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TIIK GARPHN ISLAND TUESDAY, DEC KM I? ICR 51 . 1912.
b:maz vims LFtov
en , extremely fins line of
dhristmas and Holiday
will be sent jpon request to
responsible parties showing
an elaborate assortment of
i" i vt- ' r
,i1 . ager Ra'irig (Lilme Store)
Y. h i e Ii.kI .i b nun r "holiday
; tr.i If. Our -;icn.k was, I considcr-
I'd amply su llicicn I for our needs,
1 1tn 'lio cad of the holiday season ,
I found o u r shelves cleaned out
I C(illli!, , !y.-'
Muiiaijcr lioer, ;IahJ (McBryile Store)
"A good holiday trade? Well 1
should s.:y s.i! Why. we're cleaned
hi: is clem ;is a pi liny -whistl j
no1 hiii- at all left, practically I
J. I. S;!v3 (Pro. Elecle Store) j
" 1 lias heen one ot our most I
sikissiui uoiniay seasons. e
voik" ! a larger force of clerks,
and tur. icd over a much larger
percent of goods til. ill i n a n v
pi evo'is year. ' '
Ihuuz: Bayer ffokawe'i Store
'Our iioliday trade lien an early
in ! coiitiiuu d right up to the verv
1 : T. i.
i a - . mi . :i ii i e . . i i . as a i usn iinin , b
st i:i. to finish, and liv long odd:; 1 a
tlu host season we e v e r e x - f
Sforagcr MaHum C. B. Kofgaard & Co. iij
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-r mcie.s-.i: uoor '-pace v as t
i: lime, c'.si- 1 Lar i .
a '.ve s-.-.c. v -.:".. :i;.
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hie wmmi mi
Established over 60 years
7 1 Queen St., Honolulu
Everything in Tin;
Silver and Gold Link,
Rich Cut Glass and
Mkrchandtse of the
Bkst Oi ai.'ity Only.
X Leading 'Jewelers
f. 0. Bon 34'2 .Honolulu
THE BANK OF HAWAII,
LiHi-i:, Kavai; Hawaii
Deposits are received suoject
to check. Certificates of (le
osit issued 'payable on da-'
mand. Loans made on ap
Draets Drawn on
San Francisco Berlin
New York ' Hong Konjj
Loudon ' Yokohama
' Savings Department
Interest paid on Savings De
posits. 4'" rer cent on 01'di
tmry and 4 per cent on Term
posits. Ordinary Savings
Deposits w ill be recti ved up to
$2,500 in any one account.
Safe ; Deposit ' Boxes eor
Rent $2 and S3 a Year
The MAJESTIC I
Cor. Fort A Hit. Sts., Iloiiolulu
Rooms by the day, week
or mouth single or in
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
Kauai trade solicited
MRS. C. A. BLAISDELL,
Wholesale and Retail Groceries.
Dry Goods of all Descriptions.
uHD. i. imUiluhii
Real Estate and Insurance
NO. 125 131 MERCHANT ST.
T. O. Box Xo. 594 Honolulu
F. E. DAYIS &. CO.
HONOLULU, T. II.
Nn-AN.i ami' MiatiaiAS-r Stukkts .
Blacksmith supplies. Wag
ons, Buggies, Harness, Bi
Prompt and careful atten
tion given to mail orders.
l'. o. mix 441
. 1 175 Honolulu
Alakea Street T. II.
Carry a kMMMMW Billard and Six
Tiled Oak Exterior, 7-16 Opal Glass Interior.
Best in Values That Have Ever Been
Offered the Consumer.
S .HOTEL WAIMEA j
3 WAIMKV, K. At'AI
The Commercial Mans
j j j
- DICK OLIVER, Manager
WHEN IN NEED OF
Paper Bags, Twines,
! PAPER HOUSE
PAPER & SUPPLY CO., LTD.
Fort and Queen Streets
GEO. G. GUILD, Vice Pre. & Msr
The average monthly salary of i ?S
American school teachers in 187nii
was $28.54. It is now $61.70. ;J
Columbia university has just
received a beouest amounting to
$1,566,000 from the estate of
George Crocker of New York.
Cleveland continuation schools,
fourteen in number, enroll a total
of 1210 pupils, who are taught by
Ask the United States Com
missioner of Education about the
traveling drawing exhibit for city
schools which will soon be sent
Two new school buildings a day
is the average rate of improvement
reported for the state of Texas for
last year. The total cost w a s
Smith College girls help to pay
their expenses by cooperative
housekeeping. Why might it not
be so in every institution where
women are in attendance?
In the Speyer School, affiliated
with Columbia University all the,
work of the elementary grades is
organized under four heads, His
tory, Language, Environment, and
The first university to offer a
course in automobiling seems to
be Ptudue. The University of
Southern California was credited
with this distinction; but Purdue
has established her claim toprioritv
in the departure. .
President E. T. Paiixhild of the
National Education Association,
who har been state superintendent
o f Kansas for the past several
years, was recently elected presi
dent of the New Hampshire State
Agricultural College, located a t
The annual report of Tuskeegee
Normal and Industrial Institute,
recently issued by ks president,
Booker T. Washington, shows a
j continuance and expansion of the
wonderful work this institution is
I doing for the colored race. Many
Um important lesson has been taken
by the educational world from this
1 institution .
The Department of Superiuten
jdenee of the National Educational
Association will hold its next nieet-
ing.it Philadelphia, February 25-28
1913. T h e general Association
.meeting for 1915 is ai.uoui.ced to
: be held at Salt Lake City, Utah,
.July 7-11. This last announce
ment is contingent upon securing
'satisfactory railroad rales; hue it is
; not likely that a change will be
j necessary on this account, as was
'the case last ear. ,
'n,. ...1...- .n.ivi1 i.twit.... ..f ' the Ik
! I'nited States is steadily rising, , c ::lui
land there is good reason for the
; belief that we shall soon have here
I the greatest educational ct liter in
theworlj. This is likely to be
tile case even in the realm of
i h i g h e r education, i n which
'Gel many, as vet , undoubtedly
holds the leadership. Our Amer
ican universities aie growing so
rapidly however in student atten
dance and also i.i scholarly attain
mint lli.il Gciinanv even is in
grave danger of being outstripped.
The Slate of Illinois is having
plans drawn for a new educational
! building, w hii h w ill cost between
' $5uo,imiii illld $1 ,IMII), imii'. It will
Store Your HEADQUARTERS
white in Honolulu.
contain the offices of the Superiu- j
tendent of Public Instruction, the i
State Library, the State Museum
o f Natural History, t h e Stale
Historical Society, the Logan Mem
orial, and other departments of
educational character, Illinois is
thus making provision in advance
for the enormous enlargement of
educational work that is soon to
be made in all the states.
We may well prl)art; ourselves
for a change in the map of Europe.
Such seems, at least, to be the
inevitable issue of the war between
the alliance o i lesser Euorpeaii
powers and Turkey. The armies
of the sultan have met defeat after
defeat until the actual safety of
Constantinople is very gravely
threatened. If this effete monarch
could b e ushered across t h e
P.osphorus by his smaller Christian
neighbors, or else dumped in on
the wav across, it would be a good
riddance to the civilii.tion of
Ii u rope.
Federal aid for vocational educa
tion will be one of the first ques
tions to be taken mi in the next
session of Congress. The Page-! fcj
Wilson Bill, which carries pro-1 jpt' t
vision looking to the preparation
of boys and girls, men and w omen
for the duties of the house, shop,
and farm, is the second measure
in the order of congressional busi
ness; and superintendents a ii d
teachers will be able to exert
material influence in its behalf, if
thev but take advantai e of the
opportunity. See vour congress
men and senators, telegraph them,
write them, bombard them with
importunities of every kin !: and
let's not lose an unusually favorable
opportunity to put through one of
is one in which the merchant him
self has implicit faith else he will
not advertise it. You are safe in
patronizing the merchants whose
ads appear in this paper because
their goods are up-to-date and not
shop-worn : : : : :
t e! tieation
Do it tod.n I
Wedding Bells Ring
THE KAPAIA AUTO CO.
Our liia P'l- 1 1 1 It -1 . .'i M-utcr,
nplinlsli-nvd lluii li. istlic car j-mi
an-1 . k i i itr fur if ymi ili Intravcl
in Hill. at ami safety.
Pi asniialili- rale- a n .1 car. Mil
ilriuTs. Special ati iiii.ni i- given
ci iliiiniTi'ial t ravclrs.
Any time y.ni may wi-li 1. 1 make
a Ijiii-i v-iii rail "U will I'm. I i is
".ill the jnh."
Kawaihau Auto Co
Comfortable Cars. .
Service at all hours,
Manuel L. l'erreira and Missj
Teresa Costa, the belle of the:
Portuguese colony of 1 1 anaiuaulu , '
were married at the Catholic!
Kapaia last Satuii
morning. Father Herman oiliciat-
' in'-' . The groom is a resiih-nt
I Fast Oikland. California where he
1 occupies a responsible position in I
ia large sash and door facto: y. Hel
was a tornier ri?
in. lulu having k ft
liuiid'er of ears a;
idem of Haua
for Oakland a
:o. Retiring here
but a tew weeks ago on a visit
his old home, he met the gir
his choice. Thehappv con
tor Honolulu Saturday where they
will spend three or four weeks the
guest of friends after which they
will return to Oakland where the
father of the groom is preparing
a neat little home for them.
Manager and Mrs. Weber will
entertain the Lihue Plantation
I'.mplovci s at their annual, New
Year's dinner to-night.
j;;1,;;; ! Oceanic Steamship
Co s. Time-table
i The favorite S. S. SIERRA. 10.
000 tons displacement, sails from
Honolulu Dec. 14.
First-class single to San Fran
j cisco, $65; round trip, $1 10.
C. Brewer & Co. Ltd.