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2 THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 3, 1912 - .
TUP" r.ARDPM mi AND I SOME Somktiiimi liketwol A i
JrBY MILES THE BEST TlREml
TUESDAY SEPT. 3rd. 1912.
Entered at the post office at
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class
Subscription Ratks $2.50 Puu
YltAK, $1.50 l'OK SIX MONTHS
Advertising Ratus, 50 Cnts
An Inch Pur Month.
E. B. Bridguwatur, Editor
K. C. Hoi-PKR. Manager
Something like two
weeks ugo, tliir office
was inforinod that all the
on the public school buildings un
der construction, were orientals-
not citizens. A n investigation
proved the assertion to be a mis
take, and in so far as- this paper is
concerned, the matter was dropped.
However, a well founded report
is now in circulation to the effect
that the man responsible for the
charge agauist the county, was
and is. no other than a Link Mc-
rnmllps stool-nieeon. It will be
remembered by nearly all of us
and by Link more particularly
that in the last campaign, his per
sonal interests were rather ueglec
ed here, hence the sending of a
rnnner over here, whose duty it
seems to have been to bring
II OMKSTi: .VIIKII
of the vouldli
left his interests and hit a trail
dollars has been spent in getting charges against our board of su-
luuui uuu nit itiniv"; " perviSOrS, wnn.ii nii;ut "
there is a constant clamor for tnlte ru to their chances for re
more. If the government o m . couut -s
spend two or three hundred thous- ciecuu i.
: .. (i,,,,-,. uiii-iprvisors are not angels we n
and uuuius i u iinaiswuti im-. -i
, . 1 :.. .,,...:.. cfnrt nn r-i.. r.n.,r.oflo t tltcv are so far
IlOlllCalCUUCl 3 111 Kv-lH"S " llttij' w"""! ' ;
their 'new holdings, chances are, in ailcaci 0f any polticians of the
the future these very homesteaders .. k McCaudless brand, that it
s1tr1rkti iitr n cnnnlV fit ....
""'u - ."'-'VJ. Would take considerably more tnan
laDOr superior 10 any wiutu . . ... . . . .
i 1 the hhiff which this individual is
ever yei uccn iuliuch.
The public is gradually awaken- putting up or that he may ever be
nig to tile tact uiat oy conmniin aole to produce, to injure mem
homesteaders to a tract of land ..
from 5 to 20 acrVs, such home- n the How often do we meet
steader can't by the largest stretch RIGHT people, both pedestrians
of his imagination, become an in- SIDE and drivers of vehicles
dependent farmer, but must re- plodding along, un-
... i.:.. i.,i Atiior the nroner side of the road or not.
lllg Oil 1113 UWll Itllivi. i
tliinn-. is the neculiar wavin which Did vou ever jerk your car
the land laws are applied. For in- up wjth a terrific suddenness as
stance: A plantation caii lease a came facc to face with some
large tract of land !rom neEovern- , didn,t know a bettcr
men at from one to five dollars . ,,,
.. ,i,?i ti,e ,nll farmer than to trespass upon your rights?
r.-A- 1.1. -.4. 1. . .,rvf 1 n 1 A fS Cf onlirCO f ft11 II fl VP. WllV. VOU
nil us nun iit cannot i-Liav. liiuvi vi J- -.v... --j , ,
a sufficient amount to make a pro- cj0 ;t m0st every day repeatedly
iu out ui turn.- '""iiik ui though you ve clone 1; so ouen,
other agricultural pursuit. Give mechanically
the homesteaders the same show uiai, " u 1 f ,
which you do the plantations and as cveryuouy & uu.u iv.
LOVE JOY & CO.
Wholesale and Retail Dealery in
FINE WINES and LIQUORS
Cream Rye Whiskey
Old Jas. E. Pepper Whiskey
, J "Harvey's Special" Scotch Whishey
Agents for "Cahva- wine
V Bartlett Water
Best Quality of EUROPEAN WINES and LIQUORS
SPECIAL ATTENTION GIVEN TO
902 Nuuanu Street P cr.c 27 ( 8
Electrical Goods Dealers
they'll all thrive and so will the
Let every man take up at least
fnrtv acres of cane land (don't
bunt him up against the mount-
The Eleele Club at a recent club
meeting, appointed ex-representa
tive J. I. Silva a committee of one
to confer with Ye Editor as to the
Pacific Electric Co.
Honolulu Electric Co., Ltd.
Consolidated June 1st, 1912
House Wiring and Electrical Fixtures
Heating Apparatus of All Kinds
"Columbia" Drawn-wire Tungstan Lamps
Motors and Dynamos, all sizes in stock
PLANT INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS
mint nun up iiuamsv. muum.- . . ,
aiu side) and then allow him to best means of instructing the
i,noo n ,iihp1i more land around masses in tne proper course to
him as he can conveniently lianuie, pursue. An agreement was reacn
x 1.1. - 1 ...lilnl tlA rlntitntinnt; - . . t ;
aL um luuai wiiiv.ii triuii.u..t.., . wiiereuy posters uearmy in
are.paying. and see it you do not tJ inted or painted, in
get the best class of homesteaders "r J ,.rn rp
in the country. This liiethod ot ""-s"" -
shoving homesteaders onto laud nationalities, should be generous-
which will not ' grow cane; (or iy displayed i n all camps, and
ii.! . 1" tnn Vlmfil 1C2 11f - . f. .t. . .
anyiniiiB cist wucn. m-i- . that a small ad ue run in tne news
water, no roads-but hords of f t , tlan
promises-is about to be properly P P
exposed and tne oiame propeny -
placed. Our belief in the small results from lack of knowledge
farmer proposition in so far as and the sootier the public is tho-
. . ! n.nnm1 it rlinf I . . 1 ii. -
growing ijuiic is tuu-ti "--i. roughly eniigntcneu, tne soontr
it could be successfully done, pro
virlincr our fool laws can be chang
ed to take on the appeaiance of
freedom from an influence which
is arrayed in opposition to the idea,
yet with every outward appearance
of holding out a helping hand.
The laud laws as they stand to
day, are either a bluff or an indi
cation of a decided lack of intelli
the part of those res
ponsible for the creation of such.
Tin: two load
in); l up (hnll
teams of the
1st. and 2nd. series which pulled
off their first tie game on the Mc
Bryde diamond last Sunday were
greeted by a bumper crowd that
had gathered with the expectation
of seeing these two bunches of big
slabbers contest for the 1912
championship. Nor was the crowd
disappointed for the game through
out, was all that could be desired
to make it an interesting game
save, however, the fact that the
.visitors were dangerously close to
the vicinity of the whitewash pail
when the McBrydes, in the 9th.,
annexed two runs. A s it now
stands, the Kilaueas have the ad
vantace, since their opponents
must necessarily win both of the
remaining, games to entitle them
to the coveted prize. This, they
surely will strain every effort to
accomplish and though the Ki
laueas are known to be among the
leading big stickers, this fact will
not have any effect on the am
bition of the McBryde's t o do
their best, and it will not pay the
Kilaueaites to do other than their
best regardless of the fact that
they have a leg on the champion
ship. May the best team win.
What's the matter with a police
man at Ilnnmuaulu? Do we need
him? Guess we do.
will this danger be avoided.
A Last year there was
COUNTY wiuc little agitation
CARPENTER concerning a n-g
carpenter whose duties would be
to look after the school repairs ot
the cotintv. Durinc the closing
vacation we have been so occupied
with our buildings that we have
naturally, and wholy uninten
timmllv neclected "repairs to build
incs." There are schools with
broken glass, floors requiring
raintmo. etc.. all of which IS
I ci ' '
known to the proper officers, yet
nothinc has been done. Had the
county carried out the proposition
sutrircsted bv this paper last vear.
everything would have been in
tin-top shape for the fall term of
1912. There is sufficient repair
work to keep a carpenter constant
ly busy and surely it we can pay
SfiOO.OO ner month for our roads,
it doesn't seem unreasonable to
propose that a county carpenter be
furnished tor school purposes
ISjTWminvtf M2 P. O. BOX 54
HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO.
. C. II . BROWN, Manager
SCRAP IRON, BRASS, COPPER, AND
SKCOND - HAND MACHINERY
AI.EKAUILA ST., NKAR ELKCTRIC FOWBR STATION.
PRIMO PALE I
IS DIFFERENT m
HARTW1G HARDERS. the Mil
waukee Rrewmaster. has personal su
pervision of every bottle brewed. He is
drawing a salary that would make you
i ii i i
gasp because he knows his business.
f-4e bas cn'ven us a beer ideallv brewed
under ideal conditions. It does not have
to be doped, because it is "brewed to suit
You get the benefit of this if you get
ORDER A CASE FOR FAMILY USE
HONOLULU BREWING & MALTING CO.,
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Complete Line of Oriental Goods
Branch Wahiawa, Telephone No. 7.
Telephone No. 102.
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
r r- m r-x r Y TW FT
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange
Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
WANTED-Two or three first-class
agents on Kauai.
SCHOOL With more thnn
BUILDINGS score of hi-IiooI build
BUILT ings Hearing com
nletion. and thoii
sands of desks arriving, the local
department of education presents
a scene of activity which betokens
the progressive spirit of the Kauai-
ans. New teachers are appearing
on the horizon, and the former
ones are beginning to reassemble
their belongings preparatory t o
their coming year's work. A
transfer here, a change there, etc.,
have caused some little delay in
the final assignment of teachers,
but this has about all been arranged
to the satisfaction of all and when
time comes to jingle, jingle the
assemble bell for t h e first o f
the autumn day school, everything
will be ready to start with a bang!
The new course of study which has
met with the approval of the Com
mission, settles the question defi
nitely and the required new text
books will be gradually brought
Xor the sligliti'.-t jirt'ti'iiM'
lias as yet been liuuk' to
enforce the stock law. If,
as Attorney Kaneakua
savs, the Hoard ot supervisors is
the only power behind the throne,
then why does it not amno
rize the enforcement of this law at
once? Does the Board imagine the
people can be hoodwinked into
inactivity? Take the Kawaihau
district, for instance. Why, .every
tree which has been planted, has
been eaten down. During the after
noon and evening the road is lined
with horses and cattle. This is,
however, no exception, for the
same can be said of the public
roads around Lihue and between
Lihue and Kealia.
It is very evident to the people
all over the island, that those re
sponsible for the present condi
tions, do not fully realize it or
else don't give a hang either of
which amounts to the same thing
in so far as the voters and tax
payers are concerned. I f the
members of the Board of Supervi
sors are wholy responsible for the
enforcement of the stock laws and
persist in taking no heed of the
complaints of the people, it will
surely be among the extraordinary
happenings if these same gentry
should solicit aid in their re-election
this fall, from these self-same
This paper has no bone to pick
with the present members of the
Board of Supervisors. they are all
good, capable, well-meaning men.
This being the case we naturally
HANAMAULU 11a.namaui.i- needs u
POST OFFICE post ollii'i' and she
, ought to have it.
There are nearly a thousand peo
ple in that vicinity who are com
pelled to come to Lihue for their
mail. There has been an attempt
to have a postoffice there, but it is
said that the plantation objected
to such an arrangement. Why the
plantation should object should
not greatly worry the people.
Just get out your petitions and get
tlipm sin-iipfl niid if vou don't iret
a postofhce there, you'll be found
trying at any rate.
T iTiitit Plniitnlinii i4 in linvp an
irp r1niit. mid nccoldiiic to rumor.
the product will be bumped onto
the market at 50 cents per hun
dred, which is just halt the price
tinw nhnraod bv the present Com
pany. Since about 2 per cent of
Hh plantation emolovf's consume
ice, what's the matter with a flour
mill, a meat canning factory, etc.,
which, if prices were cut iu
half, would give the other 98 per
cent a chance at some ice. too?
A Necessity for I
Every woman who sews should have our "Kumpackt.'
Acme DRESS FORM.
A Dress Form is just as necessary for Fitting as a Sewing
Machine is for Sewing.
The "Kumpackt" Acme Dress Form is the latest invented
dress form on the market. It is an ingenious patented ar
rangement which enables the user to fold up the skirt, thus
reducing the figure to one half its size, making it fit nicely in a
box 28 inches high and 14 inches square.
Sizes 32, 34, 36, 38, 40 and 42.
WITH COPPER OXIDIZED BASE.
SACHS DRY GOODS CO.
P. O. Box 566
Wu are not a policeman, in con
sequence thereof, must suggest to
the writer of the communication
received on blind pigs in Koloa, to
take his case to the proper autho
rities. feel at a loss to know just why they
do not exercise theirpower ifthey
really have such in the enforce
ment of the law.
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
V. V. NEWEL, Iv, Manager.
" Kapiolani Building, Honolulu.
Our shop employes only skilled workmen, is supplied with
every modern appliance and is tle 0iy up-to-date vulcanizing
plant in the Islands.
Our RETREADING is done by experienced men from repu
All We Ask Is A Trial Kauai Orders Solicited