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Brandt i'f vVaiiiiiii. Kan.u. a A.lininN
trntor of the Ktati- of K.nnaka Kankau.
tuti' of ai'l Waillira, Kauai. 'IVrritorj of
All m .litor oi tin- aiil Iv-tati'iire here
by iiotilloil to invent tlii ii'i'laiin'a.tfaiii-t
IIH' Willi Ivlilli', may iliiiiiciiiMiiii'i. aim
proper vouchers, if any i'ite, oven
tliiiitli tiio alil rlainif U- iMireil by
innrtKiitti' ut'oii mil etate, to tbe wilt! T.
Uritwlt at Waimea a fon -ai'l, within -i
iittmtl i- from the ilut-Ih-iv or itliT i-i-Mich
I'laimi, if any. will ! forever Imr
twl. Atiil all n'rsoii inili'I'ti il to tin ail
Kxhili' arc lu ii i'j notiiicil to make iin
ItU'lllati' ); llli'lll to the niiel'ilieii a
Mh'lt Ailmliii-trator at Wnimea afniv
Klld. Dated at Liliiie, Kauai, .lamiary I'.'tb.,
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NOTICE TO CREDITORS
III tlie matter of the K-tute of 1-YalH'i-i-o
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aiioiiiteii Ailmiiii-tral"i' of tbe l'.tati
nt Kraiii'i-iM Itapn.M, ilrceit.,'il, hereby
tli'! iiotiei to all en ilitor of "an
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antli. iitii'ateil ami with H-oer voui'hei
il any i i-l to tin- iailiT-ii.'in;l, at hi
ii'iieiii'e iii MaUawili. Ka'iai. with'u.
MX lliontli" trolii the dull' ol the lil-1
inililiealion ol 1 1 1 i imtliv or tlie sunn
will U' forever barret I.
M IVI'U U rozo,
Administrator of tlie K-tali' of Francisco
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Hawaii & South Seas
(SI HOME Sj
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I'atroiue lloim Imlu-tiv Ti I. :!L''.i
Lihue Union Clmrch. Foreign
Rev. J. M. Ly dgate, pastor.
Church Service II a. m. Except
the last Sunday of the month.
Sunday School 10:30 a. m.
Lihue First Church, Hawaiian
Rev.'Wm. Kamau, pastor.
Church Service 11 u. m. Sunday
School 10 a. in.
WANTED A jio-ition as- eliauU'eiir by an
exierieiieei ,la)iaiieM'. Ilae lieeii in
rejiaii hoi for -oinelime. Addir?.
"II" (iiinli'ii IMuiuI tliie, l.iliiii'.
WANTED: a bright boy to learn
the printing trade. Call at this
T. TAN ABE
Will ( )pe -I .1
NEW GARAGE, Jan. 15
Car- from this garage will
iii' i t everv steamer.
Will make special rates to
Ki isonable rates and satis
t'.ic'i ai guaranteed to all.
D. " or night service, and
11 .ri kind of weather.
Your trade is earnestly so
le: u ':.
PHONE 176 L.
Chib.i's Old Stand
Co.'.'. 1 11 lie il 1 1 1 Ml 1 i 1 v -I .
display, c spec. ally on ll;r .e.v it",
sat.slactory way ordeis tur tel
books are being hamllid . Mi.
(filwon said as this is the Iii si
year the Department lias nut hi v.;
tu do with Hie fill nt-liiii,i' oi' U t
hooks, and that no. particular store
had tho evclusive rinht to h mdle
them, conditions were as a resiili
somewhat unsatisfactory. K. H.
Hridjiewatcr for Hrid".caU r kv
lloppir, stated that his linn would
handle all tile tlccess irv text books
f o r Kauai provided the could
break even, but for the deparlvu nl
to expect a business linn to -ill
books at cost and stand for freight
was too much and that no linu
could afford to do it.
The Gulden Trensun Reader, a
new candidate in the field w, s put
under lire which provided food I'm
a lengthy discussion. S e v e r ; 1
teachers were asked for their opi
nions on its Mutability as a test
book and t h e replies indicated
rather eetily divided opinions as
to its value as such.
Mr. Urodie then very profitably
employed a few minutes aildressin::
the teachers on preparing requisi
tions etc.. and suxrtsted that tin
Principals should stiKKCst to bri.uiit
pupi's I'.irtictilarly the Hawaii
alls that ihcy attend the Xornri!
School. Th it often times a child
docs not hae its attention tailed
to thtse thiiiK'- and a ttirnin.u: of a
child's thoughts, in this diivi lion
lias often had the result of making
him ko ahead and securiu"; foi
him a higher education.
Mr. Gibson i n cong-ratulatinj;
the teachers on their very success
ful meeting' said in part:
"I congratulate the teachers of
Kauai on this very sucessful meet-1
nig. I have been verv much nleas-!
.d with what I have seen, in fact
I do not think that better lessons
cotild be given in any other schools
in the Territory than we have wit
nessed to-dav, so far as thev went.
I have no doubt but what these
lessons are better given in the
teachers own rooms and under more
familiar surroundings, because few
do their best under unusual circum
stances, and 1.0 matter wdiat pre
paration is made there exists an
.nibarrassmetit and lack of freedom
not experienced in their own rooms.
So we c a n fully believe these
eichtrs do excellent work in their
own schools. The ages of the
cnimrcn to-oay represent troni
about six to eight years of age -some
were a little older, and I want
to bring forciblv under the notice
of teachers particularly the young
er ones the fact that the inipor-,
taut part of it all is tlu child . We
are apt to get into a narrow groove
and forget that we are training the
young mind, and that the child is
only capable of absorbing so much.
Of course children have to be treat
ed differently at different ages. In
the first two years in school a child
is little farther advanced than when j
a baby, and the main thing with I
that child is growth and develop- j
ment. After the first two y ears, it
is a sort of development from acti
vity. Tell the story as you do to a
child at your knee or in its cot and
have them ask questions on it, and j
have answered and explained new i
terms and words. I think the new 1
reader we have The Golden Trea-!
siiry is going to be a great im
provement and help to teachers and '
I'd like to hear from them on its ;
merits or otherwise, as there have
been some complaints in regard to,
After the conclusion of Mr. Gib
son's remarks, President W. H '
Rice Sr., made the following ad-'
"I.adit-s and Gentlemen, when a'
young man 1 used to practice be
tore the circuit couit here, and
one da had up for trial two cases.
me in Hawaiian and one in I ju
lish. ludee MclJryde, who was
it tint time on the bench, aft. r
summing up the cases, seized ill,
oppoitunity of advi.sii'g me to
-peak onl in Hawaiian in future
lor, said he, v mi make a very
good sjifi; in Hawaiian, but in
English, not ur good. I have
always tr. d .is faithfully as pos
sum- U) loij'i.y om tn:s
'T1' IS "S
kime is oere
You'll save yourself and family a lol of
worry and trouble perhaps sickness by
shutting the flies out of your home at once.
We'll be glad to help you with good, du
rable screens that will give you a great
many years of service. We have
in all sizes, complete with trimmings, or if
you have old screens that need repairing,
we've netting, paint, staples tacks in
fact, everything needed to put them in per
LET US BE OF SERVICE TO YOU I
Waimea Machine & Anfoirsbiie Works
C'-'o. A. '!"r!rQn or,- -'. Whitr, Propri. 'rrn.
General mcLmc, Automobile ar.cl & s
engine repairs, auto supplies, t
AGENTS KOR ACETEUXE G S LIGHTING CO.
We Are equipped with the very highest grade
American mach'ne tools and our facilities for the
handling of automobile repair work are
Our efforts are to please our patrons, and a
trial will prove to you how easily it is done.
, - - s
WE DELIVER THE GOODS
Waimea Machine k Automobile Works
Tel. 32 W. WAIEVTEA, KAUAI- P. O. Box K.
and ! tv- or.' mab om- or two
spe ihts in Pi i'sb si-u-, . sip, .
ing ot s( 1, uu', . it minds me ,,f at)
iiu ide nt w h -h i reun ed at a n
e.annn.ition in 'In fu -,t sthool e
ever had at I.il'.lle here. Some
boys ot about oi 15 (.
age were V i.ig put thro' ih.
tiplicatio'i fvo.Ns and
st it. d
ndtrmau and daughter,
-ig those airiving from
them after '.unie ovm hi
lesson more or les coi -assure
I wotli'ii ;ii ith .i
finale of "k" k- 'ii us ki--
dirty kicks,' wh'chh' ought things
to rather an '.'"pt (uncb's-.M i
was pleased to u .tic. no ui"'i,u is
of this kind li i tb: - morn: u
among the rli:!'Kn 1:. - ;.
wish teachcis to uim i::'. i ' ,
tilts island has iinnlucul some of
the most prominent men in the
history of Hawi.ii and it is with the
teachers of this island t o pro
duce more of this 'itiality of men
and women. If I live long enough
I shall see you all voters this is
coming! California has it and it
has been agitated now for in or 2
years in the legislature of this
island and you will then help, as
you are doing now, to bring the
youth of this country to see by
ycur example what is to be ex
pected of them in the future. Xo
one takes or follows an example
more iptickly than does a child
all ripe for impressions, and no
one I think Lels a n injustice
more keenly than a child. Von
must be just in all your dealings
with them. Rather err on the side
of justice than chance being unjust
to any youngster. I well remem
ber as a boy our teacher Mr.
Dole telling us we could get off
an hour earlier Friday afternoons
if we had our spelling lessons cor
rect, and you can imagine how
careful of our spelling we would
be on those days, but it happened
that, among other words I had in
my spelling, there otcurred the
word "oos" which was spelt
"oos" in one place and ooz in an
other part of my spelling book.
When after spelling it "oos" I
was corrected and told I had
"missed" I felt they were very
unjust to me and pointed out the
different spellings in the book.
I was of course "let off" then and
now I'm going to let you off. I
thank you for the honor you have
given me in electing me president
of this association and I shall try
to serve the best interests of this
island according to my ability and
Mr. Urodie at the conclusion of
the President's remarks expressed
his gratitude to the teachers for
tlieir presence at the meeting and
added that the generous response
to his request for a meeting in
dicated that they were interested
in their work. At 3 i m. the
convention closed with the render
ing of the Star Spangled Hanner.
Those present were Mr. and
Mrs. Henry C. Brown. Waimea;
Miss Ida Alspaugh, Kapaa; Mary
Ann Huddy, Kapaa; Mrs. Lucy
Wiight, Waimea; Miss Xora
Clnng. Kekaha; lieila Mydell. Ke
keha; Mrs. Francis Ho, Waimea;
Annie Ching, Hanamaulu; Edith
Wong, Waimea; Lilian P. Akina,
Waimea; Mary Bryant, Makaweli;
Norn K. Stewart, Kalaheo; Grace
Chang, Hanamaulu; Mrs. James
Clappi r. Hanamaulu; Mrs. E. B.
iii idgewati r. Hanamaulu; John
Bush. Koloa; H. H. Urodie. Hana
pepc. Gertrude Hofgaard, Waimea,
Marie H. Anderson, Hanapcpe:
Barbara Ella Lte, Makaweli; Mat
tie G. Jordan, Kekaha; Etta Lee,
Mak wili: Cviil O. Smith. Kapaa;
l-'oit- ci K. Devtrill. Hanalei;
l.ou I!. Keating,. Koolati; Carlotta
i. w irt, An .ho! ; fl uriet E. Tc-ft,
K ' ,u: I'.tbil L. Edw.uds. Kdau
e, . M-. and Mis. C. ii. Morse;
Hanapcpe: II. S. Simpson, Hana-pepi-:
M irgnret S. McClvinont,
Kalaheo: Miss A. S. G. r 'nor.
K.i aheo: Mrs. H- L. Sheldon, Jr..
K.ipi1: B Mli.-e- E. Ilundli v. Ka
pia. M P..-eh;fk. Kap. ,. Mrs.
C 1 . h d.". . K' k .li .. Mrs. j).
Lvons, Hanapcpe; Marion Hastie,
Hanapepe: Janet Hastie. Hana
pcpe; Mabel Hastie, Hanapepe;
Nora Marie Haffley. Hanapepe;
E. Lcona Laube, Hanapepe; Mi-ses
Mumford, Jordan, Rosco, Aver,
Laisv Sheldon. Hannah Sheldon.
Webs, Ellis, Mrs. Wedemevcr, of
Lihue: Miss Harper, K.ipaa".
Visitors were Normal Inspector
Gibson, of Honolulu, Representa
tive J. II. Coney. Mr. II. Rohrig,
Hon. W. II. Rice. E. U. Bridge
water. Mrs. J. B. Keightlev, Mrs.
Rice, Sr., Rev. Kamau and Judge
GIBSON A ti-nrl lore nssr,.i'i-
tion such as has been organized to-'
day, is essential togood school w oi k. !
COMMISSIONER RICE I am
exceedingly pleased to see so many
teachers so deeply interested iii
their work. All but ten of our
teachers are present today which ,
is most gratifying to me. I am ,
certainly proud of Kauai's teach- i
II. II . BRODIE - The Kauai'
teachers, association is on its feet.
The organization starts ofT with
duly elected officers and a nice
little nest egg i n the treasury.
HENRY BROWN "Yes we
were late, but it was all on account
of a brake that wouldn't break,
which caused us to nearly break
our necks in order not to break
our word." "Henry" camp a
gentle voice from across the table,
"another break like that and you'll
probably break one of the ten '
conimaudnientj." "Then I'd
better break bread" said Henry,
separating two slices of snow-white
bread, exposing a delicious chick
en filling, which served as a tem
porary break to the flow of wit.
In behalf of the teachers of'
Kauai and of myself, I most cord
ially thank the ladies of Lihue
and Mrs. W. II. Rice, in partic
ular for their donations and their
personal assistance in entertaining!
us at our recent convention.
II. II. Bkodii:.
Mis. E. C. Miller, mother of
Mrs. Henry Blake, of Koloa, and
widely known as an ardent church
worker, died suddenly in Hono
lulu last Tuesday morning from
heart failure. The remains were
brought to Koloa by special steamer
arriving Friday. Funeral services,
conducted hy Rev. J. M. Lydgate,
and Rev. S. K . Kaulili, were held
Sunday, interment taking place in
the family lot in the Hawaiian
tliurch cemetery. Deceased is
survived by eight children, all of
whom reside in the Territory. 1
Peter Berg, the Xawiltwili cabi
net maker and wood turner re
turned from Honolulu Wednesday,
ivtcr had taken a run up town to
, pl.iev his daughter in the Kantcha
' meha School.
in Wearing apparel
and the latest thing
The House With A Reputation For Squareness
J. I. SILVA, Proprietor.
A. R. GLA1SYER, D.Y.M. The latest Books of fiction
Will mahc monthly headquarters received by every steamer.
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e Dealers in
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d Oats, Wiii.at, Miiiii.im;s
a Sole agents for
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PlII'ITk'V Fill il i
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When a man talks well he is apt
to talk too much.
If you really want a man to keep
cool don't tell him to.
Men are apt to worship that they
cannot understand women, for
If there is any crankiness in a
man it will generally crop out
when he's hungry.
evkuvthino in this '
Sii.vku and Ggi,d Link,
Rich Clt Glass akd
Mi;uciIANDISI op TUB
DicsT Quality Om.v.
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t Some men's only claim to dis
liuctiou is a pair of white duck
trousers or a three-colored hat