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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, SEPT. 25, 1917
Enrollments for New Year.
HA EN A SCHOOL
Grade 1 15; grade 2 0; grade 3
2; grade 4 5; grade 5 8; grade fi 1.
Total 34 in one room with one
6 teachers. 233
Grade 1 22; grade 2 8; grade 3
15: iznide 5 8: erado 7 7. Total GO
in two rooms with two teachers.
Grade 1 19: grade 2 4; grade
5; grade 4 9; grade 5 10; grade 6
8: urade 7 2. Total 57 in two rooms
with two teachers.
Grade 1 13; grade 2 10; grade 3
7: crade 4 5. Total 35 in one
room with one teacher.
Grade 1 139 in 3 rooms
" 2 76 " 2 "
" 3 73 " 2 "
" 4 44 s' 1 "
' 5 52 "1 " .
" 6 35 " 1 "
.. ? 29 ' 1 "
" 8 25 " 1 "
403 12 rooms
with 12 teachers.
Grade 1 172 in 3 rooms
" 2 53 " 1
" 3 95 " 2 "
4 41 .. j ..
" 5 63 " 2
" 6 46 " 2 room partly
,. ? 37 j
... g 17 .. j
524 13 rooms with
228 6 rooms with
MANA SCHOOL "
Grade 1 31 ; grade 2 1 ; grade
8 ; grade 4 2. Total 44 in one room
with one teacher.
Porto Rico as a
Porto Rico is coming rapidly to
the front in sugar products.
The crop just harvested rims to a
little over oUU.UUU tons, whicli is
creeping up on our output.
One single mill Guanica Centrale
, turned out no lessthan 81,000 tons
which far outruns our largest estate
There are, all told, some fifty es
tates, many of which are small con
cerns turning out only a few hun
This is the time to resurrect sunk
en vessels and recover old wrecks
Shore waters are being narrowly
searched lor wrecks that can be re
habilitated. A number of these
winch have been .submerged for
years are being raised in the Great
Lakes and along the Atlantic Coast
which had been entirely forgotten
aiw one lias just been raised n
Chesapeake Bay which will net her
salver upwards of a million dollars
Une would think that someone
would Ik; looking at the Prosper
lying, seemingly intact, on the
Cost of the World War
The estimated cost of the world
war, to date, is, approximately
$90,000,000,000, a sum almost be
yond the comprehension of the
average individual, It means
per capita' cost of about $55 for
every man. woman, and child on
earth. That expenditures for war
purposes are not growing less, in
the aggregate, is seen by the fact
that the daily cost to all belligerent
is now about $117,000,000. Thi
compares with about $105,000,000
six months or so ago. Now that
the United States has entered the
conflict, it is probable, from thi
time forward, that the expenditures
will increase much more rapidly.
Mrs. II. I). Wisliard has just re
turned from the Coast where she
has been for the last two or three
months in close touch with her son
.oslie, who is in training for the
aviation branch of the military ser
She reports that the training is
exceedingly strenuous; from 5 m
the morning till. 10 at night; -with
only short periods oft for meals;
and all the time under, high pres
sure. Beginning at the Presidio,
he has lately been at Berkeley in
connection with the University oi
California. The work thus far has
lecn preliminary to flying; partly
theoretical and partly practical;
electrical, telegraphy, telephony,
photography, air currents, machine
construction etc. Having finished
this course satisfactorily he will
now proceed to San Diego for the
instruction and training in actual
flying, which is expected to lake
six weeks, nc win men e reaay
for actual military service, and will
hold tTie rank of 1st. lieutenant,
this being the rank of all compe
The discipline is .exceedingly
rigid, and very many fail to stand
up Under it. In. case of failure in
any line the candidates are dropped
without mercy and without expla
nation; they then become liable to
the regular draft and of course take
their chances with the rank and
file for the more menial service.
The fear of. this keeps them up to
the mark : but even so, many are
not equal to the requirements.
The Freight Situation
Lihue, Kauai, Sept. 21st 1917
Editor, Garden Island:
The attention of your valuable
paper ami the general public is res
pectfully called to the anomalous
conditions existing to clay in our
freight service from Honolulu.
The grinding season being over,
the S. S. ' Mauna Loa's" extra trip
on Monday has been withdrawn,
causing eongestion all around; this
is alright however, but who can un
derstand for what reason the "Ma
una Loa," when she arrives at Na-
wiliwili early on Friday morning,
lands only passengers, mail and
perishable goods and then skips out
and returns nobody knows when,
sometimes on Saturday, sometimes
even on Monday and tiien dumps
the fieight on "the wharf.
Merchants from far away places
are congregated Friday morning
eary to receive their freight, men
and trucks "are waiting, but in vain.
as no notice has been given "of this
arbitrary procedure, and noone'ean
tell when the boat will be back, the
whole resulting in loss o f time,
money, labor and temper, besides
raising a large crop of disgruntled
customers, who are wondering why
they are not served,
Nawilwih, being the first port oj
call, has always had service first
and is entitled to it; but no. the
rich corporation who is serving us
without competition, alas, simply
ignores us, not even having the gract
to notify its customers of. its action.
An outraged public has neaily
readied the limits of patience and
active steps are to lie taken to end
these intolerable conditions by put
ting the case before the public at
large and the Public Utilities Com
mission, hoping thereby that i
speedy end may be brought to this
outrage and normal conditions
again be brought about by the
guilty parties being brought up
witli a sharp turn.
Thanking you in advance, Mr.
Editor, for publishing this expose,
lours very truly truly,
W omans Food Commission
Chairmen of the auxiliary com
mittees of the Woman's Sub Com
mittee of the Territorial Food Com
mission, outside of Honolulu, are
announced by Mrs. Alexander as
Mr. B. I). Bond j -Hawaii;
Mrs. A. ('..Bowdish, Maui;
-Mrs. il. P. Cooke, Molokai;
Miss Elsie Wilcox, Kauai.
These women, already leaders in
community life, will carry on the
work begun so auspioiously in Ho
nolulu. Miss Wilcox is chairman
of the work committee of the Moki-
hana Club, of Kauai, which has
taken food conservation as its pro
gram for the year, and is ahead of
any organization in the- islands in
earnestness and intelligent grasp of
the situation. This club is already
I entertaining speakers from Honolu-
ju ana nopes at a later date to secure
the, services of Mrs. James Russell
in a series of combined lectures and
cooking exhibitions. The Friend.
The final figures showed that
$3,035,226,850 was subsciibed to
the Liberty Loan, and that 9.659
382 young men registered under
the draft law. Approximately
$115,000,000 was raised during
Red Cross week.
Where is Makahuena?
The Mentor, a beautifully illus
trated Travel Magazine, devotes the
SeptemlKT number to Hawaii with
a very intelligent account of the Is
lands and a number of fine sepia
pictures illustrative of the some of
the most interesting features of the
Among the pictures there is one
of Nawiliwili, as it was 15 or 20
years ago, Nawiliwili sure, but
labeled Maka-huena, Kauai. Per
haps it was Makahuena somewhere
far back in prehistoric times, but if
so, how did the Mentor "get unto"
NAWILIWILI GARAGE, Agents for Kauai.
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dt Luxe, with the aged-in-the-wood mellowness and with
out a trace of bite, truly deserves its name ' 'The Smooth
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The big- feature
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The consumption of sugar in the
United States runs at alout 80 lbs.
per capita per annum ; in England
it is only about zt los. We area
sugar loving people. Of the total
amount consumed by the American
citizen in a year some 53 lbs. is
bought for straight consumption
while the balance is used in manu
factured products such as confec
tionery, ice-cream, bakery products,
jams and jellies etc.
We are requested to shaie our
excess with England and our other
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