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THB GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JUNK 2. 1914
PRINCIPLES IN FIRST EUHEWC
MARRIAGE IN WISCONSIN
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Considerable interest is shown in
Milwaukee in the marriage of Ir
win Maxwell Gregg and Miss Grace
Margaret Knoll, which took place
recently. The couple were the first
man and woman to be married un
der the new eugenics law in Wis
consin. Long Trip Ahead
The freighter Virginian, which
took 2,000 tons of sugar at Port
Allen last week and then sailed
for Maui and llilo to complete her
cargo, will go around the southern
point of South America to New
York, a distance of about 14,000
miles, taking something like 57
days. The reason for sending the
Virginian around to New York is
the congested condition of things
on the Panama railway.
George R. Carter was last Wed
nesday elected president of the
new Chamber of Commerce. The
new Chamber is a combination of
the old with the Merchants' Asso
ciation. ,A,:' ";S ' ' v r I ! M !.' n', i
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BUT WITH STRING
The b i g fight to oust Kdgnr
Tood from the normal school at
Honolulu succeeded onlv iti part.
It was agreed to appoint him again
for one vear, but with the under
standing that he might be remov
ed on a month's notice. At the last,
Superintendent Kinney said he
preferred Wood be not appointed,
for the reasons that plans for the
normal school conld not, in his
opinion, be worked out with a man
like Wood at the head of the
school. However, the Wood ques
tion had been settled by a com
mittee of the Legislature, and the
board should a'oide by that deci
sion. Mr. Brandt, of Kauai, was in
favor of acting in accordance with
the wishes of the superintendent,
whatever those wishes might be.
Mr. Wood was called before the
commissioners, and after agree
ing to the following rules, Jthe
action above referred to was taken:
(1) That no one will be admit
ted to the Normal school except
after passing the eighth grade exa
(2) That the Normal school
course be limited definitely to four
(3) That the recommendations
of the course of study committee
be followed to the letter and in
(4) That the advancement from
one class to another within the
Normal school and the graduations
therefrom be contingent absolutely
upon examinations prepared and
carried out under directions of
board of examiners.
(5) That the dual cadet system
Mekihana Club Meeting
Mrs. Putmau and Miss Noyes
will be the hostesses of the Moki
hana Club at the meeting to be
held at 2:30 tomorrow afternoon.
Mrs. Rohrig will be leader, and
the subiect will be Mendelssohn
G. N. Wilcox was among the
returning passengers by the W.
G, Hall Friday morning from Ho
nolulu. New Zealand butter continues to
be popular. Try it. Sold by J. I.
Silva. lileele. Advt.
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WEEKLY REPORT OF
The Market Division. Honololu,
submits the following for the in
formation of produce shippers of
The tot.il sah?s for the past week
amounted t o $1217.32 from 75
consignments. The number of con
signments is increasing weekly
which is a good sign that the Divi
sion is beginniugtobe better known
among the people of the islands.
If you are a producer and have not
sent in a shipment to date, row is
the time to begin,
During the week sweet potatoes
have been arriving freelv and the
price has dropped considerably. At
the present time the Division has
a too large supply of nil kinds of
sweet potatoes and would advise
producers not to ship during the
coming week. Irish potatoes are
moving off rapidly at good prices.
Onions are continuing to arrive in
poor condition and a great many
have had to be dumped on this ac
count. He sure that all onions are
thoroughly dry and cured before
shipping them in bags. Bermuda
onions spoil very quickly if h-ft in
the bags a few days. Select your
onions and ship in crates when
possible. Large onions were re
ceived from Kula.
As the market for fresh pohas
has fallen off during the past few
weeks the Division is having the
berries manufactured into jam for
the producers and will sell the
finished product in case lots to
local daalers and on the coast. It
is estimated that the producer will
get more this way than by selliug
the fresh fruit.
Farmers shif ping poultry from
the other islands should have their
names and addresses painted in
conspicuous letters on the crate to
insure its return. Thev should also
state whether they wish to have
the crate returned or not. It is diffi
cult to find crates for shippers un
less their names are on them.
Tomatoes are arriving freely and
the price has dropped to the neigh
borhood of two cents a pound. The
melon fly stings about 20 pereent
of them and unless the packer is
careful to keep these out thev soon
get soft and spoil the others. To
matoes to b shipped to the mar
ket should be picked when they
begin to turn red.
Recently the Dirision has had a
great deal of trouble with the eggs
sent in from the other islands and
to protect the fanner and the trade
it has been decided to candle all
eggs that come to mak sure that all
eggs sent ut to our customers are
Al. At last our supply of Humpty
Dumpty eggs cases has arrived and
we ara in a position to supply them
to our shippers at catalogue prices.
A Rolling House
A sight two days of last week
was a house in the middle of the
street between the county building
and the Garden Island office. It
was the old harness shop building,
which stood next to Mr. Hanne
stad's new law offices, which has
been moved down to a new loca
tion back of the office of this paper.
A team of horses, block and tackle,
skids and a gang of Japanese did
Tennis Club To Meet
A meeting of the Lihuc Tennis
Club will be held in the Lihue
Social Hall at 8 o'clock next
Saturday evening for the purpose
of discussing the advisability of a
ladies' single and men's single
tournament in the near future.
The wedding of Miss Lurline
Matson. daughter of Captain Wil
liam Mitson, well known in the
Islands, and William P. Roth, the
Honolulu stock broker, took place
in San Francisco last Wednesday.
Great Combination Offers
Popular and widely read Magazines and Papers to
be given at reduced subscription rates, with 1 HE GAR
DEN ISLAND, to old subscribers paying up during the
month of May or on paid new subscriptions received prior
to the evening of June 10.
Subscribers in arrears for any length of time back to
January 1 , 1914, may obtain the low rates for magazines
and other papers by paying their GARDEN ISLAND
subscription dues during this present month. New sub
scribers will have an extension of ten days.
Keep a table of good, up-to-date reading matter in
your home. It is worth many times the coft. A veritable
fountain of information and interest to yourself, your family
and your friends.
Make up your choice of papers and magazines from
the lift below and mail at once. In all cases, whether old
or new subscriptions, it is important that checks or money
order accompany lists sent in.
We offer, on the above terms, these several at
tractive and valuable combinations:
Any one of the following, 50
cents publications, with The Gar
den Island, $2.50, at $2.90; any
two, with Tun Garden Island,
S3. 25; any three do., S3. 70; any
four do., $4.00: People's Home
Journal, Housewife's Magazine,
Today's Magazine. Reliable Poul
try Journal, Poultry Success,
American Poultry Advocate, Amer
ican Poultry World, Farm and
Any one of the following, $1.00
publications, with The Garden
Island, $2.50, at S3. 10; any two,
do., S3. 70: Ladies' World, Ranch
Pearson's Magazine, $1.50, or
School Journal, $1.25, with The
Garden Island, $2.50. at $3.50.
All together. $4.50.
Any one of the following $1.50
magazines and papers, with The
Garden Island, $2 50, at $3.65;
anv two do., S4.F0; any Uire do.,
at $5.95, viz.: American Maga
zine, Business, Cliristian Herald,
The following is the summary
of the b scball game between the
Makaweli and McBryde teams,
which was, unfortunately, crowded
out of last issue of this paper:
ab r bh sb po a e
Joe Costa rf 5 303200
A. Perreira ss 6101200
Ako 1st b 5 1 3 2 5 0 0
J. Pachcco 2nd 6 12 2 110
T. Pacheco 3rd 5 0 0 0 0 1 0
Aka p 5 110 13 2
Akana cf 4 100000
Gabriel c 5233400
Kobayashi It 4 1 1 0 2 0 0
45 11 10 11 27 5 2
A. Fetnnndes ss 1011 121
J . Fassoth c 4000400
Jno. Costa 2nd b 4 0 2 0 3 1 4
Johnson rf 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Thompson rf 1 0 0 0 0 0 0
Akina 1st 4 0 1 0 5 0 3
Oneha If 4 0 0 1 0 1 0
Waialeale 3rd b 4 1 1 0 2 1 2
Rapozo ct 4 0 0 0 1 0 0
Kru p 4 0 0 0 0 3 1
34 2 5 2 27 8 11
3 base hit, Ako, 1; 2 basehit.
Gabriel; Sacrifice Fly, Ako; bases
, on balls, oil Aka 3; off Kruse, 4;
! struck out by Aka, 13; by Kruse,
j 15; wild pitch. Aka. Hit by pitch
er, Rapozo; balk, Kruse.
Delineator, Educational Founda
tions, Field And Stream, Garden
Magazine, Metropolitan Magazine,
McClure's Magazine, Motor Life,
Musician, Physical Culture, Popu
lar Electricity, Mother's Magazine,
Outer's Book, Red Book, Short
Stories, Teacher's Magazine,
Smart Styles, $2.59, or any one
of tha following $1.50 magazines,
with The Garden Island, $2.50,
at $3.75: any two, do., $5.00; any
three do., S6.25, viz,: Baseball
Magazine, Everybody's Magazine
Etude (for music lovers), Over,
land Monthly, Woman's Home
Companion, Motion Picture Story
Any one of the following papers
and magazines, with The Gar
den Island, $2.50, at $4.25; anv
two, $6,00; and three $7.75, viz:
Collier's Weekly, $2.50; Horseless
Age, $2.00; Lippincott's Maga
zine, $3.00; Review of Reviews.
$3.00; School Arts Magazine,
$2.00; Sunset "The Pacific Monti;
GARDEN ISLAND, Lihue, K
Governor Pinkham last week
received an anonymous letter from
Kauai, which is reported by the
Honolulu papers to hav been out
of the ordinary. The following
concerning the missive appeared in
Governor Pinkham is in receipt
of an anonymous letter from Kau
ai in which the writer goes to
some length on questions of teeth
ing and schooling.
"I cannot give the letter any
consideration," said the Governor
yesterday. "You know where
anonymous letters go to and this
one is going to take the course us
ual in such cases."
The letter states, among many
other things, that if Governor
Pinkham does not fly to the rescue
of the Kauai people "a petition
will be gotten up which every man
on Kauai who has teeth and can
write will sign." The petition
will then be sent to President
Wilson, hut the writer does not
want the President to send any one
from the mainland to handle Kau
ai's teething and schooling problems.
ly." $2.50; Trained Nurse, $2.00;
World's Work, $3. CO.
Any one of the following maga
zines, $3,00 for the time indicted,
with The Garden Island, $2.50,
at $4.50; any two do., $6.50; any
three do , $S.50; Everybody's (two
years), Delineator (two years) St.
Nicholas (one year).
Any one of the following $3.00
publications, with The Garden
Island, $2.50. at $5.00; any two,
do., $7.50; any three, $10.,00, viz:
Dress And Vanity Fair, Smart Set,
Forest And Stream, Motor Age,
Current Opinion, Education,
House And Garden, House Beau
tiful, Independent, Outing, Subur
ban Life, Travel.
L'Art de la Mode, $3.50, with
The Garden Island, $2.50, at
Any one of the following $4 00
magazines, with The Garden Is
land. S2.5C, at $6.00; any two
do., $9.50; any three do., $13,00
viz: Century Magazine, Country
Life, Keranuc Studio, North Ame
Passengers In And Out
The following sailed by the V.
G. Hall last Tuesday aftarnoon for
A. D. Castro, Mrs. A. Lyman
and child. A. Medeiros. J. Hede
man. Bishop Libert and 13 deck.
The following arrived from Ho
nolulu by the Kinau Wednesday
Carl Baver. C V c.,.:i. t.
1 linen, J. Wachuck, Leong Chong
i . corniMii, K. Betsui, H. Fas
oth, S. Kinoshita, O. Lilian, Mis?
Lane, Dr. W. O. Rogers. Mrs. L.
Rose, M,SsC. Akau, H. W. Rob
bins, Miss M. Wong. V. h. Lee
and Mrs Max G.eenbaugh. '
The following srrivtd from Ho
n,,:u1!' the W. (J. Han pritl
U. R. Zane, Ilee Fat, A. I. Bol
'"K.W. H. Callier, G.N.Wilcox.
P. K. Isenberg. Alfred Kiaana.
T. Brandt and n Jcck.
Benefit At Kapaa
Hawaiian chinch poplo a r c
Planning a K1(,lt u.la.fit
and e.iU-rtain.iR-nt at Kapaa next
Saturday c-v:i,iK ,or 1P ,,llrpose
" ,si" fl""l fr the expenses
of the Kapaa delegat.-s to the Wai
luku convention in July.