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title: 'The Garden Island. (Lihue, Kauai, H.T.) 1902-current, April 11, 1922, Page 7, Image 7',
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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, APtttL 11, 192i
Mr. Englehard and Mr. .Crawford
ot Llhue paid us a visit Just be
fore vacation and both were very
interested in our Industrial activi
ties. The study ot sugar conducted dur
ing the past four months will be
completed this month, that is, so
far as this special educational pro
ject is concerned. Individual stories
will be written this month.
A photographer is very busy tak
ing pictures of our shop, garden,
kitchen and sewing classes.
One ot our teachers took the trip
around the Island on Saturday and
she will probably be able to report
on it in a few days.
Miss Hamamoto, recently of Koluu
school, is now with us. She takes
the place ot Mrs. Kum, who resign
ed at the end of last term.
All teachers and pupils showed
up for the new term today. We ex
pect to make this last lap with a
Interesting Religious Evangelical Association
Gathering Friday Meeting April 21-22
On Friday evening, April 7th an The regular semi-annual meeting
interesting gather ot religious work- f ,h Kauai Evangelical Association
ers was held at the Lihue Hotel 1 It I fce ,n th(j HawalIan church
was a gei-iogeiner 01 me ouuuuiai, ...
Shinto and Christian Jananese min-k Lihue, April 21st and 22nd. All
isters and priests. Two haole Chris- churches and Sunday schools are
tian ministers were, also present, urged to be properly represented by
making the number that sat down to ,jeiegnte8 and reports. The follow
dinner number eighteen. Not owy . ,
, ,, , , , Ing is the program
. n 1 .llnnn. nnlnlflif Kilt AVUII I
more pleasant was the fellowship 9:30 a m.Devotionni 8crvlce and
wun one anomer. in me sueecn- mo(lerator.8 message. Hev. Isa
muklng that followed one was struck .. ,
by the frank cordiality and desire w & m.church ro cau. Church
for co-operation in developing the Business
social and moral life of the Island. nM a m Sermon. Rov. j. P. Erd-
n was a goou ining 10 gei logeiuer. i
Urii!1rt ...... i ...,1 ! . r, ,i AnxiUt I
.linn uui iicno uii i ci.6iuu uu M2 00 Recess.
vary wmeiy, we snouia g.aaiy ami m.The Sunday School
Lurumiiy wui K lugeiucr wueiei:i u Reports
may oe possiuie. mis is me ursi m.-Sunday School Round
meeting ot tnis kina on mis isiana TabIes Uey Roya, Q HaU iead.
out u seemeu 10 oe me unanimous
feeling of those present that we
should get together in similar way
twice a year. A committee was ap
pointed to plan for the next meet
ing, which will- probably be ht.d
next October in Walmea.
Special meetings have been ar
ranged by Messrs. P. S. Scudder,
R. O. Hall and R. W. Bayless for
the Hawaiian-born Japanese young
men of Kauai to be held at the fol
lowing places, on the dates men
tioned. Any young individual interested
in the general problems relating to
class, of Island inhabitants will do
well to be present at some of
these meetings, which will be in
the nature ot a general discussion.
Anahola, April 19th; Kapaa, April
20th; Walmea, April 22nd; Koloa
and Hanapepe, April 23rd; Kekaha,
April 24th; Makawell, April 25th;
Pakala, April 26th, Lihue, April 27
and Koloa 28th.
Further information may be had
by telephoning Messrs. Hall or Bay-less.
Don t Lose Sight!
of the fact that I have a
at your service
My iersoiial guarantee goes
with all the work doue, backed
up by a reputation, gained
during 25 years on the islands,
for a FA I H AND SQUARE
If your eyes trouble you,
or you need to change your
glasses, come and consult me.
For appointments, write
S. E. LUCAS
MAUI JUDGE SAYS
OKE IS REAL BOOZE
Okolehao is an intoxicating liquor
containing more than one-half of
one per cent alcohol, and to charge
that a person had in possession for
sale, sold or transported okolehao
Is sufficient to bring the offense
under the prohibition law.
Such Is the burden ot a decision
1. Weak points In our Sundny
school program. Rev. James K.
2. How we can keep the older
boys in the Sundny School. Mr.
3. What should we expect irom
the pastor? Mrs. Etta SlogKett.
4. How can the Hawaiian Uoaru
assist? Rev. J. P. Rrdman.
4:00 p. m. Address, "Some Reme
dies for Our Weak Points in
Religious Education. Hon. Wm.
7:30 p. m. HAWAIIAN NIGHT and
CONCERT, Tip Top Theater.
(Proceeds for the Pindlgul mis
TIRES . -
handed down last week by district
,irate, Harry Mossman, ot Wai- Saturday April 22nd-
G:30 a. m. Sunriiie Prayer Meet-
luku in denying the motion to dis
miss, of Eugene Murphy, the at tor
ney for the defendant, says the Maui
Murphy made his motion to dis
miss on several grounds which in
ing. Leader, Rev. D. Kaaeamo-ku.
9:15 a. m. Devotional Service. Rev.
9:45 a. m. Church Business.
eluded lack of jurisdiction, it not u.30 ft ,. Sermon. Rev. Prank S.
being stated whether the defendant
is charged under federal or territor
ial laws, and that there was no
proof that okolehao contains more
than one-halt of one per cent of al
cohol and there was no evidence
that Ah Ping had committed an of
fense under the prohibition laws.
Magistrate Mossman denied the mo
tion on all grounds offered.
12:00 m. Recefis.
1:30 p. m. The Christian Endeav
2:30 p. m. Address, "The Ideal
Christian Endeavor." Rev. J. P.
3:00 p. m. Tho Association Com
munion Service. Rev. I. Kaauwai
and Rev. F. S. Scudder.
Another point in a liquor case F,al KXTim
was aisu ueciueu oy magistrate Rey jsa,ah Kaauwati moderator;
Mossman in another decision, the I Mr j H Kajwj, clerk.
case oi maguicm sauo m wnicn ai- Program committee: Rev. Ralph
torney Murphy had demurred for w n.yless j. M. Kaneakua.
his client. The grounds for demur-
rer were similar to those in the II10 KAM GLEE CLUB AT
non lor aismissai against An ring LIHUE UNION CHURCH
and the demurrer was overruled on
an points. Attorney murpny men statl,iinir rnnm was at a nremium
waiveu examination ana demanded a , tne Llhue Vnion church on Sun.
Jury trial, the case thus going to the Uay nlornll)Ki The Glee Club of the
ClrCUtt COUrt. I l.-.,,l,,Dl, hnu.' .rhnnl ramtnrorl
two selections, "Christ in Flanders"
and "Grace be Unto You," in very
acceptable manner, while the dou
ble quartet rendered, in a very
pleasing, satisfactory fashion, "Moth
er Love," and "Tho Palms."
William Moragne and Richard
Rice gave brief reports as to what
the Hl-Y student conference meant
to them. That the reports of these
two young men were highly satis
factory was evidenced by the rapt
attention which was given thorn.
Tho pastor closed with a very brief
sermon upon tho theme of the day,
which was "The Victorious Life."
TI THEN renewal time
V V comes, equip your car
with Vacuum Cup Fabric or
Cord Tires and forget the
dangers of "skiddy" pavements.
Forget also the disappointing
mileage averages other tires may
have given you. Buy Vacuum
Cup Tires you pay only for
the quality the safety costs
C. B. HOFGAARD & CO., Ltd., Agents, WAIMEA
REAL ESTATE AND INSURANCE
No. 126 1S1 Merchant 8L
P. O. Box No. 6M .
Twenty-two Elegant Rooms
in Main Building
Three Airy Cottages
Cuisiue Unexcelled in Coun- l
W. H. Rice, Jr.,
Everything in the
Silver and Qold Line
liich Cut Glass
and Jlrt Goods
JltCtrchandia f iht
Sett Qjality Only
H. F. Wkkinniaini
& Co. Lttd.
P. O. BOX 342 HONOLULU
Candies - Novelties
Direct from the Factory
PASTOR RETURNS AFTER
VACATION TO CHINA
Honolulu Paper Co.
Wholesale Paper Dealers
821-823 Alakea Street
GOOD MEALS IN HONOLULU
Await you at Child's
New, modern, high class restaurant, cen
. trallv located. Cool and comfortable.
Intelligent, courteous Bervice. European
plau. Operated iu connection with the
J.F. CIIILD, l'roprietor.
Rev. Chong How Fo, of the Wal
mea Chinese Congregational church
returned last Wednesday morning
after a brief visit to the orient. Dur
Ing his travels he visited many beau
tiful cities and towns, both In China
Since he left China to come to
Hawaii 26 years ago many great
changes had taken placa For in
stance, the schools have been great
ly Improved and there are a great
many more students in the differ
ent schools, all aiming to be edu
The roads and cities are all nice-1
ly arranged. Tho people, almost as
many as ants, ran by seen walking
up and own the streets day and
night. The roads are about four or
five times the width of our roads.
People are more civilized. The silk
industry is greatly Improved, and
China is progressing fast generally.
The city of Kobe, In Japan, and
the cities of Shanghai and Canton,
in China, are large cities and are
ot great commercial Importance.
Dr. T. L. Morgan
1 1 EN KGGS
JELLY HIHD EGGS
CANARY BIRD EGGS
CHOC. MAKSIIMALLOW EGGS
CHOC. CKEAM EGGS
CHOC. DECORATED EGGS
Our Candy Line
Is Complete and Well Assorted
Office ou Wm. Hyde Rice Premises
1'Lone 151 L