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OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
K. A .C's.
Wilcox got a pass to 1st, Sada
singled, Almeida made safe hit to
rf, scoring Wilcox and Sada.
Texeira out at 1st, Almeida died
on 2d, Ambrosio popped one into
Malina o glove at 1st.
Theilman made a three base hit,
Dean flew to 3rd. Ahana got a free
ticket to 1st. Fernandas made a
safe hit, scoring Theilman and
Dean, through error from 1st to
home. J. Maluu made safe hit.
scoring Fernaudes, Yamamoto' out
at 1st. Freitas out p. to st.
K. A. C's.
Rodrigues out, ss, to 1st. M.
Soarcs fanned, J. Soaresouton 1st.
H . Malina singled, W a i a u
flapped at 1st, Theilman made safe
hit. Malina died on 2d, and also
3rd on pass balls. Dean walked.
Ahana pounded a two bagger.
scoring Dean. I'ernandes w a s
counted out at 1st. !
K. A. C.
Wilcox made a single, Sada
walked, Almeida measured a two
bagger scoring Wilcox, lexeira
made a safe h i t scoring Sada.
Almeida died i n getting home.
Texeira got caught with insufficient
steam at 2d, and Ambrosio was
shelved at 1st.
J . Malina walked. Yamamoto
flew to If, Malina stole 2d, Freitas
made safe hit, H. Malina singled
scoring J, Malina, Waiau hit safe
to cf, scoring Freitas. Theilmon
fannle. Min Goo struck safe,
sccring H. Malina, Waiau taking
his finals at 3rd.
K. A. C's.
J. Cummings ss, A. Wilcox 2b,
Sada lb, Almeida p, Texeira cl
Ambrosio 3b, Rodrigues cf, M,
Soares If, J. Soares rf .
Ahana ss. Fernaudes cf, Ellis
lb, Yamamoto 2b, Freitas If, H
Malina c, Waiau 3b, Theilman rf,
Game began 2:25, ended 4:15,
Score Lihue 13 K. A..C. II
Umpire, Eddie Fernaudes.
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Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Kavaihau Auto Co
Service at all hours,
The flour of the west is Sperry,
Sperry products for the house
wife, the trade, the best tliat's
made. tf .
i CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
I Dealers in
HAY, LtRAIN AND (JHICKEN
Sole Agents for
Intenutional Stock, Poultry Food
nnd other specialties. Arabic for
coltiiiR Iron Roofs. Petaluma In
cubator and Brooders and scratch
es. King's Special Chick Food
P.O. Box 452, Honolulu
At The Fairview Hotel.
K. Krane, Chas. M. Kekoa, Joe
Fachero, W.E. Hughes, A. I,ucas,
C. Ingroosen, Kaeara, Silver, C.
Wo, Sing Fong, W. T. Frost, F.
Theo. Schmidt, Chas. Marques
and wife, P. G. Riley.
Dayton in Flood District
Dayton has stood in the shadow
of disaster from flood since its foun
dation. No less than six times pre
vious t o the present inundation
have the rivers which flow throw
it left their accustomed courses and
brought death and destruction of
orooertv upon the town. The
first of these floods occured in 1805,
the very year that Dayton was in
corporated as a town. The sixth
was in 1898 and others in the years
1847, 1863, 1866 and 1886.
Resident Agent for Lihue & Vicinity.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa. Telephone No. 7.
G. Y. rib wmt. 'w. .
senger from Honolulu. Klnau Pas"
Miss D. Hally is a k
...friends of the Garden 11 of
arriving on the Kinau last Wu'
nesday morning. ,
TT ir r 1. 1 r ,t. . .
uciuaiu ui tlOUOlUlU IS
making a business trip to the
Rev. Imamura returned Wed
nesday from a brief trip to Hono
lulu. Mrs. Geo. Bucholtze was among
the arrivals from Honolulu last
Antone Kuhlman returned from)
510lulu last Wednesday morn
ing. Pah Oh, the Waimea rice
planter, returned Wednesday from
Everything in tub
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise ok the
13est Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
a business trip to Honolulu.
W. H. Grodes.came down from
Honolulu last Wednesday mom
Printing Press in Schools
Supt Ella F. Young of Chicago,
111., has explained the object of
the new course in printing in the
public schools by the statement
that it is to make the pupils better
spellers, surer o f their punctu
ation, and to help in the acquire
ment of a good idea of literary
Mrs. Young is quoted as follows:
' Setting type is the best teacher
ot spelling that I know of. A pupil
will write a word wrong and never
seem to think anything of his
error, but once you let him go to
the trouble of setting it up in type
wrong and then have to reset it to
get it right, the spelling of the
word is forcibly impressed on his
mind, Again, a student who will
think it uo disgrace to spell wrong
in hand writing, when he sees the
word printed wrong on paper is
much more struck by the erroneous
spelling and wants immediately to
"I anticipate that there will be
no overcrowding of the printers'
ranks, even though the classes
should prove immensely popular."
M. Gonsalves of Honolulu, is on
Kauai, having arrived on Wednes
C. Kekoa was a passenger from
the Metropolis Wednesday morn
J. Fisheria came in from Hono
lulu by the last Kinau.
Mendes & Souza, of Lihue, beg to I
announce that they have enterad the
Automobile Rent ;
with a five passenger Cadillac, and I
respectfully solicit the patronage of
Telephone 600 L I
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