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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEB. 24. 1920
5 STATEMENT OF CHANGE IN CO PARTNERSHIP OF KAPAA PUR CHASING GUILD, KAWAIHAU, COUNTY of KAUAI, T. H., JAN. 27th, 1920. school notes! KAUAI'S EMPORIUM -In Our Endeavor- To cater to the wants of the community we are pleased to announce the receipt of new and fresh goods from the American Biscuit Company DAINTY CHIPS, SNOWFLAKE SODAS GINGER WAFERS, LEMON WAFERS VANILLA WAFERS, CHOCOLATE WAFERS COCOANUT WAFERS, FIESTA WAFERS ' ARROWROOT BISCUIT, FRUIT BISCUIT WHOLE WHEAT BISCUIT, BUTTER CRIMPS CHOCOLATE BEAUTIES, FIG BARS OATMEAL CRACKERS, CHOCOLATE ECLAIRS PANAMA CREAMS, HONEY DEW JUMBLES We have in stock alao, us SPECIALTIES IMPORTED ANCHOVIES, ANCUOV1E PASTE, CAVIAR BLUE LABEL SWEET PICKLED FRUITS, IN GLASS II S EVAPORATED FRENCH PRUNES, IN GLASS DEL MONTE PREPARED TO SERVE PRUNES, IN TINS SW FRUIT SALAD, NEUMAN'S PRESERVES AND JELLIES snyder's Chili and cocktail sauce BRAND'S "AV SAUCE, HEINZ BEEFSTEAK SAUCE McILHENNY AND G EBHARD'S TOBASCO SAUCE HAZARDS BURNT ONION SAUCE, KELLY'S MANGO CHUTNEY, NOC) CELERY SEASON ING BELL'S POULTRY SEASONING, KITCHEN BOQUET EDDY'S SALAD MUSTARD, DEL MONTE OLIVE RELISH DURKEE'S AND L1BBY 'S SALAD DRESSING CROSS & BLACKWELL'S PICKLES LIBBY'S CHOW CHOW, MUSTARD, PICKLES HEINZ PICKLES, CHOW CHOW, MUSTARD, INDIA RELISH HORSE RADISH, TOMATO CHUTNEY, SELECT ONIONS APPLE BUTTER, PEANUT BUTTER, OLIVE OIL- SPENCER'S ALMOND PASTE "II I POLITE" MARSH MALLOW CREME LIBBY'S "TEA GARDEN" and "NONE SUCH" MINCE MEAT UNDERWOOD S CLAM CHOWDER, DEVILED HAM DEVILED TONGUE BLUniLL CHEESE, MAC LAKES CHEESE, SWISS CHEESE LIMBERGER CHEESE, EDAM CHEESE APPUU, "DIAMOND A" CIDER, MARTIN ELLIS CIDER MOTT'S SPARKLING SWEET CIDER, OLYMPIA CIDER MACOMBER'S CHAMPAGNE CIDER CLIQUOT CLUB GINGER ALE, ROOT BEER BIRCH BEER, SARSAPAR1LLA "WHITE ROCK" GINGER ALE WHITE ROCK" WATER CHURCH'S GRAPE JUICE, "ISCO" GRAPE JUICE "ROYAL PURPLE" GRAPE JUICE, SERAOS GRAPE JUICE . "UVA" GRAPE JUICE, WELCH'S GRAPE JUICE "PHEZ" LOGANBERRY JUICE, VIRGINIA DARE WIE "BEVO" "PABLO" WIELAND'S CEREAL BEVERAGE LYON'S GRENADINE SYRUP Oar Grocery Lines are Complete LIHUE STORE Teachers Association Amends Constitution TO PROVIDE THREE DISTRICTS EACH PROVIDING MONTHLY MEETINGS AND WEEKLY OUTINGS .Li ,As the result of Dr. Curtis' crusade on behalf of organized play in the schools and the communities a special meeting of Kauai Teachers' Associa tlon whs held In the Lilme community hall on Tucrday afternoon last week Practically all the teachers were pres ent. The object of the meeting was to consider Dr. Curtis' suggestions re garding ;:v organization of the teach ers for play :ind recreation. Alter a series of chort'scs, l.-d by Mrs. Sheldon. Dr. Curtis spoke on the life and work of the teacher, citing Btatjstits t':at show' the prccariou-ne.is of the teachers' profession, due chiefly to the great nervous strain and con finement that attend classroom nctiv Itles. As a means of preserving health and equanimity the teachers must get out Into th open more to play games or to explore the wonders of the great out-of-doors. The speaker further said that the teachers here have the finest Opportunities in the world for gettin Into close contact and communion with :e. and that this relationship is .the best tonic known to medical science. The following resolution was Intro duced and unanimously adopted: Be It Resolved that the Kauai Teach ers' Association, in addition to holding its regular annual meeting, form itself into three district associations, viz: 1. The district between and including Mana and Kleele. 2. The district between and including Kalaheo and Wailua. 3. The district between and including Kapaa and Haena. Each district shall hold rnonthlv meetings. lie It Further Resolved that the clause on officers of the Association be 'amended to read, "Officers shall con sist of a President and two Vice-Presi dents, each of whom shall come from a different district from that of either of the other two, and each of whom shall be president of the district from which he tomes." Each of the district associations shall elect a Vice-President, a Secre tary, and a Treasurer. The President of the district association shall appoint a program and recreation committee, each to consist of three members. The program committee shall pro vide the monthly program. It is sug gested that the meetings often bo held at the shore or in the mountains, and that they have as features picnic lunch es, swims, the playing of games, etc. The recreation committee of each district shall provide weekly programs of walks or excursions, similar to those of the mountain clubs of certain cities. It shall seek to provide places .where teachers may go for week ends as far as possible and to provide places where teachers may pkiy tennis, volley ball, or swim. It shall also consider the feasibility of certain week-end or short vacation camping and tramp ing trips and provide for them as far as possible. ;Each district shall be free to make its own constitution and to amend it by a two-thirds vote, after due notice in writing shall have been given the meeting which is held before the meet ing at which the amendment is consid ered. The association then formed itself into three groups, to elect district of ficers and to transact business pecul iar to the district. The following officers were el. cted and committeemen were appointed: MANA-ELEKLE DISTRICT President Miss C. A. Thompson Vice-President Mrs. P. II. Cooley Secretary Miss Janet Hastie Treasurer Mrs. Lucy Wright Program Committee: Willard Hubert, Miss Mabel Lewelling, Mrs. ('has. I). Rea. Recreation Committee: P. H. Cooley, Miss Laura M. Carol. K. A. Creevey. March outing, a trip to Ilunapepe Kails. .... KALAIIEO-WAILCA DISTRICT .... President ....Win. McCIuskey, Ex officio Vice Preside Mrs. M. P. Graham Secretary Mrs. Rowen Treasurer Miss Margery .McKee Program Committee: Miss Florence Payne, Mrs. T. F. Hustaee, Mrs.W. H. liridgewater. Recreation Committee: Miss Myra Myhanr, .Mrs. liowen, Soon N. Aim. March outing. Picnic at Hucna and visit to the caves. I KAPAA HAENA DISTRICT . President Geo. S. Raymond I Secretary Mrs. Carlotta Lai' Treasurer Mrs. K. A. Cook Program Committee: Mrs. Josephine Chamberlaine, Mrs. II. Sheldon. Miss A. M. Mladnlch. Recreation Committee:' Miss Nellie Baldwin, Miss M. Pachcco. Miss E. Ching. March Outing, Picnic by the sea at Molowaa. The teachers adjourned to the park for Instruction in athletics given by Aijiss bmith, while Dr. Curtis talked with the principals about getting the school yards into shape for games. The following are soma of his sug gestions: The grounds should be made 1 evel. as far as possii ie. Rocks should be removed. Sheep might be used to keep the grass down and to bring in an income. Every playground should have: 1. A running track, perfectly level. 100 yards long and 12 feet wide. 2. A jumping pit, filled with rice hulls or some other soft material. 3. Three horizontal bars of Hi inch pipe, six feet long. These should be just high enough to allow the feet to clear the ground. 4. A volley ball court, marked out with lime or with a pick line or by a 2x4 scantling set on edge, level with the ground, and painted white. The standard court is 35x60, but fori children it hould be made 30x40. The net should be eight feet for men. but not more than seven feet for child ren. Players should be required to play the regular game, keeping a score, playing with both hands, and jumping when returning the ball. A basket ball court, marked out as recommended for the volley ball court. The for court children should be .".."ixTO with baskets not more than S'i feet high. A School Excursion- Seeing Kauai First A remarkable journey in the inter est of I sland geography and general sightseeing was made last week by four teac'.u rs and 108 pupils from the Kauaa school when all went to Wal nieu and way points. Remarkable bo cause of the fact that so many of the children made the journey on motor trucks; which is claimed to be the longest trip lor r.ucli a large group of Island school children of ten years of age. Remarkable, also, because of the fact that many of the children had never boon so far from homo be fore. Incidentally remarkable at this time of the II. C. L. because it cost each traveller fifty cents. Such rates on the I. I. steamers would take one to Honolulu for half a dollar. Following are real accounts of the journey by some of the tourists: On Friday, Feb. (i, 1920, we took a trip far from Kapaa school. All the fourth grade went. First we passed the Wailua Bridge. It is the prettiest bridge on Kauai. The bridge has 6 largo round arches on each side. The river is joined to gether with the sea. We passed Hanamaulu. We saw the big sugar mill at Hanamaulu. The mill is very big. Then we went to Lihue. We passed the Tip Ton. We passed the Lihue store. We reached Lihue school. Mr. Simpson was glad to see us. A big boy blew his horn and all the children came out for flag salute. The Lihue school is red. They have no kitchen at Lihue. We passed the Kalaheo pineapple cannery. It was very nice to see the pineapple skins come out in piles. Tlie road has pretty lilies at the sides. We saw a pretty Christmas tree on the roadside near Kalaheo. On the road to Kalaheo the roadside has many pretty yellow flowers. We could see Niihau from Waimea. We saw the Hanapepo Valley. It is very long. Tho cane gets its water through a certain pipe that runs to a flume. We went to Kleele school. Mr. lirodie was glad to see us. Mr. lirodie took us to Hauapepe Canyon and showed us the Canyon. We had our lunches there. We had a fine lunch. I ate rice, sandwiches, peas, and meat. The lunch cost us five cents. They gave us water to drink. At Kalaheo we saw the sheep. We were so anxious to jump down and catch a little lamb. Nawiliwili Bay is very large and long. We came up ngain and passed the County Building and Bank. On our way home it rained a little. The mountains were mist. The truck took us Si:.r- Tlun we int iThe next morning I tired. ADELAIDE To tho TREASURER OF THE TER RITORY OF HAWAII. Honolulu, T. 11. Sir THIS IS TO CERTIFY, That on the 27th day of January, 1920, B. Tama shiro. a member of the firm of Kapaa Purchasing Guild, a Co Partnership maintaining and carrying on a mer chandise business at Kapaa, in the dis trict of Kawalhau, County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, withdrew from the said Kapaa Purchasing Guild and in compliance with law the following statement is herewith filed. That on tho 27th day of January, 1!20. all right and interest of said B. Tamashiro in the said Co-partnership firm of Kapaa Purchasing Guild was lawfully disposed of to Taketa Mlya. sato. WITNESS MY HAND this 27th day of January, 1920. B. TAMASHIRO. . THIS IS TO CERTIFY, That on the 27th day of January, 1920, the under signed Taketa Miyasato, residing at Kapaa, Kawaihau, County of Kauai, lawfully assumed all rights and' Inter ests of said B. Tamashiro, Individually assuming all rights and interests thereto belonging. THIS IS TO FURTHER CERTIFY of tho continuance of the said Co partnership of Kapaa Purchasing Guild by mutual consent. WITNESS MY HAND, this 27th day of January, 1920. TAKETA MIYASATO. Territory of Hawaii " I ss County, of Kauai I On the 27th day of January, 1920, before me personally appeared ' B. Tamashiro and Taketa Miyasato, to me known to be the persons described in and who executed the foregoing In strument, and acknowledged that they executed the same as their free act and deed. M. S. HENRIQUES, Notary Public, 5th Judicial Circuit, Territory of Hawaii. BY-AUTHORITY NOTICE TO TAXPAYERS OF 1920 TAX RATE covered with to tho Kealia home ou r. was sick and The Real and Personal property In the Fourth Taxation Division will be taxed at the rate of .02,224, $2,224 per hundred, $22.24 per thousand dol lars valuation, for the purposes set forth in Section 1236 of Act 222, Ses sion Laws of 1917; and Act 136 S. L. 1919, to wit: For current expenses of County For Permanent Improvements For Schools For Interest and Sinking Fund on Bonds allowed to County For Assessing and Collecting Taxes For Samuel Mahelona Memorial Hospital. J. K. FARLEY, Assessor Fourth Taxation Division, Koloa. Kauai. January 30th, 1920. Feb. 3, 10, 17. 24. The Hawaiian Islands are located in the Pacific Ocean and are Import (.Coutinued on Page 6) Notice ct Sale cf Lease of Railroad Right of Way At 10 o'clock, A. M. Thursdav, March 4th, 1920, at tho front door of tho Capitol Building, Honolulu, T. H.. there will be sold at public auc. tlon under Section 380 of the RevUed Laws of Hawaii of 1915, a general lease of the following described land: Railroad Right of Way through the Kapaa and Wailua, lJt Series, Home steads, District of Kawaihau, Island of Kauai, said Right of Way being ap proximately 19.7 miles long, and con taining an area of approximately 17 acies, as shown on plan in the Office of the Commissioner of Public Lands. The purchaser will be required to continuously ope-ate and maintain tho present railroad on this right of way and immediately after the sale of this lease to begin construction of exten sions of the present railroad lines over those portions of the right of way not now occupied by a railroad. Term of lease, 10 years from March 4th, 1920. I'pset rental, $1. per annum, payable annually in advance. Tho purchaser shall pay the costs of advertising and other charges In connection with the preparation of this lease. For further particulars apply at the office of the Sub Agent, Mr; G. W. Sahr, or r.t the office of the Commis sioner of Public Lands, Capitol Build ing, Honolulu, T. H. C. T. BAILEY, Commissioner of Public Lands. Dated at Honolulu, January 2'Jtu. 1920. Feb. 3, 10, 24; Mar. 2.