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Kauai High School Makes
The ' growth of the Kauai high
school during the past two years
has been one of the surprises of
the school world. The school ; has
grown until now thero are two hun
dred thirty-one, students enrolled
and it, is expected that it will shortly
advance to the 250 mark.
That this growth exceeded any ex
pectations on the part of the local
school authorities can bo seen from
the fact that they planned for an
enrollment of 175, with 200 as the
high figure. Now that the enroll
ment has already exceeded this fig
ure, the school is sadly cramped for
room and there is a shortage of
teachers as well.
The administration building which
was formerly the court house, is al
ihe school. With the bungalow class
ready too small for the needs of
room system that is used at the
school it would be a simple matter
to increase the number of class
rooms but unfortunately the admin
istration building cannot be enlarg
ed in a practical way so as to meet
the needs of the school.
The local has a lead on other
schools of the territory thru the fact
that this is the second year that the
new high school course is in effect
in this school while other schools
in the territory are Just beginning
to use the hew course.
Another feature of the local school
is the start towards technical train
ing by the installation of a shop.
At present the only work done is
along the line of carpentry, but it
is hoped that within a short time
to extend ihe course so as to Include
other useful trades.
The scholastic standing of the
school can be judged by the fact that
every student from this school that
entered the University of Hawaii
this year was allowed to enter
without any entrance examinations,
the Kauai high school being the
only high school in the territory
to achieve this singular distinction
The commercial department of the
school Is up to the high standard
of the technical and academic de
partments. One of the unfortunate
features of the commercial depart
ment is the fact that all the equip
ment used in training the students,
such as typewriters and adding ma'
chines must be purchased out of
funds raised by the Bchool, as they
are not furnished by the department
of education as they are on the
mainland. This makes it necessary
that a small fee for maintenance and
upkeep must be charged the stud
ents in this department.
The high school is active along
athletic lines as well as the others
ard just now football is the major
sport. The school team is out work
ing hard for its game against the
Lihue team on Thanksgiving Day,
It is hoped that shortly a Honolulu
team can be imported to meet the
local boys on the gridiron.
AT PORT ALLEN
The new Matson freighter, Maka
weli, arrived last Saturday morning
at Port Allen and discharged a load
of lumber from Puget Sound for the
Kauai Railway company. The Maka
weli sailed for Honolulu on Sunday
Another arrival at Port Allen was
the S. S. Canadian Highlander with
seven thousand tons of coal from
Newcastle. Four thousand tons were
discharged at Port Allen, while
three thousand tons will be dis
charged at Honolulu for the Inter-Island.
Are Opening Today
RACE FOR THE NOMINATIONS
ARE NOW ON IN
The local political campaign opens
today in earnest whett the Repub
licans start their meetings at Wal-
niha this morning at 11:30. The
second meeting will be held at Hana-
lel at 3 o'clock and the third meet
ing at Kilauea at 7 p. m.
Tomorrow the fireworks will be
set off in Kapaa at 7 p. m. and
even though each speaker will be
limited to ten minutes each he
will have time to tell the crowd
what he thinks of his opponents.
This meeting will be preceded by
ono at Aanahola at 3 p. m.
On Thursday the first meeting
will be held at Kekaha at 4 o'clock
and the second at Waimea at 7:30.
The next meeting will be held at
Hanapepe at 4:30 on Monday after
noon and the second at Makawell
at 7 o'clock. On Tuesday evening at
5:30 the onjy meeting of the day
will be held at Kalaheo and the
only meetings on Wednesday will
be held at Koloa at 7 o'clock. The
candidates will complete their cam
paign at Lihue on Thursday even
ing with a meeting at the Tip Top
at 7 o'clock.
Little or no activity Is expected
among the local Democrats before
the primaries owing to the fact ' that
there is no competition for the vari
ous nominations. Their main bat
tle will come at the general election
in November when Joe Sscharsch
and Lucas will oppose the Republi
can nominees for the house, and
Manuel Aguiar Jr., will oppose the
Republican nominee for the senate.
That the senatorial race will be
between Charley Rice, the present
incumbent, and Aguiar, seems to
be a foregone conclusion, as it is
doubtful if Kaahu can muster enough
strength to make any kind of race
of the primaries.
The. race for the nomination for
the lower house takes On much more
Interesting proportions. Ten candl
daes are bound to make it inter
esting and although no personalities
have yet been entered into, there
is no doubt that once the campaign
is under way, the fireworks will
Punl Hayselden, Eddie Gardner,
S. W. Meheula and John C. Jerves
have the endorsement of the Ha
walian and Portuguese Civic Clubs
in the primaries, but just how much
bearing these endorsements are go
ing to have on the race is hard to
The other candidates, Jack Coney,
John Hoopale, Isaac Kaiu, Mrs. Ro
salie Keliinoi and Howard Young
do not seem to bo bothered by the
fact that they are not endorsed and
all are predicting that they will be
nominated at the expense of the
James T. Hamada, the tenth candi
date, an American born of Japanese
parentage, and as far as anyone
can learn is the first of this race
to contest for a political office. Ac
cording to recent information from
Honolulu he is not eligible to the
house on account of his age, but as
yet no announcement of his with
drawal has been made and his race
for the nomination is being watched
with keen interest here.
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for Christmas. Send your order to
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hue. Phone 22-L. Adv.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GOVERN
MENT GENERAL LEASE.
Public Notice is hereby given that
nt 1 o'clock P. M., Friday, October
27, 1922, at the front door of the
Hanapepe Postofflce, Hanapepe, Ka-
I'.ai, T. H., there will be sold at
public auction to the highest bidder,
under the provisions of Section 73
cf the Hawaiian Organic Act and
Section 380 of the Revised Laws of
Hnwaii of 1915, a General Leaso of
the following Government Land:
Lot 46, Hanapepe Rice and 1 Kula
Lots, Hanapepe, Kauai, containing
an area of 13.80 acres, more or less;
term of lease, 10 years from Octo
ber 23, 1922; upset rental G9.00 per
annum, payable semi-annually in advance.
The purchaser shall immediately
after the sale, pay the first six
months' rental, together with the
costs of advertising and all other
charges in connection with the pre
paration of said lease.
The sale of the above General
Lease Is subject to all the terms
and conditions of Government Gen
eral Lease Issued by ' the office of
the Commissioner of Public Lands.
Map of the land to be leased and
form of Government General Lease
Is on file and may be seen at the
office of the Sub-Land Agent, Coun
ty Building, Lihue, Kauai, T. II.,
or at the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Honolulu, T. H.
For general information, apply at
the office of the Sub-Land Agent,
County Building. Lihue, Kauai, T. H.,
or at the office of the Commissioner
of Public Lands, Capitol Building,
Honolulu, T. II.
A. A. DUNN,
Acting Commissioner of
Dated at Honolulu, T. II.,
September 23, 1922.
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