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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, April 29, 1919, Page 4, Image 4',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY. APRIL. 29, 1019
ANY A NO
THE GARDEN ISLAND
Kauai First, Last and all the time.
KENNETH C. HOITKR,
L 1 11 V F.
ismfferesce to the
Sunday afternoon at tho Kam
review at tho park, when the col
ors vent hy a crowd of tho on
lookers stood there a nnrv$ion-
casual look at them, or a pmeralllot for ?ST0. without having paid
interest in them. That teacher a rent for it. Many persons didn't ! I
have clear-cut idea, and emphatic
ideas, about how to run a chool,
this is not to be wondered at.
and not to be discounted. And
. V .1 1 1
mve as graven image, and asnen iney speaK. aiong ineir own
glumly unpatriotic as a bunch of; line, it ought to be more or less
i'i f .H uiiir ..itiic. tt wii ...... .......... . ...... v .-..f.... . .. 1 !,. i. -I j j Honolulu
so clarinclv disloval that Lieut, sit up ami listen. them to make a success of hoine-iT
Cleveland, army officer in charge!
of the niilitarv trainimr of the
i u ..,. " n ..i .i 1 . 1: when you do your
IHM S. MlUI jUl 1 ,1111
have money enough to pay their,
fare to llilo from where they hap-j
Hned to Ite living, or to pay the
tirst installment on their lots. 1
"Theso ixwili' know when thevi
tiled their applications that
the machine with the
action and remarkable
endurance. IVst for ex
pert and amateur.
The lioan will le
quents down and brought them to
time. . 1
A kindly charity will jxrhapsj
attribute this sort of thing to ig-'
noranoe. It is time Midi ignor-;
ance should Ik' enlightened and
perhaps the only way to do this
will ho to arrvst and punish a few
of those offender. Failing this
extreme measure then ought io
Ih a !nng enough Americanism
in this community to make it
"hot" for such sl.-ukers, whether
it W inadvertance or more overt
t it it Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
" 11 Unl.i VAi.nn Hnt.l Rlrln.
steading, and yet they came ' in
ami shut out other of the TOO '
-don't waste it. Sub-
HHA7 A TEACHER TH1K.
THE OOVERXOR AMI THE
The Governor has recently giv
en to the House some important
information and some very sane
and sensible suggestions in regard
to homesteads and hotnesteading. !
He announces that the attorney !
general will tackle the matter of
the ownership of the Hanapepe
water, and carry it to an issue,
just as soon as the legislative
work is out of the way. It would
le useless to do anything about
homoteadiug the Hanapepe lands
until the title to the water is set
tle,!. The Governor pointed out the
who might have attained success.
In the Waikea situation there ? CALIFORNIA FEED CO
was the same sort of thing over. .
. , LIMITED.
but wor There were 4.. an- ,
... Dealers in
1 , . , , 1 i Hay, tiRAix and Chicken
The article "Improvements in practical weakness of the present
Hawaii" Schools." by a Kauai system which makes it conipul-te.-ul.er.
was furnished to the , 'T.V to open up a tract whenever
Garden Island f.-r publication, by ' there are petitioners making
Sv.vnn:e;.dem MaoCaugluy. It application for the same, without
i sicnif.car.t of or.;e of the more condition or limitation as to their
".oeds of our schools and
a iart-fr.1 and sympa-r.sideration.
he teacher, especial
v.perior education and
f.mes for making proper use of
the land. Anvone can join in the
petition and join in the running.
At I'apaaloa there were more
than 700 applicants for Tl lots,
cent of the successful applicants
had no money, and had to Iwrow
it in order to got to llilo.
In California, when land is
i oeneu up. prospective settler
have to undergo an examination
as to how much money they have,
and the extent of their experience.
Any man who hasn't resources
enough to carry him for a year is
turned down flat. The man who
has no experience is advised to go
to work on a farm and get exper
ience. The Governor thinks that the
lower lands at Kekaha. to the ex
tent of some 3000 acres, should be
homesteaded. and that the up
lands to the amount of some HioO
acres should le leased to the mill
as an agricultural nucleus and for
the employment of tot ween -sea son
He speaks of YVaimanalo and;
Kekaha as the only considerable
tracts of Government land now
remaining and suitable for home
steading. What atom YVailua?
Sole Agents for
International t-k. Poultry Fo.l
iii other f i-cia!tie. Araliic fur
cooline Iron Roo!. IVuluina In
Cijbator ani Rr.vxler?.
King's Special Chick Food
P.O. Box 452. Honolulu
I OrrW It Bv Mail! I
Our Mail Okiki Dm-amtmknt in excep
tionally well equipp.-iljo handle all your Drug
and Toilet wnnls thoro'iKlily and nt om:e.
Wc will pay jwislagn on all ordern of U)f and
over, except the followinn:
Mineral Waters, l$aly Koodn, filawware
and artich of unusual weight and small
Non-Mailable: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat poisons, Iodine, Ant poison, Mer
cury Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Car
bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or in
If your order is very heavy or contains much
liquid, we suggest that you have it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
The Rexal Store
Box 426 Honolulu
(.The Fairview) I
Twentv-t.vo elegant rooms I
In Main Building T
Thtee Airy Cottages J
Cuisiue unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
- .. i .. .
e,c. know mor. about what Many went into the matter -ly 7 S evervthl
lie sc-b.v.'.s nAl and caught to have as a speculation. One man. a Ihlo America asks. The donihtovs
than ar.y o-.nsiaer. who takc-s a policeman. sdd his option on his! didn't wail "uits."
Mr - ?"& 4: i V
Tip Top Theatre
Chuck McCarthy was an-iron worker newly bitten
by the movie-bug. When the leading lady cast
affectionate glances his way he didn't know that he
was being made "THE GOAT.
Also a Paramount two reels Comedy
Pathe Weekly News Pictorial
Thursday, May 1st
AVillam Fox presents JEWEL CARMEN in
The eventful! story of an interrupted honeymoon.
ALSO- Two Reels World's Greatest Comedy Sen
sation. Pathe Weekly News Pictorial.
Saturday, May 3rd
DOUG LAS FAIRBANKS
Th? Real -Arizona" of Stage Fame, with the Real
Dojglas, Real Cavalry, Real Wild PrairieA regular
ALSO-Two Reels World's Greatest Comedy Sensa-
Pathe Weekly News Pictorial
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Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Family Scales Platform Scales
Bathroom, Counter, Grocer
Spring, Fish, Ice,
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Large shipment just received.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
Lumber and Building Materials
109-177 So. King Street
"We have not studied
cost nor economy as
we should, either as
organizers of indus
try, statesmen, or as
But there is yet time
to start to save and
that time is NOW.'
J M Jt
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