oloa
5. Lihue-Waimea Waimea May 14th Lihue
6. Koloa-Waimea Koloa May 19th
7. Kekaha-Waimea Waimea May 26th
8. Koloa-Lihue Lihue May 27th
9. Waimea-Lihue Koloa May 31st ,
10. Kekaha-Koloa Waimea June 10th
11. Waimea-Koloa Waimea June 13th
12. Kekaha-Lihue Waimea June 16th 1
NOTE: Kapaa has failed to show up for any scheduled games, so is out
of the league. This revised schedule includes the same dates as before, with
Kapaa left out. In case it is necessary to postpone a game, or to change
dates, please phone the following men:
Kekaha: Mr. Theilmann, Kekaha Sugar Company's Office.
Waimea: Mr. Chang Yau or Mr. Wright, Bishop Bank.
Koloa: Mr. Ornellas or Mr. Souza at Kauai Trading Company.
Lihue: Mr. Kuhlmann, Bank of Hawaii.
The big match of the day will
be the first men's doubles. Clio
teams for this match will prob. bly
be Dwight Baldwin, of Makavcli,
and Manuel Nunes, of McU.de
acainst Albert Horner, of Kn; .ia.
and Frank Burns, of Kealia.
Mrs. Cannon, of Waimea, i iul
partner will play against Mrs.
Philip Rice and Miss boule, ol Li
hue, in the ladies' doubles.
The singles will most likely be
played off by the men composing
the doubles teams.
P. S. A. L. TRACK MEET
ON JUNE 4TH.
A meeting of the executive xv.iu
mittee of the Public School Athle
tic League was lield in the Y. M.
C. A. office at Lihue on Monday
morning to make final arrange
ments for the big interseiiool
track ( meet to be held at Lll ue
public park all day Saturd iy,
June 4th. There will be tv.elve
events with two entries for ejeh
event from each school. Pih
the boys and girls will participate
and will be divided into Ju nor
and Senior classes. The pro
grams are to be printed and eir
culated before the meet and every
detail of the day has been con
signed to special committees. In
addition to the sports there vill
be a song contest between the
schools and exhibitions in calis
thenics and scout games. The
boy scouts will assist in handling
the crowd and will have a typical
scout camp on the grounds rs a
service headquarters. They v ill
also sell refreshments '..eder the di
rection of an official commit iee,
the proceeds of which are to go
toward the expenses of the n.fet.
A hot-dog luncheon with c-ld
drinks and other good things will
be on the menu making it iinncs
essary for anyone to bring lurch
with them. As no other roin'w
tioif venders are to be allowed on
the grounds it is expected 'that a
substantial sum may be reab.'ed
in this way for the league treasury.
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year of 1920 shows that out of a Total of 4,290 Oil Wells drilled
in the state of TEXAS 3,249 were PRODUCING OIL
WELLS; or MORE THAN 75 of All the Oil Wells drilled
in Texas during 1920 WERE SUCCESSFUL.
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YOUU SHAKE OF THE MILLIONS OF DOLLARS DISTRIBU
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HAWAIIAN-TEXAS OIL COMPANY, LTD.
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the officers and directors are men who are residents of this Territory!
The Hawaiian-Texas Oil Company, Ltd. owns SIXTY-SEVEN Separate and
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The Hawaiian-Texas Oil Company, Ltd. is 'capitalized at $1,000,000; Shares
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The Hawaiian-Texas Oil Company, Ltd. will distribute In Dividend's to its
Shareholders FIFTY PER CENT of the net proceeds from all Oil produced,
and from any and all other Profits.
The Hawaiian-Texas Oil Company, Ltd, NOW HAS ITS FIRST OIL WELL
ON TOP OF THE OIL BEARING SAND AND EXPECTS TO COMPLETE
THIS WELL WITHIN THE NEXT FEW DAYS TIME.
The Shares of the Hawaiian-Texas Oil Company, Ltd. are Now Selling at
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International Investment Co., Ltd.
Kauai Branch Office: Kapaia, Lihue, Kauai, P. O. Box 84
FRANK B. FERNANDEZ, Manager.