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EVENINQ DU1.1 trlN, HONOLULU. T. I!., TUnSDAY. THR I, IMS.
"An honest tale speeds best being' plainly
The Hasaajra Slice is constantly
making conversions from the old belief ttfat
a shoe must be made to order to fit properly
1 1 inn ; u.
Contains only 2 1-2 p.c. alcohol
s i one
OlIVE OIL SOAP (a very fine soap)
SUPE11BA (violet) FACE POWDER, TALCUM POWDER,
A FULL LINE OF HUDNUT'S PERFUMES.
Lewis & Co., Ltd.,
1C9 KING STREET. . TELEPHONE 240.
OPEW WITH A
NUUANU BELOW HOTEL STREET.
SMOKED HAMS ad BACON
Metropolitan leal Company. Lid,,
NEVERTHELESS you ca nbe served with the BEST
of everything in the eating and drinking line, in a dining
room especially set aside for ladies and gentlemen, at
New Lines of Tics, Belts
Smoking Jackets, Batii Robes Just In
BIG STOCK OF
THE ROYAL ANNEX,
Merchant & Nuuann
Hotel St. Store
OPP. YOUNG HOTEL.
HI I BOARD
Tells Of Proposed
A melius of the Hoard of lMucti
tlon was hold esterday aftoinoou al
lliu ounces of tlio Superintendent. Mur
ing tlio open session, at least, onl)
loutlne business was transacted and
no matter or any especial moment was
tnouglit up The Hoard went Into ex
ecutive fcesloii lufuro adjourning, to
ulscttss some matter which .Mrs. Dow
tett with an air of deep mystery said !
was no nutter Tor tlio newspapers.
Tim resignation of Miss Kaalianni.
Hie teacher at Kamalo, Mololtal, was
piebented liy Superintendent llabliltl
mil was incepted by the Hoard. The
matter of ihe appointment of a sue-
ceor went over to wait for the leport
of the school usent. Mr. Totlefton.
Miss McCorrlston applied for the po
dltlon, sajliiR she would take It pio
vidod tlie salary weio raided to $3", a
month. Hlmou K. Kalua was alsu a'
The Supeiliitendent read a letter,
sinned by a uiimbor of Hawaiian ami
Chinese, complalulne; of Mr. an Mr.
McOieKor, teachers at Hauula. The
complaints were that the McGreRoit
talk too much and too loudly, ejiunel
with one iiiuither, Insist too btroiiKly
cm the attendance of the children In
all sorts or weather, Uc. A letter
riom Mrs. Midri'Kiir was also read, in
which bIid claimed that the letter or
complaint was a piece of spite work,
and had been written by the niece of
the deputy slier I IT and tinned by the
Hawallatis and Chinese, who did not
know what they were hIkiHuk. Com
mlssloner Cardeii was rppointed a
committee of one to go with the school
agent to Hauula to Investigate the
A letter was read fiom Mis. Neal.
a teacher at Knpaa, requesting a r..ise
of Milan ftom $35 to S.Vi. Mis. Neal
stated that unless idle got the rulw,
she would resign. Cyril Smith, the
principal, nlbo seat a letter iccuni
incndlliB that the request be granted,
as he did nut know what eli-o could be
done, as no other teacher could be
I on ml at Kapaa, and there are no ac
commodatlons at that place for u new
teacher from outside.
Neither the Superintendent nor tin
Commissioners were In favor of grant
Ins the raise, both imx account or the
bad precedent It would create, and b
cnuso Mts. Neal had promised that
she would teach at Kapaa permanent
ly If glen $55. On the other hand,
It was admitted that Kapaa has had
a rough deal thin year in the matter
of teachers, and tlio Hoard was not
inclined to subject the place to the
Inconvenience of losing a teacher. It
was finally decided that the Superin
tendent should write, to the principal
anil tell him to Inform Mrs. Neal that
ihe Hoard expected her to stand lij
Acting on a suggestion made by let
ter by Mis. l'raser, principal of Kalti
lanl cchool, the Hoard passed a vcti
of thanks to Dr. lluinliam for her
faithful mill unrewarded services aj
medical examiner of the school.
The Superintendent announced that
he would appoint lessr3. Cardcn and
Williamson to ret on the Teachers'
Superintendent Babbitt announced
that ho had received an Invitation
from United States Commissioner of
Ldiicatlon K. K. Hi own to be present
at the Conference of State Supuilnten
dents of Public Instruction to be held
In WuElilngton, February 111, and srld
that timet nor Krer.r lias expressed t!.o
wish that ho should attend. Ho rc?d
tlio letter from Commissioner Hrovv.i.
Mr. Habbltt stated that he would leave
by the Korea thin week, and would bo
gone until about tlio middle of April.
Should occasion nrlso for any meet
ings of tlio Hoard, he had authorized
Commissioner Williamson to call the
members together anil to take charge.
During his absence, he said, lie In
tended to look Into several educational
matters In wiuous cities of the main
land Theie would Inrluilo the MassvJ
rlitiM-ttH sstem of medical I'.ihpecllon
in hcuooiH: scnooi saviiiKs natiKs: tno i
school city symein; Industrial eluca
tlon as developed at ClilcnK: tho ac
tual workitiK if travclltiK llbrailen, anil
the subject of the physical welfare of
bcliool children. Ho would also visit
tome of tlio bo3t schools In which ag
riculture, sowing, cookhiK. etc., mu
The Superlutcnilcnt announced that
the new High School bulldltu; was
well under way, and said that Con
tractor Chalmers had stated to him
that ho would be rendy for the corner
Mono layln? probably about tho first
of Miuch. This matter, ho said, la In
the hands of the Alumni Association!
Tho lady member tlnrti unnounced
In a tono of deep myotcry that she had
something to c3mmunlcato to tlio
Hoard which was not for tho newspa
pers. Superintendent Habbltt nsked
whether bIhi wished tho reporters to
withdraw, or would slio bo satisfied
with their pi online to say notliliiR of
tho matter In hand. Shu replied that
she wanted thim to wltluliaw, and
Tin eo arrests were made josterday
ip connection with the enptmo of the
iiJiderKround distillery by l-Vderal of
ficials on Satin day. They weio all of
lapaucge. HlRiika and wlfo and Ha
shlmoto aro the pet sous Commission i
ir Trunk I,. Hatch, after an oxamlna-l
linn, bound KBa. the .Japanese ar-
tested Satuiiluy, ami Hashimoto ovor
In tho United Stales Brand Jury. Their
bail was fixed at J 1000 each.
HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE
ilONOLULU. Feb. 4.1908
SAME OF STOCK
2 Brewer ft Co......
KA P.AIltKtiOtl O ....
Hiualiau Auric. Co....
I law Com ft Sup Co ..
IlfluAhau Su car Co ..
tlouomu Sugar Co .
Ifonoi.aa SujtnrCd . ..
Haiku Sunr Co
KaIiuIcli I'latitatlmi Cc
8 I 1
kipalitilL rvugar (,o.
Kultmhujfir Co ...
MiLIt)i1c Sugar Co .
OjIiu Sugar Co ...
Cm tinea Sucar Cn .
OokolaSufar Mn Co
Paaliitu Ml car PNnt Co
Pifit Sugar Mill ....
Tata riaitatloti Co ..i
l'trek) tsiittr Co..,
Tintieer Mill Co
Waialua Afrlc Cn....,
WVnVu Such Cn ..,
Waini&iiKluMit r Co,
Uninie Scir Mill Cn
Inter lanl Steam N Col
Hawaiian luert fr Co
Hon 1 T ft !. Co P-e
Moil K r ft I. Co Com
M'ltMAl Telriilnxie Co
Nahikii Ruliticr Co.,
Odliu R A I. Co
Ihlok ;Co ,
lloullft MCo ,
1 , 1 yt.
nn iTK .. .
I law Icr 4i c
Haw ler t pc
Haw Tir? ic
Haw Gov't c
Ca. llvtt Sux ft Rtf Co
ttalkuSittar Cot pc
Ham Wuh Co,
1 1 w Com ft Sn Co 5
Haw Sugar Co 4 ir
Ilil'iK KCo Con & pc
1 1 011 r. 1 u i.o ope
KhIidVu I' ant Co 6 p c
OatiuRft I. Co 6 pc.
Ualiu dtar Co 6 p c . .
O'aa hujr Co 6 pc...
I'aU iMaiitatlon Co ....
I'louear Mill Co 6 PC ..
Wa'alua j;rf' Co jpc!
wruijur jy in I DP
15 Odhn Sag Co.,
Latest cugar quotation 375 cents, or
$75 per ton.
LONDON BEETS. 9s li i-4d
SUGAR, - - 3,75
Honry Waterliousa Trust Co.,
Stock snd Bond Devilment
Me'iriDer Honolulu St.ck and Bond
WILLIAM WILLIAMSON .Maimer.
PORT AND MERCHANT ST8.
TEL. PRIVATE EXCHANGE 4.
The orchestra lb He Highest Inspira
tion of musical -fr,n i Great conum
Eltlons written fin th" piano usually
hail tlio oichestra In mini! ami orcliea
tr.il effects are stileil for Tlio or.
chestia is tinllmiieii Jn, Us tcope of
musical expiesslnn ami all lessor mm
leal Instruments, win tlicrln combina
tion or liiillvlilu.il, ii' e only, after all,
Imitators of mihk fiatures of tlio or
chestra. The orchestra. Hi. u, is an Institution
eery city shouhl lioisl of. In Hoy
ton, one man spends thousands of ilol
ilollais n year to kiep up tlie quality
uf the famous llo ton Symphony Or
chestra. The orchestra Klves con
certs contlniuil) but at no Hire luuo
C10 receipts pimeii nileqttato to meet
the cost of nialnt, it nice.
In Honolulu the Symphony Socletj
has niaintalneil a wry creditable or
K.mlzatlon lor some years. Their or
chestrfi In imiler the able illicctlou ol
Mr. Hode anil has Inipioveil wonilerful
ly since ho has coniluctcil It. Occa
sional concerts lime been filvon by
tho orchestra for the bmeflt of muslo
lowre who ilo not peifurin, ami tho
lecclpts over expi'iises 1110 used for
now nr.tslc and siuido other o.penses
necessary for the up Keep of Hie or
ganization. It behooves the uood people of Ho
tiolulii to show their .ippteclatlon of
tho concerts of the Honolulu Sym
phony Society In an enthusiastic at-ten-lance
anil In mi dolni? they will
not only recelw a treat ileal of benefit
Ihenibelves but eiiroiirano the mem-
bers ot the inchest ra to Kre.it er uf-
Tlio forthroinliiK concert of tlie
Symphony Otchestra at Illshop Hall,
1'iitichuu, will undoubtedly bo the best
over i;lo:i In this city and should bo
wry liberally p-monlzed. It nut onlj
includes a splendid program by the
firchostia llself but also beautiful so
prano solos h Mrs. Kahl and u
trained clioriu of inheil voices.
Hesened seat tickets for tills con
cert can be obi ilm-il at Wall, Nlcholi.
M. V. Prosser for plaintiff In the
suit to recoier ball bioiiKUt by former
Sheriff Ilronu ukhii l.re Chuck an 1
slxtj-soven otluis .jh allow id fifteen
uays to file u bili-f.
Is hoicby Riven that I havo this
da appointed and cmpoweicd Air.
John M. lliiRht to collect and le
telvo any and all monies due and
payable to II. M. I.llluokaliinl, of
tents or otherwise, and to sign le
celpls for same In my nanio as iiuer.t
for 11. M. l.lliiinkalatil.
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Ako' m." . 'u"".ll0' '" r,,cl r'"'
(Slsneil) JOS IC. ANA
Dated Honolulu, IV li
local km mmi
No housekcencr can afford to dc
without Bulletin Want Ads. at One
Cent a Word.
Kent rinnl.lln cars. Stkydn. StbU.
Phone 452 for a hack. Bethel
!St. Hack Co.
Mallnco at tho Orptieum every
Wednesday and Saturday.
KvciiltiR coats for tho University
Hall at Whitney H Marsirs.
Mts. J. 1). l'ais leturtied to her
homo at Kona lodaj In tho Mniin.i
You're all rlRht when you let C. I).
Walker build our launch, canoo.
T.iko your carriage or automobllo
lo llawntlan Cnrrlago Mnnfj. Co.. fur
Ladles' AuNlliarj, A. O. 11., Division
No. 1, will meet in O. II. U. hail nt 8
o'clock this evenhiR
v N'o pun Intended but there's a car
load of line Jewelry being practically
pi ven nwny nt Cailn's.
II. Tsiieiishluin, manager of the ,l.ii
.incse Chronicle, sailed today on ihu
sleainer Klnau for Hawaii.
liny your paper llowurs 'for the l-'loi
al I'.iradu at the Oardeii Party, at Mrs.
I'. J. l.owrey's on the IRth.
Cecil Ilnivvn was one of the out
going fiasHongoiB In the Klnau lodav
llu goes to Walmea for a vacation
The ense of 1'uther Valentin and
Hawaiian Ttust Co., trustees iin.lt i
tho will of John Kna, against Maria K
Kim was set for today.
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic "
You vlll bo surpilscd at Its unlln?
and preservative properties. California
Keed Co., agents.
Wo have everything that's good to
eat at our popular-pi Ico Cafe. And
vet thing Is the best. Alexander
Young Cafe, Young building.
Scciclary S. .N'agasavva ot th.- local
Japanese Cotisulato-Ccncral will leave
for Japan in Apill. He has been In
the service here for nine years.
The White Kamlly llotaty (lock and
I cuaiu smell) It tlio best he wins nui
I chine in tlio world. Denny & Co., Ltd.,
j agents, 1200, Tort street. Phone 48S.
I The way n man drosiA's Is the ni"ns-
llre of IiIk H(lr.llHtii.et Tin. miitirr
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dtess at n ball Is a good dress-siill or
Tuxedo. Alfied lienjamln & Co smIii
at Tlie Kash Co.
Mr and Mis. Harold It Ico, who have
been spending Ihelr honey moon In
the east, are expected to return b the
Mongolia and arti booked to leave for
Kauai by the Mlkaliala I'ebruaty (I.
Kiillet's Pure Protiared Paint co-m
10 per cent more than cheap pain .
looks 50 per cent better, anil la-t ,"
per cent longer. Lowers & Cook .
Ltd. Audits, 177 South King stieet
When death, fire, or accident nvii
takes ou. our policy is a hulplu).
tiauil to those dependent upon oj
but not the bund (if Chnrlty Think
about that. Hawaiian Ttust Co.. Ltd.
Tho exhibition bcliiR given- bj the
Kllohana Art l.eaguo of pictures, craft
'work, Jewelry, etc., will be open to
the public for two weeks. Tho holm
Die between It and 12 In tho moriilii .
I ami 1 and I In tho afternoon.
The case of Dllen Albertlna Pol)
I blank, ttustco, and others against Da
vid Kawnnnnako.i nud others was i
called vesterdaj. C. W. Ashford ap
I peired for defendant but thero was no
I appearance for plaintiff and the cast
I was set for Monday next.
The official board of the I'lrst Meth I
oillst Church held Its uiouthl) meittng
In the parsonage last night nud up
pointed various committees. Tlio old
couiniltteca rcnirln imchiiHged. All
the h"3 Is of various ilepartnients te
1 orted fnvotably on the condition ol
the chinch. Illshop David II. Mooie
lddtcsbcd the members In his usual i
I characteristic way. Ho advised them I
to carry and upread the gospul to thel,-1
Mlav men Itov. John W. Wriltu in j
spoke hopefully of the outsldo work m
ho found it when traveling with I!l"h
i i ft a- n n t a- 4- w i
f It it- li i? ff ii ii -H ii it H ii
Feb I. liins
Teinpei.ituies (! n. in., fi.'i; s a.
m , 71 ; in n. in., 71; noon, 70 ;
morning minimum, CI.
Il.uometer, S .1. in., .10.1)7; abso
lute humidity, S a, m, r.f:::l ginlmi
per cubic foot; telatlvo bum Id It. v. X
a. ui , 72 per cent.; dew point, 0,2.
Wind 0 a. in., velocity 1. dliec
llon H; S a. m velocity I, dliectlon
X; 10 a. in., velocity 10, dlreitlon
Nil; noon, velocity 8, dliectlon 81'.
Hainfall during 21 bonis ended
8 a. m , .Til inch.
Total wind movement dining 21
hours ended at noon, IC miles.
W.I. U. STOCKMAN.
jF.fc(lun Ulterior. II. S. Weathoi lliiienn.
REAL ESTATE THANSACTI0NS,
. Entered for Record Feb. 3, 1908,
from 10:30 a. in, to 4 p. in.
Charles Copp Jr and wf to I'ran
Cisco (i. Moiganho 1)
JL Waklta to M Molohlro IIS
Tient Trust Ct Ltd Tr to J K Ka
J Alfied Magoon to Agnes So.ues.Hel
Mary Aehl and hsb to Allen S Wall D
Pacific Sugar Mill to Dlsliop Trust
Co Ltd Tr Tr Mts
David Kama to Pioneer Mill Co I.til.L
Ahltia Anal ct al to Kaala Land
Co Ltd L
William It Castle and wf to Cntollue
D Westervolt D
Joseph K Knliolwal and wf to Ka
ala Land Co Ltd I)
Entered for Record Feb. A, 1903,
from 0 a. m. to 10 30 a. m.
P Muhaulu and wf to Sarah McAn
Oahu Hallway & Land Co el nl to
Julia A IMty AdtuVii of Tlt'c
ll'iiliita Kalelhennn et ill to Ano Ka
halui.iuolu .'. I)
if you Knew aii that we Know about the
way Hart Schaffner & Marx clothes
aic made, we couldn't sll you any other clothes; no
body could; jou wouldn't havo anything else.
Every time you see the name of Hart Schaffner &
Mars in a fjnrment, you know that it's all-wool; that
the style is correct: 'that the tailoring is as uood as it
can be. You know that emjthing about the clothes is
guaranteed to be right; aud that means that you shall
think it right; yonr salisfaction guaranteed, not ours or
Vc'd like to (jet you into Hart Schaftner & Mars
clothes this spring; it will bt aj good a thing for you as
ra ik'z rarrcjr&v
MM ft Pi M B AH SB BE K a
i u w u vaoiiuci
Elks' Sid., King near Fort
v t t? ita s y y "& yp mj sp
'Shojld sold acquaintincc be
( a a r, .v y t- te v. ? s c
C 5 a e vt vt so w & & v?
iiawaiian iron Fence
"EXT TO YOUNG BLDfl., '7-180
i pgdll Monuments.
WHV TAK CHANC38 ELSEWMErtS WMSN YOU CAN OFT A
NATIONAL CASH REGISTER
from us for- Ittu money And on eniy paymsmi, without Intereet, oi
liberal Hiccount for cath. There li no each rc;is'.r so absoiutol)
certain ill results aa a Natlotat. Evey National Is ouarantood as to
workmanship, durability and repairs.
WE ARC SOLE A3ENTS.
THE WATERHOUSE COMPANY
Lndlcs' Wa!t Pattern
One of AlcCiill'a S pecials
. T) Jam
9 E. W, Jordan &; Co., Xtd.
m m wwawnnwiwwinn iinwjt-l'n -i
Vt x ? t e? vp v X9 M & vs 9 1
i-t hctrc: dinna forrjet it down here.
Cr!l for it at the bar.
-x e o. a h o t 3. c a ns ev
va w o o t H? r v & w? v
and Monument Works
to make It up .ut
. -.pllEfMBMlMHKS iri'iti - 1.M-JSsiJjSit Ir'tMllrmBiiiHfiffHfi AvAt-L StfelWMMiMwiBfei j. . .