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THB OARDBN ISLAND, TUESDAY. JANUARY 20, 1914
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STORY OF 10
Mr, Hogan, a teacher of Mills'
College, and William Isaac, a stu
dent of the same school have ar
rived back in Honolulu after tram
ping around a part of the island of
Kauai. They left Honolulu the
day after Christmas, and were a
botit ten days on their jaunt.
Young Isaac has written Thk
Garden Island a verv long and
interesting letter descriptive of the
tramp, in which he explains that
thiswashissecondtour of Kauai and
that he noted manv improvements
and changes since his last previ
Arriving at Navviliwili on the
m o r n i n g of December 27, the
young men walked t 0 Koloa,
where they spent the night with
Judge David K. Kapahee. After
looking over the town, they walk
ed on via the Homesteads, Eleele,
Hanapepe and Makaweli to Wai
mea, where they were welcomed at
the home of Rev. J. A. Akina.
llien Issac says, in his unique
liie tollowing day, that was
Monday, Mr. Akina took us in an
auto to see the barking dogs at
Mana, Very few dogs barked dur
ing our sliding down the sand
hills on account of the wet sands;
but anyway we enjoyed the trip to
the Barking Sands very much
Returning to waimea, the pair
of trampers struck out above Ko
loa and sptnt the night with a Ja
panese water luna. The next day
they set out over the mountains
for Hanalei by way of the water
pipe line 10 Summit Camp, where
they had their New Year's eve
dinner, and arrived at Hanalei at
10 o'clock in the evening, just in
time to have New Year luau at the
home of Rev. Mr. Mahihila.
On the way back to Lihue, the
writer says the trampers were pick
ed up on the road by the Wilcox
brothers and taken t o Kapaa,
where they stopped with Mr. Ka
neakua. The next day they were
taken to the "Waipahee" Falls by
Mr. L. Mundon, and there had
great water toboganning. Of these
falls, the boy says, enthusiastically:
"I wish to appeal to everyone in
this Territory who never slid down
a hill or a waterfall, to go to Wai
pahee, at Kauai, the kamaainas
there will show you wh.re it is
and how to slide down, and no
doubt you will find it a pleasant
During the night Mr. Hogan
topped with the Mundon's, while
the writer of the story was enter
tained at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. Haae, excellent music being
supplied during the evening, he
savs, by Misses Abbie Haae and
The next dav the travellers were
accompanied by Mr. Mundon
through the new homestead tract
near Kapaa and up to Waiehu
water falls. Concluding, the boy
says: In behalf of the two tramp
ers we wish to extend our thanks
to those who welcomed us into
their homes, and to those who gave
us automobile rides. We also feel
grateful to Mr. Hopper and his
assistants who requested us to
write about our trip on the Garden
Island in their paper. We wish all
Kauaians a Prosperous New Year."
Work on the big, new addition
to the cannery of the Kauai Fruit
& Land Company, at Lawai, has
begun and the contract will be
completed in about thirty days,
Ichioka, of Nawiliwili, is the con
tractor and has seventeen men
with him. The addition will be
100 feet long, 30 feet wide and
two stories high, and will conform
to the design and appearance of
the main building. 1 1 will b e
used for the storing of tins, crates
The improvement represents
quite an investment, the building
itself costing $8,000, and the ad
ditional fixtures etc. $7,000 more.
Coal Schooner Here
The schoones Robert R. Hind,
Captain Wikander, arrived at Ahu
kini on t h 9th, twelve hours
from Honolulu and 100 days from
Newcastle, with 770 tons of coal
consigned to Hackfeld & Co. On
account of the rough weather she
did not begin discharging until
Friday. From Ahukini the vessel
will sail tor the Sound, although
the Captain has not yet received
definite orders as to what ports.
Captain Wikander is accompanied
by his wife. She has sailed with
him for four vears, but declares
that this will be her last voyage,
as she is tired of the sea.
Captain Wikander shipped a raw
crew in Newcastle, and, as is so
frequent in such cases, caught,
several "farmers." Five of them,
including a mate, demanded to be
paid off here, and have been ac
commodated. The schooner has
good men enough left to take her
to the coast, and new sailors will
be put aboard of her over there.
After Pineapple Pest
David L. Larsen, assistant
pathologist at the H. S. P. A. ex
periment station, made a flying
visit to the pineapple fields around
Homestead a few months ago. He
came over to start some expen
ments which he hopes may result
in the alleviation of the blight
disease at the Homesteads, which
he describes as except ionallv bad
and o n the increase. H e also
started measures to prevent a re
currence ot the peculiar cisease
which affected the pineapples in
thai section last summer. This
latter disease is still considerable
of a mystery, but is believed to be
due to some climatic peculiarity of
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Miss Crandall, who had planned
to come from the States to take a
position i n Hanamaulu School t
was unable to do so, much agains,
her own will and to the disappoint
ment of her friends in the Islands.
Superintendant Gibson was most
fortunate, however, i n securing
the services of a Miss Clark, a
highly accomplished and experi
enced teacher, from Canada, who
arrived just in time to take up
work at the beginning of the new
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Coney Talks To 'Em.
"Kauai people are not turning
Democrats quite as fast as Hono
lulans seem to be," declared Re
presentative J. H. Coney, who ar
rived from the Garden Island yes
terday. "Another thing Kauai is also
doing things is onions, and the next
crop will be a real bumper. Char
ie Rice is also raising his famed
monster pumpKins, another crop
Kauai is quite proud of," conclu
del the veteran Kauai Republican
war horse and politician.
Dr. Victor Norgaard, superin
tendent of the Territoiial animal
quarantine service, has discovered
that the nivgtenous disease affect
ing horses of the Islands at the
present time is caused by a small
worm. He has begun work on a
plan to eradicate the pest.
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County for &ale at this office. Price
15 cents each.
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Lecture On Kauai.
Photographer R. J. Baker deli
vered a lecture in Cooke hall of
the Honolulu Y. M. C. A. last
Thursday evening on the above
subject, illustrating his talk with
numerous views of scenery on the
stand of Kauai. Mr, Baker, in
company with Rev. J M. Lydgate
toured the island some months ago
ai.d secured good photographs of
most points of interest.
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