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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1913
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY JAN. 21st. 1913.
Entered at the post office at
Llhue, Kauai, as second-class
Subscription Ratus $2.50 Pbr
YEAR, 51.50 FOR SIX MONTHS
Advbrtising Rates, 75 Cents
An Inch Per Month.
E. B. Bridgewater, Editor
K. C. Hopper, Manager
A acorner loveth not one that re
proveA him. Neither will he go unto
the wise. Pro. 15-12.
There are 3424 dialects in the
world including cussin.
lahue Plantation s new
crossing signs are some
"YES," said a prominent Li
hueite to a reporter, there does
seem no end to gossip in Lihuc,
in fact it is said that even in some
cases the cane s-talks."
The last quarterly report of our
County Auditor, which appears
elsewhere in this issue gives us
mighty good reasons for feeling
satisfied with the administration of
King George of England is one
of the big bigs, but he is having
the chills just like the ordinary
citizen. There is no divinity that
doth hedee a kitnr when it comes
to the shakes.
The oromnt remacadamizing of
the Nawiliwili grade and main
street is a marked contrast from
the manner i n which the road
work is done by political Honolulu
An exchange says that Mrs.
Cat, the women suffragist advocate
who recently lectured in Honolu
lu, suggests the regulation panta
loons for her sex. A reversion to
the time of "puss-in-boots," we
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apply to traveling
of the custodian
The suffragists who recently
made a pilgrimage from New
York to Albany, through snowy
slush, were excited and exagerated
women, whose sole aim in making
the pilgrimage as they are wont
to call it was the attraction of
attention. The demonstration will
not likely help their cause.
The convicts in the Missouri
penitentiary were feasted Christ
mas on turkey and trimmings and
the prisoners in the Chicago jail
were treated to a concert by a
grand opera company. I f this
kind of business continues, a man
will have more fun in prison than
out of it.
Since the stock law question
has resolved itself into a question
of letrallv constructed fences, and
that a lack of such is responsible f oi
the present condition of affairs,
what is to be done about our
Estray law which is defined in
section 7, act 125 of the Session
Laws of 1907 as follows:
An estray ib defined in Section 7 of
Act 125 of the session Laws of 1907 as
Section 7. Estrava. If any horse, mule.
ass. hoc. sheen. Kout or meat cattle
shall bo found at larRO, and not upon
the land of the owner, or person having
charge of such animal; or if found doiiii?
,damace to the property of private indi
viduals, or of the Kovernment, such
animal shall be regarded as an estray
with in the meaning of this Act."
so far as they
(l) The supervision of the loan
(2) Responsibility for the return
of the books to the central library.
(3) A report to the librarian of
the central library as to the circu
lation of the books and as to loss
The Trustees of the Library be
lieve that the most practicable of
the foregoing agencies, and in
fact the only one financially
possible at present, is the fourth,
that is, traveling libraries. They
therefore hope to establish as soon
as possible a number of stations on
the different Islands t o which
traveling libraries can be sent.
They suggest the following list of
places, believing that they will
serve as centers for the distribution
Island of Oahu: Waialua, Ka-
Island of Hawaii: Hilo, Honu
apo, Napoopoo, Kailua, Honokaa,
Island of Maui: Wailuku, L a -haina,
Island of Molokai: Kaunakakai.
Island of Kauai: Lihuc, W a i -
The foregoing fifteen places are
susrtrested because they all have
steamer landings and the Trustees
do not feel that they can arrange
for overland transportation. If the
people living inland from some of
these places will provide and pay
for transportation to and from the
landings the stations can be placed
inland at points more convenient
for larger numbers of people.
The Trustees believe it is their
duty to establish stations and to
provide for the distribution of
books so far as possible without
exoense to residents on the other
Islands availing themselves of the
traveling libraries, and they there
fore intend to pay the expense of
transportation of the books to and
from the stations. If, however,
residents of other districts than
those named are willing to pay for
the transportation of the books to
and from Honolulu the Trustee
may be able to provide the books
and to forward from time to time
traveling libraries to such other
districts where the demand is not
great enough t o warrant the
Trustees establishing traveling
libraries free of charge. The Trus-
tees tneretore suggest uie iorni.i-
tion of reading circles or clubs to
guarantee the cost of transportation
of traveling libraries and thus
bring the libraries within the reach
of those who would not otherwise
The foregoing plans are pro
visional, and suggestions from all
persons interested are requested
especially as to the places to be
selected tor stations. All com
munications should be sent to the
undersigned at Honolulu.
Honolulu, January 10, 1913.
Robbins B. Anderson,
Chairman of Committee on Is
land Libraries and Stations, Trus
tees of Library of Hawaii.
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He has given us a beer ideally brewed
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