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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1916,
KnpAa Latter Day Saints Church at Kapaa Hall, Saturtlay,
191G, at i o'clock P. M. Dancing at Tcraoka Hall nftrr Concert.
1. Opening Song, "Moikcl.a." Lei Mokihana Chorus.
2. vuon, ... ... Kekaha Glee Club,
B. j met, loiin and rlut(. JJercensc." Mr. Konkc nnrl Mr lJir1d011
4. Song, Ivuk'' L. D. S. Club.
f. Act, Cliarlie Chaplin" Johnson and Quinn.
". o'O) -- Mr. W. f!. .TimnP7.
7. Jig,.... .. Otto Johnson.
8.. Duet, Kilinpu" Mrs. Hnlnolc and Mra Titcomb.
5). Act, 1'un o ka Ilei" L. D. S. Club.
10. Song, -Eho" Ladies' Club.
11. Song, "Koinamo" Lei Mokihana Chorus.
12. Flute S.ilo, ' Pookalanipn" .'. Mr. Kopke.
13. Selection, . .""Kekaha Glee Club.
11. Solo, Guitar Steel Play David Kaui.
l.j. Itilly and his Fiddle, Kawaihau Senior Quintette.
Ifi Duet, 'Kalalea" Mr. Meheula and daughter.
17. Funny Act. ...Mrs. Williams and Mr. Kekipi
IS. Duct, Waihee" Mrs. S. L. Kclekoma and Mrs. Kealanioku.
V.). Quartet, 'Mrs. Ilipa and Mrs. Makalio.
20. Tableau, "Nanmile"... L. D. S. Chorus.
(Continued from page 1.)
crs arc given beautiful homes to live
in and they are kept as nice as ninny
o the, resiliences in this city. At
first T did not know that some of
t'lese houses were common laborers'
homes. I met some of the most
prominent people on Kauai ami
they told me that there is no labor
trouble on that island between the
plantations and the laborers.
"Without my advice the laborers
will make their permanent homes
on Kauai. It ha often been report
ed that the camps at the plantations 1
of that island need improvement,
but this is not so. The dwellings
f iat the plantations furnis'i to th
laborers are line. I was told by
managers that these quarters are
cleaned by the plantations at their
expense. What more can the labor
"I have no complaints to make
against the plantations for their
treatment of laborers, but I diseover
eufthat amone the labors there is
much extravagance and too
many small Japanese stores.
"The financial condition of the
laborers is becoming poor on account
of easy money, I found that some
laborers have spent as much as $200
for the celebration of a child's birth
day. I emphasized that they must
be very economical in their daily
lives. Japanese merchants in this
BRIGHT, YOUNG BOY with
thoroiigh.knowledge of English to
learn the printing business.
Apply Business Office GARDEN
D. B. Murdoch, auditor of the
Maui Agricultural Co. and A. & B.
plantations on Kauai, came over on
the Kinau Wednesday morning.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Real Estate and Insurance
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American Magazine and
Woniuns Home Companion 2.0
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I tome Needlework and Modern
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IIarier.' Magazine and Colliers
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Kenneth C. Hopper,
efty must be careful of their Kauai
trade and not give too much' credit
to Vhe laborers on that island.
'I especially emphasised that
they must not spend their money in
unnecessary ways. They have every
thing that is necessary from the
plantation, but they must be care
ful with their savings."
Old age finds many, who
in their youth were able
tt go out any day and
make a good living, with
out means of support and
without an income. In
youth is the time to pre
pare for the future when
your earning capacity
diminishes, as it surely
will. Putting aside a cer
tain amount each month
has been-the salvation of
many an honored olc
We pay 4 on savins accounts
W. A. Fernandez' Program This Week
The Famous Players
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"HEARST SELIG NEWS"
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Makaweli, Wednesday, Oct. 4; Eleele, Thursday; Waimea, Friday; Koloa,
Saturday; Lihue, Monday.
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Safb Deposit Boxes for
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