Newspaper Page Text
If you wish Prosperity
Advertise in the News
WAILUKU, MAUI, H. T., SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1905
W-hattis Best'for'Ma'ui '
' "Is'Best for the News
J. M. VIVAS
ATTOUNEY AT LAW
WAILUKU. : : : : MAUI.
GEO. S AIKEN, D. D. S.
Office, Kawaipai, Puunene and
''''K'kiim.vi. Telephone 82
HqUrs. 9 A. M. to 4. P. M.
) EDMUND H. HART
' notakv puhmo, conveyenoer and
f Aoent to Grant Marriage License
Oflice, Circuit Court, 2nd Circuit
MRS. A. POOLE
.High Street Opp. Walluku School
if j- i
!(j'et -a-Rubber Hose
k'ricka Lawn 'Mower
to begin with .
ou-can buy both
cha)est at the
j V.'A. VETLESEN, Prop.
1 . . .
HONOLULU, H. T
I This name on a Package
f'Dfugs or Medicine is a
guarantee of the SUPERIOR
QUALITY of the Article.
All first class stores handle
aMAUNA' LOA TIME TABLE
LEAVES HONOLULU 12 M.
For Lahaina, Maalaea Ray and
TUESDAY SEP. 2G
FRIDAY t)CT. G
LEAVES M AALAEA BAY, 8 P. M.
For IIonohii.ii, on
THURSDAY SEPT. 21
MONDAY OCT. 2
For particulars, Freight & Passago
Navigation Co Lt'il,,
WILL ESTABLISH A '
LOCAL STEAMER LINE
A Movement on Foot By Honolulu Business Men
To Operate a Steamer Between the :
Islands and San Francisco.
BOARD OF EDUCATION MAKES RULES
Rules Bring the Department Down to a Business
Working Basis. Systematizing Work For all
in the Employ of the Department.
NEW RULES GOVERNING
HONOLULU, Sept. 12. The
now rules and regulations of tho
Department of Public Instruction
were formally transmitted to Super
intendent J. C. Davis yesterday
with the Governor's approval.
These form tho new law of tlie de
partment and take effect immedi
ately. After rules pertaining to tho
duties of tho Superintendent, secre
tary, assistant secretary and school
agent, stenograper and book clork,
tho following govern the actions of
district agents, teachers and pupild.
DUTIES OF SCHOOL AGENTS.
1. To carry out all acts, orders,
instructions and regulations of the
2. To have charge, under ths
'direction of the Department, of all
property of the Department in their
respective districts, and when oc
casion, requires to call tho attention
of the Department to needed im
3. In tho absence of the inspec
tor, to suspend, according to tho
school law, a teachfcr for cause and
to appoint a substitute subject to
the approval of tho Department.
4. To engage and dismiss jani
tors and truant officers
5. To act as tho financial agents
of the Department in their respec
Truant officora may bo appoint
ed by the school agent in any dis
trict, subject to the approval of tho
Department, and their compensa
tion determined in tho same man
Truant officers shall visit tho
several schools assigned them as
ofton as tho School Agent may
direct; shall obtain lists of absentees
and look tho pupils up, ondcavor
ing to secure their attendance at
school, and shall report to the
school agents at such times as may
DUTIES OF PRINCIPALS.
1. To classify the pupils of his
school and to assign his assistants
to tho different rooms or grades.
2. To outlino tho work of the
term for ins assistants in accor
dance with tho course of study.
3. To make rules and regula'
tions for his assistants and pupils
necessary to tho proper conduct of
tho school to be in conformity with
tho rules and regulations of tho
4. To admit and releaBO pupils
according to tho school law and re
gulations of tho Department.
5. To assume and exercise gene
nil and frequent supervision over
the teaching and discipline of the
0. Each principal shall be re
sponsible for tho proper caro of all
school nronortv in his charce. and
he shall mako such rules and regu
lations in accordance with the
school law, as aro necessary for his
teachers to nBSist him m the same,
7. To seo that all registers and
records of tho school aro properly
Kept, and that all reports as requir
ed by tho Department aro correctlv
made and promptly transmitted to
8. To make reasonable rules
for tho conduct of pupils on tho
school grounds and on their way to
and from school.
9. No principal shall admit to
any public or privalo school any
child who does not produce a certi
ficate of vaccination or show signs
of successful vaccination.
10. Any principal who violates
tho foregoing section shall be dealt
with according to law.
11. No principal shall aitmit in
to any public school or privalo
school any child afilicted with any
infectious or contagious disease, or
retain in the above named schools
any child found to be afilicted with
any infectious or contagious disease,
12. To hold himself responsible
to the Department for tho proper
conduct of his school in all respects.
DUTIES OF ASSISTANT
1. To prepare, with the assist
ance of the principal, and to place
on hie at the beginning of tho term
a daily program, an outlirio of tho
term's work and at tho close of
each term a list of all work done.
2. To teach the subjects of tho
course of study as outlined by tho
d. io keep a correct record as
indicated by the school register,
and to make reports of the same as
directed by tho Department.
4. io caro lor tho school pro
perty and to assist in the supervi
sion of the pupils during inter
mission as indicated by tho De
partment through tho principal of
5. To bo present at school every
day at least fifeen minutes before
nine o'clock a. in.
6. To hold school from 9 a. m.
to 2 p. m. all school days except
on tho last day of tho school year,
on which day tho schools may be
closed at noon.
7. And at tho end of each term
to make and transmit to tho prin
cipal of tho school an inventory of
all property in his or her charge
belonging to the Department.
1. All children between tho
ages of six and fifteon, both in
clusive, shall attend regularlj7 ei
ther a public or privato school,
provided, however, that compulsory
attendance be not required under
tho following conditions:
(a), Where the distance to the
nearest 6chool is more than four
(b) When the child is, according
to physician s certificate, physical
ly or mentally unable to attend
(c) When the child is under the
tutelage of a competent person.
(d) When tho child, not under
ago of thirteen, shall have passed
the required examination of both
the primary and grammar grades
such examinations to bo fixed by
2. No child shall be considered
as complying with tho law as to
attendance at school who shall
attend any school not established
and conducted according to law
3. Any child who shall por
sistently absent himsolf from school
without lawful reasons shall bo
dealt with according to law. Seo
Sec. 33 Revised Laws. '
4. Each child shall bo required
to attend school in his own dis
trict unless it shall appear desir
able to tho Department to allow
him to attend in somo other dis
trict, in which case tho Depart
ment or school agent may grant
5. No child within Bohool ago
shall bo granted a release from tho
Bchool ho1 is attending for tho pur
pose of going to another school
without first presenting tho written
approval of his parents or guardians
which approval shall set forth
good and sufficient reasons for
0. Any teacher who shall vio
lato the preceding section shall bo
dealt with according to law.
PROMOTION OF TEACHERS.
SCHEDULE OF TEACHERS.
(1) This schedule is not to bo
considered in tho nature of a con
tract botwecn tho Department and
tho teachers; it may bo altered and
suspended at any time if it be
(2) Schools will bo classified and
salaries fixed at the beginning of
each 6chool year. Satisfactory sov
ices only will entitle a teacher to
a rise of salary.
(3) Teachers obtaining Normal
Certificates will bo allowed for one
year's experience. Half the time
taught in the United - States or
Canada will bo allowed.
(4) A teacher promoted to a
higher position will begin at the
lowest salary of that position, and
if for one year his services have
been satisfactory, all previous ex
perience may be allowed.
(5) Competent teachers in un
desirable locations, or where living
is unusually expensive, may be
paid above the schedule.
Schools shall bo classified as
Elementary Schools and High and
Normal Training Schools.
Tho salaries of teachers in the
Elementary Schools shall bo re
gulated according to the following
schedule based on certificate held
and length of satisfactory service:
Schools, ist Class
Pirst year 600.00
Third year... 660.00
Sixth year... 720.00
Ninth year... 7S0.00
Twelfth year 840.00
Holders of Normal School diplo-
(Continued on page 2)
WILL ESTABLISH LOCAL t
HONOLULU, Sept. 9.--Certain
business men of this city, who
have tho welfare of tho Territory
very much at heart, havo come to
tho conclusion that Honolulu has
not received tho treatment that
she has tho right to expect at the
hands of somo of tho Pacific steam
ship companies and a movement
is on foot looking to the building
and running of an up-o-dato ocean
passenger and freight carrier be
tween this port and San Francisco
a steamship of tho most approved
stylo to be constructed by Hawaiian
capital and operated by a Hawaiian
company with headquarters in
Ono million dollars will bo
necessary to realize the plans now
Sugar men will probably put up
most of the money. Tho scheme
will benefit all other interests in
theso Islands if it is carried out.
There is inclined to bo some op
position from somo of the big sugar
capitalists, but there is money
enough in the country, and to
spare, to put tho proposition throu
gh in time and, in the end, the
Hawaiian-owned vessol will prove
a blessing even to those who may
now opposo tho idea.
This shaping of plans is tho out
growth of the old movement to get a
boat, by charter or otherwise, to
ruu between Honolulu and San
Francisco, particularly agitated
last year without any results, tho
tho sugar men turning down a
proposition to guaranteo each trip
a certain amount of freight.
The passing by of tho Korea and
tho Siboria, their cutting out
Honolulu on tho homeward run,
has added oil to the flames of tho
independent Bpirit coming to know
itself among local men of affairs
and tho two or threo who have
gathered together to put their
shoulders to tho wheel of local
progress and force conditions, aro
determined that no stono shall bo
left unturned to bring about suc
cess. Tho proposition is now boing
worked up through tho prelimi
nary stages and tho matter will bo
presented to tho momed men 111 a
manner that will convinco them of
tho advisability of the investment.
AMERICAN GOODS IN
CHINA GO BEGGING
An Overstocked Market and No Demand Cause
Serious Conditions-Parisian Finan
cier Commits Suicide.
Mob D enounces Government and Demand Peace Terms
Be Broken. Togo's Flagship Reported Exploded.
Bennington Courtmarshal Hearing.
Sugar 90 deg. lest., 3. 80 Beets, 8s. Gd.
TOKIO, Soptcinbor 12. The cabinet ministers have cllcrcd thoir-resignations,
but they were not accepted. At a mass meeting in Osaka the
government was denounced and tho breaking of the new peace demanded.
By common compact all flags were half masted.
GUNDSCHU, Sept. 12. Tho representatives of both armies meot
Wednesday at Chakodza between the lines to arrange an armistice.
ROME, Sept. 12. King Emanuel is personally visiting and succoring
the districts devastated by the Calabria earthquake. American Embassa
dor Henry White has contributed $100,000 to the fund being gatbored, for
tho relief of tho sufTorers.
ST. PETERSBURG, Sept. 12. The situation at Baku is growing
worse. The Tartars and Kurds aro plundering everywhere. Soldiers
havo killed 17 workmen.
HELS1NGFORS, Sept. 12. Tho officials havo captured, in the Gulf
of Bothnia, a steamer loaded with rifles and ammunition. Tho expedition
is believed to bo part of the Russian insurrectionary movement.
TOKIO, Sept. 12. Railway Magnate E. II. Havtimauhas been pre
NEW YOPvK, Sept. ll.Twolvo persons were killed and 40 injured
here today in an accident on an elevated railroad.
WARSAW, Sept. 11. In consequence of the execution oi Kasviak, a
Socialist leador, tho factory hands of Warsaw havo struck.. Troops aro
patrolling tho city.
GODZIANA, Manchuria, Sept. 11. -General Ovanovsky of Genera
Linevitch's stalT has been apoointcd, with plenipotientary powers, to'meet
tho Japanese representatives for tho purpose of arranging tho armistice
between tho Japanese and Russian armies.
NEW YORK, Sept. 11. The departuro of the Japanese Peace Com
missioners for Japan will probably bo delayed on account of tho illness of
MADRID, Sopt. 11. The elections assure the eovercmont of an im
portant majority in the Cortes.
LONDON, Sopt. II. It is roported here that Minister Takahlra,
who has represented Japan at Washington, will bo appointed to a similar
position at St. Pctcrtburg.
TOKIO, Sopt. 11. Recent arrests in connection with tho riots over
tho poaco terms number 1050. The government is inclined to leniency. A
normal condition of quiot is returning. The chief of police lids' resigned and
the Minister of Home Affairs will probably resign iu"coilsequcnco of the
SAN FRANCISCO, Sept. 9. Bntt was knocked out by Battliug
Nelson in tho eighteenth round. Eddio Greany was chosen referee' at tho
ringside. Tho fight lasted for eighteen hot rounds, at tlie end of which
Britt was put out. 'J'
SHANG EIAI, Sept. 15. Eight million dollars worth of American
goods are hero in warehouses. An overstocked market and no movo
meat. Tlie question of disposal is a serious one.
PARIS, Sopt. 15. Baron Gunoeb'uan a noted financier committed
suicide yesterday. Ho had lost heavily on sugar. n
GUNSCnU, Sept. 15.-The armistice has been signed.
LONDON, Sept. 14. Tho terms of
upon between Oyama and Lmcovitch.
ed botween tho armies. Reinforcement of cither army is prohibited, anil
all troups en route will be stopped. Naval operations aro not effected by
VALLEJO, Sept. 14. The Bennington court marshal begun 'to-day.
TOKYO, Sept. 12, The battleship, Mikasa, Admiral Togo's flagship,
caught firo to day spreading to and exploding tho magazine, killing 59!).
Admiral Togo was not on board. '
TOKIO, Sopt. 9. Tho progressionists havo passed resolutions con
demning tho Government. Several newspapers havo been suspended. Tho
excitement is subsiding;
YORK, PA., Sopt. !).--Five peoplo were killed and forty-two injured
in a street car collision here yesterday.
BERLIN, Sept. O.Thcro woro nineteen, npw cases of cholera horo
yesterday and seven deaths. '
OYSTER BAY, Sept. 9. President Roosevelt entertained tho envoys
at dinner last evening. t
SHANGHAI, Sopt.' 9. Secretary Taft has arrived hero
SEOUL, SeptO. 'Japanese horo condomn tho ppajjo,
' HAVANA, Sopt. 9. Prcsldont Palma has beenrelioinlnated,
Armistice have been definiteiyrce?
A neutral zono has boon estnhhtti.