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THKOARDKN ISLAND, TUESDAY MARCH 9, 1915,
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DICK OLIVER, Manager
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GETS A SET BACK
At a meeting held in Honolulu
on the first of March, the Commis
sioners of F.ducation decided that
thev would not ask the Legislature
to pass the proposed retirement
fund measure for teachers, on ac
count of the claim that the propo
sition was not well understood on
Maui and Hawaii. The Advertiser
gave the following account of the
Pensions for school teachers,
control of the boys' and girls' in
dustrial schools, usage il schools
for public purposes an J leave of
absence for teachers were among
the important subjects discussed
yesterday by the board of commis
sioners of the department of public
instruction at a called meeting in
the judiciary building; in addition
a vast mass of routine was dispos
Superintendant II. W. Kinney
presided, others present being In
spector of Schools George S Ray
mond; and the following commis
sioners: Oahu Mrs. Theodore Richards
and L, G. Blackmail.
Hawaii William II. Smith and
Mrs. D. B. Bond.
Maui D. C. Lindsay.
Commissioner Thorvald Brandt
of Kauni was unable to be present.
Miss Daisy Smith was secretary of
the meeting. '
Some Teachers Uninformed.
Discussion of the proposition to
present a bill to the present legis
lature providing for pensions for
teachers after stated periods of ser
vice brought out the fact that the
teachers of Hawaii and Maui were
not widely informed on the sub
ject and asked for furthef informa
tion. Oahu and Kauai teachers
are heartily in favor of the idea.
Superintendent Kinney and the
commissioners also favored the
proposed bill but acceded to the
wishes of the Hawaii and Maui
teachers that they be further en
lightened regarding the project.
Accordingly, the superintendent
was instructed to compile further
information for distribution among
teachers with the view of prepar
ing the bill for presentation before
the next legislature.
Passengers In And Out
The following passengers arrived
by the Kinau last Wednesday
Master Greig, Mrs. Greig, Mr.
and Mrs. C. II. Wilcox, Miss M.
K. Bosher. Miss S. Carter, Mrs.
F. Carter, L. K. Foon, II. W. Wa,
A. R. Robertson, II. Glass, Mrs.
Souza, Master Souza, L. Y. Tim,
Kodani, Mrs. Kamauoha, Mrs.
I'urdy. Miss I'nrdy, Miss Kamano
ha, J. Mura, S. Silva. II. W. Ako,
J. Palnieora, K. C, Chun, Sato,
II. Muri, G. N. Wilcox, F. Gay,
J. S. Hastie, H. Johnson, Mrs. H.
Wishard, Miss B. Wishard, Mr.
and Mrs. H Isenberg, Mrs. Bro
die, Mrs. C. B. Hofgaard. Mrs. S.
W. Cunningham. G. P. Wilcox, II.
C. Waldron, Mrs. Yoshiiuoto, Mrs.
N. Yon Seggern and three child
ren, W. Kruse, J. Johnson. W. II.
Ilindle, Judge Kapahee, J. Costa,
J. M. Cruz, Rev. S. L. Yee, Rev.
W. S. Yoon.
The following passengers arrived
by the W. G. Hall Friday morn
ing: A. S. Wilcox, Mrs. Wilcox,
J. M. Chase, C. S. Weight. Rev.
K. S. Choo, Jas. F. Dorros, A.
Horner, C. A. French, J. O. Lut-
jted. C. R. ForUs, Dickens, R. W.
j Shingle. G. S. Kwart. Rev. C. S.
Kim, J. Z, Jeremiah, A. Horner,
lJr.,J.J. Dias, Ant. Souza and 12
lie1- k .
Dr. H. K. Hops, eye-sight spe
cialist and manufacturing optician,
, will be at Waimea next Thursday
' and Friday, and will be in Lihue
( later on. Kncageinentu may Le made
1 with him by ringing up 208 L.
JACK LONDON S
COM G TO U
The following interesting item
comes from the Honolulu Star
Bulletin: Jack London, author, playwright
and navigator, today at rived in the
Matsonia to sicinl some time on
the island of Kauai, which he savs
is the onlv spot not visited by him
eight years ago when on bis fa
mous cruise in the slo p tiaik.
"I am down here for a rest, re
creation and woik,'' he said, I
brought Mrs. London along also,
a fountain pen and a tvpewritcr. 1
presume that the usual literal v
output will continue during my
slav in the islands. I have always
wanted to visit Kauai. I regretted
not going there when I was last
here in the Smirk."
London was greeted when he
left the liner bv Mrs. K. S. Good
hue, of Koua, Hawaii, at whose
home the Londons will visit before
returning to the coast. Secretary
A. P. Taylor of h e Promotion
Committee placed the services of
that department at the disposal of
"I am now writing dog novels,"
said London, who fairly radiated
good cheer as he becaint the center
of a group of friends made on his
former visit. "I expect to stay in
the islands for about a month."
London will remain on the Mat
sonia on its trip to Hilo, leaving
the vessel for an overland auto trip
to the home of Dr. and Mrs. Good
hue at Kona. Kis stay on Hawaii
will be brief. It is his present in
tention to return to Honolulu in
the Matsonia early next week. He
then plans an extended motor tour
of Kauai. The writer expressed
much surprise when told by Secre
tary Taylor that tlie finest roads
in the territory are to le found on
the island of Kauai.
Following is the bill of Repre
sentative John Fass th, introduced
in the House of Representatives,
for the construction of the embank
ment of the river at Waimea:
Skction 1. There shall be and
is hereby appropriated the sum of
Fifteen Thousand Dollars(?15,000.
00) from the public treasury of the
Territory of Hawaii for the pur
pose of repairing and constructing
the stone embankment of the Wai
mea river, Island of Kauai.
Section 2, The above appro
priation shall be expended under
the supervision of the Superinten
dent of Public Works.
Skction 3. The Superintendent
of Public Works is hereby ordeted
to proceed forthwith with the re
pairing of said embankment.
HERE'S HAWAII'S CHANCE
Under the above bending the
Maui News comments, editorially,
Uncle Sam's labor free bureau is
again busy and the local postoffices
have just received supplies of ap
plication blanks for those who need
farm laborers. It doesn't even re
(tiire postage to get the applica
tions back to the bureau's head
quarters i n Washington. Other
applications are on hand for labor
ers who want Uncle Samuel to find
jobs for them.
The questions which employers
must answer are regarding the
kind of work, anil character of
labor needed, nationalities accept
able, wages paid, whether green
or experienced help i s needed,
whether families or single men are
wanted, hours of labor, number of
hands can be used, etc., etc.
The government offers to buy
tickets (provided employer fur
nishes transportation money) and
start the workers on their journey,
and to mail baggage checks to em-
RIVER T I I
We have found it a
factthat most of the
people who once wear
($5 & $6)
invariably re-order the Scire
kind. That's proof of quality.
Manufacturers' Shoe Store
Up-to-date Livery, Draying 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 TIIFIR DKSTINATION IN TIIK Kl HOURS
W. WEBER Manager.
Telephone 4 W Waimea P. O. Bex 43
It you iitteiul any ot toe
big college famiM you v ill Hud
that the b.ill almo-t invariably
used is the REAC H OFFICIAL .
AMERICAN LEAGUE BALL
College men won'1
't have iinvthui(.
it's why they all use
but the BEST- that":
Colli'Re mm know tno linn luc Kenrh
American LtriiKiie lor ten years, ami is the
oall can lie nsca in any Leslie Rnme. l'rlce ev rywlirrc fl.'o.
The Beach Tra de-mark so all Sparling Goods Is a guarantee ol quality- It rncnnn satis-
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The double woven jacket construction makes a stronger
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"Magic" Hose is guaranteed to stand a pressure of 500
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You can buy lengths from 1 foot to 500 feet.
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Lumber and Building Materials
Kinau Takes Pines
The last Kinau took from Port
Allen a big shipment of 1600 cases
of pineapples, which are t o be
handled through Messrs. Theo. II.
Davies & Co,
ployer; but does not guarantee
Here is the opportunity for the
Sugar Planters' Association to test
the assertion that a large number
of American laborers would come
to the Islands if given a chance.
It is quite certain that the induce
ments heit, when all thingsare con
sidered, will not be found to com
pare unfavorably with most of the
agricultuial sections ot the mainland.
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Hal! Iia9 b-i-u Bi'.unirit ly the
Ofiici.il l.enj, ue u.'. to otliur
(except nn Bolls toi KaM unnrr (I.ihi .
G arden Hose
Sugar May Go Higher
Willett & Gray, the sugar au
thorities, are of the opinion Hint
sugar will go higher and that
strong figures will prevail for a
long time to come. Closing a re
cent letter they say;
As to the course of the market
prices from either of these results,
there is little doubt but that the
trend is upward for some time to
come, with such occasional reac
tions as the present.
The nuw way of carrying on the
war, which goes into practise to
day, is quite likely to have an im
portant influence, the consequences
of which may be vital to the Unit
ed States as well as to the coun
tries actually at war.