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THE MAUI NEWS
'S ATURD AY, NOVEMBER 17, 1906
Old refrigerators give lodgment to germs. So
also do refrigerators that are damp. The
is built on the latest and most sciontilie princi
) i microbe simply can't live in it.
It will stand the "match tost" for dampness
the simplest and surest test you can give for the
greatest defect a refrigerator can have. Leave
a match in it all night and it will strike as good
as over in the morning.
The eonard is undo to be taken apart and
New stock now at
H. Hackfeld & Co., Ltd.
Maui Wine & Liquor Co.
:dirbct from the brewery
Paul Jones, Cutter
Cream Pure Rye Whiskies
. Special delivery every hour in Wailuku.
Time to Begin
Regin hatching in the Fall ami raise the young ohiehs dur
ing the cool montsh of Winter and early Spring. That is what
observant poultry raisers say. Less likelihood of horehead aiid
chicks are stronger.
A CYPHERS INCUBATOli
will start you right. It is the best incubator made. Better than
a dozen hens. New supply now ready at
E. O. HALL & SON, Ltd.
HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL POULTRY SUPPLIES.
Corner Market and Main Sts.
NOTHING BUT THE BEST OF
WELL KNOWN STANDARD RRANDS OF
WINES, WHISKEYS, CORDIALS,
LIQUEURS, RAINIER AND PRIMO
25c 2 glasses 25c
SPORTING ISLAND PEOPLE
. KIVIURA, Proprietor.
When you want your carriage repaired to laHt e
bring it to the right shop.
GENERAL BLACKSMITH1NG HORSE SHOEING.
DAN. T. CAREY
Main St. near Market,
UUPUKLICANS WILL SWAY
The arrival of the news of the
returns from Hawaii makes it -pos
sible to niako up the entire per
sonnel of tho next Legislature. It
will be strongly Republican, but
for the victory of Democrats and
Fusionisls on Hawaii, practically
entirely so. The two Houses will
be us follows:
Senate Oahu: Lane (holdover
R); Dowsutt (holdover (II): Bishop
(holdover) (R); Chillingsworth (R);
Smith (R); McCarthy (D). Maui:
Coelho (R); Hayselden (holdover)
(It); Kalama (holdover) (ID. Kauai:
Knudson (R); Gandall (holdover)
(II). Hawaii: Makekau (D); Woods
(D); Hewitt (holdover) (R); Brown
House Oahu; Castro 'IJ);
Ilughus (It); Kaleo (R), Long (11;)
Quinn (R); Rawlins (R); Corn-a
(R); Kalana (K); Kalciopu (It);
Lcleiwi (R); Mahoe (R); Mahoe
(HR); Paoo (R). Maui: A. J. Gomes
(It); Levi Joseph (R); J. Kaluna
(R); J. Nakalcka (R), Philip Pali
(It), M. P. Waiwaiole (It); Kauai:
Coney (R); Sheldon (It;) Silva (R);
Rice (It). Hawaii: Akau (R); Ka
hana (It); Moanauli tit); Nailima
(It); Kaniho (HR-D); Keouli
(IIR-D); Alawa (HR-D) ; Holstcin
The holdover Senatorp, all Re
publicans, contribute greatly to
wards making the Senate a Re
publican body in the main. Palmer
,Voods will, however, be relieved
of the burden of being the lone
Dumociat, as he was last session,
as there will be three Democrats
this session. All the rest arc Re
publicans. In the House the political parties
are all represented, but in propor
tion the Republican majority is
even greater than it is in the Sen
ate. There are twenty six Repu
blicans, one Homo Ruler and
three Home Rule-Denoerats.'
ANNUAL MEETING OP THE
The member uf the Womans
Guild of the Church of the Good
Shepherd held their annual meet
ing on the 13th instant and elect
ed their officers for the ensuing
The oflieers elected were: Mrs.
J. N. S. Williams, President; Mrs.
W. Ault, Vice-President; Mrs. C.
I). Lufkin, Treasurer; Mrs. Alice
Nicholson, Socty.; Mrs W. A. Mc
Kay, Chairman of Buskst.
Fine Job Printing at the
Maui Publishing Co.
Honolulu, Nov. 13.--Mr. Spraguo,
Instructor In scienco at the High
School, resigned yestorday morning,
the resignation being accepted by
the Board of Education In tho after
noon, as of tho end of the term, un
less Mr. Spraguo wishes to loavo
An alarm clock lies at the bottom
of the resignation, a member of one
of his classes having thoughtlessly
turned tho hands of tho clock around
while intent on a scientific discourse.
When thu hour and the alarm came
in contuct, as the hands revolved,
the bell tinkled merrily. Tho youth
was suspended from school by Mr.
Spragu", but his action was not up
held by the principal owing to ex
tenuating circumstances, and, con
sequently, Mr. Surague immediately
penned his resignation to Superin
Tho Board of Education is lacing a
serious problem. There are eight
commissioners, but rarely more than
three attend tho regular fortnightly
meetings. Mrs. Dowsett, Mr. Far
rington and Mr. Ai urc eenorally
present. Some of tho others have
s ldom been in attendance. Mr. Bab'
bitt prepared a report on attendance
- a sort of school report on the cjm
missiouer.s giving the number of
meetings hold, meetings attended,
and those from which commissioners
wero absent. Mrs. Dowsett gets 100
por cent., Mr. Farrington about 00,
Mr. Ai 80, and Mrs. Jordan next,
Away down tho lino are Mr. von
Holt, Mr. Wight, Mrs. Wilcox and
Mr. Dodge. The thrco highest
generally transact all business.
The action of the teachors' commit
tee in recommending raises in sala
ries of cor tain teachers was approv
ed. This involves Miss Kiuegel, Miss
Monsarrat, Miss Kiuegel, Miss Sop
or, Mrs. Bridgewater, Miss Cooke,
Mrs. Kinney, Mrs. Gunn, Mrs. J. N.
Bell and Mr. Nahiwa. The increase
is due to increased work as a general
The following letter from Miss
Fleming brings to light a state of
affairs found in some public schools
where poor children attend:
Hamakuapoko, Maui, T. H.,
November 1, 100G,
Mr. W. H. Babbitt, Superintendent
of Public Instruction, jjonolulu.
Dear Sir: I beg to acknowledge
the receipt of your favor of October
30, and to thank you for your kind
and prompt reply to the question of
which I wrote you last week.
Since tho Board wishes to consider
each case in which children are al
lowed to remain out of school on ac
count of their parents' needs, I shall
have to ask your attention to two
other cases. These I did not mention
last week for the reason that I ex
pected that your reply might in a
general way cover them.
One case is that of a Porto Rican
; boy about eleven years old. The bjy's
lather deserted tho mother and tho
child some time ago. The motberMs
old and is not strong enough to do
tho work of a common laborer.
The other case is that of a Porto
Rlcan girl, ubout twelve year.s old,
tho oldest girl in a family of six child
ren, whose mother has rim uway
from her home. Two son9 over fif
teen years of ago are at work on the
plantation. They say that' tho com
bined earnings of the father and tho
sons are not sufficient to supply tho
family with food and clothing and to
hire a woman to do tho cooking and
take caro of the younger childron,
one of whom is in school, while ono is
a more baby.
The Porto Rieans furnish us with
vexing questions of poverty and shift
lessness. In school, however, the
children of whom we have twenty
two enrolled are bright and interest
ing, in spite of their hard lives and
their Jack of good home influences.
Awaiting your decision, I am, veiy
MARY ELISE FLEMING.
P. S. Enclosed pleaso find my re
port for the month of October.
M. E. F.
A letter from Miss Tlcer, principal
of tho Kdeuea school, Kauai, from
which position she was removed at
tho last meeting of tho Board, was
read. She "roasted" Inspector Bald
win and charged him with having '
been inattentive to her school and
with having failed to make lucid ex
planations of just what he wished to
have done. She state: that tho ac
tion of the Board embarrassed hor
somewhat, as she had made certain
arrangements for the coming school
year and gone to considerable ex
pr use in many matters.
The Board agreed with Mr. Bab
bitt however, that the action of the
Board should not be changed. Miss
Ticor will be offered a teacher's posi
tion in another Kauai school and a
new principal will be appointed to
Mr. Babbitt stated that he had
made up a list of live names of pro
miucut educationists here to go over
the two now Hawaiian geographies
proposed by Mr. Coppjaud and Mr.
Baldwin, who wero to determine
which of the two manuscripts was
better adapted to be adopted as an of
ficial text book for the island schools.
These names had been submitted to
both gentlemen, who replied that the
list was satisfactory. Those named
are Prof. M. M. Scott, Dr. W. T.
Brigl am, J. F. Brown, Mrs. Nina D.
L. Fraser and Miss Rhode Green.
On -motion of Mr. Farriuton, Mrs. J.
M. Dowsett was named a3 chairman
of this committee to represent tbo
Board of Education.
The request of Miss Jordan of tho
Hanainaulu, Kauai, school, to be nl
owed to use tho school building at
night to teach somo Japanese, was
granted, sho to take out (ire insuran
ce on tho building in favor of the
Owing to a disagreement between
Superintendent MacDonald of Lalmi
ualuna school and the Department
of Public Instruction and tho Depart
mout of Public Works, over tho old
Lahalnaluna water contest, tho La
hainaluna school is still in the attitude
of fighting for its water rights a
gainst a company nearby. The school
is supposed to get water forfour and
a quarter hours daily, but tho com
pany cuts in daily and deprives it of
a large amount of water. Superin
tondnnt Babbitt has boon trying to
straluhlcn tho mattor out for a year
and thinks he has now succeeded.
Tho schonl will shortly begiu plnnting
taro lands and it is these lauds which
roquirq the water under contcW;
There will bo no vaccination at "Ho
nokohau school on West Maui. Mr.
Pinkhain of the Board of Educati n
wrote that there is no government
physieiannn West Maul and tho ex
amination would thoreforo have to bo
paid for. Mr. Farrington remarked
that Senator Coolho might make a
memorandum of this matter and work
for agovernment physician for that
section of his island.
An exchango of lands at Wnianae
will ho rndertaken so that the school
grounds there may be enlarged or
tho school moved to a larger piece of
ground than it now occupies.
Future meetings will bo held at
2:30 p, m. every other Monday. Bulletin.
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