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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1913
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY OCT. 7th. 1913
Entered at the post office at
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class
Subscription Ratbs $2.50 Pek
yxar, si. 50 for six months
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An Inch Per Month.
E. B. Bridgewater, Editor
Accordixg to the Advertiser,
the fnm hi up touches aie lung
added to the Mid-Pacific Carni.-M
Poster which is to be a work of
, art in four colors. Eleven thouv
J and are to be printed, many of
j which will be distributed broad
j cast throughout the United States,
i The printing is being done at the
Advertiser's office and is a striking ,
example of what can be accom
plished in this line by a local con-(
WE all nant somelhing in this world
that ve can never gel, and ve all will
go under, sooner or later, vilh some
Wish ungratified. Yet let us not be
discouraged. There can't be dark
days all the time. We should remem
ber that the clouds be blown away
and leaoe us their sucerv limns, it our
friends forsake us, let us think not of
the achins void within our hearts, though
the friends we make should go out of
our lives after awhile, leaving a hurl
that is worse than the emptiness before
Complaint has reached this pa
per of the protniscous running at
large of stock in the vicinity of
Waimea and Kekaha. Some
month.-; ago, this same condition
prevailed to such an extent a? to
cause considerable feeling, and
owners of such stock should make
it their business to keep it within
t h e bounds o f their property.
When the matter was before the
public, there seemed to be no wav
of determining who could be held
responsible for the conditions. In
order to eliminate this possibility,
in this instance, it would be ad
visable for the citizens living in the
communities where tne law is dis
regarded, to get up a petition and
have same presented to the sheriff
who would then be in a position to
move in the matter. Any move in
this direction will meet with the
hearty support of this paper.
The Journal of the American
Medical Association has laid its j
profaning hands upon the common i
towel and says it is full of germs.
We deem it unnecessary to say j
anything in defense of The Gar- ,
den Island's printing office towel. !
It is strong enough to take care of
itself against any attacks of the
medical profession and is abun
dantly able to stand alone.
gl ljj4 WVJVi.iMi- J.B I uKdU theREACH OFFIClALrS A fl
tjH!um AMERICAN LEAGUE I5ALL. jl)V.f ..Tk j
It is rather interesting to note
that in case of war between the
United States and anv foreign
power. Missouri, the "show me"
state, could put 721.166,000 sold
iers in the field with ages running
from IS to 44 At this rate, the en
tire United States could muster up
something like fifty million fight
ing men in case of a pinch.
A medical journal tells people
how to lie when asleep. Lots of,
people don't need anv instructions!
in lying while awake. Guess these k
are the ones xho are included in i
the journal's instructions. What t
gits us in regard t6 this statement, j
is how the journal learned of Li j
Announce Mr. Dougherty's visit
to Kauai within the next few
weeks, when he will take pleasure
in showing the many beautiful
articles recently collected from the
leading artist jewelers, and gem
merchants of America and Europe.
Special thought has
leen given t o the
selection o f articles
for Christinas ami
If Kuhio is correctlv quoted.
Governor Pinkham has b:m in the
air. In so much as the delegate is
reported to have "scored the sugar
planters, " it's a pretty safe bet, that
he'll remain in the air for some
time to come.
The first authentic topographi
cal map of Kauai has just been
completed, this office having re
ceived one through the courtesv
of W. A. Hardy director of Water
Sources of Kauai. The map i s
about four feet square, being of a
most convenient size for an ofnee
wall. Supervising Principal of
Schools, H. H. Brodie. is endeavor
ing to have the schools of Kauai
supplied with the map, having
written to the department to this
effect. The maps are on sale ?t
forty cents ea h. Mr. Hardv of
Waimea, having a limited supply.
Treascrer Conkling is right in
his claims that county officials who
allow laxity to creep into their
offical duties are equal in guilt
to those who deliteratdy put their
angers into the public coffers.
Continued from page 1.
With all that hath been thed
about Harrv Thaw, there ithnoevi
denth of anvone who thaw, thaw,
thaw out of the inthane athylum.
Thee the point?
A good motto f o r the Ball
Moosers would te: "Boss Collars
on the Donkey and the Elephant,"
but "No Noose on the Bull
Ax exchange speaks of a head
And now it i s aic that :he
"Mutt" club is about to :' a 1 1 j trimmer in a millinery store. Guess
through owing to the in?bility of 4 means a hat trimmer. A barber
the prospective members to select i' a 'azad trimmer.
a suitable Chief Mutt. The Ha-j
namaulu people, the people who One half of the world doesn't
have been denied their rights as know how tbs other hdf lives and
citizens worthy of police protec- the other half is going to see that
tion and the accomodation of a, the one half never finds out.
postoffice, could settle this point ;
in a jiffy, and it certainlv would! Royal Mead savs Wilson runs
give them the greatest pleasure! Congress. Well, and why shouldn't
imaginable to be asked to point out '. nt Isn't he it?
one of the chiefest and muttiest ,
Mutts one that they could
guarantee to be head and shoulders
above any other living animal of
;n nni' h 'frir wliioh t. 1i o VRndfrpm
would gather after the camp dinner and I
tell tal of the wonders" they had en
ootinteivd during the day, and the deeds
of prowess f the different members of
Uk party and the wjienfitic knowledge
they had" gained, aud finally they would
roll up in their blankets, before the fire,
and drop on" into healthy slumber. This
wa interrupted the second night, by a
lw -diower of rain which came up
soddenlv and drove them all into the
eanva? feanto which served as kitchen I
and zeneral !xadquarters, but as a rule
the nichls were very delightful, the ele
vation at this point being a trifle over
i(yV) feet aliore fea level, and a good
camp fire adding very much to the pleasures-
of camp life, by dispelling the cold.
The las! nizhl of camp the large old
lehua tree which had i.-en serving as a
back cround for the camp fires, becom
ing Hndermined. suddenly swayed out
and fell with a craili to the ground.
Lucidly for the campers, however, it
fell away iram them and not towards
then , so no one tt hurt.
Monday morning, the downward re
turn journey was made to Waimea and
Lihne, the two small pigs were picked up
at KElMtluainanu and wme of the deli
cious black lierries" which abound there at
this -tawn, many of the plants
jnwins wild were enjoyed, and Foon the
heat of the lower regions was encountered
once iikjjv and the "pleasures of life on
Kauai at an altitude of 4000 feet and
HKe became only a pleasant memory.
If the true story of your life ap
peared in book form, would you
want vour children to read it?
MILTON & PARSONS
Fort St., Honolulu
The new Lihue Store building
is nearing completion, and we
might be excused for saying that
the Japane.se what-you-may-call-it,
which occupies a position on the
corner in front of the store should
be removed as a safety to the pub
lic. There being an opening on
either side of this "piece of art."
slightly confuses one in making
the corner. Several instan- )s can
be sighted where accident have
been narrowly averted at this point,
each being due to the presence of
Thirty-Seven of the 99 Iwiloi
denizens have been tagged with
deportation tickets. The balance
will be apprehended, later in better
districts of the citv, where they
have perhaps already secured em
ployment as "nurse girls," in the
homes o f unsuspecting, devoted
parents. History repeats itself, as
it will be remembered that about
the same condition as they have in
Honolulu at present prevailed
there a number of years ago, with
results as above predicted.
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Prompt and careful atten
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Bread -French loaf.
Pies Like your mother
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Ice cream For the little kids
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If you wish to travel in com
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Reasonable Rates and Care
It is said by some that a certain
Hardy Waimea guide recently
headed a Dole-ftil trio up the foot
Hills b xk of Waimea but that on
reaching the summit, all joined in
a Gay party. When asked about,
it, the guide gave a Hardv laugh,
Charlie gave anything but a Dole-!
ful grin, while the thirst destroyer, ;
gazed wistfully at the foot Hills, '
as if expecting a little porker to '
emerge from the blue haze envelop-'
ing the mountain top.
a new six-seater
to his garage
and is in a position to give
his patrons even better service
than ever before. Careful
drivers, comfortable cars, and
always ready to start.
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They average 25 per cent
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