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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TMESDA, JAN. 23, 1912.
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and Real Estate
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Paper Bags, Twines,
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Garments cleaned and pressed
Latest prevailing fashions.
The favorite S. S. SIERRA, 10,
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu Feb. 7. Feb. 28.
First-class single to San Fran
cisco, $65; round trip, $110.
C. Brewer & Co. Ltd.
"No people can ever become
truly gruit and free who are not
virtuous. If the soul aspires for
liberty pure and perfect liberty
it also aspires for everything that
is noble in truth, everything that
is holy in virtue."
Twelve Suggestions for Teachers
1. Every recitation should be
gin with enough of review to con
nect the lesson with what has pre
2. Be independent of the text
book as far as possible, during the
recitation. Pupils are supposed to
use text books before the recitation
3. Nothing wastes time more, or
more surely leads to inattention
than the habit of repeating the
question to a class.
4. Young pupils should be giv
en no home work to do.
5. Never speak to your pupils
in a petulent, ill natured manner,
and be cautious about resorting to
ridicule as a means of discipline.
6. Kindness and affection,
when set in an iron frame, are the
strongest elements of a teacher's
7. Never command when a sug
gestion will do as well.
8. It is wrong to discuss a case
of discipline before your school.
9. There issomething wrong in
the discipline that would be sub
verted by a hearty laugh.
10. Avoid all loud, harsh tones
of voice, cultivate gentleness of
speech and pleasantness of expres
sion. 11. No communication from pa
rents should be treated with dis
respect. 12. It never pays to show your
temper in dealing with a parent.
Teaching and Talking
The young teacher should learn
early that teaching and talking are
quite different. Almost any reci
tation in which the teacher talks
half the time, is a failure. It
seems that the teacher thinks the
pouring out of knowledge is the
main thing. I heard a recitation
in fractions once in which the
teacher went to the board, took
the crayon from each child that
failed, and did the work herself,
with a continuous string of ques
tions which the child was sup
posed to answer in monosyllables,
but half of which he did not ans
wer at all. This teacher had talk
ed the class into such condition
that it did not care whether
its work was good or bad. The
school should train for accuracy.
The work of the pupils should be
done right the first time. The
habit of being wrong half the time
in arithmetic and spelling is bad.
The teacher should know the dif
ference between teaching and talking.
Into the Scrap Heap
There used to be a few who held
teachers' positions who were un
able to accept any opinion other
than their own, and who regarded
any knowledge save that which
they possessed as hardly worth
considering. It is supposed that
all these self-satisfied, omniscient
ones are dead; in fact, they were
always dead. There is no death
more absolute than the mental
death of the self-satisfied. Not
only does his mind fail to absorb
and assimilate new knowledge, but
"from him that hath not, shall
be taken even that which he
hath." His scrars of scientific
information are repudiated by
later investigation; his memory of
unchanging statements becomes
hazy; his application of his know
ledge becomes poorer with each
year, and he is finally relegated to
the scrap heap of the mentally incompetent.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond
In Campbell Block
Think out the Lesson
There are very few teachers who
can think in the presence of their
pupils and through the thinking
determine the best course to pur
sue. There is, perhaps, no pro-'
fession in which the results of
daily preparation are so evident as
in the profession of teaching. The
teacher who makes it a habit to
think out carefully all the work of
the day, will be well equipped to
meet the unexpected if it happens.
That the unexpected will happen,
even in school, eyery experienced
Fire the Principals
In regard to the relationship of
principals t o supervising princi
pals, we fail to see just whv the
former should be so sharply checl.eda
. 1 . 1 T" . .1 t
up in ineir worK. uoes me depart
ment consider the whole force of
principals incompetent? Does it
feel that a school cannot be entrust
ed to their care without the scrut
iny 'of a less educated examiner
continually pestering the life out of
them? If so why in the name of
common sense does the department
not litterally fire the whole shoot
ing match and look for competent
Of all the tilings that a teacher
should know how to do, the most
important is to be able to tell a
Geographical control in the pla
cing and growth of cities, in the
survey of railway lines, in the es
tablishing of great steamer routes,
all furnish the most interesting
sort of thought getting problems
The seed catalogue man is a nat
Our greatest fears and pleasures
have a way of disappointing us.
The man who .explains why he
didn't make good has an easy job.
The Best Ignition Batteries on the Market
In Any Quantity
Electrical Supplies of All Kinds
BODYS YLES AND PRICES
Koadtter, two patienger, 25 gal.
Koadtter, three paitenger, tingle
rumble Seat, $1000
Roadtter, four patienger, double
rumbl Seat, $1025
Wheel Base 100 inches.
Tires 32 x 3 1-2 inches, front and rear.
Weight 1800 pounds.
Motor Renault type, 4-cylinder, cast en bloc,
3 3-4-inch bore and 4 1-2-iuch stroke.
Transmission Selective sliding gear type.
Three speeds forward and reverse.
Fan Back of Radiator Cooling System Forced
circulation splash system, vertical tube
radiator, centrifugal water pump.
Axles- -Semi-floating rear; I-Beani front.
Springs Semi and three-quarter elliptic front
and rear respectively.
Gasoline Capacity Ten gallons
Water Capacity Four gallons.
Control Strictly standard and internal; secured
to rear wheels.
Clutch- Leather-faced cone with slip springs
Bearings Front wheels; large size, ball type.
Rear wheels; roller, with ball thrusts.
Frame Pressed steel; best open hearth stock;
drop sub-frame, to which transmission and
motor are secured.
Radiator Extra large; vertical tubes; horizon
tal fins; very efficient.
Dash Rich mahogany, with coil box to match.
Protected on edges with brass moulding,
channeled out to the fit over edges of the
woodwork, providing prote'etion from the
Equipment Two gas head lights; generator;
two side oil lamps; tail lamps; horn; full set
of tools and jack.
Runabout- Price $1000 F. O. B. Detroit.
Price $1350 F. O. B. Honolulu with top,
glass front and Pres O. Lite tank.
Touring Car Price $1600 F. O. B. Honolulu
including top, glass front and Pres O. Lite
ASSOCIATED GARAGE, LTD.,
Frank E. Howet, Manager
Likes Tonsorial Artist
One block above Post-Office
Hair trimmed in the latest style
Shampooing and shaving
Hours: 7 a. m. to 8 p. m. Ex
Cor. Fort& Her. StH., Honolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or month single o r in
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
New Stenciled Articles
Artistic in Designs Low in Price
Cushion covers, Curtains, Laundry bags,
Shoe bags, Wor bags, Table Covers, Belts,
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO ALL MAIL ORDERS
Ye Arts and Crafts Shop
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
HOTEL BAY VIEW
& & &
The Commercial Mans
210-211 fio.fon Bldg.
Agents For Kauai, In The
J. M. Kaneakua on membership,
V. H .Rice, Merchandise, Lihue
Rev. J. A. Akina membership,
C. B. Hofgaard & C o. Ltd.,
DICK OLIVER, Manager
Honolulu Electric Co., Ltd.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.'
Dry Goods of all Descriptions,
The Garden Island $2,50
TELEPHONE 642 P. O. BOX 54
HONOLULU SCRAP ION CO. .
C. H. BROWN, Manager
SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, AND
SECOND - HAND MACHINERY
alekauila St., near Electric Power Station.
FIRST NATIONAL BANK
Capital $500,000 Surplus $175,000
Cecil Brown, Pres.; M. P.
Robinson. Vice-pres.; L.
T. Peck. Cashier.
Geo. N. Wilcox, Geo. P.
Castle, H. M. von Holt.
Kauai Acccounts Invited
Dr. Carl Hofmann of Kealia, and
Dr. Yanagihara of Kilauea, were
in town Saturday.
Dr. Glaisyer was called over
from Makaweli last Saturday to at
THE BANK OF HAW1I,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand, Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 1-2 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up 10
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
Bishop & Co.
Honolulu, Hilo, Waimea
Transacts a General Bakning
and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
the world. v
Interest allowed ut the rate
of 4 per cent per annum
on Savings Bank deposits.
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Interest paid on Time De
posits at the following rates:
3 Months 3 per cent
6 Months 3 1-2 per
cent per annum.
12 Months 4 per cent
All business entrusted by
customers on other islands
receives careful and prompt
Misses McClymont and Gardner
of the Kalaheo School, were guests
tend a valuable horse belonging toif Kealia friends last Satin day and,
the W. H, KiCQ Ranch, i Sunday,
T. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Nit ant und Mkhciiakt Stiiekts
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Now Read the Ads,