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THE MAUI NEWS-
-SATURDAY, AUGUST 18, 1906
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(Continued from page 3.)
Pohukaina, Honolulu Principal
Mrs. Mary W. Gunn, Miss Lulu Cam
eron, M'ims Lorna K. Iauke-, Miss
Louise Melim, Miss Esther Goo, Miss
Adeline Frar.ca, Mrs. A D. Boyer.
High School, Honolulu Principal
M. M. Scolt, R Sprague, J. H. Don
aghho, Mrs. S. S. Kinney, Mrs. Grace
Crockett, Miss Lena Whitford,
Miss Clara Cameron, Miss Hazel
Hoffman, Miss Elizabeth Yoch vice
Grammar Department, Honolulu
Miss M. M. Yoder, vice Miss Need
ham, promoted, Miss Kathrine Wood
ford vice Yoder promoted, Miss Isa
Central Urammar, Honolulu Prin
cipal Miss Harriet Needham trans
ferred and proirotcd, Miss Margaret
Looniis transferred from Normal,
Miss E. H. Bicknell, Mrs. Louise
Taylor, Miss Jane L. Winne, Miss M.
H. Dougles, Miss M. J. Coursen, Miss
Alice Greene, Miss Anna V. Deas,
Miss A. J. Gault transferred from
Royal, Honolulu Principal Rev.
A. Mackintosh, Robert Law, Miss
Juliet Taner, Miss Mabel Ladd, Mrs.
Alice Brown, Miss Louisa Brick wood,
Miss Mollie Grace, Miss Anna Soren
son, Miss Ada Lycett, Miss Helen
C. Smith, -Miss Jean Angus, Miss
Annie Goo Kim, Miss Gertrude
Whiteman, Mrs.S. H. Douglas, Miss
Sadie Ms Lain, Miss Frances Binclt,
Mis Wilhelinina Schmidt, new ap
pointment, Miss Maria Marcillino
transferred from Ililo Union, Miss
Mille Morris transferred from Huelo.
Normal, Honolulu Principal ' Ed
gar Wood, W. T. Pope, Miss Ida
MacDouald, Mrs. L. G. Marshall,
Miss Margaret Cooke, Miss Marion
Bell, Miss M. I. Zlegler.
Practice, Honolulu Principal Mrs.
E. L. Wood, Miss M. T. Kluegel,
Miss Blanche Soper, Miss Florence
Hill, Miss Carlotta Stewart, Miss
Kathleen Monsari at, Miss Ida Gilles
pie vice Mrs. Bridgewater, resigned.
Pauoa Principal Mrs. Louisa Lu
cas, Miss Maria Piikoi.
Maemae Miss Myra Angus, trans
ferred from Kauluwela, Miss Maud
Jiian, Miss Victoria Jordan. Miss
Kauluwela Principal Miss Rhoda
Green, transferred from Maemae,
Mrs. Margaret Wong, Miss Sophie
Beermau, Miss Chin Kau, Miss Edith
Nichols, transferied from Royal, Miss
Mollie Aloiau, transferred from Ka
Kaiulani, Palama Principal Mrs.
N. L. D. Frasher, Miss Julia N.
Snow, Miss Lizzie Ayau, Miss Mary
Lofquist, Mrs. Mary A. Wood, Miss
Florence Lynch, -Miss May Giles,
Miss Maud Johnstone, Miss Kate
Melntyre, Miss Airr.ee Mossman, Miss
Mary Franca, Miss I. K. Dayton.
Kalihiwaena Principal J. N. Tag
gard, Mrs. J. N. Tuggard.Miss Ethel
Horner, Mrs. Emma Hottel, Mins
Olive Horner, Miss G. McCorriston
C. F. True, tiansferred from Kaulu
Kalihiuka Principal Eli Snyder,
For sale by KAHULUI STORE.
Cunst Eakin Cigar Co.
Moanalua Principal Mrs. Clara
Honolulu Mrs. C. R. Yarndley,
music teacher; Mrs. A. B. Tucker,
music teacher; MUs Margaret Moss
man, assistant music teacher; Miss
Nina J. Adams, teacher physical cul
ture; C. D. Mayfield, manual training,
Aiea Principal Miss Carrie Clay-
pool, Miss Lillian Claypool, Miss
Nellie Rickard, Miss Eihel Monsar-
at, new appointment.
Pearl City Principal Mrs. J. N.
Bell, Miss Kealoha Hookano.
Waipahu Principal Mrs. Sophie
Overend, Mrs. Tillie Williams, Miss
Anna Danfcrd, Miss Martha Nielsen.
Honouliuli Principal Miss. M. A.
Smith, Miss Eva Boswell, vice Miss
Koelling, ri signed, Miss Hattle Ayau
vice Miss Ekland, resigned.
Waialua Principal Mrs. M. H.
Churchill, Miss L. K. Kawainui, Miss
M. K. Taplin, Mrs. Eldora Deacon,
Miss Mikala Kepaa, new appoint
ment. Wahiawa Principal Miss M. K.
Waianae Principal F.J. Nobrega,
new appointment, Miss R. K. Hana--maikai
new appointment, Mrs. Susan
Kahuku Principal -Miss Augusta
Bruce, Miss Christopherson.
Kaaawa Principal D. B. Kuhina,
transferred from Katnalo.
Hauula - Principal Mrs. L. M.
Smith, Miss M. Toilefson, transferred
Waiahole Principal Miss A. E.
Mudge, Miss V. Eckstrand.
Kaneohe Principal Zach Mc-
Keague, John Kanekoa, transferred
Kailua Principal Akuni Ahau.
Waimanalo Principal J. K; Kaa-
La, transferred from Kaneohe.
Ililo High Principal F. A. Richmond,
Miss Mary F. Totter, Cyril C. Smith, W.
L. Clark, new appointment.
Ililo Union Principal Miss Josephine
Deyo, Miss Alice West, Miss Helen Sev
erance, Miss Louise Deyo, Miss Mary
Deyo, Miss Lilinoe Hapai, Miss Harriet
Hapai, Miss K. Bohnenberg, Miss Clara
Stone, Miss MaryForbes, Miss Esther Ly
man, new appointment, Mrs. Maud Beers,
transferred from Olaa 9 miles, Mrs. Anna
A. Kai, transferred from Haaheo.
Waiakea Principal Miss Louisa Hapai.
Kaiwiki Principal MissKalc-i Ewaliko,
transferred from Papaikou, Miss Emily
Ewaliko, new appointment.
Haaheo Principal Miss Alice McCord,
Miss Stephanie Guard, Miss Emma F.
Porter, transferred from Kaiwiki,
Laupahoehoe Principal C. H. Swain,
S. J. Maluo, Miss J. M. Barnard.
Pohakupuka Principal Miss Rebecca
Macy, Miss Georgia Allen, transferred
Honomu Principal V. A. Carvalho,
Mrs. V. A. Carvalho, Miss A. Carvalho,
M. R. Baptiste.
Pepeekeo Principal Miss P. R. Dillon,
on leave, Miss Elvira Osorio temporary
principal, Miss Kutheriue Howard.
Oiioinea Principal Leon Malterre.Miss
Papaikou Principal Wm. McCluskey,
Miss fc. Akamu, Mrs. II. Ludluu, on
leave, Miss Emma Osorio, during Mrs.
Ludloff's absence, Thos. Naliiwa, new
appointment, Miss Christina Gertz, trans
ferred from Kaiwiki.
Ookala Principal A. J. Ignacio.
Hakalau Principal E. S. Capellas,
Mrs. E. S. CapelUs.
Olaa 13 miles Principal Mrs. C. E.
King, Miss Mary Nailimr, transferred
from Mount. View..
Olaa 9 miles Principal Miss Adelaide
Ward, Mrs. Sarah Weatherbee, Mrs. W.
II. Finche, Mrs. Bertha Spencer, trans
ferred from Ainakea.
Mt. View Principal Mrs. M. L. Wake
field, Miss A. P. Cliing, transferred from
Olaa 12 miles.
Pahoa Principal Mrs. Oma Holland
vice M. J. Soares, resigned.
Kapoho Principal Mrs. L. M. Carpen
Kauaea Principal David B. Keawe
hano. Kamaili Principal Miss Adelia Kau-
Kalapana Principal Dan Kaloi, Mrs.
Squattersville Closed, lack of num
bers. Fahala Principal Miss M. de Carmo,
on leave, Mrs. M. A. Mann, substitute
principnl, Miss Zelica Peternian, new ap
Hilea Principal H. E. Wilson, Mrs.H.
Honuapo Principal Moses Malakaua.
Waiohinu Principal MissB. B. Taylor,
on leave, Miss Lily Auld, temporary
principal, Miss Jennie Jones; Mrs. S.
Kauhane, substitute during Taylor leave
Kamaoa Principal Miss Louisa Meil
Milolii Principal Abraham Pohina.
Papa Principal E. K. Iona.
Alae Principal Thos. N. Haae, Miss
Hookena Principal T. K. R. Amalu,
Mrs. T. K. R. Amalu, Miss Katie Kaai.
Honaunau Principal Lot K. Kauwe,
Napoopoo Principal R. L. Ogilvie,
Miss Sarah Kamauoha.
Konawaena Principal Miss Florence
Rathbun, on leave, Mrs. R. Baker, dur
ing Miss Rathbun's leave, Miss Mae
Paris, Julian Yates, acting principal dur
ing Rathbun leave, Miss Mary Ackerman.
" Keauhou Principal Manuel de Corte,
Mrs. Julia Kawewehi.
Holualoa Principal Mrs. M. F. Scott,
Mrs. I. T. Maydwell, Miss E. Carlson,
Miss Amy Ching, Miss Lam You Ching,
Kailua Principal Thos. Ayau, Miss
Trinidad Marcos, transferred from Hono
kohau, Miss Katherine Clark, transferred
Honokohau Principal E. M. Muller,
transferred from Puuanahulu, Miss Alice
Muller, new appointment
Kalaoa Principal J. N. Komoniua,
Makalawena Principal Henry Korao-
Puuanahulu Principal E. Kekuewa,
Kawaihae Principal Samuel Kaaekua
Waimea Principal Robert Kihoi,
transferred from Waipio. One room
Puako Not yet filled.
Puuhue Principal Mrs. Carrie Luhiau
Honoipu Principal Emil de Harne
transferred from Honomakau.
Honomakau Principal Miss Maud
Woods, promoted, Miss Ella P, Quinn
Mi ) Alice Laing, trauferred from Hono
Kapaftu Principal E. W. Ward.
Ainnkea Principal Mrs. Alice M.
Bond, Miss Eliza Atkins, Mrs. G. N.
Batchelder, Mrs. Tullock, new appoint
ment. Halawa Principal Mrs. Florence Pat
ton. Miss N. Kay.
Makapala Principal Miss Edith Bond,
Mrs. Tatnar Hussey, Miss Ace Akina,
Mrs. L. McKenzie.
Pololu Principal Miss Mary Kala.
Waimanu Principal J. K. A.Kaimana.
Waipio Principal J. K. Kealoha, Sol
omon Burke, transferred from Puako. No
Kuknihaele Principal Joe de Silva,
Keehia Principal J. M. Kuhn9.
Kaauhuhu Principal Mis9 Hattie Saf
fery. Ahualoa Principal John Ferreida,
Mrs. Nellie Perreida, Joseph Cypriauo,
Miss Elizabeth Long.
Honokaa Principal II. F. Sturtevant,
Mrs. L. Overend, Chas. G. Williams,
transferred from Paauilo.Miss A. Kama
kawiwoole, new appointment
Kaapahu Principal J. V. Marciel,
Mrs. J. V. Marciel.
Paauilo Principal Eugene Horner,
Mrs. K. Askew, Miss Alice Winter, trans
ferred from Waianae.
Kalae Principal Mis9 Ellen Sobey.
Kaunakakai Principal Mrs. Lucy
Kamalo Principal Miss Hannah Kaa
hanui, new appointment.
Kaluaaha Principal Mrs. Wm. Anahu,
on leave, D.H. Kahaulelio, substitute for
Waialua Principal A. K. Cathcart.
Halawa Principal Mathew Kane,
transferred from Kaupo.
Pelekunu Principal Miss Emily Nao
pala. Wailau Principal Miss Emma Kane,
transferred from Halawa.
Kalaupapa Principal John T. Unea.
Haena Principal Mrs. .Kaiawe, Miss
Hanalei Principal Miss Florence Dev-
erill, Ching Kui Amona, new appoint
ment. One room not yet filled.
Koolau Principal Miss Emma Kaipu.
Kilauea Principal Miss Hattie J.
Ticer, Miss Eva Shaw, Miss Victoria Ma
hikoa, Miss M. Riedell.
Kapaa Principal P. L. Tople, Mrs.
Carrie Tople, Miss Rose Aloiau, Miss
Cora W. Kennedy, new appointment,
K. Kealoha new appointment.
Anahola Principal Miss Anna Thro-
nas, tran ferred from Kaakopua.
Hanamaulu Principal Miss C. A.
Mumford, Miss Lottie Jordan, Miss Katie
Lihue Principal J. B. Alexander, Mrs.
B. Alexander, Mrs. Ella Christian,
Miss Elsie Wilcox, Miss Hannah Sheldon,
transferred from Kekaha. Mrs. Kawena
Kaulili, transferred from Huleia.
Huleia Principal Mrs. L. H. Mesick,
transferred from Squattersville.
Koloa Principal Tolin Bush, Mrs.
Henry Blake, Miss Bertha Pieler, Miss
Edith Dunn, Mrs. L. A. Miller.
Kalaheo Principal Miss Violet Lima,
transferred from Hanapepe, Miss Top
ham, new appo ntment.
Hanapepe Principal H. H. Brodie,
Miss Mabel Hastie, Miss Janet Hastie,
Mis9 Mary Aylett, new appointment,
Miss Julia Kupihea, transferred from
Makaweli Principal Miss Mary Star-
bird, transferred from Hana, Miss Daza
Barnes, transferred from Kalaheo, Miss
Waimea Principal Mrs. Pauline Om-
stead, temporary principal, Miss Emma
Puuohau, Mrs. Lucy Wright, Miss L.
Akina. One room not yet filled.
Kekaha Principal Miss Christina
Finkler, Miss Dorothy Wbittington,
Miss Afung Ontai, new appointment
Mana Principal D. Prigge, Jr. Sew
ng teacher discontinued.
Niihau Principal E. K. Kahale.
Japanese Paper Wants
Warship Sent to Hawaii.
The Hawaiian - Japanese Daily
Chronicle Is excited over the treat
ment of Japanese In Hawaii and
wants a warship sent here. It says
that members of its "honorable race
are treated in a most disagreeable
and unpleasant manner; receiving all
kinds of insolence and contempt the
same as the lowest class of people
like the inferior Dagos and the gree
isn t ibis ground lor another 1 ace
meeting at the Orpheum?
. The Chronicle then adds:
"Was there not a man
death by pouring oil over
and setting fire thereto?
"Was there not school children ob
jected to in the public school on ac
count of race?
"Were no physicians refused a li
cense to practice medicine in the
Territory, because they could not
"Were there not saloon keepers
who could not obtain a license, be
cause some voters made kicks, be
ing paid to do so?
"Were there not contractors pre
vented from bidding on public con
struction or to work on them, be
cause they were not citizens?
"Were there not Buddhists who
desired a charter for religious wor
ship, and had it refused by a narrow
minded and bigoted officer, who took
it upon himself to think it was a pat
riotic organization more than a reli
gious one, in this free country where
the people are allowed free speech,
free press, and free worship?
"Is there not a bill being devised
now, among the white liquor dealers
and hypocrits, who desire to plunder
the right to sell booze from the Nip
ponese to be introduced in the com
"If we k?ep on like this, there will
be no end, and soon everything will
pertain to the white race only, and it
may some day restrict all the indus
tries in the Territory to American
"Then what will our Interests in
Hawaii be? What benefit will Nip
pon have in sending her people here
to assist in the welfare of the island
territory? It is just as well to shut
up the country to the Nipponese if
they are afraid to allow this friendly
nation to have a little chance for
"More oppression and more Insults,
when it reaches the utmost point
theie will be a collision between the
two races, and it may lead to a dis
turbance of the peace of both na
tions." Now comes the threat of war and
"We believe that It is very im
portant for our government to fol
low the example of Great Britain and
and United States of America, to
DISPATCH HER WAR VESSELS
TO THE FOREIGN PORTS
WHE'iE MOST OF HER SUB
JECTS RESIDE, and protect any
rights and interests which they al
ready have by conditions of treaty.
Especially to the countries glike Ha
waii where the white people treat
the Nipponese with insolence, and
where this is getting worse every
day, the government should keep a
war vessel here continually; so it
may attract the attention of these
AND IMPOLITE PEOPLE OF HA
WAII. "If we ever have such a misfortune
as to have difficulties with Uncle
Sam, the Hawaiian Territory will be
sure the fuse that causes it. To com
pare our interest and friendly rela
tion with Hawaii to those of the
mainland is not necessary. We would
rather lose Hawaii than lose any
thing from the mainland or cause ill
feeling with our good neighbor.
"The worldjis still large enough.
Besides Hawaii there is much more
room for the superfluous population
of Nippon, lit our government should
stop the passports into Hawaii under
penalty of a severe punishment, for a
year there would be no mere Nip
ponese on the islands in a short time,
and no more bothering those falsely
patriotic people of Hawaii who are
so fearful that the Nipponese might
take their country from themes they
did from the kanaka.
"We ask our government to keep
a war vessel here constantly in order
to evade all disturbances. If not,
then we wish the government to de
cide at once to grant no more pass
ports for Hawaii in order to keep
our race from theislands where we
can not insure our rights, and guaran
tee our interests. We can not afford
to lose the friendship of the father of
our civilization on account ot Hawaii.
"We know that the Hawaiian will
never love us, they keep us here be
cause they can not get any other
race. As soon as they find any suit
able settlers for Hawaii, they will
drive us out. It is about time to pack
our trunks and get ready to desert
the islands to escape future misunder
standing with our best friend, Uncle
To Amend Liquor Laws
And Raise. The Teachers.
At a meeting of the executive com
mittee of the Republican Territorial
Central Committee at noon today, at
Republican headquarters on Fort
street, with A. G. Robertson In the
chair, the drafting of the platform of
the party, to be promulgated at the
Territorial Convention to be held in
Wailuku, Maui, on September 8th,
was lniormauy discussed.
Something To Be
We have just engaged a first
cass Carriage trimmer from Ho
nouu and'are now prepared to
execute a work In this line, in a
workmanike mnnner, at reason
Also carriage, house and sign
painting done at short notice.
Phone for our prices at any time
Shop on Church St.
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The BISMARK STABLES
apposes to run the Leading Livkrt
Stable Business on MAUI
DRUMMERS' LIGHT WAGQNS
Excursion Rates to Iao and Ha'e-
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NEW RIGS--NEW TEAMS
. ICE CREAM PARLOR
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Market Street, - - - Wailuku.
Telephone 4. - - - P. O. Box 17.
A. O. M. Robertson remarked that
on the last occasion of the kind the
Republican leaders held an informal
conference in the office of the Gov
ernor in regard to the platform.
After the meeting one ot the exe
cutive committee remarked that it
did not follow that there would be
any conference in the Governor's
office this year, although the Gov
ernor's views might be given the op
portunity of expression.
It was suggested by the Chair that
it seemed that a liquor plank ought
to go into the platform.
"Do you mean that we should favor
amendments to the liquor law?" was
"Yes, I do. There seems to be
kicks on the present liquor law from
everybody, from the prohibitionists to
the rum sellers themselves ."
"Then we should not forget the
education platform and the raising
of the teachers' salaries," said the
Everybody agreed that the teach
ers needed more money.
The executive committee met to
consider kicks from the Seventh and
Eleventh precincts of the Fifth Dis
trict la regard to alleged non-resi
dents holding office in the clubs, but
deferred the matter until tomorrow
Tim executive committee banded
down its decision on the protest in
the Eleventh Precinct of the Fifth
District this afternoon. The decision
holds that the Board of Registration
was at fault and recommends that
the error be corrected by the Pre
cinct Clubs on their re organization.
Bulletin, Aug. 7.