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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. II , MONDAY, DEC. 21, 1908.
'Costly thy habit as thy purse can buy,
Hut not expressed in iancy;' rich not gaudy
For this apparel oft proclaims the man."
The Hats we are -showing for Christmas aieich, and express no extreme fancy. They are such as
will be selected by those who want hats of quiet style and assureel quality that will be suitable and
correct for most occasions. The, price pf'these hats, show a reasonable profit, and it is this
REASONABLE PROFIT principle that b&s, i&&te th& enable, reputation of
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Fresh Fruits and Vegetables by the Htlonian
The follouing Fruits and Vegetable!, are to arrive on the Hilonian Tuesday morning.
Please phone your ord crs for Christinas now, and we will reserve the goods on ice for Christ
Celery, Artichokes, Brussels Sprouts, Horse Radish Root?
Rhubarb, Parsnips, Cranberries, Hubbard. Squash,
Red and White Cabbage, Pears, Grapes,
Lady Apples, Of aoges( Gaape Fruit,
Eastern Oysters, Cocktail Oysters. Lehnhardt's Candfes
Henry May & CO., Ltd.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL QROOERS.
Primo Beer induces
sleep when you are
It quenches your
thirst when you are
Drink It for your Health
or for your Enjoyment, hut
dririk it always wheri you
want the best Beer.
ITS PURITY AND HI,qHf QUAL
ITY ARE GUARANTEED '
NAME NEW OFFICERS
AftPioiiUbe Talks On
r Sthool' Room Topics
(Special to the II u 1 1 o 1 1 n)
WA1LUKU, Maul, Dec. 19. Tlfq
teachers of Maul County held their
annual session In the Walluku school
Friday, Dec. 18th, beginning at 9:30
a. m , with flfty-thrcq teachers In at
tendance, besides a large numbor o(
The meeting was opened by singing
America, after which the. roll was call
cd and the sccrctarj's report ot the
last meeting was read. President
Law of Lahalna made the opening
address, congratulating the teachers
upon, the energy and Interest display
ed by thenfn coming such lone dis
tances In the pursuit of professional
Mrs. Austin ot Waihce presented a
thoughtful paper on school' discip
line. Discipline, sho said, Is the most
Important part of school life, one)
,merlts the greatest care and the clos
est attention on the part of the teach
er. Love, nqt compulsion, should be
the Instrument by which, discipline
should bo effected.
"A Visit to Burbank" was the 'ti
tle of- an Interesting paper read by
Mr. Taylor of Klpahulu. The work
ot the great horticulturist was de
scribed In much detail.
Mr. Crook ot Pala compared the
vortical, natural sljint, and, Sucnco
rlan sj stems of penmanship, and
showed the points, of superiority of
f the Bpencerian over the others.
f Mrs. V. L. Itoeck ot Puuneno talk
ed vqry entertainingly on the topic
ot Physical Culture In Schools, and
described ''the various movements by
which the culture of the body might
Written Work In Kngllsh was the
title of an Instructive talk bv Mrs.
Fraln ot liana. Practice and criti
cism were the means to be employed
to secure Improvement In this. impor
tant subject with pupils In mixed
and ungraded schools.
MIbs Gault of Puuneno read an In
teresting papor descriptive or ncr vis
It to the Orient last vacation. Scenes
and customs In Japan and China wero
Mr. Copoland of Walluku discuss
ed the topic ot Manual Training In
tbq Schools, lie thought tljat wqr.lt,
In carpentry, agriculture, and cook
ing ought to be co-ordinate with
,book. learning In the public schools.
Tho Kov. R. 0. Dodge ot Walluku
presented a timely and pertinent pa
per on Moral Training In tho
Schools. He strongly maintained
that a knowledge ot self and box,
properly Imparted, would enable tho
,ydung ot bojh sexes to avoid vlco
qn4.uni)applne88, thus enabling thein
Xo beepmo better and moro,mierul cit
Mr. Law mpde a number ot helpful
suggestions to the teachers regard
ing tho preparation ot articles for the
AlaBka-Yukon-PaclHq. exhibit. He
hoped that avery school, no matter
how small or obscure, might, be rep
, Professor, Sinclair, foiv many years
h member of the faculty of the Mas
sachusetts Institute, of Technology,
addressd the meeting. He congrat
ulated the teachers assembled on
their evident zea1( and' spirit of prog
ress, and compared, the schools ot
his boyhood with those ot tho pres
ent, much to thqr advantage ot tho
Tho Hawaiian teachers contributed
a numbor ot musical selections which
wero highly appreciated.
Tho election of officers resulted as
follows: President, Mr. Taj lor; Wee
president, Mr. Hardy; secretary, Mlsij
Gault, Mrs. Austin, Miss Jlogers,
Coins, -Now Phrase For
Hawaii On Receipt
Samuel L. demons has written lo
thq Hawaii Promotion Committee ac
knowledging tho receipt of tho kon
mantel which wns sent him from here.
and, In writing the letter ho has coined
(. now phrase, for he calls Hawaii "tho
UnllcsL fleet ot Islands that lies anch
ored In any ocean." Ho also paid a
tribute to F. N. Otrcmba, tho wood
carver and artist who ileslgnud and
carved tho mantel.
"Mark Twuln's letter was as fol
lows: No. 30, '08.
"Dosr Mr. Woodi
"Tho beautiful, mantel was put In, Its
placo an hour kq, and Its friendly
Aloha.!' was the first uttered greeting
'my 73rd birthday received. It Is rich
In color, rich In quality and rich, In
decoration, thercforo It exactly har
monises with tho tasto for such things
which were born In mo and which I
hava seldom been ablo to Indulgo to
my content. It will he a, great pleas
ure to mo. dally renewed, to bavo
under niveo this looly reminder of-
tho loveliest fleet of Islands that lien
anchored In any ocoan, and I beg to
thank the committee for providing mo
"8. L CLBMONS."
Mark Twain also sent plcturo post
cards of his new home "fltormflold"
and a picture of himself In what ho
call hlsjsmoklng chair.
DANNY MAKER BIDES
IN HURDLE RACE
LONDON', Eng , Dec. 5. Danny
Mahcr, the American jockey, made
his dcbuCovcr the hurdles at Kemp
ton Park this afternoon. Ho won
tha Stlncs handicap on Daflln, the
favorite, Sqvqn horses started.
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tin's Aluka-Yukon-Pacific Exposition Contest which
opens SATURDAY, JANUARY 2ND,' 1909, and if clipped
out and properly filled in, will entitle the young woman, whose
name appears thereon to 3000 Votes. This coupon must be
tinmerlv filled in, civine the full name and address and the dis
trict in which she lives, and mutt be deposited at the EVEN
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Each contestant is allowed only one of these ballots and if
more than one appears for' the same contestant, they will be
thrown out and not counted.
W&- Remember, the contest op:ns JANUARY 2ND, 1909. and
those who intend entering some young woman n this popularity
race, should do so at once. All you have to do, to enter someone of
your choice is to clip this coupon from this issue of the BUI
LET IN and mail or bring tame to the BULLETIN of
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and Mr. Vincent were named the cx-i
ccutlve committee to arrange the
time, place, and program ot tho next
The session then ndjqurncd, every
body feeling that tho occasion had
been one. of much pleasure and profit,
both socially and professionally.
No candidate' will be credited with more than one of
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