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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
believe, no more anxious to put sue
such a policy than is the Oakdkn
I.st.ANn, and judging from the
story as it appears in it columns
the editor is in no degree possess
ed with the true facts in the case.
TUESDAY JANUARY 9, 191 J.
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Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch ciations of the Hatiapcpe Singing
. . . Club, through its leader to those
tacli Insertion. vvhn lmve Kivc. tia.jr aj(i finan.
I cially to a certain fund raised foi
K. II. Briikikwatkr, Editor , defraying the expenses of the H.i-
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Hurrah for Kauai's teachers!
They are true blue every one of
One of the piaintiffs in a dam
age suit against the Territory grow
ing in Honolulu, is said to base his
claim on the number of slippers he
could have made out of the banana
Inspector Gibson, returns to
Honolulu with some facts which
will, it is hoped, throw some light
on matters which have hcre-to-fore
been rather obscure.
Kxi.i.ank imported 1.7"n,tim rutiliit
skin." I'h.ni Aiftruliit ht-t yenr. Kx.
. Probably when Hawaii become
overridden with rabbits she can
run n skin game on England.
The Garden Island makes a
motion that Mrs. V. II . Rice Sr.,
be placed on the honorary roll of
nienibetship in the Teachers' Asso
ciation of Kauai as an appreciation
of the very important part which
this dear, good lady took in Fri
At the meeting of the Board of
Education in Honolulu this week,
there is no doubt that famous teach
ers' schedule will receive a little
attention. The only reply to the
many criticisms made concerning
the present schedule, has been "it
is according to schedule." The
wisdom of adherring to a schedule
simply because it is such, regard
less of all justice will probably be
discussed and some step taken to
A vuiiy prominent person att.-n
dins: the Teachers' Com-en ion
was heard to remark upon the
lack of harmony existing i-.tween
many of our pri:ici; tuid their
In any school where such a state
of affairs exist, but little good can
be accomplished and any principal
or assistant who 11 not meet another
half-way towards the promotion
of school room harmony would be
far better off in a position where
our children are not so likely to
use them as an example.
Waiulailiahi 3 Waimea; and also
to those who welcomed us in their
beautiful homes on Christmas Eve
In behalf of the said Hntiapcpc
Singing Club, and in justice to
those residents and kamaainas of
Kauai who have willingly given
their helping hand for a g o .) d
cause, we twice tins means ot ex
pressing our heartfelt thanks and
prav that He, from whom all bless
i ' ... . .
ings come, Mian in iriis love if i
mankind repav you and that we l
join by giving good wislies ano
prosperous new vear to vou all. i
Those who have opened tiieii ,
homes, and who have given Us
welcome and aid are as follows: '
Mr. and Mrs. Albert Wilcox."
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Wilcox, Mr.,
). N. Wilcox. Mr. a n d Mr-.
Weber, Mr. aun Mrs. I). Isenbeig.
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Flis. Mr. ami ;
Mrs. E. Lovell. Mrs. M. Kahele, !
Mr. and Mrs. Win. Kaiawe. 1
Friends and others are also in
cluded in this mahalo and hoomai
Mrs. Fanny Saho.
Hanapept. Dec. .ii), 1911.
Read the following list. It con
tains articles that are backed by a
THE HOUSE OF QUALITY
185 King St., Honolulu
Kauai is to be generously con
gratulated. We feel that we have
the best legislators, with the best
record for work done: that we can
point with pride at the record our
police department is making for
faithfulness and cleanliness; our
Board of Supervisors has the unit
ed confidence and support of our
whole communitv; that our judicia
ry metes out justice with the pub
lic good as the ultimate aim; that
all love, honor and revere our Cir
cuit Judge; not a single blot can be
found against any of our county
officials; that w e have the best
roads and most efficient County
Engineer in the Territory; that our
Health Officer is efficient and faith
ful; and that we have the smartest,
best looking, jolliest and most dili
gent bunch of school inarms that
ever drew a chalk luie. The in
terest shown b y the teachers at
hist Friday's meeting, and the in
terest taken by Commissioner Rice,
insures the further success of our
Stxctal to Tlit (Jardcn Island.
Waimka, Jan l). A Chines
troupe of dramatic performs will
show up at the Waimea Hall on
the 11th. for a week's engagement
in the role of big drama which
will out-class anything ever pro
duced before the local footlights.
All the receipts are to go to the
Chinese Red Cross Society and it
is to be hoped the house will have
a good run. Tickets are now on
sale and none will be refused. If
you cannot or do not care to go to
the show, send as much as you
can spare to the fund. It will be
appreciated. The show will be on
every night from the 11th. to the
18th. except Monday night.
School Counrissinrer W. V
Rio-Sr., is in Honolulu, atun.'
ing the meeting of the J'.oaxl . f
Alexander Kekua came up from
If you are athirst for
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beer, ask for
Fhc J3eer Them's J3reved
1 o o uii 1 lie Q-1 ni frie
A Christian doesn't have to tell
Keep busy and you'll have no
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Many things are well done that
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After all, intuition is but an
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Imagination causes more aches
aud pains than all other ailments.
Most everybody wishes that he
could live his life over again, but
few would live much better.
You'll pronounce it
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ever drank. It's
for this climate.
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AKKCHNT iisue of the Hawaiian
Star, in publishing a story from
Koloa, made reference to a pos
sible scoop this paper would make
of it. The subject for the story
was K'ven to this paper by its
Koloa correspondent nearly two
weeks ujfo, and on the very day
the circumstances occurred, but as
an investigation proved that the
man concerned is by no means
oue to whom any responsibility
can be attached, and at best, a
pitiful object, the matter was
given no further attention. If the
Star or any other paper, person or
j)erson, think the policy of this pa
per includes making sport of unfor
tunate mankind, they have another
guess coining. The Star is, we
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