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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1911.
Notification Is Issued By De
partment of Edu
cation. Tim followlnc notification on tho
))lniiB for tho summer school linn been
IbsuO( by the Department of l'ubllr
"Tlio department of public Instruc
tion of tlio Territory of Hawaii has
ni ranged to conduct a Rummer, school j
In tlio Territorial Norman School In I
Honolulu for tho purpose of Improving
tlio members of Its teaching force, and
other ellglblo persons, who wish to
tnko tho examinations required for
teachers' certificates. This Bchool
will also give such other Instruction
as will train fur prlnclpalehlp.
"Tho summer school is to bo con
ducted for a period of bIx weeks dur
liiK the months of July and August
next. The present spring term closes
Juno 2.1, and tho summer school will
begin July 5, continuing to August 15.
The regular examinations offered
yearly by tho department will bo licld
on Wednesday, Thursday nnd Frldav,
August lfi, 17 nnd 18 respectively.
This arrangement leaves a period of
four weeks' vacation for tho teachers
In which they may rest and get set
tled In their assigned places boforo
tho beginning of tho next school year
which has been set for September 18,
"No tuition fee will bo charged. All
trachcis who nro In tlio employ of
tho department or who have been cm
ployed nB teachers may bo admitted.
Candidates must bo eighteen jears of
"Candidates will be examined anil
rortlncatcs granted under the new
Miles of tho department. Those at
tending the summer school will ho
given credit for their class record In
tlio final examination.
"Last jear tho summer school was
organized by tho department of pub
lic Instruction and supixirted finan
cially by a number of our citizens
tlnoiighout tho Territory. Theso peo
ple lecoqulzod thb need or Improve
ment In our public school system nnd
coopciatcd with tlio department in
making tho first stop a succcsb; 112
persons successfully passed tho ex
nniluntlon and wero granted certifi
cates. Wo bcllovo that progresslvo
niovo on tho part of tho teachers had
1 much to do with tlio legislature glvlnt:
the public schools a liberal appropria
tion for teachers' salaries.' Tlio new
school year will find theso teachers
being paid according to a very libctal
"Tlio legislature also showed Its
confidence In tlio good work of sum
mer schools by making an appropria
tion for n summer school for oacli
year of this biennial period.
"This summer Bchool will bo very
much along tho lines of that of last
year. Thoso teachers who completed
n part of tho work last ear can fin
ish tho work this year. Thoso expect
ing to attend should prcsont their
names to tho department for resu
mmon us cany ns possimo. ueguiar
attendance anil thniough work nio ex
pected throughout tho entire term.
"Tho appointment of uncertificated
teachers, at tho Juno meeting of the
commissioners Is with tho under
standing that such teachers will se
cure their certificates bofore tho open
ing of school next September.
"Tho department has u booklet
ready for distribution which contains
exlenslvo outlines of sublectH that
will bo taught. These booklets willj
bo useful to thoso attending tho school
nn well ns to those not attending who
wish to look over tho work somewhat
before taking tlio teachers' examina
tion. Theso can be obtained from tho
department on application."
Wrwklr Bull Ma l per your.
Tailored Linen Suits
In natural shade. This week wo
have lecelved another ihlpmelit
of thesu popular garments. All
sizes, 31 tu il S12.SU
Wrappers and Kimonos
Of I'limireil Rerpentlno t'rvur.
Umpire or shiipul back; fasten
ed nt side; satin trimmed.... .
12, S2.50, J2.75, $3X0 and 14
I'lnln shades, with pntty bordi r in
loiiliimtlutt colors .40o H' yard
New Silk Parasols
All Hindi-), imliulliiK 1 1 'I'orona
Hull' Mine lllld lltlell I'lllll ill
SIK KDWARD BOYI.rc and I July
lloyle, aiound the world travelers ar
riving by the Tcno Maru this morn
ing will remain over In the Islands.
CONSUL II. WICANDEIl represent
ing the Swedish government at Tokyo
Is returning to his native land on
leave of absence. Ho Is a visitor nt
J. MODEM, and Mrs. Uddell are
passengers In tho Tcnyo Maru enroute
to San Francisco. Mr. I.lddcll was a
former Pacific Mall representative
stationed at Tientsin, China.
UK. S. COI.KMAN, tho United
States Vlco Consul Btatloned nt Horn
bay, Imlln, Is a through passenger In
tho Tcnyo Mnru, that Is to leavo tho
port for San Francisco tomorrow
CAI'TAIN T. HAI.CO.MIin with tho
Mnrlno Corps nt Poking, China, Is
making n trip to, tho United States on
n six months' leavo of absence. He
Is a passenger In tho Jnpancso liner
MliUT. COMMANDS W. C. WAT
SON and daughtar, has been associat
ed with tho BtafT of Admiral Hubbard
nnd Is returning with tho pnrty to the
United States as a passenger In tho
V. W. I10MC and J. H. Vnndorstok,
two prominent factors In tho Java
sugnr Industry nro contemplat
ing a tour of the Hawaii sugar es
tates. They arrived this morning as
passengers In the Tenyo Mnru.
J. S. FKIION, of the firm of Foron
& Daniels, tho Pacific Mall agents
with headquarters at Shanghai, Chna;
Is on n business mission to tho United
States. Uo Is a through passenger In
tho Jnpancso liner Tenyo Maru.
ADMIRAL JOHN IIUIU1ARD, now
rctlrcd, Is returning tu the United
States as a passenger In tho Tenyo
Mnru. Ho relinquished his command
nt the Japanese, ports. Admiral Hub
bard hns been stationed In Asiatic
waters for a number of years.
COUNT A. MONTKOKLAS nnd
Countess Montegclns from Tokyo, Ja
pan, returning to Germany after a
number of jears spent In tho Fast
are passengers In tho Tenyo Mnru.
Count Montcgelas Is associated with
Uio German Kmbassy at Tokyo.
O. W. DROWN, Mrs. Drown and
maid oro a paity who aio traveling
by the Tenyo Mnru to tho United
States after having spent a year In a
trip around tho world. Mr. Drown Is
nn owner In tho well known Drown
Shoo Company of Saint Ixmls, Mo.
M. A. HUNTINOTON and Miss M.
Huntington arc well known California
society peoplo and related to tho Los
Angeles Huntlngtons. They nro com
pleting n tour of tho Fnr East ami
spent tho day In going about Hono
lulu. They nre passengers In tho
TO BE SUBJECT
The Onliu central Improvement com
mittee will hold n public meeting at
7 30 o'clock tonight nt tho rooms of the
Merchants' Association, Young Hotel
building, to dlsciiHM plans for the big
city "clean-up day." Various members
have Miggcstlons to offer ns to tho
moat elTectlvo means of promoting n
general sanitation cnmpalsn on clean
up day, mid committees will probably
bo appointed to nrrnngo tho details of
tlio matter. It Is prohnhlo that somo
Saturday In n month or six weeks will
Irmgard Made Long Passage.
The American barkentlno Irmgard
that left a full shipment of lumber
and supplies at Mnhukonn made a long
nnd tedious trip up to tho coast. Sail
ing from tho Hawaii ports on April
22nd tho vessel Is reported to have
arrived nt San Francisco yesterday.
Attractive New Goods at Sachs'
Sanitary Commission Sees
Health of City at Mercy
"For a short, sharp, terrible mortal
ity, the Nuuanit water system olfeu
tho greatest possibilities of danger
that I have seen In and uround Hono
lulu." In these words Dr. Donald 11. Cur
rlo, of the U. S. Marino Hospital ser
vice and the medical expert of tho
Sanitary Commission summed up the
lesults of n visit to tlio watu-shed
and dams mndo by the Commission
vostordny afternoon. Tho remark was
iniuto as tho parly was on Its home
ward way, after seeing n scries of
dams without giinrds of any kinds
and a watershed Inhabited by n num
ber of persons, with several hut
themselves III n very Insanitary con
dition. Chairman Oeorgo It. Carter, fami
liar with every foot of tho ground as
well as with tho history of tho mucli
dlscuBsed witer project, directed tlio
Commission on its tour jostcrday. Dr
Currle and Piof. Arthur Keller of the
College of Hawaii wero tho only oth
er members present. C. It. Ilemcn
wny and J. L. Young both being out
of tho city.
See Whole System.
Chairman Carter drovo his big
green automobllo up to tho top of tho
I'nll mid madu tlio descent slowly,
stopping often to give tho Commis
sion time to Inspect tho scries of
dams, the city light plant and the sc
ries of valleys and ridges that make
up tho watershed.
x Tlio Commission nil agreed on ono
point without argument, that the
city's water-supply should not ha lctt
ungual dcd. It was pointed out by Dr.
Currlo and concurred In by the oth
crs that a human being suffering from
cholera, malarial or yellow fever or
typhoid, might Infect tho wholo water
8) stem If nllowed to enter tho water
shed. There was no sign of n guanl
at the big head dam, although ono of
Dr. Currlc's recommendations during
the late' eholeia outbreak was that
tho water supply should bo gtinrdid
closely for at least sixty days after
tlio laBl caso hail been disposed of,
Open Road a Menace.
Tho Nuuanit road In Its present
stato Is regarded as a real mennco by
' tho commission. Much of this road
drains directly Into ono or nnother rf
tho series of dams, nnd the Commit
slon discussed yesterday tho advis
ability of recommending Hint there bo
cement gutters run down each Bhlo
of tho road lis full length.
Tho Commission nt present sees
two iiosslblo ways of gum ding Hono
lulu s water supply. One of them
would revolutionize tho wholo city
water sjstcui. It Is to use the Nun
nnu dam not for storing water for
Honolulu's use, but merely ns part of
n system to gencrnto power that will
be used In pumping wnter for con
sumption from artesian wells. In this
caso, the reservoir would becomo tho
i source of tho power nnd tho "head"
of tho water diopplng down tho slope
I would bo used to pump tho artesian
wnter and distribute It over In the
Guard System Suggested.
Another plan Is to build up nn or
ganized guard system around tho
dums nnd water-shod, Including tho
erection of n wall around tho dams
nnd tho stationing of guards nt vari
ous points. This Is done, say mem
bers of the Commission, In most Ame
rican cities whoso wnter supply Is dc.
rived from reservoirs or lakes llnblo
to bo contaminated,
The tlrst plan Is regarded ns the
safer nnd surer way to protect tho
health of tho city, but members of tho
Commission nro Inclined to doubt Its
feasibility for jears to come, If nt all.'
The First Important Reduction Sale of the Season
New Curtain Scrim
White, Cream, Persian, and Ecru, plain and drawnwork patterns. Also rich bordered designs
and colorings. Regular 30c quality now 25c. Regular 25c quality now 20c.
Regular 20c quality now 1 5c.
SALE NOW GOING ON SALE NOW GOING ON
SACHS DRY GOODS
Lafe Bud says he's sorry he didn't
learn t' be a dentist so he could charge
folks whatever he needea. Don't worry
over trouble. It never broke a date
Tho second plan will probahl) reolve
moro serious consideration.
After tho Inspection, the pnrh re
turned to tho city nnd this attoinnou
will mnko an Inspection of t' m incut
districts west of Nuuanit strcer
TO BLOM'S SALE
ISirly morning nnd rnrly June "hop
ping wns much In evidence nt Mom's
lit the beginning of tlio Juno iliniiincu
salo tlil- morning Forty "r llfly
women buyers were nt tlio store Im fore
S o'clock, nod nil wero innl.lug liberal
purchases, duu to the Induct ineniH of
the price cutting on lilgli iiuiilllv goods.
IJviry line of goods In the store has
been touched by tliu prlce-outter, and
"bargains" such bargains 11s the nvir
ngo vtuinnn economist gels up early
to buy urn found on or) sl If ami
coiintir In the store. A Mle f-nturo
lit Illom't. that Is cirtnln to prove pop
ular during tho Juno sale, I- that of
service. DniniKli extra help has In en
employed fnr the sale tu promptly
serve nil customers without caunliu:
them loss of time.
Single Items from tho various lines
with the regular nnd presint prices
nre ipiottd In Mum's ndvcitlsi 1111 nt on
The first aid to n weak
stomach, sluB&ish liver or
constipated bowels should be
the Bitters, because it has
proven its right to be called
"the best." It is for IndVea
tion, Costiveness and Malar
ial Disorders. Try it.
For sale by Reneon, Pmlth ft Co.,
Ltd.; Hollfster Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Orug Co., Ltd.; Hllo Drug
Co.: and at all Wholesale Llauor
DRESS IN STYLE
Buy clothing that is
known clothing that is
dependable. Be sure to
get a make that has a
This is the most impor
tant feature for the man
who would dress in style.
This Store handles only
the best of everything.
Men come here for the
first 'arrivals, and de
pend on our judgment.
(Continued from Page 1)
of them sail, "ttuit Link Is Just 111..'
Win .li ailli m lliynu wlio was born
unlucky politically. Link Is a hnid
u oilier, but liU ehauces of gotHm:
elected nn n DcloKato to Connres-i au
small, lie had bettor stay at homo
and look nfler his business affairs."
Thoy bellevo that .McOundloss has
been welshed and found wautlnK. And
In order to stioiiRthen tho puty, the
Hllo Democrats, especially, the Ilu
wallaus, say lh.it they will comedown
to Honolulu to tho next Democratic
convention, prepared to Huh' against
tho nomination of Link McCaudless
ns n candidate for delegate.
Want a Strong Man.
Tho iiit-sllon of nominating a stror.i;
man for that position will li in or
der. Somo of tho Deinocintlc Hllo
Ites suggest that l'.ilnicr Woods of
Kohnln would bo n strong man or
delegate. Kinney, tliev say, would
make 11 very sttong man for that pu
Have a Grievance.
Ono of tlio principal objections
which t!ie hno against McCaudless
Is the fact Hint In the past c.unp.ilgiM
Link cngngo, Honolulu peoplo to
speak for him as ho went around the
Island of Hawaii. During tho Inii
election Link MeCamlless engaged U
K Kenwehakii and II. M. Knulho, tho
"rnmiuri lull of Kolmln" as his lieu
tenants. Thoso on Hawaii claim that
Link ptactlcully Ignored them by not
t.lklni; nlonu with him nt Hint lime
I somo of the Hllo Democratic leaders,
nirn ns D.iMd Kwnllko and others.
Papaikou for Link.
The voters of I'.ipalkou, n Demo
cratic stronghold, still ndluVo to Mc
Cand'ess. They said that thoy would
Kho him another trial imaln ns thu
feel suio that ho would do tlio rlfiht
thing h them, In the event or his
election ns u Delegate to Congress.
The Supremo Court yesterday not)
lied Attorney General Lindsay that It
would like to hear further argument
In tho Cummins cane, dealing with tlio
riuestloti us tu whether or not tho ap
propriation of puis) by tho last Leg
Islatiiio "for tho relief of John A.
Cummins" did not, In reality, consti
tute nn Invasion of tho pardoning
power reserved to tho Oovernor by
tho Organic Act.
There were eleven cases on tho po
lice court calendar this morning rang
ing from vagrancy to ussuult and but
I one small lino was Imposed, others
1 being set over, sentence suspended or
being stricken from the calendar.
POLISH YOUR FURNITURE
It comes in paste fotiu You ap
ply It with dry cloth nnd polish
with clean woolen cloth .
Try It. You will bt
turpriied to ee how it
will improve your furniture
Lewers & Cooke,
177 S. KING STREET
All Impoitnnt reduction salo was
started at Sachs this morning. An
attractive lino Is now white gnudi
tlial li.ii Just been received Some
special salo pi Ices will be found quot
ed In Sachs' ndvortlsement on pa,''
Free Delivery to oy part of tho
City or Suburbs