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THB OARDBN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JANUARY 6. 1914
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! Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
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ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
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MHE GARDEN ISLAND
PLEASING FEATURES OF NEW
Will Seek Cordial Relations With County
Governments, And Favors Opening
"Mav we all labor for the good
of Hawaii" i s the slogan with
which Lucius E . Pinkhani has
entered into his new duties a s
governor of the Territory of Ha
waii, and it is one which he ex
pects every resident of every is
land in the group to uphold him
in. In a statement to the press,
given shortly after his arrival in
Honolulu Tuesday evening, the
governor said: "'I will seek cordial
relations with the county govern
ments that we may cooperate for
the public good, and I will seek
the support of all good citizens
and friends of the territory. I re
gard mv trust as covering the wel
fare of all citizens and all people
dwelling within the territory and
will be, at all times, accessible to
the humblest and will consider
their pleas and opinions and seek
to further their just and proper
The governor's statement to the
press was a lengthv one, with his
remarks directed to each and every
island, no favoritism being shown
either verbally o r i n writing.
Kauai, the Garden Island, and one
which boasts ot more real scenic
attractions, perhaps, that any
other of the group, should take
notice of Mr. Pinkham's remarks
concerning promotion: "I will
heartily support promotion that is
effective both for tourists and per
manent o r seasonal residents,"
The Hawaii Promotion Committee,
it is understood, is soon to open a
special bureau in Honolulu, the
duty of which will be to point out
to tourists the different features of
interest on the several islands and
urge them to plan visits, and
Kauai, says Secretary H. P. Wood,
is to receive a marked share ot
this publicity. "More than ever
the climate, scenery, public com
forts, facilities, refined sports and
hospitality of the islands have a
world-wide application and a: -traction
to glowing r.ur.ilvr of
visitors and travelers. It is .i
set not onlv for the r 'c.i-.-.'
others, but promises vr.. : sr..-. :c: J.'
benefit to oumives." V.:. jV.-'k-
! ham said. It wi'.l :c".t:v..t' r.:.
that Mr. Finkham v".-e w i. :v.
land resided Kauai cr. :.r..:. ::c-t
deeply impressed l v ; .-..-
Concern i r. .rc :r r.- r. ; :
and liometeat:.ir.i . w .-jtt'C: V" rl
"Youi cvt::-.kr '..i r; : i i
public lan : ::i :'::t icr.:r;.'.
come under the Ci'r.'.r.'. ;)c
territory should, in :;.'.(
be first offered for hc.i!:t;..-'.::.i r:
citizens, or those la-n , i . v : ;
now within the te:ri:,r cr a::
ing unsolicited, and w ho ir.U-r :'.
fully utilize the land, a'.or.e or ir
cooperation with others, for thr
own and the public benefit. I: :
reported that within the territor.
only 305.053 acres of land are v.r
der cultivation, of which 213.'."'.
acres are in sugar cane. Evidently,
while we hope for much greater
development, the territory has not
an arable acre which public welfare
can permit to lie idle or be held
for speculation. Your governor
will bear this in mind "
From the foregoing remarks, it
may be seen that Governor Pink
ham is in favor of honiesteading,
and means that he will undoubted
ly bend his efforts toward assisting
the small farmer. Considerable
land was let out on Kauai for pine
apples during the past year and the
remaining unoccupied land, which
the governor points out cannot be
permitted to lie idle, will without
doubt, and with his approval, let
out during the cominc 12 months
be as the occasion necessitates.
In closing his statement, Gover
n o r Pinkham said: "Hawaii,
placed in the midst of the world's
greatest waters, blessed with the
perpetual peacefuluess and gentle
ness of nature's most kindly
moods, may her people be imbued
with a like spirit in their relations
with each other and in pubic pro
gress and civic our bition."
. F. WEBER
Since the first of January, 1913,
the young people of Lihue Planta
tion had been looking forward to
the next year's New Year celebra
tion at the manager's residence.
The older people, too, look for
ward to this occasion as the only
time in the year when they can all
get together to swap yarns.'
Many weeks before, the young
ladies, were stitching patiently at
their gowns in preparation for the
happy event. When at last the
long anticipated hour came, they
"'eie greeted from afar b y the
large illuminated "Aloha" which
was strung across the avenue be
tween two royal palms.
The fuu began when the first
guest arrived, out reacneu its
height during the luau. when Mr.
Rolirig kept his side of the table
greeting his jokes with shouts of
laughter. Mr. Franz Malm, as the
joungest gentleman present, pro
posed a toast to the ladies, which
was drunk with the greatest enthu
siasm by the other gentlemen.
Mr. Eugen Mahn, as next inline.
proposed, "Our I lost and Hostess,"
which was received in the same
manner. The toast-matesr then re
marked, "Vv'e shall not ask the la
dies to speak, because if we start
ed in the same manner, they
would all talk, and if we began at
the other end, nobody would say
anything." Needless to say, this
remark was greeted with applause
from the gentlemen and vigorous
protests from the ladies.
Afterwards, the dance was open
ed by a grand march led by Mr.
and Mrs. Weber, which ended in
a waltz and a game of tag, w hich
was succeeded by dance after
dance until after twelve. At about
that time the guests wished one
another a happy New Year accor
ding to Hananiaulu, Lihue ard
Honolulu time, each, of course de
pending on his own time piece.
Through all this fun, Miss Lulu
who is spending the holidays in
town, was greatly missed by every
one. Among those present who
was looking forward to seeing her
at the next year s celebration were:
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rohrig, Mr. and
Mrs. J. L. Robertson, Mr. and
Mrs. Loveland, Mr. a n d Mrs.
Winter, Mr. and Mrs C Maser,
Mr, and Mrs. Grote, Mr. and Mi's.
Kassebeer, Mr Wishard, Mr. and
Mrs. Deinert, Mr. and Mrs. An
dermann, Mr. and Mrs A. Thielen,
Mr. Sheldon, Mr. and Mrs. Thur
tell, Mrs. Wedemyer, Misses Cum
mings, H. Sheldon, D. Sheldon,
M. de Bretteville. M, Grote, D,
Grote, A. Grote, B. Wishard.
Messers A. Siebel, Eugen Mahn,
Franz Mahn, H. Carls. W. H.
Grote, Fritz Rutsch, and Paul
Teacher for Huleia.
i F U. Cutting has arrived here
from the State of Washington to
take charge of the school at Hula-
ia. The new man has taught school
ten years, his last places being at
Kent and Ferndale, Wash. He i.s
a graduate of Washington State
College, which is located at Seat
tle. Before coming to Lihue, Mr.
Cutting visited for several days
with Mr. and Mrs. II , C. Brown
at Waimea, and in that atmosphere
ot enthusiasm on the subject of
"small farming" he just about de
cided to acquire a piece of land
and do like most of the other
school teachers hereabouts.
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
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have an interesting announcement
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