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DRIVERS OF AUTOS
A bill introduced in the Senate
by the Committee of the Whole,
giving the supervisors of the vari
ous counties the authority a n d
power to exact bonds from drivers
of public vehicles has created con
siderable of a stir at Honolulu,
and, if it becomes law, may afTect
a hundred or more chalTeurs of this
island. The law proposed reads
"Section 1. The Boards of Sup
ervisors of the several counties and
the city and county of Honolulu
are hereby authorized and empow
ered to require persons applying
for license to operate self propelled
vehicles'' for hire in the transporta
tion of passengers or freight in
their respective counties to first
furnish a bond or bonds in a sum
not exceeding Three Thousand
Dollars ($3,000.00) for each such
vehicle to be so operated, to in
demnify any person injured in per
son or property by the operation
or maintenance of such self propel
led vehicle, if such injury shall re
sult from negligence or malice on
the part of the owner or operator
of such vehicle.
The following comes from Hon
Professor Cyril O. Smith, prin
cipal of the Kapaa school, will
again be director of the Summer
school in Honolulu. This was an
nounced yesterday by Superinten
dent of Public Instruction Kinney.
The summer term will begin July
6 and continue for four weeks.
The members of the faculty have
not been decided upon a s yet.
Neither have all the studies been
Fred E. Clowes, in charge of
the government experiment station
at Glen wood, Hawaii, will again
be in charge of the agricultural
course at the summer school. He
was in charge of this work last
year and many o f the teachers
took advantage of the opportunity
to study the science of planting
and bringing to maturity the things
which the earth produces. This
has aided them materially in many
instances in teaching gardening to
H. M. VVestgate, in charge of
the government experiment station
here, together with the expert
members of his staff, will aid Mr
Clowes in this work.
Immediately after the close of
the summer term and during the
week of August 2, examinations
will be held for teachers' certifi
cates. These examinations will be
open to teachers who do not pos
sess the certificates now required
by the department of public in
Kinau Dodges Blow
The Kinau had a ver rough
time of it making Kauai last Tues
day night. There was a strong
head wind and exceedingly higl
seas. Her pilikia was accentuated
by the presence on deck of twelve
head of mules, in order to save
which from accident Captain Greg
ory veared his ship westward to
ward Port Allen, and came up un
der the lee of the island. The Ki
nau did not reach Nawiliwili until
7 a. m,. four to five hours late.
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The Wull of Partition liarely
The Turn loil Tarki nton
J. M. LllMlATK.
Dr. Hope, the occulist, returned
last Wednesday morning to Kauai.
PAUL iSENBERG .
A HAT, BUT-
Because Representative I s e n-
berg of Waialae knew Kupihea
letter than Representative Lvman
did, Isenberg is now the happy
possessor of a new hat. The hat,
lowever, does not fit him. There
iv hangs a story.
Lyman told Isenberg on Satur
day that Kupihea would resign
from the house on Monday. Now,
Lvman did not know Kupihea at
all, but Isenberg thought he did.
Both argued according to the best
light they had on the subject.
'Bet you a hat Kupihea does
not resign on Monday." said Isen
berg to Lvman. This looked easy
to the latter. Had he not been to
Kupihea and urged him to resign?
He had; and he was sure the fifth
district member wrs going to be
man enough to do so, in view of
the'findings of the judiciary com
mittee against him. So Lvman bet
Monday came and Monday went,
but Kupihea did not resign and in
cidentally, by a travesty of justice,
the house failed by five votes to
Lvman lost the bet and he made
good yesterday. He sent a neat
package across to Isenberg. The
latter unwrapped it. It contained a
hat. But what a hat! It measured
just three inches across. The hat
was tried on by the Waialae mem
ber yesterday in full view of the
assembled house and the laugh
was on the member from Waialae.
' ' We bet a hat and a hat I gave
my colleague," said Lvman.
"That's right." retorted Isen
berg. We did not bargain what
kind of a hat was to be given. Next
time I bet a hat I'm going to have
plans and specifications drawn up,
approved and signed before the
bargain is closed. Advertiser."
START OF LARGER
The idea of a larger Promotion
Committee, in which all the is
lands should be represented, ori
ginated in the islands away from
Honolulu and through long and
persistent hammering developed
into a recognizable movement.
Following was the resolution re
ported by the directors to the Ho
nolulu Chamber of Commerce on
the subject, after the matter had
assumed definite shape.
"Resolved, tha board of direc
tors of the Chamber of Commerce
of Honolulu hereby recommends
to the Chamber that it adopt the
following amendmedt to the by
laws of the chamber, yiz.:
"Amend section 1 of article 1 by
adding thereto the following words:
' The president shall, within like
period, invite the Chamber o f
Commerce of Kauai, the Chamber
of Commerce of Maui and the
Board of Trade of Hilo, Hawaii.
to each appoint a representative to
sit with and be a member of the
Hawaii Promotion Committee, to
serve for one year, or until their
respective successors are appoint
ed, with equal power and author
ity with the other members of said
"Upon the appointment of such
representatives, as aforesaid, they
shall be entitled to equal power
and authority with other members
of said committee. "
The following further amend
tnent to the chamber bylaws was
suggested in the report:
"Amend article 1 by adding to
section 2 .thereof the following
"The committee shall in each
year hold one or more meetings of
the committee in each of the is
lands of Hawaii, Maui and Kfuai
to consider, in addition to" general
business, special features incident
to the touristy business on such
Governor Pinkham has signed
the following homestead agree
ments for Kauai lands:
No. 1197. Manuel R. Aguiar.
Jr., for lot No. 168. Kapaa, Kauai
No. 1168, Johnny S. Raposo, for
lot No. 170, Kapaa, Kauai,
All persons giving Public Shows
shall first obtain a License before
showing and notify the Deputy
Sheriff of the District so that a
police officer may be in attendance.
All persons giv'ng a Public Show
without first obtaining a License
will be prosecuted according t law.
Wm. Henry Rice,
Sheriff, County of Kauai, T. H.
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
Deposits are received subject
to check. Certificates of da
posit issued payable on de
mand. Loans made on ap
Drafts Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
i - Savings Department
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4 per cent on ordi
nary and 4 per cent on Term
Deposits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits will be received up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe DErosrr Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
(ke Garoltne or QualUy
The Gasoline that
gets you there and
back again every
time. Dealers every
where. Standard Oil
Honolulu, T. It.
High Class Watch and Jewelry Repairing
All Work Guaranteed For One Year.
Waimea. Kauai. P. O. Box 50.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co., Ltd.
buys and sells
REAL ESTATE and
STOCKS and BONDS
and rents SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Fort and Merchant Sts.
Wholesale Liquor Dealer
Telephone No. 102.
The Board of Supervisors of the
Kauai. At Lihue. TCfltmi.
Ulil v -1 ' - I
will receive sealed tenders unf.
.I.I..1. . m nf fav t 101 ;
for furnishing all Materials, Labor,
Tools and Machinery "and macada
mizing three miles of road extend
ing from the foot of the grade at
Kalihiwai, three miles towards
Lihue, passing through Kilauea,
About 6,000 cubic yaidsof crush
ed rock will be required. The
contract is to be paid for by the
cubic yard for all crushed rock ap
plied in approved manner. m
A certified check amounting to
Sco of the amount of bid must ac
company each bid. Bond as re
quired by law.
Specifications will be furnished
by the undersigned on receipt of
$5.00 which will be, returned on
return of specifications.
J. H. Moraone.
The Honolulu Construction fit"
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 trealmLflt.
Our drivers are experienced, relia
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