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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1J15.
THE GARDEN ISLr "
Issued Every Tuesday Mornin IV
ither Dermont Tim
The Old And The New
Kauai started out to have a record Christmas and succeeded
admirably. Good cheer was the program everywhere. Even the atro
cious weather did not mar the spirit of jollity which reigned supreme.
The parents of male students of Punabou acadamy will doubt
less admit that military training in the schools would' be a fine and
entirely proper thing for other sons than their own.
MONEY IN SIGHT
FOR THE ISLANDS
(.Special Washington Correspondence of THE
Washington, D. C,, Dec. 8. In
addition to the usual routine esti
mates the Secretary of the Trea
sury submitted the following at
a?ain flnnrnnpliin rr n .-.i ; ' - i
! . . -r r-o uuit-siuuc on a ime s a
mui me practical man pauses for a moment looks 7
hen goes forward. He looks back for the purpose of sun
esults and gaming therefrom inspiration and courage. Thai1
prepares to meet the responsibilities to be unfolded by the n.ie
Uiat are to come, and bravely sets out again on the journey. 8
Some men close the old year in feasting and drinking, at
come the new in maudlin carousal. That is one way, but it'
me right way. The soul that would develop itself and travel
world in a loftier, purer, and more promising atmosphere has i
chnation for that sort of thing. On the other hand. thr i a
sition toward anything but hilarity, and out of it is usually evthe opening of Congress and re
resolutions that have their practical value. commended the appropriations to
The main thing at the closing of the year is to set one's hoiuorrtspoiid be made for the 1917
order. All of us have made mistakes in 1915-some have erted gmCal year. .
ber of things that we might regard as passable would be managed d0; Cape kunn,kahl- 22,000.
tereiitly. Moreover, we would do many things that we have negle.l'earl Harbor Naval Station,
ed altogether. If we have, consciously or unconsciously, wrong5.000.
any person during this year, it would be a beautiful, satisfying act Uayal Magazine, Kuahua, $5,
correct that wrong before the bells toll upon the old year Friday night
It we haye failed toward any person, have been disloyal to a friend o. , T . v i i
have brokan promises, thereby leaving a sting, something should bearbr lnWcm'"V' Kahului.
done in order that it may be wiped trom the slate and not arise to)00'- Honolulu, $106,800.
blemish the innocence of the new year now so close at hand. is possible that there will be
1 rohtmg by the experiences, the successes and failures, of 1915.
Iff I1C 111 Alri. f si-n.n.t 111. . -
,u'",u wiui greater courage and increased determina
w iyi0 uie oest year ot all for Kauai, our friends and
3ouv.iuics uiiu ourselves.
neui dv nieiu, respectively. The tact is mentioned editorial!'
reason that the payment of dividends by a publishing housi
Hawaiian Islands is a rarity at best, and calls for comment;
the further reason that it indicates in this particular case, rei
As To Ourselves
Stockholders of The Garden Island Publishing Company re
ceived checks Christmas eve for ten per. cent, on the shares of stock
neui dv mem, respectively. The tact is mentioned rthu.,ixH fnr i,
. . . . .. j jui iiiv
use in the
Two years ago, although with very large financial backing in
event of necessity, the affairs of this company were badly tangled A
year later there were no debts and the business was in as neat 'and
trim shape as any corporation could wish for. Anothei year (the
present) a dividend of ten per. cent, is paid and a substantial cash
bala.ice is held over.
Still another year but Business Maimer,- it, ,..i..
1 1 it t . ..... - uiticiy aavs
..-.v.. UUi amuK, wiiu respect to tnat.
TV.; ; j... . ... .
' "-"li aiuu: iu execuem Dusiness management, in the
Allcrc nas oeen nusiiing tor new business all the time
viiumjr, me piaiu, nowever. nas not been ticriont.
XT Alt HI 0 l ..-.. 4. 1 . w
. . "''"-". "cw ivpe ana more modern aool ances have
vers and Harbors bill passed
; the present session of Con
Miaking detailed appropria-
' jr specific projects. In place
' a bill the plan adopted by
Congress may be followed
ng a blanket appropriation
for and harbor work and leav
ppo'rtionment and distri-
bllti:lthc Office of Engineers
tn v Such a plan, however.
'nc'uSpropriations for making
urvexl estimates for new pro
jects, if jt s10Uij be adopted,
.' uid be made tor new
cts in the several is-
On Thursday evening last the
Koloa Sunday schools had their re
gular annual Christmas tree at the
church in that town. The outlying
Sunday Schools, Lawai mauka and
Lawai kai, in best bib and tucker,
and in spite of bad roads and
threatening weather conditions,
were there in force to unite with
tne parent school tor the joyous
occasion. There was a somewhat
extended program consisting of
singing, scripture recitation, table
aux, etc., showing a great deal of
careful preparation, and doing ere
dit to all concerned.
Following this program the tra
ditional Santa Claus, with all the
traditional accessories and in the
most enthusiastic and genial Santa
Claus style, waltzed up the aisle
and deyoted himself to the distri
button of the presents, in which
distribution every member of the
school was remembered.
The church was very effectively
decorated for the occasion and was
filled to overflowing by the child
ren and their friends. Mrs. Henry
Blake, the superintendent, and her
assistants deserve much credit " for
their faithful efforts to give happi
ness to the children.
One 80 p
Engine with air
a bargain: quick
"Bulldcp. o. Box 166.
Dec. 21, 2. Advt.
been added from time to time, with the result that the establishment Sak' ReaS'r selling: installing
wiuiyycu ior any ciass 01 work originating on this island.
The Second (anH verv itn nnrMntl .1. ..
(. a I, , . ' nuauu iui me progress made is
ncariy co-operation ot the stockholders, the planta
tlOHS and hundreds of lnnl nK1i.e..:-:,,i r: . v .
, . . . : .,.., uum-ajjiuicu mcuu, who nave teen
u'""u.""u" "ougn to recognize tne vital importance of buildiiiK
up a hrst-class printing plant and havinir a first-clns. wn,,
paper on Kauai Their support made the business; the business has
.nut me sMiciium piant we now Have and the dividends.
iuiu.c. rvauai nas a year ot promise ahead. All
lines of business close the year in a satisfactory way, and the indica-
.JBner ininK 111 jyiO. THE UARDKN ISLAND PuBUSH-
ino Companv has laid plans for a greatly increased volume of job
work and improvements all along the line in the newspaper. There
will be changes in the paper style, for the better; and its news columns
..... uwllvi:iu lo iUC umit) wnue up.to.ate features will be added
from time to time. In short t1i ffTrvrf sn . 1- l. .
o r, i ' " 10 give to Kauai
- w.lt, rtl u newspaper second to none for rural communities-
oH i .;. r;r ;7" " s "as uee" IO"comin2 to that end in
That District Magistrate Law
That part of the present law rol-itinn- i, . ..
... ... . ; ...... fc ... ujjpuiuinieiit ot dis-
tnct magistrates is a lawyer's hold-up, and is working out to the
-v.. .,aU.Umllst w, nit- vuuiury aistricts.
In the first place, a man tn l (c ., .
m-"""-u uun.c as uistrict mais-
trate must be a lawyer licensed to practice in the district courts That
..K.ic u.cic were sucn lawyers, but as everybody knows
lega. Rentry are few and far between in all districts of the Islands ex
cept Honolulu and Hilo; and the few that are hanging around are ns
ship's6' mem " f the lee'slatnre or otherwise disqualified for judg'e-
It is a well known tact, home out by history, that some of the
best magistrates the islands have ever had were not lawyers at all
iliey were men of good, common sense and clear judgment and
those are the qualities wanted in the police courts.
The second part of the hold-up of rural communities is that no
man is eligible for appointment as district magistrate unless he be i
resident of the district he is tn r,r ti,.... ,. . . .!
t , . . nua u tuuniry aistnct is
forced to accept an lrresnonsihlc ir.t nr :i
... 1 j-.-.. . n .iuji.iici , ii us jeiiai siioniv
be limited, simply because he happens to live there: and is unable to
,n """""s "i'uu tome oiner district, or Honolulu
The principle is wrong. It is a cheap holdup that's all it is
and we hope the next legislature will blast that part of the Jaw from
the earth. "um
5 Paspger 1916
Model OinobUe for
Hire at a,urs.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are. received subject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong;
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary .Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe Deposit Boxes vok
Rent $2 and $3 a Yeae
M sLitBiPTiON list for the wrecked sailors of the bark Iva-,
Lthe Ur d veCei feady and liberal 5 These men lost the aTl
he h3 ; Ut n,y with their lives the clothes which
tn,t ,PP 1 t0 h3Ve "- 11 was a sad Christmas for them and thl
K rt; i evtWer; ll!eTS-dveS havi,1K SUCh ood time " on d be
quite ready t extend a helping Hand to these victims of misfortune
Honoldu Iron Wks.
HONOLULU AND HILO
Major BRoAnmtuT ciir,. i, ... .
,.c. i,:. , , , wU ii, c nKiii sj)int wnen ne ottered
use of his beach hnnw frr oiK t. , "v1
,i p, A , : iris ior ine oincers ot tne Nation.
-I?u it is thV. " '?J!Se deS n0t C0,"pare in Portance ti ar, orie
but it is the spirit that we were thinking about. We hope that i hit
issrsr and wm strike in certai- -
On ths opr
' Vi ?e,,ress delegate Kalanianaole caused
ill making an appropriation for the proposed
There ,s a good chance of the item getting
-ed of money for the campaign of "prepa rel
e .11 inch proposed appropriations to be close-
Let Us Do All Yduf
Laundry and Dry Cleaning
Territorial Messenger Service
THE GARDEN ISLAND'S DAILY WIRELESS
jointr to ITnt s
ally befalls benedicts "'" fr the j AU the news of lhe world every morning at only $1 .00 per
j month. The Daily is delivered by auto at every town.
A splendid show
ing of Holiday
BOX 566 HONOLULU
"Vu your foot down 9
Insist on the gas that won first
honors, San Francisco and San Diego
Expositions a quicker response and
more miles to the dollar.
" 1 i Standard Oil
OT WUail TV Company
Up-to-date Livery, Draying and Boarding Stable and Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
F. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 43 W Waimea P. O. Box 71
P. O. Box 524
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotei. ,