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HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1897.
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THE BOARD OF EDUCATION
AlVOTIIKtt BATCH OV APPOINT
ItlKNTK or TEACHKK.
Mr. Ilnncn'1. Rp.olntlim Concern-
liitf Niirnml Nchoiil Prominent
Tenrhrr tn Ur Dtoelpllntit.
All tho inorabors o the Board
of Education were present at yes
terday's meeting excopt Mrs. Dil
lingham. Tho following appointments
recommended by tho Teachers1
Committoo wore confirmed:
W. Kia to Pahoohoe.
Miss Kammerer and Miss Ab
bio Gurnoy to Kailua.
Miss Bernie Cooke to Lihue.
Miss Lizzio Eoliinoi to Kekee,
J. W. Kealoha to Waipio, Ha
waii. Mrs. Davis to.Pohukaina.
Miss Florence Carter to Mae
mao. Miss Howland to Palama.
W. A. Yeats to Houukawai.
Mrs. Martin to Waiohinu as
E. Won rIi am to Honaunau.
Miss Myra Ward to Makapala.
D. Kapaewa to Kennao.
Antouedo Sousa to Kaupaka
lua as assistant.
On motion the seoretary was
instructed to write to tho school
agent at Hamakuapoko and find
out when Mrs. Atwater intended
to resume teaching.
Thp following termp for next
school year wero decided on:
First term commences Septem
ber G, 1897, and ends December
17; length of term fifteen weeks.
Christmas vuoation of two
weeks, including Christmas and
New Year's days.
Second term commences January
2, 1898, and ends April 1. Length
of term thirteen weeks.
Vacation of one week including
Good Friday and Easter Sunday.
Third term commences April 11,
1898, and ends July 1. Length of
term twelve weeks.
Mrs. Wood's excuse for not
taking the last examinations on
account of illness was accepted.
The salaries of Miss Myra An
gus, Mrs. Guuu, Miss Creightou
and Miss Nellie Smith were all
ordered raised in accordance with
tho new classification of firstclass
MisB Margaret Nape's resigna
tion from Makawao school was
Heneli Peelua was appointed
an agent to grant marriage licenses
on the endorsement of the Attor
Mr. Bowen read an appli
cation from a lady teacher
who etatod that her landlord
had the audacity to raise
thu i mil uf hdr cottago from 1 tu
SO which she felt unnblo to pay.
Sho had found a nice little fur
nished cottage near by which
could bo rented tor $150 a year.
If tho Board would rent tho
cottago for her tor a year she
would evou up matters by not
uuLiug for any iucieusi. of salary
during tho year. Mr. Bowon wub
instructed to notify thu lady that
tho Board was not in the business
of advancing runt for tcachors.
0. D. l'ringle had a communi
cation before the board in which
he said ho was given to under
stand that whon ho was appointed
to his present position ho was led
to HuppoHn that his salary would
not b loss than 81000 a year, Ha
found it wh only ir."5 per month
and would liko to bo nppointod to
Homo other position with a highor
fiiiliiry. No action was tukon on
Mr. Bowon then read tho fol
Inasmuch n h Principal
JMcIi'UiIh of Kiii'iri'ftnif ! H- hr .1
ha signified lila wiilinguo and
desire to Iiiivi) tljnlr Normal Do
piirlinout "omit fully uploHoiuo
certain Hluuiliird of roiiulri)inonB.
Iiolli iih o (!oiirD of study anil
jllllll HVIIIIlllllllloilH. Hllllll lri 0
Jixijirliiiinit nf hdiimitlou limy
iliululu, wo (lint llio yiiidimlos
herefrom may be fully prepared
to outer upon useful service in
tho Government schools, and that
they may be noon terms of equal
ndvantago with graduates from tho
Government Normal School.
Therefore, bo it now
Resolved, First That this de
partment recognize the eminent
desirability of entering upou the
arrangement suggeston, aud that
wo take immediato steps for the
final accomplishment bf ,hnmo.
Second That, with a viow to
securing a standard of require
ments that may no thoroughly
satisfactory to this department,
the principal of tho present Gov
ernment Normal School and the
principal of the Normal depart
ment of tho Kamehameha Schools
be invited to tho task of prepar
ing a common standard of re
quirements, both as to course or
courses of study and final examin
ations, aud that the results of
their work bo submitted to this
department for final revision and'
Third That graduates from
both normal schools abovo named,
as also from all other normal
schools or departments that now
exist, or that may hereafter be
created, after having fully come
up to all of tho requirements of
tho common standard satisfactory
to this department shall bo ac
counted as upon equal advantage
and acceptance in the esteem and
sorvico of this department.
In the discussion which follow
ed there was some doubt as to
whether Mr. Rowon had correctly
understood Professor Richards'
views on the subject and the mat
ter was referred to Messrs. Bowen
and Townsend as a special com
mittee Mi. TovvuBeiid tbon culled the
attention of the Board to tho
cards of some 25 toachore, mostly
Hawaiian, now holding positions
in tho schools, who had failed to
pass tho recent examinations.
Referred to the Teachers' Com
mittee, which probably moans that
their places will be supplied by
others with certificates.
Mr. Bowen noxt brought tip
tho mattor of tho publication
of Hawaii's Young People
by Principal RoBOcrana of
Luhainuhina school. It now up
pours that Mr. Rosccrans is die
satisfied with his printing ofl'ico
and wants a new outfit consisting
of new typo, illustrating mtttorial,
p.ipor cutter and au eluboruto up
to-date printing nross. The ma
terial outsido of the preas would
cost some $100, but tho press
would cost $1000 alono. Mr.
Rosccrans could see his way to
pay tho $400 out of the proceods
of tho paper but he would have to
rniso tho $1000 for the prosd by
voluntary subscriptions. Mr.
Bowen wanted to know what tho
Board thought of going into thu
printing business on a largo sculo.
Minister Cooper I beliovo that
Luhuimiluuii school should ho
provided for by special appropria
tion r.nd in n-.y bill f-r !!. ap,uu
priations for the schools before the
next Logislitturo I intend to togru
Mr. Bowon I am glad to hoar
Unit. I'roin what 1 huvo hotrd I
huvo beun led to boliovo thut un
impression prevailed in high quitr
Uit) thut it nuiild ho butter it tho
Lnhalnnltum establishment, wns
abolished. It is possible that the
discovery of tho fuui that 10,000
ucrt-s of land uru at Htuko, tliut by
abolishing tho school tho govern
ment would lost" 10,000 iioroa of
fiuo laud, may huvo dissipated
Minister Coopor Thoro has
boon no such imprussiou. Per
sonally I was bomovi'lmt preju
diced agaiiiHt tJm school but L
huvo chuuged my viowu on luuru
ing more about it and tho good
work I boliovo it in doing, But 1
am opposed to any private solici
tation of fuinltj to carry on any
buhoul ot anything commuted with
any school under Ihu control of
ihla llup..lllliWIH. iiloiujliln lliiOll
too much of thU thing going on
anil It imtvt ho ulnppud, Thorn l
scarcely u iluy tliul jmoplo urn mil
iiroiinil tlio govuriiiuunt InillilfngB
itwlilinj for HiibhoiJpllniiH to noinu
QimUnuftl tin Hlh Jiyt.
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W ii rlil.
Rich gold deposits havo been
found at .Coffee Creel;, Trinity
county, California. Tho place iB
only 'M', mileti from San Fran
cisco, with railway for 23-1 miles.
It is being called the
"Klondike of California," and
there iB a great rush to it.
Silver is going up by degrees..
The U. S. monitor Monterey iB
The U. S. training ship Adams
is going on another cruise to Mex
ico and home via Honolulu.
Ethan Allen Hitohcoclr, a weal
thy plate glass manufacturer of
St. Louis, has accepted the ap
pointment of Minister at St.
Petersburg from President Mo
Thomas Harris, mayor of Sa
linas, Cal., was found dead in bed.
He was a Canadian, agod 44
Rev. Charles YasiuB Messea,
one of the pionocr scientists of
California, died at Santa Clara
College on August 12, aged 82
years. Tho venerable priest wab
a native of Italy and of a noble
Dr. Cornelius Herz, of Panama
cuual fume, has filed a claim for
damagos iu the State Department,
Washington, against the Govern
ment of Frauce for illegal arrest
und detention in England. Tho
English authorities declined after
trial to giant his extradition
sought by France. Tho United
Stntes Government declines to
tako up his claim.
Tho Graves brothers, who found
tho gold pockets at Coffee oreek,
got out a nugget that has been
minted for 42,000.
Coal operators in Pennsylvania
are now fighting tho strikers with
legal injunctions. Strained situa
tions may be the result.
The steamer Mexico from
Alaska struck n sunken rock off
Capo Chacon nnd Bank. All on
board wore saved in boats by tho
t-kill and coolness of captain nnd
Jacob Coxoy of "Commonweal"
fame has been nominated for Gov
ernor of Ohio by the Populists.
Seth Low is running for Mayor
of Greater Now York in tho Re
There is likely to be a big rise
in wheat, and railway shares are
booming in Wnll street. A rising
tido of prosperity is distinctly
Tho torpedo boat Dupont, built
by the llorroshoIVs nt Bristol, It.
I., mado a speed of 28.58 on a CO
Secretary Bliss has issued a
warning to all concerned against
tho great dangers of the journey
to tho Klundiko at this uenson.
Tho Yandorbilts are said to bo
nftor tho Union Pacific with a
view to making connections with
tho Now York Contra!, thus secur
ing n continuous lino from tho
Atlantio to the Pacific.
The now gunboat Marietta, now
at San Frauoinco, will shortly go
Soorotary Sherman is said to
bo iu poor bodily and mental
health, anil 1i!h early retirement
from olllcu is predicted.
The gunboat Wheeling has gono
into commission at Vulloio ami it
is said will bo hont to Honolulu
and tliiiii to the China station,
Abnnr MulCinluy of Now Vork,
a brother of Ihu PrHdont, Iiiih
caught KlomlikilW and joined n
sy inllmito to in oHpoot in thu not th
orn gold rngl"
Ooorgn Wiiblilngtiin Huhollold.ii
if)inorif California and CI A, It.
vnlmiui, was shot ilmul nt tin) dour
of hit liimm in Hauls (J I urn unuiily
mi Hi" 71 Ji dud,) I u had Imd ilumuutru
troubles. Mrs. Schofield, Irving
Mann and Daniel Dotchor aro un
der arreBt for the crime.
The California Supremo Court
has continued the hearing of
Durrani's appeal on the question
of a doublo sentence until his gen
oral appeal against conviction has
been heard by tho United States
Supremo Court at tho October
term. Tuero are 42a cases ahead
of Durraut's on the calendar of
the United States Supreme Court.
Governor Drake of Iowa is in
nu extremely criticnl condition.
Illinois striking miners will be
prevented from ashciuliling at the
point of tho bayonet.
A strike of tho postal telegraph
ers of Groat Britain is threatened.
Tho cloudbursts nnd inunda
tions which have devastated tho
eastern part of Germany are the
worst which have occurred sinco
1870. According to the local
statistics 105 persons were killed
in Silesia alone, and in 'Saxony
tho casualties will not fall short
of 180. The financial losses foot
up over 150,000,000 marks.
The Duko of Fifo has subscrib
ed $250,000 to a Elondiko syndi
England has been suffering
from a long spell of hot weather,
and the crops aro in danger.
There wero 200 prostrations in
Edward Langtry will sue for a
divorce. Many persons of social
distinction and oven royalty will
be named bb co-respondents.
The Dowager Empress Freder
ick has paved the way for a recon
ciliation between Emperor Wil
liam and Crown Princess Sophia
The Austrian Government iB
much incensed over insulting re
marks of the Premier of Bulgaria,
Bluloft, and his refusal to maKonn
apology. He had in an iutorview
drawn au insulting parallel be
tween tho venality of official cir
cles in Austria and Bulgaria.
Prince Henry of Orleans, who
has returned from Abyssinia, re
fuses to be dissuaded from fight
ing a duel with General Alber
tone. King Humbert sent his
nophew, the Duko of Aosta, to
talk him over, but without effect.
Princo Honry has received letters
writton iu blood from Italians
who threatened to assassinate him
if General Albertono failed to
Oporto, Portugal, is in a stato
of open rebellion, and tho author
ities havo only maintained tho
upper hand by proclaiming mar
tial law and arresting eighteen
army officers who wero ringlead
ers in the revolt.
The Vatican is disappointed
that the encyclical of the Pan
Anglican, or Lambeth Conference,
does not favor a rapprochement
between tho English and Romish
Anarchists in London and The
Hague havo demonstrated their
joy at tho foul murder of tho
Rumored, that the Prince of
Wales is having a now yacht de
signed by WatBon.
Emperor William's yacht Mete
or him won another rauo on tho
Isle of Wight course.
Tho Emporor and Empress of
Gonnany have loft Russia, being
seon as far as Oroustudt by tho
A Paris paper givos a report
thut 00,000 Carlist volunteers aro
ready to riso in Spaiu at tho sig
nal of Don Curios.
Tho largest Hoot that over loft
tho United Kingdom iu ballast has
sailed for Delaware Breakwater,
U. H,, to loud whout for tho short
markets of Europe,
Iu pursuance of tho Britiuh Ad
inirulty's noliuy of strengthening
tho torpedo boat and toroedo des
troyer flotillas abroad, thu Yirngo
am Thrasher havo boon coiiiiuih
uionml for tho Pacific station and
the Quail and Sparrow Hawk huvo
Iiiiuii coiiiuiirtHinnod for thu North
Captain Morlnnsen of tlio bark
AliHiignr, IioiiimI from Dublin to
OiiDgii, at thu moulli of tho Onega
ihur, III Ihu Whitu thu, rupoiU
that on July 13, when about two
days' sail east of North Cape, tho
northernmost point of Europe,
then being in Arctio waters, ho
Baw a collapsed balloon, which ho
belioved to be Horr Andreo's.
Six thousand lives were lost by
the curthquako in India iu Juno.
uuniwiu lias extended nor re
ciprocal t'arilT to Germany aud
Itjs said thousands of Klon
dike pilgrims will hvo tu otup
this sido of Chiloont pao for the
season. Many aro ready to sell
their outfits nnd return.
The French and Siamese are;
Canada has decided not to im
pose royalty on Klondike gold.
Frauce is expelling uuarchists
8B fast as they can bo caught.
Tho town of Abu Hamod, up.
the Nile, hasbeon captured by tho
Anglo-Egyptian troops with groat
slaughter of D.irvishes. Most of
tho fighting was done iu the narrow
streets at the point of tho bayouoL
Cardinal Taschnrean of Quebec
is in a very feeble condition. His
mind has almost entirely given
Canadians are agitated over a
possibility that tho extra lOpor
cent tariff in the Dingley hill on
goods enteriug tho United States
from contiguous territory will be
interpreted so as to destroy tho
lucrative traffic in Oriental goods
ou tho Canadian Pacific Railway.
Tho question is not yet decided at
. Rich gold districts are reported
to have been found in Nicaragua.
Tho Nicaragua Government
proposes to put export duties on
mvo Hundred coal miners id
Alberta province, Canada, have
struck for au advance of 10 Dor
cent iu wags. -xTr3
Afghans" composed tho groator" .Vrrn
part of a force that attacked tho
British on Saturday near Pesha
wur in India.
Thousands of people in British
Colpmbia and Washington State
aro declared-to have seen in tho
lower sky an object shaped liko a
cigar, with a bright light in the
middle from which sparks are
shed. It resembles the fancy pic
tures of flying machines which
have appeared in magazines, but
it has not been seen at any tine,
to descend to tho earth.
An official dispatch received in
Constantinople says several thou
sand Armenian agitators from
Persia invaded Turkey last Fri
day. Tboy killed 200 of Migriki
tribe, including women and
children. Tho wife of tho chief
was put to death -with tho most
cruel tortures, and several other
victims had their noses and ears
cut off. The authorities have taken
measures to capture the maraudors
and to provido for outbreaks in
the valleys of Van.
Char!"" Rodfcrd, nn Anrinn
nppollant to tho Supremo Court
of Colombia against a verdict of
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