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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, MARCH 23, 1915
WILLETT a GRAY
Concluding an opinion regard
ing the weakness in sugar a few
weeks ago, Willett & Gray, in
their last report, have the follow
ing to say:
"While a partial cause of the de
cline appears to have been the pro
bability of the release of sugars
from Russia sooner or later, the
sudden change and partial recovery
was due to the purchase in Cuba
of some 200,000 bags of centrifu
gals at prices of 3.35c per lb., and
2.50c per lb. free on board Cuba
in April, the buying being suppos
ed to be ultimately for shipments
to either France or Great Britain
and in addition to former purchases
for these accounts. And growing
out of this buying reports were
circulated that the embargo imports
into Great Britain were about to be
"Frivate cables, however, from
London pronounced such reports
as unfounded. Other causes there
fore must be assumed as the most
likely reason, founded to some ex
tent at least on positive informa
tion. "As regards the effect of the
opening of the Dardanelles, if ac
complished, with the release of
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and further all pensions at the
time of retirement, except in cases
where the pensions at that rate
would exceed four hundred dol
lars per annum.
If the amount of monev con
tained in this fund shall become at
any time inadequate to fullv carrv
out the provisions hereinbefore
mentioned, the Trustees of said
fund shall then pay pro rata to the
persons entitled to participate in
said fund will warrant, and such
payment shall be in full of all pen
sions then due under the provi
sions of this Act.
Section 8. No person shall be
come a pensioner under this Act
who has not contributed to the
fund hereby created an amount
equal to twenty per cent, of his
cr her salary per annum at the
time of retirement; but any such
persoD, otherwise qualified who
has been or who shall have been
in the service of the Department
of Publio Instruction prior to July
1, 1916, may become a pensioner
under this Act by making a cash
payment to the said fund at the
time of retirement of such an
amount as his or her previous con
tributions may have fallen short of
the required twenty per cent, of
his or her salary per annum
at the time of letirement, provid
ed, however, that such person be
come within one year from July 1,
1915, an applicant for pension
as specified in Section 4. Any
duly qualified person on entering
the service subsequent to July 1,
1916, may become an applicant
for pension but such person must
become an applicant within one
year of entrance or time of service
as effecting this Act will not be
counted until such person be
comes actual applicant.
Section 9. If at any time any
inspector, principal, teacher o r
special teacher shall be discharged
from the service before such per
son would under this Act be en
titled to a pension, then such per
son shall be paid back all the
money he or she may have contri
buted to this fund.
Section 10. No pension shall
be paid from the fund created by
this Act before July 1st, 1916; but
any person legally entitled to be
come a pensioner under this Act
may retire or be retired from the
service before that time and shrill
not be deemed to have forfeited
his or her right to become a pen
sioner under the provisions of this
Section 11. This Act shall take
effect from and after the 1st day
of July. 1915.
The following passengers arriv
ed by the Kinau Wednesday morn
ing from Honolulu: T. O'Brien,
M. A. Nicoll, Mr. and Mr. A. S.
Wilcox and maid. K. Dyson, Mrs.
Dyson, G. K. Lnrrison, W. V.
Hardy, A Andrews, Mrs. An
drews, A. Horner, Jr. A. Horner,
Sr., T.B.Walker. C.'H. Dyre,
. E. Lovd, E. Lovtll. R. A.
Knudseu, J. K. Farley. Mrs. W.
Ebrling, Lieut. C. K. Lyman,
and wife, S. Isunaka, C. II. Wing,
K. Fugimoto, C. S. Sing. Miss H.
Kawamoto and 51 deck.
The following passengers arrived
hv the W. O. Hull Fridnv: IT. IT.
Reichert, G. C. Bartels. W. T.
Spaulding, Judge Ashford ,V . O.
Smith, Hee Fat, L. A. Quonsan,
R. II. Briitan. Miss Strrivne, L.
P. Scott, W. H. Rice, Jr., Rev. F.
Scuddcr. Rev. S. Gulick. II.
Blake, K. Lovell, S. Sayegusa,
Hasegawa, C. Blake and 21 deck
Russian sugar to Great Britain and
France, that is more far reaching
and must be kept in mind.
"By the latest Russian statistisc
available to us it appears that the
Russian estimates briefly 'stated
are: slock, September 1. 114, 275,
000 tons; production. 1914-15,
1,800,000 tons rti'1.iimum, 2,039,
362 tons maxh.iuni, giving total
supplies of ,,075,000 to 2,314.362
tons against in 1913-14, 2.025,000
"There are available for export
elsewhere (Great Britain-France),
230,000 tons minimum to 419,362
tons maximum, against actual
1913 14 of 11,000 tons."
NAME OF OFFICE AND CANDIDATE
No. Votes Cast
For Waimea: Akina, Joseph A.
Hayselden, David Kanaia
For Koloa: McBryde, W. D.
For Lihue: Wishard. H. D.
For Kawaihau: Meheula, S. W.
For Hanalci: Mcnefoglio, A.
Rice, Wm, Henry
I, Joseph (Iokepa)
Kaneakua, 1. Mahiai
Kaulukou, A. G.
Kaeo, S. K.
I hereby certify that the foregoing is a true and correct statement of the result of the Primary
Election held on the 13th day of March, A. I). 1915, in the County of Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, as to
candidates for the various offices as shown by the copies of the Result of Votes Cast at the said Election
and received by me from the several Hoards of Inspectors of Electon of the Sixth Representative District,
of the s-aid Territory of Hawaii, Ldn- the County of Kauai, and now on file in my office
IN TESTIMONY WHEREOF, I have hereunto set my hand and affixed the seal of the
County of Kauai hereto at Lihue, this 17th day of March, A. I). 1915.
(Seal) J, MAHIAI KANEAKUA,
Couuty Clerk, County of Kauai.
15 THEATER TRUST
TH S WAY?
I& Lihue to have a branch of the
theater trust? Joe Cohen, head of
the enterprise, says so; but it is
just possible that he has reckoned
without several things. The follow
ing article in the Advertiser refers
to the matter:
A deal concluded yesterday,
whereby the Consolidated Amuse
ment Company will absorb the Ha
waii Theater tomorrow'1 and add
that playhouse to its string of show
places, following right on the heels
of the purchase by the Consolidat
ed company of the theatrical in
terests of Sam blair, the Consoli
dated company has secured now a
pratical monopoly on the show
business in the Islands.
Under the new order of thea
trical things, the Consolidated
Amusement Company will operate
the Bijw'V, Libel lv, Empire and
Hawaii theater?. The Paramount
pictures, purchased from Blair,
will be shown a t the Popular
theater for an indefinite period.
Henry Bredhoff will continue as
manager. C. A. Pedric will be
house manager of the Liberty and
Mae McKay Scharlin will remain
as manager of the Hawaii. The
Bijou and Empire will be managed
from the head office of the Consoli
Aside from the theaters on Oahu ,
the Consolidated company- now
The schooner Forest Home,
Captain W. H. Dowling, arrived at
Port Allen last Tuesday from Iqui-
qui with a cargo of nitrates for
Hawaiian Sugar Company and Mc
Bryde Sugar Company. Her des
tination after leaving here is not
yet known. Captain Dowling, who
is an Irishman, made a dash for
war news soon after landing, he
having been at sea several weeks
and not having heard of any of the
more recent developments.
controls the Valley Isle Theater at
Wailuku, the Lyceum Theater at
Kahului, the Pioneer Theater at
Lahaina and the Empire and Mo
eau Theaters at Hilo, and will fur
nish attractions for the Fourth
Cavalry, Cavalary and Artillery,
First Infantry, Twenty-fifth In
fantry, Fort Kamehameha and Fort
Shafter playhouses. Plans are about
completed also for the erection of
a new theater at Lihue on Kauai
This theatrical trust will be, and
Joe Cohen stands for this state
ment, one of those beneficial
trusts," which is going to cut prices
and give more for the monev
Cohen explains this on the reason
ing that the competition of the past
cost so much money for things
outside or the theaters that it ran
up the cost ot production so that
there was not much left to spend
inside the theaters, and that as
consequence patrons of the shows
had to come through with extra to
keep things breaking even. Now
under one consolidation the pub
lic will get the benefit of the say
March 13, 1915.
, . J.ABADIE,
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Sanitary Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
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Laundry Returned by
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777 King Street
The "best money in the
bank" is what you de
posit there regularly
either weekly or month
ly. This constantly grow
ing sum, plus the interest
it earns, will constitute
a "bulwark of defense"
against most any finan
In The Circuit Court o k The
Fifth Circuit, Territory
At Chambers In Probate.
In the Matter of the Estate of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukina, de
ceased. Order to show cause why license
for sale of real estate should not
The Hawaiian Trust Company,
Limited, Administrator with the
Will Annexed of the Estate of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukini, (.w) de
ceased, having filed its petition
herein, duly verified, praying for
an order of sale of the real estate
of said decedent for the purposes
therein set forth.
It is hereby ordered by the Judge
of this court that the next kin of
Kamaliiwahine Kahukini, de
ceased, and all persons interested
in the estate of said decendent ap
pear before the said Circuit Court
cf the Fifth Judicial Circuit on
Friday the 26th day of March,
1915, at 10 o'clock a. h. of said
day at the court room of said Cir
cuit Court of the Fifth Judicial Cir
cuit, at Lihue, in the County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii, to
show cause why a license should
not be granted to the said Hawaii
an Trust Company Limited to sell
so much of the real estate of the
said deceased as shall be necessary,
and that a copy of this order be
published at least once a week for
three successive times in The Gar
den Island, a newspaper printed
and published in the County of
Kauai, Territory of Hawaii.
(Sgd.) Lvls A. Dickey,
Judge of the Circuit Court of the
(Sgd.) D. Wm. Dean,
Clerk of the Circuit Court ot the
Without "oiliness" any
lubricant would be worth-
less. You ran feel the
oiliness of Zerolene by
pouring a little on a piece
of glass and rubbing it
around with your finger.
Oiliness is in reality the
molecules of the oil rolling
over each other miniature
ball bearings as it were.
Thus when you use a good
oil like Zerolene the wearing
surfaces of your engine roll
over these "ball bearings'
instead of rubbing together.
he Standard Oil
Shndari Oil Company
Honolulu T. H.
The Honolulu Construction &
Draying Co. Ltd., Owners of Ha
waiian Express Co. and Nieper's
Express, assure all Kauai passen
gers arriving at or departing from
Honolulu of prompt baggage de
livery and courteous treatment.
Our drivers are experienced, relia
ble men. Advt.
Wholesale and Retail Groceries
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
When you wear
you are in style
and comfortable l
Besides Regals, we sell shoes
made by Nettle ton, Utz &
Dunn, Wichert & Gardiner,
and (Children's Shoes) L. B.
These can be fitted by
Chart, and sent to you
Parcel Post prepaid.
REGAL SHOE STORE
Pantheon liuilding Honolulu.
The O'Cedar Mop Makes
House Cleaning Easier
This wonderful invention has done
uway with the har.1, back-breaking
work of old. With it you muk
ilu-iliriff, cleaning ami polishing of
floor, restoring old furniture, etc.
a delight. Simply pass the O'Cedar
Mop over the lloors, moulding or
furniture and every particle of dirt
ih taken up, the wood w given a
hard, durable and lasting polish.
Mop 4 Sizes 75c. 1.00. l.'.r. I sn
i.-h ) Sizes 25c, 50c, 1.00. 1.50,
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Dr. Hope, the oculist, has de
cided "to extend his stay on Kauai
and will spend the remainder of
the week here. Appointments with
him may be made by ringing up
Dr. Thomas J. West, Makaweli, or
County Clerk J. M. Kaneakua.
cither at Lihue or Kapaa.