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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. JANUARY 28, 1913
I THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY JAN. 2Sth. 1913.
Entered at tfee post office at
Libue, Kauai, as seooad-class
Subscription Ratbs S2.50 Pek
Year. Si -50 for six months
Advertising Ratbs, 75 Cknts
An Inch Per Month.
E. B. 13 RIDGE WATER, EDITOR
K. C. Hopper, Manager
Prom present indications, it
would seem as though the
suffragist movement were destined
to sweep everything before i t .
That woman has an equal right to
have her say m the administration
of governmental affairs should not
be questioned for a moment. That
she will display little or no judg
ment in the use o f her newly
acquired power is one of the ob
jections brought forward by the
opponents to the cause. Nothing
could possibly be further from the
real facts in the case, for there are
but few men. who. if honest with
themselves, but will franklv admit
that what little success they have
had in life has been chiefly due to
the influence of some good woman.
In the United States, we pride our
selves in the treatment we accord ;
the feminine sex. Therefore, in- j
sofar a s the American voters are !
concerned, to further object to thej
extension of equal rights to a class ,
of citizens whose superiority over i
nine-tenths of the present voting
population is so apparent represents
a new type of manhood whicn can
not be compared with the American
idea of a true gentleman.
As to the sunragist movement
in this Territory there are a num
ber of influential, earnest workers
whose endeavors in behalf of equal
rights fo: women are beginning
to show results. If we might be
permitted to maKe a suggestion .
poor, the high and the low,
big and the little.
It begins to look to the erdinary
observer that an eruption between
the Inter-Island Co., and its
captains may occur at an moment.
It is most unfortunate that parties
upon whom such vast public in
terests rests cannot come to an
amicable agreement, thus saving
all interested parties much need
less waste of money, and incident
ally creating a greater degiee of
confidence among the patrons of
the Company. If, as charged by the
captains, the company is importing
men to take their places, it seems
that the proper course to pursue
would be to have the matter refer
ed to arbitratorsc. In the recent
trouble between the Inter-Island
and the captains, the latter were
conceded to have gained a decided
victory. AH of which was well
enough in one wav, but for the
traveling public and that of ir-
ter-island merchants the in-con-venience
caused by the delavs in
shipping meant a great loss.
The appointment of janitors for
our public schools was hailed with
delight both bv teachers and pupil
a 1 i k e y However, the nonap
pe ranee of said janitors has caused
some speculation as to just wbea
this important personage will pat
in an appearance. In the mean-1
time Friday afternoon's manu-il 1
training continues to consist oi
gathering up germ-be-laden papers
banana peels, etc., by the school
When we secured Lhe sen-ices of Hartwig Haid
ers master brewer of one of the most famous
mainland breweries we did so with Che determi
nation of making our beer the equal of that brewed
anywhere. And in this we have succeeded be
yond our greatest expactions. Our
Whenever a man gets the idea
that the town cannot get along
without him he ought to go away
for a month or two. When he re
turns be will probably find that
his absence has not made any per
Bonuses aggregating 1.000,000
must be given if the convicted
labor leaders succeed in getting re
leased from the federal penitentiary
at Leavenworth Kansas. This rep-
esents $10,000 for each years
we would sav that the cause could j -ntence.
greatly strenghtened b y the !
establishment of a newspaper I
through the columns of which j
much information regarding the!
progress being made by the psrty i
could be given to a much larger j
number of people. ,
The Garden Island offers thej
use of its columns gratis to those ,
interested in woman sunrace and
cordially invites those sufficiently
interested in the subject to have no
hesitancy in taking advantage of
Somehow or other, everybody
seems to be entering the new vear
with renewed hope and faith in
its promises for a successful year.
Even the republicans are trying to
WA1MEA NEWS NOTES
Citv papers have a great deal of
fun at the expense of the country ,
newspaper because it details the.
little happenings of the community i
in which it is published; because
it mentions the commings and go
ings of people and other seemingly
unimponant personal mention. Of i
course there are things in some)
country papers which make even
an up-to-date country editor smile
Dr. Derby is back iniWaimea
and we are all glad to see him. for
his sen-ices are very dear to a few
The Hotel Bayyiew has been
very commodious to the many
traveling men as well as tourists
this week. Mr. Oliver is just as
hospitable as ever and the patrons
appreciate it greatly.
Mr. Morse and Miss M a b 1 e
Hastie were visitors in the Waimea
School Friday, 24th.
Mr. Brodit the ever helpful
Supervising Principal has been
But the editor who says. "Bill : visiting the schools on this side of
Jone? was in town yesterday and
left two big round cart wheels to
pay for a year's subscription. Come
again, Billy," are growing scarcer
each year. Even at the worst, the
little personals in the country
papers are honest and sincere, and
written in good faith, while the
society pages of the big dailies
contain columns upon columns of
fulsome flattery of men arid women
whose only 'claim to notoriety is
the fact that they have money with
which to buy their way into
"society." Not only is the country
newspaper man honest anil sincere
in his little, unimportant personal
items, but he plays n o favorites
he gives space to the rich and
Mrs. Eric Knudsen was t h
hostess at a luau at the Barking
Sand Saturday evening the 38th.
It was a grand moonlight evening
and the twenty-seven young people
enjoyed the horse back ride. After
the luau the participants went in
There was a farewell dance last
Friday night given for Mr. Haku
ole, Mr. Cushingham and M r
Miss Brown and Mr. Smith, the
bee man. are again welcome
visitors in Waimea district.
Now Read the Ads.
Superior to all others.
VO LINE OIL
pre-eminently the best lor Automobiles.
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
is not only on a par with the mainland leaders but
enjoys certain advantages not possessed by them.
It's "Brewed to Suit the Climate" and contains
n o preservatives. Guaranteed obsolutely pure
under the Food and Drugs Act of June 30. 1905.
Patronize your home industry.
HONOLULU BREWING- & MALTING CO.,
ThIJ'J'JHjNH (A I
P O. Box 54
HONOLULU SCRAP IRON CO.
C. II. BKOWN, Manager
iSCKAP IKON, HKASS. COI'J'KK AND
ShCONJ) HANI) MACHINIiRV
jjcawia St.. m ax J.um'ir I'owhk Static
TRENT TRUST CO., Ltd.
Member Honolulu Stock and Bond Exchange
Real Estate, Insurance, Trusts
WANTED Two or three first-class
agents on Kauai.
Fansteel" Electric Iron
Best on the Market
Honolulu Electric Co., Ltd.
House Wiring and Electrical Fixtures
Heating Apparatus of All Kinds
"Columbia" Drawn-wire Tungstan Lamps
Motors and Dynamos, all sizes in stock
Westinghouse Flaming Arc
a new lamp specially adapted for the
lighting of mills and yards.
Low maintenance cosl. High efficiency,
Long burning life.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
KING ST. HONOLULU
PLANT INSTALLATION AND REPAIRS
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Geo. A. Bertram, Proprietor.
General machine, Automobile and gas
engine repairs, auto supplies,
AGENTS FOR ACETELINE GAS LIGHTING CO.
We Are equipped with the very highest grade
American machine tools and our facilities for the
handling of automobile repair work are
Our efforts are to please our patrons, and a
trial will prove to you how easily it is done.
WE DELIVER THE GOODS
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Tel. 32 W. WAIMEA, KAUAI. P. O. Box K.
I w A L Cf HnPk' V i 'B
a vv; i vw ji ji ii m h
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g. Re-construction of old
vg jewelry. New settings for
precious stones. iijzk) S
jjp French designs in platinum jj
flip settings. Antique silver
designs. S I
Ideas and designs submitted. j-
1 1? 1
I! . &
If you -desire a good sewing ma
chine, ring up 1 77L and R. Maehala
will give you a demonstration on the
new style drop case Wilcox & Gibbs.
He can also show you an assortment
of styles in the new store at Nawili-wili.
R. MAEHALA, Agent
Tel. 1 77L. Store at Nawiliwili.
Mrs. Hans Isenberg was a return
ing passenger on t he Mikuhala
, from Honolulu.
I f .-r TJ . 1 F T T
' viewer re;uraea irom Ho
Mi and Mrs. Arthur Rice are
guests o f friends and relatives,
having arrived on the Mikahala
The Hani: of Hawaii and new
Past office building is receiving its
interior coat of paint.
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