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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 3, 1915,
il PARTY ARRIVES
! TO STUDY SUGAR
LO VISIT US
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Sim!i'HR Punitory, one-pi e;
porcelain lined like a clemi Cliinu
Di.-h. It in the last word in Re
All sines, rIho ether finishes carried
Price $!.oo t $.')0.(K ami over.
Write for particularx.
53-05 King St. Honolulu
To men who know, that word
HtimdH for footwear supremacy
Hinartust Htyle, longest wear, high
We sell Regals because we
want to give every customer
" $3.50, $4 00
REGAL SHOE STORE
"There are various
steps that lead to for
tune, but if you expect
to acquire a compe
tence through your own
efforts, there is only one
starting point the reg
ular saving of a portion
of your income."
I A party of government officials
1: headed by James M. Sheridan,
i viiiei oi me neia service, will ar-
rive in the China. S turday, to
conduct nti investigation into the
public lands, finances and agricul
tural resources of this Territory,
witli particular refer nee to the
production of sugar.
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mis investigation lias been ap
proved bv the President iti accor
dance with the request made by
the last legislature through the
adoption o r Senate Concurrent
Resolution No. 3. on April. 26.
Senator Baldwin's Pi oposition.
This resolution, which was in
troduced by Senator Baldwin of
Maui is "that the Governor of the
Territ ory of Hawaii is hereby re
quested t o invite the honorable
pecretarv of the interior, under
whose department this Territory is
controlled, to take steps to verify,
through the department of com
merce or the federal trade commis
sion or such other means as he
may elect, the statements made in
the attached certified copies o f
communications of the Territorial
department of agriculture and for
estry jointly with the College of
Hawaii, the Territorial land com
missioner, and the Territorial treas
The documents referred to are
those presented to the legislature
by the Governor in message No.
20. on April 22.
Governor Makes Request.
Governor Pinkham stated vester
day that he made the official re
quest, as commanded by the legis
lature, in person through Hon. A,
A. Jones, assistant secretary of the
inteiior last May, Mr. Jones hav
ing been a member of the congres
sional party which visited Hawaii,
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J J J
DICK OLIVER, Manager
everything in the
Silver and Gold Line,
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise of the
Best Quality Only.
P. O. Box 342 Honolulu
The following self -explanatory
letter has leen received ! the I
Kauai Chamber of Commerce: :
. . . i
Roval Rosnrians, one of tin.
liveliest publicity and booster or
ganizations of the Northwest, are
planning to visit the Hawaiian Islands-in
February, 1916, in their
own clustered steamsl p.
"Excursins of ih:s character
were planned at various times in
the past six or seven years mid all
fell through, becmse of failure to
secure a steamship appropriate for
such a trip. After the exposition
closes in December. 1915, it is be
lieved that steam.-diins of the type
of the Great Northern and the
Northern Pacific will be available.
It is up to the Hawaiian Islands,
however, t o enthuse the Royal
Rosarians as miu.h as possible in
the proposed Hawaiian trip, and a
soecial committee, of which Rilev
Allen, editor of the Honolulu Star
Bulletin is chairman, has been ap
pointed by the Promotion Commit
tee to start a wave of enthusiasm
rolling from the Hawaiian Islands
right into Portland, Oregon.
To this end invitations are
planned with which to bombard
the Royal Rosarians and induce
them to come over here. Invita
tions wilt be secured for this mir-
pose from the Governor of Hawaii,
the mayor of Honolulu, the Ha
waii Promotion Committee, the
Honolulu Ad Club, the Pan Paci
fic Club, the Honolulu Chamber
of Commerce, the Chamber of
Commerce of Maui, the Hilo Board
of Trade and Chamber of Com
merce of Kauai.
"May we ask you, on behalf ot
Kauai, to prepare an invitation to
the Royal Rosarians of Portland,
Oregon, and send the same to the
be sent at one time,
"Very truly ours,
"Rilky H. Allen,
"Chairman Rosarian Committee.
"A. P. Taylor.
"Acting Secretary Promotion
The statement in reeard to aeri
cultural conditions was signed by ' ""designed? The invitations will
Albert Watei house and Arthur L.
Dean. The one regarding public
lands was signed by J. D. Tucker,
Walter E. Wall and C. S. Judd
that relating to bonded indebted
ness by C. J. McCarthy.
The direction which this inves
tigation will take will not be an
nounced until the arrival of these
Cost Of Sugar Production.
Advices received yesterday from
the Coast indicate that the investi
gation will be directed chiefly to
wards a determination of the cost
of sugar production in Hawaii and
the results obtained will vitally af
fect congressional legislation for
the adequate protection of the in
dustry from unjust competition.
Advertiser, July 28.
loyal Tailored Suits
ARE MADE T i MEASURE AND
GUARANTEED TO FIT
Jusi received SCO new samples to selsct
from; they run from $ 1 6.00 to $33.00 a suit.
We shall he glad to 3I10W you the line
and can refer 3'ou to hundred satisfied,
Royal Tailored, customers on this island
Every &uit ?s cuarar.teed t fit and if you are
not X'-eascJ with it in every respect, wj tskyou
net to accept iV, not to pay one cent.
Lei us take your measure.
K. C. Hopper, business manager
of The Garden Island, wife and
son left Saturday afternoon for
Honolulu atid will spend about ten
days in the city and at Hakiwa.
Aubrey Robinson, who has been
spending sometime at his estate on
Niihau, will return to Makaweli
at the end of this week.
A man who understands yard
work and care of auto. Also woman
for housework and ooking.who
speaks English; references. Address
Judge L. A. Dickey went over
to Niihau with last week's special
i steamer and spent a day very in
terestingly there. Mrs. Deverill
and others of ilanalei also made
War Maps Free!
J With paid subscriptions to
The Garden Island
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der the same care and prompt
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CO E ENC
A general conference of the Filipino Congregational Church will
be held at Koloa on August 15 from 9 A. M. to 4 P. M. The follow
ing program for it has been arranged:
Song No. 10 Bv all
Invocation by Rev, Jose Alba
Address of Welcome .- Mr. Markos Ronkilio
Song No. 141 Bv all
Predication 2 Kor. 3-17 Mr. Catalino Cortezan
Song Norf 137... ... nv a
Predication Luk. 15:4-7 , Mr. Juan Cabang
" - Mr. Maximo Castillo
Predication Mat. 11:23 Mr. Eulogio Rihon
Duet Song Mr. Juan Mediavilia Frco Tubilliha
Predication Rom. 10:17 Mr. Ploro Balora
- Norverto Kahmhinan
No- 133 Bv-all
Pt education Mark 4:31... Mr. Felix Velasco
1 Mr. Juan Regala
Song No. 119 Bv all
Predication la Juan 4:14 Mr. Juan Mec'.iavillia
Song Duet ,. Felix Belasco, Floro Balora
Predication Mat. 25:33-40 Frco Tubiliha
Song No. 63 jy all
Predication Mat, 25:14-23 Tecdorico Bentola
Song No. 93 ry au
Counsel to all Fillipinos ..Rev. J. M. Lydgate
Parade Sunday Schools, Reading of the Report
Song No 14 uy au
Benediction Rev. J. M. Lydgate
Everybody cordially invited.
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