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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, February 13, 1912, Page 4, Image 4',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY FEBRUARY 13. 1912.
Entered at the post office at
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class
Subscription Ratks $2.50 Pku
Year, $1.50 for six months
Advertising Ratks, 50 Cents
An Inch Ter Month.
Front Page Advertising
Rates $3.00 Per Square Inch
E. B. Bridgewater, Editor
K. C. Hopper, Manager
The Ottomans have a religion
they call "worshipers of the sun."
Out this way we worship the
fore register a kick.. In passing, it'
might be well to sav that quite a
little sum could be spent to ad
vantage on the Lihue school's pre
The conversation between the
kettle and the pot has been suc
ceeded by the Frear-Kuhio con
troversy between the Honolulu
Dr. Unthank of Kansas City,
is one of the commissioners to
locate an industrial school for in
corrigible negro girls, and up to
date it is said he has found it an
unthankful job, as no community
is anxious for the school.
We are indebted to the agricul
tural class of the Kapaa School for
some of the best beets and lettuce
we have eaten for a. century. The
school garden is in a flourishing
condition and contains a variety of
vegetables which seem to appre
ciate the attention they receive by
doing their best to excel each otl:e
in growth, quality and beauty.
To Mr. V. F. Sanborn of Hana
lei, we are indebted for a copy of
The Garden Island of February
1902. It appears in a four page,
three column torm ana carries
items concerning local happenings
and conditions which indicate but
a slight change in the last decade.
For instance, Dr. Derby, W. C.
Parke, and Mr. F. Prosser are re
ported in its columns as island
visitors. When we consider that
these items were published ten
years ago, and that at this very
time the present Garden Island
publishes the presence o f these
same personages, all will agree
that history "certainly do" re
v.li' tv .i:ti. uildings lor school
nouses cost tour tlioitsancl live
hundred dollars, while class
rooms are so scarce as to com
pel classes to be held under trees
and in halls belonging to charit
able institutions, it is time for
those responsible for such an
idiotic proposition to get a free
ride to the pupule house. There
is little to say in behalf of anv
attempt to economize at the ex
pense of the health of our school
children, yet to see sanitary
closets and fixtures to the amount
of $4,500 placed in one school
alone, wnne class rooms are so
sorely needed, and offer no protest
would be an attitude of indiffer
ence unbecoming in any citizen
possessed with tne best inteiests
of public welfare.
Had this bid received eonsidera
tion, there are four others pract
ically as large as the Hanapepe
school which would have been per
fectly justified in demanding the
same consideration. All to gether
then, the five big schools of the
island would be entitled to a sum
aggregating $22,500 for the con
struction of toilets alone.
This sum would put up nearly
20 extra school rooms, or several
more than at present are required
to house the overflow of atten
dance. Is there any condition of
affairs existing whereby this partic
ular school should receive partic
ular consideration over all others
in this respect? Tin; Garden Is
land strongly favors sanitary
plumbing in every school in the
island, but to neglect schools
which are reallv in need of such,
and place nearly $5,000 on a
Editor Garden Island.
Kindly allow me space in your
valuable paper in which to seek a
little light on a subject which is not
quite clear to those who compose
the skilled class of plantation work
The recent increase in the pay of
field labor I will admit was an
act of generousity and one which I
am sure was appreciated by the
thousands who represent this class.
Now, the question which bothers
your writer, is, why was tins in
crease made? Was it due to the
extra cost of living? Many have
said that the increase in the price
of food stuffs while perhaps not en
tirely responsible for the increase
in salary, was chiefly the cause.
There is another class of labor
know n as "skilled workmen,"
which includes such men as black
smiths, carpenters, sugar boilers,
engineers, office employees, store
managers, clerks etc. , without
whom a plantation could not very
well get at all. Yet this class
have received no such consid
eration as has been shown the la
borer. They may pay 20 per
pound for coffee one month and 30
the next but their pay remains sta
tionary. Some staple foods have
increased within the last year 100
per cent. Has the salary of the
skilled labor increased accordingly?
If the recent increase of the la
borers' pay is due to increase in
cost of living, is it any more than
reasonable to expect the same con
sideration regarding skilled labor?
The plan adopted by some planta
tions the Makaweli for instance
which allows a bonus, is one to be
highly commended, and shows an
appreciation of those responsible in
the greatest measure for the success
of the Company. Q. D.
Distance To Points Of Interest
To Miles To Miles
Xawiliwili 1 Hanalei 3-!
'iVa n Wii'-'iha
: ....iii ii..r,i hi ll.uu.1 4.-
Kleele 20 Kalalau 6!
Hanapepe 21 From Waimea 1'
Maawekli 25 Or to Olokek
Waimea 28 Ditch 6
Kekaha 33 End of Can,-
Hohili 43 yon Road 4
Nanamaulu 2 Hanapepe fall 16
Wailua River 6 Puu Kapele 11
Kapaa landing 9 From Lihue to
Kealia 11 Wailua Falls 4
Anahola 15 From Hanalei to
Kilauea 24 WainihaP. H. 7
Kilauea landing 26 Haena caves 11
Read the following list. It con
tains articles that are backed by a
Ladies' Desks '
Smokers' Stands -Flower
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f J't 4
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and that's saying a great deal.
There's not a break in ths cluiti of sha es
and dimensions covering a range so wide
that ho man can say: "you haven't just
what I wanted. "
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Knox Stiff Hats, $5.00 ( Made by Knox)
Knox Silk Hats, $8.00 $3.50
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If you are athirst for
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The Jr3eer That's J3reved
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You'll pronounce it
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Their hard cutting surface and
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AGENTS I'OR THE HAWAIIAN! SLAXDS
Some Descriptive Pointers
Waimea The Canyon, won
der ful scenic masterpiece, easily
accessible on horseback.
The Olokele Ditch, great en
gineering feat amid cliffs and crags
of exquisite beauty, accessible by
carriage. The Russian Fort, on
the bluff overlooking the harbor,
an inturesting relic. The Hana
pepe Falls, "Manawaiopuna," at
the head of the Hanapepe canyon
carriages go half-way, thence by
easy trail on horseback. The
Barking Sands at Nohili, an in
teresting freak of nature, excellent
roads for carriage. j
The Marine Drive, Boating on I
the Wailua river
The Pole-line Trail, most
teresting ride or tramp into
Hanalei,-The mot wonderful
coloring in the world. Hawaiian
scenery includes all the colors of
the rainbow, and the rainbow as
and riding trips to Lumahai beach
surf. Wainiha power house and
up the canyon. THREELARGE
HAENA caves. Hnakapiai, a
most satisfactory tramp.
Lihue The Wailua Falls, up
per and lower,, both repay a visit.
Kilohana, the extinct crater
splendid paranoma of plains, moun
tains and sea.
Simple accommodations, but
good food is the rule in all country
districts. Hotels are to be found
at Lihue, Waimea, and Hanalei,
Hoard may be obtained at almost
any village on inquiry.
Lihue. Hotel Fairview; V. H.
Rice, Jr., prop. Rates, $3.00 per
day, or by agreement.
Waimea. Bay View Hotel; C.
W. Spitz, prop. Rates, erJ $3.00
day. - ;
Hanalev-Deverill's Hoel. Mrs. '
S. IS. Utverill, prow. Rooms fori
15. Rates, $3.00 per day, $65.0oj
per month, or by agreement. I
is near at hand and
has its new stock of
latest ideas in
for the season
for boih sexes and all ages
embracing Dutch Character, s
Colonial Dames, Sunbonnets,
Ribbon tie Juveniles, etc.,
as also Valentine Postals
All Quality Goods.
Arrival of New Spring
Styles at SACHS'
A large consignment of goods arrived bv the S. S.
"Sierra" on January 12th, including: White Lingerie
Dresses from $1).W to joo.oo; White Knit Sweaters
with knitted collar and cuffs in pink, blue and lavender.
New Embroideries and IJeautifel Flounciugs.
Important to Ladies
Having secured the agency for "Knox" hats we
are now showing their spring line of "Tailored Hats"
Panama and Sailor Hats. '
Your Mail Orders Receive Prompt Attention.
single building, does not appear j well
like common sense, and we there-; Splendid sea bathing. Driving INOW Read the AqS.
Lihue Union Church, Foreign
Rev. J. M. Lydgate, pastor.
Church Service II u. in. F.xeept
the last Sunday cf the mouth.
Sunday School lo:30 a. m.
Lihue Fii.t Church, Hawaiian
Rev. V;;:. Kan:;ui, pastor.
Church Service It a. m. Sunday
School 10 a. in,
j SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
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Hawaiian Scenes painted on China j
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