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HONOLULU. TKUUITOUY OK HAWAII, HATUUDAY. AUOI'HT 2;. 1110(1
1iii i; ft Ui'.nih,
Commissioners of Public
' Instruction Do Solid
NOW SCHEDULE FOR
Comprehensive Grading for Different
Kinds of Service-Regulations for
Prevention of Communi
There was a meeting of tlio Commis
sioners of Public Instruction Mil
morning, Superintendent Alatau T.
The following nppolntments were
made on recommendation of the teach
Iloynl School, I). C. Little, substitute
for Mr. Mackintosh.
Ktinhumanu, Miss Ada Ocrtz, trnm
fencd from Emma street.
Ilramn street, Miss Ada Ljcctt, trans
ferred from Moannlua.
Moannlua, Miss Molllo Ornce, from
Pohukalna, Miss Victoria Jordan,
transferred fiom Wnlnnne.
Wnlohlnu, Miss Dertha Hen Taylcr
nnd Miss Umlly Williams, reappointed
to this school.
Wnhlawn, Miss Ada II. Parker.
Nllhnu, James McCilll.
Kaupakulua, J. S. Medclros, traus
Hnou, Miss Jennie Kawnhva.
Night school, Knwalahao, Mrs. J. 1).
Kamaoa, Miss Lulu Mclnecke.
Night school, Mollllll, A. S. Medclros,
transferred from Kaupakulua. ,
Olaa, Drock McStay, assistant nor
mal and training; Miss J. Valentino
Klpahulu, Miss Emily Toomey.
IIIlo Union, Mrs. Lora Shoemaker.
Reformatory, Marshall Paucoast.
'Wnlluku, Miss Itawcna Richardson.
The board adopted a new teachers'
pay schedule, with the following rulea
to govern it:
"This schedule Is not to be con
sidered In the nature of a contract be
tween the department nnd teachen,
but may be altered or suspended at any
time If It be not deemed necessary.
"Schools will bo classified and salar
ies llxed at the beginning of eucn
school j ear. Satisfactory service will
only entitle a toacher to rlso In salary.
"Teachers obtaining normal ceijl
Ilcates will bo allowed ono year's ex
pel fence. Half of tlio time taught In
the United States outside of Hawaii
will be allowed.
"A teacher promoted to a higher po
sition will begin at the lowest salaiy
of that position, and It for one jear his
sen Ice has been satisfactory, all pre
vious experience may bo allowed.
"Competent teacheis In undesirable
'locations or whore living Is unusual
ly expensive may bo paid above the
"Teachers of school with an enroll
ment under 13 will bo classed as as
sistants. "The Royal, KalulanI, Kaahumanu,
Honolulu Normal and Hllo Union
schools are hereby recognized as of
equal class, and the principles of which
will receive a salary of $20"0 per month
without regard to length of service"
Then follows the schcdulo In which
pilnclpals ate graded from one to
twenty years, grammar school teaches
fiom one to ten years, normal school
from one to fle jcars and elementary
school from one to fifteen years .
The monthly pa roll of teachers ac
cotdlng to the revised schedulo Is ap
puttloned as follows: Hawaii, C10I;
Maul, J2C17; Molokal, $380; Oahu, 110,
130: Kauai and Nllhau, $2205; total,
The meeting adopted the following
regulation for the protection of the
schools from contagious diseases, In
conformity with recent correspondence
had with the Hoard of Health!
All teachers employed by the De
partment of Public Instruction must at
tho commencement of their servlco nnd
on or before tlio first of August In enca
jear theieafter, piesent to tho depart
ment a certificate from regularly licen
sed practitioner, stating that thoy are
fiee from tuberculosis or other com
municable disease, nnd that they are
physically nblo to discharge tho clutloi
' of teacher.
Illanlts for certificates will be
prepared nnd forwarded to tho school
Mrnti, whi) will furnish tlirm In (car i
1 1 as inn)' l! needed,
Health ceftlfltMes. ns provided fur
nlmtn are to lio forwarded to tlm mc
relary of Hip department before tlie lit
Binning of the coming term,
ROAR FROM IIILO
Hllo, Aug. 28 The general activity
on the part uf the Itepiibllcnnt nnd
democrats It raining considerable
comment, more, especially relative to
the Hepubllcans, who might Just as
well lie without a Territorial commit
tee, for all tlio Ice which It seem to
cut, A gentleman recently In conur
s.itlon with n Tribune representative,
said: "Unless some action Is tnkn
soon It might Just ns well not be taken
at all. The time for election Is nlmoU
hero and no nominations hnvo been
made nor campaign work done, exept
by the Independents, who as matter
stand now arc likely to carry every
thing. Action should be taken by both
parties and the lines should not be too
sharply drawn between Democrats and
Hepubllcans, more especially so fnr us
local Issue are concerned and so far as
good candidates are nominated, as It
seems likely they will bo by both par
ties. The Independents In their deter
mination to win ever) thing on rac?
lines, and Incited thereto by their
demagogic leaders are likely to mako
many nominations unfit for offlci;
every respectable, Intelligent mnn who
has the good of tho Terlrtory at stako,
without regard to race or party shout 1
work for the election of good men, at
this vital period of the political life
Relative to Congressional delegates
another gentleman practically spoke on
the same lines. He said: "Upon tho
personnel of the Congressional dele
gate, although ho has no vote, tho fu
ture of Hllo largely depends. It the
proposed Independent candidate, Wil
cox, who Is nothing more or less than
a discredited demagogue, Is sent, it
means simply nothing or worse than
nothing for tho Territory as n whol.
On tho other hand n man nominated
by either of the other parties, who Ic
simply a Honolululte devotd simply
to the Interests of that town even to
the detriment of tho rest of the Teirl-
tory, Is not the one we want. Wo
should probably not look for the nomi
nation of a purely local man. Nor Is It
necessary. It Is mor llian posslblo thnt
a man from Maul or Kauai could be
settled upon, who would gain the gen
eral support of tho voters of tho whole
group nnd Justify It by working Im
partially for all the Islands. I think
H. P. Baldwin of Maul Is such a man,
and I believe from what I have learn
ed In conversation with both Democrats
nnd Hepubllcans hero that they wouH
support him. In any case Hllo should
settle upon someone whom It believes
to bo a good man for nil, and who can
bo elected, and find out whether lie
will not be so acceptable to the rest of
the group that ho can bo run with hope
of election. It Is time some action was
taken by the responsible men of tho
Tenders for fitting up a portion of the
Aaala warehouse for school purposes were
opened at the Education office this morn,
lug as follows:
David K. Willis, $5,047.
Albert Trask, Jj,4oo.
J A. Buttertield $3,175.
J. A. Rertelmann, $2,489.
Wm. T. Patv, 1 2,350.
W. II. Kussell, 51,978.
British Mule Ships.
Washington, Aug. 9. Tho Depart
ment of State Is In receipt of a dis
patch from the Consul General of the
United States at Cape Town, dated Ju'y
29th, relating further to the shipment
of American citizens as muleteers it
Now Orleans on Urltlsh transports.
In this Instance Mr. Stowe reports that
ho sends home free all who apply to
him, but adds:
"I no sooner clear one vessel than
another comes Into port with Ameri
cans who have been so foolish as to
ship with mules for this country. Over
500 have arrived, and further shipment
of these, muleteers ought to be prevent
ed. The means used to obtain men at
New Orleans as told mo by tho men,
aro simply disgraceful. "
D. H. Kahaulello of Molokal arrived
in Honolulu last night. Ho announced
this morning that tho following would
undoubtedly be elected from the Island
of Maul to tho District convention: J.
K. Kaupu, Jolt Kahlnu, C Lllilchua
and J. H. Mnhoe.
Hub Lcnscd Spmy.
T. W. Hobron has leased the ycht
Spny for severs weeks and Intends to
race her In the regular.
Paul I.oubet, son of Pjesldent Lounet
of France has received tho degrco of
LL, D. from tho University of Trance-.
His doctotnto thesis was on "Tho Bank
of Fiance and Discount," tnd tho Jury
complimented him ou his birthday.
MIKE III '
n 1L It- A! Ii I J
DOtn the Circuit Judges
. ,, , , 1
Are Hearing Tales of
KILL OF EXCEPTIONS
IN DISMISSED CASES
Engineer Hasson Wants His Pay
for Developing Palawai-Gomes
Gets Judgment The Fede
Judge 8llllmnn granted tho divorce
of Hrnest II. Austin against May II.
Austin on tho ground of habitual In-
temperance, tho other ground of libel
not being considered. No defense- wis g, j, Damon, head of the bank of Iceedlng with nn action of ejectment
setup. I. Andrews and 1 H. Thome-1 iilshnp & Co., has won fresh tcgard of agnlnst Chas. II. Wilson with 11000
son for libellant; Davis & dear for II- tho employes of the Insltutlon. lio has ' damages claimed, for the premises nt
bclee. fitted up a club room In the Friend ! Young and Pllkol Btreot which Wilson
Ilobertson & Wilder have filed bills block, where the Insurance and snvlngi occupied ns his home. I.llluokalanl h
of exceptions to three separate rullnm branches nro situated, where they muj 'further enjoined nnalnst conveying,
of Judge Humphreys In several cases enjoy their lunches In comfort. Cull- J alienating or encumberliiK the propc--of
appeal from Koolaupoko District nnry appliances are Included, so that '' ,n question until further order of
Court, tho (list ruling being to Btrlke tho clerks enn lime hot tea, corfio or ' tho Court.
tho eases from the cnlendnr for un- chocolate, steak or chops, etc., and n Chas. II. Wilson, In tho bill in equity
readiness nnd the subsequent ones re-' janitor capable of plain cooking Is em- ho has brought against tho former
fusing to reinstate the cases. Tho ex- plojod. Papers and magazines are pro- Queen, makes some Interesting allega-
ceptlons nre on the ground that tho
tullngs were each "contrary to law an 1
an nbuse of discretion on tho part of
W. F. C, Hasson sues tho Palawal De
velopment Association for J1G00 for
services rendered In Investigating nnd
developing the water supply at Pala
wal, Island of I.anal.
Judgo Sllllman has signed nn ordr
substituting Annie Holt for J. 8. Walk
er as guardian of Kllza Holt, a miner
minor had come Into tho hands of tho
guardian and thnt her only property
consisted of unproductive real estate
In Honolulu. 9
Judgment has been entered for I
Damages for libel In favor of J. K. do
mes against tho Hawaiian Oizette Co.
nnd II. M. Whitney. Tho bill of costs
Thcro was no business before the
Federal Court this morning, nnd Judgo
i.stce iook recess unui i p. m. mo win
then nwnrd tho wages duo tho sailors
nt 4ho libeled hark Kmplre.
Judge Humphreys deniea me motion 1
fnr alimony In tho dlvorco suit of Itoso
Miner vs. Frank I.osllo Miner, r. M.
Hatch for libellant; Kinney, Ballon &
McCIannhan and C. Ilrown for libelee. ,
William L. Peterson was granted n
dlvorco from Alice A. Peterson.
rno motion 10 vacato tne oruer 01 an
mony In tho case of Nina I. Flint v
norry w. nim was cicnieu. aiagoon
& hong for libellant; Henshall for
JOHN GOUVEA AND WIFE.
John Gouvea, a Portuguese, charge I
with wife desertion, nppeared In tno
Pollen Court this forenoon. Ho acted!
ns his own attorney while Deputy Slier -
Iff ChlIlIngV(orth conducted tho prose-
Air. nn,.v. tnnb i.n .n,i n.i tn.
fled that her husband Intended leaving1
her nnd her six months' old child with-
out any money. Sho found out ho was
going to Konn and had him arrestod.
He didn't tell her a thing about goine.
The only money sho had was somo slio
took away from her husband on Sun
day and even this was nearly all gono.
Continuing, Mrs. Gouvea said: "I
didn't want John to kc away from mo
because I lovo him but I didn't want
him to leavo mo unprovided. I heard
thnt ho said to ono nf his friends: 'It
she hnsn't any money sho enn go nnd
work for It.'
When Gouvea began to ask questions,
there was n scene nnd n flow of lan
guage, particularly from Mrs. Gouvea,
that was only stopped by tho timely In
tervention of Judgo Wilcox who called
a halt by sajlng: "Tho pluco for n
curtain lecture Is In n bedroom, not In
a court room."
Gouvea accused his wlfo of all man
ner of spiteful things. Thoro had very
evidently been a lot of trouble In the
family, Ho stated that Mrs Gouvea
did not seem to caro to listen tn what
ho had to say. Sho would run to lift'
mother's house when thin hnd been ex
pressly prohibited. Ono day ho took
somo meat homo and his wife hid It
away until It spoiled Then sho throw
It nut n window. On lenrnlng ho was
going tn Kona sho remarked tn a
neighbor: "I don't cam If ho never
His Intention In going nwnv was to
senrrh for work. Ho had always pro
vided well for his wlfo nnd thern wn
no need of her snjlng thero were ni
provisions in tho house for ho had
Judge Will ox slated (list there wa
tin law In preunt n mnn going fini
iinn part of tlm Terrltnrj In nnntlir
He then nknt Gmmst If he Intt mtctl o
gn berk tn his wife nnd lake rare of
her. I'ihiii nn anawrr In the nttlnnntiv
1 r. .Ill At a niiRf-rv store tiMt In hu
tiling RlU'll, (lolllrrt whs toll! to an
sutli family squabble and, slice cedluir
nothing else wns prescribed by tho l,n
CO. I VICTOJtlOUH.
1 ho serond tram of Co. 1' and the
second team of the police shot n title
match this morning which resulted In a
victory for the soldier bos tn the tune I
of SSI to n3. following were the Inill-1
Co. V Short, 38; Drake, 37; Costi,
41; Sybolt. 37; P. Costa, 3S; II. Hpecil
dor, 10) Wlrud, 40; Piper, 38; Mile
brnnd, 3", and S)hn, 40.
Police Thomas. 31; linker, 37; Mo
au, 37 Atatanl, 41; It. Parker, Jr.,
35; Needhnm, 39; Kawnlaea, 30; Ke.t-
nlnl, 33; Knmnka, 21, and Jack Kala-
Very Thoughtful Plan.
by :mr. bridgman
f OF SALEM, MASS.
Mastrly Wattr Colors
Mostlv Oil Local Tonics Some
Remnants of Kilohana Art
I League's Exhibit.
j Many members of the Kilohana Art
I Lcaguo have visited tho exhibition of
j wnter colors mado by I.. J. Ilrldgman,
' t tne uiusiraiur ami water color artist
of galcm, Mass. It continues open fron
o to B o'clock this nflernnnn. Thine
'wno have not yet Been It should not I
miss (his last opportunity.
Thcro are twonty-fho pictures In the
Most of them are on Ha-
nlan i,jects. TIip works are su
Iierl, Excellent drnwlmr. truo nersnec-
N0 nmi ciearest ntmosphero chnrac-
iori,n ino studies Certnlnlv nothlmc I
I nncr f an) thing approaching them, In
.,B.er colors have over been exhibited '
n Honolulu. The works represent
, numlt .,. mon.,,8 of M, .,.,.,. ..
iiiiiir mini, uomrn was 10111 ill go , . .....
n.Piaw .uim nim uu cuuu nhmn.i'c. B, Wilsons Response
Iry tn reconcile parties concerned In
H-ihoJourn here. , Wilson advised the Queen that, n3
nn iPi,lr i,nu tho -nll nf'nm'ahe was In durance, a question might
High School grounds with (lowering
shrubbery appearing above It nnd a
Chinaman with his double burdened
.carrying pole trotting along the street
In the foreground. Tho colors are laid
on with remarkabln fidelity. A nerfect
' gem Is n small landscape with a cluster
1 of palms In tho foreground nnd a tropl-
leal vista behind. A nnvenuo of royal
iialms Is nnnther flno nrnductlnn.
The gallery still contains remnant.
from tho League's latest exhibition, In
cluding somo of Mrs. Marshall's uni
versally admired studies of Hawaiian
I ""wcr compositions.
There will bo n cricket match on the
Maklkl recreation grounds this lifter
noon It till goes well. The teams are H3
Honolulu Cricket Club Messrs. D.
W. Anderson (captain), It. A. Jordan,
It. Anderson, II. II. Sinclair, A. It. Hat
field, J. W. Harvey, A. W. llottomley,
1' Scjmour, J. F, Wnldrnn, W. Stanley,
O. St. John Gilbert and J. Cotton.
Ships In tho Harbor Messrs. Ned
drlo, Fowler, Dickson, Young (Dunrcg
gnu); Diaper, Holland, Walker, Duel;,
IMnklno (Dechmont): Lucas, Kelly,
Aldrldgo (captain) (Kilmory): Wilson,
Damphl, Crostnn, Ilurnctt (Halcwood).
Tho Junior crow of tho Mvrtlo lloat
Club made u record last week thnt
show s tlio boj s to bo in excellent shapj.
In rowing over tho Pearl Harbor courso
they made better tlmo than either the
Junior or senior crews of last jear.
NATlVi: HA'18 AND PUGOAltRHS.
Full lino of above goods are shown In
Iwakaml Hat Manufacturing Depar:
ment. Great sale of (boots and shoes nt S
-cnts on tho dollar at L. D. Kerr &
Co.'s shoe bouse, corner of Fort anJ
to Former Queen's
rOR TWENTY YEARS
She Gave Him His Home As Recom
pense but, According to His De
claration, Would Now Un
justly Turn Him Out.
I.llluokalanl Dnmlnls, former Queen
of tho Hawaiian Islands, has been tem
porarily restrained by Injunction, skn
ed by Judge Humphreys, from pro-
tlons. During tho month of June, 1S9S,
ho sets forth, nnd for ten years and
moro prior thereto, ho wns the owner
In feo simple of the premises 111 ques
tion. Up to tho present time ho has
been In uninterrupted possession and
enjovment of tho place as his home
"That for twenty jears prior to, and
nt the dato above-mentioned," Wilson
goes on to say, "and for some time
thereafter plaintiff was tho trus'el
friend and confidential adviser of said
defendant (I.llluokalanl), that during
the majority of the said time he faith
fully devoted his entire time nnd atten
tion to tho safe care and conduct of
the defendant's property Interests and
business transactions, nnd while it.
gaged In such capacity this plalntln
rendered said defendant services of
1 For such valuable scr.'-es ho had
never been paid tnough often promised
In June. 1893, tho premises In ques
tion were advertised to bo sold under
foreclosure of mortgage
I made to II. It. Macfarlnno nnd asslgn-J
Cl1 t0 Snm- c- Allen. At that tlma
l'"een MiiunKaianl was confined in
tho Palaco as a prisoner, under nuthor-
lty of t,le nrpnullc of Jfnwull.
0n ono 0I Wilson's regular mornlrg
v'8'111 ' "cr. as her confidential nd-
vl8r, she directed his attention to tho
'nreaicneu snio or 111s home, ami oner
0'' ' lnl' "" property for himself nnd
111s wuo i;ciine.
thereafter bo raised ns to the validity
of any of her business transactions In
that condition. It might even bo 1
leged that ho had taken ndvnntnKO Gf
her distress to obtain a conveyance of
tho property. Therefore he advised
,ler to Ila0 tho Property deeded In triift
l0 l-PC" "row 11 ror Hie benefit of hlm
Bc'r nr' "'"
This wns done. Ulluoknlanl deliver.
f " ,leCll '' declaration of Iniit
to Wilson and Informed him thnt If at
any time ho became financially a bin
ho might pay the amount oxpondal,
and that in any event tho premlres
should be a homo for Mr. nnd .Mr 3.
Wilson during tho terms of their na
Theieafter, Mrs. Wilson having died
In tho meantime, Llllunknlanl, through
Jos. O. Carter, who succeeded her as
business ngent when tho plaintiff en
tered tho employment of tho Hawaiian
Carriage Co., "fraudulently" icprcseru
id that us sho wns going to Lequenthe
certain property to Mrs. Townsend,
plaintiff's wife's mother, or to plain
tiffs wife, she requested that tho (lords
and declaration of trust bo returned to
The documents were, so returned to
Jos. O Carter lcturned tho deeds nnd
declaration of trust to Cecil Ilrown nnd
caused, later, a deed of tho property
to bo executed to Lllliiokalanl.
In lSSS Jos. O. Carter advised Wilson
to leavo the premises. Ho refused.
Wilson declares that since tho de
fendant gavo him tho property ho mid
expended I&00 In Its Improvement
Among tho prayers of his bill, Mr.
Wilson asks that Llllunkulnnl bo sub
poenaed to nppctr nnd nnswer truly all
questions put to her regarding tho
trans ictlnns nlleged. He, however
waives tho requlicmcnt of hir answer
ing under oath He will tnko her
plain word of honor as decisive.
Till: WATF.HMAN IIHSaL FOUN
TAIN PDN. All sizes, all shapes. H
Hujlnr on llmwill
1hf Klnau tepMts (be Mining Hint
on llswail up t vtsterj,: WaUhM,
u II I' S. M., nil WaliMku, m
Onomcii till. I'epeekw, nlli llanomu, frill
Ihkalau. i8i9ei l.4urlinelMe Jooi Qtu
li,4Sot Kukaliu, jyooi CmiiIiiu. 4Si
Honokn, 4w! Kuhulhttte, aooot I'urv.i-
luu, 4oi llotmapo. IjtVi. Total of iuV,
Itcretiinln TciiiiIn Club
At a meeting nf the Heretattli Tennis
Club this forenoon It w 15 JeciJrJ that the
orgmlr.Mlon remain intact nnJ Hut
ground neircr the center of the city be
seiMieJ tor. The following were ap
pjlntej a commlttte to atttnJ t this
mntter: Clns. Athcrton, H, A, Kost anJ
b. II. Paris.
LABOR DAY PARADE
The sub-committee of the labor
unions nppolnted to arrange for the
Labor Day parade hae decided on the
following order which will, of course,
be subject to change.
Policemen on foot.
(Irani! Marshal W. C. Hoo and aides.
Honolulu Flro Department.
Crew of U. S. 8. Iroquois.
Worklngmen of all Trades, on foot.
Goddess of l.lhertv
Two floats of school children, one of
natives nnd one white.
National Guard of Hawaii, by consant
The Honolulu Iron Works will luvj
four floats, as follows:
Machine shop In motion.
One "boiler shop, with bollermakers
corking and chipping.
Pattern shop, with genr wheels In mo
Ulncksmlth shop, with men nt work.
Tim. Murray, with blacksmith shop.
J, Nott, a float.
J. Emmeluth & Co, a float.
Paclflo Cyclery Co , a float.
Honolulu Sail I.oft, n float.
Neither the aides nor tho Goddess ct
Liberty have been chosen yet. It Is
understood that tho choice lies between
four young ladles, the names of whom
are not given, for obvious reasons. A
prize of ?W will bo awarded the b.'3t
arranged and most attractive float.
Llncoln'H Running Mntc.
Speaking of Ylco Presidents, hero Is
nn anecdote of the man who was .Lin
coln's first running mate: In Hanni
bal Hamlin's earlier days, n certain
caucus In Hampden, Maine, the only
attendants were himself and a citizen
oT largo stature, Mr. Hamlin had somo
resolutions to pass which began by rep
resenting that they were presented to
n "large and rcspectablo" gathering of
voters. "Hold on," cried tho other
man, "wo can't pass that, for It ain't
true. It ain't a large and rcspcctnlla
caucus! There's only two of us." "You
keep still, brother," commanded tlio
wily Hannibal; "It's all right, for you
nro largo nnd I nm respectable. You
just keep still." So tho resolutions
were pasneil wltout further demur, In
tho prcsenco of a "large anil respect
able" gathering. New Orleans Times
Democrat. WI1II0 In ConKress Jerry Simpson
saved most of his salary nnd Invested
tho money In land and cnttle. Hu !j
now rated nt $10,000. When ho flrht
went to Congress he hnd to borro'v
money to buy a railroad ticket.
A complete now stock of gents
shirts, collars and cuffs at L. D, Kerr's,
ROUGH AND READY
IN CAI.P AND KID
IN ALL SIZES. :
BltlCKK Cf Tns.