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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 14, 1913
THE GARDEN ISLAND
TUESDAY OCT. 14th. 1913
Entered t the post office at
Lihue, Kauai, as second-class
Subscription Ratbs S2.50 Pbk
YRAR. SI. 50 FOR SIX MONTHS
Advertising Ratbs, 75 Cbnts
An Inch Per Month.
E. B. Bridgewatbr, Editor
It has come at last. Prominent
citizens, some nineteen in number.
have filed a petition
THE with Sheriff Rice, ask
STOCK ing that some definite
LAW step be taken in regard
' to our stock law. As
suggested in this paper in our last
issue, this seems the proper
course to pursue, and one which
will most likely be productive o f
results. There are many who dis
refiard the present antequated
stock law which provides that all
fences shall be a certain height be
fore loose stock can be impounded.
There is a new law, however, the
effects of which will probably be
felt by these violaters before they
can ba convinced that the public
road is not a general pasture Re
ports of damaged cars from having
come into contact with stock on
the public highways, are almost of
daily occurrence, and if the present
law is inadequate i n stopping
these conditions, the board o f
supervisors might try their hand at
an ordinace that would prove
If the Lihue Plantation really
wishes to carry out its idea o f
beautifying and clean
BLIND ing up Lihue, then it
PIGGIES would do well to turn
? i its attention to the
Lihue coffee shop, the
immediate vicinity from which
emerged a beaiuiful speciman o f
insobriety the other Sunday, who,
only by the aid of an assistant on
either side, was able to navigate
up and down the street, a walking
advertisement not only for t h e
notorious joint, but to the com
munity as well. About the same
conditions are said to prevail in a
certain coffee shop in the i m -mediate
vicinity of the Hanamaulu
Store, the same being also1 under
the supervision of the Lihue Plan
tation, in so much as the property
belongs to the company.
It is a clear case that a demo
cratic delegate is not wanted as a
Hawaiian representative in Wash
ington. And why? Well, we are
told that if such is the case, that
it will stamp Hawaii's approval on
the tariff bill. For the love of Mike!
Would it not be advisable to hold
our horses awhile? At least until
we have positive proof of t h e
ruinous schedule? It is a bad policy
to cross a bridge before we come to
it. We republicans have no corner
on grey matter, and it strikes us
that all this talk is rather prema
ture. That the republican party is
sorelv in need o: reorganization,
we must admit, but to let out
a howl such as some of Honolulu's
disgruntled are doing at present,
is showing both weakness and fear,
neither of which there is any reason
to believe really exists.
"No stairips will be allowed the
teachers from now on," says a let
ter from superintendent of schools
to principals. Gibson is certainly
looking out for the financial cud
of his department, since the fur
nishing the teachers with stamps
must amount to at least a con
siderable s u m each year. This
means that each principal must
furnish the stamps for her month
ly report to the department, who
hires her, another one in her re
port to the board of health, and
still another to the board of super
visors. That the department is too
poor to allow the teacher her due,
is regretable, but o n the other
hand, it is well that the teachers
are all wealthy as the result of
such princely (?) salaries.
I'otiKMAX Lovell. who look a
pot-ht at a fleeing Fil-i-i'1" Vk '
he had placed under aritt, am1 v 1 1
wastryi.ig to make a get-awa.
has been critk-iaed In som wh
entertain the idea that he a
too hasty. Of course, it was tather
unfortunate, but when a feller is
under arrest about the only thirty
for him to do, is to be good. If n
officer tells a prisoner to stop, and
he fails to obey, what else is there
to do, but to wing him?
Ml the Big
If vou attend rs i f i c
hitr rollpce pan.e5 ou V i i find
that the ball aJn t imaruMjr
used it the REACH OI-HUAL
AMERICAN LEAGUE I5 ALL
College men won't l.ave ti-ih'-?
but the BEST-that's why t.iey all use
"Workktomhn's table bill is in
creasing in spite o f democratic j
rule," is the headline in a repubii-
can contemporary This would be 1
mendacious if it wasn't so sillv ;
Some republican papers must think
the workingmen are a lot of bone
heads. Everj working man know?
that there is no democratic rule
yet, and that the country is still
under a republican tariff.
When the Hanamaulu people
are compelled to sit in a corral
formed by a wall tent, and along
side of an offensive stable, in order
to attend a moving picture show, it
is high ime that they were entitled
to some sort of a show hall as well
as a policeman and postoffice.
There is but one reason why such
is not provided.
We have been told that if we
had common sense, even, we would
not criticise such a beautiful piece
of art as that represented in tin '
"obstruction" at the corner of tiu
street in front of the Lihue Store ,
We would remind our critic, that
we are possessed with "uncom
mon" sense, hence the henccs.
Announce Mr, Dougherty's visit
to Kauai within the next few
wefeks, when he will take pleasure
in showing the many beautiful
articles recentlv ;ol id' hom the
leading artist jewelers, and gem
merchants of America and Europe.
.cfM thought lm
ln jsivrn t o tin?
Mtectlon f article
for Christina-1 un.l
CoUre men know to, r.vhr..!! J?!'" ?5p' v..U':;
American af-jr ten years Mis ur i. . r, .1 f '';
t,.ii ,t m nvlapt.etr: iff. l'rlce everywhere 5I 5-
S tit Beach Trade-mark on all Sporllnj Good. It a flaaranlee ol oaUIy-n munjuus-
v TO BEAC 11 Ori ILIA 1. llJtnr. i.-"." ,'" . ,,,.
V&eriea. fetwilei, record!, Ac 10 cenu at dealer.' or br
Theo. H. Davies & Co.,lLtd.
Sole Agents -tor
the Territory of Haujaii
I'o-mi-v had tlK- motlKT of tin- jnri
rwrfoniiwl Ikt whole duty to Uh? cliiM,
Kev. Hail." Schmidt, tlK- Catholic iirii-t.
would not now lx? awaiting the elect rif
chair in Xew .York. Kxdianire.
Isn't it just a little bit possible,
too, that the mother of the man
failed in her whole dut to the
child? Isn't it strange how many
people place the blame for such
crimes on the women?
And now it is reported that the
other islands are contemplating
sending their various boards o f
supervisors over to get a few lessens
from the Kauai bunch. J5ring 'em
along. It would be the best in
vestment the counties ever mrne.
for they could sure learn some
Jack Coney, onion king, de
clares that h is expecting a strong
crop this year, and that he had
been advised to plant Irish potatoes
between the rows, but that he fear
ed the close proximity would cause
their eyes to water.
Harry Thaw is said to have
wanted to go to church on Sun
days, but the sheriff wouldn't let
him. And just think of the people
who are not "Crazy, who have a
chance to go to church and don't
It is not altogether unlikely that
things may begin to happen in the
Waimea district in the near future,
that will prove some jolt to some
who think themselves far beyond
the pale of discovery.
"The Fat of the Land"
Every pound of cream is pasteurized
that goes into the making of
That M a u i supervisor who
sold a county steam roller and
equipped himself with an auto, auto
be qualified ns n candidate for a
similar office on the Big Island.
Our Delegate to Congress says
that ''c doesn't believe "in running
around like a chicken with its head
cut off and blustering blindly every
where and to evert one." Its a pity
he didn't believe like that before
he ran around blustering blindly
everywhere to everyone about
Governor Frear and supplying
every one having an axe out for
Hawaii with the ammunition used
against the Territory in the tariff
fight. Besides.come to think about
it, we cannot remember ever hear
ing a chicken with its head cut off
doing any blustering about any
thing. It alwavs had something
else to do. AJvertistr.
It was thought the doctors had
found out all about woman's
anatomy b y this time, but w e
notice that a St. Louis woman was
shot in a n adjoining room last
The biggest hog in the Territory
is on Hawaii. It weighs nearly
800 pounds. Kauai has some that
don't weigh so much, but they are
the biggest hogs, just the same.
This pasteurizing process is only one of
the essentials that raise Isleton above
the standard of ordinarily good butter.
-It has that rich, mouth-watery flavor
you often long for, but seldom find.
Absolutely pure and of a distinctive
flavor. Packed in dust-proof cartons:
From cow to you no, human hand
Ask Your Grocer for Isleton Butter.
T1TH7 artf f7T i aTH W V 'Vff 19
Let Us Do Your
Territorial Messenger Service
J. I. Silva, Proprietor
Dry Goods and
Eleele - - - Kauai
Whkn the county officials get
round to it. let us hope they will
remove that pile of rubbish which
graces the east side of the county
L. Y. TIM
Has entered the rent ser
vice, and has provided him
self with a big
Special attention paid to
commercial travelers. Rea
sonable rates to all parts of
F. E. DAVIS & CO.
HONOLULU, T. H.
XriAXf ami Mkmiiant Sumns
Blacksmith supplies, Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail onh-rs.
yit'KI.K, copra:. ;ou,
ZINC, HIi'lNZK SII-
vi:i: i'.'.atin'; ....
. . at . . .
A Curtain promient d i v i n e
claims that men have intelligence
after death. That's more than
some of them have around here be
Ip the stock law should be en
forced, would the present speed
ordinace require remodeling?
Gahk K. Parker of Oklahoma, a
full blood Choctaw Indian, is
President Wilson's choice for re
gister of the treasurer. He is said
to be a well ret'a)d man
With all the talk of free sugar,
we have failed to see anything l;ke
the free commodity among our
table decorations up to date.
"Dm the jKHjplc who liiiisjheil, do it
over tliiiijw ICiiliio paid, or just oVr tliu
way ho Riid it?" Morning Advurthur.
"From whence will come our
beef?" asks a n agricultural ex
change. Couldn't tell you. Ourn
has quit coming.
"Thhy are funny, finny fish,"
remarked a friend of ourn the
other day, in speaking of Jack'
Myer's newly imported variety.
I v Napoleon really "knows his
business," guess he'll give his
customers the real meat and retain
the (Bonvpart) for hjinself,
MiSW Bessie Friedman, a New
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