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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, June 29, 1920, Page 3, Image 3',
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THE GABBES JSIAND, TUE9X)AX . WE 29, 1920 "
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The people of Makawell Plantation
have determined to have a program
and celebration for Independence Day
second to none on the Island. The
program will take place on July 3rd
and will be an all-day affair and, is
FOR EVERY PURPOSE
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helnn Dlanncd and to be run off by the
men of the Plantation. The members
of the Committee in charge are: To
raichi Yokonuma, Gen Kashiwaeda, '
J. J. Cambra, Pentura Turivllll, Jose
Villarin and E. L. Damkroger.
The program Is as follows:
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of the fact that I have a qualified
at your service
My personal guarantee goes
with all the work done, backed
up by a reputation, gained
during 25 years on the islands,
for A FAIR AND SQUARE
If your eyes trouble you, or
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S. E. LUCAS
9 o'clock Baseball Game. Ail-Around Chinese of Honolulu vs
Admission 10 Cents
11 o'clock lapanese Girls Flower Dance. Under supervision of
Mr. T. Muneoka
Order of Events
Obstacle race, open for all.
Tricycle race for small boys.
50 Yard Dash for men.
Rabbit Ilop for men.
Centipede Race for boys. (Six on each team)
Egg race for girls.
Japanese Lantern race for men.
Sack race for boys.
Japanese shoe race for men.
Blindfold wheelbarrow race for men. (Two on a team)
Hobble race for girls.
50 Yard Dash for boys.
Mile race open to all.
Rolling tub race for men.
Full dress race for men.
Relay race (Four men to team)
Three teams entered: One Japanese, one Filipino and
Pie eating contest.
GREASED POLE. $5.00 to the person who gets the flag first,
or climbs the highest.
Prizes will be awarded to winners of all events.
7:30 o'clock Vaudeville Acts.
Tsubaki, the Prince of Magic in Black Art.
Hawaiian Orchestra.' :
Motion l'ict ures. " "
Constructed and set off by I. Harada and
COMMITTEE IN CHARGE
Toraichi Y'okouuma Gen Kashiwaeda
Ventura Cambra Jose Villarin
J. J. Cambra
Field Marshal P. S. Loomis
Referee Dr. W. T. Dunn
a tart era
Gen Kashiwaeda A. Q. Marcallino .
E. L. Damkroger
FIRE AND ITS MASTER
FIGHT FIRE WITH
R. P. Jesse
Harry Oueha, Jr.
Clerks of Course
R. C. Macdouald
J. J. Cambra
Miyamoto, a Japanese employed as a
laborer by the Makee Sugar Company
and residing at Pueo Camp, was found
dead in his room early Tuesday morn
ing. After an investigation into the
cause of his death, the authorities re
port that the man had been ill for
about a month, and that death was
probably due to his inability to call
for proper medical assistance.
Jce cream cones, soda water, smokes, candies, cookies, po
tato chips and fruit, for sale at the booths. The profit from the
sale of refreshments go toward paying the expenses of the cele
bration. M. V. Fernandez is in charge.
FIREFOAM is a lire-smothering, fire extinguishing foam which
covers all burning objects like a blanket. It puts out fire quick
er than other extinguishing agents, and prevents re-ignition.
, It coats and clings to all sulfates, and finals on even the most
intlaniable liquids like gasoline, burning nil, paint, grease, etc.
It is effective against every kind of fire. Unlike water, it does
Another unusual characteristic of FOAM1TE FIREFOAM is
its tremendous power of expansion. When brought into play,
it expands more than eight-fold in volume. Von do not have
to use your imagination to realize the importance of this ad
vantage. Fire-foam, unlike all other fire extinguishing agents,
neither destroys nor damages. It is easily wiped off, or brush
ed oil as a light powder as soon as it dries.
F0AH1TE FIREFOAM HAS MASTERED EVERY TYPE OF FIRE
And there is another fact that concerns you personally.
FOAM ITE FIRE-EXTINGUISHERS in the 1 gal. size are
obtainable in our store. In order that yon may see how Fire
foam smothers tires, we will be glad to furnish you with illus
trated pamphlets showing actual photographs of fires which
have been quickly ami effectively put out with FIREFOAM.
FOAMITE FIREFOAM EQUIPMENT consists of the following:
-Vi Ka'- Splash-Proof Etinguisher
Hi, gal. Copper Extinguisher
:5 "gal. Fire Pail
5 gal. Copper Extinguisher
40 gal. Engine
5() gal. Engine
and charges for same
Prices on u indication c,
McBryde Sugar Co. Store
WHOLESALE & RETAIL
MAKAWELI SCHOOL GRADUATING
EXERCISES A SUCCESS
The first graduating exercises held
at Makaweli school was a real success.
It was held last Friday evening on the
Plantation ball ground. A large large
stage having been built for the pur
pose by the Plantation. A large
crowd attended the exercises.
The program consisted o fthe fol
1. Opening Bong: Welcome, by first
2. Shoe Maker's Dance: First grade
3. Song: Suubounet Babies. Third
4. Tableaux from Miles Standish; by
seventh grade pupils.
5. Song: Ameica the Beautiful, Sixth
6. Swedish Clap Dance: Third grade
7. Song: Politeness. Fourth grade
8. Folk Dance: Third grade pupils.
9. Garland Drill: Fifth grade pupils.
10. Presentation of medals and rib
bons to winners at Field and Track
meet held at Koloa. Presented by E.
Damkroger and pined on by Mrs. B.
11. Graduating Exercises. Class song,
poem and history by members of the
class. Rev. Bayless of Lihue present
ed the diplomas after a short talk to
12. Star Spangle Banner by everyone
Following the exercises the Plan
tatlon gave a motion picture program.
Graduating exercises were held at
the Kapaa school at 10 a. m. yesterday.
The graduates this year are Yoshicbi
Yoshida, lsami Wakamoto, Shlzuyo
Shito, Johu Souza, Kumoa lkawa,
Henry Tam Kee, Adeline Mladnich,
Sueko Nishikawa, Koon Wai Ching,
Shigeru Itagaki, Walter Aloiau, Julia
Aguiar, Yoshlo Fugumitsu, Ah Tim
Ching, Yoshiko Kttiemura, Ernest Ka
poza, Adeline Kodrigues, Edward Sou
za, Mary Aguiar, Tomatsu Naito, John
Puni, Teruyo Watayo, Hatsuyo.
The program fo rthe day consisted
of the following:
Invocation Father Hubert.
Song Star Spangled Banner.
Address Mr. M. R. Aguiar, Jr.
Song Sweet and Low
Scene in 1940 Julia Aguiar and Wal
Song Imi Au la Oe
Reading of Class Will Jorgeon Jen
sen. Song Sail on
Presentation of Class gift Mary
Acceptance of Gift Edward Morgan.
Song by Class Santa Lucia.
Presentation of Diplomas Mr. Ray
Following is the program of the
graduating exercises held under the
large shade trees in the Lihue public
school grounds yesterday morning.
1. Introduction by Mr. Simpson.
2. Songs by 7th and 8th grades.
(a) Evening Bell
Talk by Mr. Bayless
Presentation of diplomas
Star Spangled Banner
Eigth grade sing chorus of Aloha
"How's this for a tribute to old King
Solomon," said the Street Corner Idler,
as he handed the following clipping
which was headed, "Bobby's Essay,"
to Editor Schmied of the Dakota City
King Solumn wuz a man who lived
so many years in the country that he
wuz the hole push. He wuz a offel wize
guy and 1 day 2 wimmen came 2 him
each 1 holdeing the legs of a babie
and nerely pulling the kid in 2 and
each clameiug it, and King Sol wasn't
feeling just rite and Bed, "why cuddent
the brat ben twinz and stopt this mix
up," and then he called for his sworde
2 splitt this innocent little kid so each
ov the wimmen cud have Mi. when the
reel ma of the baibe buts in and sez,
"Stopp, Solumn, stay thi hand, and
let the old hagg hav the kid, for if I
can'tt have a hole kid I dontt want
anny," and King Solumn told her 2
take the baiby and go home and wash
its face, for he was hep it was her, and
told the other daime to go chals her
self. King Solumn wuz father of the
masens and bilt Solumn's temple. He
'had 700 wifes and more than 300
latddy frens, and that iz why there is
so many masens in the wurld. Pa sez
that King Solumn wuz a warm mem
ber and 1 think he waz hot stuf myself.
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