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MARRIED.
DEFIIIESI3IIOWN In Honolulu. No
vember 18. 1912, Ulliaa Alexander
Koopuolant Dc4Frles, clJest datshter
of Mrs. Lana DeFrics of Honolulu,
vto Roy,. Frederick Drown;, Her. H.
II. 'Parker j officiating. : I.lr. and Mrs.
Drown are how" Ktopr-ing at Colonial
'.Hotel am are the.' recipients 'of con-t
gratulatl3U3' from scores of friends
ai; 1 relatives. ' "--',::
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VA.MLD.
Housewives to tako advantaso of sre-
cial sale of larjo refrigerators JIG
to '20, about rest price.' ; : -.-'
U. O. Hall & Son, Ltd. ' -
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MJ n r I G H C O - COTT AG H. .
':r.z.M fr.rniihcJ cctlrc, ' four 1 rooms,
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Will Show' Mercy to Certainf 1L prVnSk-'
1 AiAt -ill - L wbtre eatfefactory!: arrangements can nilian r i a
Classes of 0 f fenders rr In
spector. Files; Rcporton'Vof
; cationa) Schools
In making public Ha reasons for de
manding the , resignation : of Prtncipal
John A. Jledeiros, of the Ilaou school,
at Hana, Uaul; the commission of
public ; Instruction yesterday empbai
tcally announced : its posftion on " mat
ters of thls klnd. in declared that
teachers or other members of the de
partment of Public Instruction ' whose
conduct :1s shown taK be such as that
of Medelros is alleged to have ibeett,
heed . anticipate s no. " leniency; at ' the
commissions hand, and that, when
discovered, f they will not - only 'V be
driven from' tho Department, ljut the
exact reasons fof ; so,s doing ; willt be
formally "given out, so : that there will
be no misunderstanding among . par
erits ,or patrons of the public "schools;
n In the present Instahce, : the tprinci
pal discharged'I held up as an, object
lesson, and warniijg to ; others, -and it
was 'announced that those personalljr
interested "might inspect the evidence
in me case- upon personal v applica
tion to the .Superintendent' sv.1-;:,".'--,.?
Appoint Tiew PrincIpaL
The board," In straightening out the
affairs of the" Ilaou school, made a
change' that'jwbably will meet with
the approval of County Sii pery Isor; It '
A. Dm mrooiid. who' violently bpjposed i
the'appointnlent of Miss Jennie Plant,
of the Hana school; a3 principaF at
Haou te succeed lledelros. Miss Plant
Is. ordered tack to her' former, posir
tion at 'Hana,- while William. Haia.
who hr,3 been teaching at; the" Kaele
voted to work, as I j art cf ? n:orn-.
ing whea cla3 rcca wcrk ii r.:hcX .
i If cay live stcci te iseluJ:! ia tid
equipment of. tte tcHcU rroviJir. '
would have to be made for work la j
Ithe mornings and evenings, lt-vouli
probably be necessary, to cave souio
u? the teachers and pupils 'reside on
be made with the neighboring inter-
csts,' where such labor Is reTUired. .. (
: i'TXhis plan, will ; require : no extra
teachers and no extra expense. i 1 1 is
expected tbat' this; method will bring
the .school closer ; to, the people and
will assure more regular, attendance,
while the parents' Wita large families
and -s mall means will be 'greatly bene
fitted and the. children will get the
benefited! regular training In hauits of
industry and of being, at least in part,
sclf-aupporting.: ? -'j';.-
Industrial Sch'oo 1.5 ,V'' ' r'O-
"The matter pf , establishing a gen
eral Industrial school inHonolnta was
taken up by a committee of teachers.
This i committee found an unanimous
opinion -t in f avof ,of rstartl ng . each " a
school '. and : to support ' that "orralon
oter,l,8(M) was'subicribed. An option
was eecured on the Alliolani College
bdldins-and grounds; which premises
are quite' suitable ifor sucbj a school
as.' regards' biudmgsv area of grounds,
situation etc. ; 1 ho; - rent . for these
premises, was 'to be'?123 a'montu," or
I12S0 for rthe: femainiflg, ten months
jf-.the bl-ennial period. , - 'J ; r : '
: i.tAt the tSzpH when :thii". industrial
school : was" being so " enthuElastically
plannedi for that . la May ar.d June
last It was believed thit the teachers
necessary could be placed on the res'l
hi ti payroll and that the fundi eu!
rrfted would . furnish the cutSt; and
tiayrent for, iulidlngs .-'andgroriiiis,
tut when the sfhools opened. iu Sep
tember It-was found that the nurutcr
jof teachers necessary for the ordinary
school -room ;W'ork would reach .the
limit allowed by law,, eo tnat v:.o c
tablisament of such echoel.wcuIJ 1 .ve
u? l m . ,V-, , Pai ai11aou' to be postponed, unUlur.c;cnt funds
y'r?0? fS" hIa as-were avallable-thnt is, It will U ncc
sistant. Haia and Mrs. Wadeirps we,eKaty to ask, the -legislature to ir.--LroJier-and
sister. -'-'':z ' a special ' appropriation for these
. School Coinmlosloner Illce. returned 6Cvcoj3 :. - ,-i: . . -
to Kauii ' thl3 mcnling but' the re- r -.' vnu rti. . . .
FCUfiD
Joliii II. I!c!;:to-.h, -"private' .'Company
"W Scccud Infantry, can call at
t StarrP.ulIctIn office and receive diJ-
.harro i '"Vers, fount this ; morning
and awaking owner at this' office.
. -! V. O .ner may have Eanc
! y proving i ;r;;rty and paying for
thi; ad.'-, App-ty this office.'
mair.lng memtcrs of the bcard con
tinuc I their session today, devoting
the- inornlng lo &ii inspection of the
Eiri
c:o:
Vc
;"If teachers "were availahlc a 1
i.ing could to made for"girl3.v,L:i I'.. ?
was
read
report is given tclow L'i full: s.
" "In order to better "'-meet' the edu
cational needs cf ths great mass, of
the cLIIJreu in" this territory, At was
planned to ' Eur?Icn:ei:t ' the ' present
educational si'ster.i ty establishing in-
rial ant agricultural scnool3 dur-
Nails,-f.!!-Mly C :zl, $1.C0 per keg.
-ts-COc to U.C3, fcr
i ' '.CO, Store door sets
c, Ud..' Kin- St.
Vc 1: KJ1. - ;
tL L-TATZ. r'C.T.CALC. ,.
L-rro 1 -u-e cv. I lot, Tcsrl Harbor Pc
- : .u!a. tl'.CJO, -wiM exchange ',for
'y pre -rty. V.'r.yi u,- 13 !!: "-n
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riA'.O FCi CALwf
:.'!. C Fach' miniature grand pi
, r!v'-t i?w, . perfect ;orJer,
:? i J crate. thiquire Id.' Id. C,
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Division ef tahor. fix. --."' 1 - - -
The boys will work In the garden.
shops; diifrcikken' yard etc. Tho
gru win coxoosung, sewing, menuir
etcC They1 might alsoJt am .someth'.n-s:
tT. gardening, : datr)ihg. the - caro bl
CMckefis'.tC.V.V-;V--.:";;. v.4" :
"The teaching" force to consist cf
ha principal or general cansser ani
practical teacbers ; for - gardening,
blacksmlthicg, ' carpentry, dresira:L
Ing, cooking, lanndryin, etc ?
r. "It should be tho aim 'to mkr tho
school uaa nearly sclf-cj ; crtlng C3
lrslole Tt wor!: cf all k!ni3 do:::
in this school shr:!l te praetleal ar. I
should ' pre Juice su-lclent revenue t j
pay 'the rboys - ani girU a regular
K-tger,.V' .
Pi r:rrDECL! : ' ; -
'v SUG.viiG G i ILL iLLI..
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. "-o. sugar1 stock v,-?.s i ci
t-card toJay, tho c.'y ! i
tcr.d3.;asd pins: : C : !:t:r
clirlrg.a half pc'.r.t to 4i,for-C)
2j shares.' -" Loni;i.-ic3 were " 1,
ironcaaV :tir:,a ;:oc!s -.
tiir, and ;iC") IliiD ' 1! U r'r-s v
cl-n-sd at IU.:.:. -i I.i i-i:i i.. :rt
were T7::3 V-r'i'-n Irr! ...i fl
at 101 and $7CC-C Hazuikua Ditcli tlx
at 1C3. : . -
As published yr !cn':y rft-rr
Pioneer eoit tiov.n fo':r t- l
'which proves to L-io Lc:;i .;;.',' .
of 53 Ebarrs, p." I P.?
point to Zj.LO, tLo t
terdny 0"hu I :Tj :i f r :
1C3 'sharc3 in five i.... 1 I:..
at 3.73. : :' - '
A divi ' T cf tl." a r?
w:.;lan ' A"ric . l.i' r-r .ur.
day, tho am. . t :;.,.-.
cf
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s industrial school building under j-11 .-""v-' -.',J
:stn:cticn at Ilciilili. ' .'v-.: l; LSW- p;..:-t. . ..-
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A. feature cf ' ycotcf day's . "meeting I . r siru or, l;-, c" rV
the report cn vccatlonal schools, ""'X ' V.T J A.
by Inspector T. II. Gihson. The "V'' 1 rV".1. 3 1
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HAWAII (1 COUTH
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V "NOV IN - :-:;.'.;':-;:
Cxc! live Yet Inexpcnxlvs Hc-.;i.r
MRS, CtACKCHCAR . .
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Having left ' ivy bed and board, I
v ill i.at fce its; n; ilia for any; debts
cr-nraclcd - by. my wife, Mrs. ; Carrie
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tw : cd) ' ' JOHN J. McGEATII,
llonuiulu. T. II., Nov. 18. v 533S-2t
HAWAIIAN tODGE No. 21, F.fl.A.M.
TIlCrtE WILL EE A SPECIAL
meeting of Hawaiian Lodge; No. 2t in
Masonic Temple, at half-past 'seven
THIS (Wednesday) EVENING. . No
vember .23, 1312, for ' ; .- .",.;
: , WORK IN THIRD DEGREE f
Members of Honolulu Lodge Ka
4r3, F. & A. M., and, Oceanic -Lodge
No. 371, F. &. A.. M., and all sojourn
ing brethren are asked to attend. .'
By order AV. M.. ; l ,
-': K: Ri G. WALLACE. r
- :- Secretary.
BY AUTHORITY
"SEALED .TENDERS. V ' 1
Scaled 'Tenders - will be received .at
the office of - the Maul Loan Fund
Commlssion?at;Wailulra''Manf;'.T.'.H
until 10:00 a. m., Saturday, December
14th,; 1912, and then opened for the
construction of a' reservoir at Keokea,
Kula, Maul, according to' the plans and
specifications.' copies of which, to
gether with other information may ,be
had upon" application jto It; A.. Wads
worth," Secretary of 'the Maui Loan
Fund Commission or at the office -of
the Superintendent of Public Works
at Honolulu,- T. - H. ' . ;H-,U" V
, ; A deposit of $5.00 will be required
forthe sare retnrn of stich ' plans -and
specifications.:-? Ji;s i-i':i:'-i
' The5 right Js reserved to reject any
end all bids.. & w.--.-..', vi
- Tenders must be made ''fon! forms
furnished ? by tho "Commission-, and
ing this:prcs8nt biennial period. - In
furtherance cf thii plan the ' cchool
Iay'..relsMr.g ta'ccmpu'.sory attendance
was a:::;:: lei Ly tho last lc'Isiaturc.
As amcnied tho law. reads:.' -. ; .
"Tho nttrrinco cf ?'all' chilircn
frcm. six;. to 1 scventccn- ycars cf'.nge
is '-.-ctligatcry and it shall "te incum
bent up:n all parents,' guarJIan3 anJ
ethers; I avint the rspcniiblirty" and
care cf.thih'rca if sash s-cs. to ?.::: J
11: cm ,to. rsar.o f ash school; provi lcd
that fwhen .a. c!.i!J. ho3. reached the
so cf twelve' years ru4 ha 3 net comt-i-ioted
the fourth grad? ci the pi- 3.ry
txhool, he shall Lo e!;aib!j for instruc
tion -only.. la ivi industrial school or
vocation:?! school, provi !ed : there, i3
such a school within four miles of
hi3 heme or suitable' 'tratisporuulon
to such a school has been provided."
Ty-?s Frcrc::d..;'"
;."Tv.o types of such ' schools. !haye
L'ccn- ' prepc-od one: -"an industrial
tsbosl .where loya v. 'ill be ,taUoht"tn
a-IItioa to Elniplo' class-rooni work,
diirying,"' poultry. 'raising.
carpentry, etc.; and
p iris will Icarn houschec "in;?; "cooking
iowing, mcUsIing, drcssaaahlng, laundry
Ing'.ctc in large ' centers' cf popula
tion; tho other an agricultural school
established la proxrsity ,lo anl by the
c;-cpcration cf well 'developed agricul-
lurai mtercsis. . - ..- . . - .; . (
'An arrangement . was : udei Fith
the' : Kahuhu ' Planlatioa -tohipoliy;' tii
Turnlsh the necessary" laut 'and!bni;d
Ings for the cstabllahr.ient o rava .a
school to bo called 'an. Agricultural
High - School; so as ' to' be"ntit!ed to ,
the. federal aid' provided: " for such
schoor3 la the Pas;o Pill: This was,to
fce a boarding Echool with.. laccox: pi
dation for fifty boys.' Vii .-.
Ocpsriment 'Disappoint. X'!:i -y
, "It was . found after . an experience
of four months In enrolling boys Wtio
yished to avail themselves of , the ad:
vantages afforded by. this, schpol .that X
the .number of boys.who, were anxious
to. ' attend such a school werej very
much smhller ? than had leov Antici
pated and only about fifty ;. uy.i . were
enrolled, composed of tho following
nationalities : V a,.;-, -.v. - -t'-: ? -
Hawaiians. V.--. '...v. Vi.v.yi-, . , 17.f,;
Part-I lawaiians 'v.:. .-.;.:.."...'.i.v8'
:i Portuguese . , .v.. .v ; C:: -'
? ' Chinese . . . . -"
Japaneso i. jT-J " VV.-;n ,f 6 ?4;
w---TotaI . y ". f-52
I .'Foryarious; reasons no special Jefv
fors.,were ,mads to, interett: Oriental
boysUtt:'tbters(&oo!.:tF
. .There were several: r-josona. for the
lack oC enthusiasm on the t-art of jthe
parents andihe'boys; Tt hocawe- ap
harpitt that there '.-u-aii'' -V.iti&fderanie
oppositloh to thet sciti"l.'tt w;l3 report
ed that thls';wastpbb;ii'!sirtlbf-;a;.Ter
form" school. Some of the1 tarents pro
fessed to think It was a plant to itiake
laborers of. their sons ; f or tbe.btneflt
of the plantationsr 'etc. " . ; .
,The plantation jpeopl . were, rarber
loath t to dncor. the,, necessaryr expepse
for -the . establishment .of .the ' .school
unless It .was reasonably pure that the
minimum number ot boys' (fifty) ,coud
be maintained and this did not 5ec:n
to, bd .the case, judging from, the smalt
number: enrolleoV .lt was. also
ed unwise to, make.the experiment
the Girls Industrial Schocl Lo aided
to the Kaiulani ecbocl. :
V.Tcr a gensral Industrial ioho'ol the
heeds and ; work were - outlined about
as foil ows: ' ''' h 1 '- '
, ";a:rnent--A'fT2ct cf .'iani In "the
vicinity of Honolulu If to 5 acres
Kuitablo ' ; for ,' cultivation . . of fora-o
plsnt-. : vcstables, fruit,' etc.
,;'Tai!din-3. for. scnool' rcom,- dining
room, fsrsewicg rcora. . :
; "Ci::s3 for .'; blacksmith," carpenter
work etc; ': - V; 7 '7r ; ' "''
'Caildiags' for laundry, dairy, !chich
ens, cto.. - .. r ; : f. 7 - ;
4Ui h cserfcuildin g3 2a ay " 1 3 ' c f very
tihaplo' construction, ;nloit'cf them cf
the pavilion typo. 7 ' . ;7 . .
';'Tn-thl3 .school '.the c' -7r:
might 'occupy ML 2 f..t :n-fi-'r.
rO to 12, with C: --.:- -It
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as t r: i ti ' '
cc.aay f.r t....a
i3 r.o small storo c a
mada such r-'
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years. .
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tween V: - r!! vet 1
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:7; .t'.;r ''' 71 t -V1 "T . , 'jr " "TT A furnished ? by ,tho 'Commlssiona; and ed unwise to, makethe experiment, un-; jjtrt??.;' rC:;7' -7.7 :? -vvv - a-; - . -;r r.
-7:-.;'7-.Ji;.'-- i .rt u jJ- mustbe',accompanied-M3y;a':;cerUfied iessv.sncceas ;was ;assured;-'i-Jt : r.f (&U n.v-i: rj;.':- 7;, ' r'iv r J7-- :a,"-,v ..V."f 77
: C- v CHict: 1412 Nuuana CW cor. Vintyard check amounting to not less thin 6 decided to postpone , tie estaiUshnler4 ( ( Wi&fS . .r, "7 7'T7rv' .r" "TN '-ir' Y' Y3 7 ' ' "
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fVr;:v.'.OOc Uours: t to U sw-ta. T.to I -Y-7U? U AAVADSWORTHr Crtate a Demand.77aat tV.L. tA -L - lAS y-ir y ' . . . ,
" 7 ' - 7:. p.- m... Sundays by appointment '7 v- 7 7 V - Secretary -MaulLoatf rand ; ' In' order to create ai demaui " for 7iiv:.'ir;''7. 'V- :'7"--'7; .77 -'7-' 7;';, ' ; ;7;:.. :.iC7' -':;i: -- a,va . 7 .
V-'--, .. ; Residences- 50 N. Vineyard. Etreet, r&j.Cemtal8&om-? such a .sehooLMt has; been "suggested fcVi 7:7- 7-
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ft gularVpr1ce;$30 ;V,:'i'j .''-iy'": t'.; , iVltj ; .'.''Sale:- priced '$20 ,'
ftesular' price, -$2.50. 7J . .". i v. V. , , . . V. . :. . . ; ; i .77. .T.Sale price, ' .1.75 7
Regular price,! t.50Q ;Vil uiVwV .i : Z.sjy.?-, 1. . . 8ale7 price, ' 1,C0 ;
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-; sMbroid'epjesi : ; eiibroidepjes! :
VThese ! are Embroideries-of C
how; pretty lhe patterns werp, and o7cheaply jtheywereBoldal One lot"
morc.ot tnesc nig rawes in new; patterns. f
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INSSRTfONS-Regular seiling price. 10c and .15c..7.5c and, 3,yds. for.25c :
iv -"v.a ::':' ? i s? - -'.:v'ii a i--- -:t-i '
EDGINGS Regular selling price,' 10c and 15c. . A . . .fic.and 3 yds. for 25c
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NG& Regular selling .price 1 20c and 25c? to close 10c and 2 yds. for 2Se 7
CdRSET;;iOyERSrv18;lnehes wide Regular selling price, 20c and 35c; to
;, clbseour.at
GALOONS Regular: selling-. pric.,20c'.;i;ivV..To;'"cto
.7Tl5carfd 20cper yd.
"a t. - " f.y - j; -"-.v t-f; V-- v . v""if' ir.:,.-1 a.'r r f '"- aX,-' :' .
gular: tei!l!a,iprice20c
Our. entire: EMBROIDERY; LlNEj going to be on display and cut 60 per..
cent-While theyMast-V'75a:7a;
WEINVITE THE LAblES TO CALL AND INSPECT. THIS BI& OFFERING '.
inline; sniau, .-.A-i- -tf'iiU-.v 'ifv 1 '.tW'---.-
so consider- '- :H-:iiy'.
eriment.ua- ;tiSnrt?ir!'f
:PECE-G00B3 v7.j:;
'77 V;'--'LAVN-C3 INSHZ3 Vl EI ID-YA.VD LI ;.:;.
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