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HONOLULU, TERBlTOllYtOF BAWAU, FRIDAY. OCTOBER 5, 1900.
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Reports Are Presented
and Words of Encour
TREASURER SHOWS A
BIG BALANCE LEFT
Mrs. Weaver Tells About Henry and
Dorothy Castle Orphans' Home
Physical Condition of Chil
dren Much Better.
The sixth annual meeting of the Free
Kindergarten ami Children's Aid As
sociation was ho'ld In tho Y. M. C. A.
this morning'. There wa sa large at
tendance and a lot of business was
transacted. Mrs. Hyde, tho chairman,
opened the meeting -with a'few words
on '.lie expansion ot kindergarten work
during the past year. She referred, In
paulng, to the splendid work which the
Castle Homo was doing toward the
piiyslclnl welfare of tho little ones nnd
emphasized the necessity of a devel
epment of tho-chlldren by proper men'
tal, moral and physical training. In
cluMr.g, Mrs. Hydo spoke of tho effect
In the future on Haw-all citizenship
which would be gained by correct gulil
ance In the kindergartens.
Mrs. Swnnay ,tho treasurer, present'
ed a report which showed J1.714.C0 In
tho hands ot Mrs. Coleman, the Ilnan
clul secretary, and $3,221.43 In tho
hands of Mrs, Frear, the financial sec
retary of the Castle Home.
Mrs. A. D. Wood, secretary, present
ed it thorough' report from which the
following salient points have been tok
en: During the past year the national
kindergartens were given up and five
cosmopolitan kindeigurttns were put
In their place. The total attendance
VMS C24, divided between Hawallar.s,
Americans, Japanese, Chinese, Portu
guese, Swedes and South Sea Islander,
the Japanese and Chinese predominat
ing. In l'alamn, the majority was
nindo up of Hannllans while, the Chi
nese showed the greatest number in
the Vineyard street kindergarten.
The physlclal condition Is much bet
ter. Miss Hlcc lias been In charge and
has tint only'lslted the children In the
hchools but has done musing In the
homes when necesclty has demanded.
MUs Johnson, a nurse at the Honolulu
Sun'tnrlum, will do tho work In plaro
of IIs Rice this year. She wll maku
a ri'tind of the sbhools every morning.
There hnie been several motherV
met tings during the past year and ou
occ-islons, tho mothers have gone on
CAcurrlons with their children. There
was one meeting In Pnlama at which
tho fathers w represent."" $ .
There Is to be established n day nur
sery In connection with tho kindergar
tens. One charitably Inclined person
hr-.s already subscribed $30 for tho pur
roje. I'reo certificates have been granted to
Miss Helen Kahalrnhu and Miss Alice
King of the training class. The lat
ter will be a director In the Henry and
Dorothy Castle kindergarten. Mlta
Kong with Miss Seong will be direc
tors In the Vineyard street kindergar
ten. Miss Sprague and Miss Nell will not
be here this year nnd Miss Barrett and
V!ss Hayes will be, new directors in
The kindergarten work on the plan
tations Is Improving rapidly. One was
formed nt Wnlalua recently. Now ones
nro being formed on Maul. At Ewa,
35 hnvo enrolled. At Pala and llama-
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McCLELLAN POND fir CO..
tel, main co. judd building
Ltiapoko kindergartens have Just bctn
formed, the expense to the plantations
being $1500. illfo nlread'y has a kln
".ergat ten" and' others1 will soon bo
formed ,nt Labalna, and. liana. (
The report on tho-Castie Home wns
presented' by Mrs. Weaver, tlio'matron
Thu placo was opened April 11, 1900,
with three orphan children and no
there arc 11, ranging from 3 to 13 years.
Seven of theso aro Norwegians and Por
tuguese, English, American and French
lave one each. Some ot tho chlldrc.i
ate trained at tho kindergarten, others
are !n tho public schools and one,
thifcugh the kindness of a friend, Is In
attendance at Punahou Preparatory.
There has been a long list of dona
tions of fruit, choice books, clothing,
etc., showing the Interest of the peo
po in the new orphan's home.
Tho roport of Mrs. E. C. Waterhouso
on the physical condition of tho chil
dren nt tho Henry and Dorothy Castle
kindergarten shows that If- was very
much better than when they first en
tered. The following officers were elected to
serve during the ensuing year:
President Mrs. C. M. Hyde.
rirst Vice President Mrs. W. F.
Second Vice President Mrs. S. B.
Third Vlco President Mrs. T. R.
Recording Secretary Mrs. A. H.
"'list Financial Secretary Mrs. H.
Second Financial Secretary Mrs. W.
Treasurer Mrs. F. M. Swanzy.
Auditor W. L. HowarJi
Rev. O. H. Oullck nnd Mr. Frank Da
mon each said a few words of encour
agement and the meeting camo to an
end after prayer by Thco. Richards.
Come early and avoid the rush.
Tuesday Is the last day for regis
INDOOR' BASEBALL SEASON
The first Indoor baseball, gamo of the
reason will bo played next Saturday
bvrnlng in the Xi M. C. A. gymnasium
Game called at 8 o'clock. This will w.
a free exhibition game, the teams liavo
been giving considerable tlmo to prac
tice und It Is anticipated that the sea
son will open .with one ot tho most ex
citing contests, yet seen here. All In
tevcrted In good, lively sport are In
vited to attend, men, women nnd chil
dren. The mako up of the teams Is as
Dullness men's team Frank Ather-
ton. John Watcrhouse. Joo Cooko, C,
Claik, Cheek, George Watcrhouse,
Charles AustlnvFrcd Merger.
contests, to bo held at Punahou next!
Frank Hill, Ferrler, Chas. Young, fcd.
Irish, Will Kerr
It is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONOE.
AMONG TUB JAPANESE
The annual-meeting of tho Japanese
Benevolent Society will be held at thu
Japunese primary school at 7:30 this
evening. The officers ot tho society
Will bo elected at tho meeting.' All
vlltors;aro cordially Invited.' j
C. Shlota arrived from Japan'ln the
America 'Marti on Tuesday, lie has
I'etn appointed agent of tho Hawaii
Uranch office ot the Kelhln bank, Vino
yard street, taking Mr, J. Ishlzuk.Vs
place. Mr. Shlota was a member of,
th'l Japanese Parliament.
A special meeting of the Japanese
Young Men's Dluddist Association will
be held at 2 o'clock Sunday afternoon
at their headquarters, Fort lane, to
bid farowell to K. Danko, who has been
vlro president of the Association. Mr.
I'iir.lto will leavo hero for Franco and
will visit the exposition at Paris. Ho If
an artist ot note among tho Japanese
nnd has dono a lot of very flno work
during his stay In Honolulu.
Bcrctanla Tcnnln Club.
A meeting of the Beretanla Tennis Club
was held yesterday afternoon for the pur
pose of talking over plans for new courts,
the Board of Education having served
notice to the boys to move Immediately.
The committee appointed to secure new
grounds reported Inability to find a proper
place. It was also reported that quite a
numSer of names on the list of member
ship were non-active members. Tlwe
names will be dropped. The boys decided
to asked permission to occupy the present
grounds until new ones could be provided
L. D. Kerr & Co. have Just received
tho very latest Ideas In fct hats, Just
tho thing for this climate. Trimmed
with plain or fancy bands. '
Republicans Attention !
You have only till Tuesday to
THE WATERMAN IDEAL. FOUN
TAIN TEN. All Blzes, all shapes- H
And Picked Up Indepen
dent Leader at La
ALL THREE PARTIES
ARE WORKING HARD
Republicans at Waimanaloaud Makiki
Reservoir toung Men's Re
publican ClubMeeting of,
Democrats with Portuguese.
A brass band streaking It along on
Klnu street last evening and a number
o Democrats shouting that the party
they represent wero trying to redu-:o
tin taxation, gathered a crowd of Por
tuguese out to seo the tun and finally
deposited them In Lusltha hall, whero
.1. M. Camara called the meeting to or
der. E. B. McClanahan, John IS. Hush,
M. 0 Sllva, A. G. Corrca, J. M. .Camara
and M. Ozdrlo held forth In eloquent
H.vIc Mr. McClanahan got off his old
dodge of the Democratic party being
t!o rarty of tho poor pcoplo as agalnit
tho enormously rich nnd patted tho
Portuguese on tho back, telling them
what a strong belief tho Democrats had
lu 'the Portuguese. He did not men
tion that the belief was of but. a few
l.OU's' duration, dating from tho time
it Wax, found that a number of votes
.night bo pulled out of tho Portuguese
Then Mr. Dush went on to tell the
Portuguese how bravely they hid
fought and bled for tho country anl
how they had helped connect the coun
try with tho United States, crying rtoin
t)n action of the Congress that failed
to give tho Portuguese the rights of
citizenship. Ho could not refrain from
mentioning that he was once tho Min
uter of the Interior and that, as suc'i.
ho had tho pleasure ot raising the wages
t'f mry man. The mnjjfllv t.t l.o)
win profited wero Portuguese. Mr.
liuali brought forth no statistics but
slnply flung down the bare statement,
cv,tcctlng the Portugueso to believe.
M .0. Sllva made the statement that
ho did not know which party he woidd
Join but that, as far as he knew the
Democratic wns the rleht one.
A committee consisting of Joseph
Dlnz, M. G. Sllva and A. Medclros weie
appointed a Portuguese voto chasing
ccinmltteo and tho meeting adjourned.
I be Portuguese present at tho meet
ing In l.tialtanu hall lust night did not
in vt y way swear allegiance to the Dcni
oerntlc party. Although there was a
large number present, all wero present
just to hear what was being said .and
nnl 'nil nrimtnt ,tf anv nllatvlnnmt tri tli
uphtdders of Ilryan and 10 to 1. This
, U tho statement of many ot tho lu-
lluentla'1'T'ortugucse' who wero present.
uuu ut muse men sum hub niuriuug
"All wo want Is to have tho Portugussj
nutitrallzo and register. They will vole
for the man who will do them the most
ioud ,bo he Democrat or Republican." 1
Tho Socialist Labor party held It)
' convention In Assembly hall last night
and choso Henry Cohen, n longshore
r.i in, as their candidate, for delegate to
. Congress. Cohen Is a native ot Roches
ter, N. Y. Thcro Is some question at
to Cohen's eligibility. Ho must bo 30
, years of ngo to bo a delegate to Con
i grcrs and tho man Is only a llttlo over
2J years. The Organic Act also de
mands that a man to bo a dolcgato to
i Congress must have been a resident nt
' the country for three years. It Is prob
ntile that tho labor men will nominate
The Young Men's Republican Club
reported at headquarters last night and
laid before tho executive committee
plans which they had mado for aggres
sive campaign work which is to begin
Immediately. At the headquarters ot
thi club, Nuuanu street, there will be
Breaking each evening and Instruction
will bo given In tho matter ot preparing
I allots, and voting. Other mcotlngs
In Mirlous parts ot tho city will also be
a i ranged for.
Prince David Knwnnnnakoa arrive 1
back In the Walalcalo this mornhig.
That vessel arrived in Hllo nt about
3:30 o'clock on the afternoon ot Oc
tober 3 and left at 1:32 tho next morn
ing. I'rlnc-o David was not far away
but it too lihlm a little tlmo to make
his arrangements. He, registered this
morning and then, after consulting
with thu leaders of tho party, loft again
fei Hawaii n tho .Manna Loa.-
Thn Republicans who went down the
ro.ul yesterday, held a meotlng nt Wal-
mnnnlo last evening, tho residents ot
tin. I placo and Kullua being present en
masse. Thcro wero In the neighbor-
i iw n
boon ot a hundred present. Much en
thusiasm was shown.
While, the Watalcale was at Lahalna
a boat with Kalauokalanl aboard rowed
olongsldo and asked to be given pass
age to Honolulu. Prince David con
sented and the Independent leader wai
Lrought to town.
There will bo a meeting of the Plat
form committee of the Democratic par
ty this afternoon. Prominent Demo
crats liavo been Invited to bo present
fur the purpose of offering suggestions.
A meeting ot Republicans was held at
th; reform school In Kallhl last night.
Speeches were made, by U L. McCand
less, F. Archer, Geo. R. Carter, J, L.
Kaulukou and others.
A large crowd was In attendance at
tho meeting of Republicans nt Makiki
last night The speakers were A. G.
M. Robertson Clarence Crabbe, J. It.
Iljyd and A .V. Gear.
Registration rolls are open only
It was left to Superintendent of
Public Works McCandless ,at the Gov-
ornor's council this morning, to preparo
leguUtlons for sewer connections and
coro ot tho sewerage system.
Mr. McCandless showed tho plans ot
thu proposed new dispensary, but Mic
council did not seo where the money
wax coming from for Its construction
An opinion of U.'-P. Dole, Attorney
General, addressed to Governor S. H.
Dole, was read as, follows:
'In the matter ot tho application of
McKsrs. Thco. II. Davles & Co., Ltd.,
a gumral agents ot the Canadian-Aus
tralian Royal .Mull Steamship Co., for a
lease of land on tho harbor front for
the purposes of a coal yard, submitted
to mo by you for nn opinion, I have thu
honor to report as follows:
"Without questioning tho authority
cf tbe Territorial Government to per
mit lessees to hold over temporarily
as. tenants at will, I think, where oo
cupancy for a term of years Is Intended,
the Bplrlt of the law contemplates that
It s'tould be by lease at public auction.
I'lils certainly complies with the law.
It makes corruption nnd suspicion of
corruption almost Imposbtble' and Is
calculated to obtain the highest mar
ket rental for government property.
"It seems to mo that creating tenan
cies nt will of public lands by private
contiact, and upon an understanding
thut they are to continue for n term of
yeurs .would verge upon an evasion of
It was voted that the Pacific- Mall
Steamship Co. and tho Oceanic Steam
ship Co. bu allowed to keep In posses
sion of their present coal spaces under
tho resent lease nt will as to tho Pa-'-lllc
Mall Co., and under u leuso at will
with n rental of $250 a year as to tho
Oceania Steamship Co., to tho e,nd of
the next session of tho Legislature.
Trt-nsurer T. F. Lansing spoke about
his Jurisdiction over corporations. It
wns decided that the Treasurer took
over all the duties of tho former Mlnlo-t-r
of tho Interior excepting those that
related to public works, streets, etc.
Tho latest styles In shirts and ties
nro to bo found at Iw-akaml's, Hotel
street. 'Tel. 3301 White.
Fine Job Printing at
SENATORS, ISLAND OF 0AHU:
Hon. D. P. R. Isenberg, Jr.,
Col. John D. Holt, Jr.,
Hon. E. K. Llllkalanl,
Hon. J. 0. Carter,
F. J. Testa,
Charles W. Booth,
Major J. M. Camara,
S. W. Spencer,
Hon. E. C. Macfarlane,
John H. Wise.
Hon1 John E. Bush,
I'IPTII DISTRICT. '
Hon. S, M. Damon,
H. J. Mossman,
Hon. Frank Brown,
Hon. Samuel K. Pua,
Jesse P. Makalnal.
GOAL Ft STEAMSHIPS
School Children Cannot
Get Their Doctors
MANY ARE UNDER BAN
FROM YEAR TO YEAR
What Is to Be Done With the Outcasts-Important
Vacant Examinations and
A meeting of the Commissioners of
Public Instruction was held this morn
Ins. Superintendent A. T. Atkinson
ptcslded, with him beln (Jprjjnt''rof.
W. D. Alexander, Mrs. Hall, Mrs. Jor
um nnd Harry von Holt, members: Dr.
C. T. RodgorsSeretary and T. II.
Upon a report ot the teachers' com
mltlce appointments wero mado as fol
Miss Susie Klrkland, nsslstant at
Sprcckelsvllle In place of Jessie Klrk
A. D .Wlsllnrd, principal at Honuu-
iluli in place of Miss J. II. Wores, re
Miss W. K. Iteavls to a position at
Miss May to Pauoa school in placo ot
Li m diplomas were garnted to Prince
L. Topic, Miss Carrlo E. Toplo, H. 3
Townecnd and Miss M. Loulso Dcyo.
Allfo certificate was granted to Mlsi
Rose C. Davison, and a first class
grammar school ono to Miss Calla J.
Geo .Trlmhlo was appointed school
agi.nt for Molokal.
J. Llghtfoot superintendent of nlijlil
schools, hnd nn allowance of J15 n
uouth for keeping a. horse. Tho horse
died nnd carriage, hire wns coming to
more than tho position was worth. No
cctlon was taken.
Mi. Llghtfoot's resignation as vies
principal ot tho Honolulu high school
was announced. It wa svoted that "If
no .unliable material Is hero the teach
ers' committee tnko the necessary stops
to secure a successor." Tho under
standing was that Hurxurd or Yale uni
versity should be communicated with
for obtaining n teacher of the requisite
Mr. Atkinson reported that attention
had been paid to complaints about tho
guiiltary conditions of schools. A let
ter wns received from D. C. Little,
principal of tho Royal, on this subject.
Tho letter written by tho secretary, nt
the Instant o of tho euoerliitondpnt, to
the Hoard or Health was read and
found less ferocious than hnd been
represented aVa meeting of thnt body.
Mr. Gibson reported examinations
for primary grado certificates nt Will
luku, Maul, by Mr. Kelllnol, and at
Waloblnu, Hawaii, by Mr. Ilaldwln, re
sultln.t In certificates as follows: First
class Miss Kthel Smith. Second
clai3 Miss Mary do Soma, Miss Zcllo
Rogers, Miss Nettlo dos Rcis, F. 13. At
wider and .Moses Malakana. Third
clats Miss Rowenn K. Richardson,
Miss Lucy I.anl and Miss Julia l'olia
kimohewa. A letter was read which had been
sent to J. A. Kennedy, chairman Ro
ubllcan territorial committee, for
bidding the use ot school housos for i0'
ilttenl meetings without special per
F. P. Rosecrnns .teacher at Ulupala
kin, wroto saying tho school children
there had not been examined for tlneo
yeavt and thcreforo could not lirlu,?
health certificates. Ho had telephoned
to th escliool agent at Walluku and also
to tho physician nt Klhel. A teacher
wnt liable to a fine If ho permitted the
alt'-mlance of pupils without health
certificates. Whnt was to bo done?
S, Kelllnol normal Inspector for the
tecond circuit, nlso wanted advices on
the tamo question. Ten children at
Walhce wpro excused and told to re
port to tho doctor every month. Thenn
children wero called suspects. Last
yonr there was no examination. "I
found ono caso which wns quite bad,"
Mr. Kelllnol writes; "I oxcused him
all 'the year. Ho would not report and
the doctor was too busy lo como ami
exnmlno tho school. This yenr .tlio
ease was pronounced leprosy, whereat
lothe' suspect enses excused four yean
ago aro still In Walheo, having hiirx
mixing freely with tho rest of tho chil
dren. A child Is cither sick nr ho Is
not. There should b no'tuspei-ts. Tho
Rcni-.' of Health might require that tho
nominations bo conducted a llttl'
mora thoroughly than Just a mer
litanre. How am tho outcasts to bo
The meeting was not prepared to
rnauer this serious question.
Hllo, Oct, (.Tho Hawaii Herald
Frank Keyser, Aleck Relnhart and
Oiarlee Johnson, tho Uiree sailors nr
rested on suspicion ot murdering Ah
Clio, wero given a preliminary hearing
before Judge llapal on Monday las:.
Ex-Judgo Smith appeared for tho
prosecution and W. B.'WIio for tho de
fense. A number of witnesses wero
called to prove that tho men might
havo been in the vicinity when In
rea'lty they were some where else
when tho murder wns committed. Tho
Judge reserved Ills decision until yes
terday when he committed them to ap
rear before the grand Jury.
IE WA CAM
HELLO GIRLS WILL NOT
WORK FOR NEW BOSSES
Ask for Louisa Instead of Maria
Will Hold an Indignation
Meeting Tonight Two
There Is still merry war at the Tele
phone Exchange between the Hello girls ,
and the new boiies. It was thought that "
the telephone couldn't be worse, bu- there's ''
no telling how many 'phones were smash
ed yesterday on acc'.unt of business mtn
not being able to get the numbers called
for. It Isn't much better today.
This morning tbe ranks of the strikers
were reduced by two. Having slept over
It, these two decided that It would be pos
sible for them to return to wotk under Mr.
Cochran and Maria Brady. So they went
on duty this morning and now the staff at
central numbers nine Instead of seven.
The remaining strikers cannot find lan
guage to express their opinion of the two .
weak hearted ones, and tonight they will
have an Indignation meeting. It Is pro
mised to be a hot time, that will make a
political rally look like a fifty cent piece.
Mr. Cochran and Maria Brady are the
cause of this temptest that has wrecked
the ptace a "central" and caused bad lan
guage to be uttered at the non-response
'phone. Mr. I Cochran has displaced Mr. '
Cassldy at 'central and Maria Brady has
assumed the duties of Louisa chief opera
tor The Hello girls like Mr. Cassldyand
they can't stand Mr. Cochran; they love
Louisa and onlv a woman can express
their opinion of Mirla Brady. It takes a
woman to slash her own sex when she Is
mad. And the Hello girls are mad.
They sav they will never go back to
work till their bosses are changed to the
good people as of yore. .Meanwhile the
tejephone compiny Is paying out Itss
mone for salaries and the price to its
patrons remains the same.
Mph. AuHtln Return.
Mrs. S. L. Austin tho wife ot tho lato
Judge, returned to Hllo by tho Rixkr
lei. Dhu, utter many years' absence In
California, to bo welcomed by a largo
number ot old friends. Mrs. Austin Is
staying with her sister, Mrs. Sever
ance, for a few weeks after which sha
leaus to mako a homo with her
daughter, Miss Hattlo Austin, In Ho
It Is the duty of all Republicans
to REGISTER AT ONCE.
Special values in woolen goods are
now being offered by L. n. Kerr & Co.
at greatly reduced prices. Call and In
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