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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 29, 1921
HULEIA YOUNG MEN
ORGANIZE Y CLUB
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READ THE GARDEN ISLAND
Twenty-three of the young men
ot Huleia came to the Japaneae
school house last Saturday night
to meet Mr. Locke, the county Y. M.
C. A. secretary, and to learn of the
club work that is being done in
other parts ot the island.
Mr. Locke taught us several new
and very lively and Interesting
games. After we were all warmed
by the exercise we were told how
a club Is organized and carried
forth. The young men were all eag
er to have such a club, so we had
an election ot officers, which re
sulted as follows:
President K. Aba.
Vice President T. Watanabe.
Secretary H. Nose.
Treasurer K. Kodama.
The others at this meeting were
I. Kurike, H. Kajiwara, N. Sadooka,
T. Izarashl, K. Saito, I. Kurozawa,
S. Mitobe, J. Kodama, T. Hori.j M.
Hamano, J, Komatsu, M. Sasaki, F.
Watanabe, T. Kono, J. Dol, T. No
nokawa, S. Hamano, S. Yamada.
Mr. Aba, our president, In speech,
accepting his office, thanked Mr.
Locke for coming and telling about
this work and said that the young
men of Huleia had very little to do
of a helpful kind in the evenings and
this club would would give them
something. We are planning many
interesting meetings In the future
S. Yamada, Leader.
PUHI-KOLOA FILIPINO Y CLUB
Assisted by T. Samonte, the Fili
pino assistant Y secretary, a Y. M.
C. A. club was organized among the
Filipino young men of Puhi and Ko-
loa camps. The following young men
were elected to office:
Sabino Rodrigues, president.
Basilio Capinieva, vice president.
Claudio Acoba, secretary and trea
The young men of this camp wel
comed the organization as furnish
ing something to occupy their ev
enings In a helpful way.
At this first meeting Mr. Samonte
led a discussion on "Playing
Square," which the boys participated
in with keen Interest. Discussions
of this nature will be a part of each
weekly meeting's program, supple'
mented by games, socials, talks, mu-
sicales and other activities ot worth
PEOPLE IN JAPAN
Unemployed salaried men are found
in large numbers in Japan, accord'
lng .to stories appearing In Japan
ese newspapers. This is the result
ot the large firms of Japan discharg
ing a large number of their work
ers in pursuit oi a policy oi .re
trenchment necessitated by the bus
Unemployed salaried men who
have families, it is said, are entrust
ing their wives and children to the
care of relatives and friends and are
themselves living in lodging houses
while seeking new jobs.
The superintendent ot public in
struction, Pago Pago, American Sa
moa, has requested the superintend
ent of public instruction of the
Territory of Hawaii to recommend
a man and wife to go to Pago Pago,
in charge of a native school there.
He states that he has a pleasant
house next to the government school
which would be the residence of the
Any persons interested in this op
portunity should address the De
partment ot Public Instruction, Box
636, Honolulu, T. H,
FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS
BREAK AWAY FROM
Resolutions adopted on Saturday
by Japanese laborers employed by
the Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar
Co., at Puunene, Maul, acknowledges
the dissolution of the labor union at
Puunene and repudiates all relations
with the Japanese labor federation at
Honolulu. The Puunene workers
pledge themselves to maintain the
utmost efficiency on the plantation
during the existing labor shortage,
and they deny so-called propaganda
that Japanese laborers are trying to
gain control of the sugar industry of
63 LETTERS FROM HONOLULU
TO MAUI SWEPT OUT TO SEA
Sixty-three letters from Honolulu
to points on Maual were lost Sat
urday night, November IE, when the
bug containing the Kilauea's ship
side mail for Maul fell Into the
ocean at the Lahaina wharf. It
dropped to the water and was car
ried out to sea. A stevedore attempt
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