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THE GARDEN ULLXlt, TVE8DAY, JAN. 2S, 1921
AM COMING TO LIHUE
Ah say, Mlstah Bones,
Has you all noticed
THAT WHEN someone
DOESN'T HAVE very much
ABOUT WHICH he craves
HE MOS' always
USES THIS heah mann.ik of spatla
WELL WHEWER you has
OR YOU has never,
a culled genelmun,
WHO WUZ offerumed a
ACTIN In the movies.
HIS NAME am Sambo.
SAMBO WUZ much splfficated,
AN EXSCRUTIATED and extunlated,
WID joy at the idee
OP MART PIckfud.
BUT flnummly he axed
THE BOSS jist whut he
PINED PER HIM to do.
THE BOSS done said
ALL TOU has to do
IS TO SLEEP in bald
WID A VERY tame
AN THE boss furder splalned
THAT THE LION wui tome
CASE HE was raised
ON PURE milk turn
THE LIHUE dairy.
BUT SAMBO'S Poah countynance
AND HE sponded
AH DON'T give a darn
EP THAT THAH Hon r:i,
WUZ RAISED on milk.
- . ,
ah am NOT GWINE ' : '
TO SLEEP IN no bald. V: .,
AH WUZ razed On milk mahsef,
BUT NOW ah eats
AN DOAN you fergit
THAT BIO minstrel show
WHAT AM to be gtf 1
AT THE TD? TOP THEATRE "
AND FURDERMOAH. beah in mfn
THAT EVERY bfessed bean
WHAT AM RAISED In this heak
IS GWINE ter be used 1
IN BUYING books foah
THE LIHUE PUBLIC LIBERRY.
'On Wednesday night of last week
the Benedicts demonstrated to the
newly organized Merchants team by
a score of 05-11 the necessity of prac
tice to get lnte the championship class.
The Merchants took the lesson like
good sports and are recruiting some
former stars to strengthen their
ranks. Among these Is Wah On
Young, former!; of the Hilo Chinese
team whi. . u.i. '.ed the famous Hiio
Boarding Schoc. constellation. The
Bachelors will jlay the Merchants
next Wednesday night.
On IViday n'at a gooJ-Mzed com
pany oi ruvi.orj waj treated to a battle
royui betweea . the undefeated High
School lads and the Benedicts. This
- iuu brought Into action some of the
best players in the league and real
kot ball was the result. This
the high school was out to win no one
doubted. Never have they played
better although they had to be called
lown several times for some inexcus
able fouls. The Benedicts did hot
seem up. to normal in shooting baskets
ough their passing was superior
.id Fernandez was especially success
ful at goal. The score at the second
half lacked one basket of being
tie. Steadily however the players
in crimson and white slipped the ball
through their goal net until the score
reached 35 to 25 In their favor, when
time was called.
x Last week the score between the
high school and the Bachelors was
ongly reported, the former being
the victors by 31-29. The present
standing of the teams is as , follows:
High School 1000; Benedicts 750;
Bachelors 600; Merchants 000.
SWAMPED WITH THE DREGS
A year or two ago statisticians and
prophets alike assured us that there
would be no considerable immigration
from Europe to America for .many
years. Everybody would be needed
at home to rehabilitate the ruined in
dustrles of the Old World. Now, im
migrants are pouring into New York
at the rate of 3JO0O a day. The ocean
steamers are crowded to the limit of
(tenacity, and 15 million people in
Europe are said to be waiting" for
chance to come to America'.
. In addition to the overwhelming
amount of this deluge, it is described
as a very foul and muddy one. Ellis
Island is crowded beyond endurance
with men and wouen who fall away
short of the standards of admission
and some days one half of those who
arrive have to be turned back as un
fit to enter the country.
The countries whence these people
come naturally are trying to work
off the dreg of their population on
us while they keep the best for them
selves at home. It stands to reason
that we cannot assimilate these
hordes of low grade immigrants, and
we don't want to even if we could.
In the light of these conditions the
Bill now pending in Congress to bus
pend all Immigration for a time seems
Arrangements have been made by
Japanese on Kauai prominent in labor
circles for the establishment of a
newspaper, to be known as -the Yoen
Jiho, the firtt issue of which is expect
ed to come out of the press during
the early, part of next Marsh, says
t.hn Nlnna Jill. Plans for the es
tablishment of this newspaper were
started last October, and on January
last a meeting of those engaged in
the organization of the newspaper
corporation was held at Koloa, at
which the following officers were el
ected: M. Kawata president; T. Oka-
mura treasurer; R. Nakabayashi sec-S
rotary; Z. Morita auditor. Directors
are as follows: K. Tsubakl; S. Nakano
J. Tatelshi and K. Fukuhara.
AN EXPERIENCED PRINTER
,a very commendable one, and worthy
. of all support .
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
The time ot the meeting of the
county committee in the annual busi
ness session has been changed from
the 26th to the 28th. The meeting
will be held at Llhue Hotel Friday
afternoon of this week, A special
luncheon will be served tor the men
bers of the committee at 1 o'clock.
Mr. Lloyd H. Killam, general secre
tary, ia expected to be present.
The Y. M. C. A. is putting1 on an
entertainment Saturday night of
this week at Eleele social hall under
the direction of Mr. Macdonald.
The Filipino club house at Ktvkaha
has taken on a cheery aspect of late
and some lively social programs are
being promoted evesings.
.WITH THE CHARCOAL BURNERS
KAUAI LABCR TO
"Our new company is capitalized at
"Great, let me Bee your prospectus."
"Oh, we haven't got out a prospectus
yet. The confounded printer wants
his pay in advance." Mobile Register.
In the Waimea-Kekaha region the
burning of charcoal is becoming quite
a business. On the unused sandy
lands the algeroba tree grows in dense
forests, the trimming and thinning
out ot which furnishes a lot of wood.
Much of this is converted into char.
It is cut into five foot lengths
which are stacked up on end in cov
ered kilns or furnaces, with a small
vent at the bottom, and another at the
top. When properly packed and
sealed the fire Is started, and burns
slowly and steauily for two or three
weeks, until the whole mass is tho
roughly charred. Then the kiln is
opened up and allowed to cool off,
after which the coal is broken up and
bagged for market.
One char-man there makes about
300 bags a month, which he disposes
of in quantity to the dealers. It ia
a very excellent quality of charcoal. .
THE FREEDOM OF THE HE'S.
"Do you think men ought to be
prohibited from standing on the cor
ner and giving the short skirts the
"Certainly not I don't believe in
anything that Interferes with the free
dom of the Bees." Florida Times-Union.
A sanctuary ot safety for wild bird
life has been established in Louisiana.
A tract of some 350 square miles bor
dering en the Gulf of Mexico has been
set aside as a perpetual reservation
for this purpose, and it is to be -enlarged
by further additions. The
land is salt marsh covered with tall
grasses and scrub unfit for any other
KAUAI GLEE CLUB'S
- NOTICE TO PATRONS
Owing to the removal of Alapaki
Smith from Nawillwill to Kilauea,
under whose management the Kauai
Glee Club has been very successful in
supplying up-to-date music for dances,
etc. to the Kauai Community for the
last four months, and, during' the ab
sence ot the Club's former manager,
the Kauai Glee Club begs to announce
that its Crack Violinist,. Kelekoma
Watau, otherwise and more popularly
known among Hawaiian Glee Club
Circles of Honolulu as "Pauoa" will
take charge of the Club. "Pauoa" the
violinist has been serving on the
Matson liners for the last six years,
playing his violin to and fro from Hon
olulu -to San Francisco and back, and
is now again trying land life on
Patrons . of the Kauai Glee Club
will have the usual and kind courtesy
of the Club by arranging music orders
with Kelekoma Walau, the violinist,
or with William Ellis, who will assist
him in the managing of the Club.
They will both be found at Nawiliwili
and by phone No. 109-L. Ask for
Willie anyhom, if you really want
up-to-date and jazzy music. Famous
and popular Hawaiian music will be
furnished on special request. St.
' famroi co. ,
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BANK OF KAUAI, LIMITED
Kapaa, Kauai, T. H..
STATEMEMr OF CONDITION
At the close of buisness, December 3 1 , 1 920
CASH and due from banks
Loans and discounts
Building, Fixtures, Equipment 12,082.35
Other Assets . 7,555.51
Territory of Hawaii
County of Kauai
I, Karle B. Morgan, Cashier of the Bank of Kauai, Limited, do solemnly swear
that the above statement is true to the best of my knowledge and belief.
KARLE B. MORGAN, Cashier
Subscribed and sworn to before me this 3 1 st day of December, 1 920.
J. MAHIAI KANEAKUA,
Notary Public, Fifth Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii.