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THE GARDEN ISLAND, TUESDAY, MARCH 2, 1915
C. W. SPITZ, Prop.
NAWILIWILI. KAUAI TELEPHONE 104
Automobiles to all Parts of Kauai,
all hours, Day and Nigfit
Autos and light machinery repaired.
Plumbing and gas fittings. Agents for Fisk
and Goodrich Tires and Tubes, Chalmers,
Ford, Studebaker, Velie, Federal and
Agents for the Inter Island Steam Navigation
Co., Ltd.; at Nawiliwili, Kauai
$3.00 will buy a
pair Youths', Boys'
or Men's Black or
Every pair guaran
teed. Low in price.
High in quality.
Excelsior Boy Scouts
of Ordinary Shoes
You will bo simply amazed at tha
length of time these boys' shoes will
wear. Yet they are soft and fit like a
glove. Material is genuine Elk leather,
tanned by our secret process. Soles are
specially fastened, can't pull off, and will
outwear two pairs of ordinary shoes. No
linings. Greatest boys' shoes ever made.
Y j Mclnerny Shoe Store H oFnolul u j
Haas's Delicious Candy
VtwSli i.c 4L. Honolulu frfJ
BENSON, SMITH &CO., LTD.
I'.DX VJi). Honolulu
Assortcil 'lioi'oliili's ami 1'hiii lion.-' (i"ic per f i 1 1 1 1 ; SI. -'"
two H)iiinl. .Milk Chocolates rir sinull box; 51. ml
large liox. Nil I'liuw for MHta'i'.
High Class Watch and Jewelry Repairing
All Work Guaranteed For One Year.
J. M. S1LVA
Waimea. Kauai. 1. O. Box 50. '
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
Fort and Merchant Sts
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
see deposit boxes
HAVE SENATE 0. K.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone Xo. 1).
The Senate last Thursday went
into executive session to consider
the appointments to public office.
It was announced afterward that
the entire public lands board, the
fair commissioners, boards of regis
tration and inspectors of election
went over to March 18. The fol
lowing appointments made by
Governor Pinkham were approved-Attorney-General
Ingr am M.
Treasurer Charles J . McCarthy .
Superintendent of public works
Charles R. Forbes.
Superintendent of public instruc
tion Henry W. Kinney.
High sheriff William P.Jarrett.
Members board of health C. .
Campbell. W. C. 11 bdy. D. Ka
lauokaiani Sr., George R. Carter.
Ciyil service commissioner of the
board of health W. Wolters.
Board of medical examiners
R. W. Den.
Iioard of pharmacy A. . Gig
iioiix, S S. Feck. F. F. lied
matin. Board of dental examiners A.
J. Derby, M. 10. Grossman, C. B.
Board of veterinary examiners
V. A. Norgaard, W. T. Monsarrat
II B. Flliot.
Public utilities commission A.
Board of public archives M. M.
Trustees. Library of Hawaii
Henry B. Rest irick, Elizabeth C.
McCaudless, F. E. Blake.
Regents of the College of Ha
waii W. R. Farringtou, F. L.
Waldron. Jennie R. Xshtord.
Prison inspectors Oahu, J. M.
Dowsett; P. a s t Hawaii, C. E.
Commissioner of immigration,
labor and statistics M. M. John
son Harbor Commissioner E. E.
Commissioners o f agriculture
and forestry W. M. Giffard. Al
bert Waterhouse (president.)
Fence commissioner Puna; C.
Liquor license commissioners
Honolulu: F. I). Lowrcy, J. O.
Carter, L. M. Vellesen; Hawaii:
T. C. White.
Commissioner of public instruc
tion I,. G. Blaekmnn.
Commissioners to promote uni
formity of legislation - C. II. Ol
son, A. A. Wilder.
The following appointments by
former Govenwor Frear were also
President, board of Health J.
S. B. PratU
Boards o f prison inspection
Oahu, K. II. Wodehouse. J. W.
Waldron; Maui: W. Henning, J.
N. K. Keola; West Hawaii: I.. II.
Aungst. H. II. Renton, M. A.
Malakaua; Kauai: A. S. Wilcox.
J. M. Lydgate.
Harbors Commissioners T. M.
Church, C. J. McCarthy.
Liquor license commissioners
Maui: L, Weinzheimer, C. I).
Lindsay; Hawaii: R. T. Guard;
Kauai: B. D. Baldwin, J. R. Myers.
Commissioners of public itistruc-1
tion Marv A, Richards, D. C.I
Lindsav, Emma R. Bond, W. II. j
Smith, T. Brandt.
Member board of health A. R.
Ci v i 1 service commissioners,
Board of Health G. P. Denison,
F. F. Iledemanu.
Board of medical cxamuiers J .
Insanity commissioner George
Commissioner of public archives
A. G. M. Robertson.
Trustee. Library of Hawaii J.
: R. Gait,
j Loan f u n d commissioners--Oahu:
Lester Petrie; Hawaii: P.
W. P. Bluett. Frank R. Green well.
I Fence commissioners M a k a-
THE TEACHERS INSURANCE
(Continued frdm page 1.)
The Territorial Treasurer shall
be ex-oflicio Treasurer of the Re
tirement Fund and shall be the
custodian thereof and disburse the
funds in accordance with instruc
tions and orders of the Public
School Teachers Retirement Al
lowance Fund Board.
The Board shall have power to
adopt rules and regulations for the
carrving out of the purposes of
this act not in conflict therewith.
The deductions from Salaries to
be l'r tor the first 10 years of
Service, 2lr until the teacher has
25 vears of experience. Contri
butions to the fiMid to be obliga
tory for all teachers entering the
service after ulv 1st. 1915.
Teachers are eligible to retire
ment after 25 vears of service, 15
of which, including the last five,
must have been in the Territory.
The Territory to appropriate a
sum equal to IS? a year for each
child enrolled in the Public Schools
at the tinn? of the opening term in
September of each year.
The retirement ullowance per
year equals 1-50 of the teacher's
average salary for the last five
years multiplied b v the whole
number of years of service as a
Teachers withdrawing at any
time are entitl.ed to receive a re
fund of one half the total contri
bution bv them.
Should any teacher die before!
receiving any of the benefits by
this act provided, the Board shall
pay to such teacher's heirs or es
tate, one half of the amount with
out interest, which shall have been
paid into such fund bv said
Term Teacher, Defined
In construing this act, the word
"Teacher" shall include all mem
bers of the teaching staff employ
ed by the Department of Public
Instruction, including Superinten
dents, Supervisors and Assistants
to the Superintendent. Principals
The management of the Teach
ers' Retirement Allowance System
is vested in the Department of
Public Instruction and for the
purpose of exercising their duties
and powers under this act. shall
constitute the ' Public School
Teachers' Retirement Allowance
The Superintendent of the De
partment o f Public Irstruction
and the Secretary thereof shall be
the President and Secretary res
pectively of said Public School
Teachers' Retirement Allowance
Fund Board. As to the Board's
t . . . .1 -.. i e
dimes unu iKiwcis sec nc &j.
etc., School Laws of Lalitornui,
1913, with the suggestion that the
investment of the money Lie with
approval of treasurer.
No person shall lie entitled to
benefit by this act who has not
contributed to the fund hereby
created an amount equal to 20'
of his or her salary per annum at
the time of retirement.
Cuwrirf liatt SihalTncf & kills
Silva's Toggery, Honolulu,
KAUAI CORRESPONDENCE INVITED
Office: Hawaiian Hotel
P. O. Box 524 HONOLULU
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Territory or Hawaii.
Passengers In And Out
The following passengers ar
rived by the Kinau from Honolulu
Wednesday morning: G. T. Greig
Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Grote, J. H.
j Morange, Tom Mee, A' Q. Mar-
'cellino. J.M. Souza, A. A.Chong,
I A. C. Nielson, Ah Ko. Mrs. Izumi.
I Miss Silva, II. P. Fave. Miss A.
Deverill. Mr. S. B. Deverill, W.
C, Furer, E. Ioane, I. Ioane, Y.
Osato, J. Medeiros. M. P. Teves,
Joe Robello, J. K. Kahaule, Miss
Kahaule and 48 deck.
The following were 'passengers
by the W G. Hall last Tuesday
W. T. Frost. II. Firria. W.
Rote, Miss A. Pualles, Geo. Webb,
w - I r. t- ! A I
j. eraser, --v. .Mciscnzie, i. a
Castle. M. Hitnei, M. Prvor, Miss
Van Tassel, Be r t Chapman. C.
Thompson, M. Barrett and 24
The following arrived by the W.
G. Hall on Friday: Dr. Derby,
W. II Zimmerman. A Menetoglio,
H. T. Havseldeu, Dr. Hope, Mrs.
Hope, Chang Kee, S. E Hanne
st i 1, Judge Dickey, J. R. Myers,
i P. A. Gornnn, Mrs. Nuuhiwa,
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