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THE QARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 13, 192.0.
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Save Your Clothing
1 CONOMY demands that the expensive shirt, the fine gown
or the suit be laundered, cleaned or dyed only by
THE METHOD EXQUISITE
and DYKING AND CLEANING AVO.HKS
J. ABADIE, Prop.
(Send the package by Parcels Tost)
li Regular Meeting
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Rust it about all
you have left when
common iron Is put
Into a job.
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the importation of game birds to
wards securing a supply thereof for
propagation in the County of Kauai.
Upon the motion of Mr. McBryde
seconded by Mr. Be tt en court, Jr. the
sum of Three Hundred and Sixty Three
Dollars (363.00) was appropriated to
be paid out of available moneys cre
dited to the General Fund In the Treas
ury, as additional appropriations, for
the following uses:
District Pounds $163.00
Expenses of witness and amounts 200.00
List of appropriations affected by the
approval of the demands this forenoon.
Salary County Road Supervisor $300.00
Pay of Police:
Child welfare Board
County Bldg. Janitors Services
County Lot & Bldg.
District Courts & Jails:
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A coat or two of
It is no longer necessary to have worn,
ugly, splintery floors that require the
scrub brush once or twice a week to
keep them clean.
your old floors
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HONOLULU AND HILO
Sugar Factors and Commission Merchants
IMPORTERS OF GENERAL MERCHANDISE
Crockery Glassware Silverware
Fishing Tackle Firearms Ammunition
Safes Refrigerators Spark Plugs
Faints Varnishes Brushes Oils
Harness Saddlery Roofing Trunks
Fancy and Staple Lines, Feed, etc.
Toilet Supplies Stationery
Writers of Fire, Marine
etc. etc. i.
Compensation, Automobile and Miscellaneous
Canadian-Australian Royal Mail Steamship Line.
Upon application information will be cheerfully furnished in regard to
any of our lines in which you may be interested.
Expenses of Election
Expense of Witnesses
Fish and Game
" Memorial 2,500.00
Auditor t 116.60
Clerk ' 83.56
License Coll. 198.00
Co. Rd. Supevlsor 243.30 861.01
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Repairs & Maint. Grounds etc.
Support of Prisoners
you against just such hazard for a very reasonable con-
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Kubber Cement Floor Taint is inexpensive and slight in comparison
with that of the surface it is intended to preserve and beautify. It is easily
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Wholesale & Retail
Lumber and Building Materials
Ml, HALL & SON 1
jp ftS HONOLULU tt l&
If Ml Distributors .
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1 Wk TERRITORY OF HAWAII 7 J$
v- Vwy Gst our latest prices fg ;5W
County Road Machinery
Mana New Road. P.l.F.
Oiling Roads Spec. Depo.
Puukapele Road, T. H.
Rd Tax Spec. Deposit
Koloa: Macadam, Koloa
New Mill Road. P.I.P. 1,740.15
Oiling Roads, Spec. Deposit 325.00
Resurfacing Macadam, P.l.F. 81.00
Rd Tax Spec. Deposit 1,453.30
Lihue: Nawiliwili Bridge.P.I.F. 820.88
Road Tax Spec. Deposit 981.32
Oiling Roads, Spec. Deposit 340.44
Kawaihau: Anahola New
Bridge. P.l.F. 1,492.36
Oiling Roads, Spec. Deposit 1,720.80
Road Tax Spec. Deposit 604.72
Landing Road, P.l.F. 2,575.57
Road Tax Spec. Deposit 481.30
also to talk over other matters per
taining to the welfare of the County
and which needed Immediate attention.
Mr. Menefoglio moved that Mr.
Brandt be granted a leave of absence
tor a period of two months and being
seconded by Mr. McBryde the motion
Mr. Brandt suggested that the Coun
ty Road Supervisor communicate with
tha Department of Public Instruction
with a view of securing plans, agree
able to all concerned, for a new school
building for Hauumaulu.
By an unanimous vote of the Board
the County Road Supervisor was au
thorized to secure the services of an
architect for the purposes of drawing
plans and specifications for a new
building for the Kalaheo school, and
to call in tenders for the construction
of the same.
Mr. McBryde moved for the elec
tion of Mr. Menefoglio as temporary
chairman during the absence of Mr.
Brandt and being seconded by Mr.
Hcttencourt, Jr. the same was carried.
After having generally discussed the
propriety of installing an improved
water supply system for Koloa, upon
the motion of Mr. Menefoglio second
ed by Mr. Betteucourt, Jr. a special
committee consisting of Mr. McBryde
and the County Road Supervisor was
appointed to investigate into and re
port upon the advisability of the Coun
ty's co-operating with the Koloa Sugar
Plantation in installing an improved
water supply system for Koloa and
which Is very much needed there.
By another unanimous vote of the
Board the authorities in each district
were given autnoniy to spunu uoi
exceeding $1000.00 during the current
month for road work in each district.
At 11:30 a. m. the meeting adjourn
ed to meet again upon the call of the
THE ONE ROOM
SCHOOL IN HAWAII
At 1:45 p m. the meeting adjourned
subject to the call of the chair.
A meeting of the Board of Supervi
sors of the County of Kauai was held
at its office, as usual, on Thursday,
June 24, 1920 at 9:15 a m.
Present: T. H. Brandt, temporary
chairman; W. D. McBryde, J. F. Bet
teucourt, Jr. A. Menefoglio.
Mr. Brandt as temporary chairman
and presiding stated that he called
the meeting for the purpose of secur
ing a leave of absence from the Coun
ty for two months for hmself, he being
advised by his physician to take a
vacation for the benefit of his health 1 1-, -
By Vaughan MacCaughey
The one-room, oae-teacher in rural
Hawaii, as in all other rural regions,
is the most expensive and least satis
factory type of school. It is physically
and pedagogically Impossible for one
teacher to teach satisfactorily four or
five or more grades. '
The one-room school, with an en
rollment of twenty pupils, more or
less, requires land, buildings, cot
tage, water supply, .supervision, etc.
The unit cost Is far greater than If the
pupils were part of a large graded
school, By consolidating several schools
at one central point, then erecting a
modern graded school, and transport
lng the pupils at public expense, the
taxpayers in many mainland rural re
gions have found that there occurred
not only a marked financial saving,
but also a noteworthy improvement In
In many of Hawaii's smaller rural
communities, the one-two and three'
room schools are doing good work.
The teachers, in many instances, are
devoted and conscientious. After they
are working with Inadequate equip
ment and obsolete materials as trans
portation facilities increaae in number
and efficiency, the usefulness of these
pmaller schools can be increased, in
many localities, by judicious consolida'
tion. The public school bouse is the
logical community center. With fllir
mlnation, movable seats, and other
facilities, it could be effectively used
for community gatherings. Experien
cet in many mainland regions shows
that the consolidated school quickens
the interest of pupils, teachers and com
munity. It means better education.
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Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
Home for Feeble-Minded
Evidently the rest of the world
keeps posted on what is going on in
Hawaii. The Survey, a New York
social welfare journal of wide circula
tion, has an intelligent article on "The
feeble minded in Hawaii."
According to this article it seems
that we have 336 reported feeble-mind
ed, with the implication that there,
are a good jnany more not reported.
Seven of this number are over 40
years of age, 95 are between 15 and 40,
and the balance under 15.
As the result of long experience
elsewhere it has become strikingly evi
dent that the farm colony type of pro
vision for these feeble-minded folk is
by all means the ideal one.
"Such experience has shown that
the farm colony school is superior to
any other in that it permits of life in
the open, rather than within the con
fines of an institution, and In fact it
offers broader opportunities of useful
employment, whereby many of the in
mates are made the happier and more
contented, and at the same time be
come partly or wholly self-supporting.''
Accordingly a fasl colony of some
600 acres in extent is being establish
ed and will soon be ready for occupa
tion. Dr. George S. Bliss has been secured
as superintendent of the enterprise.
Linclon's Gettyburg Speech contains
The Ten Commandments contain
The crucifixion as described by
Matthew contains 1200 words.
The Declaration of Independence
contains 1321 words.
The Republican Platform contains
contains 6396 words.
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