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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MAY 31, 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 Eleele
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
- SPOR TS -
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 Cleaning and Laundry Work
SEND BY PARCEL POST TO
1112 UNION ST. HONOLULU
Marred By Rain
The tennis tournament at Lihue
last Sunday had to be continued
on account or rain, me singles
matches were completed, the
ladies' doubles were at four-all.
and the first men's doubles just
commencing when the rain came
and made it necessary to call off
The singles play was started at
!)::i0 a.m. on the Sloggett court,
with Dr. Olaisyer, of Kalaheo, and
James Corstorphine, of Kealia,
playing the first match. The
match went to Corstorphine, 04,
6-3. K. A. Creevey, referee.
The second match was between
Mr. Cannon, of Waimea, and
Frank Burns, of Kealia. The
match went to Burns in two
straight, 4, G-2. O. F. Rankin,
After this set the playtrs and
spectators were invited over to
the Mokihana hall where the la
dies of the Lihue Tenuis Club
At one o'clock singles play was
resumed on the club courts.
The match between A. Horner,
Jr., of Kapaa, and Mr. Richter, of
McBrvde, proved to be tue hardest
fought go of the day. Horner took
the first set 04. Kieuters play
improved in the second set, and he
took it at 04. Horner used more
care in placing his shots in the
third set, with the result that,
after a deal of hard play, he cap
tured the match 64, 4-0, 04. O. F,
The most interesting match of
the day was that between loster
Horner, of Kealia, and Douglas
Baldwin, of Makaweli. Both of
these men are high class players,
putting up the kind of game only
seen in fast company. Botli use
a fast service in both first and
second balls, and both use the
smashing forehand and backhand
noruer was in the better form
this day, his service was accurate
and dancerous. especially his re
verse twist, which sorely puzzled
his opponent at times, and was
very hard to handle with any de
cree of certainty.
Baldwin is a brilliant player,
and, though Horner won the
match with two straight sets, 04,
04, it would be hard to say how a
return match between them would
come out. E. A. Creevey refereed
The ladies doubles, between
Mrs. Cannon and Mrs. Williams
against Mrs. Philip Rice and Miss
Soule, was continued on the Mc
Bryde court yesterday afternoon
Cannon and Williams taking the
match 64, 8-0.
The men's doubles will be play
ed next Sunday afternoon at the
McBrvde court, commencinc at
two o'clock. Some very flue ten
nis is sure to be seen at these
The School Track Meet
The second annual track meet
under the supervision of the Kauai
Public School Athletic League
will be held next Saturday, June
4th, at Lihue Plantation Park,
commencing at 9 :.'50.
There will be sixteen events in
all. the boys bcinc divided into
juuior and seuior classes while
the girls will have four events un
limited. All the schools of
Kauai, except the High School,
will compete in the sports. It
will interest the public to know
that one boy, Kam Sing Ho of
Hanalei, who won the 220 yard
dash in the local meet last year,
won 'a similar event at Mills
School this last year and is a
member of the athletic team sent
to the mainland from the Islands.
Immediately preceeding the
sports and commencing at !)
o'clock sharp, three schools will
enter a song contest at the arm
ory. In the afternoon there will
be exhibition drills and games.
The Boy Scouts will serve ''hot
dogs" and other substantials at
noon at popular prices, the pro
ceeds going toward the expenses
of the meet. All Kauai should be
interested in this big meet and'
everybody is invited. It will not
be necessary to bring lunch as t lie i
same can be procured on the j
grounds for a little cash.
Spectators came from all parts
of the island last Sunday to wit
ness the tennis games. About 50
cars were parked around the
All-Chinese Ball Team
Coming for July Fourth
Financial and other arrange
ments have been completed by (J.
M. Shak, Arthur Wong and K. M.
Ahana of Kapaa as promoters,
with Mr. James Spalding, who'
financed the trip of the A. C. A.
team to Kauai last year, to bring
the All -Chinese team, champions
of Honolulu and Oalm. to Kauai
during t lie Fourth of July next,
for a series of games with local
teams at Uaipouh field.
The All-Chinese team, a major
ity of whom were members of the
team when lliev toured the main
land in P.I12, l!)i:5 and 1!H, will
arrive here on 1 riday, .July 1st
and return to Honolulu on Tues
day, July 5th. They will meet
the All-Japanese on Sunday, Jiilv
!!rd at 1 :00 p. in., and the All-
Kanai's at .1:00 p. m. A game
will also be staged on Saturday
July 2nd. with a team to be chosen
later, and on Monday it is planned
to have the Makees, 1!l20 champ
ions of Kauai, tackle them at 2
p. m. in conjunction with tne
horse aires and other sports to be
put led otr liy tne American Legion.
A game may also lie arranged witr
the 44th Infantry team, which will
also be on Kauai during that time
at the joint invitation of McBryde
and Makaweli plantations.
This will be the first trip of the
All Chinese to Kauai. They have
visited and conquered both the is
lands of Maui and Hawaii, and it
remains to be seen what Kauai
can do against them.
Consent of the various teams in
the Kauai League to a postpone
ment of the games scheduled for
Sunday July 3rd has already been
Last Sundays Baseball
Games Spoiled by Rain
All previous records were laid
in the shade at the' Lihue-Imgin-er
game at Lihue last Sunday. At
the close of the game, which was
played in a drizzling rain, the
score stood 38 to 11 in favor of Li
hue. 'Nough sed.
McBryde 8, Grove Farm 1
The game at Kleele between Mc
Bryde and Grove Farm was of a
better brand of ball, and was not
nearly so one-sided as the score
would seem to indicate. I p to
the seventh inning the score was
4 to . Then a couple of wild
throws were made with bast, full,
which netted four more rum for
the home team. Tilly we. in
great form, and only allowed the
Farmers three hits.
A'o Game at Kapaa
The Makee-Makaweli gainc was
postponed on account of rain.
Next Sundays games will beTas
Koloa vs Engineers at Koloa.
Grove Farm vs Lihue at Lihue.
Makaweli vs McBryde at Makaweli.
1 1 1 Our I I
LADIES, GET BUSY!
Those in charge of the ladies'
singles tennis tournament of the
Lihue Tennis Club, request that
the participants play off their
matches this week, if at all possible.
$3.00 per year.
Place your mortgages, deeds,
insurance papers, liberty bonds
and jewelry in one of our safe
deposit boxes and stop worry
ing. Call cr telephone,
We pay 4 interest ou
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Kauai Branch Office: Kapaia, Lihue, Kauai, P. O. Box 84
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