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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. SATTnmY. SEPT S, 1910.
Everybody Is Now Using
Free! Free! Free!
At Popular Prices
HOSIERY AND QLOVES Tim- acpartmcnt is one of
our special attractions. We carry all of the lines put up
by the bcstrEastcrn factories. The "Oiixy" hosiery com
bines the best quality with moderate puces. Every pair
of Qlovei or Hose guaranteed. '
VEILINGS In Blank, White and Colors, A large slock
to' purchase from, including some very handsome "Spider
GINGHAMS A new assortment of serviceable patterns
in Plain,. Checks and Stripes. 10c p. yard.
LADIES' RAIN COATS The rainy season is close at
hand. Inspect our new stock of Cravenctted Coats. They
embody the best in style and quality.
HANDSOME HLLOW TOPS Another lot received
LADIES' UNDERWEAR AND BABY OUTFITTING DE
APARTMENT Dainty garments for children and infants
arc a specialty here. All sizes pnd styles in the "Nemo"
mid "R. & G. ' corset.
Sachs' Dry Goods Co., Ltd.,
Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station
The demand for our improved appliances hru liiftcn
such n jump that we need more room.
New commodious premises nrc now being remodeled,
and we move nbout the middle of August loriier Alake.i
and Beretania, ,
Honolulu Gas Co., Ltd.
The. cleanest and most ser
viceable Carbon Paper in the
Woild is the
The impressions nrc clear
cut and lasting.
'Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg,
Office Supply Co.,
OLOBE-WERNICKE FILING CABI-
NETS and BOOKCASES,
GENERAL -OFFICE STATIONERY.
Complete assortment of every
size just arrived in the Lur
line and now ready for distribution.
Photo Supply Co.
FORT, BELOW HOTEL
031 FORT STREET
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Books! Books! Books!
BROWN & LYON .CO.. LTD.
Alexander Younz Bide.
YE ARTS AND CRAFTS SHOP
Fort below King Street
FILMS AND CAMERAS
Pencils, Paper and All School
A. B, ARLEIGH & CO. -Hptcl,
CathCnn y" :
Mile hours MIDYU
r me nainc v..
C. L. HOPKINS
Rystcmutizcr, Notary Public, Agent
tc Grant Marriage Licenses, Hawai
ian Interpreter and Translator
OFFICE Judiciary Bide. HOURS
0 n. m. to 4 n. m.
The Pioneer Plumber
183 MERCHANT STRF2T
Merchant and Nuuami Streets
c. i:. i:.vn:itT,uvMi:vr.
WAII.IKIT, .Maul, Sept. 2. A rho
tmlcnl mid inimical untcrtalninent will
be glten nt till' Villukii Town Hall
tliiH ewnlng In luinur iif the members
of tliu Wulliiku Junior Clirintlaii lln
ilcutor, who will 80011 return to their
Mirious schools The entertainment
will consist of pliino solos, recitations
mill duets, ami thofo who wilt take
part aro the .Misses Haffery, (ho
Misses Nuoiio, tlio M Insert Kcohl, li
number nt the l-ahnlnaluna boys, ami
others. llefreuliiiientH will lie served,
to lie followed with remarks . by
Messrs. Nuonu, Saffcry, Welch ami
JIIIS. V. It. PATTIIIISO.N Willi.
WA1I.UKIJ, Maul, Kept. 2 Tlio wlfii
nt V, It. Patterson, conlractor, illeil
In Walluku hint Miiiuliiy tit pneumonia
ami was liurletl the kiiiiiii afteruiiiiti.
Deceased win a Hawaiian lady of IV
ahl, whcio aliu spent must nt her
jtiung day excepting those Biicnt In
school. HIip Kavu lilrtll In a clilhl the
tlili tl week lu August ninl alioiit a
week iirtervMinU she roiili'iictcd n
colli which turned Into pneumonia
Deceased left a rather iiml liiutlier a
liuslmiul ami II ui Utile children In
inuiirii Ihelr limn.
Open September 12 and
20,000 Pupils expected
The lfil nubile schools of tlio Ter
ritory, with 4X0 teachers, open for
tlio coming school year on Monday,
September 12j These schools have
lieuu mouriloil during the past jeur
with 1U.HUU pupils, and dining tlio
new year, with a few additional
teacher on the list, there will no
ilouht lie In these public. M'liuoN
over 2U.U0U children.
The pulillc schools aro kept open
from U to 12 o'clock ilui'lng ten
miiuths of the year. These tell
months urn divided as follows:
Kail term, 14 weeks. September
12 to December 10, liilrt; winter
term, 111 week, January 2 to Mnrcli
;ll, lilll: spring term, 11 weeks,
April 10 to June 23, lull.
Personnel of Department.
The Department of l'ulillc In
struction consists of six Minimis,
slouers mid thn siipeilutenileiit.
There Is only ouu normal Inspector
for the entile Territory, who will
have charge of the general Inspec
Superintendent l'opo said this
monrliiK that at the Inst meeting
of the Commissioners of Public In
struction, which was held In Jul.",
n plan was adopted by which the de
partment believes It pusslhlo to
greatly Improve the educational sys
tem. It is hoped under the plan
that tlio schools can lie kept more
iinlfoim. In accordance with tlio
i ou rue of study; that the direction
will lie better and that the entire
system will be more uniform. The
schools of the cntlio Territory are
subdivided Into educational divi
sions, each division having been
placed under a supervising principal,
whoso duty It will ho to help the
various principals In laying out
their work, otter Ins suggestion.!,
etc , tis well as keeping the depart
ment In closer touch with thn work.
The men selected for these posttloiir
ns supervising principals have been
tried for years and havu proven
themselves worthy and callable.
The schools have been grouped
Into educational divisions as fol
lows: 1. Kauai and Nllhau Seventeen
schools with ON teachers, lu charge
of Supervising Principal C. O. Smith
who will also be principal of the
Knpaa school lu that division
2. Oahu Sevontecn schools with
48 teacheis (not Including the
schools of Honolulu). No supervis
ing principal has been selected, but
the work will be looked after by
the superintendent, assisted at times
by the normal insupettor.
.1. Maul, .Molokal and l.aual
Thlrty-uluo schools with s2 teach'
crs, In charge of Supervising Prlncl
pal II. M. Wells, who Is also prin
cipal of l.ahalna school. (Uihatua
hum sihool Is not Included.)
4. Hawaii (two divisions) 1.
Hast Hawaii, (onrprUIng Huinnkiia,
lllhi mid 1'iina; 27 schools, riU
teacheis; William MiCluskey as su
pervlslng principal, who Is also prln
IT toil hois, lu cbnigc .,r Mr 1' W
Kaliilalll, Kntilnwi ' , nnd Mae
mae, with 27 teurln i will be in
barge of Mrs. Nina I. I) Kiasei
Kallhl-wnena, Mo.inulmi and Kail
hl-lal. with a total i.i 1 I teachers,
will he lu charge oi I M Cox
This arrangement will give the
principal of each tiioiio of cltt
schools an opportunity to arrange
I at least two room c i en h grade
CHILDREN TO SEE
FAT PEOPLE FREE
Trixie Will Boost for Hawaii While
on Her Trip Around the World.
Tho Trlxlo show doses Us engiim
ment here tonight, and tills being the
last day, Trlvle and Main 1 11 ins nut to
entertain the little ones When asked
how she liked Honolulu Trlxle re
plied. I think the iieople here are
Just grand. I hate enJoed my trip
here Immensely. The climate here 1 1
way ahead of uny other clt I huxe vis
ited III tho United States I will al
ways boost lor Honolulu on my trip
around the world, a our stn here
has been a cry suciessml one
All chlldien lsitlng with these
lleihy peoplo today will ben dmltled
freo of charge, If accompanied by an
;- titl ill t:
No one should, miss the opportunity
of visiting with theso w'omlcrful peo
ple on this their last day here on exhibition.
In tho following paragraph publish
ed In the English section ftlllor Af
fonso of the "A Setla" nays his com
pllments to his friends;
Tho Advertiser, which poses as the
censor of it rival Kngllsh paiers mid
would like to bo tho whole Itepiilili
can Party, shows up Its dense pollil
cal Ignorance when It prints a 1 1 !
dispatch salng that ce'rlalu peipe
had been elected hero as delegates lo
the Terrltoilal Hepiihllcnu Convention
when It should know that tho rules or
tho iiarty plainly provldo that Hie
primary election shall lis hold on the
first Saturday of September, which
tills year falls on September 3rd.
"Ciibrlnlia may run Instead of Af
fniiso." Is the heading over n nice 111
tie boost for candidate Cabrlulia.
which we find In tho Advertiser
There Is absolutely nothing III the
text of ilie article lu refeicnee to Af
fouso. II is another case of the Ad
CI titter's Ignorance lu renHict to Illlo
lKilltlcn because Affonso never was,
nor la now, a candidate for the olllce
TharIon's piier, tho Adveitlser. In
a recent Issue, made a present of the
tllio railroad bridge which spans Ho
noil! gulch, to the County of Hawaii.
A resolution of thanks Is being pie
paied by us whlrli wo will ieisonnlly
glvo lo UiiKjnleor Kalalwaa for Intro
duction at the Hoiud's next session.
V.. P. Irwin, alius Joslier HlunVni.
a lllerai genius or the Advertiser, nr
lived In HI'o secretly by Sund.p's
Claudllie It was well he did so other
wise tile Old (luard of tlu 1 'roll I hi I loll
Party, tlio Wutyr WoikB nml tho 1-1 rn
Department would havo been on hand
to iccche so mighty and oiiiirageous
a Juck Uiuilon No 2 .as Ills knlghl
iicss of the mighty cii thinks ho Is
lu fact even the National (Iminl. the
clpal of Pupalkim school. (Tho llllir na,, f Trade and tho Inilhlor of tho
Union and Illlo High schools aro not ullnl,m bildge would h.no been on
Included lu this division.) 2. West u, Whaif lo watch which fisit tlo
Hawaii, consisting of kohala, Kona. pnclfio .Monthly contiibiitiir would
first set on Hilo soil. Ami then It
iMlliml and wovcro HtlU mleep.
Chain Now at the
UNION BAR 11 E H B H 0 1'
NI1W HAltllKlt-A wmpeleiit man
lint Just ni rlvt-il fiiu Hit) Const,
M, VlllltHA l'i)rleor
TIIU INAir tiroimla uia'rnlkiw
llIK cailto; IJOl Imi (W) iUtur, il
Imikh K. V, iiiMi', W Im8 Ihhi. ) Ikim
tic, H lynx null, 9 )hhb runtUNU, tl
custtit fiuli, 3'tMHt dJiIekitm, kigs m4,
I IIH flll, I BHt4Jtt(WI, fl t&ft WB.
mill Kan; 27 kcIiooIr and CO teach
ers; lu charge of Charles 12. King,
who will also bu lulncliml of Ho.
iuiilnu school. K. 11 lllctiurds, I,. 8, Altlimt ami (I
In Honolulu Hi,, nubile schiiola' I'. Tlllloch wero gliosis of , lit Pillcli
will bo iuiiIiiiIUihI a folliiwii: nl ut lloiinkaii last wwik The we
Kiiahiliniiiiu, Milium, MolllHI nn.r,lllJ ",l,' '" "v"1- IU Hie -pole
Witlklkl, lunlim- nlmut mi tHlinM,l.f1",,l'"r" lmv" '""' , ,A" .'""'"i"1'
will h iin.ler iwmliwl 0. V. llitld.,J"a iho .llal.ily mil miml
w1 tun illll In Hi" iJuk. ml iiiuIoiis to
BlHMit 8U tW!llBr, Ullder J.'Wi 0. Jjjr!2fjri,1," '
IHiVlH, I (,, . I II .Mill i.. I
Oairai (Jrammar am) t'stitral! !M.j n,(t ,rij, on W,
TO introduce our BOYS' CLOTHING
Department we will give FREE
with every suit purchased a Splendid
Gun Metal Stem Wind and Stem Set
Watch. This watch is not a toy but
a watch that is guaranteed for one
year by the maker.
7e carry a full lino of BOYS'
CLOTHING, ranging from $5 up.
It's Just As Easy
To own your own home as to pay rent. ,
Take a look at Lots in Block'17 Kaimuki i
Also, Unfurnished Residences on lots in
. highest point in Ocean View Tract
EASY TERMS ( rf
Kaimuki Land Co., Ltd.
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