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TUB GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, JULY 21, 1914
Up-to-date Livery, Dray i tig and Boarding Stable a d Auto
BETWEEN LIHUE and KEKAHA
Leaving Lihue every Monday, Wednesday and Friday.
Leaving Kekaha every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday.
ARRIVING AT THEIR DESTINATION IN THREE HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Box 48
Kauai Teachers There And
Items Concerning Work
Copyright Hart Schiffner & Marx
ROGRESS OF THE
Mr. Cvn1 O. Smith, of the Ka-
paa school, supplies the tollowing
interesting notes concerning the
work of the summer school to date:
The school opened on the niorn-
ng ot July b with a splendid ad
dress by Dr. Wadtnan, and b y
eight o'clock some one hundred
forty teachers were down to work,
keeping right at it until two-thirty.
after which preparation for the
next day's work commences. The
building is open at seven each
morning, and many get in a quiet
hour's work before going to class
Registered for the work are the
following Kauai names: Mrs. von
Arnswaldtof Kekaha, Miss Fursey
of Kalaheo. Miss S. Pacheco of
Kilauea, Miss Menglerof Waimea,
Miss Helen Bryant of Makaweli
Miss Gertie Macfie of Makaweli.
Miss Virgie Silva of Waimea. Mr.
W. A. Yeats, who is to take charge
of the Haena school; Mrs. Hannah
Ahi, formerly of Hulaia, Miss An
na Pung, an old Kapaa teacher,
while Mr. Avery, the new Lihue
High School principal, has charge
It would be difficult to accord
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privilege of being educated into
the intricacies of the Progressives
is costing this one concern 585,000
per mouth. Mr. Carter intimated
that this was but one care out of
many, lie claims that this condi
tion was brought about, however,
because of the ascendency of the
Democratic party. This ascenden
cy was not drought auout, howev
er, by the vote of a majority of the
electorate, but by the attitude of
the Progressive party, instigated
by personal spite with the hope of
securing control of the Republican
party and the government.
Had these people who were for'
mer leaders of the Republican Par
ty but who are now leading the
Progressives, been of the same cal
ibre of Mr. Charles A. Kice. as
shown in the. speech lie recently
made in Honolulu, in which he
announced that if defeated in the
primaries he would support his
victotious rival in the party, at the
general election in November
millions upon millions of dollars
would have been saved to the peo
pie on the mainland and our Ter
ritorial industries would not now
be threatened with destruction.
All of this suffering both here
and on the mainland is brought
about because of the determination
of a few people to rule or ruin the
country; and I hope and know
that all in Hawaii will not be mis-
VOICE OF PEOPLE
UNIVERSAL LUNCH BOXJ
Silva's Toggery, Ld. j
"lhe Store for Good Clothes" 1
We carry the
in two grades.
lit grade, boys' sizes, 2 1-2 to 5, at
2nd " " " 2 1-2 to 5, at
1st grade, men's sizes, 5 1-2 to 10, at
2nd " " " 5 1-2 to 10, at
Mclnerny Shoe Store Honolulu j
true situation and thus prolong
Mr. Carter states that he does
not believe that he or any other
man trotn Hawaii will be able to
gain the ear ot the President or to
be able to personally place our
troubles before him. I have no ob
jection to Mr. Carter making this
statement as regards to himself,
for he has had experience in that
wav, personally, but l do object
to his making this claim as regard
Citizen of Kauai
the Department of Public Instruc
tion too much praise for planning led by any misstatements of the
such an excellent course in agri
culture, and everyone attending the
session will be under great obli
gations to Dr. Wilcox and his assis
tants for the extensive course thev
are giving the teachers at the Fed
eral station here. Lectures on agri
cultural subjects are given at the
school in the morning, while prac
tical demonstrations are given at
the Station in the afternoon, plant
ing, re-potting, budding and graft
ing being demonstrated last week
under Dr. Kelley. Mr, Clowes was
given a mouth's leave of absence
frcm his station on Hawaii in or
der that he might be able to take
up the work here.
irot. wood, just back trom a
post graduate course in Columbia
College, has charge of methods of
teaching and a great deal of inter
est has been aroused by his lec
Outside lecturers are invited to
address the students at least once a
week, Prof. Scott of the High
School -being on the program for
next week, while Dr. Wilcox spoke
on "The Value of An Agricultural
The final examinations for certi
ficates take place on August 3. 4
Mr. Ford Coming
Alexander Hume Ford, editor of
the Mid-Pacific magazine and Ha
waii's leading "booster", who re
turned to Honolulu a week ago,
sends words that he will shortly
visit Kauai for the pv.i oo of in
teresting prominent i-:li;:?ns in the
subjects of mountain tr.i'.s and rest
houses. This is a pir l a cam
paign which he purpo-vs rrr rying
on on all of the island Much beau-
iful scenery on Kami i.m be made
accessible, he thinks by me.ins of
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V fnvor the improvement of
uw irnveriinitf me civn m;ru-D
iv ImoiiiR the xame ou the merit system
And providing for examinntimm 10 i
held in KiiRlitih or in liawiiiinn, siu h
examinations to in.duile practical rather
than technical suli.jects.
Wo fnvnr ho enactment of letrisla
tion for the regulation of the hours of
innniinl work performed within the Ter
ritniv in th a connection WO lieiifMJ
that the eight-hour law should in bp
nli...1 in nil cases where economical con
ilitions will permit., uue ain-nnu"
paid to the health of laborers employed.
The Democratic policy of free trade
has obviated the necessity lor iuriner
immigration at tlio present time, since
the supply of labor now exceeds the ilo
nmnd. That same policy has so crip
plod the financial condition of the Ter
ritory, tnat, even were iiiniiin'"i'""
irnlile neeessnrv funds would lie want
ing. 1'ntil conditions have altered for
th l.ntt,.r we favor the suspension of
operations for securing immigration
Conditions within the Territory of
Hawaii are such as to make successful
homestead farming depend largely upon
nnrfect cooperation between mainline
tnrera nf nirricultural products and
homesteaders. Such cooperation can be
secured where the Territorial govern
nient itself superintends the system. In
the absence of laws permitting such
supervision the securing of cooperation
and thus preventing legitimate competi
tion and discrimination will be difficult.
We favor the enactment of laws for
reasonable Territorial supervision and
thus give to the homesteader and small
farmer nn equitable and just return for
his raw material of all kinds of manu
We favor financial assistance to
small farmers and homesteaders by the
government, and pledge our representa
tives to the enactment of laws to ef
fectuate the same.
We favor and encourage all other le
gislation which may tend to advance
our social, moral, and economic condi
tions. That our representatives in the le
gislature are pledged to work for a
large appropriation for tne construction
of a commodious territorial market, and
sufficient funds for maintaining same,
thus enabling the small farmer an op
portunity of disposing his products di
rect to the consumer.
Two vears ago, in convention assem
bled, the Republican party in its plat
form, used, in its conclusion, this Ian
gnagc: "The present prosperous condi
tion of the Territory of Hawaii is due
largely to the policies carried out by
the Republican party, national and lo
cal." These conditions no longer ex
ist. That the change is due to the aban
donment of Republican policies, all ad
The Republican part', while properly
calling attention to existing depression
is a party, as shown by its history, cap
able of meeting all emergencies, no mat
ter how serious their nature
Should our appeal to the electorate to
enter a vigorous protest against the de
structivo policies of the Democratic
pnrty be heeded, we pledge ourselves to
do the utmost in our power to bring
about a prosperity which is real, not
phsycological; to enact laws which
mean growth, not decay; to honestly
and emciontlv conduct all public mat
ters entrusted to us, and in every le
gitimate and constitutional manner, up
hold all the rights, and promote the hap
piness and prosperity of nil of the
Ni limn i woman who cut lunch
away from homo--, no HiiM who
rt'iiutiii at hi'ImhiI during Hie Ihxiii
hour can without a I'liivcrviil
lunch box. Its vacuum bottle
guuraiitivH a steaming hot or Icy
cold cup of tea, eolHv or milk.
Its food drawer with its ventilat
ing features assure fresh whole
some, food at all times. Positively
the most tierfect Imix known.
Price t'i.lOi each
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Office Supply Co., Ltd.
HONOLULU, T. H.
Agents lor the
ami dealers in Olliee ' Stationery
and Filing Systems.
Carry a complete stock of the
Glolic-AVfniicke Filing Cubinet
All repairs on typewriters guaran
Paper Bags" Tvlilfes?1
IX THE TERRITORY
MAIL ORDERS PROM1TLY
These are the best school or work shoe made.
Tan or Black.
Let Us Do Your
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If If Assorted Chocolates ami Hon lions tiTic pel pound ; $1.-V Ife-l
fjKJI two pounds. Milk Chocolates ."iilc small box ; 1. HO IV'lt
Mr"ll large box. No charge for postage. lfi'Al
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the W.
G. Hall Friday morning from Ho
nolulu A. D. Hills, J. M. Lyd-
gate, L. D. Timnions. R. S. Ilos-
mer, A. Horner. G. N. Wilcox,
Leon Quonsan, II. J. Eby, Miss L
K. Wong, Miss Daisy Hee, Miss
S. Nakatsuji. Miss T. Hopper, Y.
Shido, Miss Emma At Chang, Miss
Shigiko Nakatsuji, Miss C. Kikha-
la. Miss Y. Tsumta, T. Ikoikuchi
Mrs. L. Kakoa, J. W. Ekekela,
Mrs. Ekekela. W. Yuiu Sam. VV.
C. Ken, k. Montgomery, Mrs. K.
Montgomery, II. Yamada, T. Fu
jita. T. C. Kllis. Mrs. T. C. Ellis,
Rev. A. Puuki. J Capanas, Rev.
S. K. Kaulili, Win. Werner. Mrs.
A. Adams, Mrs. J. K. Kaanuwal,
K. Tokushinia, N. Morimoto, S.
Takamori, J. llano, A. W. Alohi
kea, Mrs. Alohikea, A. W. Mehsu
da and 36 deck.
New Zealand butter continues to
be popular. Try it. Sold byj. I.
Silva, Eleele. Advt.
Baseball Next Sunday
Following will be the baseball
games n;xt Sunday; Makaweli vs.
L'htie, at Makaweli. Kilauea vs.
Kcloa, at Koloa.
Try a "Honolulu Special" at
Lihue Store soda fountain. Advt.
The big. new freighter Pennsyl
vanian arrived at Port Allen Fri
day morning, bringing 93 tons of
freight. She sailed again at 4
o'clock Saturday afternoon for
Kahului, taking 3C.592 bags of
Just the thing for this hot weather-grape
juice soda at Lihue Store
soda fountain. Advt.
How Many Years
Will Your Car Last?
The oil you use is an important item in determin
ing this question. Your car cost a great deal. Oil
costs very little. It is poor ec nomy to use anything
but a high grade quality oil.
THE STANDARD OIL
FOR MOTOR CARS
it the beat automobile oil the Standard Oil
Company can make produced after 40 years
experience in the manufacture of oils for hundreds
of different purposes and backed by the Company's
long established quality guarantee. You can rely on
Zerolene with absolute confidence. It is eiving
satisfactory service to thousands cf motorists.
Dealers everywhere. Ask
our nearest agency about de
livery in bulk.
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and Exchange Business
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued avail
able in all principal cities of
jt j M
Intei est allowed at the rate
oi 4 per cent per aunum
on Savings Bank-deposits.
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.Interest paid on imc De
posits at the following .s:
3 Monti is 3 per ctti
6 Months ; 1-2 per
cent per ; imuni,
1 Mom I s -! ; ercent
All business entrusted by
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receives careful and prompt