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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JAN. 13, 1920
Wall & Dougherty Ltd.
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over, except the following:
Mineral Waters, Bahy Foods, Glassware
and articles of unusual weight and small
Non-Mailable: Alcohol, Strychnine,
Rat poisons, Iodine, Ant poUdn, Mer
cury Antiseptic Tablets, Lysol, Car
bolic Acid, Gasoline, Turpentine, Ben
zine and all other poisonous or in
f lamable articles.
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liquid, we suggest that you have it sent by
Benson, Smith & Co., Ltd.
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t Our aim is to serve you efficiently in financial matters of
T every description.
t We have well equipped departments at your service for corres- f
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de luxe Electric
Specially priced during the Holidays at
Nickel-plated ; guaranteed for 10 years. A handsome,
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use. A beautiful Christinas gift.
Lewers & Cooke, Ltd.
109 177 So. King Street
Kauai Filipinos Disagree
WithManlipit's Labor Policy
We are all famlllnr now with the
existing society of the Filipinos rec
ently founded by Rev. Nicolas Dizon,
whose object was to unite, uplift and
protect the Filipino peoplu In Hawaii.
In Kauai, we have also a branch of
this society, now being headed by the
undersigned. It has for Its objects to
unite and cope with tho numberless
troubles and problems of which the
race Is concerned.
The Filipinos of Kauai are now con
sidered In the hands of the officers of
this Boclety. We can make a snap
right in a minute, and with It, we
could bring all tho Filipinos all over
Kauai and have them back us.
It Is now an existing and deliberate
enmity all over the world, the Bol
shevike movement. Men riue up and
try to intimidate others thru Bol
shevik! influence. All over the Unit
ed States the tonguu and fangs of
these rattlesnake parasites through
out, 1. e. the I. W. W. and Bolshevik!
are being propagated. Innocent and
patriotic governmental officers who
try to defend the Constitution of the
United States of America sometimes
receive fatal shot as result. And yet,
we thank the Almighty above, be
cause !n Hawaii there is no Buch
movement or such a rattlesnake, al
tho there are thoBO who declare they
sympatnize with them, but who could
not do otherwise because they think
they could not apply effectively their
A month ago there started a move
ment really !n line with Bolshe
vik! plans and ideas. The movement
has for its purpose and accomplish
ed the demand for increase of
wages. It was true it was the demand
of the Filipino laborers to ask that
their wages be Increased in order to
cope with the high cost of living.
This Justified demand of the Fili
pino laborers on Kauai can really be
proven and to show to the public eye
Its unquestioned truth and incorrect
ible evidence, the planters should now
make It a study and learn this con
ception and imagination of the writer
whether It be Justified or unjustified.
The labor question in Hawaii is
now the midst of the battlefield and
needs to be solved rightly in some
way. It has got to be met some way
that the laborers' conditions may be
bettered. Really it is a problem that
should not escape our common sense,
as benovelent and reasonable men.
If we are the sons of the Almighty,
we should be considerate and relieve
the labor situation.
We are not in sympathy, of course,
with the Bolshevik movement or the
Reds, or the I. W. W., but we believe
this demand of the laborers to a true
and justified desire, and we are now
asking again thru pleas and request,
and after request, another reconsid
eration of this justified demand of our
brothers. We do not consider it any
better way if we wish to ask for these
demands than to submit it in a form
of pleas thru advertisement rather
than to resort it to any of the ways
of the I. W. W., or the Reds. And so
we could declare that we at Kauai as
a whole do not consent or agree with
Manlipit policy as to the way he
should like' to have the. Planters solve
the problem. But we believe it is true
to rely upon the conscience of the
managers and planters and have them
reconsider a little wider and be more
considerate and benevolent toward
their fellow workers who are the
laborers in the midst of the sunshine
Therefore, we conclude and trust
after all fights that the planters may
reform upon what they have already
NEW CHEMIST FOR MAKAWELI
Mr. Carlos, Ezeta, until recently
with Benson,' Smith & Company, of
Honolulu, arrived last week to take
over the duties of chemist at Maka
weli. Mr. Ezeta, before coming to Hono
lulu, was a resident of Salvidor, where
he has had extensive experience in
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Made in U. S. A.
For Auto and Motorcycle
Inner Tube and Caving Repairs
Kauai Trading Co.
Koloa Kauai Agents
TIP TOP THEATRE
Kilauea, Saturday Kapaa Sunday
LASKY CORPORATION PRESENTS
MARION DA VIES in
THE DARK STAR"
Innocently she was plunged into a seething whirlpool of event,
tragic and amazing in New York, in Paris and on the ea.
It's a smashing tale of love, intrigue and daring by Robert
W. Chambers and it ran recently in The Sun Francisco Ex
aminer, as a serial.
IN 7 REELS OF FILM
15th Chapter of PEARL WHITE in
"THE LIGHTING RAIDER"
Weekly News Up to Date
4 ' -yK'"" V', .
tfhe Dark, Star
THURS. JANUARY 15
Meet the Cnluekiest Man Who Ever Cursed n Jinx
NEVER SAY QUIT"
Wait until you see the latest George Walsh comedy. After iliat you'll never have the nerve to
say it, for you'll see that, no matter how bad luek has been with you, it's been wuase with
(ieorge Walsh. The saddest Story That Made You Laugh.
Also Other Pictures
Weekly News Up to Date
FRIDAY, JAN. 16
Seventh Chapter of "THE TIGER'S TRAIL" with Ruth Roland
6th Chapter of Eddie Polo in "The Lure of the Circus"
Pathe Weekly Up-to-date
SAT. JAN. 17
a. Love Insurance'
One of Bryant Washburn's Rest Pictures Come and See it.
Also A Two Reel Western Picture
Weekly News Up-to-Date
No Movies at the Tip Top Theatre
: f AIIFflRNIA FEED fO ?
Hay, Grain and Chicken
Sole Agents for
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and other pjK'cialties. Arabic (or
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King's Special Chick Food
P. O. Box 452, Honolulu
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In Main Building
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Cuisine unexcelled in country
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
RUBBER STAMPS made at
this oflice on Wednesdays and
"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.
Jl M J
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