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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, JtTNE 13, 1911
MILTON & PARSONS
Formerly with Dunn' Hut Shop
Hotel Street, Honolulu
Opp. Young Hotel
A Test For The
Color perception is recommen
ded by Dr. Warburg, of Cologne,
as n reliable test (if intelligence.
In Ills experiments, colored
Par lor a
210-211 Bo. (on Bids.
yarns pinned on cards were placed imaginations, and
MISS KATE WOODARD
1141 Fort Street
Stamping, Embroidery, Notions,
Dressmaking, Fnncy Work,
Shirt Waists and Underwear
Figures have often been said to
tell us everything or nothing.
And certainly they till us
nothing if we do not w our
the vaster the
before 1S00 school children of va-1 figures the less do people grasp
rious ages, and the percentage, of them. An instance in point is
correct naming of the colors rose afforded by the illustration offered
from class to class, and was in- to his hearers by an eminent scien
variably highest among the most list, who, in order to bring to their
intelligent children. The te st s comprehension the idea of ultimate
showed also that certain colors 1 particles of water, slated that if he
affect the eye and mind m ore' were to empty a tumbler contain
strongly t h a n others. A color each second a number equal to one
scale, graded according to the thousand times the population of
strength of the impression made, the earth it would require some
is possible, and show's white and where between 7,000.000 au.l 47.
black to be easiest to recognize, 000,000 years to empty the tumbler.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions,
R. W. Perkins
& & t
j; Up-to-Date Portraiture f
red, yellow, green, and blue follow
ing in order, while brown, grey
and violet are far more difficult to
distinguish. The superior per-
ceptive power of girls as compared
Lord Kelvin once assured us that
if a drop of water was magnified to
the size of the earth the particles
would be between the size of crick-'
et balls and footballs. If that state
s' tww! rr-jijro a xs&vbij s tsmsoA esjcxsj v isamst o eo oasuat e ewoxs i"jtv o
Axle (front). -Singl; pieca drop lott
ing, l-bcam tedtion, large an.iuLr lull
Axlo (rer)"Full loalinj type, lirut
Ircalc;! nirklc slcl sii.lis. Ljrj annular
btll heating bcni..i.
Br.ilces.-ConUading band on drive
tliaft, 7-iuch iliametrr, 3-inch (acc. In
ternal expanding on tear wlicclf, I '(inch
dnmeter, 2-inch (ace. All breaks double
Bearincs--!-'ull type annular ball
bearings throughout tunning gear; silent
type annular ball bearings in transmission and crank shaft.
Carburetor-Float feed, automobile type, hot water jacketed.
ClutchMultiple disc running in oil.
Colors-Chassis and underbody black with body and ttripping
English Vermilion, Napier Green or Chalmers Blue.
Drive-Bevel gear, two universal joints. Presced tteel torque
FramePre-sed steel, channel section.
Gear Rutio-Standard 3 -3-4 to I.
Lubrication--Constant level splash system operated by pump.
Sight Iced on daih.
Molor-Four cylinders cast en bloc; 4 inch bore, 4 1. 2-inch
Rims-Universal quick detachable.
Springs. -Frunl. half elliptic; rctr, three-quarter elliptic.
Stearing gearWorm and gear type.
Tread 56 inches.
Tires 34x3 1-2 inch all arounJ. Option of, Morgan & Wright
Transmission Seldtive sliding gear type, three speeds forward
Valves Nickel steel, large diameter. Exhaust valves at tide;
inlet vulves at top of cylinders.
Wheels 34 inch diameter, wooJ, artillery type. Rear wheel
spokes bolt' d to brake drums.
Wheel l.ase 104 inches.
Sent Width. 37 inches depth, 19 inches.
Leg Room 35 inches.
Price $1600, f. o. b. Dstroit, including Bosch magneto, gas
lamps, two exits tire irons, Prest O Lite lank and Chalineis top
with sids cuitair.i and storm front.
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.
with boys agrees (according t o 1 ment is correct, the drops of water
"Popular Science Sittings'") with in all the oceans are not many times
statistics proving that' two-thirds , so numerous as the particles, or
of the cases of color blindness are molecules, in a single drop,
among men. '
FRANK E. HOWES. Managkk
s it is always likely to do in th.
titumn or spring of the yiar, the
Mail Orders Given
A V n L gences, etc. We have all met the old strikes down through the roof
A iulOIty rrODleni little girl or boy who is the butt of irectly on to the backs nf the
Some knottv problems presented other children's jokes, because a suit :',rds, seiiously affecting thee;,;;
bv backward children were discuss- or frock is cut on some unusual lines oduclion. Alltlie perches should J
ed at a meeting of the Child Study , or l!lckfi soule lIslml completing : on the same level, and placed
Societv, recentlv. It was pointed out 'tcni. Sometimes a child is com- out IS inches apart. There is
that some bright-looking children lulled to wear garments of a pectt- j advantage in having h i g h
were among the most defective, , ''!ir nuc or to have its h;i ir dressed :rclies, while, as already shown,
and that cunning was often mis- iU il xva' which instantly invites iere are several disadvantages,
taken for intelligence. It was comment from its class-mates. Then foot or 15 inches is quite high
necessary to find the nature of the't'lere 's the little unfortunate who lough from the ground, affording
defect; but little had been done, 1 's forbidden to play this, that, and nple protection from dainpn..
for the tests hitherto applied were ' other game for some far-fetched ud from rats. In a small hou-c
very ineffective. There were cases r(-"1SHn that connot possibly be ex- je perches can stretch fioni one
of backwardness when the intelli- plained to the romping young sa- ' Mie'- - V i "
geuce was high, but was accom- "Rcs of the school-yard. There is ; yWnp Infpllio'Pnr'P
pained ty a detect ot memory or Hiiuinjn.-M.-i .uiuni:uiu
preception. School work was not K to a H,na!1 ttiend's house or to
a good criterion of intelligence, , 5llvilc il chl,nl to her own home.
And there are numerous little peo
ple made to feel mean and miserable
because they never have a penny to
spend upon the little hospitalities
incidental to school-life. All or any
of these disadvantages tend to ex
cite ridicule from more fortunate
i Educator $4 Shoes
and it was especially necessary to
discriminate b e t w e e n common
sense and cunning, which was a
highly developed form of morbid
precocity. A famous doctor said I
that there were often special apti
tudes when other faculties were
UOHotel St. Honolulu
wanting. Some were acquainted children, especially from those who ,
with an imbecile who k n e w arii sti11 too young to realise that
"Hymns Ancient and Modern" by'thiir jeering remarks are both rude f
heart, and an inmate of an nml ""kind. The small victims are
Asylum who could repeat long Pathetically at a loss for a remedy,
pas'sages from Lenipriere's "Classi-
Honolulu, June 7. Mrs. Hall, cal Dictionary."
who had been persuaded by Pope, , p i y rL'IJ
to write a letter concerning lack of , KlOlCUUng Ullluren
discipline in the Kalihiwaena affair Among the many unnecessary
resigned after receiving a rather griefs of children is the ridicule to
sarcastic letter irom Principal Lox, winch they are subjected on account bably the chief factor cf success in
who had been sustained. , of their mother's rules, fads, negli- later life
since those who should have fore
seen the persecution are usually
equally blind to the unhappy con
sequences. The excessive fear of
ridicule engendered in childhood
tends to destroy that strong yet
modest self-confidence which is pro-
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HAWAIIAN ISLANDS Maui
island, X'ly side- Kahului Harbor
Kahultii breakwater Light
191-1, from fixed red to
light showing thus:
Light Eclipse Light
1.5 sec. 6.0 sec. 1.5 Sec.
Light is unwalched.
Without other change.
X. to M. No. 15. 1911, par. 465.
C. & G. S. Charts 4105,41 16.
List of Lights, etc., Pacific Coast,
1909. p. 50, after No. .24.2.
List of Huoys, etc., 12th Sub
district,' 1909, p. LI.
Hy order of the Commissioner of
Lieutenant, I. S. N.,
Luspector, 19th L. II. District.
Are a treat for the feet. Made on
a broad toe lat with room for all
five toes. This gives perfect rest
for the foot at all times.
They come in Black CI tin
Metal, Calf. Vici Kid and Tan
Russia, both in high and low
add 25 cts. to
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Artistic Picture Framing. Kodak Developing and Printing.
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8 want and we shall be pleased to look after it for you. "
a Our Repair Department for Typewriters. Cash Registers I
2 and Adding Machines is the most extensive in the Territory. J
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the well known Remington Typewriter which is the BEST
that money can buv.
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OUT STREET B
P. O. Box 54
HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO.
C. H. BROWN, Manager
SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER. AND
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