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THE GARDEN ISLAND
Issued Every Tuesday
K EN NET I IC. 1 1QITKR Managing Editor
TUESDAY IUNE 2)
THE GARDEN ISLAND, . TUESDAY, JUTE 29, 1920
SEE HI FR
When in Honolulu
LOOK AFTER THE "MOVIES''
Tin Chamber of Commerce let
ter to tin? County Treasurer in re
yard to moving pictures, published
in another column of this issue,
calls attention to a very vital and
If the "movies" are going to tie
allowed to dispense vicious, im
moral ami indecent propaganda
for the devil, at will, it is going to
be mighty "hard sledding" for the
churches. Sunday schools and oth
er moral agencies of the commun
ity to hold their own against them.
And more menacing still, it is go
inr to be an uphill job for the
homes 1o hold out against them.
1 lie comparatively few ( a1 nest,
sincere and right minded people
who freipient the churches and
tind inspiration and moral edu
cation there, are not "in it" with
the crowds who go to the "movie
and the latter are the ones that
need the education and inspira
tion the most. Furthermore, by the
very weight of numbers, and out
spoken virility of opinion, they
are the ones who make themselves
heard, and who are going to con
stitute public opinion.
If there was a doctrinal heresay
in one of our churches something
about the Trinity, or Salvation by
Faith there would be a great line
and cry about it, and the heresy
would be rooted out, even though
not one person in a hundred un
derstood what it was all about.
3?ut the 'movies' can go on spread
ing broadcast the most pernicious
propogauda of the devil and noth
ing is done abilut it.
There is no getting away from
the fact that the "movies" do
reach He masses, and do influence
them. Accordingly, whatever we
do about our churches, we must
look after the "movies" ami see to
it that they are not insidiously,
but steadily undermining the very
foundations of our social fabric,
defeating the influence of the
home, poisoning the springs of
happiness, and corroding the fine
ideals of life.
THE CLOS1SG SCHOOLS,
AM DEl'ARTJXO TEACHERS
The Closing exercises of the
schools this week; the trooping
home of the children with their
books for vacation, and the depart
ure for other scenes of scores of
teachers, all Ihese things remind
us again of the fact that these
schools are one of the most vital
factors in the well-being and suc
cess of tin; coming generation.
We think perhaps of fields, and
mills, and stores and banks as the
important institutions of a com
munity, they are not to be com
pared with the schools lor signili
cance and far reaching influence.
During the year now closing the
schools on this Island have been
very seriously handicapped, first
by a shortage of teachers, and lat
er by the prevalence of the II u epi
demic. In spite of these handi
caps, we undertsand that the
schools have all completed the
year's work very satisfactorily.
This has been done maiuly by
the unremitting faithfulness of
teachers and children, making up
for lost time. This has entailed a
great deal of extra work on the
teachers, and made it very hard
for them. They are to be highly
commended and congratulated on
All things considered, we have
had a very superior lot of teachers
s year, both those from abroad,
and those trained here at home;
and it is a matter of sincere regret
(that we are losing so many of
them. We will remember them
with pleasure, and our very bests
wishes go with them.
Flights made every day from the field at Wnipouli Kaee Track.
County Fair Debt
Be Soon Wiped Out
The plantations of central Maui
have virtually decided to assume the
entire indebtedness of the Maui Coun
ty Fair & Racing Association, amount
ing to some $62,000 and to contribute
some $10,000 or $12,000 additional for
further development of the associa
tion property at Kahului, says the Maui
This announcement is made by
Harold W. Rice, chairman of the 1920
fair committee, who it is understood
suggested the idea to the directors of
the several plantations. The plan has
the approval of most of these but ow
ing to the absence from the territory
of certain directors of one company it
Is not considered In order to make the
announcement absolutely positive. The
matter will be definitely known within
the next few weeks, but there is as
surance that the larger part of the
amount indicated above will be fotrh
At the meeting of the directors of
the association held on Tuesday, Pres
ident P. F. Haldwin, broke the good
news which was received with ap
pluuse and deepest gratification. Mr,
Baldwin is known to have favored the
plan since it was suggested to him by
Chairman Rice, some weeks ago, and
he has been working hard for it ever
Endorsement of Fair
The plan is for the companies to
assess themselves 75 cents per ton on
this year's sugar production, which
will be probably close to 100,000 tons.
That th" idea has been so favorably
received is considered one of the most
flattering endorsements possible of
the value of the Maui county fair to
The assets of the fair association
at the present time total about $80,000
in value, aud with the improvements
planned for this year are expected to
amount to at least $1UU,000. Through
the support of the sugar interests just
mentioned, this amount of assets will
be absolutely free of incumbrance
and the future of the Maul County
Pair & Racing Association as an in
stitution in the territory, assured for
Fair Financial Success
Wnile tlie attitude of the sugar men
towards the fair association is parti
cularly gratifying, it should not be
taken to indicate that the organiza
tion was in any financial straits. In
fact the association has been financial
ly successful from the start. It has
been handled on conservative business
lines, and the indebtedness was all
well provided for in the future. The
aid thus unexpectedly offering at this
time simply makes it possible to
realize a good many ambitions con
siderably sooner. Maui News
(From Makaweli News)
BASIC RATE, Per Trip
STUNT RIDES "
Sunday appointments must be made before H) o'clock.
Appointments for flying trips can be made at the Garden Is-
STODDARD AVIATION COMPANY
Makaweli school won third place in
the First Annual Track and Field Meet
for the grammar schools of the Island
held under the supervision of the
Kauai Public School Athletic League.
Shinchi Wutunabc proved to be the
imiiii geuer ior AiaKawen sctiool as
well as high man for the entire meet
landido Villianeuva was not far be
hind. Sinchi was eniered in the Jun
ior Class and won first in the standing
broad jump, tied for second hi the high
jump and third in the fifty yard dash.
Camlido won second in the filty yard
dash, Senior Class, and helped win
second in the relay race. Santiago j
and Eward Cabsenha, third. Our relay
Grias captured second in the pull ups
team consisting of Candido Pillianeuva,
Tadashi Sakai, Yoshio Fugii and Key
oshi Takahashi, won second place.
Lihue school won first place in the
meet, and Waimea second.
Work Is still in progress on Camp 4
playground, which ought to be com
pleted this month. The ground is al
ready for placing of equipment at
Camp 6, and it is expected that this I
will be done very soon. Camps 1 and I
5 sites have both been selected and
work will start within the month.
The three completed playgrounds at
Camps 2, 5 and 8, are sure busy places.
PLANTATION ORDERS SIX
MORE POOL TABLES
The Plantation has placed an order
for nix pool tables three new and
three used The three new tables will
be placed in the Community House,
and the others in camp club houses as
soon as they are built.
H.:rr; h for Makaweli Plantation!
Waimea Stables, Ltd.
The most famous Garage on Kauai. The near
est place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon,- Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, etc.
Do Business all over the Island of Kauai
Our Autos are comfortable, our Drivers are
Reliable and have boon with us for years, and
know every inch of the country,
We Rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We have good Hiding Horses, accustomed to the
work. We do Praying and Hauling by Trucks
all over the Island We run the .Stage Line
between Li hue and Kekaha three round trips
ALFRED GOMEZ, Malinger.
Telephone 43 WAIMEA I'. O. Box 71
in every drop
"Red Crown" is all-refinery
gasoline with the
full and continuous chain s
of boiling points neces
sary for ready starting,
quick and smooth acceler
ation, steady, dependable
power and long mileage.
It is made to meet the re-
quirements of your en
gine. Look for the "Red
Crown" sign before you
STANDARD OIL COMPANY
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Magazines, Newspapers and Periodicals
from all parts of the world.
foreign and Domestic
Patronize Home Industry and Save Money
READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
New, modern, high class restaurant,
centrally located. Cool and comfort
able; best food and service. European
Operated in connection with the
, .I.E. CHILD, Proprietor.
Diamonds, Watches, Jewelry,
DETOR & ELIE
Manufatluring Jeweler and Watchmakers
Platinum and Diamond Pieces
1 ' Made to Order
Call for Memorandum Goods
HOTEL AND FORT STREETS
HONOLULU, T. H.
.Copyright Hart fibhariiicf &: Marx
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu.
The last word in
Novelty Low Shoes
They are just received from the factory and are the prettiest
shoes that we have seen for a long time. Made with turn soles,
long narrow toes and slender French heels.
Buckles of different designs to suit thc'individual taste.
l'.lack Satin $X.oO to 81 ."
White Sat in i0.o)
Silver Cloth . 12.o(J
White Kid 12..-)0 to i5,o()
Llaek Sin'dc lo.OO
Manufactures' Shoe Store
1051 ort Street, Honolulu, T. H.