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THE GARDKN ISLAND TUliSDAY, JUNE 10. 1913
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWlLl, KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kaaai,
all hours, Day and Night
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd., at Nawiliwili, Kauai
"A HIGH FLYER"
The Royal Tailors are as buisy as ever at
ELEELE'S TEMPLE OF FASHION where they have been
since January laft. Ring up 71 W., or better .Still, come right in
and leave your measure for a suit.
J. I. SILVA
BOYS, SHE WILL NEVER BURST.
Vulcanizing Co., Lid.
at Honolulu having
been abolished by
Act of the legisla
ture after June 30,
1913. This depart
ment can receive no
con si gnments of
produce from farm
ers after that date.
VICTOR S. CLARK,
Commissioners of Immi
gration, Labor & Statistics.
From Mr. Hardy's report of the
rain fall of the island, it is learned
that on the top of Waealeale there
were thirty-three feet of rains fall
during 1912. It is from this
tremendeous supply of water that
our various prosperous plantations
get their water.
Mrs. John Madeira? who has
been visiting friends in California
for sometime is expected home on
the 25th of June.
A Chinamen died at the Koloa
hospital one day last week as tlie
result of an accident in connection
with a cane car.
Mrs. Wm. Puaoi, Sr., is visiting
relatives and friends in Honolulu.
Mr. and Mrs. A. Kaulukou o f
Lihue were in Koloa last Sunday
attending the ball game. They re
mained over for evening services
at the church.
Rev. Mr. Lydgate held his re
gular monthly services in the Ko
loa church last Sunday.
Jacob Watson, of Inline, was in
Koloa last Sunday, the guest of
his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Jas.
Mr. and Mrs. Charley Gray of
Kapaa, took in the Kuwaihau-Ko-loa
game here last Sunday.
Miss Bernice Hundley of Kealia
came over Sunday to witness the
Antone Perry is again employed
in the Koloa Trading Co's. store.
Mr. and Mrs. L. Medeiros were
guests at a wedding in Kealia last
The Korean school here cele
brated its first anniversary on June
Mrs. Emma Hoon Yun Sun.
daughter of Mr. Anakalca, died on
Sunday evening. June first, at htr
sister's home in Koloa.
Joe Jacinth has resigned h i s
position as clerk in the Koloa
Trading Co's. store.
Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Kula spent
Saturday night the guests of
friends in Kealia.
A new member put in its
pearance at the home of Mr.
Mrs. Sol. Kaulili, June 4th.
is certainly a handsome girl.
E. Borghn was an arrival on
Hon. C. W. Spitz was among
the returning passengers on the
Kinau from Honolulu Wednesday
Light, white, always right
Sperry Flour. tf.
WHEN IN NEED OF
Paper Bags, Twines,
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, VicePrea & Mgr
UNION FEED CO.
Dealers in Grain and Feed.
Manufacturer of the popular
We also carry a line of
chicken feed which has jio
Island Trade Solicited.
we all will admit it, but on the
other hand we must admit that the
road may be made pleasant if not
As surely as tlurc is truth in the
statement that no wise mother can
deal the same with all her children
so it is true that no teacher can
govern all her classes in exactly
the same way. I have often found
that it is the simplest devices that
work the best results.
What teacher is (here who has
not talked position during recita
tion? The children cannot be ex
pected to see things as they look
to the teacher who is standing be
fore the class, and the teacher, for
getting this, soon falls into the
habit of nagging" unless she be
It occurred tn me one day that if
only I could make the children see
list how the poor positions looked
to me from my place of vantage,
n the front of the room, I might
be able to obtain the results I so
wanted. Accordingly, w i t h o u t
giving the children an idea o f
what was in my mind, I invited
two pupils whose positions had
troubled me greatlv to sit one on
either side of niv desk and be visi
tors during a reading lesson.
Naturally they were delighted
with the idea.
When the lesson was finished
I casually remarked to the class
that always after I had visited
schools I told them what I had
seen, and so I thought it but fail
that we should hear from our visi
tors to-day, for the idea in having
them was to find out just how
our school would impress a really,
truly visitor. The criticisms given
by those little folks were certainly
to the point, for they had really
been seeing things as they looked
t o me. Ihey not only criticised
those whose positions were not
good, but they had a good word
for, those who had been a credit to
the school. I did not deliver a
long lecture relative to the benefits
I hoped to reap from this method,
but just asked the class if they
didn't think it would be a good
idea to have such visitors oc
casionally. They agreed that it
would, and now each day I am
besieged with May we have visi
tors to-day?" I plan to call the
names by cards so that each one
shall have a turn. It has helped
more than any device I've tried
for a long time, and so I pass it on
as a help to some one else.
After the pupils have become
familiar with a number of phono
grams and know the names and
sounds of the letters of the alpha-
b e t the following is a helpful
Let each child be provided with
small box containing familiar
phonograms and with.another box
containing the letters of the alpha
bet. 1 he teacher draws a box on
the board and writes a phonogram
in it, as: Un. Kach pupil selects
the same phonogram from his box
of phonograms and lays it on his
desk. The exercise i s for each
pupil to make as manv words as
he can, using for this purpose the
letters from his alphabet box there
are many letters of the same kind
in each boxj. After the phono
gram is selected at a signal from
the teacher the pupils begin work.
As soon as a pupil has formed all
the words he can, he stands and
reports the number of words form
ed. The pupil forming most
words wins. The teacher calls
upon each pupil to name his words,
as: man, fan, tan. ran, etc. Others
name word or words they have that
have not been named. The teach
er then has each pupil write on
board from memory all the words
he has made if not room at the
blackboard for all, a part may
write on paperj
An excellent langtiaee lesson in
connection is to have each pupil
give a sentence or story using each
of the words formed
The Board of License Conimis
sioners for the County of Kauai
will hold a meeting at the County'
Office Building on Thursday, July
10th. 1913, at ten o'clock A. M. to
consider the application of M. B.
Fernandes and Jos. A. Souza for a
Wholesale License to sell intoxi
cating liquors at Kapaia. Kauai,
under the provisions of Act 119.
Session laws of 1912.
All protests or objections against
the issuance of a license under
said application should b c filed
with the Secretary of the Board
not later than the time set for said
W. I). McBkydij
Secretarv Board of License Coin
mi soueis. (June 3, 10, 17, 24.)
Patronize Those Who
Advertise in Your
II. F. Wiclinian & Co.
Wall & Dougherty.
Hawaiian Electric Co.
Honolulu Electric Co.
Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
T. H. Da vies .t Co.
Lowers ik Cooke, Ltd.
N. S. Saeh's Co.
Territorial Mesi-cnger Service.
I.ovujoy it Co.
Honolulu Brewing Co.
Silva's Toggery, Ltd.
Grain & Feed.
California Feed Co.
Iron & Steel Supplies.
Oreiiflein. Arthur Koppel Co.
Honolulu Iron Works.
Hnwnii South Sea Curio Co.
. F. E. Davis & Co.
Jas. F. Morgan Co., Ltd.
Bishop & Co., Bankers.
Kershner Vulcanizing Co.
Benson Smith & Co.
Ilollister Drug Co.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
American Hawaiian Paper Co.
Hawaiian Trust Co.
Honolulu Music Co.
Auto and Supplies.
Schunian Carriage Co.
Sperry Flour Co.
AVaimea Stables, Ltd.
Waimea Machine Shop.
Kawaibau Auto Co.
L. Y. Tim.
The Kapaia Auto Co.
Mendes it Soua.
General Merchandise. -
Koloa Plantation Store.
J. I. Silva.
Philip L. Bice.
The Bank of Hawaii.
Libue Poultry Farm,
County of Kauai, (bridge tenders.)
14 II II I. 1.
County of Kauai, Macadamizing.
K. E. Mablum, Notice.
Circuit Court, (May Uandall.)
Circuit Court, (Elizabeth Hart.)
Kauai Athletic Associations, (bids.)
Lost, Waimea Water Co., Ltd.
Lost, Waimea Water Co.
Mrs. J. K. Gandall.
Fourth Taxation Division.
Territory Hawaii Land Sale.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
' LIHUE BRANCH
Lniuu, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong K,ong
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. A'e per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposns. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up ro
S2.500 in any one account.
Sai'K Deposit Boxes for
RKNT $2 AND S3 A YEAR
Geo. Bertram of Waimea re
turned from Honolulu last Wednes
day after a brief business trip to