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THE HAWAIIAN STAR, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 7. 19C2. Canadian -Ausirs STEAMSHIP COMPANY Rojal Ma Bteanatr of the above line, running In connection with the CANADIAN H2EIFIC RAILWAY COMP.NY between Vancouver. B. C, and Sydney, N. fag S7 and calling at Victoria B. C, Honolulu and Brisbane, Q. , Dae at Honolulu on or about the dates bolow stated, viz: FOR AUSTRALIA. MOANA OCT. 25 fcllOWERA NOV. 22 R0RANOI DEC. 20 FOR VANCOUVER. MIOWERA OCT. 22 AORANGI NOV. 19 MOANA DEC. 17 Calling at Suva, Fiji, on Both Up and Down Yoyages . H. DAVIES & CO.. Ltd., Gen'l Agts. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. Occidental & Oriental S. S, Co. and Toyo Kisen Kaisha. Steamer of fthe above Companies will call at Honolulu and leave this Brt on or about the dates below men tloned: FOR CHINA AND JAPAN. I FOR SAN FRANCISCO. DORIC OCT. 4 NIPPON MARU OCT. 14 PERU OCT. 22 COPTIC OCT. 29 AMERICA MARU NOV. 6 PEKING NOV. 14 GAELIC NOV. 22 HONGKONG MARU DEC. 2 CHINA DEC. 10 DORIC DEC. 18 NIPPON MARU DEC. 26 COPTIC OCT. 7 AMERICA MARU OCT. 14 KOREA OCT. 22 GAELIC NOV. 1 HONGKONG MARU NOV. 8 CHINA . NOV. 18 DORIC NOV. 25 NIPPON MARU DEC. 5 PERU DEC. 13 COPTIC DEC. 19 AMERICA MARU DEC. 27 v Tor general Information apply to H. Hackfeld 8c Co Oceanic Sieamship Company. ' (The fine Passengers Steamers of this line will arrive at and leave this pore M hereunder: FROM SAN FRANCISCO. FOR SAN FRANCISCO. ALAMEDA OCT. 10 ' 'ALAMEDA OCT. 13 BIERRA OCT. 22 SONOMA OCT. 21 "ALAMEDA OCT. 31 SONOMA NOV. 12 ALAMEDA NOV. 21 VENTURA DEC. 3 ALAMEDA DEC. 12 BD3RRA DEC. 24 AXiAMLDA JAN. 2 Lotal Boat. 'ALAMEDA NOV. 5 VENTURA NOV. 11 ALAMEDA NOV. 28 SIERRA DEC. 2 ALAMEDA DEC. 17 SONOMA DEC. 23 ALAMEDA JAN. 7 Ca connection with the sailing of the above steamers, the Agents are pre pared to l'-ue, to lntendli g passengers coupon through tickets by any railroad Cram San Francisco to all joints In the United States, and from New York by AUunahlp line to all European Ports. Tor further particulars apply to Irwin (LIMITED) Gbeneral Agents Oceanic S. S. Company, AMERICAN HAWAIIAN STEAMSHIP COMPANY. DIRECT MONTHLY SERVICE BETWEEN NEW YORK AND HONOLULU, VIA PACIFIC COAST. jt.Ai FROM NE W YORK. 1 ... i it 1'. S. S. "CALIFORNIAN" to sail about September 30th. S. S. "AMERICAN" to sail about October 25th. S. S. "TEXAN" to sail about November .. FROM SAN F RANCISCO: S. S. "NEVADAN" to sail October 9th. ' S. S. "NEBRASKAN" to sail October 30th. Freight received at Company's wharf, Stewart Street, Pier No. FROM HONOLULU TO SAN FRANCISCO: S. S. "NEVADAN" to sail November 1st. FROM SEATTLE AND TACOMA: S. S. "ALASKAN" to sail N ovember 25th. 20. C. P. MORSE, General Freight Agent. Co., AGENTS. Hand Decorated China Dinner and Tea Sets, Carved Ebony Furniture, Carved Ivory, Carved Sandle Wood, Camphor Wood Chests, Rattan Goods, Embroidered Silks and Paper Screens, Bamboo Furniture. All kinds of Rich Silk Goods, such as Pongee and Pine Apple Linens, White and all colors, Embroidered Silks and Linen Goods, Mattings, Lac qured Wares, Silver Ware, China Pardlnlers and Vases, Beaded Portieres, Chi nese Gongs, all sizes, Curios, Etc., Etc. 66-72 King Street, corner of Smith. Phone Blue 3581. P. O. Bov 947. Pays for a Want Ad in The Star Aim (For additional and later shipping see pages 4, 6, or 8.) ARRIVING. Tuesday, October 7. Stnir. Mauna Lon, Slmerson, from Lnhalna, Maalaea, Mahukona, Kona und Kau, at 7:15 a. m. Stmr. Noeau, Moshor, from Kallua, Ilonokaa and Kukulhaelo, at 7 a. m. Thursday, October 9. U .S. A. T. Thomas, from San Fran cisco, probably arrive in morning. Friday, October 10. S. S. Alameda, Herrlman, from San Francisco, probably arrive about 1 p. in. DEPARTING. Tuesday, October 7. Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for IIllo and way ports nt 2 p. m. Stmr. Maul, F. Bennett, for Maul ports ill 5 p. m. Stmr. W. G. Hall, S. Thompson, for Kauai ports at 5 p. m. Gaso. schr. Eclipse, Townsend, for Kaunakakal, Karmilo, Honolua, Lana lnu, Klhei, Kallua, Napoopoo, Hooke na, Honolpu at 6 p. m. Stmr. J. A. Cummins, Searle, for Oa hu ports at 7 a. ni. Schr. Julia, E. Whalen, Harris, "for Hllo, about noon. Schr. Lady, Mokl, for Koolau ports, at 5 p. m. Schr. Ka Mol, for-Paaullo, at 11 a. m. PASSENGERS. Arriving. Per stmr. Mauna Loa, October 7, from Kau: W. S. McLean, F. A. De vereaux, Miss Choffee, Miss Whitney, A. Williams, Miss S. Robertson; from Kona: J. Kumalae, Mrs. C. Lucas, Mrs. Hiram, J. Walau and wife, J. M. Medeiros, C. E. Williams, Mr. Brush, F. McKenzlck; from Mahukona: Geo. Hind and wife, R. Hind and wife, J. Hind and wife; from Maalaea: R. A. AVadsworth, C. D. Lovekln, Miss C. F. bmlth; from Lnhalna, H. Hanneburg, Muragusa, Chlng Tong and 50 deck. Departing. Per stmr. Lehua, October C, for Ka laupapa: Brother Aloys, Father Ma thias, Father Maxime. Per stmr. Claudine, October 7, for Hllo: Mrs. W. H. C. Campbell, Miss Clara Smith, F. S. Munsell, O. Peter son, John Smith, D. H. Hitchcock, wife and 2 children, W. E. Skinner, Airs. M bantos, Dr. E. B. McDowell, George Harriat, Mrs. George Watt, Mrs. H. Herbert, Mrs. L. K. Harrison, E. Sim mons, A. Newhouse, Father Otto, Father Oliver, Father Ulrich, J. A. Smith and wife; for Lahaina: Dr. W. G. Rogers, J. H. Wilson; for the Vol cano: Dr. W. Valz, David A. Jolly; for Kawaihae: A. F. Judd, R. W. Wilcox, D. Kalauokalani, E. S. Boyd, D. Ka lauokalanl Jr.; for Lahaina, Miss Gay, H. Hanneberg; for Hana, Father llax lmln, J. Jorgensen. ROM SCHOOLS L IN LAND OF CZAR POVERTY OF COUNTRY SCHOOL MASTER TERRIBLE CONDITION OF SCHOOL CHILDREN. While children In America are attend ing their comfortable miblic schools, young Russians cannot' have similar agreeable comforts even If the recent oiilclnl report about the school system In Russia did conceal a part of that system's worst aspects. A general re organization of the public instruction was ordered a few months ago by the imperial government, and numerous commissions of inquest have been In stituted. Their work of investication was relatively easy when it referred to schools situated In towns, hut It be came very difficult when information had to be collected about the schools In the country. No official was anxious to proceed to villages lost in the steppes, the forests or the swamps. Still, some persons especially M. Eonomareff. in spector of primary schools, have un'der- itaken Journeys more fatiguing than ex plorations in Thibet or Patagonia. The report of M. Ponomareff In effect is that in Russian villages the shepherd is nappier tnan the male teacher, and the latter happier than the female teacher. The moujik considers the teacher a man who lives out at his ex pense, and he pays him less than the shepherd. When snow has fallen and the boys are without anything to do, being unable on account of the winter to be of help to their parents, the lat ter thing of 'their education. An "out- chietl," or schoolmaster Is hired by the villagers, who agree to fee'd and to pay him. The price varies from 10 to 50 rubles ($9 to $40) for the whole winter, which is very long in Russia. As to the food, It Is not so good as that of the shepherd; each family whose children frequent the school feeds In its turn the schoolmaster." The school building Is a miserable hut, often contiguous to the house of the moujik, where pigs, hens and cows are fed twice a day. It Is the business of the teacher to keep his school clean, says M. Ponomareff in his offlcial report. There is no ventila tion; at the approach of the cold wea ther all windows are hermetically clos ed with clay or glazier's putty. The moujik cannot understand that any thing should be opened In winter tlnie. In regard to the heating, it Is quite primitive. Each scholar Is bound to bring some pieces of wood to heat the school. When it is freezing too hard the pupils do not come and the teacher being compelled to remain until the evening, envelops himself In his tou loupe, or sheepskin, and stays motion less in a corner of the "khata," or school hut. Such is the custom of poor villages. In the rich villages the schoolmaster, In stead of being a martyr, 'becomes a tyrant. He strikes the pupils brutally, tears off their ears and pulls their hair and breaks their teeth, for he Is almost continually drunk. The offlcial report instances many cases In which chil dren were violently thrown on the ground and bruised by the teacher's feet to such a point that blood gushed out from their noses and mouths. But what is most extraordinary, says M, Ponomareff, Is that those queer school masters Intrust the task of teaching to the best scholars. These are called "the first group," or "the professors," and they are not above efarht or ten years of age. While they to teach their little comrades the "hoolmaster sits down to drink In the i xt "kabako." The St. Petersburg correspondence which gives 'this summary of M. Pono mareft's report says that on receiving It the minister of public instruction sent numerous commissioners to run over, Incognito, every part of Russia at the . 1. e 1 1. 1 ...1(1. ... 1 r. I .-. to remedy the evil and punish the cul- . T prus. j BEERS famous the World Over Fully Matured. Sold Everywhere. NOTICE. Administrator'; Sale of Valuable Real Estate IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE First Judicial Circuit. Territory of Hawaii. At Chambers. In Probate. In the Matter of the Estate of J. K. Kaunamano, Deceased. In accordance with an order hereto fore, to wit., on the 15th day of Sep tember, 1902, given and made by the Hon. W. J. Robinson, Third Judge of the above entitled Court, licensing the sale of real estate, the property of the above named Estate, the undersigned administrator of the Estate of said J. K. Kaunamano, deceased, will on Sat urday, the 11th day of October, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon of said day, In front of the Judiciary Building, in Honolulu, sell at public auction to the highest bidder the following described prop erty: 1. All that piece or parcel of land situate in Walpio, Hamakua, contain ing an area of 4.25 acres, and being described as Apana 4, R. P. 5255, L. C. A. 10419 to Nana. 2. All that piece or parcel of land described as Apana 2 of R. P. 481C, L. C. A. 10781, Issued to Puaanui, situate In Walpio aforesaid, and containing an area of 6 acres, being the same prem ises conveyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by deed of Ioane Paele et al., dated July 13th, 1882, and recorded In said of fice In liber 76, page 137. 3. All that piece or parcel of land situate In Kaao 2 in said Walpio, de scribed In R. P. 6218, L. C. A. 4891 to Kellinohopall, and containing an area of 2 acres, and being the same prem ises conveyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by deed of S. L. Kapahukoa, dated July lGth, 1883, and recorded in said of fice in liber 87, page 476. 4. Three Apanas of land situate at Napoopoo, Walpio aforesaid, described In R. P. 4901, L. C. A. 3793 and 11109 to Leahl, area 3.71 acres, being the same land conveyed to said J. K. Kaunama no by deed of Kalowe, dated July 4th, 18S3, recorded In said office in liber 91, page 291. 5. All that piece or parcel of land situate at Napoopoo. Walpio aforesaid, described in R. P. 8201 to Kahili, con taining half an acre, conveyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by deed of W. A. Keha. 6. An undivided interest of said J. K. Kaunamano in 2 Apanas of land situate at Napoopoo, Walpio aforesaid, described in It. P. 5467, Award 10782, to Papau and conveyed to said J. K. Kau namano by deed of J. H. Haalou, dated August 16th, 1893, and recorded In said offlce In liber 146, pages 51-2, containing an area of 4.61 acres. 7. All that certain piece or parcel of land, containing an area of 3-10 of an acre, situate In Hllo, Island of Hawaii, described in R. P. 6788, Kuleana 2281, and conveyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by deed of B. Naa and wife, dated Oc tober 8th, 1889, and recorded in said offlce in liber 118, pages 4G5-6. 8. All the right, title and Interest of said J. K. Kaunamano In land situate at Walalel, District of Koolauloa, Isl and of Oahu. 9. All that piece or parcel of land situate in NIenle, Honokaa, Hamakua, Island of Hawaii, containing an area of one-half an acre, conveyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by deed of S. Parker, dated October 3rd, 1883, and recorded in the Register Office, Oahu, In liber 83, pages 132-3. 10. All that piece or parcel of land situate at Nlenlo aforesaid, containing an area of one acre, described In R. P. (Gr.) 2101 to Kaaukal, and conveyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by deed of S. S. Robertson, dated February 17th, 1892, and recorded In said offlce In liber 142, pages 308-9. 11. All that certain piece or parcel of land situate at NIenle aforesaid, containing an area of one-half an acre, conveyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by deed of Ashford Spencer, dated August 24th, 1883, and recorded In said offlce In liber 87, pages 484-5. 12. All that certain piece or parcel of land situate at Nlenie aforesaid, con taining one-quarter of an acre, con veyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by Hanupa and wife, dated November 30th, 1891, and recorded in said office In liber 141, pages 379-80. 13. All that piece or parcel of land situate at NIenle aforesaid, containing an area of one-quarter of on acre, con veyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by deed of Hanupa and wife, dated Aug ust 24th, 1883, and recorded In said of fice In liber 87, pages 480-1. 14. All that certain piece or parcel of land situate on the north corner of Nuuanu avenue and Wyllle street, Ho nolulu aforesaid, containing an area of 786-1000 of an acre, described In R. P. 1995, L. C. A. 2286 to Kekapal. 15. All that certain piece or parcel of land situate on the makal side of Kuaklnl street, Honolulu aforesaid, conveyed to said J. K. Kaunamano by deed of Wong Ah Yung, dated Novem ber 8th, 1894, and recorded In said of fice in liber 152, pages 134-5. 16. All the right, title and Interest of said J, K. Kaunamano In and to that certain piece of land situate at Nala nahae, Hamakua aforesaid, containing an area of 44 acres, the same being the property owned by Kaholokalel, de ceased, of whom said J. K. Kaunama no claims to be tho sole heirs; suit on said claim being now pending. Terms of sale: Ten (10) per cent cash upon sale; balance upon execution of deed; deed at expense of purchaser. For further particulars apply to the undersigned. Dated Honolulu. Sept. 18th, 1902. J. LIGHTFOOT, 1 Administrator of the Estate of J, Kaunamano, deceased. I; ill II Fill J I ic THESE JARS HAVE BEEN ON THE MARKET FOR A NUMBER OF, YEARS, AND HAVE GIVEN THE BEST OF SATISFACTION. THEY, ARE A PERFECT SELF-SEALIN- JAR, ARE PRACTICALLY UN BREAKABLE, WILL EXCLUDE THE LIGHT AS WELL AS AIR, AND YOU CAN TELL IN ADVANCE WHETHER FRUIT WILL KEEP. TUB JAR CAN BE OPENED AND CLOSED BY A CHILD WITHOUT BURN ING OF FINGERS OR SCALDING OF HANDS. NO SLIVERS OF GLASS CAN GET INTO THE FRUIT. NO METAL COMES IN CONTACT WITH WITH THE FRUIT. NO CORROSIVE SUBSTANCE CAN GATHER IN THE LIDS OR THREADS OF THE JAR. THE MOST PERFECT SANI TARY JAR MADE. THESE JARS MAKE AN EXCELLENT CONTAINER FOR MILK AND BUTTER, AS THEY CAN BE PLACED IN THE RE FRIGERATOR AND THE CONTENTS OF THE JAR ARE ABSOLUTELY, PROTECTED FROM TAINT. ..jiitei Theo. H. Davies & Co. 5 XvIIVIII'KX) Hardware Department springs Crystal Springs Butter Is made In California's finest creamery and Is everywhere conceded to be the best In the market. Has that deli cacy of flavor that the richest pasture lands of the west produce. New shipment Just received on the Ventura, In perfect condition pure and sweet. Order from Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd Telephone Main 45 WON-& LOUI CO. Hotel street, near Smith. Sanitary Plumbers. Tinsmiths, and Sheet Iron Workers. Water Pipe and Gutter Work In all its branches. Orders filled with dispatch. 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