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EVENINd BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T II., SATURDAY, JAN. I, 1008.
J2v 5 J J
Traveled On Slow Speed
Iluffcttcd and beaten back by
Board Of Education
Will Drop School
The meeting ot the Hoard of Edu
Now York, Dec. G. Grovcr Clevolnnil, seomlng well ami In good spirits
Ocsplto llm recent reports of his sorloiu lllnoHs.na chairman opened thp dcllh
crntlnns of tlio first annual meeting ol tlio Association of Llfo Inspectors at
llio Hotel Delmont tills uftenloon.
Mr, Cleveland ruml tin address on tlio present situation of llfo Insur
ance as1 regulated by recent legislation, and kept his place behind tho
hpeaker's stand until tlio meeting adjourned, oftur R o'clock.
Ilx-l'rcsltient Cleveland opened Ills Bpeech with A strong plea for hon
esty and Integrity In tho iiiuuranco business, tolling tho presidents that
they could not alTonl at any time, particularly during tho present searching
ItncHtlgnJIonri of legislature!, to losu custe with tho people thiough broken
iromlses or doluslvo mlsropresentallon.
"Those that control life Insurance companies should bo absolutely and
disinterestedly deoled to tho Interests of tho Insured,'' he said, "and tho
relations between policyholders anil their companies should bo friendly,
trustful, and co-operative. Laws professedly icgulntlng llfo Insurance
cliouM he freo from seuselcs resentment, predatory acquisitiveness, or
Among tho Commissioners of lusuranco present wero Krauss, Mary
land; Drake. District of Columbia, and Col. Ilutton, of Virginia.
The Pythian Cnstlo Hull, ono of
the bent-ventilated anil beautifully
appointed lodge-rooms In the city,
was eiowded by the Pythlnus last
night for tho Installation of tho olll-tcrs-elcct
of Oah3 Lodge No. 1, Mys
tic Lodgo No. i, and William Mc
Klnley Lodge No. 8, K. of P.
Deputy Supreme Chnnccllor Com
mander Hro. lid Towso acted na In
stalling olllcer. Ho was assisted by
llro. M. M. Johnson, V. C, acting as
0.V. C; llro. II. T. Moore, P. C.,j
nctlng as (1. P.; llro. Walters, P. C,
.acting us (1. K. of It. and S.; llro. T.1
bhurp, P. C, nctlng as G. M. otK.!
iiro. C. W. Zlcgler, P. C, acting aB
O. M. nt A.; Hro. J. Nclll, Pi C, act
ing ns 0. I. O.; llro. J. n. Morgan,
acting as a. O. G.
After Installation, a licauttful P.
C. Jewel was presented Pro. Robort
Gosling, tho retiring C. C. of Ouhu
Lodge, by llro. U. H. V. Woltcr, P.C.,
who paid a high tribute to tho serv
ices of Hro, Gosling, tho Intter hav
ing hud tho honor of presiding over
the oldest IC. P. lodge; during w.hnt
was perhaps tho most prosperous
term of Its long career.
An elegant P. C. Jowot was pro
tentcd to llro. A. S. Webber, who
was tho presiding genius of Mystic
Lodge for the past jenr, by llro. ISd
Towbo on bchnlf of the lodge, whoso
. members, through their speaker, ox
piessed appreciation of the signal
ability with which llro. Webber had
dlbchurged tho duties of his position
A veteran's Jewel, only attained
liy those who have been nctlvo work
ing Knights for twenty-flvo years,
was nrescntcd to llro. J, ' M. Mc-
Chesnoy, P. C, of MyBtlc Lodgo, by
llio. Towsc, In a graceful tribute to
the services of the veteran und to
tho virtues of tho order.
A P. C. Jewel wus also piescnted
to llro. L. II. Wolf, retiring 0. C. of
Wllllnm McKlnley Lodgo No. 8, by
llro. A. N. Sinclair, P. C. on bohult
of the lodge, the speaker roferrlng In
glowing terms to the record mado by
llro. Wolf during Ills membership in
Hollowing Is tho list of officers in
stalled: Oahu Lodge No. 1 C. C llro. A.
(1. Deerlng; V. C, llro. K. 0. Ver
relru; P., llro. Anderson; M. of V,
llro. G. A. Myers; K. of 11.. and S.,
Dro. J. W. Whltoi M. of F llro. C.
a. llecvcs: M. of K., Tiro. Menard
Gosling; M. at A., llro. . W.' Mc-
Carty; I. G llro. W. Jones; G. a.,
llro. W. Nugent.
Mjstlc Lodge No. 2 C. C, llro.
W. L. Ll'lo; V. C, llio. W. H. QUI;
P., llro. P, T. Phillips; M. of W.,
llro. A. S. Webber, P. C; K. of U.
nnd S llio. I Waldron, P. O.j M.
of I'., llro. T. O'llrion, P. C. M. of
K., llro. C. W. Zlcglej-, P. C; M. at
A., llio. O. J. Whitehead, P. C; I. 0-,
llro. A. J. Spitzcr; O. O., Hio. B.
William McKlnley Lodge No. 8
C. a. Hio. W. L. Frazco; V. O., llro.
inaaisKna&AfcJcrreLEEtj - orr
! R M. McGrew; P., llro. II. A. Tay
lor; M. of W., llro. 1'. K. Clark; K. of
It. nnd S llro. 11. A. Jncobson; M.
of I'., llro. K. 0. Noyes; M. of K.,
llro. II. Ilicknell; M, at A., llro. 8.
C. Stlbbard; I. G., llro. W. G. Whlto;
O. G., II. Gearing.
LARGE CONCERN HAS
Tho business of tho Schuman Car
riage Co., Ltd., has Increased In tho
past few years so materially that they
havo been obliged to move Into larg
er iiuarlers. Tho main olflco nnd
storo nro now located on Merchant
street with tho warehouses on Queen
mil Kdlnburg streets, which formerly
was tho skating rink.
PILCS CURED IN C TO 14 DAYS.
. PAZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case' of Itching, Dlind,
Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to
1 4 days or money refunded. Made by
PARIS MEDICINE CO., Saint Louis,
U. S. of A.
Mr. W. 3. ELLEFORD presents
Mr, Frank Con ley
Supported by a Company of excel
Down By the Sea
ADMISSION 25 CENTS
PopulA Prices: 25, 50 and 75 cent.
and cloth of A-l quality can he pur
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CHOICE CUT ROSES, CARNATIONS
VIOLETS, ETC., ETC.
Mrs. E. M. Taylor,
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Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
QER SERVICE. PHONE 31
slorma and seas that hurled them
reives clear over her deck and kept
even her smokestack continually
soaked with water, tho Oceanic
utoamshlp Alameda, Captain Dowdcll,
drew In nt her dock this morning nt
T.4S, making her 24 hours late. From
tho tlmo tho popular steamer left
San Francisco Hay she was In hard
luck. The sen was unusually rough
Inside, but wns nothing compared to
tho terrific mountainous waves that
dashed themselves against her how
when tho Alameda struck tho open
On the second day out from I'rlsco
u hurricane gale was encountered
such ns lias qot been met with by the
Alameda In many n day. Tho wind
was blowing west-northwest and It
wns a terrific hurricane gale, according-
to Purser Smith. After wnllow
Ing around In the trough of the sea
up mountain nnd down vulley
for tome time, the engines were slow
ed down and the vessel merely held
her own on a dead slow Bpced. And
for 24 hours It continued so. The
vesselMiov.0 to, nnd for a wnolo day
t'lid night the storm wns so neavy
that they did not daro to speed up
Tho now Hawaiian-American
rtcnmshlp Columbia was sighted on
tho night of Tuesday, December 31,
rnd, although tho night wns n dark
ono, the two vessels wigwagged slg-
unlg of recognition to each other. It
was during the fiercest of the gale
that the Columbia was passed by the
Alameda, nnd, from tho looks of
things, she could not. have been
breaking any records for fast tlmo.
Yesterday the S. S. Aslu was sighted
unci passed on her way to San
Tho Alameda had u large amount
utjinnll for this port on board 20C
racks and sho carried 1222 tons ot
freight for Honolulu ana vicinity.
Among the general cargo wero two
large automobiles one for tho von
Hnmm-Young Co. and tho other be
ing consigned to tho Associated Onr-
igo. Some of tho best-known locnl
passengers who returned on the Ala
meda wore Airs. wuiKer. miss xuu
Klnnon, Mrs. Moore, and others
known In Honolulu.
Captain Dowdell, the genial nnd
wcll-llked commander of tho Ala
meda, came. In for his share of Jok
ing and then some and It was all
on account of a well-shaven upper-
lip. The Captain has for years worn
it beautiful hirsute adornment, and
when his mulling face showed over
the rail this morning all his friends
wero at first astounded. They could
not understand what wns the matter
with tho Captain. What mado him
look so strange? And It was not
until Captain Clark of tho Oceanic
Company shouted: "Oh, captain,
was tho wind so strong that It blew
our mustache awny?" that they un
Tho Alameda had n very pleasant
trip up from Honolulu on her last
voyage, say the officers, but It win n
noisy crowd that they carried. The
leturntng basebnll players made
merry the wholo way; in fact, says
one of tho omcers, "They" simply rnls
td h 1 and kept It up."
flKU Fit lu
Ton vessels, comprising tho Cape
Horn fleet of Bugar vessels, havo beon
tecurcd by tho Sugar Factors Com
pany, and all preliminary arrange
ments, such as sailing dates and dis
tribution of cargo, have been com
pleted. All these vessels will carry
rugar to tho Atlantic ports. There
were only nine Bhlps In tho licet last,
j ear, but the company will ship
about 4000 tons more Biignr by this
urate than last year, Ono ot Inst
year's vessels, the Manga Kova, was
dropped out, tho Hawaiian IbIcs and
the Fort George taking her place
Tho Bhlps composing the licet and
their sailing dates are approximate
ly a3 follows; Tho bark Nuuanu, ra
pacity lfiCO tons, sails In January or
February, loading In Honolulu; the
Ersklno Phelps, capacity C100tons,
balls In Tcbruary or March, loading
nt Knhulul; tho Fort George sails In
February or March from Honolulu;
tho Kdwnrd Sowall sails In March or
April from Honolulu; the Astral sails
In March or April from Honolulu;
the llangaloro sails In March or
April from'Kaanapall; the Fooling
Puey sails In April or May from Klo
elo; the Hawaiian Isles in ditto from
Knhulul; tho John Enn ditto from
Honolulu; tho Dlrlgo In April or
Mny from Honolulu.
A woman with a fiery temper Isn't
cation yesterday afternoon wns a veiy
quiet one. The Btibject of most gen
eral Interest, and which was discussed
at considerable length was centraliza
tion In the Alnakea and Pepeekeo dis
tricts of llawnll.
Tho'l.ahalnn fight alro came In for
discussion, with tho result that It was
resolved to transfer Miss Hadlcy to
homo other school und to drop Schil
Agent Waal, for tho good of tho de
partment. When tho meeting had been opened
Superintendent Babbitt- lead a copy
of tho letter which ho had, In accord'
unco with the resolution of the Hoard,
rent to Canon Mackintosh, Informing
him that his "resignation" ns prin
cipal ot tho Hoyal School had been ac
cepted. Tho Superintendent Informed
Mackintosh that his proposed ab
sence, wouhl bo construed ns u resig
nation. In conclusion ho stated:
"The department is not unmindful
of tho splendid work ou havo dono
In cnrs past for tho causo of educa
tion In this Territory, but feels that
tho lmportanco of the Royul school
demands as principal ono who will
glvo his undivided attention to tho
work of tho school, and this jou nro
admittedly unablo to do. Tho depart
ment therefore acceptH your resigna
tion as ofiNovember 10, 1907."
The Brow?) Matter.
Tho Superintendent rend a letter
from Mrs. Austin asking tho reinstate
ment of Mr. Brown at Walhee, Maul.
Sho stated that Drown, who had been
accused of a Berlous offense, was do
lug what ho could to ntono for his
mistake, and sho thought the Hoard
uould'ho tho loser by letting him go
Tho matter was dUcussed at length
by tho Superintendent, Mr. Cnrdcn
and one other. Then Mr. Williamson
who had been commissioned to In
vcstlgato tho matter for the Hoard.
moed that llrown be dropped from
tho roll. This motion carried.
Trouble at Lahalna.
Tho fight which has been on nt La-
halnn for somo time enmo up before
tho Hoard ngaln on tho presentation
ot a verbal report by Commissioner
Williamson, who had been up to tho
Keno of the dllllcultlos to Inestlgato
Tho troublo aroso over n complaint
mado by School Agent Waal that
Miss lladley, ono ot tho teachers
there, had been selling grass, wood
and keane beans nnd Instead of turn
Ing tho proceeds Into the realization
fund, had expended them to buy bats
and balls for tho boys. Tlio truth Is
that only $17 was spent In this way,
and thero was no suggestion that Miss
Hadlcy had misappropriated any of
Mr. Williamson reported that he
found Miss lladley would not tolorato
Interference. Thero was evidently,
ho snld, somo' personal feeling In the
matter, notwithstanding Wnal's let
tor In which ho stated that ho was a
Iieacetul citizen and had no personal
sptto against any teacher. Any
charges that Miss Hadlcy had mlsap
proprlatcd any of tho monoy wero en
tlrcly unfounded. Williamson said ho
thought that If tho matter wero drop
ped it would adjust Itself, and lie rec
ommended that that courso bo taken
But In 'order to clear tho atmosphere,
he thought It would bo best to trans
ler Miss lladley to somo other school
and to appoint a now Bchool agent In
placo of Waal. Babbitt Bald that Waal
as n school agent was Bomowhat ocr-
bearing nnd tho authority vestod In
him rested moro hoavlly on him than
was absolutely necessary. Ho did not
think Waal should bo left in tho Hold
to claim a victory. '
Williamson twnod that the matter
ho left in statu quo for tho present.
Ross Hall Resigns.
Tho Robb Hall matter was finally
ciulod by the resignation of tho toach
cr undef fire. Ho offorcd no explana
tion. Miss Cnnnon and Joseph Dollm
Maul teachers, resigned and the res
ignations wore accopted.
No 'action wns taken In tho matter
of assignments of new teachers for
tho now term. The Superintendent
submitted n list of tho teachers, but
stated that nothing could bo dono nt
tho tlmo on account of tho non-p-rlvnl
of tho Alameda and tho uncertainty as
to how many of them wero aboard-
Ho stated that n cablegram had been
received stating that a Cornell man
had been obtained to tako tho posi
tion In tho- Normal school loft vacant
by tho robHwatlop: of Mr. Pope to bo
como dean of tho Agricultural college,
Tho old question of allowing teach
ers to do outside work camo up once
moro through a letrer written by Miss
Van Deollng, a Maul teacher, stating
that rather than glvo up her church
work, sho would glvo up her public
Bchool teaching. The matter aroused
a long and profitless discussion,
which ended In nothing, tho question
If you want to enjoy robuat
health, take a faw doses of th
Bitters. It will male tho stoma eh fc
strong and the blood pur. Out ?
past record of over 50 years provoc E
Its worth. It onrea lndlaestiun.3
9 Dyspepsia, Heartburn, Costive-i
ncot, Female Complaint, Malaria, I
Fever and Ague. Try a bottle to
finally being dropped without action
ot any kind.
Superintendent Babbitt stated that
ho had been considering a plan pro
posed by Inspector King for central
ization of Alnakea and Pepeekeo. Tho
plan wns to build two Ihe-roum school
houses to tako tho placo of several
smaller, schools. The plan was ox
plained by the Inspector and lllur
tratcd by maps and diagrams. None
of tho children, ho said, would have
much farther to walk than they now
havo, while bettor results at less ex
pense could be obtained. Tho matter
Wns favorably considered by alt pres
ent, nnd Superintendent Babbitt
showed n form of petition for carry
ing it into effect, which ho said ho
proposed to send for slgnaturo by tho
parents and taxpayers ot tho districts
On rcrommend-itlon of Supor!n
dent Babbitt, tho Board voted to al
tow the Catholics ot Kauai to live
Knlahco tchooli after tchool In ,i
three or lour times a month ,i.i' '
i heir church building thai! be orecu ..
On request of principal C
douald of I.ahnlunlunn,
ihtt there had been
llphtho.l . there, the Board
iillutt him to put up a lump d m
Ispensar), to cost about two hu '
Mr.t-Uahbltt road papers submltte!
by Mr. Hosmcr, Superintendent or
Forestry, which hncf been drawn up to
glvo effect to n proposition for giving
tho upper lands of Lahnlnaluna Into
the control of tho Board of Agriculture,
and Forestry ns part of tho West Maul
forest reserve. Ho had obtained an
opinion from tho Attorney Oeneral,
which advised a dlffercut niodo ot
procedure. Mr, Babbitt faored tho
schemo In general as helping to con
servo L"halnnluna's water resources
and his recommendation was adopted
according to tho Attorney General's
ndvlco, that tho board authorize, him
to nsk tho Governor to set nslilo the
land In question as a forest reserve.
NEW ilFo ilAlltD
Tho Installation of tho new ofll-
rers of Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, Im
proved Order of -Itbd Men, was hold '
at tho Wigwam, K. of P. Hall, last i
night. Tho tribe is said to be moit ,
ttrncnornna Thnan lifstnlled Were
. . .. .
tno louowing; '
Hitcnem juiius w. Ascn.
Sr. Sagamore A. II. Arlelgh.
Jr. Sagamore Geo. Sanderson.
Prophet A. D. Castro.
Chief ot Ilccords A. K. Murphy. I
Keeper of Wampum J. F. Kck
Collector of Wampum Henry A. j
Trustees John W. Short, Walter
F. Drake, K. O. Todd. 1
In tho matter of tho suit for divorce '
brought by Mary Harrison ngalnst her
husband, Gcorgo W. K. Harrison, on
tho grounds of doscrtlontind extreme
cruelty, Be'nlce hns been obtained on
tho llbelleo In San Francisco and tho
There will bo two games of base
ball played in the Manoa valley this
afternoon, by teams of the Valleysldo
League Tho first gume will be be
tween the Knllhl team and the Buf
falo Bills; tho second between tho
Lcl Lohua nnd tho Auwalollmu
P. E R. Straucb,
Several fine Building Lots at Puu
nui cleared, unobstructed view, pro
posed extension of car line; 50 x 105.
For a short time only for $150; $25
cash, balance $10 per m. without in
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