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EVENINCJ 11UM.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TOIDAY, TKII. 9, 1900.
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We Have News Of
FIRST TOUCH OF SPRING IN THE
NEW DRESS GOODS NOW
The new fjoodi are charming. Daintier and prettier pattern
than any prevlout Season hit brought forth and every one abto
lutely new. MONDAY M03NINO they will all be placed on tale.
Now And Styllah
Extra tine quality In white, cream, champagne, grey, navy and
the new green at 25S YD.
A NEW LINE OF
Exclusive deilgns,,at 30i YD.
for kimonos, drapery, etc. Elegant designs, full yard wide, at....
A new wash material. Looks like silk, will wear better than
silk. New deilgnt, at 20J YD.
ANOTHER NEW WA8H MATERIAL.
RAYE TRANSPARENT ,
Corded effect, very pretty dstlgns, 6 ydi. for $1.00
STILL ANOTHER NEW WASH MATERIAL,
Very sheer, handsome designs and coloring at 30 YD.
also new, In pretty colorings, at 20 YD.
A SAMPLE LINE OF ELEGANT WHITE EMBROIDERED
WASH 8KIRT3, ONLY A FEW, AND NO TWO ALIKE.
N. 3, SACHS
Dry Goods Company Ltd.
Corner fort and beretania streets.
TELEPHONE MAIN 78
TELEPHONE YOUR WANTS TO THE o
CITY MEAT MARKET
MAIN 78. 9
California Products; i
ft BUTTER,. FRUIT, TURKEY8 AND CHICKENS FRE8H ON EVE
X . STEAMER.
i CHOICE ISLAND BEEF
$ 8IRL0IN STEAK AND RIB ROAST, 10c. PER POUND.
9 ALL KINDS OF VEGETABLES.
L ORDERS DELIVERED PROMPTLY
TELEPHONE MAIN 78 1
1here is Nothing Im
Mite at Me
At the meeting of tfce Board of Y.lw
cation ycslerda) afternoon the follow
log recommendations by the Teachers
Committee were approved:
That a life certificate lie granted Miss
That Mm. Vlerrn of the Knapalm
Ecliool bo Ki anted six weeks leave of
absence, from January 8th, on account
of lit health. And that Mrs. Wm. On
Icy be appointed as substitute.
Tint Mlsi Mclnecke lie transferred
from Walohtnu to Kamoa school at a
salary of $.10 per montli.
That Miss Mncombcr be released.
That Mis Qcrtrudo McCorrlslon In
transferred from Knmalo to Knllbl
waonn Hchool nt $12.50.
That J. II. Kuhns bo appointed at
principal at Kamalo viic MIcr McCop
rlston at a salary of $1" SO.
That application of Miss I.ydln Mac)'
bo placed on die.
That resignation of Mrs. V. A. An
Ocrsou bo accepted.
That Miss Maud Lorcjoy be appoint
ed temporarily as teacher of English
In the High School at a salary of $50.
That thn request of Miss do Carmn
and Miss do Lima ta leave three day
early be granted an condition of their
waking up the cxtrn time by teaching
on Saturdays or Holidays.
That the resignation of Miss McCros
ton, who U'.tU'S on account of small
Hilary to nccsp; n petition more cam'
meiisurato vli.i her needs be accepted.
That Miss M. II. Douglas be appoint'
ed temporarily to Mi:.t MiCrosten'a
position at a fllrry of ft!
That Mies Ulanche Horner be gratiU
ed leave of absence for live months
from February 5, and that Mrs. Ken
May bo appointed principal In her
place at her present salary. That Mlw
Maud Homer be appointed nsslstant lit
two-thirds of Miss Dlnnchc's salary
for two months and at a salary of
$12.50 for the remainder of tlio time.
That leave, of nbsence for ono month
be grantc.1 Mrs. Capcllas, assistant Ha
That resignation of Miss M. 1). Foun
tain of I.lhuo school bo accepted.
That Miss Kahele be appointed as
sistant in the. 1.1 hue school vice Miss
Fountain resigned, at a salary of $21.
That resignation of Mrs. Ithodcs. be
That Mrs, L. M. Smith be appointed
principal of Knuula ivco Mrs. Rhodes
resigned, nt a-salary of $G0.
That Mrs. Kldora Deacon be appoint
ed asslstunt at Walalua school vice
Mrs. Smith, transferred at u salary oi
That resignation of Miss Lnughllv
That Miss Ekstrand be transferred
from Walmanalo to Walaholo vice Miss
Laughllu resigned, nt n gaalry of $U.
That Miss Marcos be granted leave
of abscuco for one week as requestid,
That Miss Elizabeth Cameron be
appointed assistant In the new room M
the Iloyul School at a salary of $10.
That Mrs. Jack Ucrgstrom be aty
pointed substitute for Miss Anna Sor
enson, assistant Royal school.
That Hcv. Kaumehelwa be nnDolntei'
temporary assistant In the liana schooj
at a salary or $30 a month vice u. l
That Miss Lillian rial bo applontcd
principal of Honokowai at a salary ol
That Mrs. Weir be transferred from
Mollllll to Wnlpahu school at a talari
That Miss A. J. aault bo transferrol
from Walpalm school to Mollllll school
at a salary of $12.50.
Present at the meeting were: Super
lutendent Ilabbltt, Mrs. E. W. Jordan,
Mrs. Wilcox, II. M, von Holt, V. II
Farrlngton and D. L. Al.
The Hoard of Education held a meet
ing yesterday at which a letter from
W. W. Ooodale was read, floodale said
n Japanese had asked them for permis
sion to use the schoolhouse for two
hours a day to teach a Japanese class
there Ooodale himself thought It waj
improbable that this bo granted.
Superintendent uabbitt said he had
answered that the Hoard had no nu
thorlty to grant this privilege. On inn-
tlon by Farrlngton this action was ap
proved. Holt wanted to know If this was don
on the theory adverse to the special
purpose In the matter
Farrlngton said he wns against hav
ing the public schools used for foreign
teachings. Holt answered ho had in)
objections to that view.
UabUtt said the Supervisors had
asked him to have the lot In Wlldet
nvcniic and I'unahou street fixed up
There was no money to do this with, bo
Uabbitt had turned tlio lot aver to lli
Public Works Department on the con
elltlun that it be used for park pur
poses. The fact that this lot had luf
nierly been a burial ground was given
as an additional reason fur making It
a park Instead of having it sold as u
building site, against which public sen
timent might rebel.
A letter from the Civic Federation
asked that distilled waters bo provid
ed for school children and that a cru
sade against tap water nt all times anil
places be assisted. Tap water was in
The Hoard found tlio request Impos
sible to comply with on account of thu
financial stringency. Von Holt thought
It reasonable, though not practicable!
at present. Farrlngton remarked that
the Federation might properly use tu
energies towards securing appropria
tions for the department
On motion by von Holt It was decid
ed to write the Federation that the
Hoard was In sympathy with it on the
matter and asked Its assistance to
secure the necessary nvproprlatlon.
Miss Anderson's request for permis
sion to uto the Ulalno school for n
night school for adults was granted on
the condition that sho provide flro m
surnnec on the building, and that thoso
I attending agree to send all their chll
drcn of school nge to attend school.
Ilabbltt stntcd ho had authorized the
release from the Itcfurm school of nix
boys whose terms had expired.
Ilabbltt said the Walmanalo school
had been closed becauto there wns no
teacher's cottage, the plantation cot
tage formerly used as such being no
longer available. Nu teacher could hv
found to take the place now
The manual training work for teach
ers, said Ilabbltt. was progressing.
The sale of an old water tank at
Mllolli and schoolhouso at Oplhalo wus
Mlsa Georgia Allen of the Knllhl-tika
school was granted a leave of absence.
Manuel do Mcllo wns recommended
for'paiole from the lleform school by
Superintendent Gibson. This win
The question was raised wbethei
Lincoln's birthday on February 1;'
should bo celebrated as a holiday b)
releasing the children or by appropri
ate exercises in the schools. The lat
ter course, was decided on.
FINDS MUCH TO
One of the many tourists who belloo
that Honolulu is not only tbo "I'ara
dlse of the Pacific." but tho "Paradise
of the World" as well, Is W. S. Chew
man, who built the highest dam In tu
world. Mr. Chcesman is from Denver.
and the greatdam ho constructed Is 3X
miles from that city on the south fork
of the South Platte Itlvcr It is con
structed for the purpose of conserving
water for use In Denver
It Is not easy to get Mr, Chcesman ta
stop praising Honolulu long enough to
tell about his big dam, but finally h
told alt about It. Tho dam Is 236 feet
In height, and forms n reservoir which,
when full, is known as tho Chcesman
I-ake. At present the water from this
reservoir Is not needed in Denver, hut
the time Is coming when tho present
supply will not suffice, and It wns tu
meet that condition, and to hnc a sup
ply an hand In case anything happenM
tu the present source of water that the
great dam was built.
When tho reservoir Is full It contains
thirty billion gallons, which will suppl)
the city of Denver for three years. It
requires all the water pf the river for
nn cntlro season to nil It, and If tho
water for the season Is not ns plentiful
as usual, n longer time will bo ueces
Tho Dam belongs to' the Denver
Union Water Company, of which Mr.
Chcesman is president. The company
supplies tho entire city with water,
which goes through filter beds before
It Is used, thus Insuring safety tn that
sourco from chance of disease
This Is Mr. Cheesinan's first trip to
Honolulu, and unless clrcumstancci
provent, he will come again next year
and bring his family, who arc now In
"This Is tho most wonderful country
I have ever seen," declared Mr. Chces
man. "I don't want to leavo It, and I
have almost concluded' to pimtpoiw
leaving hero from February IS to
"I like tho peoplo of this city. There
docs not seem to be any dliriculty be
tween them about anything, and the)
(Imply join hands for the common good
of the city. They will make an Im
portant plnrc out of this.
"It takes men with push to make 3
city. Why. I was In Chicago when it
had n population of only 40,000 unit
many other cities In the middle west
teemed to hnc n better future. Hut
the Chicago men had the energy, niirl
they drew tho business and tho popu
lation. "What they need hero Is bettel
steamship service to tho Coast. Th
people should put on a lino of boats of
their own which would Just go between
the Islands and the mainland, and tin
l.'ratcs should be as moderate as the coti-
uiuuhb mil uuiiiii. hub is uecuniius
necessary for fcoplo living nway frorr
the coast havo dllllculty now in getting
reservations made on the best shit
and they do not like to sail on the oth
ers. "They nre doing the right thing hcru
In making good roads and streets. They
attract automobiles and bring many
people who would otherwlso go tn
Accompanying .Mr. 'Chcesman Is T,
G. Lystcr, a banker of Aspen, Colorado,
There Is really but one way to keep rooms unspotted from the
world, to make every dusky dusty corner wholesome, fresVi and at
tractive; and that Is to do all cleaning In the shadowy places by elec
With electric bulbs In badly lighted halls and Inner rooms, no ml
:roby particle of dust can escape, and the death knell of moths, ant
and roaches it sounded.
To clean home by electric light Is like working In sunlight, and
It Is no greater drain on the oxygen of the room than a sunbeam is.
And a bright light lessens the work of cleaning.
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.
J Office King St., near Alakca 'Phone Main 390
SWEET AS THE
Crystal Springs Butter
Is guaranteed absolutely pure and It always uniform In quality. De
livered In neat cardboard cartons, which keep It from contact with
other articles In the Ice-chest.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Telephone Main 45
PACIFIC TRANSFER CO.
WILL CALL FOR YOUR BAGGAGE
We pack, haul and ship your
foods and save you money.
Dealers in STOVE WOOD, COAL and KINDLINGS.
Storage in Brick Warehouse, J26 King St. Phone Main 58
ymtmmnmnHN nnn vm imnnmiy
JMeat Market Removed 1
"For Sale" cards at Dutletln.
RAINIER BOTTLING WORKb
Honolulu. Phone White 1331
1906 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
Geo. A. Martin
I GREAT GLEARING SALE !
Laces and Embroideries I
IAI11S Thursday, February 1.
Yesterday afternoon the (Iran J Jury
finally succeeded in landing Y. Anln
In Jail for contempt, this time on o
charge of divulging Orand Jury secrets
At 4:15 p. m. the Jury came intu
Judgo Lindsay's court and tiled a re
port part of which, stripped of Its lciial
phraseology, ran us follows:
That Y. Anln, did appear at tbe ad
journed hour of 2 o'clock, and was
asked whether or nut he bud commun
icated to ethers the matters concern
ing which ho bad testified to before
tho Grand Jury upon his uppcurancu In
tho morning of said day. Then tho said
Y Anln, in response to said qucstiuu
ko propounded, did ndmlt thnt ho has,
to persons other than incmhers of thl
Grand Jury, or tho prosecuting onicet
or any persons connected with thU
Grand Jury and outuldo of their prcs
ence, communicate substantially whM
ho remembered of the matters concern'
Ing which ho had testified before salt!
Orand Jury, in tho morning of suid day
and hud related to said person what hi
remembered of tho testimony whtcli h
had given before this Orand Jury upon
Attorney General l'ctera asked thai
Anln bo adjudged guilty of contempt
and sentenced forthwith.
Anln stntcd that ho did not know tin
law. Ha had told tho mutters to his
attorney. Judge Lindsay gave him n
Btlff lecture and sentenced him to Im
prisonment for threo days without hard
labor. Anln's request to bo admitted
to halt T'as denied, and he was taken
to Jail by the High Sheriff.
WILSON In this city. February 4,
Mrs. Jane. Wilson, born In (ilasgow,
Scotland; aged 74 years. San Fraw
Cisco papers please copy.
Fine Job Printing at the Dullet'n.
We are now settled In our New Place of Duslness, sit-
uated on King Street, between Kekaullke and Maunakea "
8treets, where we will be pleased to serve our patrons with Ml
flrst-clast goodt In the MEAT LINE, In a first-class manner 3
and for prices suitable to the times. .T
I G. Q. YEE HOP & CO. 1
IN ALL KINDS
RETAIL BUTCHERS, and DEALERS 3
OF MEAT, FRESH, CORNED OR 2
SOMKED; ALSO FRESH FRUIT8 and VEQETADLES.
TELEPHONE MAIN 251. 5
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One of the Greatest Bargain Events will
We shall offer thousands of yards of Embroideries and Lacet of
every description at about half regular prices.
If you want to have first chance .to select best patterns BE
EARLY, for many will be attracted by the uncommon character of the
PACIFIC IMPORT CO.
NOW WE'RE OFF ?
We are prepared to supply the People of Honolulu with Frttheat t
ISLAND MEATS. Also, Garden Produce of ajl kinds; Butter, Eggs, Chick
ens, Turkeys, 8ucklng Plgt, Bacon, Ham; In fact, everything FIRtT
CLASS MARKET It called upon to furnish.
The ISLAND MEAT CO.
JAS. E. WESTBROOKE. Manajer.
TELEPHONE MAIN 78. FORT ST- OPP. LOVE LD
A shipment of Young Large Mules
All Trustworthy Animals for sale at
Low Figure by the
Schuman Carriage Co.
Free Home Comforts.
Guests have not only nicely furnished rooms, but every other conveni
ence of the modern home Is afforded them here, such as electric lights,
reception room, telephone, etc. Rental rates are very low.
The Majestic Hotel
CORNER FORT AND BERETANIA STREET8.
SELECT WITH CARE YOUR ARCHITECT
Bulletin Ik per montli
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It means much to you. The home you build expresses your per
tonality. "Through Its halls runt the ttory of your life." Your -
home should be a credit to you; spend your money wisely; I can help
you make every dollar count.
W. MATLOCK CAMPBELL J
Telephone White OSI T
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102 FORT ST., I. O. O. F. Bldg. &. 151 HOTEL ST., opposite YOUNG HottL :