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THE GARDEN ISLAND TUESDAY, AUGUST 17, 1915,
Sentulcss Smiittiry, iii--itt e,
porcelain lim-il like a clean C'liina
Dish. It i tin- l:it word in l!c
friu'i'tntor 1'ci lection.
All size-", alfo otlmr fini-'hc.a curried
Prices $.1.1111 ( t-TiO.IKl and over.
Wrili- fur particular.
.i;Mi5 Kinff St. Honolulu
To men who know, that won I
hIhikIh for footwear supremacy
smartest style, longest wear, high
We sell Regals because we
want to give every .customer
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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."
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DICK OLIVER, Manager
everything in thk
Silver and Gold Link.
Rich Cut Glass and
Merchandise or the
Best Quality Only.
l O. Box 342 Honolulu
Insurance companies having
agencies anil attempting to do busi
ness in the Islands under the Work
men's Compensation Act were serv
ed last week with a general notice
from the Kauai Accident Board
thai none of '.heir so-called policies
were considered to be in legal form,
and were rejected.
Although dozens and scores of
applications for security under the
insurance provision of the law have
been filed with the Board, not
single otu has been approved; and
employ ers of labor seeking to quali
fy in that way are left in a rather
Most of i,he applications have
reached the Board with a sheet
attached designated as a "state
ment of particulars". It may be
explained that the law explicitly
requires that a copy of the policy
be filed with each application, and
some of the insurance people have
endeavored to persuade the Kauai
Accident Board that their so-called
"statement ot particulars" would Jo.
The Board rejected all such appli
cations, demanding the copy of
policy as prescribed in the law.
Some of the insurance compan
ies came back with a so-called
"specimen policy," which they
were prepared to certify was a
duplicate of the policy issued to
the insured. The Kauai Board con
sented to accept this specimen
policy, certified as indicated, tem
porarily, provided the provisions
thecin were in accordance with
the law and satisfactory.
Judge Hofgaards Court
In the "supreme" court of Wai
mea yesterday morning, five Japa
nese gamblers from Camp 7 were
assessed fines. They were arrest
ed in a ronnd-up made by the
police Saturday night. v"
Francisco Mariano, the man
mentioned elsewhere as having es
caped jail, has been sentenced by
Judge Hofgaard to six months ad
ditional in iail for his exploit.
Girl Breaks Arm
Lina Vasconsalves, a Portuguese
girl about nine years of age, fell
from a tree in Koloa Sunday and
broke her arm.
The Hawaii Promotion Commit
tee is much i iterested in the Civic
Convention, which will be held on
Kauai September 26 and 27, as the
following letter f-oin Acting Secre
tary Taylor to the Kauai Chamber
of Commerce shows:
The Hawaii Promotion Com
mittee is actively and enthusiastic
ally back of the Civic Convention
movement to be held this year on
Kauai, and a specific Committee
has been appointed bv Chairman
Bemclt. consisting of A. F. Wall
and Benjamin Hollinger to bring
before the Promotion Committee
the suggestins the Promotion
Committee will bring before the
Civic Convention. Chairman Berndt
has also appointed the undersigned
as the Promotion Committee repre
sentative on the general Committee
"Everything looks favorable and
I am glad to be a1le to say that all
the Honolulu organizations which
are to he represented at the Civic
Convention are taking a keen in
terest in tne matters to be brought
up for discussion. It looks as if a
very large and extremely enthusi
astic crowd will swoop done upon
the Garden Island from Hawaii.
Maui and Oahu.
"Very truly yours,
"A. P. Taylor.
JULY REPORT ON
The following is a part of the
July summary of the tuberculosis
burenu of the Board of Health:
Passengers In Ani Out
'I he following arrived by the.
Kinau Wednesday: C. HvFried-
ly, Miss M. C. Waterhouse, Mrs.
Andering. W. K. Werner. S. N.
Werner, W. P. Aarona, L. A.
Dickey, Luke Chuck, C.B.Gage,
Miss M. O'lumauev, Airs O'm-
manev, .Mr. and Mrs. K. Monta
Mis. F. R. Truer. Miss Trncy, E.
A. Mann. J. Kaiwi, Sam Chan, S.
Takenuku and wife. Dr. Derby,
Paul Schmidt, Mrs, Fraser, Mrs.
Soper. H, W. Lobb, F. E. Mid
kiff, W. C. Avery and wife, Mrs.
II. Yoss, C. Yamamoto. Miss O.
Yamamoto, A.J. Green D. Kin
ney, W. II. Sampson, Mrs.' A. G.
Kaulukott, Miss Lalahea, Miss Ma
hikoa, Mr. and Mrs. Fukada, Mr.
The following sailed by the W.
G. Hall last Tuesday tor Honolulu:
Miss D. X. Dawson, B. F. Daw
son, J. P.clgecourt, J. C. Bartels,
Mr. and Mrs. Richmond, Master
Richmond, S Takada, Mrs. Koji
ma, Miss Takahashi. C. S. Coe,
N. T. Spanieling, A. A. Prasnitz,
Mrs. R. Muoiki, Miss Fauoiki,
Mrs. W. C. King, and Lionel !Ia
hikoa. The lollowing passengers arriv
ed by the W. G. Hall. Friday
morning: Col. Spalding, J. W.
Cummings. C. F. Lund. W. Ro-
senbltdt. II. Fries. E. Scharsch. St. Andrew's Priory School for
Ernest Manase. E. O. Thurtell. Girls will reopen on the 6th of
R. V. Luptou, Buster Hopper. ! September. Application should be
Walter Sampson. K. C. Hopper . maic at om.t. to
Mrs. Hgppcr. Mrs. A. Waterhouse. m,ss A. S. Marsh,
W. A. Hardy. S. R. Yghoria, U, j Principal.
Nisbimura. Advt. 2-t.
Honolulu (city) 10
Maui 0 ,
" Totals 16
Independent " 0
Wage earner 2
Indigent ' 17
Tuberculosis in family 4
not in family 9
Unknown - 47
Clerks, stenographers, etc, 3
School children 4
No occupation 10
Other Occupations 1
Born in Islands 26
Mainland America 2
A Lease Filed
G. N. WILCOX to Alwine,
Amelia and Bertha Wiebke; prem
ises, Malumalu, Lihue, Kauai.
Aug. 5, 1915. Life term at $1 per
annum, if demanded.
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