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Begin the New Year Well and Subscribe
From 8. F.
Alameda Jan. 11
America Marti . . .Jan. 11
For 8. F.
Hongkong Mam. . .Jan. 11
Alameda Jan. IS
Moana Jan. IB
Aorangl ..Jan. 18
A' Well Regulated Hen
Does business every day In
the year anil vociferously
advertises the fact. When
she doesn't cackle, you may
be suro "there Is nothing
doing." If there Is anything
doing In your store adver
tlso the tact In tho llullotln.
FOR TUB EVENING BULLETIN
Vol. X. No. 2030.
HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, SATURDAY. JANUARY A 1902
Pkigi; 5 Cents.
Aldrlch and Piatt Are
Now in Favor of
REGARDED AS NECESSARY
TO DEFEAT ANNEXATION
Sugar Trust Is Making Strong Fight
for Free SugarMu3t Be Offset
by Reduction of
Washington, Dei;. 20 - Senator Aid
rich, oTIB of the lcadora ot tho Senate,
has cumo to tho conclusion that a (in
ferential tariff must bo granted to Cu
1m. Karly In tho session ho shared
with Senator 1'latt 01 Connecticut the
opinion that nothing should bo done
for Cuba, ns tho United states had
already moro than carried out Its obli
gations. Now, howovcr, ho advocates
a reduction of tho tariff, and buses his
reason on tho combination that has
been formed to bring about annexation
If tho tarirf Is not reduced,
Senator Aldrlch told Senator Per
kins this week that tho sugar trust and
other Btrong Influences were at work
to bring about annexation, and that If
the tariff wcro not rcuuccei Cuba would
bo In such shapo that tho United.
States would practically bo coerced
Into annexing tho Island. Aldrlcn
added that ho was opposed to annexa
tion, and that, rather than hao the
sugar trust sccuro frco trade, vvhlcn
would follow annexation, ho would la
or tho reduction of tho tariff. lie
(bought tho matter wouid bo 1 cached
during tho spring.
Senator Lodgo and Senator I'erl.lns
wcro In Sociotary Hoot's olllco today
when tho subject came up. "Wo must
have a reduction of t.io tariff," said
Senator Lodge. "If wo do not. tho In-llucm-cs
that aro working for annexa
tion will bo victorious. The people of
Cuba, If they sccuro a reduction of tho
tariff, will bo able to work out their
salvation; but if tney don l sccuro It
they will be a unit for annexation.
Their only market la tho United
Secretary Itoot expressed an earnest
deslio to havo tho tnriu reduced in
order to relievo tho tension In Cuba.
Senator I'crklns said ho was opposed
to tho reduction of tho tariff, but Sen
atbr Lodge replied thai It was bound
to come. Iloth Aldrlch and Lodgo la
or a reduction of half a cent a pound
on Cuban raw sugar, and a reduction
on tobacco and other Island products
Once a year, tho Ilrothcrs ot St
Louis College glvo a miniature stuge'
teprcBcntatlon. at tho well-appointed
theater connctlcd with that education
al Institution, of tho principal histori
cal featuics of tho Holy Land. The
town of llothlchom, tho cave In which
tho Savior was born, tho shepherds and
their Hocks, and many other features
well known to all Sunday school schol
ars, arc shown In remarkable natural.
11058. The cntlio scene, with the ex
ception of tho animal figures. Is the
handiwork of the Brothers of?tho col
lege In their lelsuro moments nnd Is
creditable to their mechanical and ar
tistic abilities. Tho entertainment is
well worth a half hour of any ono's
time, and costs tho public nothing cIfo,
ns there is no admittance charge Com
paratively few pcoplo have availed
themselves of tho entertainment fco far
till year, but It Is expected that largo
crowds will visit tho collcgo theater
this coming week. Tho doors aro open
every evening, nnd ovcry one Is wel
come. A week from tonight will prob
ably bo tho Inst of tho show for this
SPAULDINO TO KtlSlGN.
Washington, Dec. 20. Tho Impend
ing rotlremcnt of tho Secretary of the
Treasury Is likely to bo followed soon
by tho resignation of tho Assistant
Secretary. Oencial Spauldlng's heultli
Is poor, and It Is likely that he will be
transferred to a place In tho public
ncrvlco In ono of our new Island pos
sessions, where tho climate would be
less trying and the Government could
still avail Itself of his experience In
United States customs matters. Con
verse J. Smith, special Treasury ugent
In charge of tho Now nngland district,
is likely to take his place here.
MACLAY HAS QUIT.
. Now York., Dec. 28. Whllo he was
drawing his pay at the storekeeper'
department at tho Ilrooklyn Navy Yaul
Roger S. Maclay said In an Intcrvlovv
"Now that I havo read thre letter of
President Troctor of wo Civil Service
Commission, I shall let the whole mat
ter drop. Tho third volumo of my his
tory has been rovlsed and so far as I
am concerned mo Sampson-Schley Inci
dent Is closed."
Tho otneo of
WELLS, FARGO & CO,
HAS REMOVED TO THE MASONIC
BUILDING, COR. HOTEL AND ALA
llllll ID IN MINIATURE
VARIOUS COM NOTES
Exceptions to the Supreme Court
havo been filed by the libcllant, In ins
(1 Ivor co caso of Susan Kahillna vs. 1. II.
Kahllina, to the ruling of Judga
Humphreys denying tnc prnjer tor
Kinney, llallou Ac McClanahan havo
filed exceptions to tho Supreme Court
from Judgo Humphreys' denial of a
now'trlal to Savldgc, Schnack and Jucn
for assault and battery.
In tho case of Lowers & Cooko, Ltd,
vs. Honolulu Stock Yards Co., Ltd., n
Is stipulated that tho defendant may
have fifteen days further In which to
plead, demur or answer to the com
plaint. Demurrer has been argued nnd tak
en under advisement by Judge Hum
phreys In the case of J. j. Ilyrno vs.
Orphenm Co., Ltd.
Demurrer has been sustained In
Kanlauka vs. Wulanao Co, action to
quiet title, and leavo granted to plain
tiff to amend without costs.
IBIS ns I CDF
PRINCE DAVID'S UORSE '
CAPTURED TWO EVENTS
Great Success of Ililo's Race Meet
ing Fully Summary
of Races and
The races and sports at HHo on New
Year's Day were a great success In
every way and large crowds enjoyed
the celebration to their heart's con
tent. Among tho horsemen some of
tho talent went wrong nnd have return
ed to town poorer but wlsei.
The first race In the berles was u
three-eights mile with three entries,
Twinkle, llushw hacker and I'hlllp.
They finished in the order named after
a spliited rnce. Time, 39 seconds.
The second was tho race of the day
and several thousand dollars was
staked on the result. The entries,
weio: Weller tPrlncS David); Social
ist, (Oeo, S. McKcnzle); Carter Har
rison, (James O'Rourke), Del Vista,
(W. O. Walker).
Welter had been tho favorite up to
the night before the race, though
Jockey McAtillffo felt that a couple of
weeks more ot training would put him
boyond the chance of losing Carter
Harrison had done some good work
nnd was looked upon as having a good
chance to win. Del Vista and Socialist
Weller won under tho whip In 1 43T1.
with Carter Harrison secotid, Socialist
third and Del Vista last. The race
was for a purso of $100, and tho HHo
Track Cup which Is a magnificent sol
id silver punch bowl suitably engraved.
Ileforo becoming the property of an In
dividual It must be won twice by tho
Tho next rnce. n half-mile, had thric
entries. Frank S., Nullah and Royrl
Kan. They finished In the order nam
ed In .SOli seconds,
Complaint Is made of the operation
of the starting goto which did not work
successfully on the rnce day. Improve
ments In It will have to be made. This
was especially notlceablo In tho one
mile dash where one of the liaises was
almost' thiown. In this race there
were three starters, Dixie Iaml won
with Flerro second and Alphcus third.
Tollowlng Is a nummary of tho rest
of tho races:
Six furlongs dash 1. Del Vlstn; 2,
Rejected; 3, Flerro. Time. 1:2 JYt.
Five furlongs dash Frco for all.
Tie between Mollle Couners and Prill
cess Leotn, No rnco. Time, 1:0114.
Half-mile dash, frco for all. 1,
Frank S.; 2, I'rlnccss Leotn; 3, Re
jected. Tlmo -1)2 seconds. .
SHCOND DAf RACKS,
Half-mile handicap, free for all. 1,
1'innk S , 2, Mollle Conners; 3, Nullah.
Tlmo, 50'i seconds.
Mile and u quarter dash. Called off.
Flvo fin longs. Run twice. First
rnco, dead heat between Royal Fan nnd
I'rlncess Leotn. Second race l.Prln
(css Leota; 2, Rejected; 3, Royal Fan
One mile hurdle race. Declared off.
Six furlongs handicap. 1. Weller:
1 2, Del VUtu; 3, Mnly Couners; 1, Car
ter Harrison; 5, Fierro, Time, 1:1874. .
Consolation race. 1, Rovnl Fan; 2,
Flerro. Time, 1:21,
naseball-llllo vs. All Maui Hllo
won by score of 7 to 4. Second game,
Maul won, 12 to 5.
San Francisco, Dec. 23. It has been
decided to dispatch tjie transport
Thomas for Manila on January 10. The
Sheridan sails on the first of the year.
Among the passengers In tho Thomas
will ho Capt. Gcorgo II. Whitney, gov
ernment Inspector of hulls, and Carl F
Lohners, Inspector of boilers, with
their clerk, George D. Ciaggett. Tho
Inspectors will stop off at Honolulu
and make a thorough examination ot
vessels In tho Hawaiian Islands.
Tho Coroner's Jur- In the case of tho
death of tho Japanese cabin boy of tho
bailt Uesper yesterday, met nt tho po
llco station last night. Flvo witnesses
were examined. A verdict of death by
accident was returned,
Judge Humphreys yesterdav pic
tested against the use, of Judiciary
Department funds for aiding the circu
lation of a partisan publication. Tim
following letter appeared In the 11 lea
of tho Circuit Court:
Honolulu. Jan. J. 1902.
Henry Smith. Esq. Clerk or the Judl
Duir Sir. In passing through the
tlcik's olllcc this morning I untie a &
large number of parcels wrapped and
nddrcsscd for mailing, nnd upon Ini-ilr-lug
teamed that the pnekagco (ont.ilu
ed (oplta ot n publication eutltlm
"The Hawaiian Annual." l'urthc in
ijuliv developed the fnjt that the im
les of the publication In question vve-ir
purchased out of funds apptopriated
b) th" Leglslatuie for "Kxpcnset ct
Supiemc nnd Circuit Court (to IncU.do
pay of (hand Jnrorsl." 1 nm Intormed
further that no order has been made
by nn person, thereto authoilzcd, for
tho purchase of the Annuals, but that
It has been customary lu times pest
for tho clerk to purcnasc a number of
them for distribution througn tho mall.
It cannot be said with auy degree of
Vinson that tnesc books are sent to
various State officials In exchange for
the law reports of such falntes. ns we
are sending to such States In exchange
inr their reports, copies of tno Hawaii
an ItepoitH, besides I nonce that sev
POLICE ALARM TO
The coming ear will see u great
miiio changes In this city. One of tho
most acceptable of the changes will be
the Installation of the fire and polite
nhirni systems, thereby making tho
two departments Involved more efil
Cfott than ever. It Is calculated by
Mr. Coffee, the man who was hero dur
ing the session of the Legislature when
the appropriation bill providing fin
tho systems mentioned was passed,
that the wink of wiring nnd arranging
for the boxes nbout the city will bo
completed about the llrst of April
Just now, the nicks which will sup
port the wires of both the fire and
police iitarm systems, are being put up
on the poles about the city. Willie
Mr. Coffee himself is out attending In
the work everj day. It Is. moie properly
In charge of an overseer who now has
four expel t men at work
High Sheriif Drown Is very en
thusiastic over the prospect and he
has made certain ihnngcs at the police
station In anticipation of the comple
tion of the polite system. The olllco at
the receiving station has been cnl.irgc.il
and the ease for the switch lion id has
already been placed In position. The
desk has not yet arrived from tho
Coast but will be liele nefore long.
Tho switch Is the original one brought
hero by Ml, Coffco as n sample and
placed lu tlin annex at the police sta
tion for the Inspection of the legisla
tors when the Legislature was In ses
sion. When die sjstcm Is In woiklng Older
n man will be kept constuntl) nt the
switch bonul to recclvo emergency calls
nnd the tegular calls of the various ofTt
ceiH on their beats. This little matter
of having the oluccis ring In at certain
stated Intervals while wnlktng on their
beats will miike It Impossible fur any
man to neglect his (lut for a moment.
Resides tho forty regular boxes
which are to be Installed for tho police
system, there will bo private boxes put
In the banks of the city. Thlfs extra
expendltuie will, of couise, be paid by
.J J - .J . f .J
Secretary Cooper's letter declining
tho Invitation to deliver an address at
the Home Rule Republican mass meet
ing this evening and the leply of tne
committee are us follows:
December 30, 1001.
Dear Sir' Pleaso accept my thanks
for jour courtesy In extending to mc
nn Invitation to be prebent at and ad
dicss a mass meeting ot citizens to bo
held on Saturday, January 4, 100!.
While your In) Ration does not so
Indicate, I am given to understand that
the meeting refericd to Is to bo poli
tical In Its nature and Is to bo conduct
ed under the auspices of tne Homo Rule
Republican pnity. Such being the
cnno I must lespecttully decllue to be
pieseut as I believe It to be of doubtful
proprlet) for any government official
eral of the parcels arc addressed to
parties who do not control and who
do not send us any official publlcu
"The Hawaiian Annual" Is publish
cd an a purely private and Individual
enterprise It Is m no sense ollltlal,
nor does it appear to speak authorlta
lively for any official or dcpaitmeut oi
tho Government; anil while the com
pllatlou of statistical matter Is inter
estlng and useful, the valuo of the pub
llcatlon ns n whole is In n groat mean
uvo destroyed by i.ie tntcmpurati nnd
Irteiiscly partisan character ot somo
Of the articles cuina.ncd In It. I icier
particulate to the nrtlcle entitled
'Retrospect ror -4901. p, l..s Vim
might with equal reason .avo purmai
ed a number of copies of the "Aloha
Song nook." with public fuhds nnd
have scattered them broadcast over
tho country, as to havo purchased the
publication In question, and perhapj
more so. for you would not IIku ha
placed yourself nnd this department
In the uncnvlnblc- pos..lon of rlr ulat
Ing n publication lon.nlnlni; a radical
and partisan assault upon nVo-oidlnato
department or tho Covcrnnieut The
particular publication nowever. Is not
so much Involved as Is, what appcan
tn me, to be n leckless and cxtiavn
gant expenditure of public nionej out
of funds solemnly appropriated fur
the banks themselves. At the pre tint
time, tin to are only two banks of the
city that have alarm bells at the po
lice station -
Los Angeli-s. Dec-. 20. l'rc side nt
Roosevelt will vlmt Los Angeles next
Bummer. He so lu tor mid United
States Senator Thomas R, Hard on
two distinct occasions, and mo Sena
tor Is of 'tho opinion thai-.'..' citizens
r Los Angeles and of the Stute at
largo Bhould bestir thnmselvtH so that
tho Chief i:ctuthe' of mo .Nation may
bo nccoided n lousing California vui
"Ml. Roosevelt Is a Western mini,
every Inch of tlm," declared Senator
Hard today. "Ills sympathies aro wltn
ns. although ho has not been liejonil
New Mexico hi Tore Inc President
favors national aid lor Iriigutlon and
Chinese exclusion, lie li tends to visit
California soon after tin adjournment
of fungi ess. The session will end
some time In the mimmci. and the de
tails or the trip will huve been ar
ranged by that time. The peisiiniiel or
the party bus not been made- up The
subjeil bus not leached that stage. 1
have no doubt, howevei that Mrs
Roosevelt will nccompanj the 1'risl
dent und such of the menilieis or the
Cabinet who weie not here with Pres
ident JkKlnlej cm his lust nip.'
Senator Haul brings the Mist dell
nlte lutoriiiatloii or the President s
contemplated visit lo Uie Coast, the
fact having been predicted In dis
patches fium Washington, and now
that the time of the Piesldintlnl Jour
ney Is known, , .ans for having him
here dm Ing the fiesta in May will
have to be given up.
Judge Kstee will he-nr argument on
Thursday at 2 p. m on tho petltlot
for n writ of error in United Mates vs
Illshop Estate. He Is not quite satis
(led he should allow the writ.
Tile weekly edition of the Evening
Bulletin Is the largest and best pub
lished in the Territory. Sixteen and
twenty pages'. $1 a year.
The band Is being well received in
1 1 Ho and Is giving nightly concerts.
Printing and developing at Honolulu
Photo Supply So.
f-e .-t - .-f -- !. - .--t
'iz r rn rv v v "y m
to take nn active part In party politic.
I "I am, very Blncercly yours,
"J. Kalanlanaolc, Ksq.,
"Chnlrman in Proginm und Arrange
"Honolulu, II. T., Jun. 2. 1902.
"II. 12. Cooper, Secretary of tho Tcr
litory of Hawaii,
"Dear Sir- Your communication ot
Deceniber 3V, 1901, In tepiy to an Invi
tation to attend a mass meeting for tho
ratification of President Roosevelt's
message, etc., Is to hand. I nm cx
ticmely sorry that you are obliged to
rest your excuse for declining tho In
vitation on hearsay relative to the
political complexion the meeting might
"the necessary expenses of the Su
preme nnd Circuit Lourts."
I The purchase by you of these book?
lis wholly tinjustlllablo In Inw, In prln
el pic and in reason, nnd as a Circuit
Judge, I earnestly nnd emphatically
protest against It. Yours truly.
A S. HUMPHREYS,
' First .Incite.
1 Formerly Mr. Thrum found n largo
poii Ion of the circulation of his An
irial In orders trum tho departmonts
of the Cm et nment. A Uiilletlu report-
I ci set out this niornlug to ascertain
!the extent to which tne custom Is con-
rieeretniv Cooper Bald his depart
incut took a copy of the woik for pur
pose s of reference). Tho Foreign Of
flee lii'lore annexation. Mr. Cooper
did us"d to supplv tho Hawaiian mis
sions nnd consulates with copies of the
' Superintendent lloyd cif Public
I Winks owned to a copy being taken
by that department.
Tic-usurer Wtlglit takes one, pos
Mill) two copies. In his olllco.
I Audltiii Austin acknowledged n
Mr Smith has been heard to disown
I lh lesponstbllltv for ordering the
cupiiH of the Annual, lift in more, for
the Judlclaiy department.
Piuf llallaseyus of Oahu College an
liounccs tne engagement of Madamo
Geuevia Johnstone Illshop ot Los An
geles to tnke the soprano solo part In
Handel's Messiah. The lad) Is recog
nized as the leading oratorio nnd con
cert singer ot America today and has
made her debut and won unanimous
applause Kast and West, lately she
rang nt the Pan-American Imposition,
and her singing was" pionounted the
crowning feature of the program,
The Philharmonic Soclet) will re
punie rehearsals, and will meet every
Thursday at 8 p. m.. beginning Jan
uary ft Tlie orchestra division mce.s
Mondays nt S p m. lu Pnuiiul Hall.
The oratorio will be presented by
the Philharmonic Society on February
ALAMIiDA AM) MAUU.
. Iloth the Alameda and the Ameiicii
Maru nic supposed to have sailed for
this port fiom San Francisco today.
Ihero Is a rham-e of a little rnco be-1
IviPntl til,. IIHIUnla In l,,.l (ttllnnnl, '
the Maru is mi n seven day schedule
the fact that one of tho new crark
boats Is leaving almost with her will
piobably bo tuken advantage of bv
Cnptulii Going to speed up a little.
Ruth boats urc due here on tho 11th
but from all Indications one or both
of them should arrive on the day be
fore. The Alameda was inned to Bail
one hour after the .Maru.
Testimony wns tukcti by Judgo V.
tee tills morning In tho Voeller bank
rupte) case, which ho then took un
Thirteen vessels were moored In
Hllo hnibur on Wednesday last.
Jockey McAullffo won four out of
flvo races lu Hllo.
Miss Kate Ylda Is 111 In the Htln
.j -."v -r v -c -."v vs u
"Allow mo to assure you that what
ever the complexion of the meeting no
American loval to the Administration
as It Is now constituted need be
ashamed to addiess the same,
"No expression of sentiment except
those ot fealty to American Institu
tions and forms and the discussion ot
steps to sco them embodied In laws
In this Territory will bo permitted at,
"Reiterating my regrets that you
were obliged to assume a condition ot
things not Implied In tho Invitation
given you, I subscrlbo myself,
CARLOS A I.ONO.
' Sec rctnry of tho Committee- on Ar
m ai an
Miss Kathrvn Wlddlfjeld will be ap
pointed clerk to First Judge Humph
reys of the First Circuit on Monday.
P. D. Kellett, Jr , has been filling the
position temporarily under appoint
ment of Second Judgo Gear In Judge
Gear's absence last summer. This was
under a new law allowing each Cir
cuit Court Judge to appoint his own
clerk. Under the old law Mr. Kellett,
who Is a nephew of Chief Clerk Henry
Smith of the Judiciary department,
was for several jenrs the third deuty
clerk. He Is not removed by Judgo
Humphreys, hut simply his temporary
appointment Is not made permanent
The First Judge speaks highly of Mr
Kcllctt'R nssldulty. neatness and polite
ness, his only objection to him belns
due to n misfortune and no fault. Mr.
Kellett has become afflicted with a de
gree of deafness which Interferes with
directions to him from the bench dur
ing court sessions.
A Ilii THIEF
ENTERS DOCTORS' OFFICES
IN METRO OLE BUILDING
And Secures Very Scant Pickings
Entrance Effected By Means of
Back Window Near
l"ii,emr.ioil liv Hie. lliiilliiir nf fi-ll-',
-- " ., , I
giant Havana cigars and tho dropping
of coins from a drawer In the desk or
l)r Wood's ofllce on Herettnla street, '
the man who did the little Job there
some nights ago, went out on another
iiucst Inst night. This time his wan-
ilerlngs carried Mm ,o the olllces of
Drs llenrv . Howard and Albert U.
Mchols, in the Mctiupole building on
Ahikca street, opposite the Hawnlan ,
Rntrancc was effected through one
or the windows of Dr. Howard's oltlte
a. the rear of the building i:vlden..y
the man who did the Job had been
piospcctlngrorhohlt 011,1110 only win-
daw In the plnco that could have been
opened without the use of iinduo force.
It appears that this window had be-
come komewhat swollen by the recent
rains so that It couh, only be closed ,
within an Inch of the all.
The thief got to the place by means
of the grounds of tno Pacific Club. Just
outside the window Is a thick hibiscus
hc,dge which undoubtedly hid .is move-
inentB entirely There is n good foot-
hold on the wall of the building. Just
nbout four feet below the .... and It
was by means of this that he succeeded
In making his entrance. Marks of a
barefooted man nre plainly visible.
Once In Dr. Howard's office, the
house bleaker pried open the desk nnd
looked around, tie turned thin... nn.
side down but found no money. Kvl-
d..ntlt. ,ll..-.l.nnlnt..l l, n,n,l f.ll.,
j - - -v -
search, opening up valuable cases of
Instruments and throw lug them aside
as useless. The only articles he took
fiom Dr. Howard's olflro were a spat-
ilia, a half dozen cigars and two sliver
i ii... " .... . . .
iiiiiiuieci paper cullers, i nese lie IOOK MiEa Cw.i, ,,,. i i hr Y, T .,i
along with h.m Into Dr. Nichols office or Mil WcklSSSl. 'resigned ' '"
where, finding tho paper cutters mark- The normal Instructors wcro author
ed, ho dropped them. Thinking the Ued to nrrangc about thu number of
spatula would bo useful In future
operations, ho took It away.
In Dr. Nichols' onice. the thler rarcrt ""'"? ,"'lw',' principals aim assisi
better, securing a number of gold a'"8 '" """' Bcll0l8
crowns, ruined ut nbout WO. The thief """
was evidently no expert in metals for fiFAR WflX'T APfPPT
he carried away n heavy copper plate UL,H" "HI ttlULI 1
which the office boy Im- been tinker-I
o'wan ::;: no ltvrs
ImTo haUv",u,i;"!,e;rr,7,r",ant,,,f V!" numln.tS,Vr nePU.ntat ve ' o uc-
r n?nr wii m " ""f' UM- "I cannot and will not consider
ee. iig before Ul" ,M Mr' G- "Vo Ule "rc
ti, ti,if ii.fi ii.. .n .. . , rnt nm 0llt ' "tlcs and am giving
door n ef el. nii ? " unUlvlded attention to my privat.
door nnd left tracks all along the hall- imBinesg"
way, the court having been wet with ' . .
Tbe Correct Shoe for Everyday Wear,
Thero Is ease, wear and comfort In
our Oxford Ties. AlwayB stylUh and
glvo the feet a handsomely dressed
Special caro taken In fitting at our
store, and our prices tho lowest for
high grade goods. .-. .-, ,-, ... ,-
OXFORD TIES FROM $3.50 to $6.50.
Manufacturers Shoe Store
1057 PORT 8T.
Carpentry, Painting and
ASSIGNMENTS OF TEACHERS
IN TERRITORIAL SCHOOLS
Division of Labor Between Principals
and Teachers ileeting of Board
of Eiucation This
An intcicstlnR letter was read at a,
luveilng or tho Hoard of Kducatlou,
this morning, from C. L Copeland,
teacher oi the Kenlahou school in Kula
district. Maul It told of tho progress
ul manual tralulug In the school. Thin
minded larpente-r work, tho pupils
having construe led a neat picket fencu
around the bthooi house lot, beside
doing siindi) repairing jobs on the
building. Specimens of printing with
hand Illustrating In colors were eu
closed in the letter. The designs were
clever, nnd the clrawlni: and coloring "
! excellent. Mr. Copeland was former.
ly n teacher at the Reformatory School
(Ilinnrl.i.iinilnM. fc 1- .., ,.... .. ,
":''.'""": " ' '"'"SUII anil
tummissioiicrs. Professor W. D Alex.
auder. Mrs. W. W. Hall and Mrs. K.
w. Jordan, constituted tho meeting.
with Dr. C. T Rodgers, secretary, hi
J"88 Margaret R, Nape, em giving
"' 1'ler .f10?' nt Walluku. conveyed
Ml , erts!'' Wu
au Inter of uLknow.eaBment will b-
returned to the donor.
F. P. Rosccrnns was transrerrcd
from I'lupalakiiu. Maul, to Huou
school In liana dlBtrltt. In place of
,M' Mll,81c"- resigned. i:il Snyder,
,SFS& " 'kV'S
Mr. McCluskey was trauorerred
from a school on Kauai to Papalkoti,
Hawaii, in placo of W. A. Ray. resigu-
"'l- iIni"'a J'aby takes Mrs. Ray'i
i'T"?8, Bs'?'ant. going from Wala-
"ft S&ffi sT1""1 "'
Miss Kimball takes the place of
Miss A. II Parker, resigned, nt Wnhl-
Susie Akumuhou was transferred
from Knpaa, Kauai, to Llliuc Kauai.
"' ',lnro "r -M8S aruco farmer, ru
' k,'m Jl' ,.,,,, ... , , . ,
uolulu, In place- of MIes Ivy Olrvlu.
who Is obliged to retire on account
of poor health.
Ldward Here, for a long tlmo prlncl-
,Ml "' w"lalua school, resigned on ac-
c0,lul r ''J8 uMtlea as Ucnuty tax us-
BiMunr CTr. ic...t.. r-l....ni.ili .. nt
take his place temporarily, probably
.'... .IIIIIUIV VjlllllUillll Mil,
.,...""' T" "-"."'"".. J"'"'
nn me cuu oi mo term, witn Mrs
Smith, n now member of tho force, as
5"sa Edna Ilevaus was appointed
lumlorarily to thu Normal School In
J'1.30" "r.'MlB8,a.?l,zc.r',? llB,,,,, Qfioum
ed member of the statT. res cned.
fiplls In each loom, soma illlllciilt)
having arisen lu the apportionment of
BULLHTIN'S Job Olllco.