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voted to -work, and part of the morn-1
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are surprises ;ths year new
scenes finer quality than ever
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' Ask for them at any store
where similar goods are sold.
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DEFR1ES-PROWN-- In Honolulu No
vember 18, 1912, Ullian Alexander
Keopoolanl DeFries, eldest daughter
of Mrs. Emma DeFries of Honolulu
to Roy FrederlckijBrown; Rev.VH-
"H. Parker, officiating.5 Mf. an4 ;Mrs.
Brown are now stopping at Colonial
Hotel and Are the recipients of con
Kratalatlona fronj scores of' friends
and 'relatives, -- : " r; i .::
Housewives, tii take sA vantage of spe
clal sale of 'large refrigerators, $16
to $30, abou( cost price. ' -
- x r E. O. Hall & Son. Ltd.-" '
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Will Show; Ho Mercy to Certain
Classes of Offenders In
' spectorFiles Report on Vo
cational Schools w
; . FURNICHLD, COTTAGE.;
Small - furnished cottage, four rooms.
280 S. Beretania.- ; V C39S-2t.
In making public its reasons' for de
manding the resignation of Principal
John. A. Medeircs, of the Haou school,
at . Hana, - Maul, the - commission of
public Instruction yesterday emphat
Icalfy announced Its position - on mat
ters of this;kinL, ; It declared that
teachers or other members of. the de
partment of Public - Instruction 'whose
conduct Is shown to be such as that
of Medelros is alleged .; to have been;
net " anticipate no , leniency 'at the
commissions nana, ana. tnat, vwnen
discovered, " they will not only be
driven ; from the Department, but : the
exact reasons for so doing will be
formally given out, so that there "Will
be ;no misunderstanding among par
ents or. patrons of the -public schools,
i In the present instance the ; princi
pal discharged is held up as an object
lesson nd warning to -others,' and It
was announced that those, persqnally
Interested might. Inspect the eridence
in the case , upon personal applica
tion to tho Superintendent. ' - f
Appoint New PrinclpaU - -.
- The board, In straightening out the
affairs of the Haou school, made ; a
change : that probably . will meet with
the approval of. County Supervisor It
A. prummond, who .riolentlr "opposed
the appointment4 of Miss Jennie .Plant,
of the Hana school, as principal at
Haou tQ succeed, Med eiros. Miss Plant
is ordered back to her 'former posi
tion : at Hana, -while .William Haia,
who has been .teaching at the Kaele i
ku school is made principal at Haou;
with Mrs JohnA.i Medelros as his as
sistant.' - Haia, and Mrs: Madeiros are
brother -and sister.
School Commissioner Rice returned
Ui ; Kauai tlila mornlng- ;but : the re
mainlng members -of -the board -con;
and attend ; school part off the day,
where satisfactory.' arrangements can
be made - with : the - neighboring Inter
ests, where such labor Is required.
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-i-If any live stock be Included In the
eQQlpment; of A .' the ; school, (ovision
would bate to be . made for work In
Lthe mornings and evenings. It would
probably, be necessary to have, some
ui the teachers and pupils reside on
the premises!. : V--; " -i : r -; - .?-"
Division cf Labor. ; ' -
v.. The boys will work In the garden.
shopv dairy,; chicken yard 1 etc -The
ySlJS:MM ' coo ilwbs. mJtaX
J teachers and no extra expense. It i
expeciea inai injs metnoa .iwiu nnng
the school closer to the ; people and
will assure more regular ' attendance
while; the parenU with large'f amllles
and small means will be greatly ben
fitted -and the children will get; the
benefit of regular training in haults of
Industry and of being; at least In part;
scir-supporting.; , -; fvv.
Industrial School. : 5 '
; irrhe matter of Establishing a gen
eral industrial school In Honolulu .was
taken up byY committee of . teachers;
Ttis committee found an unanimous
opinion In, favor of .starting auch a
school and -to - support - that ofcmlon
over, 11800; was kubicrlbed. An option
was secured on the Alilolani .College
buildings and grounds, which premises
ate -quite" suitable for such a school
as -resrards buildings, area' of, grounds,
situation f etc. ;l he rent .. for these
premises was to. be; $12,a . montii, or
$1250 ?for: the ! remaining; ten months
jf the. bt-ennial period.; . c .'. h C
At- theVtime- when 4ais : Industrial
school' was-being" so enthusiastically
plcnfledj for! hat' ill ; My and Juno
last it was believed that the teachers
necessary could be placed on the regu
lar.' payroll and that the funds sub
srfred would furnish the; outfit and,
nar rent for buildings- ,and .grounds,
but ;When the schools ; opened in S ep
tember it was f ounLthat the number
or teachers necessary for the ordinary
sehool - room 'work .-would reach Vthe
limit" allowed": by'law; co' that the.es
tabljshment of such school would have
to be. postponed until sufficient funds
were available that is. It will b nec-
ler taryito ask1, the legislature to make
a : special r appropriation i for - these
schools. -v; 'rr-c:- :w--?'1.t '
Oegin With ClrlxT .f : v "
"If teachers' were available' a bciin-
hlng coulJ be made for girls vhen the'
John H. Mcintosh, private Company
i VL," ' Second Infantry, ' can call at
Star-Bulletin office and receive dis
charge papers, found.-this morning
and awaiting owner at this office.
Silver. Watch. Owner may. have same
1 by "proving property and .payingfor
th?.? nd. -Ai r ly this office. .
Nails, slightly, damaged, $1.00 per, keg.
.Various 'look - seta 20c to $1.00, for
, irerly 7"c to $3.00. Store door sets
: '7X discount- r:' " ;; '-'v,;:-; .' : ;
'Lcvra;, C !;e;, Ltdr Klngi St
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i;iAL L-TATC FO.l SALE.
Loxf e hou2 cr-i let, Pearl Harbcr Pe
ninsula, 52.C0O, . will exchange for
. city rrcrrrty.. Wayman, 15 II 2 soon
I1."-.. Tel. CG14. . 3cS2CS-3m
VV', :'-- : ; NOW IN. '
exclusive Yet Inexpensive , Headjexr
v MRS.' CLACKS HEAR
Harrison Clk Fort SU nr. Ceretanla
. May's 0:J Kona Coffee
; C-: ;;1 S; LIST IN , THE ; UARKET '.
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pia:o rca SALE.
Krich . & tach miniature grand .'pi
ar.o,. alrncst ,new, perfect - order,
prlre . ncierate. .Enquire -M- M.- C
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' Having left ray ted and board, I
will; not. be- respor.illle for any debts
contracted by myi wife, Mrs. Carrie
McGrath. . .:- .-y . ' '.
iSisTied) -. JOHN J. McGRATH,
, Honolulu,. Tv If..' Nov. 18.: . 5398-2t
HAWAIIAN LODGE No. ZU FAA.KL
Ings could be usedfo a ; vccaticr.il
school; for girls,- or the c!i; Calr.r-
Hospital,' .now' occupied by f -rt cf t3
KaiulanI school, would . tarye t-3 pur
pose and the ground3 and-.bu'.:iin3 cf
the 'C iris' Industrial ; School, t a acljl
to the KaiulanI school. . . ' .
- "For a general industrial cchool the
needs " afid work - were outlined about
as; foliowsf;-v K-'r'J'C 1 ' -' . ' '
:;V-CqippenrA;tract'drlind la the
Vicinity oMlohc)lulu--lCi to 25 tcrea-
snitable -Tor i; cultivation' ,; of forage
plants; verstables, - fruit, etc; ? ;
"Buildlnss for scnool room1, d!n!r.
room',' for. sewing -'rooni.' jr ' ,. , C. C
;.r:"Shcps "'for- '.blacks rnlth,;. carpenter
work etc,;. ; ,'- ' ' .' :
rBuildings for.'laundry dairy; chick?
ens.:ctc.';;: .(-J,i '.',;; ; ; V ;:-; ;;
.' "Thefi , fcuildlngs may b of; very;
Mmjple, '( nstructlcjpastVcf then .of
the pavilion type. j.. .. c
"In this School the clas3 roem'wei!:
ni5gh,t; occupy-. ' the fcre-ccn -tUis
from 9 to 12, with cl3ct3 alt err. dir.::.
."The hours from 1 to fca t3--
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. THERE WILL ..EE 'A SPECIAL
meeting ' of Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 in
Masonic -Temple,-at -half-past, seven
THIS ( Wednesday) ; EVENING, ; No
vember 2, 1912, for A" ; t - ; --
-WORK , IN THIRD DEGREE;
v. Members ' of;.; Honolulu ; Lodge No"
4 09, F. & A. and Oceanic Lodge
No. 371 F. & A. M., and all sojourn
ing trethrenare asked to attend. I;
By order Wi-M;-'1 ; . r.--: ''.'.
V ."" K..R1 G. WALLACE,: ;
V V-i-;. .". t-;-:'; Secretary.
" ; 3r. T.-nCTAEIJBA
; OffWol i1412 -Nuuanu 8U- cor Yinoyard
V t 7 Telephone 1540 . :; V-r
Office Hours: t to 12 a. mv T to I
IV a. ; Sundays by appointment. : .
. Residence: 19 N. Vineyard -. 8trect
;';'V;SEALED TENDERS. tWi
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Sealed Tenders will be received at
the office of -the Maui Loan Fund
Commission, t ;Walluku, Maul, Tv H
until 10 ; 00 a. ni.. Saturday, December
Hth, 1Si12, and : then, opened ,for y the
construction of a reservoir at Keokea,
Kula. MaUl, aecordihg ta the plans and
specifications, 5 copies;; f which," to
gether with ot her, information may be
had upon application ' to. R. A. Wads
worth. Secretary v. of ! the ; Maui Loan
Fund Commission or at the office of
the Superintendent- of lubllc Works
at- Honolulu T. ILV h i ; ;,-;;,
A deposit -of $5.00 will be required
for the, safe return of such plans; and
specifications. : . -: : ; ; '. '' j;:;v
The- right Is reserved' to "reject'1 any
end all bids.;- .;.'.;.;';j;
.Tenders "mustbeVmade ; on : forms
furnished by ,tbeVv Commission;' 5and
must be ; accompanied , by. a certified
check, amounting, tonotj lessthant 5
of the amount of vthe tender.
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oOc Telephone 2IWi P. a Box" 5398 Nov. 20, 22. 27, 29, Dec. 4, 3, that pupils over twelve years ;o' ago
I .Ml.;;--' v ; ;: ;;;' V' ;'--. ; " ' ll ' ; .;.-.--vbe aUowed; to; work part pr tbejday , ;
tlnued .their session today,; devoting
girls';lhdustrial school building under Olrt;'Industrlar;Schpol:.ia-covcJ to
construction. at: Moiliill. f tc;new;.quarters.o,The:prcsrr.t. tui.l-
Vocational Schools. : ;. " c.; ; ; . ;
,-A - feature cf r yesterday's ; meeting
was the report'' on vocational schools,
lead by inspector T. IL Gibson. The
report; is given below in fullr,'; p
: "In order to better meet-the edu
cational -needs of the '.great .mass of
the children : ivt this territory. It was
planned to 6uppler.cnt the v present
educational system y; establishing; in
dustrial and .; agricultural schools- dur
ing this present - biennial . period. f In
furtherance ' of ; thi3 p Ian K the school
lay relating to compulsory attendance
was amended by the list- legislature.
As; amended, th'e; law reads;' ; r U
:MThe ' attendance of v all , thildren
from six' to seventeen .years .of age
Is obligatory and it; shall be Encum
bent upon all parents,, guardians and
Others having the responsibility" and
care of-chlldren cf such aes,:to send
them' to'ionie such :ichccl; "provided
that when a child has reached; 'the
ase.cf twelve year3 . and has,;not;com
pleted the fourth grad 3 cf theprimary
school, he shall be e:'.oitl3 for instruc
tion; only in ..an Industriil school or
vocational school, .provided there' is
such a ; school ; within I four : niiles of
his home, or suitable -transportation'
to'such a school has-been provided."
Types Prc.Kisd. 'iVvli.;;;; ; ;.;
"Two types' of such schools': have
teen . proposed one an v industrial
tchool where boys will be taught; In
addition . to - simple class-room v,orc
gardening, --dairying;', poultry .raisin sr.
tlacksmithing, carpentry, - etc., 'land)
girls will, learn housekeeping, cooking
lewlng, merging, dressmaking, laundry
Ing, etc., Jn Jarge centers ; of popula
tion: the ether, an agricultural school
established In proxmity to and by the
co-opcratlcn of well developed agricul
tural interests, ; ? . ;': -"'-' '
"An ? arrangsnent was ' : lade with
the Kahuku . Plantation; company to
furnish the nececary ianl and .J. Hid
ings for thv estafclistncut si'. s:zch a
school ;to be called an i Agricultural
High' School, so as, to; be entitled to
the; federal aid provided. .. for - such
Bchools in the Page Bill.-This -was ;to
be a. . boarding school ; with; accon- my
dation4 for - fifty - boysr . ;:;- ;" '.-.J;
Exceriment -'Dissppcints. . '
"It was found after, an experience
of four months In enrolling boys who
wisned to avail tnemselves of-the ad
vantages afforded by this schol, thai
the i number of boys who wore anxious
to; attend such a .echool, were;. very
much smaller than had - been rnticl
pated and only about fifty I i?A p ere
enrolled, composed ;of tbo follovVIng
nationalities: w? V;;.' ;; j - :' P ?
W bites , , m . t . . ...' :'v ,' j
I Hawaiians .,.,. . ; , IT
-1 ran-ii awaiiansr ; .........:..s
:J Portuguese . . .;..';.
. Japanese . -- .- . . . v .
v.' k' sTolal .. J . : '' 52 -.if
U-iTor various reasons 7 no special ef
forts,, were., mads ; to Interest Oriental
boys I in .. this.: schopLv ; , . -.i
"There were several. rnsons for the
lack of enthusiasm on the iart of the
parenU and the boys.; ) t : Undine Cap:
parent that ;there rvas ' Vonilderasic
opposition to the school. It -was repin
ed that this was to lie a sort. of, a' re
form school.1: Some of tbe'parsnti pro
fessed to think it ws a plant to make
laborers -of their sons; for the btne fit
of the plantations etc ; ' - : s ; '
; The plantation people were rather
loath to Incur the necessary- expense
for ; the. establishment; of . ihe. actool
unless Jt was reasonably fnre that the
minimum number of .-boys'-.! rifty)- could
be- maintained and .this : did . not
to be .the case, judging from , the jpml
number enrolled. It was also consider
ed unwise tp make the experimeut.ua
less ; success was ; assured, . a j ' it was
decided .to postpone the estaai!shnei.t
of 'such agricultural high school. -
Create a Demand. ?;:-Ui -; -.
Zlii order to create a deinaui for
such a school. It has . been suggested
etc. They might also learn someth'ag
of ."gardening, t dairying. the scare t
chickens' ete.- y'r'-:';..,.- Cr:.
:. j.'The. teaching -force to consist ; of
a principal or ; general ; manager :and
practical jteachers for ;: gardening,
bJacksmlthlng; carpentry dressmik
Ing, cooking, laundrylng, etc. -l ,
)"It should be the aim to mak i thi
school as nearly aelf-rupportlng, as
l)0slole.. The work: of all kinds dono
in this school should be practical and
should ; produce .auQctent ' revenue to
pay the,: boya ahd girl a regu lar
PINEAPPLE .DECLINED; ;
- SUGARS" STILL . FALLKIG
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:' No sugar- stock was sold on '.; the
board today, the only; deals beics in
bonds and pineapple, the ; latter "de
clining a half point to' 48 forCO and
25 .chares.-Eond sale3 : f were $1CC-
Honokaa sixes at 102, a decline of one
half, and $1000 Hilo ISOt slxc3 un
changed at 1C0.2S. ;In "!c3 reported
were .$000 Hawaiian jlrtiaticn fcixea
at 10i and $7000 Hanakua Ditch slxe3
at, 1Q3. ; -;:;; ';;; r n ;;";;. '
As .published yesterday afternoon.
Pioneer sold down four points to 23,
which proves to tave been for a Mcc!:
of 55 shares, and Ewa down a quarter
point to 2S.S0, the sal3 being cf CO,
35;and 15 'shares. .Aftc session yf
tefday Oahu held. 21 for but 5 st?re3,
at 23.75. ii';-o;' '. -::,;-:;-;
'A dividend cf $1.50 a share on Hi-1
waiian Agricultural is - announced . to
day;' the amount 1 -lr. z $C0.CCO.
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YGtTNG '.I'.Hi'T T? 7
f.iAUi S70 ;.i,v:il'l :3 :
:VWALUr:UrN6r. 19Th3 t!3-f:r t' -'
erection of. the r.s'.v .'buililnj fcr tt
Maul Dry Gcod3 "ar.J Grocery cc ;
h-3 h?sn let. to II. R. Y:"- v:ii .:'
Wailuku": fcr. tha .sum cf ;il,:"3.
new-- fixtuicj .ui'.l cc;t al- -t- two
tho'j-ind :-cre, so tie.t:t:.l v.-ill r.:':3
a Xiit.luu to La expend:! -by tt
cc.-npar.y rfc t'.-clr. new1 EUra. Ti.:; j
!3 ro.'Er.:"!l r'.:re,cn tat !"3
EiiJa such r-pld striie3 a3 ths'Miui
Dry Good3 during the lit four cr five
years, t :...- ;.-' .: ' ;
twcea the city qf Hilo and tha Vai
kea :MilI Cczzy U prcr.Ucl at an
early dats.", The hr.d tc:r !, tL? Gov
error and Lar.l Con:r.L -Iccer are to
as re a confer: r.co on tha rr.-tter short
ly, and F..M.;Cr"r.zyt cf Thfo.-If. V-.v-ies
' Ccr.;'-a-:at3 for . th& mill, L-i
stated 'that' ,3 213 ac::j which Tll'.a
(ce'res to r'l to-'It.:.tu:: tcrrL.ry
prctahW rwiil. la turn: J over to ty
rrunicality, th3 ccrriny, Jn i
receiving, the'... prlri!--;3.'cf tryiT a
nuntcr.cf camp f.it-3 cn tna ; :..rn
c::.t I:ni It r::; t::.;::"l.. 2.
D:;ty C. -r'::v:rt:n
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The Entire Stoclfvrill so bii i:aI&C3 viltlidvo oiir Zcl: .17 Gc c 23 b 'Crz-
; ftlSiM c (I3 hr j cunrantc : a, ; or - monov rcItuL : ; 1.
.'......i.-i?;..i-...Sale' price, $2.50 i
-These; are Embroideries ;of CANTON i VALUE," ladies.- ; .. You remember
now; preu y ' ine .paiierns .were,: anq no w ; cneapiy -1 ney were soa une lot
more . of these big values in new; patterns. ' .;; .-: v
CUT' PRICE 50ER CENT.
I N S E RT I O N S-i-Re g ular selling , price, 10c and 15c. . . :8e 'and.3 yds for 25c -r
EDGINGS-ReguIar selling pricelOc and ltJ. ZJ:Snd'l yJfor'25c"
EDGINGS Regular sell Ing price, 20c and 25c; to close 10c and 2yds. for 25c
CORSET' COVERS,' 18 inches wide--Reglilar seUlng
close our at .;-. ........ .... ... . . .15e and 20c oer vd.v.
.'. . . . . .To close st 10c per yd;
GALOONS--Regular selling price, 20cv
; Qur entire EMBROIDERY LINE is going to be on display and cut 50 per
cent wnne tney iasu . 'v-:; "; ,-;;-.
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WE INVITE THE LADIES TO CALL AND INSPECT THIS BIG OFFERING
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Icir-::WN-T3,iNCHES.jyviDE--i0-VArtD lenct -;
LReguUfprlce, i 75e and .tK . V.:i w ; ; ; ; , .'.;;'vt . .C ; : : '
vRegutar price,;$15, $1.5g'and $L75,. ...,;1 .IV.;; .,1 . ,.c ..: :
MERCERI2EDj5HIRTING and WA I STING, .New Psttirr3..;2 ;
SEISETTE-Reguiar price, 30e yard.. .;;.. ...".Sale pric;, I
' ART WOVEN SILKin ail- shades, 35c and 5Cc, resucei to . ..
v. All othef lines in PIECE GOODS reduced rejardless cf ccst.
WMM 5vr SWEATER COATS. : " " ; -.
(Regular price,; $8, ; $7,. $3 ;'..'.:.";...'
;:V'V;' ; :;V-;f' LADIES'' OVERCOATS.''".;
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Big line of FANCY RIBBONS, ranging ': from 4 to 7- inches; wide ;
,- seiung price, c ana, wc . ... .. . . . ;
; SHOE DEPARTMENT :"
.OUR, BIG STOCK OF, LADIES'. GENTS' AND CHILDREN'S SHC
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