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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, "JUNE
THE GARDEN. ISLAND
first introduction to his new
is new posi-! .
tion in a nieetinr of Hit
the appointment of the
TUESDAY JUNE 17th. 1913
force for the coming year.
Entered at the post office nt
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class
SuilSCUII'TION Ratks $2.50 Pku
YKAR, 51.50 l'OR SIX MONTHS
Advertising Ratks, 75 Cknts
An Inch Per Month.
E. B. Bridgewater, Editor
K. C. Hopper, Manager
See a fly anq kill 1,000,000.
Pilgramages to vacation resorts
will soon be under way.
According to rumor Oahu has a
two-legged colt. But Kauai should
worry, it has several two-legged
Now conies a saintist who tells
us that the high cost of living is a
myth. It causes a lot of us to myth
eating what we want.
Many a modern daughter who
can turkey trot all night in a ball
room shies at a dish-rag in the
There is some talk of amending
the name of that Lihue Social Club
so as to make it the "I. O. U."
club. O. U. Kids!
It is said that a tree has been
discovered on Hawaii, that bears
meat. We'd like to meet that kind
of a tree some pleasant morning
about breakfast time.
An exchange savs a Chicago
girl dropped three stories and is
unhurt. As a boy, if we told that
many, we got badly slippered.
Providence i s doing for the
London anti-suffraries what they
were powerless' to do for them
selves an epidemic of lockjaw has
broken out among the Champions
of the cause.
"They say Link hasn't a ghost
of a show, but I'll not believe it
till I see him coming back with
out it," said a prominent Lihueite
the other day. And then it rained.
Louis F. Post of Chicago, has
been appointed assistant secretar3r
of the department of labor. He is
the editor of The Public, a weekly
publication at Chicago and is said
to be a well-Posted man.
In the past, there were oc
casionally spots on the government
roads free from stock, but of late
the public highway is litterally
strewn with them. To have a law
that no one can or will enforce is
worse than none at all.
What has become of that Kauai
harbor bill? If Lihue is to get it,
why not ask that some definite ac
tion some real move be taken in
the matter. Are we to permit a
little two-by-twice governorship
to stop a proposition of such local
i-iERK's tliree-tinies-tliree t o r
our new superintendent of public
instruction! And may he be capa
ble of paddling his own canoe.
Mr. Gibson s appointment meets
the approval of the teachers of the
Territory, which fact establishes
him on a substantial footing at the
To continue to n 1 1 o w its
customers' meat to become an in
cubator for teeming millions of
filthy, riggling maggots, and a
depository for all soils of f.lth
which is blown directly in on the
meat, exposed on a Hat table near
the door even though it be tor
no longer than a month or so
when fifteen cents worth of cheese
cloth and a little common sen.se
would remedy the matter, is in
deed most remarkable, and en
tirely at variance with a pohcy
conducive to the best interests of
a concern adopting it. Cleanli
ness should not necessarily depend
upon cold storage.
A game of baseball wherein
neither team scores up to the 7lh.
and then both tie, i s certainly
worthy of a place among the pro
fessional class. This is what hap
pened at Kilauea Sunday, when
Koloa played the home team The
fact that 10 innings were reqtiiied
to decide the game, and that the
score was l to l gave turUier evi
dence of professionalism. Another
interesting of the game was the
manner in which Umpire Sanborn
Handled the game. The Koloa team
praising his work in the highest
terms. All in all, the firjt series
has come to-au end in a most s- tis
The McBryde baseball team b.i-
established a new record for
straight winning. The boys have
played excellent ball during tl;.' en
tire season, and fully deserve the
honor they have attained in annex
ing first place. The Kauai base
ball league is in some respects, like
Kentucky booze, i t intoxicates
the fans (with delight') and im
proves with age, each year giving
the fans improved dope. T h e
league has a reputation throughout
the Territory as an example of
successful baseball. And itJias
justly earned this reputation too.
One of the reasons for the
pheuominal success o f the Mc
Bryde team is that the members
use their heads in the game instead
of trusting entirely to the linib-aud
leg method. Head work counts
90 per cent in a good ball game.
"The Railroad Timekccftr of Jlmetica"
The name "The Railroad Time
keeper of America" belongs to the
Hamilton Watch not only because
it actually surpasses the Railroad
standards of accuracy but because
of this interesting proved record:
Over one-half of the railroad
men on American roads where
Official Time Inspection is main
tained carry the Hamilton Watch.
We have the Hamilton Watch
in standard sizes for men and
women at 3S;50 to $160.
We are the Official Time Inspec
tors for the Oahu Railway and
Fly Catechism Whieh if Ap
plied Would make For
Mr. W. H. Stewart, of the Honolulu
Electric Company, is now and will be for
some time, located at the Fairview Hotel,
and will be pleased to quote you on electric
wiring and fixtures, generating plants and
all other electrical appliances. Y
find him by ringing up 22 L.
to he used by
Waimea Machine & Automobile Works
Geo. A. Bertram, Proprietor.
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(No Operator Required)
Will Save Time
Eliminate Unnecessary Trips
Save Temper Often
of your plantation, ranch, store, etc,
Write, Call or Vire to
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For Full Information
ihe scnooi year is Hearing an
end and the usual steamer time
tables are being consulted for there
are but few of our teachers but
auticipats a vacation trip. There
is one noticeable feature about our
school inarms this year one which
has occasions remarks they are
not the thread worm , physical
wrecks as has been the case in the
past, this condition being due to
the adaptation of a system of
teaching which permits them to do
their work even better than ever,
with less worry and anxiety.
Commission of Education Brandt
who succeeds Hon. W. II. Rice, is
a man especially qualified for the
position, having during his long
residence on the island, attained
the reputation as a pains-taking,
capable, thorough business man.
He is manager of Bishop & Co's
branch bank, besides being
connected with various enterprises
having for their object, the pro
gress of his community. His se
lection by Governor Frear meets
hearty public approval o f and
especially the teaching staff. Mr.
Brandt will leave this afternoon for
Honolulu, where he will get the
1. Where is the fly born? In
manure and filth.
Where does the fly live? In
every kind of filth.
3. Is anything too filthy for the
fly to eat? No.
4 (a) Where does he go when he
leaves the surface closet and the
manure pile and the spittoon? Into
the kitchen and butchershop.
(b) What does he do there? He
walks on the meat he wipes his feet
on the steak and bathes in the
a. Does the 11 y visit the patient
sick with tyhoid fever, consunip
tion and cholera infantum? He
Poes and he may call o u you
o. is uie ny dangerous.' Hs is
man's worst pest, and more danger
ous than wild beasts or rattle
snakes. 7. What diseases does the fly
carry? H e carries tvhoid fever,
consumption and summer com
plaint. How? On 'his wings and
hairy feet. What is his correct
name? Tyhoid fly.
8. Did he ever kill anyone? He
killed more American soldiers
during the Spanish-American war
than did the bullets of the
9. Where are the greatest num
ber of cases of tyhoid fever, con
sumption and summer complaint?
Where there are most flies.
10. Where are the most flies?
Where there is the most filth.
11. ' Why should we kill the flv?
Because he may kill us.
12. When shall we kill the flv?
Kill him before he gets wings.
kill him when he is a maggot in I
the manure pile kill him while
he is in the egg state.
13. How? Keep the stable dry and
clean and don't allow any manure !
to stay on the premises longer!
than one week. Be sure to have all ,
other filth and trash accumulating
on vour premises removed or burn
ed at least once a week. ,
The life of a fly is limited to,
1,500 feet. j
If you can free your neighbor- j
hood of flies it will stay free.
A good wav to do this is to or
ganize your block.
Unite with your neighbors to
clean up every spot where flies
Then each of you get a flytrap.
Don't set it in the house,
Ail the Big
If you attend an of the
Mir rnllnrm trn mne vnn ivtll ftnA
mat tn ball almost invariably VWt!Vs?N.
used is the REACH OFHCIALHW$t,
t-onege men won t nave aiiyimnr; n&35
. Official j
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College man know too t'mt tl,e Keach Call lias beu adopted by the
America a League for ten yearb, cud la the Olficlnl League liull. No other
ball can be used in any League game. Trice everywhere J1.25.
Th: Ktacti TMae-marK cn 211 spon:aj uoooa is a guarantee 01 quality it means sat!:-
a new article or your money back (except on Ualis ana Bau cnJcr Sl.vt).
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serki. bsbedules, records, 4c. 10 cents at dealers' or uy uiall.
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