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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, JUNE 1. 1915
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LETTER OF I
10 KAUAI PEOPLE
H. D. Wishard, chairman of the
Board of Supervisors, has received
the following self-explanr.toty let
ter from Wade Warren Thayer,
secretary of the Territory, regard
ing the reception and entertain
ment of the Congressional party
on this island:
"On behalf of the General Com
mittee having in charge the enter
tainment of the Congressional Par
ty, I wish to express my deep ap
preciation of the services which
you and your committee rendered
in entertaining the Congressional
Party on the Island of Kauai. I do
net think that the work of your
committee could have been improv
ed upon, and the members of the
partv were most enthusiastic in
speaking to nie of the splendid
hospitality of the people of your
island. I-wish you would extend
to the other members of your com
mittee my sincere thanks for the
work which they did in looking
after the wants of the, party while
on Kauai. The arrangements for
the entertainment of the visitors
were splendidly conceived, and
that they were carried out so well
was due to the co-operation of all
of the members of the several com
mittees. You had a big job on
your hands, and y o tt certainly
handled it in a most creditable
More Submarines Coming
Honolulu is to have four more
submarines, thev being the K-3,
K-4, K-7 and K-8. ' They will ar
rive there next mo(nth, accompan
ied by the mother ship Rainbow.
The K class of submarines are said
to be an improvement n the F
class, a part pf the division of
which being already at Honolulu.
Next Sunday's Baseball
The baseball games next Sunday
afternoon will be as follows. Lihue
vs. Makaweli, at Lihue; J. A. C.
vs. Mcbryde, at Eleele.
Makaweli vs. M'Bryde
Following is the official sum
mary of the basebal game betwen
the Makaweli and McBrvde base
ball teams, which was crowded
out of last issue:
Ah Nee 3b
T. Pacheco 3b
12 3 4
Runs 10 2 0
Hits 0 14 1
Runs 10 2:
Hits 0 12;
AB R H PO A E
6 2 2 0 2 3
3 5 2 0 5 2
6 2 2 3 4 0
6 1 2 10 2 0
SI' 2 15 0 1
6 0 2 1 0 0
6 1 3 0 5 0
4 10 110
5 2 2 0 0 0
47 15 17 30 19 6
R H PO SB A E
5 4 2 0 0 0
6 2 2 1 1 1
6 114 2 1
6 0 1 10" 5 1
4 1 2 10 0 0
4 012 1 1
4 0 3 3 3 1
4 110 0 0
5 2 2 0 2 1
0 0 0 0 0 0
45 12 14 30 14 7
5 6 7 8 9 10 Total
1 0 1 3 3 5 15
2 10 3 2 3 17
0 0 0
1 0 C
Two base hits A. Fernondez,
Kahlbaum, Kruse, Toe Costa, T.
Pacheco. Three base hits Fas
soth, A, Marcallino. Home run
Sacrifice hits Oneha, sacrifice
Stolen bases Jno Costa 2, Joe
Costa 3, Lorenzo 2, Perreira 1.
Double plays Gabriel to Pache
co to Spalding, Oneha to Marcal
lino. Hits off Akana, 14; off Aka. 3.
Left on bases Makaweli 7, Mc
Bryde, 7. Bases on balls, off Aka
Strike outs by Akana 9, b y
Aka 1, by Kruse 8.
Wild pitches Kruse 2. Passed
ball, Gabriel, Kahlbaum.
Hit pitcher by Akana, Jno
Costa, by Aka, Jno Costa, Mar
callino, by Kruse, Joe Costa, Lo
Europe Tossed Back '
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There is an old saying that God tosses back fail
ures and lets us begin again. In quoting this and com
menting upon it, a noted lecturer said that it looks as
if God had tossed back Europe.
' It will look something like that, will it not, when
this war is over?
When the governments and institutions that have
been in vogue can produce nothing better than the
carnage of the past months, if this is what they must
ultimate in, aren't they failures?
And is not the picture of what Europe will be when the war is
over devastated countries, cities in ruins, industries paralyzed, and
worse yet, happiness and joy gone trom countless lives, sorrow every
where is not this a picture of failure?
Isn't Europe now, and will it not, be for years to come an object
lesson of failure? Can one, even a confirmed optimist, call the present
condition it spectacle of success?
If then to follow the whimsy of this old saying, Europe is tossed
back and is to begin over again, what will it make of itself in the new
It is rather interesting to speculate upon, do you not think?
Will it, I wonder, make itself over on the same old pattern?
Will the p ople of these devastated countries go to work patiently
and laboriously to build ud again the war machines? Will they pile
i armament upon armament? Will they build still bigger battleships and
submarines? Will they erect still stronger forts and lines of defense
between their various countries? Will they peer over these defenses at
the people upon the other side with hatred or defiance or fear in their
hearts? Will they still believe that national growth and expansion and
places for their trade must be paid for in human lives?
If in making themselves over thev follow this pattern, will thev
not in the great vortex of time be tossed back again? Is this the pat
tern Europe is to make with what has been given her? Or is there not
something finer and better, and will she not b tossed back again and
again until she works out a destiny in keeping with man's highest
And if there is anything in this old saying, if Europe has been
tossed back, in't there perhaps something for us as a nation to be learn
ed by watching what she is doing? The on-looker usually sees more
clearlv than the one ijthe thick of the fray. As Europe re-makes her
self, we can perhaps see in the process many things to avoid, many
things to make our own.
And though the re-making of these countries is a spectacle for
nations, isn't there in the thought of this old saving something also
for the individual? Haven't we had failures tossed back, in order that
we might begin over again? The fact was bitter at the time. We accept
ed with bad grace. But isn't there in it the kernel of a wonderful
truth, a truth that makes for purest happiness? For coulcl. we as men
I and women be ultimately satisfied with anything less than the best we
lean do? If some half-way work of ours were not tossed back, if it
passed, would we not miss the joy of our best and fullest expression?
If Europe's failures are tossed back until the various nations there
at last evolve a government that secures to every individual liberty to
develop the best in him, peace, prosperity, happiness, will not that in
the end be the best for Europe? Even though it is achieved through
bitter struggle, isn't it more to be desired than a government that
does not reach so high a plane? And if we, by having our failures toss
td back, come at last to the perfect stature of manhood and woman
hood, isn't it an ordeal really to be thankful tor and to rejoice in?
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