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THE GARDEN ISLAND. TUESDAY SEPT. 2, 1919
Rust and decay atv tin1 property owner': greatest enemies in
Hawaii. You can com'at them successfully l'.v specifying,
wherever metal is to lie used in any kin. I of construction, tin1
It Resists Rust
Your contractor or dealer has it or can gtt it
Honolulu Iron Works Co.
aia uarage Lo.
Automobile Repairing And
storaoe hatteimks repaired and iieciiarc.er
Tcleplioiie 23S L
p. o. r.ox 230
White Xeolin Soles with low
These shoes, aie neat ami far-hionable and one of the hest shoes
for general wear on the market todav.
Manufactures' Shoe Store
1051 Fort Street,
Honolulu, T. H.
B When in Honolulu
rvtr mm ouivoc i
Running water In eve ry room; rooms Zfe,
singly or with baths; comfortable beds; 3&
close to best restaurants and all car- &JR IV
Centrally located In the theatre and shopping centers.
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Recent Laws Affecting Kauai I Jail for Liquor Traffickers M'CIellan is Given High
Praise by Dillingham
Bound copies of tlio laws of the
Territory of Hawaii of the 1010
Session of Legislature are being
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lUmisuetl It. I now m-i-w . .. ... . , ,.
creditable1 rm,,", ,,,c ,,,m
...ill IS a gOOU UIIICII, KHJ" me nmeuur
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let in eunoriaiiy. ii nackcu up
The promise of United States lis-tric-t
Attorney Ruber that manu
facturers of okolehao will .be
ihein. It is a very
volume of some 400 paces,
printed, ami with good indexes
It may be of interest to our
readers to note, in brief synopsis,
the aits passed which specially
Fifteen thousand dollars ap
propriated for the construction
of roads for the Wailua Home
steads to be refunded from sale of
the homesteads there. $182,000
for wharf and harbor at Kapaa.
To come out of Loan Fund.
Thirty thousand dollars author
ized increased tax rate, from 1020
for four years, for benefit of Ma
lielona Hospital for perniapcnt
improvement, maintenance and
Fifty dollars a month pension
for .Miss Mumford for two vears.
from Sept. 1. 1010. I
Authorizing; and instituting j
condemnation proceedings fori
Nawiliwili Harbor needs, wit h j
appropriation of $10,000 therefor.'
F.xtcnsion of the time of the
Kapaa light and power franchise.!
Five thousand dollars for road
through the Kalaheo homesteads,
to be refunded out of sale of pub-,
lie lands on Kauai. '
Three thousand dollars for Ana
hola homestead road, to here-;
turned out of sale of public lands.
This road is to run from the main
thoroughfare down to the wharf.'
The school budget
contains these items tor Kauai.
For Li hue school an addition at'
$10,000 over and above the 40.000 !
of 1013 and 23.000 of 1017 mak
ing in all 73.000 for Lihue school,
new building. Kauai High school
S7.000. Lihue district 20.000,!
Waimea 41.000. Koloa 30.000, Ka
waihau 11.000. Haualei 14.3000.
Insurance fund for buildings
Provision is made for teacher's
cottage turuiture to the amount
of $3,000 for Kauai.
Out of the special fund repairs
and maintenance 23.000. janitors'
salaries 300. supplies 3.000, fur
niture, 0.000. toilets .".000 new
For wharf or harbor improve
ments for Kauai 3,!Mi3. Indus
trial Accident Board, S30, as
against 2.000 on Maui and 3,000
by astion a long step will be tak
en toward stamping out the illi
cit liquor traffic, which in the last
year has grown to be a menace to
health and eflicicncy.
Judge Vaughun's action in
handing out jail sentences to of
fenders, as well as the imposition
of monetary fines, should have a
most salutary effect in deterring
the distilling of these poisonous
Ini'x - t tvs of fines alone can
be dr i ; ji to the profit and
loss . : o! those who find the
mam . i of okolehao highly
prol: ' h the illicit lnanu-
faetn to find a market for
bis i ... j.. ons product at $20 a
galh n well afford to take
the i -. neing caught as long
as he i .s he faces no more
seiio' ,.,-n .ity than paying a
iim- -:' ; $300, which is but
a ui ': oi the income derived
from his traffic, particularly if
he be so fortunate to go months
The sentencing by Judge Vaug
han of a .Japanese on Wednesday
to six months in jail, iu addition
to paying a fine of $300 should
have a great moral effect on nu
merous others who make a busi
ness of maintaining secret stills.
A harsh policy is the only ef-
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is passed ,,,u'1 remcuy tor imj ucpiorauu
I ' ' fcii l ii .i l i.n fli.it fiviwta It la till
best ally the marshal's office can
have. With his limited force his
activities are naturally circum
scribed and until the local au
thorities receive concurrent juris
diction with the federal authori
ties, the task of rounding up vio
lators, especially on the outside.
islands, is rendered most difficult
But if these violators are im
pressed with the fa'ct that detec
tion means a long period in jail,
they will think seriously about
taking such a long chance.
Alexander Lindsay has been
spending a few weeks in theKokee
country, and returned to Town
At the close of the annual elec
tion for governors of Commercial
club Friday night it was found
that the following had received
the highest votes: E. E. Bodge,
George E. Bustard, Charles C.
(1 raves, A. H. Ouild and L. II.
The annual dinner began at 6
o ciock ana wnue it was in pro
gress the election (which had
gone on during the afternoon)
was declared over and the results
Maj. W. F. Dillingham, presi
dent of the chamber of commerce,
was the speaker of the evening,
he having the floor for more than
an hour. The notable feature of
his address was a strong defense
of Oeorge McK. McClellan as the
representative of the business in
terests of the islaifds at Washing
ton. The major declared that
representatives of big business as
well as congressmen spoke in the
highest terms of McClellan. Ku
hio was regarded at Washington
as the political representative of
the territory. lie could not un
derstand why the work of McClel
lan as the representative of the
business interests should conflict
with that of Kuhio at all. Star-Bulletin.
Honolulu Music Co. Ltd.
JAMES W. BERGSTROM, Manager
Ampico Reproducing Pianos, Knabe, Fis
her, Haines and Kroeger Pianos, Victor
and Columbia Machines and Records.
Latest Sheet Music and Player music rolls,
Pianos and Player Pianos on small month
ly payments. Pianos tuned and repaired
and rented by Jack Bergstrom, Kauai
Honolulu Music Co. Ltd.
Telephone - ' - Lihue Hotel.
ALWAYS LKADS IN LOWEST PRICKS ON
J. I. SILVA, Prop.;
Dry Goods, Boots and Shues,
Mens Furnishings, Cigars and
Tobacco, Notions of all kinds.
M A IX STORE, KLKKLK,
PHOXE 72 W
K A LA 1 1 EO ROM ESTEA I)
The Survey is asking the ques
tion, How many families can a
community nurse take care of
properly and as a steady thing.
I lie answers are very various
and run all the way from ten to
fifty. The average is about 30,
which sheds an interesting side
eight on what our Lihue nurse is
Irying to do.
She has about 100 families to
look after as best she may, and
they are scattered all the way
from Han to Rccrshcbu and hid
den away in inaccessible places.
She says that two nurses could be
kept busy all the time.
One of the additional problems
of the situation here is the lan
Miss Cassariau speaks five lan
guages fluently, all the way from
Turkish to modern 5 reek and
English, but mostly her lan
guages do not lit in here. She
.would trade a'iy one of them for
la panose; it is hard to minister
to these needy people and instruct
them in the care of children, etc,
without being able to speak their
She finds the Koreans the most
amendable, in fact they are ideal
patients, ready to cooperate to
the fullest extent.
The commonest ailments are
eye all'ections and skin diseases,
all the result of carelessness and
Miss Cassarian is most enthu
siastically interested in her work
and enjoys it immensely; and the
children fairly worship her.
Texas is up to date and leads
the way in the matter of child
welfare and health education.
They have a mailing list of
270.000 representative citizens of
the state, to whom they send wel
fare information ami advice
through the mails regularly. Of
these, 120,000 are parents of chil
dren a year or two old, and many
more are being constantly added,
of expectant mothers to whom
advice ami instruction is being
sent. These measures will be
continued until the children are
j seven years old, when they hope
j to turn them over to the schools
(in prime condition. To assist in
j the dissemination of this instrue
jlion they have mechanical ap
ipliauccs which will print, address
'and seal 3000 letters an hour.
The Home Insurance Company of
Hawaii, Ltd., announce the ap
MR. CHARLES B. GRAY
as their agent for the Island of
Kauai with offices at Kapaa.
Insurance Written for
Fire, Automobile, Compensation Disabil-
ity, and Accident. Also agent for Western
. States Life Insurance Co.
Place your Insurance with the Local
Agent for your Home Company