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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 8 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1916. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY FEBRUARY 8 Aeroplane Mail Routes The ambitious city of Hilo, which is hoping for an aerial mail iervice between the island of Hawaii and Honolulu, may take courage rom the fact that the oostoflice department is seriously consider ng adopting the aerial scheme of mail delivery in manv parts of the States. It is interesting also to note that no less a personage than Dr., Alexander Graham Bell has come forward as a most enthusiastic idvocate of the plan. He declares that satisfactory aerial delivery is ;ntirelv feasible, and points out that in event of war such routes might ;rove of the greatest importance. Sin e the war began immense strides have been made iit aeronau tics, while under the stress of necessity the aeroplane has been greatly improved. It is a much more efficient machine than it was eighteen months ago, one of its most important improvements ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 8 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 8, 1$16 THE CONVENTION OF THE TEAGHERS Following is a remnant of the account of the late Teacher Con vention, held in Lihue, room for which could not be found in last issue: Commissioner Wilder explained the scout oath, law and ideals with many delightful characterizations of the bovs and comments on boy life. He spoke in part as follows: ' "Scouting is education pratic ally applied, teaching the bovs self reliance. leadership and fine citi zcnship. There is not a country in the world where bov scouts are not found and had the organiza tion existed forty years ago, we would be better able to cope with and prevent the great world war. The boys learn the valuable lesson 'Be Prepared' and that is what thev are at all times. "Kvery scout must do a good turn daily and when there are 350, 000 American boy scouts alone the good turns multiply daily. The scouts are kind, obedient, thriftly. cheerful, brave and rev erent. Scouting, though non-sectarian, is...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 8 February 1916

THE GARDEN. ISLAND, TEUSDAY FEBRUARY. 8; 1916 TUGS ONE MAY SEE AT' CARNIVAL Probably the two numbers in the program of the Mid-Pacific Carnival this year that would In terest the greatest number ot visi tors from the Islands are the two fireworks displays and the automo bile races. The Carnival has bought the steam fireworks apparatus in use during the life of the Fair by the Panama-Pacific International Ex position at San Francisco. Steam nreworks? Yes, the thing is nam ed for what it looks like, not what it really is. Jets of steam, supplied bv hidden boilers, gush in fantas tic shapes from whirling frames of iron pipe and writhing lengths of rubbet hose, while dazzling beams of colored radiance from a battery of searchlights play on the fleecy clouds. The result is indescribably beautiful and is something wholly new to the Islands. In conjunction with this demon stration of the steam fireworks ap paratus will be given a repetition of Kdison Night at the Fair, uni versally pronoun...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 8 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8, 1916, LIHUE ELECTRIC BILL 15 UP AGAIN Special Washington correspondence of THE GARDEN ISLAND. ) Washington, D. C. January 20 Delenate Kalanianole has re-introduced a bill to authorize and pro vide for the manufacture, main tenance, distribution and supply of electric light and power within the Lihue district and the Koloa dis-j trict. County of Kauai, territory of i Hawaii. The bill authorizes Hans t Isenbirr:, of Lihue. to manu facture, sell, furnish and supply electric light in the Li hue district and the Koloa district for lighting the streets, roads, public or private buildings, or for motive power all for a term of fifty years. The as sociation shall have the right to charge not exceeding the sum of two dollars per. month to each consumer of electricity and not excetding one dollar per month for ench one-horse power appara tus. The association will be re quested to pay the territory of Hawaii one-half of one per cent of its gross receipts ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 8 February 1916

w THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 8. 1916 THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year, - 2.50 Six Months, - 1.50 Three Months, 1-00 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contract;?. 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager The LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 1) Santa Barbarians "See 'Em" Santa Barbara Ranchers outside of this citv reported seeing a mysterious aircraft over this city Sundav. Japanese Problem Again Fresno The school problem is tin once nioro on the coast. Fresno is seeking a legal opinion on a plan to charge Japanese a fee for school privileges. Monday Afternoon Washington Hints at Washington today are that the Lusitania controversy between Germany and the United States is on the verge of settlement. Details are...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 February 1916

SUGAK Hawa. 4.70. I! ets, no tfulo Mkt. Sternly. The Uunt:'ti Inland H presents All Kaunl. FSTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 7. L1HUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY -j OF THE OF The motithlv business meeting of the Board of Supervisors ot the County of Kauai was held o n Wednesday, February 2, 1916, at 10 o'clock A. M, at the office sf the Board. Present: H. D. Wishard, chair man; T. Brandt, W. P. McBryde, Joe Rodrigues, A. Menefoglio. For the accomodation o f the Elcele school and authorities, who were present, the, communication P 1278 received from C. B. Morse, principal, requesting the building of a principal's cottage, etc., was taken up for considera tion. After hearing H. H. Brodie, E. A. Creevey, and Mr. Morse himself, and upon motion of Mr. McBryde, seconded by Mr. Mene LAW PLAYS A HEARTLESS PRANK Law has played a sad trick on a youthful couple (Portuguese) at Koloa. The youn-rman, formetly of llanama...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 February 1916

2 THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1916. SUPERVISORS MEET (Continued from page 1.) roved them to be paid out of the ollowing appropriations, viz: Salary Cty Rd Supervisor $225.00 Pav of Police! Special 135.00 Waimea 240.00 Koloa 140.00 Lihue 150.00 Kawaihau 135.00 Hanalei 135.00 935.00 Coroner's Inquest 174.00 Cty Bldg: Janitor Service 50.60 County Jail . 447.95 Cty Lot & Bldg 204.65 District Courts, etc.: Waimea 50.15 Koloa 10.00 Hanalei 5.00 65.15 Expenses of Witnesses 30.00 Hospitals: Eleele 50.00 Koloa 50.00 Lihue Incidentals: Attorney Auditor Clerk Sheritf Supervisors Treasurer 125.00 225.00 18.60 139.50 33.05 135.12 .25 30.50 Cty Rd Supervisor 155.00 512.02 SCHOOLS: Furniture & Fixtures 91.31 Janitor Servict & Supplies 35.40 New Schl Bldgs 674.49 Rep. Main. Schl. Bldgs & Grounds 344,36 1,145.56 291.35 Support of Prisoners Water Works: Waimea 35.00 Kalaheo 4.50 Omao ;9.00 Koloa 33.43 81.93 ROADV'ORK: Cty Rd Machinery 114.50 Waimea: Oiling Rds R. T. S. D....

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 February 1916

V THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 15. 1916 START ON Y. M. G. A. GEN. JOHNSON MAY GET FINE SALARY ORGANIZATION At a meeting o f those most directly interested held at Eleele on Monday evening, Feb. 7th, de finite measures were taken to orjia nize this work on this Island. Constitution and bv laws were adopted suited t o local condi tions and a general committee was elected consisting of eleven mem bers selected to represent the dif ferent sections of the Island where the work will be conducted. From this general committee a special executive committee was appoint ed which will have more immedi ate charge of the work. This com mittee consists of T. Brandt. J. M. Lvdgate and K. Roendahl. An offer was extended to Mr. Delegate Kalanianaole has intio duced in Congress a bill which, if passed, will give the commanding officer of the National Guard of Hawaii Brigadier Samuel I . John son a salary of $8,500 a year. The bill is as foliows: Be it enacted by the Senate and House of Represen...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 February 1916

4 THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1916. ill ro oil 5ali Pa Coi Ct Coi Ctj Dis E: H It THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Ever; Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Timmons Editor TUESDAY FEBRUARY 15 Again Saved From The Bow-Wows In the ordinary course of events, next Saturday will witness at Washington a step which will ensure the industrial safety and pros perity of the Islands for the next quarter of a century provided, of course, that war, or other catastrophe, do not befall us. We refer to the legislation which will repeal that part of the Underwood-Simmons tariff act providing for free sugar May 1 next, The Republican party is committed to the policy of duty on sugar and will undoubtedly continue so. The Democratic party has given its policy of tree sugar a fair and square trial, has proved for itself that that policy was and is a mistake and is reversing itself. The conclusion is plain; the effect is manifest. Not in many years will the most ardent advocate of free sugar have the ner...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1916, LUCAS BROS MAY BUILD THEATER Lucas Brothers, the Honolulu contractors, will likely get the contract for erecting the fine, new theater building; in Lihue, plans for which were drawn by Ripley & Davis, architects, sometime ago. It will he a surprise to many that the Spaldini Construction Com pany failed in the matter, for they had done insist nf the figuriiiR on the building and it was generally thought, that they would "land" it. But the bids were opened at Ho nolulu last Thursday, and when the figures, were examined they showed the following: Honolulu Planing Mill Co. (Lu cas Brothers), $33, 889.00; Spald ing Construction Company, $35, 290.00; Lord-Young Company, $37,800.00 These figures are for the build ing alone, the extras to be added. The matter will now be taken up with the bidders at Honolulu and it is quite probable that work on the building will start shortly thereafter. The theater to be constructed will be one of the fine...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND, TEUSDAY FEBRUARY 15, 1916 ol 5a Pt c Ct c Cl D 7 I SI E ON SAFE FARMIN6IITS FRIENDS, BUI- The U. S. Department of Agri culture has circulated a paper through the South, much of which woukl be profitable practice for the small farmer in Hawaii. It is called "Safe Farming" and the safety measures recommended are as follows: First. Produce a home garden, the vear round, paying special at tention to a plot of Irish or sweet potatoes sufficient to supply the family with food of this character. Second. Produce the corn ne cessary to support all of the people on the farm and the live stock, with absolute safety. Third. Produce the necessary oats and other small grain to sup plement the corn as food. Fourth. Produ e hay and for age from some forage crop, suffici ent to supply all of the live stock on the farm. Use legumes such as clover, cowpeas, velvet beans, soy beans, and alfalfa for the pro duction of hay and to enrich the soil with mitogen and humus. Fifth, Produce t...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 February 1916

Ik THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY. FEBRUARY 1$, 1916, THE LATEST NEWS PICTURES " ? r;;y . . " to jyg i -1- Hyl ii ... ii ...- . . - GENERAL GOUTHALS AND THK COMMISSION APPOINTED BY PRESIDENT WILSON STUDYING CAUSES OK PANAMA CANAL SLIDES. The jjreat slides which have blocked the Panama .Canal have become a matter of such concern to the United States that President Wilson appointed Commission to study the causes of the slides. Th photo which was made December 20th shows General Goethals (arrow) and the Slide Commission appointed by President Wilson viewing the slides and watching the firsr boats go through the Canal. These ships are the first to make their wav through the great sluiceway since September. FRENCH CYCLISTS IN BLINDING SNOW-STORM AT SALONIKI. if-1 0 0 -5 5-5 rt&iA t I SERBIAN BAREFOOTED WOMEN AND CHILDREN WITH THEIR CARAVAN ARRIVING AT A VILLAGE. A pitiful scene similar to thousand of others in wretched Serbia. As the Teuton and Bulgar armies advanced, terror spread among ...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 15 February 1916

6 THE GARDEN ISLAN, 1UESDAY, FEBRUARY 15, 1916 5 CI 'tl w tl C( s: at ti P f c c THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year, $2.50 Six Months, 1.50 Three Months 1.00 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from page 1) Honolulu Commerce body will employ McClellan, who will ap pear before CoiiRressional Committee for Hawaii. Salary of 700.00 will be paid to the attorney. Governor Pinkham announces C. R. Forbes may not return to Capital. He affirms further that indigent funds are wisely expended. Both Pinkham and General Johnson have been contributing priv ately to funds. Meanwhile Arthur Wilder contends all Filipinos have been illegally enlisted in the National...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 22 February 1916

Mi l,iu Wilcox. - .4:,". -J i- ... . SUUAH Haws, 4. SI). B'Jl'tH, no c.ilo Mkt. Weaker. The Uhr.leii Island All Kuupt. J- g ESTABLISHED 1904. YOL. 12. NO. 8. LIHUE, KAUAI, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATE5, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY 4 CHAMBER COHEHC Tffl Banquet Session Results in Largest Turnout in Chamber's History-Host Dick Oliver Scores Big Business Disposed of, New Members Elected and a Fine Program of. Special Stunts. The banquet-session of the Kauai Chamber of Commerce, held at the Waimea Hotel Thursday evening, broke all records in the matter of attendance and was a distinct, suc cess from first to last. The dining hall was elaborately decorated un der the supervision of Host Richard N. Oliver. So large was the crowd, however, that all o f the rooms around the office had to be called into service and were fitted up with tables for guests. Music was supplied by an orches tra of Hawaiian musicians, and a piano, the latter manipulated by A...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 22 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1516. THE GARDEN ISLAND Issued Every Tuesday Morning Luther Dermont Tirnmons Editor TUESDAY FEBRUARY 22 repairing. Washington's Birthday This is the birth anniversary of George Washington, the Father of his Country. Some men have attained greatness perforce of Opportunity. Others (and these have left the more permanent impression upon the world) have treated opportunities and made use of them afterward The re markable tiling about Washington was that he belonged to both of these classes of heroes. He had Opportunity, and grasped it; he then created opportunities hitherto unthought of, and developed them. The greatest thing about Washington, however, was his charac ter. -In hini was developed to the highest degree those qualities which go to make up what we know as manhood. In this particular he prob ably did not have his peer in the world of his day and has since stood out as a star in the history of that period. For more than a century the a...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 22 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1916 3 THE WATER INTERESTS OF E At the meeting of the Chamber of Com merce last Thursday even iiift, J. M. Lvdgate read the fol lowing interesting and instructive paper on the above subject, illus trating it with a sketch of the locality in question: Even the most superficial obser ve must be impressed by the fact that Kauai has at once plenty of water, and yet a great dearth of it. On the south and west side of the Island particularly there are considerable areas of fertile land absolutely deprived of water, and other still larger areas insufficient ly supplied, while a few miles away the great streams of the windward exposure run to waste. The practical difficulties, how ever, of bringing these conditions together are so gteat, and the out lay involved so prohibitive, that we may dismiss the problem from present consideration with the suggesiion, however, that it may not be by any means as unfeasible as it looks. In the mean time, however, t...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 22 February 1916

4 THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY FEBRUARY 22, 1916 The Water Interests (Continued from page 3.) water into the Olokele, for use on he Makaweli area. In times of freshet this Waialae chain of reservoirs could be filled with no detriment to the Waimea area, since otherwise the water would run to sea and be lost. Then on the subsidence of the freshet, whenever it was judged that a normal condition had been reach ed, a daily equivalent tantamount to the normal flow of the stream could be released from the reser voirs to Waimea, while that exact amount could be deverted through the cross country ditch to Maka weli. Manifestly this would be doing Waimea no injustice since stored mountain water, is iust as good as normal-stream mountain water. And Makaweli would be ahead bv the amount of the normal flow, reinforcing her ditch in a dry time. As a matter of fact Makaweli might do much better. She has one excellent reservoir site of some 250 million, gallans, tributary to her wvn system, in the L...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 22 February 1916

THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1916, WILLETT 8 GRAY ON SUGAR MARKET Willett & Gray, the New York sugar authorities, have the follow ing to sav in their last letter re specting sugar: Sales of raw sugar at New York during the week ending February 3, amounted to obout 465.000 hags for February and March delivery. O.i that date stocks in the United States and Cuba together wire 299.557 tons, against 230.076 tons last week and 281,401 tons h st year, an incrtHse of 18,156 tens from last year. Buyers were more persistent than sellers. Receipts at shipping ports in Cuba are rapidlv increasing, but the difficulty of transportation at reasonable or even high rates of freight keeps the sugar in Cuba, where it is not wanted and pre vents its rapid transfer to the United States, where it is wanted. Values in the United States are likely to remain steady and firm until some supplies accumulate in the United States. San Domingos and other full duty paying sugars have been quite acti...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 22 February 1916

6 THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 22, 1916 wa he 1 cht wi arc wc on wi no cd to CO vc at tfc w d" st g' n THE GARDEN ISLAND PUBLISHING CO., LTD. Up-To-Date Printers, Bookbinders and Publishers of THE GARDEN ISLAND A Weekly Newspaper Issued Tuesdays. Entered at the Postoffice at Lihue, Hawaii, as Second-class Matter. Subscription Rates: Per Year, $2.50 Six Months, 1.50 Three Months, 1.00 Subscriptions Payable in Advance. Space Advertising Rates on Annual Contracts, 75 cents per Inch per Month. K. C. HOPPER, Business Manager LATEST WIRELESS NEWS (Continued from pagel) Conference On War Paris A British delegation consisting of twenty-five publicities headed by Lord Bryce, has arrived here to hold a conference with deputies andjseiiaVors regarding the future conduct of the war. t0ne& Monday Afternoon Honolulu Indications now are that the Gteat Northern will come permanently on the Islands run. Colonel Ston is here to look over .a str tne situation. He says that the volcano is o...

Publication Title: Garden Island, The
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Garden Island. — 29 February 1916

SUUAU Haws, -J .1)2. Beet?, no wile Mkt. Stronp. Tim: Utmlcii Island) I'cprwonts All lCuuni. ESTABLISHED 1904. VOL. 12. NO. 9. LIHUE, KAUAI.S TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 29, 1916 SUBSCRIPTION RATES, $2.50 PER YEAR 5 CENTS PER COPY C4 .niilfa;fi fffiFlf? i inn L ORDERS STAR FOURTH INFANTRY GOING Headquarters Fourth Infantry, National Guard of Hawaii. Lihue. February 26, 1916. Genera'1. Orders No. 1. 1, In pursuance of the provisions of Special Orders No. 15, Ad jutant-General's Otfice, Territory of Hawaii, Honolulu, Oahu, of date February 19, 1916, the undersigned hereby assumes command of the Fourth Regiment of Infantry, National Guard of Hawaii. E. H. W. Broauhunt, Colonel, Commanding Fourth Regiment Infantry, National Guard of Hawaii, The following orders, approved by the Governor, reached Kauai Friday morning: February 24, 1916, GENERAL ORDERS No. 5. 1. The following changes in the organization of the National Guard of Hawaii are announced for the information of all co...

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