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C.ARDl.X !SI,.n. TrKSDAY. 1VSV, 1.V 1011,
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY, ,11 XL 1-V PM1 j
Entered ut the post office at i iatc icinitv of such homesteads.
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class I is deal iy indicative of disci iir.ina-
matter. ition. The (.akih-x Island is a
recognized comity organ, and as
SrnsCRti'Tiox Ratks $2.50 vkk suci, is entitled to consideration in
YKAR. S1.5. 1! six months 'the matter of ad ei tisin;.. the lionie-
IN ADVANCE ; stead lands as well as all other K-
Am-KHTISINC. RATKS. SO Ci-NTsjjral matters pertaining to Kauai
Ax Inch Vkk Month. , County transactions.
I Nine-tenths of the cngli.sh speak-
Front Page AdvertisingiiW people on Kauai are suhscri-
Kates jJ.UU ret square inert
K. H. Rkidh i:vat i:k Kditok
K. C. IIoi'l-l-K MANViUiK
" "" l" I"
i.,.; r.. i,,. ...,,.
than one "Nation" will mourn tin j
loss of Carrie Nation. j
Prof C. O. .Smith returns to
the principrdship of the Kealia
Kapaa s c h o o 1 after a year
experience as supervising pi
of schools, during which time he
has been successful in establishing
a foundation for a school system
which prior to his appointment, was
painfully lacking. Mr. .Smith will
be assisted bv Mr. Simpson.
"TilK (iarden Island, h-11!
What do I see here but cane and
rice, and rice and cane! Yet you
call it the Garden Island. I am
disappointed! ! Disgusted !??!?
You're too modern." Tourist al
the Fairview Hotel.
It strikes us that an official
"fool killer" is bndlv needed.
Tun resignation of Mr. and Mis.
J. U. Alexander from the I.ihue
School, will create a vacancy in
society which will be difficult to
fill. The many friends of l'rof.
and Mrs. Alexander will miss the
classical entertainments w hich this
talented couple so frequently jjive.
Tin; appointment of II. II.
Brodie as Supervising Principal foi
Kauai Schools, meets w ith the ap
proval of the teaching staff us well
as all who realize the meaning of
merit and well deserved promotion.
Mr. Brodie's school is, and has
always been, one of the too few
schools, shorn of frills and fancy
stunts and the wisdom of such a
course is the result obtained.
Congratulations are in order for
the Board of Education in it's
choice, and to the teachers ot
Kauai in having a man of Mr. Bro
die's stamp to aid them in their
WiC are in receipt of additional
sections of the topographical map
of Kauai. A complete map of the
island is expected soon. The sec
tions are very accurate, to the finest
detail, and are the work of the 1'.
S. and the territory jointly, being
connected with the Department
of Public works. These sections
as well as blue prints of Kauai j A request ( P. 5s 1 ) from Father
Homestead lauds are on display in j,,,,, Stephens of Kapaia. for pel -the
Gakii:n Island office. I mission to give religious insu ue-
: lions in the public schools, p,
"Ol-' the various counties of Ha- 1 children, after class times, was
waii, Kauai has the best roads, ; duly received, and in view of a
the best board of supervisors, the ! prev ious ruling of the Department
best aiul cleanest police aelministra- of Public Instruction, the request
tion, the best legislators, with the i was denied.
best results, and we want schools, Thcrcpoit ( p 5.S2 ) of the- Counl
of the same stamp. " J'.xtract from Road Supc i visi a for the mo:iih ol
a letter received from a prominent May last, was du', lee'ehed and
local educator. oidele-d phieed on lile. Ti'.is I'e-
r- -" ' port is iii substance as !ollo,,s:
IvSTAIH.ISIlIN'u Industrial schools Road Work: Waime.l District:
marks another step in the right di- Work in pi paaalion for new brii'i,. e
rectiou. Let us hope that those be- it Hau. iepe was siarted: a Uai
hind the move will have backbone porary brielge was built of the o.d
to carrv out the plan and not allow whai f lumber, the pile driver ami
themselves to become containina- pump are now in position and in
ted with the "site-shifting" ele- working order: considerable wor
incut. ; was done at the qu nry.
. ., zrz .. 'phe sloile W all along H.c.laj epe
Tin; Board of Education is now grade is being ip..iied in a .uu
awakening to the feillv of forcing a .-laulial m. inner, also the wall along
program on the rural school teach- Wuhiaua grade.
er, regardless of conditions anel eir- Koloa District: Reeia l!:!,; l.e
cunistalices, and is making eiule-a- twee :i I,.,w ai and Koloa w a. be .i;n
vors to allow suggestions for "suit- with wlic-l scrapers, i'..ir p.iogivss
able program for rural schools." being made-. Ail ier.u!:ng along
One of the first acts of the new su- the Hew road t'uoii.,ii Kolo.i gap
pervising principal w ill jrobal.ly le was liuished. Mac.ui.im :: ag on
the arranging of such a program. the new gap road began M..y '.
since which time 75' ft. n in.ie..
W'l. are positive that the recent dam v..s laid; the work was e:
charges of graft in connection w ith
the adininistratioti of the affairs of
tin - Department -f Public nrks
tact that the -de pat tine ill favors one
i ml 1 it-.i t ii 'ii in advertising it's sale-
of llomeste ad lots, absolutclv ie.nor
J in.LT papers published in the iiniiK d
oers to tueviVUin'N Island, winle
comparatively few m.d the paper
which is given Itih prtfernce
in advertising our Kauai home-
steads, with the result that the
date of sale w ill lii'.d but few local
If this is a move upon the part o
ihe department to confu.se the plus-
, i,.... 1. .- o -I,:,-...
., C(),nL. wi,;dl will accomplish itV
aiin most admirably. The eople
of Kauai are entitled to coiisideta-
tion and thev will get il to. ;
Continued from page 1 .
County Auditor's statement of tx- !
peiiscs to May .ilst. nil. IKNii.
-)) were duly received and referred
to Hie Standing Committee f ir re ,
i)orl- ' :
I'pon a xrl;al request I r o m '
County Sheriff Rice aided by a
motion from Supervisor Gav see- '
onded bv Supervisor I.ota. the sail.
, ,, .
ol 1 wo 1 1 uiiilred Dollars t o! !.i 'i i 1 I
was duly appro)ri;'.ud bv a un.uii-j
motis vote as Additional Appro-1
priations for the period endin;
i !,i. mil ...... ii... f..i 1
, 1 L 1 1 JlOls. ,'l'Lll, I ' I J , ILM lils . ' I
lowing purposes, vi.:
Coroner's Inquest 5i).oo
District Pounds 50. nu
Expenses of Wit
nesses pio. ni I Ji :o.m.
A reiplest P579) signed by Mr.
0. II. Wilcox, Manager of tlx
Koloa Sugar Co.. for a monthly !
-iil.tiiK- df T'it'ti- Miill o-s (e,s,i ..mi ,
in aid ot llic Kolna 1 Iospital vl.:ch .
,vill be opened for business ot.;,,; y. y rn
August 1st. next, was received am':; jj,s Jr;n,, l;i. Mi,'s i.idaii:.
the request was uuanimousl . Akii.a . M:- (',.,! na.'e ib-'gae
rr:nllL,l " I Mi iv-.iti. won:.-. .
a request (p 5SH) fro,,, Countv i
iieasuiei leice ioi an .. qa opi ki-
lions of Two Hundred and Fifiv j
Dollars $'5tUMi for the .rinting
of License Books, etc. etc. was :
d it 1 y received and the request !
granted by a unanimous vote.
Al ll:.Vi o'clock a. m. a ivcess
was taken until J:mi o'clock . in.
At J:OU o'clock p. in. the lioaro
again resumed its meeting.
A communication addicsed to
the Board and dated May l'thlast.
from Mr. Wiilis T. Pope, Super
intendent of Public Instruction,
announcing the readiness of his
Department to co-operate iih the
proper authorities here ill the plans
for the public school system, was
received and ordered placed on
(l l.aeic iiv (l..ii r.i:i;s.
Continued on page .
The appointment of l.a-.k.i-
for Kauai was made kmn.h
d.iv. Si:.ving i;un.vi mi ri.ig, s.
Cnl ), l-giidi, form, r m:; e:-.i'm.
urine': p.: I of the' isL.rd. ixVu-w -f
cd in that c.pae'-;. he II. il. i ;.-
die. principal of H.in.'io pv sJn.o!.
The list of appointnu m- to tb
various seho .'.s a. id iiuud i s of
pupiis ill the school s an as fo'doy, :
II. li. r.roiiie. snper ising H'in-
cinal. Island of Kauai.
I lae na. 4a Pupih-
Mrs. L. M.ic-
Ilan.i'.ei, 1 1 Pupils Miss f;;;v
p. awhile. Mrs. . .i.i. Miss
Florence Deeci ill .
i;ilauea. ! J. 1
s. phine CiiamU rla'iie. 'Mrs. ii P
M JI...1.. , ::.. .
Mr'. K. Yaiaeglr.r ' . "
Kooiait. ,'ji Pupils Mr. M.ie-
An. sly. Mrs. MacAmdv.
Anaiiola. U Pupils Mi.-s C ; -
Kap.i.i. .Vv p. ).,;.. ,, i ..
Smith. II. S. ;-.'.!. -on. Ml-,- P..
ili:::,i'.( ;. . Ml , .,: v M. V.'-aeg
M i s. i.oid p. : ,;v!('' u. Mis
Alice Harp r, M-s M . . . : F:d 'y.
V l.ss l HI i 11'! ..:!!!. . i s S .i.ll
Akco, Mi , rah Valt.r.
Ilanai.i.n.hi. is.? Pupil- Mrs. K.
lS.P.nd. cow r. Mis;( .: .:. , C.:..:y.r.
v!:i-' 1AV- x:'':, ''
i.ihue. .vo Miss ;. a.
Mum ford. Miss r.an:i.;l: f h.-blon.
Miss l!a',sy She! Ion. Mi- ?d. V.''.:-.
'v!rs- H- Wedem-.-.w-r. aFss Lottie
( "; ' A-
1 loap.u. t. h:u km A aiou.i.
j., , jU v ..j;
Koloa. I'r; i'. J. ; Jp..si;.
-' Jiioim.a ' . '.o. ..hs. K..-..r.;,
s','iii:i. Mrs. IK-:ry !'.'.!..., :.ii .:
, . . . .
.P.'. ! laoiil, Mi.-.s AngvlKie S:.va, ?
Miss Annie Chi e .
' 1 lam pepc. ,i 1 rupi's ? lis. ,
i I.. Arais. Mi M.
astie. Miss M
ons. Mr,, n :i. -.n.d.je
M i!:aw eh. 1 a I 1'aia.- M 1 .-. ! ,t'a
i.ee. Mi- Marbua i.ee. V:,:.
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i i i"ti,v , ; , i . 1 1 i ; ! i.'Wt.i!, . i 1 ' .
Mo. a head. .:iss J!. .!eii.lvl
Mum, I l i'upi'.s i. . .
Niiii.iu, ,5 i'luds lClw.nd Ka-
of inakiiid lV.iarj Alices al- fi
R 1 :.. I: -1 .1 : E
Blows iiiuiviuii..! liu'.it.i. ii lei
i l- i
cash pair. L.vcry pair el
Stays on tnc last j at least one
rr.ontli p'r.ict.ini'.-i !-it;;r-r.
lliis n . u re : f.o r r. l :i n e : . t sSr.po.
Exanuc.c e.i;fu!!v .nv j-;:'t
of a Pa4.arJ SY.nc' NJ(j ;',
pt'rf.'etion of wrii'(.ii-:i!i. i,
'i'lisiv is the fir..! po.tii!.-coii-tri:tu,ii
liy I ho ?.
inobt exrort uoi!- :-v"y
men iir.J luat niLgi'j
service ... :f .
built it. to
V - '
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LET US SHOY YOU 3 )
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fi.'ut,9..j..5,'iatr.i. JL- a
!:: : rd
. .. of t';.- ;..!.,...!
1 i.' P.- ! : . due t
ti. I .i;c . .
l .ie I'll. ..e
are ::ig a '
it hi ing ii gu
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THE HIGH IDEALS OF 70 YEARS
TAKE DEFINITE FORM IN THE
finest nvc'vc ever akecl you to look al
d that'rj cay a i'veat clci!.
1 here's iiot: break in ihe chain of shaoes
ana cunen?ions covering a range so vide
ihat no man can say: "you haven't jad
what I Wa:icd.:'
K-.cx Ss.ii i Li.-., is.co
lin vi 3Jr I lab, $3.00
Knox SiLc Ha:?, $3.00
, " j. J ' ! S
line i ime
V;hen the porch becomes virtually a living
room duflhu, the warm
OiiLtCcs couhl among
H i TfVf PAPf O Q? A FmCC 'I
U J A XJiLl JL tjL AjSiJ 3L,i.J
?1 ,i. - f. , !, .(..,. 1 . M f 1 . K
: liiOil satiiacLOiily izc iae proolem. or let-
3 tin cooi breezes in
AM . . " .
hglr. ana gaze or passers-by out.
:4 i Ii3y are made from 7-8 in. wide wood
Ii slats, bouna together every four inches by
I an extra hard wear-resisting twine. They
si vv'iil not curl or warp,
'i .. .. 1 .i.
'I iiey e.giiv in green finish and
-! Feet O 1-Vel
riopp iz Co.
sts a u.-j.-.v) o a&f.ttuj o vjr,?.Tn
Ailraciiye Display of
P ' -'
1 in V. h.'s
. i' 'i '. u.v-'i vt.'.!...-
: 'i.: i .1 igack , n ivy. grey :r 1 ta 1
''t '''-' ;'.e Cu'.s. I.ri.a i)iL.r.s, Crav.-
i i " . ' : I o I s
vl: .;' Cag lre.i's and Miss.-' 1 )iv -s and I'nder-
1 : '. ' i ;
oeiiisior the iviemo,
and Hogarth Front-Lacing Corsets
I .. :
i -iwi s A j rn.t,i
..'g.-.e::'. t .. a ,:
, v . . . . ,.,
' ' ' ' ' '"
our inii ,1 pa .t ti me.
'V. ' 3 ''."I
I ?- A
irr , "Jl '9 ffr Tf ! i
summer days. Porch 1
, 1 Er
tile necessities rather
and keeping direct sun-
and will outwear any
; . J
the following- sizes and prices:
t5 B a
jit2 c nsuii asmvr.'fcj s
i'.-u', ir 1 ..n 1 I.ai.ai Di
- S-- with hair strip.-.
:"' jood- S, at
Mr. E. S.aith an ! Mi-., M.,rion
! Ia'.:e of Maka .veii t ad; d inner at
1. 1- I i -1 Fairc.cw- San dav.
112 Ganblslaial $2.59
Bishop & Co
lb ui.t i.e. lin.o. Waimka
Trail-.;cts a General 15ak:i!nr;
; :'d Kv:ebal!ge 111. sit .: s
Commi rcial and Tra . let s'
Ia ill Is "1 Cled.it issued .,vail-
a' li. in ail principal cities oi
InU re.-.t allowed al the rate
of 4 i -1 per cent per annum
oil Savings linn deposits.
I;;U r -t "aid on Time De
posits at ihe iM'it w ing rates:
.i M'.nil'.s pe r cent
P: r i'r.v.um.
d Months ." 1--' i.er
c- r.l -i r ari 'ia'..
1.' M. nths i ereenl
Ail business entrusted by
customers on t ther islands
nc'Mves cue f nl and prompt
atu allien .
IL F. Vii HMAN & C0.sLd.
Kyki: v: n ix Tin-
SllA l'.K AM) (hil.I) I.IM-,
KiCit Ct'T Ol.ASS AND
A !.T ( h. ( ,I)S.
Ml Ue'lIAM 'IsK (!!' 'JiiiC
Plgs p (J At.ITV (NI.V.
I.i'Ai in.; Ji:vi-:i.kks
P. ( ). Pox ,U' ouohihi
TKE DAM OF HAWAII,
I. mi i:, Kapai, Hawaii
Deposits are ivceivcd sui.jicl
lorheek. Ceili!icates of de
posit isSlKd jiayab'e on de
ni,,i: '. Loans made on ap
Dkai'is Drawn nx
an I'raiiciseo Ilirlin
New York I long Kong
Savin.;.. I i:i aktmknt
late rest paid on Savings !)?
posits. 4 ;,cr Clllt llU ordi
nary and 4 percent oil Term
Deposit, (jrdiimry Saings
Deposits will be received up to
?J,"oo in any one account.
S.mi: P-i:i'iisrr P.i:s inn
Ki.xt J and A YlCAK
Ladies', and gent's clothes
and glows el.gned on short
''oiiee. Deing of l-Vefy de-
LLr.tl c; tiers riven special
Id-' Heretaiii.i St.. HouokiIu
EYES J ESI ED
'x " ' ox ;:; I,s:n and
1". :':.- i' M.-: and i wii.i.
i.) r:::c K::.er.
AlfrzJ D. Fainollhcr
M.inafagturing ( tpticta.i
1 1 .ir;-! - i 111,;-. Honolulu