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Tim WHUKXV IIII.O TRinUNK, IIILO. HAWAII, FRIDAY, OCTOIIUR 9. tgoj.
H'A I.I I'l CATIONS .MUST IIK SIIIHl.N
ptiblicntiuii of papers and circuln-
- i lion of reports.
Alloniry (IciicrnPs Opinion In Fair-1 IVdiiKoicurs or This IIMrlrt Hold1 A discussion on the teaching of
child Iti-Klstrullon Case. j IiiIitchIIiik .McftliiB. i physiology was opened by Miss
Honolulu, Sept. 29. Nomina-j On Friday, October 2, 1903, the 'Deyo, wlio was followed by about a
tiou papers of Geo. II. Fairchild for Hilo Teachers' Union held its for
Supervisor of Kauai County having tictli quarterly meeting in the Hilo
been received by Registrar of Klcc
lions C. R. Uuckland, and 1'air
cbild having the matter of bis reg
istration in the courts, appealed
from Judge Hardy's decision to the
Supreme Court by the Hoard ol
Registration, Registrar Buckland
turned the papers over to Attorney
General Andrews, receiving this
morning the following opinion from
Union School, there being present
forty-seven teachers and six visitors.
At 9 a. m. President I,. C. Ly
man called the meeting to order,
which was opened by prayer." Ow
ing to the absence of the secretary,
Miss Carr, Vice President Miss
Coan called the roll, which was re
sponded to by quotations from
After the minutes of last meeting
Office of the Attorney General, j were r.vul and adopted the annual
September 29, 1903. 1 election of officers resulted in the
C. R. Huckland, Registrar of Klec-1 re-election of President L. C. I,y
tAlio,lf t 1 .1 'man, Vice President Miss Coan,
i.e;ii cjii ; 111
both of Hilo, and the election of
Win. McCluskcy of Papaikou as
regard to the pa
pers filed by Geo. H. Fairchild for
nomination for the office of Super
visor for the county of Kauai, which j secretary.
papers you have referred to me, ' a. motion by Messrs
wiiu tile statement mat Mr. rair
& CO., LIMITED
child is not an elector in any pre
chit of the County of Kauai, nor is
there anything to show that he has
been a resident therein for the past
three years, I would state that in
my opinion the same should be re
turned to Mr. Fairchild and not ac
cepted by you, as the papers should
affirmatively show that be possesses
all the qualifications necessary for
nomination as Supervisor, before
his name can be placed on the
and Carvalho to reduce the meet
ings from four in the year to three
was much discussed, but failed to
The date of the next meeting was
set for Dec. 4.
The first item on the program
was a drawing lesson with the
eighth grade by Miss Coan. It
was a very exhaustive review nnd
application of free baud principles.
! Light nrtist be admitted from only
one side to show the shading. To
Attorney General secure harmony and a good setting
Attorney General Andrews this the position of the picture on the
' morning filed notice of moving the i paper must suit the object and the
Fairchild registration case on the
Supreme Court calendar, looking
to an immediate hearing.
1 As the matter is of great inipor-
tauce to many in a position similar
' to that of Fairchild, desiring to
qualify by registration as voters at
the approaching county elections,
it is probable that the appeal of the
1 Registration Board from Judge
I Hardy's decision will be heard
within a few days.
Term opens on Monday, but, as '"ay properly observe
niiiinmircil in vostcrclnv's Hiillnlin. and IlllCS
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Justices Galbraith and Perry will
not be present.
Chief Justice Frear may ask Cir
cuit Judges Gear and De Bolt to sit
with him on the Supreme Bench in
the Fairchild matter, so that a de
cision can be arrived at in time to
allow it, if favorable to registration,
dozen. The subject is treated in
the schools from a very practical
standpoint and has n hygienic tendency.
The meeting was closed by short
reports from many of the teachers
on vacation experiences.
A Good Investment
Berlin, Oct. 2. The Berlin po
lice were called upon to disperse a
mob of striking 'bus drivers and
non-unionists today. The police
fired on the mob wounding thirty
of the rioters.
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route to Volcano
In effect July 13, 1903.
P.isienjjer Trains, Kxci-pt Sunday.
a.m. ! l'.M
A.M. j I'.M
Iv Hilo ar
nr...Olmi Mill. ..sir
ar Kcaait ar
lv lltlo nr
ar I'alio.i ar
ar l'liua lv
margins will vary in proportion of
the length to width. At arm's
length eye measurements are best ' 10:45
Inlrnti nil flip rutiril tn nrpsprvp flip ""5'
nronortions. Flat surfaces should ' Hxcursioii tickets between
lv. Hilo ,
ar..Pnlioa Juiic.ar .
ar Puna lv .
a.m. 1 l'.M.
nn in1il nil Cnnriliia n (til Ciiiifltiifc irtn.l
, 1 1 1 ! 1 I 'II t Will Ull fcJtlfcMlllil a IUUI VJMIIWil IIWVV1
be shaded evenly, while round sur- r(.luriB, ,,ui the following Monday
faces have graduated shadows. 1 noon.
v.uuiuiuiuuju kiwKcia. Kuim mi iwuiuj
Shade with a flat point. Aim at
finishing drawings as the work pro
ceeds and not by drawing lines.
In placing objects be careful to have
the height right, so that the pupil
The steamers of this line will ar
rive and leave this port as here
under: FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
Sonoma July 22
Alameda July 31
Ventura Aug. 12
Alameda... Aug. 21
Sierra .t Sept. 2
Alameda Sept. 11
Sonoma Sept. 23
Alameda Oct. 2
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
Ventura July 21
Alameda Aug. 5
Sierra Aug. 11
Alameda Aug. 26
Sonoma ..... Sept. :
Alameda Sept. iC
Ventura Sept. 22
Alameda Oct. 7
In connection with the siiling of the
uboe steamers the agents are prepared to
issue, to intending passengers Coupon
Through TickotS by any railroad
from Sail Praucisco to all points in the
United States, and from New York by
ail) htentuship line to all lCurupeau ports.
l'or further particulars apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
General Agents Oceanic S.S. Co.
Union Barber Shop.
GARCIA & CANARIO, Prups.
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets are sold at very
W. II. I.AMIIHRT,
Miss Deyo called attention to
chalk modeling and its value in
Drawing in story telling was
illustrated by Miss Kalei Kwaliko.
She told the story of "A Pancake" 1
and by wonderful dexterity pic
tured on the blackboard each step
to take effect before the November s the story proceeded. Miss Ewa-
Registrar Bucklaud will forward
Fairchild a copy of Andrews'
PIUXT1.MJ PLANT SOLI).
.luilcc II iiiuplii'ejs Sells Ills Interest
In Itolii'it Urlove Pub. Co.
Honolulu, Oct. 2. A. S. Hum
phreys has sold his block of stock
in the Robert Grieve Publishing
Company, and bis connection with
the concern through which he be
gan the publication of the now de
funct Honolulu Republican, is at
James I. McLean and Norman I
15. Ciedge of the Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Company arc the purch
asers of Humphreys' stock, as well
as of considerable other stock, and
are now said to have a largely con
trolling interest in the corporations.
The price paid Humphreys is
understood to have been $2 a share.
The corporation owed Humphreys
large sums of money advanced to
keep the Honolulu Republican on
its feet. What has bejii done in
I regard to this is not known.
I The Robert Grieve Publishing
'Pnmnntiv un firCTfintvpfl Anril in
WW.JtiJ .... w.f, .. . -jt 1
liko's genius in this line elicited the
admiration of all.
Miss M. L. Deyo read from "The
Psychology of Number" by Mc
Lellan and Dewey extracts on Pri
mary Number Teaching. Children
take pleasure 111 number exercises
under a sympathetic and competent '
teacher. A teacher versed in the 1
psychological method of dealing
with number secures good results
giving real meaning to numerical
After recess Mrs. Moses gave a
violin solo in her usual good style.
j Miss K. Kwaliko illustrated the
1 method as used in the Summer
School for "First Step" in Sol-Fa
music teaching, the audience serv
ing as class.
A valuable paper by Miss Dillon
was read on "Sincerely in Our
Work." The sincere person is the
one we turn to for help. We must
endeavor to make it part of the
children's moral equipment. Un-i flSCENT ft CITY
less me writer iccis wnai ne writes
NKW VORK SAN l'KANCISCO
M. S. GRINBAUM & CO.,
BROKFRS and COMMISSION
Dealers in Dry Goods, Notions, Cigars
nnd Tobacco. Special attention given
to consignments of coffee ami sugar.
he cannot win his readers. So with
the teacher. In geography the
teacher who images accurately
makes the children picture a real
river, a real city, and not a black
1900, with a capital stock of $25,-1 ,'"u Ul " , """ uu u" "" MU,"
000 in shares ofSso each, with their . f ". .
privilege of increasing the capital
to $100,000. The corporation was
organized to buy the printing and
Shave, Cut fiair and Shampoo
at Cct'Eioc Kates.
Ve also take particular pains with Chil
publishing plant belonging to the 1 .
estate of the lute Robert Grieve.
The object ot securing this property
was to publish the Honolulu Re
publican, the first issue of which
came out June 14, 1903. The paper
lasted less than two years, the last
issue bearing date January 25, 1902.
Peoria, 111., Oct. 3. An explo
sion occurred in the Cooker com
ing distillery today in which four
men were killed, five injured and
two workmen are missing. The
explosion wrecked the building and
it is feared the missing men are in
in relatiuu a noble deed will inspire
the same in the pupils. Do not
have children memorize what they
do not understand. This breeds
insincerity. 1 hey are shams who 1
preach truth and practice it not. j
Words must be inforced by the liv
ing example of perfect sincerity.
Inspector C. W. Baldwin in a '
short talk gave the IIilo Teachers' '
Union great praise for their good ,
work. It certainly is the "Star j
Circle" of the Territory. He recom
mended circulation of the papers
read at meetings among other
A motion by Miss Deyo and C.
O. Smith was passed constituting
the officers of the IIilo Teachers'
Union a committee to attend to the
Mr. Cniiicrou is prepared to give est!
mates on all kinds of Plumbing Work
ami to guurautce all work doue,
a.m. p.m. I
9:30' 6:00 1
9:10 syti '
1 7.09 Acres
Of best cleared land, withiu four and one-half
utiles of Hilo, on Kahviki road, will be sold if
taken soon for
This tract is all cleared, except one acre for
wood, and is under cultivation. It has a good
house and barn, good water supplj', a flume
crosses it and a schoolhouse adjoins. The
soil is deep and good for cane, bananas, pine
apples or any island crops.
Get Yourself a Home
K I O
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Two and one-half utiles front Hilo, on the
Kauinana road, overlooking Hilo Bay and the
coast line north and south, is a tract divided
into excellent house lots.
Area of Lots, 50x100 Feet to
$70 to $ 1 00
Terms to suit purchasers; part clown,
balance by the month. Money will be
advanced to responsible buyers for the
erection of dwelling houses.
Here Is a Good Home
One Acre Lot
With house and barn and other improvements,
parti' planted to bananas and pineapples, and
situated on Kaumana road, two and one-half
miles from IIilo. Will be sold for
D. W. MARSH
King Street, Hilo, Hawaii
The Old Reliable Stand is
still doing j
Knzors honed, Scissors nnd nil crimed
tools perfectly ground. Sutisfnc;
JAS. M. CAMERON,
L. TURNER CO., Ltd.
Hac now in stock full lines of
STETSON HATS .
In Derby, Fedoras and Crush
Panamas from $5.00 to S25.00 Each
Stetson Cowboy, Extra Value
A Specialty in $3 Felt Hats, black ami colored
MONARCH SHIRTS, NvBiiMii Winn-. Snipes
and I'lain Colors tin. best assortment on the Island.
The Well-Known CLUETT COLLARS
Bathing Suits in Ail Sizes
A Large Assortment of Pajamas
Enterprise Planing Mill Company! '
I OHO. MU.MHY, Mr.
I'kont ST., in roar of IIilo Mercantile Co'.s Iluililinn
Planing, MouloiiiKi Scroll Work nnd nil kinds of Turned Work, Window l'rnnies, etc
WATKR TANKS A Sl'HCIAWY, Household nnd nil kinds of I'liriihure,
Store 1'ittinjjs, Counters, etc., tiViute to order. Cross-cut Saws retoothed and
mude as Kd ns new, nt easy rates.
Manufacturer of School Seats, Chutch Pews, uud Redwood Guttcin, nil sizes
rrTTiTwiTii m-T7T-T-Mimmmrr'a ""fiiff