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EVENING nUU.ETIN, HONOLULU, T. II., TlimSftAY. .IAN. 25. 1903.
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You will save Money by buying
White Goods NOW
SWEEPING REDUCTIONS have been
made on desirable goods
Get Your SSl at Gurrey's
Great Laco Sale
White Goods 20c quality 12' YD.
White Goods 25c quality . :' 15i YD.
30c nnd 35c quality Utff YD.
While Goods 45c ni.d GOc quality ZZ? YD.
SEE WINDOW DISPLAY AND NOTE PRICES.
DRESS GOODS SALE
MONDAY, FEB. 1st
(Sec Saturday and Sunday's Tapers.)
, Sachs Dry Goods Co.,
1'ort and Berctania, Opp. Fire Station
Plain and Fancy, in Black,
Russet, and Tan Leathers.
POST CARD ALBUMS.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near P. 0.
as fresh as today's
make can make
them at the
HOTEL NEAR UNION.
Win in- paid for (In- arrest and con-
III Ion ir the llili'f Hint broke Into
nl Htme S.iturdav, the !!3tl Inst.
1219-31 II. It. COfNTBU.
Coinic, Sentimental and just
We have a large assortment of Valentines and Valen
tine Novelties of all kinds, in prices from 2 l-2c to 50c each
Now is the time to pet them; the first-comers will pick
out the prettiest. If you have n Valentine across the sea,
send a pretty lemcmbrance in time.
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd
YO'JHO BUILDING. 1
Fine Wines and Liquors
LOVEJOY & CO,, LTD.
902-904 Nuuanu Ave. Phone 308
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at the new place and
have "MATT" HEFFERN serve you.
COR. HOTEL and NUUANU.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25c per
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. DARNHART,
133 Merchant St.
itHlittH VU-'L'"'-'J'1 """ rc'"
Pau Ka liana
is a necessity to the person
who believes cleanliness is
next to Godliness.
BILL FOR MEDICAL
Babbitt Submits Drafi
Of Proposed Act
Among the bills which Superintend
dentvot I'ulillc Instruction lluhhllt
l.tiH drafted nnd submitted to the
dovemor la the following on the sub
jict of medical Inspection.
Section 1. The I)cinrtment of
Public Instruction of the Territory
of Hawaii In hereby ntitlioilzed to
ippolut and assign Medical Inspcct
ois, who shall be iitallfled physicians,
lo hold olllce dtirlnR Its pleasure and
to lecelre such compensation as It
may fix It shall provide proper f.i
nltllt.... V..M I. A Httnnn ...... .,t lli.l. !
lillllt-B llll illU 'UI l"l Ul.llllU til llll'll
duties as prescribed In this Act ami
ihall mnko rules nnd regulations for
Section 2. Uvery .Medical Inspect
in shall make n prompt examination
and diagnosis of all children referred
U htm as hereinafter provided nnd
such further examination of teach
ers janitors und school buildings us
In his opinion the protection of the
Inaltli of the pupils may require.
Section 3. The principals or teach
ers of all public kcIiooIs shall cause
to ho refened to n Medical Inspector
for examination nnd diagnosis every
child leturnlng to school without
health certificate after absence on ac
count of Illness or unknown cnu-e;
nnd every child showing signs of be
ing lu Ul-henlth or of suffering from
Infectious or contagious disease un
less he be nt once excluded fiom
Set Hon 4. The Douaitmcnt of
Public Instruction shall cause notice
of the disease or defeits, if any, .from
which any child is suffering to be
sent to parent or giiaMhin. Any
,'hild showing symptoms of smallpox,
icnilcl fever, scarlatina, clilckenpox,
measles, tuberculosis, dlphthcila
vv hooping (ough, mumps, or trnclio-
inn, shall be sent home Immediately
and the Hoard of Health at once noti
fied. Section r,. Tho Department of Pub
lie Instruction shall cause ttiury child
In public schools to be separate,))'
.mil carefully exnniiiivcl'nt least Siltu
In every hdiool year to ascertain
whether he Is suffering fiom defects
jf sight or hearing or other dlsabll-
it or defect tending to prevent IiIb
niching the full benefit of his school
work. The test of sight und hearing
shall bo made by teachers. Notice of
any defect or disability requiring
treatment shall be sent to the ptuciit
or guardian of the child nnd a phys
ical record of each child shall be kept
lu such form as shall he prescribed
by the Department of Public Instruc
tion. No treatment shall be given
I') tho Medical Inspector In such en-
Section C. Tho Department of Pub
He Instruction In consultation with
tho Hoard of Health shall prescribe
directions for tests of sight and henr-
lug and shall furnish to tho schools
suitable rules of instruction, test
raids, record blanks, etc., necessary
for carrying out the purposes of this
Section 7. The Department of Pub
lie Instruction shall provide for stu
dents In tho Normal School instruc
tion nnd practice In tho best method
of testing the sight and hearing of
children nnd shall provide a child's
stud) lahoiutory for the study of
backward and defective children and
the Instruction of teachois In meth
ods of testing same.
Section S This Act shall tako ef
fect from and' ufter the tlatn of Its
THE CHEAPEST aud FINEST
for all Metal Surfaces
A 20-ouncc package
costs 50c: when mixed
with a gallon of gaso
line, it makes r full
gallon of th: best uul
iih known today.
Nothing can equal it
for metal fixings of
ships, sr loons, build-'nR.
Schuman Carriage Co.,
bryan's light is
Science Booster Is Doing
All He Can For
Dr. W. A. Ilrynn, president of the
Paclllc .Scientific Institute, Honolulu,
II. I., who s.i)s he Is from "A land
without beggars," to attend tho con
vention of the American Association
lor the Advancement of Science, Is
registered nt tho llelvedere," says tho
lliiltimoro Sun. Ho Is one of thc4cl
cutlsts who comes with n mission und
hides not his light under n bushel
neither Is, ho backward about speak
ing of that mission, which briefly Is
to Induce the members to hold a
meeting In Hawaii next summer
This meeting Is In accordance, with
a custom which for several years has
recognized the convening of summer
meetings, which nre practically over
How gatherings of the annual con
ventions. In Chlcngo Inst year the associa
tion1 indorsed the plan, if satisfac
tory transportation rates could be se
eured Consequently Dr Ilrynn will
urge acceptance of his Invitation. In
cidentally, It Is possible that (lovern
or Walter I'. Krcnr of Hawaii, who
Is In this country, may bo present
to assist Dr. Ilrjan.
Dr Ilrynn, who Is no relation to
William Jennings Ilrynn. has been
In Hawaii ten )cnrs, and tho chief
work that the Institution of which
ho Is nt the head Is Intel estod in is
the ethnological and biological sui
te)' of the Pacific Islands, and this
ftuture of scientific work Is one of
(he Inducements Dr. Ilran will hold
out to his fellow scientists.
Speaking generally of his country,
Dr Ilrynn described It ns n lnnd with
out poverty. Ho said:
"In the ten )cnrs that I have been
there I have never been asked to give
alms. Most of the sugar plantations
ol the Islands nrc opernted by Amer
icans, among whom was the Into
Clans Sprcckels, who died sovjnil
days ago. These plantations
1 CI 1
ft f SsSSfc
-rfii roi i nt m
Si eeih I
Wjhjl i,mnii" it
fel SOZODOHI .
Teeth preserved to middle age
are pretty sure to last out one's life
time. The greatest known pre
servative of the teeth and purifier
of the mouth is Sozodont Liquid.
It penetrates the minutest crevices
of the teeth destroying the deadly
mouth acids. Its antiseptic effect
in the mouth is most lasting.
Benson. Smith & Co., Agents
, "WHEN ONCE YOU TRY,
' ' YOU'LL ALWAYS BUY
IT'S WHOLESOME because it is- rich and pure.
IT TASTES BEST because it i3 richest and purest.
Ask Your Grocer
'The Finest Bathing on the Beach."
Meals At All Hours.
W, C. BEHCHN.
Judging fiom pii'sent Indications
tho tolncco production of Hawaii this
)er will nmouiit lo several thousand
pounJs At the ineclliig of the Kona
Tobacco Conipaii) yesterday In the
Promotion Commit tco looms, Jared (I.
Smith, piesldeiit ami manager, icport
ed encouinglngly on tho present crop.
In order to perpeturito tho tobacco
glowing, the trustees of tho lllshop
Kstuto decided to offer liberal term
to tho bottlers uho wish to go Into
tho tobacco business.
worked by natives and Japanese.the
latter performing a great percentage
of tho labor. Hut despite tho ftct
Unit there uro many Jnp.inesa upon
the Islands nnd thcro have been eomo
attempts at labor organization by
unions, theic Is little trouble or dis
Thero has been nn effort for sev
eral M'urH to iulltienco Americans to
utile upon the Islands, but with lit
tle success, because of tho illOfcultlM
of working the land, which in many
parts is of volcanic origin, needing
Irrigation. In time, however, It Is
hoped that more white men will set
"Tho climate of Hawaii Is delight
ful and tho hospitality of the nathes
Dr. Ilrynn will lecturo WcdncsdnyJ
night at McCoy Hull upon "Fire
Mountains A VUlt to Mount Kl
lauea," Illustrated by moving pic
tures, which will show the volcano lu
W'ASIIINCiTON, D C, .Inn 11 -A
queen, deposed. It is true, stood tie-
fore tho House Committee ou Clulms
today and pleaded for more mone)
as Terompeuse for the loss of her
crown, her laud, and her reenues,
which In past .days had enabled her
lo live In legal splendor I.llluol.J
lanl was nt best a pathetic sight us
she made her anneal, though she car-
lied herself with proud mien. Vr
yenis she had asked Congress for
$850. 000 In payment fur all that she
had lost, but the plea has been made
by deputy, and bin. been unheeded
Today sho appeared In person, accom
panied by Princess Knlanlannole, the
wife of Prince Jonali Kuhlo Kulanl
annole, and her cousin, tho Congres
sional Delegate from Hawaii.
The former queen was gowned In
brown panne velvet, with u black
hat surmounted by a huge white al
glelte Thrown over her shoulders
ujis a loobo black cloak. She wore
tun gloves. Age has tinged the coal
black hair with silver threads and
wilnkled tho kindly brown' face, hut
the former Queen of Hawaii wus still
queenly In her bearing and dlgnlllcd
lu her manner.
Prlncu Kulnulannolo made a strong
plea for the mone). He detailed the
history of tho former Queen's reign,
the circumstances attending the
Ajneilcau occupation by bliiejacktis
on Mai ch IT. 1SU3, nnd tho use fiom
that ditto of her crown lands und pei
hinal estates, valued now at J 10.000..
Olio 1'oimer Judge llr.t di of the Su
pieme Court of Hawaii also uigcd Hie
iimmlttee to grant tho claim, con
tending its fairness and legality The
committee reached nn repoit ou ill"
GEARY STREET ABOVE UNION SQUARE
JUST OPPOSITE HOTEL ST. FRANCIS
EUROPEAN PLAN $1.50 A DAY UP
AMERICAN PLAN $3.00 A BAY UP
fl Anew don tewn hold. Steel and
brick structure. Furnished it i coil of
$150,000. Eieri comfort and content
ence. On car lines transferring to si I
parli of cilj. Omnibus meets all trains
andtsteamert. .. .
Now recognized as Hawaiian
Cable Address "TRAWETS."
at the automobiles, buggies and car
riages we have recently overhauled
TTtKN TVr ""
W. W. VirlElH Co..
COEUHO'S FIRE CNGINE.
Hawaiian Iron Fence and Monument Works
NCXT TO YOUNG UL,DG., 176-190 KING STREET, PHONE Z37.
Owner of an old mercantile house
wishes to associate himself with a
business man who is willing to take
an active part and put $5000 into the
business to enlarge it. Absolutely
safe. Legitimate returns assured.
Bank and commercial references.
For particulars apply
P. E. R. Strauch
Iftpeclal to tho II it 1 1 1 1 n)
Wnlltikil, Maul, Jan. U3 H.'iiiilui W
.1, Coclho returned fiom Honolulu per
steamer Cluudlnu Ibis morning 'I In
new engine for tho Kuliulul Kire Com
p.iny, vvhlrh tho Senator obtained fiom
Superintendent of Public Works M.irs
ton Campbell, will be brought up h
the next trip of the Clntidlue A tern
pornry shed tor tho engine will hive
lo bo built at Kuhuliil The II ie de
partment will likely petition the Hoard
of Supervisors for the erection of n
suitable building at some convenli nt
locution at Kuliulul fur the housing of
the new engine and the hose cart be
longing to the Kuliulul company.
JUDGE CONRADT ON MAUI.
' Woman's Exchange
King Street, Ewa of Fishmarket.
DRY 000DS AND FURNISHING
Q00DS of EVERY DE-
and cloth of A-I quality can be pur
P. 0, Box 9G1. Telephone fl31. '
I Special to the II ill I'M In)
W'ullilku. Maul, Jun. 2.1 Dlhtilet
Magistrate C C. Conrudt of Pukoo, Mo
lokul. who Is also Deputy Tax Assess
or on that Island, Is in W'lilliiku thU
morning, having come by the steamer
Claiidlno. He will lettiru to his Island
home hy the Mlknhahi, leaving I.alialna
tills uftcrnooti, Tho Judge Is looking
well, and reports everything lovely on
Molokarnnd siltlcs not disturbing the
74 S, EING"ST. minds of the peoplo ovur there.
P. H. BURNETTE.
Attorncy-at-Lnw for the District
Courts; Notary Public; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Lenses, Wills, etc.; Agent to Grant
70 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU. PHONE 310.
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK?"
done by the
with their new FRENCH
157 Beretania St. Thone 1401.
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