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T1IK OARDFX ISLAND. TFF.snAY, MAY ."mi.
Tl IE GARDEN ISLAND
TFFSDAV. MAY ,. I'M 1
issued F. try Tuesday.
KiiUivd t tin. post in' at
Filnie. Kauai, as second class
SrilSCKII'TU-N Raths 2. i'V.k
Yli K. 51.5 ) 1M' SI M : nis
'. N ADVANCF
Advi ktisini; U.vn-s. 5 Cknt.
An Inch Vv.h Muntii.
Front Page Advertising
Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch
j Tile death last Thursday of $
j Mis. Marv Sophia Ihde Rice, fe
R ! .v in.1 '. known anions the fi
i It lilllil.ll 11 VI i.
K Mother Rice o f h e r
c i. ;. ,, ,i ..
H Has t lie mis and pj t
y I aseu Away admirers m
Ej this Tcrri
torv as "Mother Rice." takes
j awav from u-a rare character,
Ki f a -1
t.ii.ip that i- seldom met f
(Ml this all too selfish H
M othe r R i 0 e w as a
woman without an ciicniv in
the world . and this was true,
not because of a loo pliant
and vacill ilin disposition, as
I with many who arc not stroll;:'
cUOUU'll even to have cllcl'.lles,
because .-he was an cmr- t
-etic and forceful woman who h
would not hesitate to put her g
toot down and say no
whenever her conscience told
her "no" w as iil cessarv . but
i i . i 1 1 : . i. .. .. "z
combined wit m tins her .eeii-
tleuess of spirit and el'.arm of
nianner. together with her u
wisdom and feminine ituui- h
lion lar transcend iiu: a wo
man's ordina'v birthright,
made her invincible at win
nin;: friend-. And once a
person became her friend,
that person was her friend
foi ew r.
Mother Rice's life was the
ideal lite of a true missionary.
I'orn nearly miictv five years
ae,o. of pan-ills who had
established a successful mis
sion anion;: the Seneca In
dians near the present site of
buffalo, in the western por
tion of New York State, her
callv life was accustomed to
the ri;;or- and hardships of
the pioneers. Married in 1S-
g -h i to lr. Win. Harrison Rice
of Hannibal. New York, a
v iiun.v: man who had made tea
ching his life work, thev de
cided that the little under
stood Sandwich Islands, a
home of a stroll'.;' race of I'oly-lle-i
ins who Wel'e i ve il over
to avae.i-rv but who possi -s
ed the instinct- of a noble
people. extended a Call to
So in is in, in obedience to
this summons, they set sail
from Most on with a small com
pany of other devoted men and
women, and after the lon
vovaec, the events of which
are recounted more at length
in another column, thev were
greeted in Honolulu by a de
voted band of missionaries
who had proceeded them.
'l'lii-ir 111 -1 thiee y ars be
in;. - --nt amone. Tie aborii
ll al I iawaiians of Maui . thev
wer call, d from thel'e to the
11 wiv e -' al .' !-hed -ciniol for
. children of the liiissio i.n ii -w
hich VVa-' a ea! -d a! l';i.iah( U .
where lllev spent tell e irs in
helping to instill the princi
ples of Christian conduct in
1 he d. s( -end. ints of ihcmissiu
naries. whose later live- have
testified to the value of the t'-a
chillis the-v received.
Mother Rice's life hep- has
bee n since the de.itll of lu I
husband forty -eiht v ear- ae.o
He of U'ic.am))led devotion
to the c aiise of the Hawaiian
race, and the eountlc-s nnni
1" r- of iu-tanct-s of her mi
(ir'.tii; in-tiuct in workir.j for
tl" ;r bi ttirnieiit is uuev.imp
h ! in the hi-tor.v of the mis
sa .narv ai ti vit ie-s in these
Island-. 1 b-r life will a'wav s
n be a ;'.ii.l,ii- star for th
U who desiie the best fl
V tor t.'a- l l iw an.iu race and tor
H the Territory of 1 lawa.ii .
Til I V have a st ,, :ne .ill fi h i
I i 'W a i to increa-i t la- count v
e'iiie bv i-Niiin;.: mure bijuor bee
Se-.tin-.: fire to tli. ho'v e
- lilt- lie!;
it ol v. isdom
I' 1 Ka'll!
the ht aitli ins).e( t. ,r
l'.t ti! -t lonsidi ration
' :!:f( atioll.
'I'm: (iarden Island, Kauai's
cntct pi isimr weekly, is a;,'aiu -willi
us. like Phoenix, risen bom. the
ashes In its new form-, t hat
paper is certainly a credit ti Kauai
fa oicd Kauai. I ). Frso.
Tin; publishers if The (i.ude-n
Isl. mil deserve ;ill the support Ka
uaians can kivv thitn, in view of
the way in which thee have im
proved the Kauai publication in
the lace of file and other setbacks.
The Oarden Island, as it now
appears, is a creditable sheet, new
sy ancl well printed. Adv.
So far, the inform aiioii obt.,111-
concerning the win k of the
mav It e
round t .
hart 1 ax coiiiniitice
re a evented with a b:',
So far. the information obtained
coin-el iiinn the desire of the people
on tile I'edeial buildillf site,
irouuh I h e Morning liladder's
v -ote-.m '.tin.-; sell' in .-, may be rep
resented by the disgruntled atti
tude of its wise ( ? I editor.
As the mosquito catn;iai:-',Il IS oil
in earnest it may be timely useful
ot our readers just at the bci.dnninn
of wai m weather to re
Danger mind tl'.em that they
Fiom can pretty w ell Kel ' id ol
Flies tlie-e dangerous pests
disinfect ami stain
u.r places, by the
il the.v bej,in early to
i out their breed -use
tion - which ale easily obtained al
dm.': ' -lores. The expeii-e is small .
t . ' . O 1 i 1 ... I I 1 . . .
ll is now nc n i io ii i n.t l i ue
common house flv is the worst pro-
pu.iior of disease bo' 1; infectious
:uu eont.;eiou-. we have. It is
recently that its
became known. Il not
a I'M thrives on llilli and
disease ;;eTins, but these are prac
tically essential to its normal ex
istence. This beinw the case, it spreads
these deadlv eeims upon whatever
it touches or wherever it crawls.
It curies them upon its feet to the
next whereon it aliulU. ;""l ;n,.v
so-called "fly speck" is liable to be
exposed to typhoid fever, and the
pests spread oilier diseases with al
most iipial fertility.
(If course we cannot very well
rid his premises of flies when a
neiu'lil'"'' supplies hrccdiiiK places
for them, and this is a phase of the
'matter that should also have con
sideration. I'.ul induce your neigh
bor to join with vou in this com
paratively easy war of extermina
tion. Il will pay him as well il
will yon, and he will not refuse if
he understands the danger a n d
appreciates the ease of obliterating
the pesls. liy working to;;elht r,
the time and cost may be very
much reduced and the work mole
y not until
5$ onlv liv e:
In this connection of combined he had been appointed as a niein
rather than individual effort, have Hie factiltv of the summer
vou, as a reader of this publication,
ever fully appreciated how much
can be done bv those who live as
near neighbors by w oi kii'K thus to
tether? Your interests are identical
in most respects, a ni I in the case
of everything that encompasses the
home or business, combined effort
divides up the cost and time accord
in:; to the number eUa.U'ed in it.
Prohibition Is A Farce
ecllall:,e eo mill- 1 1 1 i tie; on
t ion in the s; de of ( b oi ia .
a.s follow-: " 1 li:-t h. limine hi-
-t i t jut following' live aeipiittals
of saioonists (har.e.ed with rel.ii!in;4
liquor. Judee Henry C. Hammond
of the superior court, cominentin'''
from the bench, ple-ellted facts
tending to show that despite the
ii! oliil'ition 1-e.v in (ieoryia. the
nt li jtlor, the state li
cell .-i.-s t !k- de ale i's, iiirors i!iselo
coiivii t. and heiKe the rohibi!ion
law of the slate is a farce and a
Favor The Water Front
t Special to the (lard-ell I-l.lUd )
HdMd.ri.r. Mav 2S. The Hon
olulu Clamber of Collilllt lee
f.-. vol's lot at::!,' the n. v solda-is
barraei..-. mi the A: in '.ion-: vi
I W it- r !'i on' .
No fewer than twenty teachers
on the mainland wrote to Snperin-
Undent of Public Instruction Y.
T. l'ope, by the last mail, making .
application for p silions on the
It appears that scores of
pedaoues there would like to
eiillli- 111 Ilaw-llt to ii'rii'll till viifttlli-
i , . ,
idea how to shoot . -
Fnlcss the applicants make up
their minds to come here ami take
Im-ir chances witiK. ut beiiiK I'romis-
ed jolts the Territory is not likely ;
to make use of tkfir services, no
mal U r how v ahiah'e they may lie.
"We are not drawing teachers
fi om aw av to amount to anything,"
said Mr. l'ope. "KiioiikIi of them
oille down here jllsl to look arolllld
and see the lie-Id. Moreover, about
thirty will be tinned out at the nor
mal school this year a n d local
teach e r s a r e encouraged , o f
The department has received ex
pressions of opinion from most of
the public school teaehc-r.- of the
Territory ill lefdelice to the pro
posed cl.anec 1.1 the school tel Ills
so as to avoid ho.dm school dur
iuu much of the warm weather.
The matter was taken up at the
April niecliu;; of the commission
ers of public instruction and it was
decided that, for the best interest
ed' both pupils and teachers the
terms for the next school year, 1 v 1 1
12, be arranged as follows:
Fall tellll, thirteen Weeks, Sep
tember IS to December 15.
Winter term, fourteen we-, ks.
January ' to April 5.
Spring term, eleven weeks, April
15 to June 'S.
This year the school year will
end on J line -M. It 'fill start attain
on September IS, and circulars tell
ing of the time are to be sent out
to the teachers so that thev call
make their plans. The dates of
the fall term will particularly in-tele-st
In view of the fact that the de
partnicut is now receiving a 1
mil. liter ol pamphlets Irom various
schools and institutions on the
mainland, dealin., with all sorts of
activities alon school lines,
Superintendent l'ope has installed
a set of lilin cases so that the doc
uments will be readilv available
to teachers and to members of the
public who mav be interested.
College Man To Coast
III. UK 1- l.l'.V . Mav N. l'.'of. F.ed
I.. Charles, who committed suicide
at his home in 1'rbnna, 111., was
well known on the campus of the
I'niv ciii..v jf California, to w hich
session this year. lie w..s to have
Kivcn in.-truction work in the agri
cultural department on nature
study, of which he was an autho
rity. He choked himself to death yes
terday, leavin;: a note to Ins wife,
which read: "I have made a fail
lire of life. l'le.'se look over what
I hav e done.' '
1'rof. F. '.. I'.abeoak of the a-ri
cultural department, who during
a trip ca-t stopped at the bom- of
I'lofes-.i ir Charl.s and assis:e-l l.iui
on an ed.it ion ol the Nature Studv
Review, declared that he was not
su prised over the act of the s.svant.
"I was not alto.e.i the-r surprised
at the death of Professor Charles
when I read of his suicide thi
morning. While I was a KUc-l at
his home- last year lie- t omplaiiied
of j'ains in hi- head, and I w i-h I
ll.tii meed mill to i.iko a u-.ive ol
Shortly before his death I'rofi-s
-.i r Carles resigned from the- fa. i:l
tV of ihe- suinm. r se ssiou. a'idl.is
Jilae'e will betaken bv l'l'of. 'ali:',
hail McCall;hey of the College of
I lawaii .
1'rof. 1". C. H e kel" of the philo
sophy dep..!'1. im nt ktK'.v the (had
professor Well. "He Was il line
voitne man, and had a brilliant In
i tnr in I'm. him." -.aid li e':, v. i
a in "ii r-. lo l ai n of !,i , i , ' '
Honolulu, May -'Mil, l'jll
The Fiisi. Trust Co.
,,f 1 1 . Ltd.
The present suijar sto, k mar
ki t has ruled apathetic throughout
the week with tradin
llw. 1 if 1 1 .1 1 1 -1 1 wcni. rill
' ,.f .,,,11
There seems to he a 1: ck of avail-
.a, flmis f,- investing and a desire
to t,y sparingly. This condition
js nf cnuvsi. of periodical occurrence
au slock exclian.u -. and ill..-
tendency of the mai ket burin.,
times is usuallv toward a y:
shrinking in values. At lh
present time this is noiici-able in
1 '.u a. vv hich chan;;e-d hand:-, today
at .iJ. while the last previous
was made at M lah'.i
recenilv at .so .- al.d today a
transaction was made at Mi
The price of Raw Su.nr h is re-
in. lined nearly stationary for several
weeks; consequently, the mat ket
has benefited from the ull d sp.au
, ,h;ll f,,,,,
an v chanee ill
ll:e piii.e of this commodity.
Two transactions in Hawaiian
A.vricuStun'.l slock on basis of
;"'Stuiii per sh.ate deserve mention
for the last previous sale was made
al sj.io.oo. The increase is due to
llle larger acreage to be harvested,
assuring a considerable increase in
lonna;;e over last year.
The market closed as follows: -
I'.wa .il 5-4 bid for a small lot,
w iili offerin.es ,u
( .:lui 5n bid, ,v) 1 -4 asked.
N. C. ec S. Co. i.s ,i-4 asked with
Waialua is steady at 1 l.i l-' bid:
l'ioneei' 2i i.i b
Olaa 4 .i ,s bid; 4 5-S ask. '.Land
Mdlryde (. 1-1 bid; 6 5- I ashed.
Tkknt Tki st Co. Iiit.
Richmond Case Again
(Special to the ( lardcli Island)
lb t.x n.ii. r. May. 27. A petition
to change the report of the Federal
jury in the Richmond case, was
filed ye-sierday. I'reckons says it
is not within h i s province, to
chanee the rcnou as the iurv is
scattered. It may n it be done at
certainly not until the jury is
Asks For TriEl
( Special to the ( hirdeli Island)
Ibf.ni.t i.f, Mav 25. Snyder.,
llle accused oiiuiu sinu,u;'ler re
quests that he be .e,ivcn a quiek
trial. llreckous wants him to take
his turn. The case has been set
for an early trial by Cleinons.
Demijohns Found Light
An examination of the K mijohns
in Honolulu supposed to be filled
with firewater has brought out the
fact that hundreds were found to
contain a shortage of eiht ounces.
Many of them will be returned to
the makers on the coast.
Al (from) -..Siinjlc i. if In.i (..(,
ill!. I In-. ill 5i-.li. .ii, U,t! annular f.-.ll
Ax!.- (,,.ar)-I nil il
n.4 tyi', hf.it-i-aijt'
Ijiill bi--JI:lls l.t-dM.-i.-.s.
Br.Ui?--c.initihi-lii: Ld!icl tin (l(i.-e
sl-.alt, 7-tncli iiiuml( r, i-iiu lt lat e. Iit-li-riial
cvjidiijiio on rt-r wiiecl--, H-nuh
d iiinlf-i, 2-n. elt laec. Ml LiidL& duul.le
Bo;ti'inKf--f-till lytc annular !all
ticjraivis thrmlf-iiilt iniiriin v'tt'l silci-l
lyK; annular I. til lie.iriii;'' in ti anMiitiion 'u
C;rSur-ft-j'--l l-.--J, aulai.iol.ile- lv;,i-
Cl;;.irn-.i(fc--1 '1 iih Vs.
CI'jlc,a--V.ut;.p!-j u tuni.ii-x in ml.
Coloi-i.-C llusMs iiii.l iin.l -i i.,n!v lila.k ti
at 'li-ii Vnii.!i"i.. .N.ipu-r eiii i-ii or Oi.ililn
Dove B.ncl i .it, two uiuv.-r.-ul Juii-U.
Frame --Pe- 4 ?!!!. i-'. inn. l -. .ioii.
Gfitr Iivlii- sia-i In. I I i 4 In I.
h;i.ilitm--lai li M.lohf-;'i.
Lu'iricrttion--C'n1i5laiii U-;.-l j.la'lt y l -
Siil I' 'in da li.
lion ? iioer--2f -'a).
M -jt oc--I n-jr ev!in ii-i , Hi in Llut; 4
kilii--l.'l:i.i-l al .jui-k 1.1.. ItdLI.!.
( Special to the ( i.iVik-ll I -land )
IIoN'M.ri r. May .'7. Moore, nia
tine, who attempted sometime a;.o
to j,'et away on a Sampan, mad.'
an at! e in j -t last nitflil I i make a
, aav on the Zclandi l. lf.it v:is
held up lv officers and a hand to
hand l'i-a.t took line, wilh tin-
:oliei-. one ol wllom. v lur, su irk
moo re llor.i uie-rcai won a om.
,. ,. t l ,.
Carter was remonstrated with bv
mcinlx rs of Sh" fl'icld Choir. Car-
U-r assaulted him l.it T and is said
struck Moore while the
in i I'.slody of : !Ti'-l i - .
B. of H. Faces Deficit
to the ('.aide!! I
..ii t M .,- ' -. Tl-... '!
dth i:; fa inv, a de lit
some w a
1 the (lovcn-or to foi'
out of the- di IliCUit .
Prc-iainest 01! Man Here
J. (). I.utt.-d. the I.akt view ( )il
man. came over on Wednesday's
Kinau. for the purpose of iu'.ert-i-
j,, r jan lins in onecf w'.ii. h i- 1011-
ci-ded to be the best 1 -a . i lie : 1 1 'l'o
positions li-te-d. He will lemain
on the island two or three wicks,
making his hcad.'piarte-t-s chiefly al
the Hotel l-'airv ie-w.
Passe l.evrs arriving b- the HaU
Saturday. May Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Kinney, Mrs. J. Wri;:";it,
A. S. Wilcox, Mrs. F. Weber. Mr.
and Mrs. J. I). Hill-. F. I.oyeil.
Miss llaekiiir.th. (Ico. bertram.
R. Myers. F. dibson, A. I!. Howes,
Ceo. II. Fairchild. Rev. .1. K.
'-- ;'t.-;-s Jp-wf ; ,-V'.!4'5
one of our Lest
Uncle Sam is the most
particular bunder we
know of. When he
put:, his stamp of ap
you arc safe
in using it
for any class cf build
ings. Write for descriptive
matter and samples.
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lUiildin-: site matter is in the air,
as llodiii.y: can be done difiiiete y
as lony a.-, the e oiide million sunt
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