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!rnE garden Island, Tuesday, sept. 19, 1922
For 24 Years
LI HUE SODA has been produced on Kauai
Xante appear on our books today, that were
ou the first page of the first book of accounts.
TWENTY EOUK years a user of L1IIUE SODA
Just like Oi ape-Nuts:
THERE'S A KEASOX
Ask for it bv name LI HUE SODA
Order Your 'ase Today
It's Good because its made that way
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I SCHOOL NOTES j
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444 1, l'HOXE H2W
of course - -
Hawaiian Kona is the Best
We don't need to tell you
that. Just wanted you
to form the good habit
of asking your grocer for
Kona Coffee with the red
label In one pound pack
ages or five pound cans.
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At Waimea and Nawiliwili
The Most Famous Garages on Kaual.
v The place to get transportation to
The Barking Sands, Olokele Canyon,
Waimea Canyon, Kokee Camps,
Kukuiolono Park, Wailua Falls,
Hanalei, Haena Caves
Our automobiles are comfortable,, our drivers are re
liable and have been with us for many years, and
know every Inch of the country.
We rent Ford Cars Without Drivers.
We run the stage Hne between Lihue and Kekaha
three round trips per week
We do draylng and hauling by trucks all over the Islanq.
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CLEM GOMES, Mgr.
v ili Distributor
TERRIT0RY 0F HAWAn j M
WAIMEA JUNIOR HIGH SCHOOL
School opened with an enroll
ment of one hundred and twenfy.
Of that number there are forty-four
freshmJn, twenty-eight eighth grad
ers, and forty-efght seventh graders.
The freshmen are aa follows: From
Kikaha, eight; from Makuwell, four;
from Eleele, six; from Waluica,
twenty-six and from Wahaiawa, one.
The pupils from out of Waimea
come to school and return in the
district athletic truck.
Kekaha freshmen are: Ah Moon
Lo. Thomas Milanano, Sixto Sabala,
Morio Tanaka, Yoe Matsukawa, Shin-j
ko Gotunda, Anna Brandt, Margar
Makaweli freshmen: Adelaide Na-
apaahu, Taro Chickamoto, Edward
Caleseiiba, Masao Seto.
Wahlawa: Hatsuichi Hashlba.
Eluele: Chickanoru Murakami, Yo-
Bhito Nakasbima, John Gomez, Fran-
is Gomez, Ah Pau Chlng, Kenso
Kenoshita, Yachiyo Tanaka.
Among the staff of the junior high
school are Miss Gail H. Borum, Miss
Anna B. Carter, and Miss Ruth
Lindsay, all of whom are new to
Kaual. Miss Carolyn E. Weller. kin
dergarten instructor of last year
will meet the junior high school
classes in hygiene and English.
In the grammar school the fol
lowing ure new Kauai: Miss Amelia
Tain Yow, Miss Ethel C. Chlng, Miss
Hanako Morishigi and Mr. Yaigo Ho-shino.
The Y. M. C. A. have already made
an effort to organize the Hl-Y Club
among the boys of the junior school.
The boys are enthusiastic about the
work and of the seventy boys we
hope to see a hundred per cent enrollment.
KAPAA SCHOOL NOTES
year are as follows: George S. Ray
mond, principal; Miss Yong, Miss
Hamamoto, Miss A. L. Wong, Miss
Ah Sing, Miss Beatrice Hiu, Miss
M. Rodrigues, Miss Brady, Miss KI-
mura, Miss Johnson, Miss Mladin
ich, Miss A. K. L. Wong, Mrs. Ama
lu, Mrs. Hardy, Mrs. Rodrigues, Mrs.
A, Wong, Mrs'. Sheldon, Mrs. Bush,
Mrs. Grote, Mr. Rodrigues, Sidney
Hiu, K. Vlctorino, D. Prigge and
GOVERNOR FARRINGTON IS
PLEASED WITH KAPAA WORK
Our new teachers this year in
clude Miss L. Johnson of Makawao,
Maui; Mr. Sidney Hiu and Miss Be
atrice Hiu from the normal. Mr.
Hiu will have charge of a special
class of over-age lower grade pupils.
Mrs. Bush is substituting for Mrs.
Golding, who is on the mainland and
expects to return soon.
Mrs. Freitas is also on the coast
and expects to return this month
Miss Hiu is substituting for her.
We have twenty-four teachers this
year, the same as last. No new
buildings were put up, but we had
an addition to the kitchen which
will be used for a Bewing room. The
school buldings all received a new
coast of paint during the summer.
Dr. H. P. Choy, government dent
ist, will make a thorough examina
tion of all the children's teeth. He
worked throughout the summer and
expects to remain here for some
Mrs. Alice Wong, after a year's
absence, is back with us again.
School opened this September
with an enrollment of 706 pupils. In
September, 1921, the total was G91;
1920, 634; 1919, 623. Total enrollment
to yesterday, was 745.
Mrs. Frietas, who is one of our
oldest teachers in point of service,
has sent word that she will not be
back this year. Miss Hiu will prob
ably remain here to take her place.
Our lunches are averaging two
hundred per day but it is expected
to increase from day to day.
School books this year are being
purchased from the Makaweli store
Honolulu as in former years,
instead of from Patton company in
Our special study of sugar cane
will be confined to the seventh grade
Our complete list of teachers this
That Governor W. R. Farrington
is pleased with the work being car
ried out along agricultural lines at
Kapaa school is shown by the fol
lowing letter received by George
S. Raymond, principal of the school:
My Dear Mr. Raymond.
Thru the kindness of Charles F.
Loom is, secretary of the Citizenship
Education committee, 1 have receiv
ed folders on the "Sugar Cane In
dustry" prepared by the children of
I want to congratulate you on the
Splendid work that you and your
teachers have done in introducing
agricultural industry as a medium
for the broader education of our
children. The character of the work
that conies to my desk indicates that
there is a real enthusiasm on the
part of teachers and pupils.
1 hope that there will be a steady
increase in the number of children
in your school devoting their time
to the study of the industry on which
all our prosperity Is based and- to
which our coming men and women
should look as a means of gaining
a livelihood and establishing happy
We are told to look up, not down
but we should take care that we do
not hold our heads up so high in
the air that we fail to notice the
beautiful nnd useful things to be
gained from the cultivation of the
I trust that this special work is
the beginning of a territory-wide
movement to make the opportunities
of agriculture an outstanding feature
of our public education in all grades
Yours very truly,
W. R. FARRINGTON,
Governor of Hawaii.
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fund by getting a few dollars
worth of dancing at the Lihue Arm
ory Saturday night."
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This is au inexpensive enamelled floor covering which
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If it is kept waxed to preserve the surface it will wear
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We will send samples and estimates.
If you will send a plan of your floor with the correct
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This splendid inexpensive floor covering is only one
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For Catarrh, Hay Fever, 50c
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For Wounds, Sores, Cuts, Pilos
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Directions to Benson, Smith &
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