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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEB. 1, 1921
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HONOLULU MAN A
"SEA 8COUT CHIEF"
A recent article In the "Outlook"
contains a most Interesting account
of the doings and organization of the
Sea Scout Department", a branch of
the Boy Scout movement that has
been a going concern on the mainland
for some time, but wh'ch hasn't been
started here as yet, so far as we know.
Mr. James Wilder of Honolulu, the
father of the Boy Scout movement on
these Islands, has recently been made
Chief Sea-scout. Mr. Wilder is now
New York and would be glad for
any of his friends to write to him con
cerning the Sea Scout movement. His
address is 164 East 38th St. New York
City. He writes '"I- believe we've
truck the thing that will do more
tor America than all the tomfool spell
binding we've heard for the last few
This organization teaches the boys
useful nautical knowledge. Only
registered Scoats of at least 15 years
of age and weighing no less than 120
pounds are eligible for membership
and no group may consist of less than
As in the original scout movement,
the groups aro graded according to
The classes are known by the
are known by the names of different
types of vessels. The lowest grade
Is the sloop class and the highest the
The whole movement is organized
in accordance with nautical termlnol
ogy and is meant for the boys fortu
nate enough to live near the sea.
Knowing Mr. Wilder as we do, we
feel confident that before long the
Sea Scout movement will be in full
swing in Hawaii and that the home
grown boys will take to it as a duck
to the water.
TRAINING OF PRINTERS
AT HOME PROPOSED BY
There is prospect that Hawaii will
not only soon turn out her reporters
and editors, but printers and linotype
operators as well.
The reporters and editors are in
tlie making in the McKinley high
school class in journalism, and it is
now proposed by a committee of em
ploying printers of Honolulu, of which
Ed Towse is chairman, to establish a
printing trade department of the ter
ritorial trade school. To this end
an addition of $10,800 has been made
to the budget for the trade school
which will be presented to the legis
Ken C. Bryan, territorial director of
industrial education, is working with
the printers' committee on plans for
the school, which they hopo to see
opened in September. Advertiser.
MAGISTRATE ON KAUAI
J. S. Chandler, member of the,ter
ritorial house of representatives, has
been appointed by Judge James L,
Coke, chief justice of the supreme
court, as district magistrate for Kolpa
succeeding Judge David K. Kapahee
who has held the position for many
years and whose term of office expir
ed recently. The district magistrate's
term of office is two years. Judge
Chandler went to Honolulu last Sat
urday and took the oath of office be
fore Chief Justice Coke Monday morn
ing in chambers and returned by the
Kinau Monday night for his home in
Koloa. Politically, Judge Chandler
Is a Democrat, as are the present
judges of the supreme court. "
$2,000,000 NEEDED FOR
According to estimates furnished
Delbert E. Metzger, territorial treas
urer, by the department of public in
struction, the requirements for public
school teachers' salaries, for the c'alen
dar year 1921 will be $2,052,513.62, this
amount to be raised through a tax
levy on real and personal property for
the present year, says the, Star-Bulle
The amount of money required for
salaries in 1921 is $526,733 in exces
of the amount required during 1920
During the present year the payroll
of the department of public instruc
tion, in so far as teachers are concer
ned., will bo at the rate of $178,686.66
a month for the first eight months
and at the rate of $183,601.66 a month
for the remaining four months of the
At the special session of the leg!
lature last year certain Increases in
the salaries of public school teachers,
ranging from $15 to $30 a 'month
were allowed. The new schedule
went into effect January 1, this year
and will continue until January
1921, on which date the new salary
schedule for the forthcoming biennial
P. O. Box G
G. B. HQFGAARD 5 CO., LID.
Notice is hereby giventkat at the Annual aud Directors' Meetings
of The Bank of Ilawaii, Ltd., held this day, the following Officers
and Directors were elected and appointed to "serve for the ensuing
C. II. Cooke. ,
E. D. Tenney E. F. Bishop ' " ,
Roxor Damon G. O. Fuller , Frank Crawford
CASHIER - , SECRETARY
R. McCorriston F. C. Atherton
Audit Co. 'of Hawaii, Ltd.
P. G. H. Deverill, J. A. Radway, A. B. Clark
E. W. Cardeu, F. C. Bailey
T.A.Cooke, C. T. Littlejohn, Jr., R. L. Richards. '
V. C. Bchoenberg ..Cashier, Waipahu Branch '
A. Anderson Cashier, Waialua Branch
C. G. Kuhliuauu .. . .Cashier, Lihue Branch ''
W. F. Horner Cashier, Kapaa Branch
DIRECTORS KAUAI ADVISORY BOARD
C. H. Atherton . W. D. McBryde 1 j
F. C. Atherton C. A. Rice '
E. F. Bishbp W. F. Sanborn
C. H. Cooke H. D. Sloggett
R. A. Cooke H. D. Wishard
Roxor Damon II. Wolters -
W. F. Dillingham . , ,
J. A. McCandless
E. D. Tenney
Richard H. Trent S
H. II. Walker
Frank Crawford i."!,' V .
Tel. 15-W '
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period will go into effect.