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THE GADEN ISLAND. TEUSDAY, AUGUST 31, 1315.
The annua! meeting of the "Hui
Kuai Aina o Wainiba." Kauai,
will le held at its off.ee at Waini
ba o n Thursday. September 2,
1915 at 10 o'clock a. ni., it is
hereby urgently requested that all
those who have interests in the
aforesaid Hui attend said meeting
at the place and time above men
tioned for the purpose of hearing
reports and other important busi
ness that may te brought before
James K. Apolo,
President, Hui Kuai Aina o Wai
Augr. 17-24 31.
Tlie annual meeting of the "Hui
Kuai Aina o Haena." Kauai, will
be held at the Haena Hall, on
Fridav. Se&tember 3. 1915. at 10
o'clock a. m. It is hereby urgent
lv requested that, all those who
have interests in the aforesaid Hu
attend said meeting at the place
and time above mentioned for the
purpose o f hearing reports and
other important matters of busi
ness that mav be brought before
James K. Apolo,
President. Hui Kuai Aina o Ha
The Board of Supervisors of the
County of Kauai, at Lihue, Kaua
will receive bids up to ten o'clock
A. M. of Sept. ist. for furnishing
all labor, tools- and materials an
erecting a school building consists
of four class rooms, office, library
and store room, at Waimea, Kauai
Plans and specifications will be
furnished prospective bidders at
$5, on application to the super
intendent of Public Instruction at
Honolulu, or to the undersigned
J. H. Moragne,
County Road Supervisor,
Lihue, Kauai, Hawaii
August 7. 1915.
J. ABADIE, .
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Largest Cleaners and Most
Sauitarv Establishment in the
Territory of Hawaii.
Iliyh Class Work.
Laundry Returned by
Free of Charge
To All Towns On Kauai.
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777 King Street
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
Lihue, Kauai. Hawaii
Deposits are received simject
to check. Certificates of de
posit issued payable on de
maud. Loans made on ap
Dkafts Drawn jn
San Francisco Berlin
New York Hong Kong
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 Deposit Boxes for
Rent $2 and $3 a Year
Fleur de Lis, ladies' hairdress
ing, shampooing, manicuring and
scalp treatment. All kinds of hair
work. Under the Blaisdtll Hotel,
first door in Chaplain lane, Ilono-
WAS A LIE BOY
Anton Schieber, foreman of the
Standard Oil Company, who was so
badly injured that he died when a
tank exploded in Honolulu last
Thursday, was a Kauai boy, being
he son of Wm. Schieber, Head mason
of the Lihue Plantation Company.
Thursday morning a wireless i
arrived at Lihue stating that
young Schieber had met with an
accident and that two ribs were
broken. The assumption here
was that it was an auto accident.
A later wireless stated that the
young man was in a serious condi
tion and finally came the news of
Schieber, senior ,was working in
the mountains, but the informa
tion contained in the messages was
conveyed to him.
When the news of death arrived.
Herr Pastor Isenljerg, of the Ger
man church, offered to accompany
Mr. Schielxrr to the city for the
purpose of conducting the funeral;
and the two gentlemen left by the
W. G. Hall from Koloa Friday
Young Schieber attended the GerJ
man school in Lihue and was well
known here. A brother is con
nected with the Rapid Transit
Company in Honolulu.
Mr. S'chieber has had remarka
bly ill luck with his sons. One
died on the vovage from Europe,
one was drowned on Kauai and
one was drowned about two vears
ago at Honolulu. A daughter is
the wife of Henry Gehring,' plum
ber, of Honolulu.
Bank Examiner Here
M. H. Drummond. Territorial
bank examiner, has completed his
semi-annual tour of Kauai. While
here he checked the accounts and
books of the banks at Waimea and
Lihue, and the county.
Miss Low's Engagement
Friends of Attorney Sam Rolph
and Miss Carol Low of Honolulu
have been informed of their en
gagement. Miss Low is the daugh
ter of Mr. and Mrs. FLen Low and
she first met Mr. Rolph while visit
ing her sister Mrs. Annabelle Rud
dle in Hilo. The voung attorney
has resided in Hilo for a number of
years, during which he was assis
tant car.hicr of the First Bank of
Hilo. Recently he formed a law
pjrtnership with Attorney C. S.
Carlsmitii. Both the young people
are popular and are receiving many
hearty congratulations The en
gagement will b e formally an
nounced later in Honolulu by Miss
Low's parents, when it is expect
ed the date of the wedding will be
Passengers In And Out
The following arrived by the
Mauna Loa Wednesday morning:
W. Gibb, M. H. Drummond, W.
Cooper, K. A. Knudsen. R. Isen
berg, J. Bush. R. D. Moler, Mrs,
R. M. Moler, W. T.Frost, Sid Spit
ztr, Miss M. Chapin, Mrs. K. 11.
Moyer, Geo. Ahlborn, Bob Purvis,
J. M. vSonza, Mrs. Souza. Mrs. K.
L. Bordine Master Bordine, S. Ha
mano, Mrs. Hamano, B. F. Heil
bon, F. Cressalea, C. II. Dre.
Mrs. F. Sasaki, Miss T. Tashima,
Harry Kong, P. A. Gorman, Miss
Kelly, Miss von Arnswaldt, Miss
Alice Cooke. Mrs. C. M. Cooke,
W. D. Speckman, J. I. Cock, J.
W. Achuch. S. Ishi. K. Naumu.
Miss Teves, Mrs, Teves, Miss A.
Fernandez, Vincent Fernandez,
1 1 The following sailed by the W.
JjG. Hall Tuesday night last for
L. Self a h d
K. Cockett and
K. Cockett, A.
; A. Melancy, Rev. J. Takeda, P..
j N. Hauepu. Miss C. K. Davidson,
j K . Kanuaniu, Mr. Midkiff, Mrs.
IJ. H. Moragne.
WORK ON DETAILS
The chairmen o f the various
Civic Convention committees met
with the officers of the Kauai
Chamber of Commerce in the dis
trict ccurt room. Lihue. last Tuesday
afternoon and considered various
important matters that have come
up. Chairman Wilcox, of the
committee on transportation and
lodging, and the secretary report-1
ed on interviews thev had had with
the secretary of the Honolulu j
Chamber of Commerce and officers !
of other civic bodies in the citv. I
Mr. Wilcox retorted tkattheHon
olulu delegations seemed quite j
keen on the matter of including a j
few ladies in the excursion partv. ;
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This lsttcr question was discuss-1
. . . , , . . i
ed in its various phases.The opinion ;
of all the committee chairman!
seemed to be that the committees
had not the power to alter o r .
amend an act of the Chamber. It'
was finallv decided, however, to
call the Chamber together :n ex-,
traordinary session next Thurs-j
dav afternoon to consider this and
other important matters that have'" V,- c:,arg.e n01
, . .. . j being in addition to the maximum
arisen since the last meeting. ,at nrnviA-i (nr w (r,n,w...
Chairman Isenberg, of the fin
ance committee, wanted to know
how, much money would be
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vu ,....,,. luuicm.uu
received the reply that 1,200
would probabiy be enough. It was
decided to issue a call to tha metn-
bi-r n f the Chamber fnr tfcic
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amount, which is now being done.
in view ot ins Knowledge ot
plans and arrangements being
made in Honolulu tor the Conven-
i.uu. ... u.iucu .ui.j
Paul isenberg. chairman ot the
vnamoer s committee in MonoiUiu.
to come to Kauai and appear be -
fore the Chamber Thursday after
noon. Mr. Isenberg will in all
probability arrive tomorrow morn
ing. SIGNOR MARCONI, HIUD
In recognition of his work in
call, was appointed by King Victor
photograph shows him t.; just
Vim -. . ggmi i r'in
Secretary Of Telephone Co.,
Writes Of Charges
Edttor Garden Island:
In reference to part of our con
versation vesterday on telephone
matters. I beg to submit the fol
lowing taicen out of a telephone
paper by me in 1912. though I
cannot give the name of the paper
as I did not record it at the time.
The excerpt is herded:
Rules as to Rental Payment.
"There is a possibility that we
mav get into a controversy with
the city in a short time in regard
to our light to collect telephone
rentals quarterly in advar.ee. Iam
unHer the impression tha. an article
appeared in your paper sometime
ago in regard to a suit cr contro-
versy of this kind in one of the
Western States (I think the state
was Oregon), and that the matter
went to the courts, and the
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supreme court decided ' that the
telepllone company had this right,
"The case you men. ior.ed is that
of State vs. Independent Telephone
Co., 109 Pac. 366. It holds that
the r.u'e of,a Pne company.
providing for the payment of rent
aJs from ,ubscribers in advance,
and for the additional charge in a
case of non-payment by the tenth
f ,ne month, was reasonable and
f 1 . . i
but a charge for delinquency.
The foregoing is iust one
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requir-i5e?rai rsucn .cases inai J nav.c
noticed from time to time, and it
mi8ht be interesting to the tele
phone subscribers of Kauai to g-
such bits ot information through
the press of Kauai.
McMillan on Telephone Law
gives form of contract between
ltclephone companJ a n d their
1 subscribers, wherein provision is
j even made for the subscriber to pay
yearly in advance on rural tele
XatiirnVr r:!iTt?r1v pnyrnents in
a business of this kind saves book
i keeping, and therefore saves
! overhead cnarges
saves raising the telephone rental
R. W. T. Purvis:
Secv. Kauai Tel. Co
OF THE WIRELESS DEPARTMENT OF THE ITALIAN
AN INSPECTION TOUR.
the wireless field, Signor Marconi when he answered his country's
Emmanuel, head of the Wireless Department of the Italian army. The
.. a . r ' .! -f.l--T.-i: ' 1 1 . -
aoout to leave on a lour oi inspection
A choice assortment of the "newest
effects are now being shown.
White motoring veils just right
50c, 75c and $1.00.
Box 566 Honolulu
LEAVES A TRAIL j
"Tell Fernandez that if he wants
damages for what I did to his prop
erty on Kauai he will have to
come after the nionef," was a
message sent bv P. S. Crawley
from Honolulu last week.
Crawlev, it may 1 explained, is
the manager of the Indian (the al
leged "Chief Hailstorm") who
has been touring the Islands for
i several months and fakine in the
dimes from the plantation laborers.
On Kauai, from all accounts, . he
did all sorts of things to Wm. A.
Fernandez, the local motion pic
ture show man. Fernandez brought
suit in the Lihue police court on
several counts, but in the mean
while Crawley and the Indian suc
ceeded in making a get-away to
In the court here Fernandez was
awarded judgment in the sum of
$45 on two combined counts, one
being for using aud injuring a
portable platform, $15, and the
other for damaging a fixed curtain
which Crawley is alleged to have
torn loose and used, $30 being
awarded for that It was claimed
th it Crawley entered the premises
and took the property without per
mission, and that a more serious
charge might very easily have been
Crawley landed on Kauai with
out any equipment, except an In
dian, a walking cane and a smile.
He borrowed a motion picture ma
chine from Fernandez, and in the
court the claim was set ur that
this also was not returned; and
judgment for $75 for the machine
was allowed by the court.
Inasmuch as Crawley has slipped
away and has no property in sight
there is now talk of proceedings
against him of a more drastic char
acter than ordinary civil suits.
Reports have reached Kauai to
the -fleet that Crawlev had had
occasion to meet the police of Maui
and Hawaii, also, particularly of
the latfer island.
oi me iiaiiau wirciess piams.
li .r1 1 ' of
N'tmli'Hi Sanitary, one-piere,
porcelain lined liko clean China
Dinh. It It t lie I it word in He.
All size.", alHOotlier liiiHlii-f carried
Prices $.00 to (50.00 anil over.
Write 'for particulars.
53-65 Kin St. Honolulu
Your shoes should
stylish and yet rea
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 on
starting point the reg
ular saving of a portion
of your income."
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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