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A- " -- THE PACIFIC COMiLEKClAIi ADVEKTISKIi: HONOLULU, DECEMBJJ tt 28. 1894. 4 NEW HIGH SCHOOL BUILDING Board of Education Want Oco for Honolulu. JCKW DKl'AICTUKKS IN INTKl CIION Art Trainliiff yWuc Instruction Under C'ouldrrt Ion -Nr w BniMiojc of Iolrn Architecture Thins the r Fiitnre Tear lier Changed. A new high school building is con templateil by the Board of Education. The necessity of improvement in ed ucational facilities has long been felt among the teachers, and now the matter baa been taken up by the offi cials it is highly probable that some definite move will be made in the near future. What the new house is to be, where it will be located and the money to bo xpended in its erection are still mat ters under advisement, but the fact Honolulu is to have such a building .in the near future is established. The Fort street school house that has served be purpose for so many years is far too antiquated to satisfy the necessities of advanced education. The building of a new house will al-j low a better division in grades and . better facilities for the teachers, to do better work for the children under their care. The new building will be thorough ly equipped with all the modern ap purtenances, good ventilation and plenty of space to accommodate the increasing number of scholars. The decision to bring this matter into active prominence was reached at a recent meeting of the Board of Edu cation, and from now on the hoard will work with this end in view. Another Important action taken at this meeting was the attention given to the introduction of art training and hygienic instruction in the public schools. This matter was placed in the hands of the Committee on Curri culum, consisting of Prof. M. M. Hcott, Prof. W. D. Alexander, Mrs. F. B. Dodge and Inspector-General A. T. Atkinson. This line of work will also give an impetus to the necessity of a new high school building. In fact the forces all along the line will be brought to bear to give the child ren of Honolulu all the modern ad vantages of instruction which ia ac corded the boys and girls of the States with whom they must necessarily be brought more and more in contact and competition with as the days go by. The advance has been begun in the Beretanla street school, where Miss Florence L.yncb has been appointed as assistant to Miss Maroni, having been transferred from Kalihi-waena. Miss Charlotte has been appointed to fill the vacancy at Kalihi-waena. Other important chaoges that have been made: At Wailuku, Maui, Mrs. Kate McKay has been appointed to fill the vacancy caused by the resigna tion of Miss Cunningham. At the Koyal school Mr. A. J. Hadley has been appointed to the place formerly filled by Mr. W. L. Stanley. Mr. Hadley has had twelve years experi ence in schools of the States, and for two years has been connected with the .Normal school at Portland, Ore. Mrs. Emily Hart has been appointed assistant at Hunalei, Kauai, in place of Mi9S Emma Hatfield, resigned. Mr. John Bush, late principal of the Iolani college, has been appointed Srincipal of the KUauea school at auai. J. J. Bice has been trans ferred from the Kukuihaele school to Walplo, vice Mr. lewis Homer, re signed. Miss Kate Horner fills the vacancy at the Waipio school. Inspector-General Atkinson Is pass ingthe vacation attending to the du ties of his office at the Government building. About the middle of the month he will set out on his tour of the Islands. JAPANESE EDITORS ARRESTED. Another Man Says That They Call ed Him a Vagabond. Editor Xorrie of tho Holomua i3 not the only newspaper man who is in trouble. While be is threaten ed with the loss of his lucrative position by reason of a landlord's gale, that is advertised to take place today, he feels that he is not in the sorry plight that Messrs. Hoshima and Aria are at this mo ment. The gentlemen mentioned are subjects of the Mikado. They also run a newspaper which is known as "The Honolulu Hochi." In the course of events they found it necessary to say something about a Japanese named Tatauyo. They called him a vagabond and said other things that the young man objected to. He answered by having them arrested yesterday on a charge of criminal libel. Both defendants were released later on bail. Hoshima ia a clerk in the Cus tom House. A Very Small AfL&lr. A Portuguese girl got possession of some matches last evening and while amusing herself eet fire to some bed clothes. An alarm was Eent in and the department responded, but the blaze was ex tinguished before the apparatus ar rived. The damage amounted to 12. The fire started in a cottage in the vicinity of St. Louis College. TO REPAIR KAWAIAHAO. Plans Laid For Work on the Old Church. The committee appointed to attend to thrt repairing of Kawaiabao Church, mt yetterday afternoon. Six ruoaiber.s were present. A gen eral discussion as to what parts should be repaired was followed by a motion to have an architect appoint ed to draw up plans. This was seconded and unanimously adopted. That Kawaiabao will need more than the money made at tho late fair before all the repairing needed is attended to gees without saying. A gentleman interested in the wel fare of the church has given Rev. Mr. Parker a good scheme which was communicated to those present at the meeting. Briefly, it is to have pamphlets printed with a eketch of the old church and a small photo graph on the front, these to be sent all over the islands, and the sum of one dollar asked for each. This scheme was unanimously approved. After a prayer the meeting ad journed, to met when the plans are handed in by the architect. Mr. T. H. Murphy Beyond Expectation Grand Results from Taking Hood's Sarsaparilla Broken Down System Thoroughly Built Up. "CL Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass. : " Gentlemen : I take great pleasure In adrl Ins you of zny euro by Hood's Sariaparllla anl gladly recommend It to all suSerlng aa I baT been. My system became- thoroughly deranged and Hf seemed llttl els but a burden. I was very bilious and my kidneys and llrer were out of order. I had no appetite and seldom aUt any breakfast. I had taken tonics and had been treated by different physicians but with little or so success, and had become quite disheartened, Xearlng my case was Beyond Human Aid. Through a friend's adrlce, as a last resort I In Tested In two bottles o! Hood's Sarsaparilla and was so well pleased, at my lmproyement I soon Hood'sCures afterwards secured four additional bottles an! am now feeling as well us I erer did." J- II. Mcarmr, Ilegewlsch, Illinois. Hood's PIH3 euro Constipation by restor ing tSe peristaltic action o tho alimentary canafc IIOBRON DRUG COMPANY, 33f6 Wholesale Agents. WHITNEY' S Toys Oar stock is the Jargeet. Toys Our a.fortnjnt is the btet. Toys Oar prices are the LOWEST o any in the city. Toys They are going fast, so we would advise yoa to BUY NOW, and not wait till December 24th r. n.f as oar beat thing will be sold before then. WHITNEY'S SPECIAL FANCY Glassware, Fine Crockery, Carpets, Rugs, Linoleum. Etc, Etc. Theo. H. Davies & Co.,Xd. Oak Screens, Fine Easels, Plain Lamps, Booking: Chairs, Fancy Tables, Umbrella Stands, Music Backs, Fancy Crockery in Boyal Worcester, Crown Derby, Satsnma, Haviland, Cloisenne, Crescent China, ete.; Glassware in Fancy Vases, Cut Glass Decanters, Rose Bowls, Tumblers, Wine Glasses etc.; Bugs, Velvet Pile Center Bugs, Japanese Bugs, Sofa Bugs, Door Mats in Large Variety, SPECIAL ! A Large Assortment in Fancy Plates, Plaques, Cups and Saucers, to be sold singly or in sets. SOLID SILVEK AND PLATED WAKE TO BE CLOSED OUT UNDFK COST. DOLLS, TOTS, The Largent Variety and Lowfit I'rieea of any House in Honolulu. 65 LARGE CASES received ex S. S. Alameda and more to arrive by the 8.S. Australia December 1st. ALL GOODS -were personally selected from the manufactures agents in New York, and comprise a complete assortment of most Dksikable Abticlks for Xmas Gifts too numerous to mention in this advertisement. BOOKS. The general verdict is : that vre are showing this season, the finest assortment ever offer d for eale in this market. Our 25c. line of full cloth bocnd will astonish you. They are beauties. Xmas Cards, Artistic Calendars, New Year Cards The largest and finest line to select from in this city. AEOLIAN ORGAN. If yon haven't teen this wonderful Mcsicial Instru ment, it will pay you well to call and examine it. N. B. No trouble to show goods, everybody welcome. REMEMBER THAT THE LARGEST STOCK AND THE LOWEST PRICES Are to be found only at THE HAWAIIAN NEWS COMPANY, LIMITED. SOMET. exican VERY FINE. RING M Said to be Super ior to Havanas ! HOLLTSTER & CO. Imxortani of Tobacco, dear. Bnoknra' Aril 1m, Wm Ytttu, Eto., Stt. CHEISTMAS SALE OF GAMES, NEW ! rm TRY THEM. FUR Cigars IIXXfEE! T -AND- Warehouse. TEAS. CEYLON, FLOWERY ORANGE PEKOE in 5 pound boxes and in quantities to suit. A6AM PRIMROSE in 25 pound boxeB and in quantities to suit. ENGLISH BREAKFAST CONGO in 5 pound Boxes and quantities to suit. SHILLING'S BLOSSOM in canisters of 1 pound each. COMET OOLONG in 15 and 30 pound boxes. SILVER STATE OOLONG in 18 and 3G j ound boxen. FORMOSA OOLONG in 5 pound boxes. JAPAN, UNCOLOREL) in 5 pound boxes. JAPAN, YOUNG HYSON in 5 povnd boxes and in quantities to suit. CHINA, different grades in chests. HENRY MAY & CO.'S BLENDED in quantities to suit. Shortly Expected, CHOICE TEAS FROM KONA KONA COFFEE. FINE OLD SELECTED in bags ot 100 pounds each. FINE SELECTED, 1 year old, in bags of ICO pounds each. ROASTED AND GROUND COFFEE a specialty; roa3ted and ground daily. Cole iCCTFOR SALE BY HENRY MAY & CO., Tea -: Dealers -: and : Coffee Roasters. FORT STREET, 3830-tf ONLY A FEW OF OUR Beautiful Copper and BRASS 5 O'Clock Teas LEFT. Some as low as The highest only about twelve. For an acceptable present at a small cost, nothing strikes us as being more appropriate ; par ticularly here, where afternoon teas aro the rule rather than exception. Take our suggestion : Your friend will be delighted with one on Christmas morning. Make her happy by giving her one. They cost yoa almost nothing. H. F. WICHMAN IMPORTERS, Hardware and General Merchandise Why not bay useful things for Christmas presents? They are just as welcome then, as at any other time, and serve the purpose for which they were intended. Does it strike you as a sensible idea.? What is more suitable for a holiday gift than THE WIL COX & GIBBS light running AUTOMATIC SEWING MACHINE. FEATHER DUSTERS, LAMPS, CUTLERY. A nice Chamois Skin or Carriage Whip; a light DOG CHAIN that will stand a ten sile strain of 1500 D: This is sometuing new and decidedly the strongest chain of its kind made. You need a Step Lad der when you fix up your Christmas Tree. Pocket Knives for the little ones; Razors for the older ones. COOKING UTENSILS and HOUSEHOLD goods for tho home. Do not some of these useful things impress you as acceptable presents? Would not a LIFE INSUR ANCE POLICY in the NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL bo a joy forever or a FIRE INSUR ANCE POLICY in tho jKTNA be a welcome gift? Useful things always have a value and aro always welcome. CASTLE & COOKE. IMPOItTKIW, Hardware id General Merchandise S4.OO OA STLE if X 1 I i! i ft f ! 'I t i r v .A 1