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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1913
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY SEPT. 23rd. 1913
Issued-tvery iuesua. j
Lntered at the post omce ax liquor commissioners' meeting dur
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class itlsr its lnst session, the manage-,
' matter. ment ot the Lihue Plantation went I
Subscription- Rates s2.o0 PKRon record as not be5ng opposed to
YKAR. SI. 50 FOR
Advertising Rates, 75 Cents
An Inch Per Month.
E. B. Bridgewatkr.
The return of Supervisor of I
Schools. H. H. Brodie trotn his
summer vacation, will give the
public an opportunity to hear from
him in recard to some of the un
cxplaiuable occurrences which
took place when teachers for the
ensuing year were appointed. At
the time, Mr. Brodie had arranged
to leave the Territory immediatelv
following the meeting of the board.
Shortly after the meeting, several
little thing cropped out. concern
ing matters which he was supposed
to have had a hand in. One of the
mo?t important was the treatment
of the principal of the Hanapepe
School, Mr. Morse having been
dropped without notice. The pub
lic resented this action aud this
paper took up the matter, with the
result that the principal, through
the good offices of Kauai's Com
missioner. Mr. Brandt, was rein
stated. As Mr. Brodie was away at
the time of this occurrence, there
was no desire to offer further cri
ticism until his return. He is now
here and should be and probably
is, able to explain the situation.
Another unfortunate phase in the
Morse affair, is the fact that Mr.
Taylor of Maui had in the mean
time been appointed to the Hana
pepe school in place of Morse, and
before he could be officially noti
fied of the reiristatemsut. all of
his furniture had beet, disposed of
and the personal effects of himself
and wife pocked and shipped to
Honolulu en route to their new
home. Ou reaching Houoluln. Mr.
and Mrs. Taylor found they had
been cut adrift as it were. We
believe Mr. Taylor has since been
appointed teraporarv inspector dur
ing the absence of one of the in
spectors. Sea reel v a teacher on the island
of Kanat bet his criticised Brodie
ccarge ot cis cttties as inspector, .
uc ia.!,;. t k tiu; i-iu; .
tng tea: ive talis tco mccc.
ustes .ur oroo-.e can expia-.a
a znmber o: things on the apis, to,
the satisfaction of those to whom
these matters refer, and : o the
peblie ia general, it would be a.
wise move to replace him vsitfc the
13 Taylor, who has been mace
to Jt:e: sock irconvexierscies
throe; a 3rocie"s aeliocre acmiais-
It is saii bv Aase irao are in a
rsiaea to know, that xboc: all
ibtlitv Mr. 3rci;e has. is the
rtse;: o: ah.2t sixteen years" tx
jexitssce : ibe ELieajtere scisool
TSait this ts tbe srst aac ody
scbea be has ever taarfat.
We do 30c xi to sav Mr. Brocie
is iaoMsjee3t. His acts concera-ia-t
tii i -ro-i! of sosate of ocr
tisch-ers. coc-es h i zs witaot::
fcrtbtr coce: .
FjKMOTtC'.T jr.as:tieeBtan H.
?. Wcijd. had sooethiag to say to
a repacter of this rer vriuie ;k;
kner was ia Ust week.
Trkich was aoizr.i" if aot to the
aotrt. I: seesns that Mr. We
had. re?oeited assistaace ia secur
ing data for the reiser which is
esec in oaaaectios witc Katiai.
yOErattetiag." said be. "willscoa
be here, sue i is esseatial that we
hare the folder corrected to date
by that time, in order to place
correct iniorrairioa before to:
aea:bers of the varioes asiccia-
ioas whose representasves will b
present. I have written Sr. J
M. Lvdgate coaceraiag tcis data
bet a s vet have heard aothiag."
He also statd tJhat Mr. Legate
had kiadlv oaeed to assist ia the
formation of a folder scos to ap
pear ia connection witk tbe ex
ploit; ion of what Kaoai had to
oser the homesteader a a d the
Wkatkvsr else may said of the
aceseat snperintendent of poblic
iastrnctioB. he atos; be credited
with frankness and generoosity.
Fraakae-v; ia that he doesn't hes
itate to tell bow the
is piliag as away as sixty odd
children on some of oar teachers,
aad generous ia that tbe depart
raenc peraaits this state of affairs
rather than exercise a little com
mon semse is the appointment of a
-ittjfickat aember of teachers to
'gm with. It's tbe same old shee
only oa a asserear toot,
doing the lest we cAn,' says
1 Brother Gibson, and this is about
I what a donkev would do if he were
, trying to sing.
According to statements at the
j the establishment of a liquor busi-
ness ia Kapaia. When it comes to
a pvstoffiee and police protection
for the people, its a different mat
ter. Which would be best for the
people, a booze joint, or a postoffice
and protection for their homes?
There are manv ideas of Christi
anity in this busy world ot ours,
and it would seem that the Lihue
Plantation has a variety especially
adapted to its own special mental
calibre which to say the least is
scarcely worthy of imitation.
Rr.MOR has it that a Makaweli
man is being talked of for the post
mastership at Lihue. As this ru
mor comes from Honolulu, and
from a democratic source, there is
more than ordinarx interest to be !
attached to it. It is a good billet,
and if we did not feel sure that
the Lihue Plantation would finally
forgive and forget and thus allow
us to take that Hanaraaulu post-!
office . we would turn democrat and ,
beat that Makawvli man to the Li-:
We heard a good definition of
backbone the other day. A young ;
school boy said: "The -ackbont?
looks like a string of spools. Our
beads sit on one end of it, sod we
sit on the other." A lobster, it
washed bv the sea upon the beach. ;
will lie there and die unless an- -other
wave comes and washes him t
back. He has no backbone. It is'wonidnot carrv a letter for yoa
surprising to see how many human i cnless it is perfumed? It has to
lobsters turn up when it comes :ojfcavt lwo oents on it or it won't
putting the shoulder to the wheel i co.
in aid of community progress. t "
Talk about The Garden Is
land as an advertising medium.
Why. last Thursdav one of our
subscribers pulled np before this
otnee and asked the editor to insert
an ad. saying that he had found a
watch. Ye Editor got besy and
blamed it the owner didn't call for
that time-piece before we got die
typ np. Now. say advertising
1 he St. louis papers nave nopes
of making St. Louis the center of
the fur trade of the United States.
We should think that it is too fur
:ur it to
tjcctsstciiy :nr-tner tne enterprise
jht probably a little f cr-f etched '
rr.: it xs tne best we can oo ati
present. The free tarin has cut
short the pun crop as well as somei
A phjocsat:c paper is said toj will be as independent as a man
be about a bomin" in Honolulu. It "P a :rK-
is to be a morning sheet, and will , 2 pity Sam Hundley
probably issue from t h e Aloha couldn't have hooked onto one o"f
Aiaa omce. I: the democrats can- jhotse ice-cakes. It would go mightv
no: show ra re executive ahi-J jyce these hot days.
lirv and sticitoitiveaesi ia titei . - , .
aewsparer business than thev ha KS-N an ?as! t-he
3 sele-ction of a governor, tbe tc nae.a co!ars :of plci
- ' k-'v K- Jn- mg a tin tull 01 bemes. it is ante
?aee. a ... ..ej uxe a coram ..... ...
t to operate oa mm tor dampaooiiuc.
Ot-K 3cos:er delegates have gone j That the pineapple industry of
to Hoaolulc to help place the Gar-' tbe Territory has grown beyond
eta Island oo the tourist map. We,n experimental stage is deaions
hcre that aav action npoa the par: J bv Jcccess or tbe ah:-
o: oar delegates will aot result ia . awa growers.
briagiac any more newspaper area ; Ovhxpsodcction of pines are
to Kacai as there is oae too raaay expected to cause a slight cut ia
Mxceael Maysrio:. aatfaor of 1
" Tbe Ho'.v Citv." is dead. He was
a brother o f James Maybrk
death i 1 Eaglaad on a charge oi'L -
:. ... . .. .
raised a racket ia his life before,
defeat the caamptoa teaats player .
of the district, it has some aerve,
to challeare aavthiagta Hondulc.
Axr now the Sesate proposes to
raise the iaccave tax oa large tor
to'ws at 5 per ceit oa 5IX.CX or
more. We wish these idlers woetd
qui: atonkeyiag with Ye Editor's
1 The Fourth of Tcly ia Philip-
added plavgrocnds for! piaes evidently means more tbaa it
althv strteis ia'tbe berr:does to as at least, socfa wocid
of the citv and
and afteen cent side-
Thx Chicaso board ai health de-
partment says that kissias is aot
danerous. Well, it is altogether
owing to how. who.
Mkxs maa doesn't know much
about slit skirts but an old bacbe-
lor can tel! yoc some bard lek)idi ai'oK ia tbe right
storks about siii pants.
IiTtTnT t p o "n nr Trrrrn n rm rill f
I ffi B 18
Mr. Dougherty having just return
ed from New York and other jewelry
centers, where he selected a large
and beautiful assortment of jewelry,
silverware and crystal of the newest
desigus, announces that :n Septem
ber, October or November he will
visit Kauai and have the pleasure of
showing these examples of the high
est art in the jeweler's and silver
The exact date that Mr. Dougherty
will be oh Kauai will be announced
Did vou know that Uncle Son
chance." AIwr- (
Pakhtn. the lMem's AoiVv." !
I Bnttetia. I
Now whose the liar?
EDITORIAL COMMENT 1
The new county building is
rapidly becoming a concrete fact.
The tennis championship i s
Koloa. with her winter league,
is making an early start for next
That hotel and transportation
booster combination is a step in
I the proper direction.
. ( Astist Ritcncock is among
those who know where t o find
scenery worthv of his brush.
If 3roadbents cocosnut grove
continues to hit it up as at present.
tits mirVt Kr wnv fsorW rf!?
cause growers to pine about
Fkox all appearances, it would
rTrvnolRlt-- for lh rr-
..i t.: .vin ; ,vu
Robsesv committed oa Friday
stec witcia three
hours, sentenced to a year
reeif oa the followiag Monday.
This is the Kanai way. And it's
mighty affective, too.
"Telixsc the trath." aa article
appearing oa the froat page ia this
issoe. is a sample of what might be
written about most any comma
aitv. aad it contains some thing else
besides foolishness, too. Better
read it careielly. tbea have year
apcear :rom a report ia a letter I
from C ha -lie Makee. who says thej
demonstradons beat znythias he
bad ever sees aad be it remem-
fcered that Chaikc is ao spring
Ths ladies of the Mokihaaa
Clnb are tq be coagratnlated. The
art dub which has come into exis-
tence. is tbe only common sense
emb that ha reeenuv ttoen or
raaiiietf. Success to tbe dub. It
MILTON & PARSONS
Invite the Ladies of Kau. i
when in Honolulu to c l. and
inspect t h e r gcods,
make a rest room of
Fort S:., Hoaolcln
F. E. DAYIS & CO.
HONOLTXU. T. H.
XtTiSV and PIEBCHJLST SlRETT
Blacksmith supplies. Wag
oas. Buggies, Harness. Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
Has added a new six-seater
Stadebcker to his garage
aad is in a postt'on to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Carefol
drivers, comfortable cars, and
always ready to start.
DAY OR NIGHT SERVICE
Centrally located aud best ccisiae
octside of Honolulu.
Bread French loaf.
Piea Like yocr mother used
Cakes Th&t melt ia your
Ice cream For the little kids
bis kids suaranteed
Phone 22 L-
If you wash to travel in com
fort aa.3 safe.?
TeL 225 L.
KAPAIA AUTO CO.
Reason ibCe Xi.a ir.d Care
JUtiLimJILIf"!" llll"Hi I'l1 till' II I III I I i I "'
All the flin
If vmi nilpml nnv (,' till
big college gami-jy on litxl
.bat the ball alum in-uriaoii ' 17JBk,J'
used is the Kb AC H VI-1 It I AI; 5SvSfi.:,
AMEP.ICAN LEAGUE l''W&m'?X
College men won't haw n.i ilnng '.SCiWfcJ
but the J.ti) i tnai iy v.ey u "
Tfe 88k Bail
l oiw mta know i"i !!'- J'each
American I-eaime for Uiiycati.n.illa I he
balicanleuMllaanyT.etii!tii:i':i!nr. l'tle -
The Ktich Tradf-mark on allSpcrllni CooilJ U
ladlon. a ntw artlde cr Jt,nr money nacu iciccpi on wi " VS','
nlM.1 Mtlwrltr of th American Uwroe. . '""'"n; "? ,?, "
Vbenea. fcdjelale,recor(U,4c. 10 cenu at dealtt' 01 by maJ.
......... mav 11 .
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for the Territory of HauJaii
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UNION FEED CO.
Dealer :n Grain and Feed
Maaafacturer of tbe p.pu'. u
We also carry a line of
chicken feed which lu no
Island Trade Solicited.
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Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
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