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WAV r"" r: W4V:T'.7 ff-1'!'-. , ,'!, r ' IsT i"1 ' . "r ij-'v- v l'r,iAT M. -. .w- la ilw " ' ( r . fr"ac r mrt '." j;a -r .lL3f,jM . . V-- S$i ''II .?- - SVEN1NU BULLETIN. HOHO'.OLU, T, It, TUESDAY. JULY 12, 1910. -I" ;j WPP .t. hi i . w. i i abt. -.1 -slri New Shipment ill .llil'j 'liVi onCarlos Olives 1 lH'i'.J ;''!' ... Villi .. " r ;;)) V '"lw -.I. . .! J 1.ifi iJUlilI.. rmest unves pacKea anvwnere in tne " world. Bottled in the following variety. " ' All size bottles. ;. Stuffed with Celery Stuffed with Almonds Stuffed with Sweet Peppers Pitted Plain Large Queen Olives . Also Ripe 'Olives in jars and in pint, quart and gallon tins Henry May & Co., Ltd., Leading Grocers Phone 22 IMMENSE CROWDS AT THE BIG SALE Store packed from morning until, night; and no won der, considerip" tbwonderful cuts in prices of everything.' Below we make mention of a few items to give you an idea of what we are doing. IADIES' WHITE WASH SILK PRINCESS GOWNS Beautifully trimmed, $30 reduced to $18: $35 reduced to $10,60. SIIK AND WOOL CREPE DRESS PATTERNS Beau tiful qualitv. Colors: Gray, Green, Brown and Navy. $10 reduced to $10.50. APPLIQUE LACES-White and Ecru. 20c. 25c, 35c, reduced to lOo a yard. Odd Pieces of Hand-Embroidered GRASS LINEN, very cheap, Neither time nor space will allow of our quoting prices on the' many thousands of articles we are offering at these Big Reductions, STORE WILL CLOSE AS USUAL AT 1 O'CLOCK ' SATURDAY Sachs' Dry Goods Co. Corner Fort and Beretania Streets Opposite Fire Station BOM in WORK PUBLIC Make Your Picnic Ideal By filling the lunch basket with HEINZ 57 VARIETIES of good things. Full assortment of HEINZ dainties just re ceived, such as INDIA RELISH. SWEET and DILL PIC KLES, BAKED BEANS TOMATO SOUP, TOMATO CAT SUP, APPLE BUTTER, etc. AsR Your Grocer For Them Reduction Sale For Four Weeks on Complete Hat Stock K, UYEDA 102B Nnnann fit. FIRST NIGHT OF "UK TWINS" "Ttio Thrco Twins," presented nt tlio New Orphcum to a fair Blzod house luHt evening proved a vehicle, by which several principals succeeded in Raining the npprobntlon of the mi uionce, by their rendition of pleasing vaudeville turns. Tho skit nlso afforded ample oppor tunity for a bevy of nine young ladle to display their charms of face and flguro when nt the chorus of most every Bong, they Rally tripped beforo tho footlights nnd added their mite to tho volume of hour. , There Is nothing In tho plot of "The Three Twins" that would cause a man Lto pass a sleepless night In solving us intricacies or louowing us in trigues. Of tho musical numbers Miss Maud Ilockwcll easily carried off tho hon ors of the evening. Miss l.aurn At kins proved n close second In n bid for tho bestowal of tho laurel wreath of approbation.. As the; "weeping widow" her grotesque costume aud clean cut comedy kept everybody In merry mood. The cast and musical numbers: General Stanhope, on Irrltablo old man Harry Oarrlty Tom Stanhope, heir to the general's nilllloiiB Cnrlcton Clinso Dick Winters Harry 8tunrt Harry Winters Leslie Stuart Ned Hastings Leslie Stuart Miss Somcr, tho glgglcr Mnudo Ilockwcll Kato Armltagc, Miss Howard's com panton Elsie Schuyler Mrs. Winters, tho weeping "VIIlow Laurel Atkins Reuben Hay, tho village, gossip ,. , . . . .Harris McQuIre "Uathlng Song" .....'. Vllma Steck and Chorus "Family Tree" Harry Oarrlty and Chorus "Southern Hose" .... Carlcton Chase "Tule of the Kangaroo" Maude Ilockwcll and Chorus "Bacarolo Ilag" -.. Elslo Schuyler and Chorus "Scandal" . . , Harris McGuIro and Chorus Duet "Next to Your Mother, Who Do You Lover Elsie Schuyler and Mr, Chase "Tho arcnadlcrs" Chorus "Mnybo It's n Boar. ...Kllso Schuyler If I Thought You Wouldn't Tell" Harry Stuart and Chorus "Fishing" Laurel Atkins "Medley of Southern Songs ,' Maudo Ilockwcll "Illlllken Man" and "Tho Ideal of My Dream". Olga Steck and Chorus Finale Ensemblo, During tho Intermission between acts ono and two Miss Ethel Canfleld, vlollniste virtuoso, will render tho Ninth Concerto Do Berlotl. ,! It. fbi 'PWI)0" f- I ', i Midsummer Specials For July n.i, i ' $5.00 r;. Beautifully Trimmed Hats, ;; ' t: "''J'" This is. a special pi ice for this salf Smart Sailors at - ' $1.50 to $2.50 ' ' A great red'acrion in price A Limited Number of Veils at , - $2.00 These are a particular bargain Dunn's Hat Shop Port Street just above Hotel (Continued frem Paje 1) divided, Into dlatilcta of severa schools and one supervising prlncl nnl bllng n supervisor for thu othci schools In tho district. This plan li in line with that adopted sclera jcurs ago In the public schools ol thO Philippines. Tho first of tho districts will he formed from tho schools of Kauai and N'llhau,' containing pcvcntrci. schools and slxty.iitnc teachers; tin second district will be Oahu, will, seventeen schools nnd forty-elghi tenchqrs, the supervision, to he In charge of tho superintendent, as slated by principal of the Normal School; third district will be Maul. Molokal and Initial; containing thlr ty-nine schools and eighty-two teachers; Hawaii Is dlvlde'd Into two districts, the fourth being Kast Ha waii, with twcnty-soveii Bchools am sixty teachers, and tho fifth being W'cst Hawaii, with .twenty-six schools and sixty-nine teachers, The Honolulu schools are cansld ercd by themselves iu tho central Izatlon scheme, and have been di vided as- follows, with the principal of the first group tho supervisor ol all: Kaahumanu, 14 teachers; Mnnoa. 1 teacher; Mollllll, 3 teachers; Wul klkl, 2 touchor. Itoyal, 19 teachers; I'ohuknlna, t teachers; Pauoa, 2 teachers. Central Grammar, teachers; Central Primary, 8 teachers. Knlulanl, 14 teachers; Kaultiwela, 9 teachers;; Maeniae, 4 teachers. Kallhl-waena, 10 teachers; Kallhl uka, 1 teacher; Moanaluu, 1 teach; er; Kalihl-kul, 1 teacher. Total, 13 teachers. In tho report of the secretary, the balance on hand. In tho npproprta Hon for teachers' salaries is shown to be $294,'S83.C8. Tho July and August payrolls will amount to ICO, 8D9.4G, which r will leavo a balanre on hand, August 31, of $3:U,02G.22. There are (lfty-throo teachers at present employed, who shall be en titled to increases amounting tr, $283.33 a month on September 1. Ily the plans now under considera tion tho department will bo able to save a total of $438 a month. In creased expenses necessitated by the supervising principals' salaried 'will come to $900 n 'month, which will leave $462 to be deducted from the payroll. This sum for ten months, added to the Increases necessitated by the Increased salailes of thu fifty-three teachers for the same time, forms an additional xpenBe to tho depart ment of '$7403.30.- The board has a surplus under Its appropriation amounting to 13,969.20, from wlif.-h Is to he deducted tho Increased ex penses, leaving $C51C,70. The hoard now estimates that with this assured surplus It can place ton more teachers, leaving n total surplus, over alt Increased ex penses, of $1S1C.70 at the time the appropriation expires. The entire meeting -Is reported to have been harmonious with tho ex ception of the appointment of a prin cipal for llolualoa school, the name of Mrs. Scott In this connection rais ing a vigorous protest fromiCoinnils sloner Mulr. She was not ap pointed. In his report submitted to the board, the superintendent suggested that the Legislature' bo requested to permit the Income derived from the work of the dins' Industrial school to go to the school, this Income amounting to about $200 yearly. All the revision of school laws anil other work of a llko nature was cur ried over to another meeting -of the hoard. ' More teachers are needed to prop erly curry on tho work of the schools, but there Is no money avail, able to employ more teachers than during the past year. Life cortlllcutcs and diplomas wore granted ns follows:. Miss F. K. llludt, a life diploma; Miss Allco Winter, a grammar grade certificate, on her credentials; Mrs. C. O, Ilottoi. a life certificate; Mrs. Ida Knight, a life diploma; Miss Katherlne Mc Intyre, a lite, .certificate; and Mr. Vincent, a life certificate. The com missioners also accepted tho certifi cate of Miss A. L. Arms. The fallowing "were denoted w holidays during which the schools are to close; ' Labor Day, if during school time; Thanksgiving, Washing ton's Illrthday, Rood Friday, Deco ration Day and Kaniehameha Day. The hollduys to he observed on the school premises aro Arbor Day, Liu- coin's Illrthday, May Day and Mag Day. Tho greater part of tho day was taken up In tho assignment of- teach ers, and tho following wero made: I.aupahochne J. V. Marclel, Mrs. J. V. Marclel, S. J. Muluo, Pohakupuka A, J. Ignuclo, Miss E, Macy, llakalau E. S, Cupellar, Miss Co- pellar, Miss Katy Sudler. Ilonomu A. V. Carvalho, Mlts Ivy Dordeu, Miss Louise K. Hal, I'aul Tailed, Miss M. Kamakalwl. Pepeekeo JIlus Gladys Itlckard, . 1 v In; I !ft i '-A ' i Mi ' m " Zz5J3 tf-TvJ IIP L 41 1 mm I L iV tB 3 Sji Out 'Clothing WE call your special attention to our CLOTHING, because we mak'e PLEASED CUSTOM . ERS. The reason for this is plain when you investigate and find the suits we are selling are superior in cut, workmanship, and material to any you have seen elsewhere. We want your trade, and in order to secure it we are willing to give you HIGHER GRADE CLOTHING for your money. Come and see our line. You will find us willing and pains taking, and you will surely be pleased. A ; "4 :i Miss K. I'IMwale, Miss M.' Mallerre.l Miss II. S. Otremba, Miss II. Wlkan der. I'apalkou Mrs. Emily Kwallko. Miss I. Yawell, Miss K. Desha, Miss Elizabeth lleen, Miss Annie Napier, Miss A. Carvalho. Haahca Mrs. II. Ludloff, Miss Edna Akau, Miss K. Osorlo. Kaiwiki W. .0. Alona, A, Wong Wal. . School F. A. Itlch Allen, Miss E. l'oin. Deyo, Miss II. Sever- Ama Mrs. Miss Hllo High mond, Mrs. J eroy. Miss L. ance. Special Mrs. J. T. Lewis. Hllo Union Miss Josephine Deyo, Miss Emma Akamu, Miss Stephanie Guard, Miss Lllluoe Hapal, Miss ILirrltit Hapal. Mrs. Annie Kal, Miss Allco West, Miss Esther Ly man, Miss Mury Deyo, ,Mlss E, I'or-' tor, Miss Clara Stone, Miss N. Mc Laln, Miss K. Trowbridge, Miss He. hecca Dohnenberg, Miss M. Pearco. Mt. View Mrs. M. Wakefield, Miss M. K. Nalllma, Miss A. P. Chung. Olaa Mrs. J. II. King Mrs, L. 8. MeslcU, Miss N. Daniels, Kdward Lindsay. Keatui Miss Ward, ,MrB. Holland, Miss" Helen Watson' Elvlu Soper. Pahoa James Kamakalwl, M. Miller. Kapoho Mrs. II. J, Lyman. Kauaea Mrs. Camphell. Kalapana Daniel Kalol, Pahala Mrs. Ella Q. l'eternian, draco Chang, Elizabeth' Chang; Kapapala Miss Emnia Lewis. Hllca-iH. E. Wilson. Mrs. K. Whlttlugtou. Honuapo M. Malukaua. Walohlnu Miss Ilertha He'll 'iay or, Miss Lily Auld, Miss Jennie Jones. Mllulii Abraham I'ohlua, Papa E. K. loua. Alae Siiinuel TK)iney, Miss E lona. Hookena Thomas N. Haae. Mrs. Katy M. Kaul, J. W. K. Wright. llonauiiau Uia K. Kauwe, Mrs. I.ydla Kuwewohl. Napoopoo J. Do S. Vlerra, Miss Sarah Kamauoha, ' KJona-waena Miss Data Darnos, Miss i LoutBe Molnecke. Miss Lily Atlierman, Francis K. Akana, iMIsi M. Logan, Mlsa AJIcp Pakiko. Keauhou Mrs. I),' tStorm, ' Kallua M. M, MUller. Honokohau M, K. Kauo, Ise 'I. Marcos. Kalaoa J, N. Koinomua, Miss (1. Muller, , , j Makalawena H. Komomua. ', PuakoOllver Laau. , Walmea Itobert Klhol, Mrs.. D Kokl. Kawalhao Miss E. Hell. Kahukonu Mrs. K. Llncoli. " Honolpu E. de Harne. Honomakau Miss Maude Wi'Qds, Mrs. II. C. Asutln, Miss Nora Kcawe, Miss Eliza Y. Atkins, Miss Itose Itnt coy. Miss Lucy Ifopa, Alnakea Miss J. Hamilton, Halawu Mrs. Clura w Tulloch. Miss Emily Kaohl, Miss J taste Ala meda, Miss Edith Dunn. I'ololu Mrs, Mary Moln'e. Makapala -MIbs Aoo AUIim, Mis, T. HusEcy, Miss Mltdrcd Kompter Wnlplo M, M. Kaaeh,uahlwl. Kukulhuele Abel Makekuii, l.timihuhu Mi I. llattlc I.. Suf- fery. Alnialoa John K. Kculoha, Miss Edith Hull. , . I'nnuhaii John A: Pcrrelda, Mrs ' Lottie Overend, M, A. Wan. Kaapahu David M, Lonohlwn, Frank Texelra. ' ," - Paauilo Eugene IJorncr, Tliomaa Nahlwa, Mrs. , T. .Najilwm.- Miss Oladys llalna. Mrs. Askew,,. Keclila Mrs. J, ll. Una. Maui and Molokai. Olowalu W. IC. Hoopll. Lahulna Mrs. Nora Uuiinon, Mlsa Tciitun Choy, Mrs. L. K. Furtudo, MIbs A. Hose. HonoUowal Mr. U. Hose.: Honokohau Miss Mary Oohter. Kahakuloa S. Kawuiaeu. Lnnul Alfred Mia. .Wal lire Mrs. Ella I., Austin, Miss Achoy Aim, John Hrown,- - Walluku E. E. Copelund, Mrs. rt.. L. McKay, Miss C. Scholtz, Miss II. Uummlns, Mlsi E. K. Wil.ox. Walkapu Miss 55. Rogers. Kahulul M. Kauhlmahu. I'uuneneMlss I. Ida Crickard, Miss M. C. Lulz, Mrs. A. V. Crockett Spreckelsville Mrs. L. A. Sabey, Mlsa M. Medclros, Miss M. Cum lutngs, , ,f Muknna Mrs. U Wilcox. htpalaU'ua Patrick Cockett. Klhol O. W. Uennlg. JCcahua rM, a. Anjo. Paln-r-W, C. Crook, Miss C. Do Limn, Mrs. Mary L. Simpson, Mlsi Florence Crozler, Miss Lizzie Kallno. Ilamakuapokp Mlsa M, E. Flem ing, MIbs Agnes Plcpcr. Haiku Henjamln Hrigiitwcll, Miss Susie Keakntia. Keokna D. Kapohaklmohewn, Mrs. D. Kapohaklmohewa, Manuel Carvalho, Kealuhou J. Vincent. "GENERAL'S DILEMMA" THURSDAY NIGHT "The General's Dilemma'' and not "The Uoheurnal" will follow "Tim Three Twins'' at tho Now Orplicum next Thursday night. Although the popularity oMho present bill would easily Justify i(s contluiinnco for tho balnnco of tho week the Orplicum management has decided to adhere to ; Its original plan nnd chungo the pro gram twice woekly. "The General's) Dilemma" is built especially for art ists who ran bIiow their versatilities In xeparato numbers and according to arrangement some splendid Items may , ho looked for. Miss ilockwcll will -again change her program of songs, while Miss Schuyler will do something lit the way of n novel specialty. Mlsa Steck, Miss Canfleld, MIbs Atkins, Harry Oiirlty, Harry Stuart and Har- "" rls McGuIre wll bo Included In the cast. The musical numbers have been provided for by Charles Justl. A Trust Company Is not affected by , death', cannot abscond. Is not entitled by law to any, exemptions, and each' Trust Fund Is kept hoparatc. There fore, select as your Executor tho Ha waiian Trust Company, Limited. The Big Closing Out Sale still going on at the . PARISIAN ART CO. .y Only a few days more Bargains on our entire stock Everything must be sold regard less of cost PARISIAN ART CO., ' Fort. Street Harrison Bid , i 1 -IflislMftiilftiifift JfcttA&iH -'