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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, January 31, 1922, Image 2',
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THE OAKDO TSLAND, TUESDAY, JANUAT5Y .11, 1022
Annual Meeting of
Lihue Church Held
New Mail Schedule
Announced for Kauai
The annual meeting of the Lihuo
Union church was held nt the church
last Wednesday evening. New of
ficers were elected and the work for
the ensuing year laid out.
Mrs. H. D. Sloggett briefly out
lined the work of the entertainment
committee for the year Just past.
The entertainments were not many
In numbrr but they were of ex
cellent quality. The plans call for
more of them this year.
Mrs. H. V. Hay less, as chair
man of tho music committee., re
ported that In addition to tho reg
ular and special meetings at the
church services, a special cantata
had been given at Easter and
Christmas time and one Gounod
night celebrated with appropriate
Olen Markwell, superintendent of
the Sunday school, reported that
satisfactory progress had been made
during the past year. Mr. Markwell
gave a number of excellent sugges
tions for . the work in the future.
His report was followed by state
ments by J. Midkiff of the public!
ty committee and Mrs.' Halph Wil
cox of the church decoration com
mittee that their work in the past
would have to speak for Itself.
Judge Lyle A. Dickey, church
clerk, reported that 27 new mem
bers had been added to the 57 on
the rolls at the beginning of the
year. Two had been dropped from
membership, making a total in
crease of 25.
Treasurer, Win. N. Stewart show
ed that the treasury is in a satis
fucotry condition and that a sub
stantial gain had been made in the
past year. II. I). Sloggett as trus
tee, reported that the grounds have
been kept in good condition and
that the new parish house will prob
ably be completed about the first
of April. This will be of great bene
fit to the church und to tho com
munity as a whole.
Rev. Bayless' pastor report was
divided into three parts. As the
Kauai missionary he reported that
lour new pastors and missionaries
have been added to the staff dur
Ing the year. Three new houses
have been built for these men. Five
new Sunday-schools have been or
ganlzed with a total enrollment of
For the pastors' aid, nearly $3
000 have been raised for the aid
of 16 churches and nine workers
Rev. Bayless reported that a new
chart has been worked out for the
work of the local church for the
coming year. He believes that this
will be of much benefit in correlat
ing the work and that an exception
ally good year is before the church
Miss Mabel Wilcox, as chairman
of the nominating committee, pre
sented the following names, all of
which were elected:
Clerk Lyle A. Dickey.
Treasurer Win. N. Stewart
Deacons L. A. Dickey and Chas
Deaconesses Mrs. R. D. Moler
Mrs. Wm. Henry Rice.
Finance committee Wm. Henry
Rice, Elsie II. Wilcox, Wm. N. Stew
Publicity committee Mrs. J. H
Midkiff. K. C. Hopper, Mrs. A. A
Decoration committee Mrs. An
na C. Wilcox, Mrs. J. M. Kuhns
Mcj. W. N. Stewart.
Religious education committee
R. W. Bayless, Mrs. H. D. Sloggett
Miss Kathorine Mclntyre, Mrs. W
C. Crawford, Rev. J. M. Lydgate
Social committee Mrs. Wm
Hobby,, Mrs. Neil Locke, Philip L
Rice, J. H. Midkiff, Mrs. R. F. Mid-1
dleton Anna C. Scott and II. o !
Missions nnd Evuugelism Noil
Locke, Miss Edith Hanson, L. A.
Music Mrs. R. W. Bayless, Mrs.
Wm. Henry Rice, E. DeLaeey, Mrs
Henry T. Sheldon, Mrs. K. C. Ahana.
Ushers committee Ernest Wed
emeyer, Percy Lydgate, Richard
Rice, Richard Sloggett. Wm. Mor
ague, James Hogg, Wm. Lydsate.
Following the meeting a social
hour w.'f. held and refreshments
OFFICIAL CALL FOR THE REPUBLICAN TERRITORIAL CONVENTION
To Be Held In Honolulu, Tuesday, February 14, 1922
Postmaster T. E. Longstreth, of
Lihue, has received tho following
schedule of malls which takes ef
S. S. Claudine arrives at NawlH-
wili, Tuesdays and Fridays a
bout 6 a. m.
S. S. Klnau arrives at awuiwui,
Wednesdays about 6 a.
n I. I. S. N. Co. freighter will
arrive at Ahukinl Thursdays a
G a. in.
Mail closes at 5 p. in. Wednesdays
and Fridays, for S. S. Claudine.
Tho S. S. Kinau will depart from
Koloa direct for Honolulu every
Saturday at 6 p. in. Although there
is no way provided for the trans
portation of mail to Koloa from
Lihue Saturday afternoon, this of
fice will endeavor to dispatch the
first class mail only on this boat.
Mail will close at 4 p. m.
Tho freight steamer that arrives
at Ahukinl Thursday a. m. will de
part for Honolulu from that port
cither Snturday or Monday. If the
departure! is to lie made p. m. the
Honolulu dispatch will be made
tj this boat instead of the Kinau
at Koloa. If the departure is to bo
made Monday p. ni. mail for Hono
lulu will be dispatched. Mail for
this boat will close at the Lihue
post office one hour before the
time of departure. As soon a3 the
hour of departure can be ascertain
ed from the Inter-Island Co, a bul
letin will bo posted at the Lihue
post office each week.
Until further notice tho follow-'
ing scneetuie tor star routes win
be in effect:
The currier on star route No.
S0104 Lihue to Hanalei, will depart
t'rom Lihuo Tuesday, Wednesday
and Friday at 7:30 a. m., returning
o Lihue Wednesday, Friday and
Saturday about 2:30 p. m.
Tho carrier on star route No.
80129, Lihue to Kekaha, will make
the round trip daily except Sunday
and Monday, departing from Lihue
at 7:30 a. m., and arriving at Li
hue on the return trip about 3:00
To the Republican Electors of tho Territory of Hawaii:
Republican Precinct Clubs of tho Territory of Hawaii are hereby di
rected to elect delegutos to a Territorial Convention to be held In the
City of Honolulu, on Tuesday, February 14, ir22, at 10:00 a. in. for tho
purpose of selecting a candidate for election to fill the unexpired term of
tho late Prince Kuhio.
. Delegates to be elected are as follows:
Precincts Representative Districts
Hawaii Maui Oahu Kauai
1st 2nd 8rd 4th 6th Gth
County of Hawaii
1st Representative District 30
2nd Representative District 28
County of Maui
3rd Representative District ' 44
City and County of Honolulu
4th Representative District S9
5th Representative District G4
County of Kauai
Gth Representative District IS
Total number of delegates 273
Precinct clubs will nominate" delegates on Saturday, January 28, lf'22,
at 7:30 p. m. Elections If necessary, will be held on Saturday, February
4, 1822, between the hours of 7:30 and 8:30 p. m.
Secretaries of the various precinct clubs are requested to forward
the names of delegates elected to the secretary of the Territorial Central
Committee at Honolulu immediately.
A. M. P.ROWN,
Vice-Chairman, Territorial Central Committee.
O. P. SOARES,
Secretary, Territorial Central Committee.
of the Modern
Of nil Hie attractive styles that
lmve been developed this past year
tlie Htrap Pump bids fair to stay.
Its combination of snug fitting com
fort and graceful lines makes it a
decidedly wantable shoe for dress
wear and especially for dancing.
Designers are developing' the Strap Pump In many ways.
We are showing some of them In high and low French heel
In the Patent Leather for $12.50 and $15.00; In Black Kid
for $12.50 and $15.00; In White Kid for $15.00; in Beaded
Satin for $15.00; In Plain Satin for $12.50.
Can-ful Attention to Mail Orders
Manufacturers Shoe Store
1031 FORT 8TREET
On Monday Miss Farrington gave
a talk about the poor Armenian
children to the 5th, Gth, 7th and
8th grades. It was very interesting
and Bhe showed us some poor chil
dren's pictures. We collected $139.
15 for the Near East Relief.
On Thursday in the morning ex
ercises a girl in the G-B gave a talk
about the flag, the children in ID
sang some songs and Miss Colbert
told a story about a poor Armen
The girls in tho kitchen are
making many fancy things for the
Tho boys in the shop are making
some fancy woodwork for the ex
hibition. We are going to have a carnival
at the armory hall in the near fu
ture. MAKAWELI SCHOOL GIVES
TO NEAR EAST RELIEF
and no doubt this time next year
we will be getting things ready
for our little orphan again, so. that
ho may not suffer.
Some of us think of sugar be
ing low and wages not so good as
last year and we sometimes get
discouraged and think there is no
use working so hard because we
do not get much money anyway.
This of course is not the truly
honest fellow, because no honest
man or woman can take a job, no
matter what the pay and not do
his best. What a fine example,
honest work, even if the pay is
low. In Armenia, a man works very
hard und earns $3.50 per month
and feels perfectly Independent and
asks no help from anyone. He is
willing to put his best into bis
work for just enough to live on
in a very poor way until times arc
If every man in Hawaii, and these
United States of ours would take
the same attitude towards condi
tions, times would be better very
soon. Let's each of us do our part
' CARRIE A. THOMPSON.
March 11th. It promises to be the
most varied show ever given by the
The shop Is setting up new bench
es for the new school shop. Some j
of the tools and equipment have
FROM 90 IN THE SHADE
TO SNOW AND ICE
On Monday, Mr. Crawford, from
tho agricultural department of the
University of Hawaii, made a visit.
He was accompanied by Mr. Pugh.
Dr. Barton, of the territorial board
of health inspected the school for
eye, ear, nose and throat troubles.
Mr. and Mrs. II. G. Halin, accom
panied by Rev. Royal 11. Hall of Ko
loa, addressed the school in behalf
Mrs. II. G. Halm, who spent two
years in Armenia working under
tho direction of tho Near East Re
lief, spoke to the children of the
Makaweli school on Monday.
After telling of the 210 000 chil
ilrvn now being taken care of with
American money. Vibe explained that j "C tlle Armenians. The boys and
this would make a table 25 jnik-s i girU co,,trlbutod $37--0. Last year
Ion;;. She further .said tltat this ' lhl:y s'ive ov,r 10 ull(1 tllu yt'ar
table ne.MkU to be more than twice lj('fol' abmlt ?50-
us long, because LT.u.Ouo more chil-1 Homo playground apparatus is be
droll are waiting, starving and dy-1 "'B installed. It includes trapezes,
ing for the want of help. horizontal bar, whirling ladder and
Pictures were show n of some of l'Kht wire,
tho poor children, whom she. said) Practice has commenced for the
eiu uu wne'i sue icit, because j big hprmg vaudeville to be
the people of America had sent ; "
lb em fool. i
-Mrs. llahn fcsked the children I
how many of them would bo will-1
ing to do wiih going to one pic-!
ture show or save one dime willij
which they had planned to buy;
candy or gum a-id send that dime1
to Armenia to help feed and clothe i
ibis resulted in nickels and dim-:
ie.t day, which ;
According to the Hawaii section
of "Climatological Data," published
by the U. S. Department of Agricul
ture Weather Bureau all islands of
the Teritory experienced a marked sja
excess o f moisture, a s compared ! i
with the December normal, the mean
for the group being inches, or ! fe!
140 per cent of the 17-year moan
of !).26 Inches; only twice has the
rainfall in December exceeded that
of last December, namely, in 190C
The highest temperature observed
was HO degrees at Mahukona, Haw
aii, on the 20th; tho lowest was 47
degrees at Waimea, Hawaii on the
2Sth. The extreme range for the
section was 43 degrees, and the
greatest daily range was 2C degrees
at Kiolakaa, Hawaii, on the 5th, and
Pahala, Hawaii on the Cth and 7th.
The greatest monthly amount of
rain in inches was 71.50 at Eke,
Maui, and the least was 1.29 at Olo
walu, Maui. The greatest in 2 4
hours was 13.17 inches at Kopiliulu,
Maui, on the 13th.
There was 3 inches of Ice meas
ured at Wuiau Luke, elevation 13,
041 feet, near the summit of Mauna
Kea. Hawaii on December 2!Uh by
representatives of the K u k a 1 a u
Sno was observed on Mauna Kea
on the 21st to23rd inclusive.
The office stenographer was men
tally upset over her inability to j
siK-11 "graphic." How do you spell !
,,..,.1,;.. .... t i. . ..'
hJ'4'iuv., imiii unu i ui inu ; i
asked. "If you are going to use any"
the genial boss replied, "you might j
as well use two." The Veteran Mag-'
Paying High Prices
SPEND MONEY WISELY AND BUY
Got it from vour dealer or order dirert from
un, and eat the best butler in Hawaii. MAILE is
our brand forr the finest butter made in New Zea
land and retails for 55c in Honolulu. Save mon
ey and eat the best.
METROPOLITAN MEAT MARKET
As Boiler Fuel
It is reported that Cuban capital
ists are offering four-tenths of a ! some hungry
cent a pound of their entire V.t'1
sugar output to fight tho propos- j e!4 pouring in
ed new tariff bills. Much of Ameri-! counted up with the teachers
ca's capital is invested in . Cuba and nations, amounted to 552.05.
many Americans lire anxious to kill T,lis w:ls t nil. Clothes enough
this bill. j for several children for a year ia
The four tenths of a cent on the i ready to be shipped. One teacb
1921 output would amount to four-1 er ''"'no in with a nice warm coat
teen und a half million dollars.
Spoiled children come homo to
roost. Leavenworth Post. But not
til morning. Kansas City Star.
and said: "Hero Is my sole world-!
ly possession in the way of some
thing warm." I
We are all so happy to feel wo
;can save one little child for a year
THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
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THE GARDEN ISLAND
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ADVKKTISIXG ISATKS ON APPLICATION
K. C. HOPPER.
It costs money 1o make sleam and every
pound wasted means money wasted. Good
packings and boiler cements are steam sav
ers. lolins-Manville packings are good packings
made for every possible condition of atmo
sphere, pressure and service. That's why Johns
Manville packings are the favorite with en
gineers. They know that old J. M. will help
put the balance on the tight side of the books.
THE HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO.
Sole Agents in Hawaii for .lohns Manville