Newspaper Page Text
THE GARDliN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 11, 1912.
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY JUNE 11th. 1912.
Entered at the post office at
Lihue, Kauai, as sccond-clavSS
Subscription Ratus $2.50 Pkk
ybar, $1.50 for six months
Advertising Rates, 50 Cents
An Inch Per Month.
E. B. Bridgewater, Editor
K. C. Hopper, Manager
For heaven's sake and the sake
of readers of the Honolulu press,
why don't Honolulu clean up? 9
When Wyoming votes for
Champ Clark one day and New
Hampshire and California the next
day, it is pretty good evidence that
the would-be president is spreading
Taft says the republicans can't
win with Roosevelt and Roosevelt
says they can't win with Taft. So
there is nothing left for the country
to do but get ready for Champ
Champ Clark s political star
which has been shining resplendent
in the heavens lately, seems de
stined to go out in deepest gloom.
They are digging up the poetry
mat ne wrote wlieu lie was young
An exchange says that a great
scandal is stirring Belgium, and
the story goes that Queen Eliza
beth had discovered King Albert
making love to a chamber maid
and shot and killed the girl.
If the queen looks anything like
her picture in the exchange, we
don't blame George from making
love to the chamber maid.
The "short cut" road through
the "Jap" region is getting to pre
sent a very rough and neglected
appearance full of bumps and
holes and ruts. To drive over it is
very trying to the gear o f a
carriage and still more so to the
comfort of the rider. There are
still a few "common people" who
don't ride in automobiles and who
would like to travel by the "short
cut" road occasionally. Can't a
little attention be given to it?
That county government, in
so far as Kauai county is concern
ed, is a success, was never !more
definitely emphasized than when
the Board of Supervisors at their
meeting last Wednesday, unani
mously voted in favor of carrying
out one of the gigantic and most
worthy educational advancements
in the history of the Territory.
Commissioner W. H. Rice and
Supervising Principal H. H. Bro
die, were present with detailed in
formation on the needs of our
schools, the former occupying
sometime i n the explanation of
the requirements o f his depart
ment, with the result that h i s
every request was readily granted
by the Board. There is a unity
among our county officials which
cannot be overvalue I , a n d
which accounts for the sue -essful,
administration of the county's
A prominet Los Angel business
man was a visitor at Wednesday's
meeting, and to a reporter said:
"My work brings me into contact
with Board meetings every place
I visit, and I can't recall a more
business-like, and better conduc
ted session, in all my experience,
than the meeting to which I was
honored w i t h an invitation last
As to our public school affairs,
the present administration by local
officials is not to be compared with
past methods when a teacher was
compelled to await the pleasure of
clicky powers i n Honolulu, i n
case she n e e d e d a dust-pan, or
"broom," Under the present most
efficient management, whether it
is a hoe or a school building that
is needed, the Supervising Prin
cipal, our Commissioner of Educa
tion, the Board of Supervisors and
the County Engineer, all unite in
"landing" it. Thisvcry satisfact
ory state of affairs most assuredly
speaks much indeed in favor of
County government where honesty
is ably and vigorously pursued.
LOVE JOY &. CO.
Numerous and noisy charges of
stealing votes in Washington, buy
ing negroes in Maryland corrupting
the electorate in Ohio, using base
ball bats in the Third Mjssouri
district, and of boss rule and grog
rule and political degeneracy every
where, uttered and apparently"
proven by republicans against re
publicans, can hardly be said to
comport with that serene and lofty
boast of honest elections so ardent
ly put forth by over zealous
The annual Hobo Day of the
students of the University of Mis
souri will be Friday. A hobo
parade in the afternoon and a con
vention in the university audito
rium at night are among the
The students a t Missouri U.
have the only "stunt" of this kind
given anywhere in the world.
They dress up like real hoboes and
"hit back doors" for their sup
This is another sample of the
clam fool proceedings that the tax
payers of the State of Missouri are
called upon to endure in the name
of "progressive education."
Last week's issue of the
"Kohala Midget" was read with
unfeigned interest, editorial, pro
fessional, fraternal. If we under
stand what a "Midget" is it seem
ed to us that the name of the
paper is misleading. In size,
character and general make up, it
suggests to us a lusty boy i n
knickerbockers who can ride any
thing and climb anything and
smash anything in sight, and who
is the despair of his mother in the
wear and tare on his clothes. That
same boy is much in evidence and
has a goodly sense of his own im
portance. But he is the kind of
boy that makes afine, strong, active'
capable man, so his sister The
Garden Island" is proud of her
young cousin up on Hawaii.
Wholesale and Retail Dealers in
FINE WINES AND LIQUORS
Cream Rye Whisky
Old Jas. E. Pepper Whiskey
"Harvey s Special bcotch
Agents for Whiskey
Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
902 Muuanu Street
Haberdashery & Drygoods
ra ;- sor-
THE HIGH IDEALS OF 70 YEARS
TAKE DEFINITE FORM IN THE
1911 Knox Hats
Tim Gaudhn Island has this
week, placed its advertising under
a classification method which has
proven a success wherever inaugu
rated, and which we feel sure will
be as successful here. For instance,
the reader may be interested in
"vulcanizing," or, again, he might
wish to know something of our
"hotels, uin which case he will
find under theproper classification,
all there is to learn in the paper
concerning them without having
to run through all its pages. This
is undoubtedly an improvement
over the old method and will doubt
less prove a great help t o our
Wk understand that one of the
difficulties about securing a good
man for circuit judge k the uu
willingness of the wives of the pos
sible candidates to come to Kauai.
This is a calamity. How have
these estimable ladies "got onto"
the limitations of life on Kauai?
Have they themselves by'some del
icate instinctive sense divined it,
or have their sisters here on Kauai
.given us away and made them wise
The limitation, the poverty, the
boreness, the monotony of life on
the "other islands" of course wei
have known -about that, but we
thought we were keeping still about
it and hoped that the wise and dis
criminating people in Honolulu,
the people who are all culture and
refinement and literature and fine
clothes wouldn't catch on. But the
cat is out of the bag now. Well,
dearly beloved sisters, who are or
may be judges wives, why not
come to Kauai in the missionary ,
spirit of sacrifice and help to rem-1
cdy our deplorable condition.!
Come on! 415
M .i IBM m I
kmirn mt iii nmmTwm mmtvmM bi.wii iirejBffiflarra?3 bj Knox Silk Ha Is
1 i! CVl 9
I in i i on, n r, vv 1 1
I I j D
I It is the best beer made. 1 j
I S. OZAKI II
I WAIMEA i n
I Wholesale Liquor Dealer :
I Complete Line of Oriental Goods
j Telephone No. 102. Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
I Miscelleanous i
I II III I1HIIWW ! Ill 1 1 I IIIIIIPII I WIIIWIil !! I I I II II I ll 111 I Ml I I III
P. O. Box 54 H1
fines! we've ever asked you to look at
and that's saying a great deal.
There's not a break in the chain of shaes
and dimensions covering a range so wide
that no man can say: "you haven t just
what I wanted."
Knox Soft Hais, $5.00 BEACON HATS
Knox Stiff Hats, ' $5.00 (Made by Knox)
b You Order
THE advantage in sending your orders to us are obvious
your order is filled and shipped by return boat. If we do not
cany in our stock, any article you may order, we buy it for you.
IK a garment or
Any Article of Wearing Apparel
is not just what yob wish it to be, you are at liberty to return
it for alteration or exchange.
Remember, we have over 25 years
experience with the Island trade.
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
P. O. Box 566
This is the mttrrsi thai sho" s jrpu
It is the quality oi cotton used and the
way they ire mat': thjt give Stearns &
Foster Mattresses their perfect comfort and
wonderful life. An exclusive "web process."
Let us show them to you today.
' We are sole agents
ANCHOR Full Size $13.
LENOX Full I.i.e $13.
HONOLULU SCRAP1 IRON CO.
C. II. BROWN, Manager
Dealt r in
SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPKR, AND
SECOND - HAND MACHINERY
AI.l-KAllI.A ST., NKAK T'l.KCTKIC PuWI'R STATION.
185 King St., Honolulu
Art Goods and Curios
The name "Gazette" as applied
to a newspaper is derived from a
small Venetian coin, the price of
the first news sheet published.
A statement was made in the
house of parliament in 1610 that
the coal mines of Newcastle would
be productive for at least twenty
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
Member Honolulu Slock and Bond Exchange
Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
WANTED--Two or three first-class
agents on Kauai.
We have just received a line of goods never befor ofTered
to the public. The wheatley, Hard fired out-door 'pottery "is
an exact reproduction of the old Italian pieces.
It is suitable for plants anywhere, but especially for plants
kept out of doors.
Call and see them or ask for description and prices.
Headquarter for picture framing
Ye Arts and rafts Shop