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EVENING BULLETIN, BJi.OLULO, H. T., TUESDAY, DEC. lV, 190L
ELEGANT GOODS FOR
Wo have Imported speelally lor thn
holiday season the inoit appropriate
novelties for Christmas and New
nriT gifts over shcmn In .Honolulu.
Ilcnutiful Toilet and Traveling Cases,
Handsome Leather Goods, Exqultlto
Perfumes, Ebony Good and a hundred
and ono other nrtlrlcs that jour frlendH
will appreclato an remembrances of
the closing )car. Come and tee them
whether jon buy or not. Wo'll le glad
to see vou. .: .: ,; ,: ,: :
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The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
Office Jhdd Building, Merchant St.
THE GREENWICH INSURANCE CO.
INS. COMPANY OF NORTH AMERICA.
Assets $9.583.70 1. 94.
THE NEW ZEALA.VD INSURANCE CO.
Subscribed Capital $5,000,000.00.
THE WESTCHESTER FIRE INS. CO.
THE GER.MANIA LIFE INSURANCE CO.
CANTON MARINE INSURANCE OFFICE.
Subscribed Capital $2,500,000.00.
PACIFIC SURETY COMPANY.
The HONOLULU INVESTMENT CO., Ltd.
General Insurance, Real Estate and Financial Agents
A. V. dEAR, President. EMnETT MAY, Secretary.
A Gift that will be
One of our beautlttil candy boxen
filled with delicious Chocolate and
Ilan-hons. The boxes alone are hurli
clently beautiful to charm the most
tnMfful. but when filled with our can
dies will delight the mont tnxtldlout.
GRUENHAGEN'S CANDIES A SPECIALTY.
CANDY DEPARTMENT OF
WALL, NICHOLS CO., LTD.
TWO iSTORES IN ONE.
By huylnjj join
Figs, Dates, Nats
Layer Raisins, Etc.
H. MAY & CO.
TclcphoneH 32, 24, 02
P. O. Box 380.
CHRISTIAN ANDREWS IS
OPPOSED TO METHODS
Purported to Have Been Used by
School Agent Also Has Some
thing to Say on Schools
Music U one of Die most heavenly of
arts, and the tones of our Westermnyer
I'lnno du tal.e one qultn away and
ulime this wretched old world and let
him buvi a gllnipn' of tho stnr world
You will like thu Westermnyer Pia
nos, nnd you'll not find It hard to buy.
Hoffschlaeger Co , Ltd.
King and Bethel 8ts.
Furniture not only makes
a handsome present but a
useful iJ acceptable one
as well. We have many
beautiful articles In this
line too numerous to men
tion here, which we cot 1 1
especially for the holiday
trade. CALL AND SEI:
THEbTOCK. : : : : i
IIOPP & CO.,
Leading Furniture Dealers
Cor, King and Bethel Sts.
I for 'Xmas
Your fiiinds will apprcc
iate a GOOD PHOTO
GRAPH OF YOU for
a prtcnt, and I will
make the picture a Rood
unr. CALL AND SEE
J. J. WILLIAMS,
Take elevator In Hnsvjn Kloih.
Qovernor Dole said: It la best to
bo particular about tho authenticity
Accuracy la next In Importance. Ac
curato copies uro fiunrnntced when
J. D AVERY, Public Typewtlter.
Tel. Main. 76. Over Hart's, Hotel 8t.
Editor Evening Ilulletln: When al
this bother started, I told nu that I
would keep you Informed of the antler
or tbo Department of Education and
Its local representatives. Here are
cioniu mure developments In the case.
Miss ParU received that returned po
tltlon. 8hn was to Investigate nud
elvo further Information. Her modus
operandi was thiswise: She sent for
tier henchman, thu truant officer, but
what orders be received from her I
could not say. He told one or two of
tho Interested to have all thoao twen
ty-flve slenertt to congregate at n cer
tain store and there he would havu
them make a duplicate of their former
petition. Now this was on a Sunday,
whllo the ihurch service of those sign'
ers was going on, ergo somo of thoso
who signed previously were not there,
but at their church. Wow what sort of
a report will Miss Paris make? Every
possible en re was taken not to give
tho people a chance to sign the new
Now, Mr. EiAtor, is that the way to
Conduct an Investigation? Don't you
tLo the villainous attempt to smother
tbo truth, to utterly Ignoro the wishes
of the people? I'd come out "topside
up" like a duck every time. If they'd
give a fair show, but they'll take awful
good caro that t don't get that. When
Mr. Haldwln was here six months ago,
bo heard tho vox popull demanding a
permit for a private school and for
"yours truly" to be the teacher: but I
suppose he never told the department
of that. If that permit Is not soon
forthcoming, we will have our Honor
able Representative come over thla
wuy before he starts for tho extra scs
rlon. He has promised that much. The
Home Killers are not very busy Just
now owing to the gamo that Is going
en. which It Is useless to say is not
at all calculated to fortify the ilepuu
llcnn party In this Second District.
Tho pcoplo here would like to Know
why South Kona Is chosen the "dump
log grounds" for tiiieertlllinieu leath
ers, to wit, out of a possible fifteen
there are twelve wlio Hold no papers
AmouK these twelve there are four
principals, lint all of these, twelve are
church-Members of .Miss Purls church
or of nil ainlhitlou of it. Tne tui.tlit
Olllcei (one of her rhuiih members)
gets (30 a mouth nnd has nothing else
to do but to carry the pay-roll aruuud
oveiy mouth. He has theiefore thirty
days to look after his private alfnlrs,
nnd one day to earn his t-'" in- That'
a lob I'd like to have, but I'd never
sacrifice principle and chuiiiiter to gel
It. The teaihiTH are all a very willing
set, but In order to educate young peo
ple one ought to have a little mora
than a common school education.
Muny of our people hnvo not that. 1
told Mr. Haldwln lust June that It was
all loss of time to drill methods and
modes of teaching Inio soma of them;
time would be more profitably employ
ed In teaching them the three lis.'
The Idea of a prluclpal standing before
a class, pointing to tue picture or an
ox nud asking them, "How many oxea
do you seel Anil, "toil, who Is your
nam"' such n man to get I.i5 a
month for murdering .m: English Ian
guage! Why. in any civilized country
he'd be taired and feathered long ago.
I havys given these teachers lessons In
reading, spelling, dictation, etc., (grs
tls) on Haturdays for over two months.
One should think inat to bo the Nor
mal Instructor's business, but ho never
dees It In South Kona. One teacher
npproached him last Juno nnd hsked
him to show how he would proceed In
teaching geography to tho second
grade. He told the teacher that he
hnd no time, but that he'd tukn the
clnss through after' he'd letuin (In
six months). That was true, lie had
not time; I'm witness to that myself,
He had to take In the sights, to go
over to Captain Cook's monument at
Kinlakekua, ami the fumous city ol
refuge at Hoiiuunau. Another teacher
was obliged to teach school on n Sat
urday simply to nccommodnte the
Normal Instructor on his II) Inn tutu
The ttfhoot system here In Kona is
rotten to ..10 cute uud left that way
Just because the great majority of the
people are Hawallans. At the opening
ol this serslon. on October UN, soma
teachers were nearly it week too lata
In getting to their respective schools
According to a legulatlon of tho Do
ptrtnicut (vlclu Superintendent's Ho
port to tho (loveiuor, llMil), they ought
to hu docked, but our school agent
tnkes good eaie of her friends.
Poor, hungiy pupils (hungry before
going to scliool), getting no lunch at
12 m., and wnoso classes are dismiss
ed at 1 p, m., must attend Sunday
t-ihool rehenrsuls before going home
to get something to eat. It is 5 o'clock
k mutinies before thoso poor kids got
anything Into their stomaens. Thnt
Napoopoo church Is paramount. I sup
pose from all I saw during my one
year's stay at thu .Napoopoo school
that the school ngent has full sway of
(huri'b (she Is Sunday school tench
er), of school tshe Is the school
iigint), nnd of politics. Sho enn call
any teucher out of his or her school
at any time of the uay nnd ask him
to go to the Napoopoo church and
teach singing (Sougs of tbo Soul)
there: I was an eye-witness to It
When that teacher was taken to task
for It, he stated openly beforo tho pco
plo that thu school agent had told him
to do so.
Some of our tenchers absent them
selves for dus during tho week; all
they do is to "stick" any boy or girl
In their places. What does thnt boy
or girl do? It's ouu continual draw
ing or singing until school Is dismiss
ed. That't: what I call education with
a vengeniue, but wo got to submit to
It. I'm paying $lun a month for
the privilege of opening iny mouth.
It was muzzled up Tor lirteen years.
1 uin unite familiar with thu "recon
dlt Intricacies" of the ediKationnl ma
chine. The inobt powerful weapon Is
Ignorance. Keep these "stnpid na
tives" In Ignornnce, don't tench them
thu English language, that will final!)
keep tin-in out or thu Legislature.
They aro so powerful now already.
what will they bo after they get a good,
11 orougii i:ngnsii euiicaiioii;
I hold tho original of thnt open peti
tion; It Is too valuable to give It up;
It may (omit handy later on. Wo are
going to put the (Irnnd Jury on the
(.ctnt. CIIHISTIAN AM1HEW8.
Napoopoo, South Kona, Dee, 12, 1901,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bulletin's special Industrial edi
tion can be obtained at this office or
the news-stands. Price 25 cents.
C. II. Wells arrived from Maul In tho
Mauna Loa today. - '
II, Hawxhurst nnd Gride left for llllo
In the Klnau today.
Hon. H. P. Haldwln leaves for Maul
in the Klnau today.
Tho schooner Eclipse was at Kallua
when the Mauna Loa sailed.
The Elcu towed the schooner Alice
Kimball to sea this morning.
On Friday, Dec. 20, Jas. i Morgan
will sell at public auction wooden
W, J. Lowrle, manager of SprccU
elsvllle, icturns to Maul In thu Claud
Inc this afternoon.
The Mauna Loa brought a total of
C079 sacks of sugar, 324 sacks of,fof
fee and 252 sacks of taro.
Tbe sloop yacht Dowey went adrift
early this morning, -he Is now moor
ed safely in Navy slip No. 2.
Tbe Mauna I.oa reports II. A. Co.
cleaned out. Diamond II cleaned out.
II. S. Co. and P. S. M. no sugar
Uourbon Whiskey, C jcars old, 43.30 ;
Claret, 50 cents; Sherry and Tokay, 75
cents a gallon at Hoffschlaeger Co. s,
Tho Mauna Loa was late In arriv
ing this morning, having been delayed
by the rougn weatner in crossing Ha
J,ce Toma & & Co., 33 King street,
can make you a cigar, any shape, for
Christmas or New Year's, from one to
any quantity, quality or price.
At HooDuloa tho Mauna Loa only
landed passengers auu man on up trip
as It was very rough, on tne return
run the freight was delivered.
According to 1 urser Siincrgoa's re
port, there was flue wenther met by
the Mauna Loa along the Hamakua
coast; no rain and soft, southerly
Tbo Noeau was to have left Puna
lull yesterday afternoon with 1330
sacks II. A. Co. s sugar and 3C9 sacks
II. S. Co. sugar. She will bring no
cattle tbls trip.
Katie Aukal has brought suit for ill
lorce against Churlca Aukal. Plaintiff
charges non-support as her onl.vrea.
sou for asking that a divorce be grant
ed. J. Alfred Magoon for plaintiff.
The Ilrotlierhood of St. Andrew's
fiulld wll meet tomorrow evening ut
7 o'clock In the Sunday scliool room
adjoining St Andrew's Cathedral. All
members are requested to be present
C.inialii Chllcott. who for several
months and until lately has been with
.he (llobe Navigation Company at the
Seattle end of the lino, has no longer
any connection wuh tho com em, as
ho recently resigned his position.
The barkentlno S. O. Wilder, twen
ty days from San Francisco, arrived
at noon after a very rough trip. Th
vessel did not sec anything of the
Carleton but sighted tho barkenlinu
Ocorgu C. Perkins and schooner Mur
iel. Three passengers, Mrs. .Norrls,
Miss Hutli Norrls and Miss Nkkstrom,
arrived In tho vcssol.
The Bulletin's special industrial edl
tlon can be obtained at this office or
Au Open Petltlou to tne Department
of Public Instruction:
We, the uudei signed, were not aware
(hat a petition for a private school was
in circulation. Had wo known of It,
A'u snould most certainly have signed
our names.Fur there s not a man, wom
an or cm Id tnat Is not m tavor of An-
diuws. Wo protest, through thu me
dium of your vatiiahlo paper, against
(he acts of Mr. Haldwln and ot. Miss
ci. Paris In thu late developments at
(he Napoopoo school, lhe school bo
longs to us; we aro the public, ul
inoiigh wu havo ix-en considered
"such vllu trash" tnat no notice what
ever was taken of our personal wishes,
three petitions have been forwarded
direct to the Department; the' first
one, containing lluy-elght signatures,
mis emirtly Ignored; ot thu second
one, numbering forty-two names, re
ceipt was acknowledged, but no morn
Ann donu; the third one was returned
10 Miss Paris lor investigation, 'lnai
,ndy has lukeu mighty good caro not
(C investigate, shu will In ull probabil
ity muku out u leport to suit ner own
purpose's. Please let tne public know
that the signers of tho third petition
ero told to congregate at a certain
cloru (nolens voleus) to repudiate or
acknowledge their former signatures
sine took good taru 10 make It Impos
Bible for all to be there; tho greater
part of them wero at tho church ser
vice (this was on a Sunday), Threw
or four never beard ot tho "ukase"
ordering them to that corral; consuv
quently the school agent will report
that they repudiated their lormer sic
natures. Wo think It to havo been ber
duty to go about from house to house
and Inquire until she got to thu bottom
ol It. Thu truant ottlcer, who Is he
henchman, told hvr that ho could not
sccuru tour names; be told her that
uu could not linn the parties. Infa
mous He tho man id not make th
least attempt; ho took good enro thut
ihu people would not sco him. Wo
would llku to know why that paper
was returned, in the first place. Sec
ondly, why was It returned to Miss
Paris. Won It returned oul of spite?
Didn't tho "common trash" comply
with section 21 of tho school laws?
Hasn't Andrews tho necessary qualifi
cations? Why was not an outsider
asked to Investigate? Why must the.
aicuser investigate? Simply in order
to frustrate tho ends of JiiBtlce. Tho
real truth does not not want to be
known. Wo arc going to keep ham
merlng at this scliool question until
It Is settled. This Is tho rourlh petl
tlou; It contains no names that ap
peared 011 thu third paper. That thu
translation of the third petition was In
accurate could not navo been tbe rca
son for returning It. The petition was
required by law; the translation was
not. Can't the honorable Department
nnq anyono competent to translate
Wo protest against Mr Haldwln and
Miss Paris Investigating, 'ihey aro
the plaintiffs In thu case; we the ciq
ftitdants, and Andrews the victim, sac
rill ceil on the altar of spite and bigotry,
' Two children.
1 our children.
FIIED. L. LESLIE,
Napoopoo, Dec. 12, 1901,
to a Temis Lover
The hlhcnt strode
of this shoe mode,
linn cxtPii rubber
hoIch, to replace
the present oncH,
when worn out.
A New Tennis
McINERNY SHOE STORE
Joyful 'Xmas News
SALE OF : :
ONE QUARTER CHOPPED OPP
THE PRICES. -----
A chance to buy the little oncH
prcHcntH tit fi very low figure.
We have got a larger stock of toys than wo can sell this year
and must dispose of them at a sacrifice so we place the cntlro
stock on salo at a discount of So per cent on purciiases 01 aoove
. Every artlclo Is marked In plain figures and any toy marked
II will bo sold for 75 cents, nnd CO cent toys for -10 ccntB, nnd at
tho same rate all through tho stock.
Our toy stock Is tho finest and most complete In tho city and
Includes MECHANICAL TOY8, DRUMS, WAGONS, CO-CARTS,
ALL GOODS DELIVERED FREE TO ANY PART OF TOWN.
We have bought too large a stock for this season and arc oblig
ed to make this sacrifice so as not to carry It over to next year.
Sale Begins Moiday, December 14th.
Sale Closes Salirday, Deccmbr 21st.
Store open every night until flilS o'clock
PACIFIC IMPORT COMPANY, "
Progress Block, Fort Street.
CLINTON J. HUTCHIINS,
J. H. FISHER
Stock and Bond Brokers.
FIRE ASSOCIATION, of PhlUdelphlV
WESTERN ASSURANCE CO, of Tf
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
Honolulu, Mcember tr, tool
NAME OF STOCK
pint I J J
fi p If si
C. Rrtwcr At Comeanv.
L.H. Krr CO,. LU
Plinlitlon Co ....
Hawiltin Com It 5u Co
HHan 5ufr Co ... I
Honomu Suctr Co .
Ha'ku Sofif Co i.
Kihuktu Pltnutlon Co .
KltMl Plant Co ,LM, ..
Klpihulu Sufir Co ..
Kaloa furr Co
0tiu Sujtt Co, .
i,oaoox ioo J
.J 1 1,750 1
09kla Surir Plan. Co
OI11 Su. Co.. Lti.. At 1
paaunau au. nan, 1.0,
Pacific Sufar Mill
Pala Plaotatlon Co....,
Ptpttkto Surar Co ...i
Pioneer Mill Co
Pionr Mill Co. Aimi
Walalua Atr. Co , .
Wallulni Surar Co ....
Walaanalo Sugar Co
Wl Att tamM Cn ..
iaaiian t'ectric to ..
Mutual TattphoA Co,.. I
Othn Dv at Lani Ca. .
Ptopla's let ft R It Co
Flrat National Bank.
Hawaiian Gov $ par cant
HlloK. R. Co. 6 percent
Hon. fcracll Trntll.....
E PUntat n 6 per cent
ujnu k n i to pr. c
Ota a Plantation 6 p. c
Waljtua Agtkul, 6 p c
Thcro will be n Kruno1 concert at
Knwalalino on tho night of Duccmlior
!" for the benefit of tho church. Then)
will bu fours by tnu Kanichamclia
linyn ami tho Kavvnlnhio Klrls, nuil
Ilnvvallnn nlrs by tho (Julntct Cluli and
Kuwnlnhan choir. Tho admission feu
of twentv-flvo cents scents very small
in view of tho excellence of tho pro
gram that Is now being arranged.
These entertainments are given onca
WII.I.ARD E. BIIOWN.
W. A. LOVK.
Halstead & Co;;
ON 8UQAR SECURITIES.
921 Fort Street.
Stock and Bond Exchange.
Stock and Bond Broker
Member of Honolulu Stock Eichingi
Orders for the purchase or sale of stocks
ma bonds carefully and promptly iikuIkI,
Ground Floor, Judd Building.
Postoffice Box 300. Telephoo. 169
FIRE X "!& MARINE
McIINERiNV BLOCK. PORT ST.
Judd & Co., Ltd.
307 etnntjenwold BulldIoi2,
P. O. Box 007. Tel. Main 3S8
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND FILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN bj
our late scientific method applied to thr
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors li
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCBS and Ingredients to extract, nil
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectecable from natural teetl
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All wort
lone by OIUDUATED DENTIBT8 ol
from 12 to 20 years' experience, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist, Olve us a call, and you will find
us to do exactly as we advertise. W
will tell you In advaneo exactly what
your work will cost oy a FREE EX
Set Teeth (S.OO
Cold Flllln&a 91.00
Silver Filling BUe
NO DANGER Al NEW
YORK DENTAL PAR
LORS, FOR EVERY IN
8TRUMENT IS THOR
AND EVERY NAPKIN
Our name alono will be a guarante
that your work will be of the best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elltn Ilulldlnz. Hotel Rtreet
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE. I
HAS NEW GAMES
Wo have on exhibition anl for sale tho very latest novelties
from Santa Clans' workrooms (lames that you havo seen advertls
cd In the leading magazines and periodicals, names for young peo
ple; games for old people; gurnet for everybody. Here are some of
the namoB of new ones.
Burrows Balletto Boards
We have all the old games, as well, and also many pretty tos.
For years our toy department lias been a most populitr Institu
tion and the stock Is In tbo great a variety fo speak of separately
horo. Thcro Is only ono way tn find out what we have You are In
vited to call nnd Bee everything.
OUR TOY, DEPARTMENT we warrant will not be disappointing.
E. W. JORDAN'S
FORT STREET ,
the news-stands, price za cents.
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