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.......cr ntiuiiivim, HUMJLU1.U, T. II, SATURDAY, FED 24, 1906.
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MASONIC TEMPLE
WEEKLY CALENDAR.
MOMUV
Leahl Chapter Regular,
TUUHDAV
Lei Aloha Special Meeting.
WHDNHSDAV
Hawaiian Officers' Practice.
TMUHHDAY
PPIDAY
amehameha Lodae of Perfee-
V Ion Election and Installation
umcers,
NATUHDAY
All visiting members of tfcn
ider are cordially Invited to at
Und meetings of local lodges.
rfARMONY LODOE, No. 3, I. 0. O. F.
Mteta every Monday evening; at 7:30
I O O. F Hall. Fort street,
r. It HENDRY. Secretary
ELMER E. SCHWARZUERO, X 0
Alt visiting brothers very cordially
tmvltrd.
MY8TIC I OD3E, No. 2, K. of P.
Meets every Tuesday evening at
MO o'clock In K. of P. Hall. King
street. Visiting brothers cordially In
"Mod to attend.
Q. H BEHREY, C C.
F. WALDRON, K RS.
, OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K of P.
Miets every Friday evening at
C P. Hall. King street, at 7.30. Mem
bers of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wm. Mo
Klsley Lodge. No 8, and visiting
kroUers cordially Invited.
General Business.
C M WHITE, C. C.
E M COLEMAN, K.R.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 618, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. 616, B. P. O. E.,
rill meet In their new hall, on Miller
u Beretanla streets, every Friday
venlng.
By order of the E. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
Secretary.
OKO. H. ANGUS, F..R.
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No, 8, K.of P.
Meets eery Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
rtrett Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to attend.
M M JOHNSON. CC.
E A. JACOBSON, K.R.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets nn th ?n,l nn.l Jlh U'PTIVI'C
DAY evenings of each month at 7 SO
ui-juih in i oi i- nan, iwg street.
Visiting Eagles are lnlted to at
tend.
SAM McKEAOt'E. W P.
II. T. MOORE. W Sey.
'HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
KAMEHAMEHA.
Meets every drat and third THURS
OAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Odd Fellows' Building, Fort Street, at
T:30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
U desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
N. FERNANDEZ,
Kuaubau,
tO'JT.T CAMOE8 No. 8110, A. O. F.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
ch month at 7:30 p. m., In San An
trnlo Hall, Vineyard street
Visiting brothers cordially invited
attend.
A K. VIERRA. C. R ,
JOHN P. DIAS, F.S.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY ot each month, In I. 0. F,
Hall.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
attend.
V C McCOY. Sachem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
3293 tf
TELEPHONE 35.
t BISMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
WAILUKU, MAUI.
l, ' TELEPHONE 226.
dlSMARK BRANCH STABLES
LAHAINA, MAUI.
i. Hacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad-
' fie Ilorses on short notice.
i Carriages meet all steamers. Com
tent drivers, reasonable rates, new
f vehicles and live stock.
jBr-uFor Rent" cards on sale at
fie Bulletin office.
jsjaf Fine Job Printing at the Bui'
Jetlrf office.
IIKjrxss
WHITE HORSE
BRIDGE
WHIST
SCORERS
GIVEN AWAY
FREE
Hoffschlaeger & Co.,
LIMITED
KING AND BETHEL ST8.
Uexander & Baldwin
L1MITCO.
i. , COOKE Msnsgsr
OPPICER8.
if. F. Baldwin President
J. B. Castle Vice President
W. M. Alexander... Second Vice Pres.
L. T. Peck Third Vice Pres,
J. Waterhouse Treasurer
E. E Paxton Secretary
W. O. Smith Director
SUGAR FACI03S,
COMMISSION MERGHAN1S and
INSURANGE AGENTS
Agcnti for
Hawaiian Commercial 4 Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Company,
Pala Plantation.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company.
Hateakala Ranch Company.
Another Shipment of
MONUMENTS
JU8T RECEIVED
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST., .
BY J. C. AXTELL A CO.,
P. O, BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULl
GAMARA & CO.,
LIQUOR DEALERS.
QUEEN AND ALAKEA STREETS,
TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city,
Electric Flash Liehfs
ALL 8IZE3.
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union St nr. Hotel
Alexander Voting Hotel
Absolutely Ore-proof, finest cul
slno, elegantly furnished and the
best of service.
NOAH W. QRAY Manager
Honolulu, T. H.
VJ.JWArfVAJVjH. AAAjftl
CLEANING and DYEING
Wi art now miking a irrclitty ol the
alovt wurk ' ' j
SOdinidi; oiBdlll LdUHUiy, J
Phone ftlnln 73 ' J
lW"W"B"B"H"WWyWW'S
Best Meal In Town
CALIFORNIA RE8TAURANT
ON HOTEL ST. near NUUANU.
OPEN ALL NIQHT.
T. ODA, Manager.
Special Reduction Sale
VERY CHEAP, DIQ LOT OOLF
SHIRTS, All Kinds Furnishing Ooods
C. K. CHOW & CO.,
Cor. King and River, near Bridge
Wing Wo Tai & Co.
OEALERS IN IMPORTED GENERAL
MERCHANDISE.
Unique Articles of All Kinds.
941 NUUANU 8TREET.
Tel. Main 265. P. O, Dox 94t
Fine Job Printing at To Bulletin
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Autos 'or hire at Tor. Stables.
Lulted's Tnro Hour for sale by Hen
r) May & Co and C. J. Day & Co
Ocnernl clearance Rale nt Whltnev &.
Manli s begins next Tliurmln) March
1st
llcorge Watt, mnnager of Hie llnnc
plantation store, returned to Maul )es
terdav Some da cvcrone will drink
Knlnler liver' ever) body that tries
It likes It.
Neatly furnished room at the Pop
ular II, $1 f0 and (2 per week. 124D
Tort street
The band pla)s this nfternoon nt
the huotb-ill games nml Sunda) nftcr
noon at the Cnjillol grounds
V E Hodges, Oenernl Passenger
Apnnt nf Ihn tnntn Va .Qletpm iYltirtH
io visit Hawaii shortly, on n pleasure er lhe rn01 approved methods, and,
,r','' .. . .... i. . : ..,.. i. I..II.H ibck of all, we have adequate know!
Coat our Iron roofs with Arabic ' ' n
on will bo surprised nt Its cooling and. edge of the eye and Its needs.
preservative properties. California .
I ceil Co , agents '
Preparations are being made for n
celebration of the slhcr wcddlnc an
niversary of the German Knlser ant,
the Knlscrtn, on the -iili
When ou lire planning n new home
one of jour first considerations should'
be the plumbing lime W J England
Co plan this feature for )ou
ou are cordially Invited to attend
the sen Ice of the Gospel Mission, 17 1
Wnvorloy block. Hotel street at 8 p
in. I'lcnse come and bring a friend ;
Or Doremtis Sciidder will speak to
mn Snn.l.ii l 1 3D In A.anHnflfin
Unit Moml.or. nn.l .tnncm nr.i
equull) welcome Supper follows nt
JO
ti. ..irt. ..r e, ...i..o.. ii-inr.. ,. 111
.. . .,,.. ..ii.i iii.iin-
I'urviii i v vpi.ii.iiii, iiii siiiiiir
Hoods Rescue, this evening nt 8
odock PriKfo.ls for the Junior Aux-
lllary
All loers of the grand gamo ot
bridge whist will bo pleased io know
that the limy secure nlvn bridge stor
ers tree f chntgo nt Hoffschlaeger
r 1
" .. -.
Central I'nlon Cliiirrh. Tho pastor,
n. , m i.- i.i n ii ..in
preach In the morning nn "The Light
lerlnstlng." and In the evening on
( inrnolor '
The Knuluwela Dclmtlng Club met
lastnlRht nml elected llernard Kele-
lm .i.i.. .ii.i. ,i..
nre hie n K vVflu Jr ccron Vv ami
M Correa. treasurer
W a Allnn rnn.,.,ll ,!, Ur,.
Flour Co in 'the Orient, n passenger
;,.. .ZiJ, ..it.
bojeott hns given Amerlcnn trade u
i.--. ( !. tf I at .
knockout blow In China
i.ey to., nave arraiigoii 10 recene
regular shipments of snapper from the
,,..., " :, . .L
be placed with the assurance that they
.,, ,,c iu.. i7 u,,
Sugar awaiting shipment on Kauai
IS aS IOIIOWS K H M 3,000. K
1.000. Dlnmond W 100. O & R. 2.200,
M A K 20.078 Mel) 21.019. K. P
5.000 I. P l..r,S0, II M 5,122.
Sec a Ilea, ride In a Reo. buy n Reo
A Reo car Is a winner at every poln
of tho rnclrw game and hns them nil
I,.n (n. Hill an..,,, I ,,.,. n..,l ,,rl.n
Von Hnrnm Young C.'.. solo agents
ti... n, i.i ' .ii " 1 n
The Oregon girls nre doing good Ha-
ITe) ar'slmuVonTc 'T.'
lecture, on Hawaii on the mainland
nf rn,u..m.uo..r .,... ..I r, i.iw
wear Also the ver) latest mid (lain
tlest work fabrics for summer dresses,
W A Wnnn. district miporintendi'tit
or the Mutual .If.. Insurance Company vvhlih he Intends In rolled nnd use as
of New orl,, I read) for business l:il Kupply to the projected Pacific M la
bia oinies over Trent & Co Ills nd,unarv Instlmtn 1.nn,l Pnmtnlimlnii.
011 page 4 today contains much vulu-
au'e iniormaiion
The regular meeting of the (lulld
and Woman's Auxiliary of St An-
drew s Cathedral brunch, will be held
on Mondn) afternoon, l'eb 2t,th. nt CatefulnesK Is neiessary to the lni)
half past two nt tho residence of Mrs er with moderate means The (llobe
Knior) i:mmu street, ojiposlte the Clothing Co know this nnd n custom-
Royal school full iittendance hi er Is shown the sanm tourtes) whin
specially requested us the seml-nnnuiil he mines back the third or fourth
collection of mlto boxes for the united time "to look' ns when he goes lu the
offering will be made first time
Are You Going
Ifo, jou will do it with the intention
of improving upon prcicnt ronduiom. Our
prt ii to intercit you in our
miliary equipment.
Many families pay out j early for doctor bi!!, due to liclmess
caujed by the deadly tevvcr gaei which enter the home on
account of poor ard defective plumbing, more than the difference
between the cost of the chcapcit and the bevt work.
You cannot have too many ufeguanii for the health and
8)
S
mzr.
r-S-3
W. J ENGLAND CO.
PHONE MAIN 323.
Eyes
Examined
may mean something for you or It may
mean nothing; It depends upon the
skill, knowledge, and fitness of the
examiner.
Our examinations are conducted aft-
A. N. 8ANF0RD
Optician
Boston Oulldlng, Fort BL,
over May A. Co.
(1.i.i.j p,.
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..
ENDOR8E8 THE BOYCOTT
Peking. Feb 23 - Wll Tltlg Katlg In
Bn Interview has indorsed the bo
tott.
Wii Tine Fang regarded as one of
the most progressive of tho modern
-nit . t
S' '?WiJ' ' ". tho
, "" , ' . .'' l" "" '""-" "
from 1888 to 1902
MONEY FOR SUfFERERS
Now York, Feb 23 Twenty four
'''"" unu nine i-.niecii.-ii
L1"" for ,1,e Jni'm"1"" r'"ln-' ""for-
tnnusnnd dollara lime been collected
".
Dull IDDIMC TADirr nil I
,,', r. . v. . . -.
Wnshlngton. I eli 23 The Senate
Committee has con. ludedth,. hearings
""J,1!" ' !l,,iPpl.no ,n!;"r.,,,l".. . ,.
' "" "" I" "' " """- II
"".' a,'??! '." ''"' '!"' "" "ll?:
'" i i , . ""V.
free trndo In most other products.
D"RN8. QEJ8 DECISION,
, "? nc'!S. .;?r!!. "?..
" ' ilf-tinmii ut- 11.11 I ill mv
..""S1"? ""l
viancu UT utu r tit
r"Mo- ''cu' 2S-A nre In the town
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tm.i...i ....,.,..,. 1 111...1
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,wak'0n the east coast of Jana The
population is auout liuou
qd AOE PENSIONS
,,,, Kcb 23. Tho Chamber of
Deputies has passed the working men's
....nulnn KIM
Knslgn Resale Ilavnes, who has been
&hnVton A my for over two )
w ,ay K00(,byo t0 ,ler oIdcr
,, ,r ' , '..
in charge, ot the local turps of the
cars
and
" """ """ ' "" 'b"'i "I O UU
clock.
"' ' ."' 0 ' " 'V"" "",1
mm streets. Adjutant and Mrs. Hi
mi-
?."""''. V"'."i',i"u ",."" " "u"
- " & a,
, j yl " 3. "u.mfi-.,
, l'a8 meeting tonight m S o'clock
A. I". Cooke has filed a petition with
the Commissioner of Water Rights foi
nil IllA nnlnr In liiinnr Pfitul.i Vntl.ii.
ur i,ntt la() referred the matter to
,10 Attorne) Oeneral ns the Palolo
nett'era and others are auppoteil to
have gomo rights tto this water,
to Remodel?
ability to improve and perfect )our
happineii of yourself
and family. Of these
ufeguards, the sani
tary ccju'pment of your
home is unquestionably
the most important and
ran be securely trusted
to ui.
Wc do but one Mnd
of vvod the best
and use the famous
Standard" Porcelain
iiiiiirerimpji
TpV Fnamelcd Ware, every
piece of w hich is guar
anteed by the manu
facturers to be strictly
first quality. I-ct's talk
it over.
121 HOTEL 8TREET.
May Cut Out Janitors
In Order To
Pay For New Teachers
BOARD WILL ASK COUNTY TO ASSIST
Shall the new schools which are be the figures above Is drawn almost to,
Ing provided In Honolulu go without nd In one case over, Its monthly pro
sufficient teachers or shall the old "J,,., cvf,0B Ehb!
schools go without Janitors This was ln gpI)0rl ot lhe 118aert(m that sal-
the main quetton dlscutsed at the dries nre all too small, 1 beg to sub.
inciting of the Hoard of lMucntlon cs-
tcrdny Economy was necessary said
Sillier ntemlnnt Ilnlilillt The facts OI
the situation be set forth In detail In
the following letter;
To the Commissioners of Public In
struction, Honolulu.
Ladles and Gentlemen. The last
Legislature appropriated JuuO.UOO under
the heading "Payroll, Support of
Schools" for the biennial period ending
June 30, 1907. K10111 this appropria
tion must come all salnrlcs paid the
teachers In the various schools, truant
officers, Janitors and the office force
of the department aside from the Su
perintendent, Secretary, Assistant Sec
rctary and the Stenographer and Hook
Clerk.
Monthly Pro Rata.
The amount $550,000 divided pro
rata, entitles us to draw upon the ap
propriation' 122.91G.C7 a month. Any
thing drawn over that rcducts the
available balance for the remainder of
the biennial period Tho payrolls for
November approximately equaled the
monthly pro rata. For December the
monthly pro rata wns overdrawn by
$13 79. thus necessitating a reduction
in expenses and this was accompllshul
b) ri-dmlng the forte In two schools
from four to three and three to two
Unchers rcspeitlvel) nnd ulso diminu
tion of silarlei paid to some substi
tute fur regular Umbers. II) this
means there was obtiilnid n balance
of JllCfil on the credit side. The
Kebrunr) bilume will Lu tousldirabl)
smaller
Teachers Needed.
More and better teachers nre con
stantly In demand and, with present
lontiniplaled building operations com
pleted, not less than 10 teachers will
lie mided With our present pro rata
nnd snlnr) list, it Is going to be Im
possible to supply them nod the ques
tion suggests Itself How shall we ar
range to get more teachers?
That the present force Is exceeding!)
poorly paid Is admitted without niRii
ment. That as a whole they are doing
their work vvllllngl) and well, under
tho meagre salaries, Is cheerfully
grunted. And )it the fact stares 114
lu the face that wu need more teach-
crs as well as better ones and that
there nre no funds with which to pay
them under tho present arrangements,
I As the salaries paid the teachers In
the Bummer vacation aro variable,
lowing to their length of service, there
lis alwa)s something saved from thel
I .1.1.. . ...1- ... . I
mummy iiu rum unu huh uiiiuucu iu-(iuv vuhuiuuiib teeum 10 me remurK
gcther with the balances of the ono able, nnd that teachers are willing to
or two months of the school tear put In the energy nnd effort they do
amounts to $1,769.38 which can bo up-
piled nt thu beginning of the next
school jeur for salaries of teachers,
(It docs not seem wise to draw on this
I balance until we sec exactly lion we
jure coming out.
Make Teachers Sweep.
The only solution tbut presents II-
aelf Is to reduce or wholly cut off the
Janitors In the vnrlous schools ln the
I district of Honolulu This unqiics-
uonuuiy means un added iiurdcn on
the teachers nnd It may be an open
question whether It Is n wise method,
Wo are ut the present time employ -
Ing
2 Janitors. Kniiliiimanu School $55 00
ll Janitor, Poliukiilna and Kuwiil-
nliao 25.00 f tho biennial period $J5tiO which
1 Janitor. Kuukopiia 20 00 umouiit could be applied In obtaining
1 Janitor. Muemno 10 uO new teachers
1 Jnnltui, Kutiliiuclu 2500 While the loss of Jnnltors in theory
2 Junltois. Knliilunl 5500 plates the work on the children. In
.1 Janitors. Normal C5O0 reality It makes additional work foi
J Janitors, High 56 00 'the teacher It would seem, however,
2 Janitors, Ilo)al 60.00 that under such financial dlltlcultles nj
1 Janitor Kulllilwuena 12iU o exist, loyally to the schools on
making u total of $372.60 per month for j the part of the children who nre re
Janitors for ten of the schools in thu cilving much for little might, be count,
district or Honolulu or n total for the cd on to tohe the dlilkulty.
biennial period $8940 for these, ten Ho- Tho fuither carr)lng out of tho Bug
nululii schools while outBlde of Hono-'gestloii would be that the Janitors who
lulu, so fur us I know, there Is but nre retained Bhould do all the heavy
one Janitor emplo)ed, namely at Hllo, work ut the schools mentioned anil
who bus charge of four different school I Bhould nlso assist In the other schools.
buildings ut a salarv of $30 ucr month
It has been argued that the condi
tions of tho buildings nnd tho char
acter of the students differ from the
outl)lug districts. That If this extra
work bo Imposed upon the children,
their parents will ask for their release
from school or transfer to different
schools where they will not be obliged
to work The argument has nlso been
advanced that the teachers are so
poorl) paid now that we have no;
moral right to ask more of them
draining that this lust argument has
tunio force, the fnct remains that tho
Honolulu teachers us a whole nre bet
let- paid than those In thu outl)inu
dl8tilcts and this work has been ex
pelled of them whereas It has not been
lequlied of thoso In Honolulu,
The matter practically resolves It
self Into the question of teachers or
Junltois We need more teachers We
hnve no money to pa) for them un
less we leiluce or dispense with the
lanltor set vice
Error of Teachers,
Theie Is unions: some, and I fear
among ninny, of the teachers n feel
ing that If the department can furnish
material for manual training work,
school supplies, lings, etc., that thut
money inlMit be used to pay the teach
ers better sahules They do not re
ullze tho fact that the amounts ex
pended for these vurlous things are
under specific appropriations by the
Legislature, und that the department
has not the power to cjlvcrt money
from ono appropriation to another.
The only one from which wo can
pay teachers, Janitors, 'etc.. Is the ap
propriation "Payroll, Support of
Schools" and this, as I have shown In
mlt the following tnblc of teachers
salurles:
o.
Salary
Tiacheis. Per Month
2 $ 1000
15 00
20 00
25.00
28 00
30 00
35.00
37.50
K 4000
04
14
42 50
44 00
45 00
4
33
11
1C
7
12
25
1
12
9
1
5
2i
4
48 00
50 00
52 00
65 00
66 00
CO 00
C5.00
CC.50
70 00
72 00
7S00
80.00
83 3J
90 00
1
15 100 00
2 11000
2 12000
0 1G0.00
1 17500
2 20000
434 total number of teachers.
Xrom this )ou will see that there nre
No. Salary
Tmchers. Per Month
Less Than
$ 30.00
40.00
50 00
GOOD
70.00
8000
90 00
90 00
11000
120.00
1C0 00
175 00
20000
44
6C
171
50
28
15
S2
i
1
1
I
1
Three hundred nnd fifty-nine out ot
435 teachers recehe less than $70 00 a
' month. Over C2 per cent receive less
I than $50 00 u month. Over 22 per cent
'recclvo lees than $40 00 n month. More
than 10 percent receive less than $30 00
a inontti.
Remarkable Showlna
That wu can get touchers at all under
!.... It., . ..
undir thcie conditions la still mora
remark iblc, and only the absolute need
of more teachers to properly onerutu
more schools would make the follow-
Ing suggestion In any way pardonable
IMake Teachers Work.
The suggestion la that the force of
Janitors In Honolulu schools be lu some
cases greatly 1 educed and In other
cases entirely tut off. The plan I
herewith submit Is that one Janitor
tatii nc leu Knuiiiimanu, Kalulanl,
Normal. High and Ro)al schools and
helpers ut the Pohiiknlna. Kuakopuu,
, Mnemne, Kauluwclu unci Kullblwaina
schools ut 11 salary or $160 per mouth
for nil That would net us a savlnu
of $222 50 per month or for the balance
Thnt on Saturdu)s prisoners should be
sent by tho High Sheriff for tho moro
thorough cleaning nnd scrubbing wurk
With such uld the work of the clill-
dren should be neither very extensive
nor onerous
I'b's matter Is respectfully submitted
to tho board for consideration,
ISgd ) W. II.UAHIIITT,
1 Superintendent of Public Instruction
I The reading of the letter wns foi-
lowed b) a lengthy discussion
Karrlngton asked Hubbltt If he had
thought or asking tho County Super
visors to provide Janitors.
Uabbltt snld he did not think the)
would grant ' They would say it
was not under them He hud spoken
to several of them
l'arrlugton said thut tho demand
would be reached by the paicnta Ths
County bad surplus nionej The mat
ter should be presented to the Super
visors at a meeting und not by can
vassing Al thought It would do no harm to
ask.
liabbltt said he was glud to receive
suggestions It was n hard question
It was well to go Into the matter fully,
since much comment hud been mnda
emanating from ignorance or the real
facts.
Von Holt favored the making of tho
request. He hated to saddle the teach
ers with more burdens. It would be
well to build schools, even If teachers
could not be provided for. Tho empty
buildings would stand as such wit
nesses for the legislature to contem
plate. Uabbltt said the cutting of the Jani
tors would not amount to much. At
torney General Peters bad promised to
help out the Department by trjIriK to
secure prison labor to assist In slIkkI
cleaning.
Knrrlngton said It would neverthe
less mean more work for tho teachets.
Von Holt said that It might bo a sooit
plan to nit out tho Janitors ami ar
range with older pupils to look after
the schools for 11 small remunerate utu
Babbitt said this plan had been sug
gested by teachers nnd might ptore a
feasible one
Von Holt thought It best to leave
the Jnnltors nnd let the empty now
schools be mute witnesses,
"What about the children who can
not go to school then?" asked Mrs.
Wilcox.
"That Is not our fault," said Voa
Holt.
I'lirrlugton said dispensing with the
Janitors would mean additional work
the teachers, which was hardly fair.
Babbitt said the country teachers
had to look out for their school, so
those In Honolulu might also do so
l'nrrlngton snld that thu buildings
In the country were quite different,
from the big oens on Oahu
Von Holt snld he could not look a
teacher In the face If they were Im
posed on more than bad been the cns?
already. A teacher was paid for teach
ing, and the Board loutil nut ndd other
duties.
Karrlngton said tho problem was dif
ferent according to the size and loca
tion of the schools. In thu largo,
bchools the Janitor's task was a blK
one.
Von Holt moved that Babbitt's Mtr
be forwarded to the Supervisors with
the necessary comment, with a request
that tho County pay for the Janitors
"If juu had the money would )ou
cut down the present force of Janitors.
Do )ou feel ou need them all?" asked
Karrlngton
"1 certainly do," said Babbitt
Von Holt added to Ills motion tint
action on Babbitt's repotl be deferred
until next meeting and the motion
passed as amended.
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Will il (01 II'. Ill:
No verification has )et been mad a
oftho report recently in clrculo' un
about Honolulu to the effect tbut tho
Dollar Line will run its ships Into this
port for the purpose or taking laborers
to Seattle, but n mnn who Is familial'
with tho work ot the compan) said,
on coming down from Sau I'randscu
on the Sherman, that It could not bo
true ns the company has charters fur
too many foreign ports to admit, ot
Its gaining one for this place.
The company has recently been add
ing to the ships ur Its line. tl.e latent
addition being the freight steamer
llessle Dollar. This vessel Is describ
ed In the following Item published In
the San Francisco Chronicle, Pebruary
16:
ARer a rust trip or sixty days from
Antwerp, the now freight steamer
Hcsste Dollar, built at Port Glasgow for
tho Dollar Steamship Company ot this
city, nrrlvcd at noon jestordny, under
command of Captain Qow, and laden
with a enrgo or 5975 tons or freight.
of which more than 6000 tons Is
ment. The steamer went to Oakland
to discharge tho greater part of her
cargo
The llesslo Dollar Is almost an ex
act duplicate of tho Hazel Dollar, which)
arrived 011 this coast from Port (Hug
gow a few months ago and has sluca
, been engaged In the lumber trade Be
tween Pugct sound und the Astutla
coast In 11II respects the vessel is nn
up-to-date freight stiamcr, well ar.
ranged Inside as well as attractive on
the oxterlor Captain Gow reports
thnt tho trip from Kuropo wus In gcxxt
weather throughout, nnd even In th
fctralts of Magellan it wns not neces
sary to uuchor The onl) stops vvero
at St Vincent and Coronel
SATURDAYTIIE DAY
Cincinnati, Ohio, Pcb. 11 Wong
Pong, former secretary of the Six Com
panies In San I'mnclsco, who Is visit
ing In this city, today said the Ikjxer
trouble in China wus about to culiul
nnto In tho greatest massacre ot mod
ern times. He Issued the rolloulnit
warning to several Amerlcnn friends
tonight, telegraphing It to Seattle, Los
Angeles und San Krnnclsco:
"Tho blow Is about to fall Cable
warnings to friends to leave China at
once. Tell them to seek the protectlou
or Germany temporarily and to get out
of the country before February 21 " 1
Pong Is visiting Ah I.00 Wal. tb
wealthiest member of the local Chlucso
colony. ARer the messnges were sent.
be explained their purport as follow a:
"I received word this morning tbut
nn order hud been sent out to the sub
ordinate circles of the Chinese Reform
Association to throw oft nil foreign ele
ments In our country, starting Kebru
nry 23 The association Is ostensibly
patriotic "
NO PA5SJOTILEGES
Wushlnglon, Kcb 8 Senutor La
Kollctto today Introduced n bill pro
hibiting I'ederul olllclals from uskluii
for or accepting railroad or othei
passes nnd prohibiting railroads from
granting them. It Imposes penalties
for violations of the law.
Tho bill forbids nil persons and cor
porations giving freo passes ur grant
Io nny political committee, ni Its em
ployes; to any candidate or any of
fice under tho constitution or laws or
the United States, or to any holder ot
sueh nn offlco. The bill forbids passes,
franks or privileges being Issued to any
person which nre withheld from auy
other person for "the traveling accom
modation or transportation or any per
son or property or the transmission of
any message or communication,"
The punishment for violations of thu
bill Is "Imprisonment nt hard labor for
not more than five yeara nor less thun
one year or by a fine not exceeding
$5000 nor less than $100."
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