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THE GARDEN tSLAND, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1920
T H E
Issued Every Tuesday
I SLA N D
OCTOBER 5, 1020
1 Hi.' . V , J"1- i
77; rwc cm vr.xnvx at iiilo
'Mf i'illi Civic Cuiix .u ion held recently tit
ililo wr. . by iiimersal nuisi'iit tin- ery best of
llu- whole cilii. and iivc ii frcli iiii)i'tns and
in i;r.niini i the enterprise. Following llmt
el l.isl yc.ir ,it .Maui, their was more or les
ijtuslion ii.-i, io tin w oilli w hik' character of
1 1 - !i,r,"n",it. and il lnni.cil as liMuili it would
I "A' out. Now it lias taken a m w lease of lift!
ai' 1 lias an assured future before it.
The program was an cxclli'iit one viial,
earn-st. ciiiisl l iicl i :' aid helpful. The papers
an I ilis'.iiii.iis were llionM i'nl. intelligent,
aul 'nisi ru ! i c. Tlic spirii was line, and the
at Icixlymc cvrcuiii. Ililo I real cil I lie urn
ventlou i-i.va;lv. ami more llian confirmed licr
U'iulil ional icputalioi! for pri!i-cly hospitality.
JO 11 X llAULKYVOKS WA&X'T TllEUK
It is a noteworthy and most commendable
fact that the Civic Convention in Ililo was
a phetioniinal success on (he social as well us
the civic side, villi a super -abundant spirit of
good fellow-ship ami comaraderie in spile of the
entire ahsence of .John IJarleycorn. Returning
delegates vouch for the fact Ihat there whs no
hot tied inspiration anywhere in evidence and
apparently no one felt the need of it. The hos
pitality was us generous and as gracious, the
Inn iis spontaneous ami vivacious, (he fellow
ship as genial ami whole souled as ever in the
wet days ami (he attention to business was a
good deal more faithful.
What We Are
Doing on Kauai1
By J. M. Lyricj.-ite
Kach Islam! was ivqursttnl to make
a Welfare report ;;i the ivei-nt Civic
Convention in Ililo. In the al'seii'e of
Miss Klsie Wilcox, the ic!e;;:tte elect,,
'the fololwins was given:
The Ladies Inaugurate:
i:y v.,y of justice to tilt1 ladies of
Kauai, v e must give them credit or
most of the aineiiit-ies and benefits
of civic as well as domestic lU'e. Wc
have on Kauai a ladies' club called the
Mokihani Club, which has been iu
strumeiital in inaugurating improved
conditions along several lines of
V.'tllare of Children:
borne years ago, easting about for
the best way to inaus'iralc Welfare
Work, they came to the conclusion
that the best results could lie secured
through work with the children in the
echoo'..-!. The children of today are
the ail'ii's of tomorrow: the children
ire phy:-i.-ally, mentally and morally
p'.'stic and receptive; and finally the
o:n n rr.-enue to the h H.ie is by way of
Train.-' Nurse fs'- ihs Schools:
AeeovdinTly. this club determined 1o
p;;t a ti..in"(l mir.if 'nio the schools
(l -,:lu'o !):::, (. by way of ?:
j- fDH'-.i, for a ye, r. Of course this
in-.o'.ved some co'isiOnible expendi
ture lut they ni.de 'lnivU'on for the
same by gcttinr; up a hi;; fair, which
was a phenomen-i .-it - e. s. and which
netted enough to more th in finance
Mornin-js for School Clinics:
The program, .vhii h wis very sue
cessful'y worked ou'. was that th:
' r.i-e sl'oiilil il-vole the var
, ; ; U in foe hoi:i"s. etc. Then
-.v.. ; a ).!' up in the sr-h i-jIs of all t'10 e
cli'ldie,. who needed atieniion. aloir;
whatever line it mi'.h! be. The simple
ctses wee treated on thf s-poi larRo
' s'in .'.seascs. tui'ior cuts, reratches
te.. ard most preiv'.ent of all, vermin
in the iead. In -.:-- ::nyhlnK more
.-u-rious was discovered, t'le child was
'eserved to be taken 10 the doctor or
the hospital, for r.-,',.-j a-.'.ein;atc ex
amination ami tieauneiu.
Extends to the Home:
The simple treatment fiven by the
nurse iicnerally i;ivol'(d similar ciai
tinucd treatment a; home, which in
volved making the .ic iii'iintanc" of the
mother, and giving iii-r ins! ;-in t ions as
o what should be (!.,-.ie. This was the
entcrill,; wedKe into the home.
Hesentid at First:
At first, sometimes the home people
:esented and lesisied the intrusion of
he nurse, and a good deal of ta. t and
liplonircy was necessary. I recall one
use where they ostentatiously shut
t lie door and barred tin; windows in
;he face of the iiium'. but. witli her
winning ways, her kiia'.Iy spirit, and
'ier abiliiy to talk to them in their
own ton;ue, rhe finally '.-ined a.i ent
rance, and became hencef a'lh an ever
ohy and Scareu Tinally Heroes:
At school clinics the children were
t first shy and mortally afraid thai
ome treat evil was Koin;; to liefall
hem, hut when they found that it
'.idii't hurt much, and that thel went
way bandaged up like returned war
veterans the heroes of the play
round -they scanned their bodies hih
nd lor for the smallest scratch 01
'.imple. for the chance cf :: biudac
? a plmter.
Of course in this clinic defeelive
i th, eves, nose, and throat alVeclions
"ere discovered in alumi'm? al uirl
ice, and demanddd remedial aiient-
' .Te of the Teeth:
lispe-ially in the matter of teeth
' !i wii" a serious j.roiilem there was
i nuiUi of it. Arraneem-nts were
ide with tlic '.mist to w
' oiurli the sr-hiKil of this one (lis--.
i t. laUing UK r.iili.s in r.'Iays, and
riiwiig that preliminary utlention
uincii would meet tuo most ininiediate
mens and give iliem relict, any for
the time being, liasliels of teetti, far
none in decay, were got rid of, to the
.nstant relief of the poor children, who
were constant sulierors of toothache.
1 lux work was done far iu advance of
the dental work undertaken by the
leiritory later and now so highly
Of course this work with the child
ren reacted immediately on the quality
of the work done in the schools. Re
lieved from the constant back pressure
of disease and ailment, children con
sidered as hopelessly backward shot
Experiment a Success:
Long before the expiration of the
year it became evident that the experi
ment was an -unqualified success, so
that the plantations willingly assumed
all expense therewith, but requested
the Moitihuna Club to handle the enter
prise, along the efficient lines which
they had inaugurated.
't his line cf welfare work has been
Jiiopled by most of the larger com
li'.iiniiics, notably Makawcli, McBryde,
Keulia and Kapaa, and, in a somewhat
modified form, by Kilauea, In addition
(Continued next week)
.vlcijF.YDE to pay off
LARGE AMOUNT OF BONDS
OAPT. THOMAS CLARKE
After serving with the Inter-Island
Steam Navigation Company as port
captain ever since it took over the old
Wilder Steamship Company on July 1,
19(15. Capt. Thomas K. Clarke will
retire from active work with the
company, although he will remain in
an advisory capacity, says the Star
All told, Captain Clarke has been in
island shipping for almost 42 years,
including his service with the Wilder
Company and afterwards with the Inter-Island.
He has the good will of all
his business associates, who wish him
many more years of good health and
Captain Clarke is being succeeded
by Capt. Samuel A. Crosby, who has
been bar pilot for Pearl Harbor navel
station for the last year. He will take
charge tomorrow as port captain.
Captain Crosby also has many friends
in the Islands.
SOME MOLOKAI LEPERS
ARE TO BE REALEASED
-V, .-TV rS
KEEP YOUR PICTURES IN
It prescrvos them lor future en
tertainment. Complete new assortment from
o5c to $10.25.
Special Attention to Orders by
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
1059 Fort Street Honolulu
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
iuhii Guild, of Alexander & Baldwin,
liinoiii'.eed Wednesday that the Mc-
jJr. do linear Company will pay off
.ni ff idei; t of its bonds this year to
ieae ijiSati.OOO of its bonds still out
landing at the end of 1920. At the
end of 1919 the outstanding bonds
Announcement was made also by
Alexander & Baldwin of extra div
d nils to be paid in addition to
e;;ular dividends by the following
ompanies: Hawaiian Suar Com
) ' ny. 3 per cent in October, November
nd December; Alexander & Baldwin,
J per cent in October and November,
.', per cent in December, 2 per cent
in January and 3 per .cent in Feb
r'ir.ry. It was said also that it was
expected that announcement would be
made in San Francisco yesterday of
i three per cent extra dividend for
Hawaiian Commercial in October,
November and December. Advertiser
Superintendent Jack McVeigh, af the
Kalaupapa Leper Settlement, reports
hat 15 patients from the station are
eligible for release upon parole. ..A
board will be appointed soon to exam
ine them and if they are eligible
release them. Tribune
I CAIFORNIA FEED CO. I
Hay, Grain and Chicken Supplies j
SOLE AGENTS FOR
T International Stock, Poultry Food
I and other specialties. Arabic for
cooling Iron Roofs. Petaluma In-
cubator3 and Brooders. x
King's .Special .Chick .Food
t P. O. Box 452 Honolulu
SOON TO BE OPENED UP
Territorial Surveyor A. S. Chaney,
who has been surveying and dividing
ap the Waiakea homestead lots for
the next drawing, which will take
place about the latter, part of this
year, has departed for Honolulu on
the steamer Mauna Koa. where lie
will complete the map. Tribune.
The combined "Tin Can National
Bank." "Old Sox Bank" and "Feather
l ed Mattress Ban'.." now hold more
ilia n $3,000.0()U,t)iio of the country's
This is the estimate of William H.
ilutt, act ins governor of the Phila
delphia Federal Reserve Bank, made
of the loose cash being carried around
in pockets and stowed away in various
places. He was addressing an orga
nization of business men.
Forty-five years old. daddy of a
doy.en children, F.n Sue. star right j
fielder of the Chinese ball team. still
ho'ds down his position every Sunday. .
Furthermore, he Is rated as one of t'nc
best hitters in the league. He is
batting .2S2 this year so far and is
such a good base stealer that al
most every time he gets on he crosses
the plate. He has been playing base-
ball for 25 years in Honolulu. Star
Even a small proportion of this
$3,000,000,000 invested in Liberty
Bonds would bring them back to par.
Deposited in savings accounts it
would inject new life into business
VARIETY REPAIR SHOP
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trical and mechanical appliances.
Shop on King Street, opposite Young ,
Hotel, Honolulu. Advt. '
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Merchandise of the
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'pnrtment. They are at your service
for consultation or to furnish any in
formation along insurance lines.
Henry Waterhcuse Trust Co., Ltd.
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Correct Lubrication is a science. Our Board of
Lubrication Engineers has determined the correct
consistency of Zerolene for your car. Their rec
ommendations are available for you in the Zero
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car at your dealer's or our nearest station. Use
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! 11 JL,- CfHrMlsIZZ
The Itcinocriiiic ('.iiHlidiitcs tit tlic fiiiilu-oiniii-; (Icncr.il
.ii-clii.il will lxili! l.ii'i tinj;s ill tin- l'illiiii il;ici's:
WAIXIIIA Tucsilay. Octolier iilli, at 1 ..iu.
ir.WAI.Ki Tiicsilav, Octohcr ."th, al 7 ..m.
AV!lO!.A Weihii'sday, October Cili, al 7 ..m.
KAI.AilKO Tliursday, Oclohcr 7tli, 5 p.m.
KOI. OA TlliuiKila.v, Octdhcr 7lli, at 7 p.in.
IIA-NAI'i:!':: .' lViday, Octolu-r Stli, al p.m.
-MAKAVi:i.l Ffiilay, Octol.cr Nili, ;n 7 ,,.,.
Kl.KAUA Salimlay, Octolicr iltli, at J ::!() p.ni.
'AI.MI:a Saturday, October lltli. at :'.'.() p.m.
f-'Al'AA Sumlay. October KUli, al 7 .m.'
IIAXA.MAl I.l' Monday, October 11th, at 7 p.m.
N'.V 11.IWI1.I Tuesday. October li'tli. at .'! p.m.
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For many years the KEEN
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tools, cutlery and hardware
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If you will ask for the
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