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title: 'Evening bulletin. (Honolulu [Oahu, Hawaii) 1895-1912, September 06, 1911, 3:30 EDITION, Page 10, Image 10',
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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 6, lil1.
MILO M. POTTER, Mgr. SANTA BAROARA, Cal.
Operated on the American Plan only. Each room lias outttdo oxposurc. Ratos
asked are less (Sorvice, Culsino and Surroundings considered) than can be
"found In any any hotel In America. Bnggago may bo checked direct to
Hotel Potter from anywhere in the United States or Canada. Wire ahead (or
reservations, at our expense. For rates, pamphlots and full particulars con
corning Hotel Potter, address) OTTO, GERTZ, P. O. Box , Honolulu.
Gcury Street, above Union Square
European Plan $1.C0 a day up
American Plan $3.00 a day up
New steel and brick structure.
Every comfort and convenience.
A high class hotel at very moderate
rates. In the center of theatre and
retail district. On car lines trans
ferring to all parts of city. Electric
omnibus meets all trains and
strainers. Hotel Stewart recognized
as Hawaiian Island Headquarters.
Cable Address "Trawets"ABC code.
J.H. Love, Honolulu representative.
Hotel St. Francis
Union Square, San Franciico
Under the Management of
FAli.NU the beautiful pnrk
In the heart of the city,
which Is the I heat re ol
the pilnclpul dents ol
Ihe famous fcstlials of Saa
Francisco, this hulel, In en.
vlrnumcnt and atmosphere, ex
presses most pleasnutly the
comfortable spirit ol old CaU
The royalty and nobility oi
the Old World and the Far
Ensl and Ihe men ot high
achlrtenicnt In Anii-rlai who
ansemlile here contribute to the
eosmopolltau ntiuoiphcre of n
Institution nhlcli represents
the hospitality and ladhldual
lly of San Francisco to the
The building, which marks
the furthest udtaneo ol science
In sen Ice, has now the largest
capnclty of any hotel structure
In tho West, and upon comple.
lion of tho Post street annex
will be the largest curuTanscrj
In the world.
WHILE TUB SEimCK IS UN.
USUAL, THE l'JUCKH AKJE
European Flan from $2.00 Up
A Tourist Until mi tho
, car lino uml within walls-
'lliK illstalit'o nf thu I'mt
Olllcc. It cxcchi In every
Emma St., abovo Vineyard
ALL THIS WEEK
Go down for a night. O. R. & L.
trains pass tho door.
Rooms and Board "
W. C. Bcrnin, Prop.
IK YOU AH13 I.OOKINCJ 1'OIt
A WUDDINtl OUT VOU
WOULD DO WULL
to bus oun
WHICH IS CIAININO I'Ol'U-
LAMTV WITH KVUItY
113 Hotel St.
-BULLETIN AD8 PAY-
Pioneers anil leaders in
the Automobile Business
Agents for such well-known care
as Packard. rope-Hartford, 8tevens
Duryea, Cadillac, Thomas Flyer,
llulck, Overland, Dakar Electric, and
Supplies & Repairing
..For the BEST RENT CARS in the
city, rinp up
OLDSMOBILE, No, 401
RENAULT, rjo. 404
LANDAU LET, No. SM
C. H. BEHN
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
ALL WE ASIC IS A TMAL
HONOLULU VULCANIZING WORKS
Phono 1823 Kapiotani Building
Use a PREST-O-LITE TANK on
your Automobile and save Generator
Acetylene Light and
Agency Co., Ltd.
Just the Thing
HAWAII & 80UTH
SEAS CURIO CO,
And All Post Card
, ALGAROBA BEAN MILLt
4 And " r
ONE, SECOND- HAND STANDARD
.GASOLENE ENGINE. IIH. P.
14M EMMA STREET Telephone 24U
BEST WORK LOWEST PRICES
P. O. Box 491 Phone 3085
Will Do It
PACIFIC PICTUKE FBAKIHO Ca
1050 Nunanu Street
COTTON CREPE SHIRTS, KIMONOS
H. MI YAKE,
1248 FORT ST ABOVE PERETANIA
Gents' Dry Goods
Kam Chong Co.
Corner Fort and Beretanla Streets
Superintendent I'cpo'n roilscd tea
chers' Jlst for tlio coming ymr hna
tho follow lug ubsIkiiiiiciiIs ot teachers
Enrollment, Schools and Teachers.
Wnlluiio. S3 ltuiills Miss ICmma
C. W. ll.ihtwln SupcrvlslnB Prin
Ktinliumumi, 052 pupils Mrs. Knth-
urine Winter, Miss l'hoehe llccn, Mr.
Kin on MorRiin Mls Margaret .lolin
von. Miss Emma Lyons, Miss Dell
Weight, Miss Ktliel Wolfo, MIbs Mil
Innilnn I'crry, Miss Ella Oix Klin,
Mrs. (I. C. HofKannl, Mrs. Mary Wll
lliims, Mm. C. Mcmsarrat, Miss Eileen
McCarthy, Mist liny Dell.
Wnlklkl, 87 pupils Mrs. Ellen Ken-
wayl, Mlxs AfntiK Ontal.
Mollllll, 13S pupils Mrs. Jennie C
Hell, Mis. Martha lloinKc.
Million, 3li pupils .Mrs, M. II
MeKlnloy IIIrIi, 189 pupils M. M
Scott, Frank Cunning, Mrs. S. S. Kin
ney, Miss Clara Zleglcr, I. N. Ilsom
Mlha Ahblo Dow, Miss Jennie Charles
worth, M, DenJ. Dalros, Miss K. Wood-
ford, Miss Anna W. Tucker, Miss
Noiinnl, 43C pupils Mr. Edgnr
Wood, Miss Mary Giotc, Miss Can),
lyn II. Fulchor, illss Florence M
Winter, MIbs Holga A. Wlkandcr,
Miss Marjoile Freoth, Miss Vnnicy,
MIhs Vuu Schalck, Miss M. Ida Zleg
lur, Miss Eva Dawson, Miss Ida 0
MacDonald, Mies Until (1. Shaw, Miss
Delia M. Stone, Miss Etna Peterson,
Mm. Lllla O. Marshall, Miss Maud
Davison, Miss Juno M. Wnltc, Miss
Marion D. Dean, Miss D.nls.
Jnmcs C. Dals, Supervising Prin
Hoyul, S31 implls Mrs, S. S. Pax
son, Miss Gertrude Wliltcmaii, Miss
Juliet Taucr, Mrs. Alice Ilrown. Mrs,
Annie Awaiia, Miss Jean K. Aligns,
Miss Mlllo Morris, Miss Maria K. Ml
kol, Miss II. S. Olrcmba, Miss Helen
Robertson, Miss Francis Hindi, Miss
Molllc Grace, Miss Saillo McUiln,
Mrs. S. II. Douglas. Miss' Ada I.ycct',
Mis. Maria Murcallino, Miss Mabel
l.nild. Miss Elizabeth llccn, Miss Jus
l'oliukaliin, 377 pupils Miss M.vra
Angus, Miss Aktaii Ontal, Miss Es
tber CUxi .Miss llciilu Sclicfllcr, Mrs.
E. A. Mcdiilic, Miss OIIo Homer,
MUs Clara Gtimcy, Miss. I.ouIbo Day,
Mr. K, Anionu.
Mrs. Nina L. D. Eraser, Supervising
D. Eraser, Supervising Prlnclualjqp
KaliilanI, coo pupils Miss .Ilia E.
Suow, Miss Mary Iifqulst, Miss Mao
tjlles, Mrs. Ma Knight, .Miss Klurcnco
I.yneli, Mrs. Mary Castro, Mrs. Koso
Kong, .Miss Almco Mnssinan, Miss
Ilernlco Cook, Miss Tokl Mlamuto,
Miss I.lzzlo Ayaii, Mrs. Roinana Fa-
ria, Mrs. I.etltii M. Walkor. Miss
Kuuliiwcla, Slit pupils iMrs. Isabel
U Crclghtou, Miss M. I.alnaala Smith
Mis. Virginia Ilauinaan. Miss llattlo
Ayaii, MIes Kato Mclnytro, Mrs. Mol
Ho Ynp, Miss E. Y. Chlng, Mrs. J. V
Eskcw, Mrs. Hilda J, lluslmoll.
Macmuo, 1H1 pupils Miss Victoria
Jordan, Miss Maudo .Ionian, Miss
Chrlstluo dertz, Mrs. Ellon Vlcltcry.
.Pauoa, 100 pupils Mrs. Louisa Lu
cas, Mrs. Daisy Hong.
Mis. F. W. Carter, Supervising
Central Orainmar, M9 pupils MIs3
Isabel Kelly, Mrs. J. J. Greene, Mlm
(iertrudo McCorrlstou, Miss A. J.
(lault, Miss Mubcl Armstrong, Mrs.
Frank Cunning. Miss Ituth E. liilcn,
Mrs. E. A. Wllklns. Mrs. C. O. Iliittcl.
Miss Mabel Mghtfoot, Miss Phroiile
Dyke, Miss Ituby Case, Miss Edith
Nichols, Mrs. George Coulter, Miss
Murilct Young, Mrs. A. N. Sinclair
Mr. I. M. Cox, Suporvlslug l'rlncl-
Knllhlvwiona, 141 pupils Miss Klor
eneo Crozlcr, Miss Charlotte Cowan,
.Miss Helen Kuiwlaea, Miss A, Mis
ner, Jllss IStlltli Ughtfont, Robert
Law, Mrs, Angela Mann, Miss J. II.
Haley, Manuel dc Corte, Miss Olhc
Clark, Miss Elizabeth Chirk.
Kallhl-uka, 35 pupils Mrs. Johaua
Kullhl-kal, 33 pupils Miss Floroueo
Moaualua, 11 pupils Mrs. Clura
Special teachers Miss Juno Wluue
(supervisor of music), Mies Margar
ot Mossiuau (usst. supervisor of luu
sic), Miss Nina J. Adams (physical
culturo), Mr. Chris Evenson (utanu-il
training), Miss Tcinu Apana (lacu),
Miss Mabel Aonn (asst. lace).
flirts' Industrial, 42 pupils Miss
Florence Woods, Miss Ida Alspaugh.
Alca, 272 implls Miss Carrlo Clay
)iool, Miss Ellllnn Cluypool, Miss Mar
garct I'vuns, Miss Mlrltlo Tanaka,
Miss lick n Catlicart, Miss Elly Ack
urinun, Miss Allco CI ay poo,
Pearl City, 117 pupils Mrs. Mulio!
King, .Miss Kculolia Ilookuno, Mies
Mary Kong. .
Walpahu, 340 pupils Mrs. Sophie
Ovcreml. Mrs. Tllllo Mak.icna, MIbs
Sophie Ostor, Miss Constunco Af
laguO, Jllss Mul.cl I.iirseu, MIbs Mnr-
gaiet Ilranco, Miss Mary Fralnc, MImi
MIIiIipiI Evans. Miss Mary Hapoza
Ewu, 305 pupils Miss Emma
Vrooin, Mrs. Adeline llcnto, Miss
Louise (iicenllcld, Miss Phoebo
Shields, Miss Trinidad Marcus, Mlw
1'. V, Glcciilleld, Miss Clucu Cioc-
Rats Carry Disease
it germs into the
home and are a
i to life, and also the
laiRfojoi propeny. ,
,R AT and ROACH
it a sure exterminator ol rats, mice,
cockroaches and all vermin. Get
the Rcnuinc. Money back If it Fails.
25c nl 11.00. SoM ETnrwkn.
StMrm' tltetrte Paila Co., Chteo(jo,M.
City and County Engineer Gere tells
Supervisor Murray that tho retention
of several "watchmen" In outer dis
tricts aro an unnecessary cxtrnvn
gnnc, and continual expense, and
therefore ho ordeied their discharge.
That several true and tried Hepub
Ucans were summarily fired, through
no reason, bbvo a retrenchment, was
n body blow to an alleged "Achl ma
chine," which Is said holds u domin
ant place In tho road scheme for this
Murray attempted to call Chairman
Dvvlght to tlmo for tho reported nog
Itgcnco In leaving valuable county
property unguarded. Dvvlght has dip
lomatically side-stepped and tells Po
lice Committeeman Murray that ho as
chairman of tho road committee, and
tho ono most Interested, saw lit to
consult with the city and county en
gineer and therefore agreed to (ho fir
ing of a number of useless watchmen
who wero practically drawing down
pensions from n munlllclcnt county
Politics (llii-n Solar Plexus llliivv.
It was a hard hit political machinu
which sadly learned that suvcral for
ty-dollar n month Jobs had been elim
inated by tho sweeping action of u re
trenching road committee.
"A henvy steam roller or n rock
crushing plant Is not a piece of bric-a-brac
that can very easily bo lugged
away," was tho way It was put up to
un anxious Inquirer. Posting u
watchman over such road making ma
chlncry wns termed merely u bit of
expensive foolishness and consequent
ly when money was sorely needed for
uioro Important work, tho services of
n number of watchmen were dropped.
' Still, It Is believed that tho end Is
Mayor Kern has entered tho breach
and ho Insists that In tho present
management of tho road depaitmcnt
u full month's work Is given to the
favored lte(iubllcaus while thoso of
Democratic, Homo ltulo or other
faiths aro loft In Isolation from a be
neficent pay roll.
Hank Politics Siijs Fern.
"You aro playing politics," Insinu
ated Fern, rising and addressing the
members of tho board last night. "I
know full well that no Hawaiian or
other voter can get u Job with tho
road department under your manage'
me nt, unless he stands right with
your party leaders. Why don't you
get down to business anil cut out this
foolishness. Tho pcoplo are tired of
this constant scrapping and pluyln
of petty politics.
.Seven .Mouths, and Nothing Hone.
"You havo been In office seven
months, and what real work has this
board dona towards tho betterment of
tho city?" Fern continued his stor
ing of tho hoard along a similar strain
and wound up by stating thut there
wan not n section of road undertaken
by the urescnt board In tho city that
had ,b(Tn completed. Ho nlso iniido
pointed comparisons of the present
and a former board, which spent twen
ty-thrco months in moro or less con
flict and at tho last moment put
through ono block of paving of a
kett, Miss Alvlna Ayau.
Watoitown, 40 pupils Mrs. Allco
llaywiud, Mrs. C, Lowdcn.
Walanao, 171 pupils Mr. Francis
J. Nobrlga, Mrs. Helm K. Nohrlgu,
MIbs Ilehucca lopa, Miss Su.sau Ko-
Kawaliiapal, 18 pupllb Miss Evn
Wnliiliia, 381 iiunlls Mrs. Mliiulo II.
Churchill, Mrs", Uoso Alan, Jnmcs
Awnl, Miss rtcbocca Macy, Miss Amy
Awal, Mrs. Emily Nailkana, Miss Kay
Chuiclilll, Miss Helen Kimball, Mrs
Wahlawa MIbs E. Coleman.
Kahukit, 112 pupllH Mrs, Eiilu M,
Bmlh, M(ks Ilernlco Smith, Miss Shir
ly H. Foster. " -
Kaneoho, 101 pupllB Mr. John K,
Kaaha, Oliver Mitchell. John Pahla.
Hatiula, !)3 pupils MUs Mniy Chris
tophcibon. Mis. E. F. llorgcr.
Kaaavva, C7 pupils Henry K. Do
mingo, Wni.tholo, 8G pupils Miss Allco E.
Mudgo, Miss Emma (loo,
Kallua, 21 pupils Akiiul Ahau
Wtilinaniilo, 50 pupils MIbs Maria
Uovs' Industrial, 1G0 pupils Mrs. II.
M. Tucker, J. M. Johnson, Albert
Kane, D. Joy Conrudt, Jas, K. Kil
obit, Clyde Alspaugh,
The Highest Honors
Wore Awarded to
At tht recent California Stolo
held at 8acramentoi
A Gold Award
A Blue Ribbon Award
A Cash Prize
41,000 bottles (carbonated)
But It's Hot
. Of course it is, and it'll STAY
But there's no reason why YOU
A cold bottle of
If It's Paint
AMD YOU WANT A GOOD JOB, 8EI MI TOM tlAU
AM IEEN EVERYWHERE
PHONE 1697 847 KAAHUMANU
Your Summer Wardrobe
At Saving Prices
Reasonable Instalment Terms
Ladies TUP F 11 DM FIT Sachs Bid
Frnrk 1 IIL I UKlf II 1 1 Reretania
QiYifl yur specifications
5M- to me for contract
work. You'll save money.
Weekly Bulletin 81 Per Year
toM atthe Fair In thrco days.
will make things lovely.
ORDER A CASE
Called For and Delivered
and Hotel Streets Phone 1863
ROSA J CO.
Bottled In Bond
JULES PERCHARD9 & PILS'
CALIFORNIA 6PARKLINO WINES
We Dellvor to Any Part of the City
Alakea and Queen Btretti
101 SAIX AT AIL 1A1I
I acific 3
KING AND NUUANU STREET!
You'll find they're all good (el
"It's the Fashion
Hotel nr. Fort D. H. Davitf, ttgf.
Phone 2026. P. 0. Box 488
Fino heavy ones Just arrived from
i r Telepnon 1109
rhe BICYCLE DEALER and HI
PAIREB, hM moved to
180 KINO I1KIII
New location Red front, near
foung Building. Telephone 8518.
Pau Ka Hana
i MOVE8 THE EARTH
a. p. Mcdonald,
Contractor and Builder
Kstlittittes given on all klnda of
Concrete Work Specialty
'AUAHI STREET. NEAR NUUANU
"Tho rionccr Wuiiiber"
182 Merchant Str'cot Phone 1931
CIGAR HOW (
el. A. QUNST e CO Aeenti
NEW DRUG STORE
Well Stocked with New Drugs and
BODA WATUtl FOUNTAIN
HAWAII DRUG CO.
42 Hotel Street, at. end ol Bethel
"TODAY'S NEWS TODAY"
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