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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 2 May 1911

f Ljf 7 mi r. i ft M nr." I'JIU'iv K A t' A I , 'IVKHUY, MAY I'M A Nil i:4 if M5i ' BALL GAMES TUBERCULOSIS IK I! icken i Lducat&F &4' bhoes Homesteads Defeat Kilauea 5 To 3 Makaweli Scores 20 To 5 Over Koloa, While Li hue increases JRercentage By Sending jeies To The Green file To 6. HANALE1 ell noise like thirty-seven Bftnd ninety cents gate iS"""" SCOrcof 5 U 3' Ki" f Iftltfcffffirfliiiuls staged the scene or 'j'fffillffi 1 -' "1()St interesting ball 'mi7fe3iot only of the present yrtfsIMtt probablv of anv fgaiue 1.- -.. if '.' ruven,yue mi a uiamoim on is.auai tfJftSlncw field was. completed bu 'aufunours prior to tlje time tin but the iJaujEvas called, slud as a result, 'aswyerv poor for the runners. iMI Ti I !,iKtsLcgvei-ed and be-spattered the l jKv' Homesteaders arrived I lorjUvr after one o'clock, having h ienijrcooprtl up in a truck and MiAiiwsiuee six o'clock. As they im 'les&Ji) 1 straightened their He fulftes, and greeted the home Mt aTnfiere was hu. express...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 2 May 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND TO THE KAUAI PUBLIC I wisli to present for your careful consideration the most attractive a n (1 best money making oil pro position ever offeicd to Un people of Hawaii. 'Tis true it is a gamble, but a good one. All iuvestmei t, no matter wliere you may place your money, is mere or less a gamble. Lake View No. 1 Oil Well came in March 15, 1910. The stock cost 90c per share and sold for $40.00 per share. To make it plain to you 100 s h a r e s cost $90.00 and sold for $4000. 00. a profit of $3910.00 on 100 shares. Lake View No. 2 is located only 1 1 -4 miles from Lake View No. 1. The .Sunset .Monarch Oil Company, located between our properties, has just brought in a well which thev claim is bigger than Lake View No. 1 . Our soil and log formations are identically the same. We are putting down 2 well son our property Xos. 1 and 2, and expect to bring in gushers equally as large as the Lake View No. 1 or the Sunset Monarch and expect our stock will sell at as high a fi...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 2 May 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND ifiOTlCE . T h e Board of License Com missioners for the County of Kauai Will hold a meeting sit the County O.lice Building on Thursday, June 1st 1911, at ten o'clock A.'.M. to consider the application of S. Oaki for a renewal of the Whole sale License now held by him to sjII intoxicating liquors at Wa'uuea, Kauai, under the provisions of Act 119. Session laws of 1911. All protests or objections against the issuance of a license under said application should be filed with the Secretary of the Hoard not later than the time set for said hearing. V. D. McBuvnii, Secretarv Hoard of License Coni-mis-iio.iers! (4ts May 2-9-16-23) The Board of License Conn m'ssio.iers for the County of Kauai will hold a meeting at the County O.fiee Building on Thursday, June 1st 1911, at ten o'clock A. M. to consider the application of Wai mea Wine Co. Wauuea, Kauai, for a renewal of the Wholesale License now held by it to sell intoxicating liquors at Waiinea, Kauai, under the provisions ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 2 May 1911

THE GARDKX ISLAND SUNDAY GATE MONEY HAS BEEN TABUED Much regret is ex passed by members of the Ball League at not being permitted to charge entrance fees to the Lihue ball games play ed on the grounds on Suudavs. This is a sad blow to the organiza tion, as it had counted on the Lihue grounds for the largest gate receipts. Not however, from a money making point of view, but simply as a revenue from which much of the League's expenses might be met. When we consider the expenses of the League teams it becomes very evident that there must be some sourc.e of income to counterbalance them. Th(.uiemhe! s composing the different teams, came through personally, with the sum of one hundred and seventy five dollars, paid their monthly dues amounting to fourteen dol lars more, and in addition to this, supplied their own uniforms. As to the Kauai Athletic Association, it pays out every Sunday, nine dollars for new balls, and held res ponsible for the payment of all transportation, which on last ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 2 May 1911

TIIK GAUD UN ISLAND s ancssr. a rumens s swssias o vsKoua t kua 1 LiHUE LIBRARY EYES TESTED fi f I"' t I 2 7? o .n !: n!i.;s Siivi r Sir.r Y.d'ev M. Ih-'r: ' p AdMiituru.-; o f the I' e I e r k i Kinulv. I-.iIl ' fV ..o .Vh r' ivJ ' I lie u i s s i ii ir Merchnntinai JL VJS. wtf fit-U g 1 Wet Latest and Popular Records by famous 'li rs arc reeeh ed from our coast rep resentative by ev en steamer. Catalogue furn ished on applica tion. Machines sold on installments. 111 . ill FROM $10.00 UP Kauai Agents J. L SILVA, Proprietor. leei II. Collingwood. Uetii en Kveret. ColeridKc Dai k u e s s and D a v 1 i t h t. L. T. Meade. FICTION 9 The Second Generation. David 5 Gi-jhin IMiiliid. g The Rules of the Game. Stewart 9 White. a Rest Harrow. M. Hewlett. .Max. Katherine Thurston. 8 Clay Hanger. Arnold IScuiutt. I The Silent Call. Ivdwin M. Ro le. H Mary Cary.- Kate L. Hasher. 0 Landlord of the Three liars, g l?oyles. 1 Dorothy South. Kk'gK'ston. V The Gift of the Grass. J. T. ft Moore. Iiy t...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 2 May 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND U. Waggoner, for many years connected with Ilackfekl & Co. in the capacity of traveling salesman, has accepted a position as assistant manager in a New York office which the company will open as an east ern branch of their Honolulu and Hilo Houses. Mr. Waggoner gave his numerous Kauai friends the parting hand-shake Saturday, leav ing on the Kinau. One of his Ka uai friends, however, will accom pany him and remain a permanent guest through his future success ful career, and that is theGAuniiX Island. Mr. Waggoner has long been known as one of the most po pular traveling men among the many who come to our shores and while we regret to lose him, yet most heartily join his many friends in best wishes for a successful future. Mr. Paul Schmidt a well known Honolulu Commercial man, will re present Hackfeld & Co. in the fu ture, taking Mr. Waggoner's place. He returned to Honolulu Saturday, having made the island for the first time in company with his predeces sor ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 2 May 1911

0' 4s THK GARDIvX -ISLAND 0 4. . HE- GARDEN ISLAND. SJE JjisiiaPlivery Tuesday. Kntereifat the post office at ; t Ijihue, kauai, assecoud-claSs matter. . V Suiisckiption R.TKS $?5G1m;u A'KAK. $j .50 ffl S'X MON'niS. hX ADVANCii Aovicktisin ; 50 Cisn'CS. WANTED A JOB ( Ry nfcapable Young Man) THE SHELDON PARK An Inch Pkr MfjNTii. K. Kj. C.'Hoi'i'lTR x TUESDAY, Manai:k ing the Sheldon Park, is the- fact that the property is covered with residences, the owners of which Wainica has, through the effort?, have resided therein for years, im oi" Representative Sheldon, been proving the property, knowing in awarded a prize package in the the meantime that the land he- JnM what it is I'd do the be.-,t, or Sl,!,l'e o. a pumie parK. 1 1 is 10 ue ...hKi ' "'v- wheie I'd better go . known as "Sheldon's Park," and with the hope of ultimately buying To look for it, I must confess I is probablv todav as much of a it. Now comes Hon. Mr. Shel- II.. ,l ,wl v. . r"-""-1 v,w nark as it ever will he. anne...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 2 May 1911

r " : . i . . - .- I " r- tla. 1 Till' QARIJI-N- ISLAXP J5 BIG. SUNDAY GAMES Continued from page 1. close of the th inning, the score stooil 5 to 3 in Honii.sU.au .-. l.ioi. Tllij, receipts Jllntify, lllilv, the eoiitetrtion that games miouM he )layed according to schedule i. c. in every place called for iji said scheduW. lytlme. is with largtr receipts tlie only place 1 . .. pts than those of Kilauea while Ma'kaweli, a planla trhnftvith a Donulatioii and valua tioiTinanv times that of Kilaueh, came over the pike with hut'Sl.i.UO. To Koloa, however, must the ci edit he given for not cojning through, with receipts. There is consider able discussion over Koloa's ill ability to gather sheckles at there home grounds, another oc "eurrauce of which will likely call, for action looking toward collect iiifj the total day's expenses tro:;: the Koloa league. It is not that Koloa is expected to collect a large amount, but thai she should at least make an elToit to collect. This,, we, understan...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 9 May 1911

V ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL 8. NO. 18. A. LIHUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 9,1911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR. r i. I IN 'A MR. JENNINGS LEAVES MR. MAHN RECEIVES OLD GLORY IS TO FLOAT KOLOATOLIVE IN CITY HIS BROTHER MEMBERS CHAMPIONS OF THE SUPERVISORS HOLD WAIMEA PARK THE MONTHLY PLAN SESSION Local Business Firm Donates a Silver Cup ' Kegel Club House Again The Scene Of Tc Baseball Champions For Season Games WA1MEA-K00LAU TEAMS Many Weekly Social Events-Mokiliana Club Dance-Will have Junior B. B. League A Pleasant Gathering Of Its Members OVER NEW HANAPEPE SCHOOL Department Of Education Will Rush Work On New Structure With A View To Hav- ing It Completed By The Opening Of The Next School Year. Two Communications Received Stating The "Follow The Law!" Advises County Att'y. TEACHERS ASSIGNED--PEACE DAY-BIGGER GROUNDS, Many Good'Deeds Accomplished Kaeo In Speaking On A,- By Sheldon. i propriations The Kegel Club's handsome headquarters was again the scene of a delightful g...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 9 May 1911

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. MAY 9, 1911. K HE GARDEN ISLAND I ssued-Every Tuesday . Entered at the post office at ,ihue, Kauai, as second -class matter. Subscription Katks $2.50 pkk ' ykar. 51.50 klih six months. TN ADYANCK Auvkktisini; Katks, 50 Cunts . An Inch Pkk Month. 15. Hriih'.kwatick C. HOPPKK . Editor Makagkk TUESDAY, MAY 2. 1911 ' With this number, the Gari.kn Isi.anh appears on the scene in a in uih improved and larger edition. We beg to most : AT HOME g r a t e f u 1 ly ac- AGAIN . knowledge words of sympat h y our numerous friends during our late misfortune, and to assure them of our sincere appreciation. The generosity of the stockhold ers of the ( I A k dkn Island Publish- i ing Co. has enabled us to equip , the new plant with the very latest ! machinery and tyie designs, there- by placing us in a position to execute work as satisfactorily and economically as first-class work can be done in any printing plant : in Hawaii. We-are starting with a very satisfactory adver...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 9 May 1911

T ! i K GARIM-XT .-'l.AXIb T1T.SDAY. MAY 111. o I 1 t 1 ' l Certain ahd Reliable Service Is To De Found In Every Pair o rC &e THE fit. SlfOZ ron MEN Thi9 service is not trit? result rf circumstance. It comes from tne fleleettnn nf fTi l.irili.t rfpnJ.i rn.w.ir..,la lor every part lor the unseen as we as the seen parts. AdJeJ :o this is the work of the most expert shoemakers in ine woriu. wiin every op eration carefully inspected. REV. WAD'-AN 6 CFJHCISED TtP ' 1 1 1 - h hid ' ; "ii i- ( i'I.i-.i v? tVa by Knx..n stibjicts t .w.i 1 1 Service Is Actually Built Into Every Pair. Let Us Prove It To You. NY SHOE Co PORT ALLEN TO L V.'adman over what smfllfflt W- Coyne Furniture Company, Limited Alexander Young Paulding. Honolulu I-URXITVRF; OK ALL DF.SCRIPTIOXS Bureaus, CliiffoiuL-i'. Sideboards, Pox Couches, Mattresses. Pile. ITIIOLSTKRING AND RF.PAilUXG ei to I f his injudicious newspaper Igmal ks. LYMER-TKOMFSGN-VILDER District Magistrate Lv titer lias rescued liis .osition , and l...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 9 May 1911

"7 THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY. MAY 9, 1911 f. t SUPERVISORS MEET Conlinued'frotn page payiiKMit to be in die in monthly sub divisions amount as stated in the thereof lil-rein contained. INCIDENTALS: 1. pro rata i f said schedule ROADS & BRIDGES: N'iihau Wuiinea Koloa Lihue Kawaihau I lanalei 2.90 151.70 32.90 105.80 1048.20 499.11 1840.61 and lid tig seconded by Supervisor Lota, was unanimously carried. Sutu-rvisor Rodriirues moved for Supervisors, Not pro rated $5oo.00 tK. appropriation of the sum of 22, County Attorney, Not pro rated , 800.00 to be paid out of moneys in the Road lax Special Deposit Hind of the Treasury of the County of Kauai, T. II., for wanes of labor, the making, maintaining and re- Auditor, Not pro rated 1500.00 900.00 yoo.no 540.OO 810.00 lioo.oo 150. (Xi 3oo. 30. 690.00 Magis- 100.0(1 County 100 .' HI County Treasurer, Not pro rated 100.00 ; County Clerk, Not pro rated $2no.00 OFFICE RENT. $35.00 per1 month 210.00 FURNITURE & OFFICE SUP-1 PLIES, Not p...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 9 May 1911

THK OARDKN ISLAND. TUKSDAY. MAY , Hit !W aimea Stables I Up-to-date Livery Livery Husincss. LIMITED Draying and Hoarding Stable and Auto- AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA Leaving Lihtie every Monday. Wednesday and Friday. Leaving Kekaha even Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. r ARRIVING AT THKIR DICSTINATION IN TURKIC HOURS W. WEBER Manager. I Telephone 4 VV Waimea P. O. Box 48 I Coney Garage Co., Ltd. J. H. CON ICY, Manager AUTOMOBILICS TO ALL PARTS OK KAUAI DAY OR NIGHT. Telephone 104 Autos and Light Machinery Repaired, l'lutnliing and Gas Kit ting. Automobile Supplies. Agents for the Kissel Kar, Kranklin. Chalmers Detroit. Hudson, Gramm, Logan Truck, and Colt Acetylene Lighting Plant. Agents for the I. I. STICAM NAY. CO.. Ltd.. Nawiliwili, Kauai Kauai TO THE KAUAI PUBLIC I wish to present for your careful consideration the most attractive and best money making oil pro position ever offered to the people of Hawaii. 'Tis true it is a gamble, but a good one. All investmen...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 9 May 1911

i. c' "V'.- '"I Offer sOmDinanon kVo' X )i . lit m 4 4. 4" frfej 1 1:1 Ism 1 a- VR. Glaisyer . V f ( . i1.f:.-..r, t,c..1i.il1 luniii til . , B. tt.U til A&yS.AV ,') , , 'V:i:iljS 5 f 4 v v.v - . Miiue tan mere. m h kitb h t &f-w-:;re.$-sn W 1 iery nasehall team in tnu k.aiinitmettc Association lias not met every other team as yet, enough games have been played to give an interested observer some : mcaoi tne icanis aim in, a way to uazeru a tore cast. The first day of the league' saw Kilauea defeat the K$'A. C. by a mUcVJarge score thflii was antici pated' Lilnie beat Koloa in a Joublc header,- at the Lihue Rroxinds. The last defeat was not surprising to the fans- as Koloa had.been unable to get up her full quota of players and a number of her best are still absent. The sensation of the day was the defeat of the- Makaweli team by tile Kleeles on the formers home gj-ound. This was most remark able, when it is considered that for two consecutive Sundays before, Makaweli had wo...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 16 May 1911

I. ' V- V. 1 ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL 8. NO. 19. LlllUE, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, MAY 16,1911. SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR. 4, v 4 VARIETY EMIGRANTS HANALEI TO BE FREE HONOLULU FIRMS TO JAPANESE WARRIOR PORT ALLEN ADDS MOKIHANA DANCE A TO STOP SAYS FROM WHITE PRESENT CUPS WILL BE UUK AN IMPORTANT GRAND SOCIAL CLARK Governor Carter and Party Return to The City Saturday-Sixty Dollar Gift to Team PLAGUE TO TEAM GUEST MACHINE SUCCESS Waimea Basket Ball Team Give Success- Local Bowler Carries Off New Hat as Prize Sprains Wrist While Playing Tag-Several Mrs. Wm. Stewart-Under The Knife-Ship Most Brilliant Function Eevtr Given .By ful Dance-Bonfire Party -In i -Self Confessed Murderer Is Social Gatherings Mark The Gets Big Sum-Quarantine Is Well Known Club of Lihue Kealia Home Given Help Week's End Now Pau Society Ladies BALL TEAM WILL SMOKE-UP Belt Commissioners Hold Preliminary Meeting-One More White Plague In Hanalei KAL1HIWAI GETS A WHARF; TEACHERS TO BE NAMED AUTO MEN SHIRK D...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 16 May 1911

2 THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. MAY 9. 1911. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued-Ever v Tuesday. Entered at the post office at Lihue, Kauai, as second-class matter. SlBSCKIl'TION R ATI'S 42.50 TKR YKAK, 51.5" I K SIX MONTHS. !N ADVANCE Aivi:ktisin; Ratks, 50 Cknts An Inch 1'i.k Month. E. H. Hkiihikwatkr K. C. HoI'I'KK Editor . Managkk 1 MA 16, 191 Tl'ESDAY, It. of 11. says "Well Wash you. Donors say "You'r ta bu" l.iKhtfoot says to "go-to!" And the people are nil "huhu." Kavai's "Big Four," if rumor is correct, is soon to be rendered 1 asunder. Representative V. J. Sheldon is contem plating taking up his residence in the Kona Die Four plating taking up his : Asunder District shortly, while Representative Geo. H. Huddy j has decided to cast his lot with the inhabitants of the rainv citv. Thk two chief directors of Ha waiian affairs, Governor Frear and Delegate Kuhio, are indulging in a p a s t-t i m e Kuhio Frear which is entirely Tag - Playing u n n e c e s s ary . Thev should not forget that su...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 16 May 1911

TUP. GARDF.N ISLAND. TL'KSDAV, MAY . 16. 1911, yne Furniture Company, Limited Alexander Young J $ m lili nj. Honolulu furni? uuj-: of all descriptions Hurcaus, Chiffoniers, Sideboard Couches, Mattresses. Ktc UPHOLSTKRING AND S. OZAKI WAIMKA Wholesale Liquor Dealer ALSO Complete Line of Oriental Goods .phone No. 102. Branch Wahiaw.l, Telephone No. 7, CRYSTAL WHITE SOAP The kind that helps with the work. Your Grocer has it. H .Hackfeld&Co., Ltd. Dl.NTK I1UT KS SPALDING aseball Goo E'S NEVjp4 HONOLULU MONUMENT WORKS, LTD. , Successors to SHAW & SEVELLE Ye are the only practical firm in the Islands today, strictly in the monument business. Ye do all our work with pneumatic tools, driven by compressed air, and the saving in labor we give to our customers in the reduced price of monuments sold. We give any class of lettering, Y Sunk or raised, but recommend raised letters as more artistic. We sell monuments at San Fran cisco prices, andas a further inducement to pnYchase from us, ...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 16 May 1911

THK GARDEN ISLAND. 'iVKSIUY. MAV 16, 1911 Business Locals A Challenge From Honolulu B. 1'. Khiers & Co., are sole agents for the Holeproof Hose. Guaranteed for six months. Six pair to the box. The Territorial Messenger Ser vice will take pleasure in doing pcar sirv your ouying ior you anu guaran tees safe and satisfactory serxice. Let them do your shopping. Hono lulu, Union & Hotel Streets. We always carry a full stock of Honolulu, May 2nd. 1911. To Kauai Athletic Association, Lihue, Kauai. With regret for not knowing the proper person to address this com munication, I on lehalf of the Aala Baseball Team, do heicby B ENO & WELDON just what you need in that office, challenge all KAl'AI TKAM, to a Office Supply Company Ltd. Ho- game of baseball to be held in ,,olulu- Lihue on July 1st., 2nd., and If it is comfort and safety you the 4th. watit in a car, vou will find a com bination of both in the cars from the Coney Garage. Reliable service marks the po pularity of the Pack...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 16 May 1911

THi: GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, MAY 16, . 1 J I I Waimea Stables! LIMITED . j Up-to-date I,i very, Draying and Hoarding Stable and Auto- Liver v Business, t AUTOMOBILE STAGE-LINE I BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA j Leaving Liliue every Monday, Wednesday and Kridiy. I Leaving Kekhha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday. ARRIVING AT Til KIR DKSTINATION IN THREE HOURS I W. WEBER Manager. Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48 F. A. Knudsen Is Kawaihau Team In Booster Class Files A Protest I www mm Coney Garage Co., Ltd. J. II. CON ICY, Manager AUTOMOHILKS T(l ALL PARTS OK KAUAI DAY OR NIGHT. Telephone 104 Autos and Light Machinery Repaired, l'luniliing and (ias Kit ting. Automobile Supplies. Agents for the Kissel Kar, Franklin, Chalmers Detroit, Hudson, (iranim, Logan Truck, and Colt Acetylene Lighting Plant. Agents for the I. I. STKAM NAY. CO., Ltd.. Nawiliwili, Kauai Nawiliwili, Kauai I Victor Talking Machines The FIBRE NEEDLE The Fibre Needle is a new inven tion which permits the running of many r...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 16 May 1911

THK GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, MAY 16, 1911. ' Sporting News By A. R. The unniversul feature of last Sunday's games was the good um piring. Dick Oliver at Kapaa, Weldon of the Beno-Weldon troupe ' now at Lihue and Hopper and Jardin and Akana at Koloa giving great satisfaction, and no kicks registered at anyof the grounds. Attendance was very good and the rooters were out in full blast. It is too bad that at some of the grounds receipts must be taken up' by collection as the crowds warrant bigger money. However when every body under-' stands the financial proposition they will come across with a dime apiece any way to help out on the expen ses. The great point is we are having good clean sport, the games arc conducted in an orderly man ner, and everv bodv ir talking base ball. j ' 1 Some unexpected changes took l'lace in the percentage column and it is not so much a runaway list now. Next Sunday will be a good one. 1 There will be a double-header at Makaweli, between the "Blues" and the...

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