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EVENING BUM,ETtN, HONOLULU, T It. SATURDAY KEH 24 130(5
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In set. Allover, edging and Insertion to match.
New All Over Laces
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Ladies Swiss Vests
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1906 EXCLUSIVE SUITINGS
$20 to 30 per Suit
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I I Honolulu. Phone White 1331
The Boird of Education held Its reg
ular meeting jestcrday afternoon anil
disposed of considerable routine bus!
ness In the way of approving of the
following recommendations by the
Committee on Teachers
Thai John Knnekoa he appointed
principal of the Wnlmnnalo school at
a salary of $(0 00 per month.
That Miss Hose Peck be appointed
assistant at the Katipakalua school In
placo of Mrs Pa, at a salary of $12 50
That request of Mrs LudlofT of Pa
A teachers' strike Is no doubt a very
thing, at least In the Island,
still such an event was reported at tha
meeting of the Hoard of Education )es
terday Superintendent read letter
from the school agent nnd principal o(
the Eleete school, which stated alike
that dlpthcrla had broken out In the
pupils to be held In quarantine
Mrs Lennox the principal wrote that
children fiom Infected homes attended
the school mid she was afraid of teach
Ins under the circumstances as slm
palkou school for leave of absence from wns afraid to communicate the disease
September 1st to December 1st, ISOfl to her little bo) Dr Sandow. she
be granted I said, was no doubt a good ti nit l.tn
That owing to lack of funds, the re- but he was r.ol nllve to the danger
quest of Miss Yoder for nn Increase- of the occasion vvhiu he wanted the
of salary be not granted. I schools to keep on.
That Miss Mary Knul be appointed1 Agent Hoigaard wrote that the three
assltant at the Olrls' Industrial School teachers at Kleelc hud struck work
from April 1st, at a salarj of $2100 lie had tried to secure- substitutes, but
per month She takes the place of had been unable to do so
Lizzie Ahla, who Is to bo married, Habbltt said he did not blame Mrs
That resignation of V A Vents be Lennox for closing school, ns she must
accepted. of coutse be anxious about her child
'I nat Miss Julia Kuplhea bo appoint- hcnlth. He had sent Inspector Ilald
cd principal of the Kaaawa school at win to Kauai to look Into the sltua
a salary of $ 10 00 per month. Hon
That salary of Miss Maud Lovejoy Habbltt reported that lie had recolv
be placed at $70.00 per month. cd letters regarding the proposition of
'I hat application of Miss Dillon for securing transport passnges for teach
llfo certificate be granted. lers who wished to attend California
That application of Miss Maud Jor- summer schools, from F M Hatch
dan for lcae of absence bo granted 1 Delegate Kalanlanaolo nnd Secretary
That salary of Mrs. llergstrom, after McCiellan Hatch wrote, under date
her Hrst two months' teaching b of February 8, that ho regretted to
placed at $50 00. state that Secretary of War Taft had
That a new principal be appointed j not found It In his power comply with
for tha Mollllll school I the request. Ills decision was un-
Uabsltt stated that tho committee doubtedly final The others wrote that
had decided In regard to the last Item, they would try their best,
that It was necessary lor the good oil President Hen Ide Wheeler of the
the school that a change be made. Miss' University of California wrote suguftst-
At the meeting of the Hoard of Edu
cation jestcrda) Commissioner Al re
ported verbally on n visit which he bail
made at the Industrial School at Wnl
alee Kventhlng there was fine.' he
snld "Ihero were &9 bojs of whom
57 are Hawaiian All looked heal hv
causing about one-third of the I vv is thcro last Frlda There was only
one sick uoy. lie sutlcrm rrom pneu
Helen Kobertson, a teacher of ten
tears' standing, was appointed to take
this place at JGO a month. Miss Amy
Kan ot Alca to Huccved Miss Kobert
1. S. Capellas reported on the ap
pointment of a substitute. His action
Habbltt reported that a tank had
been hullt at Makcna which was use
less at Is hardly rained there more
than oncu In 3u years This tanx
could be moved to Keokca. Ho recom
mended that J cistern be made nt Ma-
I Von Holt suggested that n well be
tint?. Tim ntnrt, uni nntv nhntit 111 feet
above sea level and fresh water could'
viivuys be found nt sealevcl.
Ing that pusslbly arrangements might
be made with the Pacific Mall S S. Co
Habbltt said he Intended to try this.
inonla but was dolnx well under the
fine care of Superintendent Gibson 1
had a good opportunlt to see the lios
In study hour and In their dormitories
Evcrthlng was quiet and orderlj
Al went on to desrrlbe the nature
of the buildings nnd furnishings nml
showed pictures of the plate He had
seen u lire nlarm drill A ladder was
raised in four minutes nnd water hone
brought Into action In the sninp time
Olbsoii had said the conduct of the bo)s
was fair The cancflclds, tnro pntches
etc weic In good condition. There
were 31 taro patches, ono-half acre sor
glitim, one acre nlfnlfa, 30 acres cane
J feet high etc There were a num
ber of kuleinns In the tract which It
was desirable to secure Oblson had
stntid that It cost only 9 cents n day to
feed the bon and teachers. This was
a very economical showing. The name
"Reform School" was objected to Tim
oHlclals liked the name "Industrial
Al suggested that the bos should
have a band Mr qibson had favored
this The road should be moved ma
kal Instead of hnvlng It run through
the school premises
Von Holt snld this would be ex
pensive because It would be necessary
to fill tho swamp makal This could,
however, be done, nt least In part by
tho boys Fnrrtngton thought that
wns a good scheme. Von Holt snld a
bridge would also be needed Farrlng-
ton said the hova might build n brldgn
9 m m
W An all Itlnrfa Af rarrlan nf t.,1l -H.j ... .....L.I. f. ....
. . w .,...- Wl v iiisijjv iv.pnna ttsii cmiu c9UMurjr in our
M fully equipped shop on Queen St., between Fort and Alakea Sts. Als
carriage painting and building. This department Is In charge of skill'
ed workmen, who, besides doing repair work, are competent to under-
1 take the building of wagons, drays and carriages. Prices are exceed
ingly moderate ana me service leaves notning to be desired
Schuman Carriage Co. ' J
QUEEN ST., BETWEEN FORT A ALAKEA STS., NEXT TO HOL
M LINQER'8 SHOEING SHOP.
JU mttmmiH &m,pit,iwfimtt
We havejust received new supplies of
"Ushers C. V. G." Scotch Whisky
BUCHANANS "BLACK AND WHITE"
Wt C Peacock & Co., Ltd.
I nrrlngton suggested Hint the Oceanic too. Superintendent Habbltt said ho
S S Co might also be approached hoped to visit tho school soon and look
but Habbltt did not sei-m to think that up 'he land situation thoroughly with
there was much hope In this dime- Mr Ulhson.
Hon I i '
METHODIST EPISCOPAL CHURCH.
I Church Hituatoil corner Hci.-i.nnta
avenue and Miller avrcots. Pastor
'JohnW Wndman Services tomorrow
en follows 9 n. in, Junior League,
ID a m Sundny school and adult
llllili Class 11 n m . pastor preaches.)
fcitbjcct 'The Value of a Penny' , 0.30
p in., Epworth League for joung peo ,
pic nnu tiieir menus, t s, pastor
Vhro to purchase crepe paper nud speaks again, subject, "The Governor's
"If hungry try a Sandwich Island
with Hawaiian Jams and Chutne) '
GRAND PARADE FEB. 22.
HaUllItt Snlll a ClStcm WOUIlI WOrK .,, nnner In nil .hnitos milt.Thli. fnr lll,,n,tr
when a tank would not A cistern I nuiklne flowers nnd till kinds of dec- All will bo made welcomu to thesu
I would hold water for a long t me. orating, nt Wall. Nichols C . Ltd. services.
I twmn u sinaii uiiik woum ue urmi uj
often, and would consequently decay1
' qulcldx. Uabbltt's pioposed action
' wns authorized
j V.. (1. Keen wrote ns Secretary ot
the Uullders and Trailers' Exchange
I "The IlulldersV and Traders' Ex
change, by resolution, Instructed mi
to comumcate with our Delegate to
Congress with reference to un appro
priation made for the support, etc. of
"I understand our department has
been In touch with tho authorities of
the Agricultural Department nt Wash
ington nn this subject under n reso
lution passed by the last legislature
If such Is tha case will ou please fur
nlsh me such data ns ou have nt jour
disposal as we desire to work In h.ir
iioii) with )ou In this matter.
Habbltt suggested that a lonimluc
lie appointed to piepare u report In tin
subject for the next liulslntutv. Far
rlngtou raid Wight, At and himself
had ah ind) been appulntiil Some let
tots had ulieady bcn written to tliti
heiretary of Agrtculturo by J. C. Davis
rcgaidlng the subject
It was dei Ided to refer the matter
of answering Keen to the Superintend
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mm rHTSIUAL CULTURE
Wm TURKISH BATHS j;
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II Prof. R. A. Woods
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News of Intel est to people of Hono
lulu comes from Japan to the effc
that the Tojo Klsen Knlsha Is plan
ning to Itiueiso the number of In
ships nnd extend Us American route to
Drnzll The following explanatory
item was published In the Japan Dully
Advertiser of I'Vbruar) 10: -
"The Toyo Klscn KalBha Is contem
plating to further extend Its Ainciican
route to Ilruzll It Is reported that
Mr Shlrnlshl General Mnnager of the
' compan) who went to America laM
' month Is under Instructions to pur
chase steamer to be placed on thr
" UNDER NEW MANAGEMENT.
BACHS' BLOCK, COR. FORT AND BERETANIA 3TREE.TS.
MODERN furnished apartments, single rooms and suites. Electric
light snd running water In all rooms. Excellent bath rooms are a feature
of this itUbllihment,
The second floor will be available shortly and applications for furnish
ed or unfurnished rooms on this floor are now being received.
VIS1T0R8 FROM THE OTHER ISLANDS WILL FIND THE
MAJESTIC A COMFORTABLE HOME
TELEPHONE MAIN 244.
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That's what makes and saves money. Just THINK of Telephone Main
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HONOLULU CLOTHES GLEANING GO.
J. F. COLBURN 111, Manager. Office, KAPIOLANI BUILDING.
WHITER P j
The lluhler company will play "The
White Caps" nt the Orphcum tonight
It will be tho last performance of this
good play and should be seen as It Is
no of the best inelodrnmus written
The company has been giving u flue
presentation of Tho White Caps and
he audiences htve been quite enthusi
astic In their applause
Beginning Mondn) the great play of
"Thelma" will bo given It Is from
Mario Corcllls celebrated story of that
name and tho Orpheum management
has been beselgcd with requests to put
U on during this engagement.
The manuscripts havo nrrlved by
Sonoma and the company are prepar
ing for a magnificent production
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