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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, DEC. 28, 1920,
Y. M. C. A. NOTES
The Lihuc basket ball league will
commence operations Friday night,
Jan. 7. Both series and single tick
ets will be sold for these games, the
proceeds going to the Lihue club.
A new portable phor.ograi-h Is the
latest, addition to the Y equipment,
making three such machines being
used by the county organization . A
fine lot of stationery has also arrived
from the coast to be used In the night
schools and clubs. It will be sold at
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The money appropriation for free
scholarships for ex-service men allot
ted to Kauai by the national war
council has been awarded by the local
committee to the following young
men: Collegiate scholarships, Dai
Kwang Chong, Soon N. Ahn and M.
Watada; General scholarships (Cor
respondence courses) Clifford J. Dow,
Federal Course In Applied Cartoon
ing; Charles Leon Lane, Alex. Hamil
ton Institute Modern Business Course
Albert S. Bush, United Y. M. C. A.
Schools Complete Farm Engineering;
George S. Raymond, Public Speaking;
Frank S. Pugh, Concrete Engineering;
Furuya Kino, Automobile Mechanics;
Charles D. Rae, Complete Electrical
Engineering; K. Miyake, Accountancy
NT. Miyake, Electrical Engineering;
Y. Nagihisa, Business Law; T. Hama
nioto, Soils and Fertilizers: Frank
Cox, Business Law; K. Watase,
Accountancy; Wlllian Wright, Acc
ountancy; Chas. T. Hattrick, Book
keeping and Business Law; S. M.
Carter, Use of the Slide Rule.
The cash value of these scholar-
ships approximates $2000. As these
young men are all well known on
Kauai, and with the exception of those
attending college, are engaged In pro
ductive local occupations, the cumul
ative value of the above awards are
hardly to be computed. The mem
bers of the local committee which
considered the applications and grant
ed these awards were: Th. Brandt,
Wm. McCluskey, Philip Rice; H. D.
Sloggett and J. O. Warner.
The "Puuhonua" may perhaps bo
called the least among the minor pro
phets In Hawaiian Journalism, but a
prophet none the less. The name
denotes "a place of safety, a refuge."
The cities of refuge In ancient Hawaii
The little monthly of 6 or 8 pagy,
has come into being in the Interest of
Rehabilitation, and to advocate those
interests among the Hawaiians . Re
habilitation Is the place of safety,
the one final hope of the Hawaiians.
It seems to be edited with no little
skill and persuasiveness, as well as
Furthermore it is sound and orig
inal along other lines. Apparently
its custom is to hold up monthly for
commendation some prominent Haw
aiian as an example and guide to the
Hawaiian people. For November its
model of the virtues is Kumalae, whom
it commends as long the "King of the
Ukulele" and now the "Prince of the
Pol." Ho is prominent 'and success
ful in many lines and best of all he is
not afraid of work. Why, one day
this Prince was seen on Liliha street,
in old dirty clothes and no shoes,
sweating like a horse cranking a Ford,
not ashamed of so menial an act as
Work that is the secret of Kuma
lae's success, and when the rest of us
Hawaiians get in and work the way
he does then we too will be rich.
All of which is mighty sound doct
rine, and particularly apropos to the
After school closed we had very
nice weather for some days, and we
thought how nice it is: it will be
fine for Christmas, but now it is
We have been having big surf, and
breaking on the reef these days. The
Japanese fishing boats didn't go out
also because it is moonlight, so there
is no fish.
We had a moving picture show here
a week ago Saturday night, and every
We wish our many friends a
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Great Reduction Sale
From Dec. 1, to End of Year
20 Per Cent
Reduced prices on
Dry Goods, General Merchandise,
Hardware, Shoes, Jewelry
Buy the famous
Imperial Candies for Christmas
It was in the old church. Some of
it was haole, and some was Japanese.
In the Japanese part a man stood up
and explained about it all the time. In
the middle the gasoline for the light
was all pau, end we had to wait a
long time till they got more. Then
it went on again. We are glad when
the moving picture comes.
We have a new Hawaiian minister
now. His name is D. Kaaiamaku. He
came from Maul I think. He is a
very good minister and we all go to
A week ago on Sunday most every
body of the Hawaiian Sunday School
went to Koolau, Anahola, to the big
holke there. It was nearly all day
till they got back.
The Chinese at Mau Sing Wal's
will not raise any more Taro. They
say rice is better, it makes more
money. The Hawaiians will be pill
kia when there Is no more Taro.