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THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER: HONOLULU, FEBRUARY 12, 1S97.
14th Feb'y! J. M. WEBB, of the Golden Rule Ba 2a a r, has a full line of Yalentines ! recelred by th "Australia," now on display. New Books, new Papeterie, new Goods in all departments! Fine light-weight Stationery for Foreign Correspondence a specialty. PRICES ALWAYS RIGHT! 316 Fort Street. Pictures! Pictures! Pictures! Fancy being able to buy in Honolulu a picture framed handsomely In white and gold moulding, measuring 26x30 inches outside, for It's a fact, and there are others still larger and better for $3.00, and from that up. Then there are Wall Pockets for 1.25 fitted with pictures, glass and all which are dirt-cheap at that price. Drop in and have a look. King Bros.' Art Store. HO HOTEL STREET. foi: TIIK efericf CHCAPCS1 PHOTOGRAPHS SEVERIN & McCANDLESS 323 Nuuanu St..opp. Love'.- Bakery. We make Portraits, Tintypes, View3, Residences, Landscapes, Luaus, En larcments. etc N. B. Printing and Developing Ko- dax and Amateur work a specialty. Hard, BUT WE DO IT! TTHY. PLEASE EVERYBODY! PACHECO & FERNANDEZ. Frt Street. Honolulu. Honolulu Coffee Mills Haring established a modern plant for hulling, polishing and assorting coffee, we are prepared to buy and elean coffee in the parchment. Moderate charge made for cleaning coffee Apply to H. HACKFELD & CO. 4481-3m 1820-3m r8.9CHrMA. PROP. C.H.BELLI.VA.MASAGKK CLUB STABLES, F Fort St., Between Hotel and Beretania. Telephone, 477. Honolulu, H. I. AGENCY OF Kobe Immigration Company. ROBINSON BLOCK, HOTEL ST. T. O. Box, 116. : : Telephone, S70. JL Dia. J. de E. Santos. DIAS & SAFJTQS Guitar Makers, YUlins and Guitars repaired at Rea sonable Rates. fjr. King Sc. Alakea Sts., Honolulu. -HALF AND HALF" IS A GREAT APPETIZER Makes the weak stout and purifies the blood. Sold at the Empire Saloon Two for 25 cents. ally Pacific Commercial Advertiser, 7S ents a month, delivered by carrier. Livery on lo lite J. T. WATERHOUSE. In the spring the young man's fancy usually turns to shirt waists, because he has come to believe that the nattiest garment a young ladv of the Dresent dav can wear is a neat shirt waist- W have just received a large invoice that we will sell at greatly reduced prices because we bought them right. Leather belts are fash ionable for either ladies' or gent's. Bicycle sweaters and bicycle hose are necessary to good health and good ap pearance when riding a wheel. We sell these goods at low prices. Men's negligee shirts. Corded velveteen dress binding all shades. Colored satin edge ribbon all shades and widths. White soft cable cord, split zephyr wool, various shades. White woolen blankets, Oriental lace assorted widths, black and white dotted veiling and gent's collars and cuffs. These goods are useful to every one and we make the prices so that everyone who needs can buy them our business was established on the basis of good goods at low prices. J. T. WATERHOUSE, Queen Street. TAKE A LOOK At Our Styles in Suitings. We are Justly celebrated for Style, Fit and Price. MEDEIROS & DECKER, int hotel npAfl OQ STREET . I -tV 1 LJ The cause of lie-tea is credulity. Schilling's Best t la baking powrttr corte flavor n extract soda anJ fpkes are money -back. W. H. BAUGH, Representative. Honolulu. A TIP -IN Rocking Chairs. We have a Full Assortment of ft oni oot Mil Chairs At Reasonable Prices. FURNITURE OF ALL KINDS. II. II. WILLIAMS. Corner Fort and Beretania Streets. TELEPHONE 846. AiMSiiiiwiJ nut AT THE GAZETTE OFFICE ffit in Furniture 11. HANAPEPE SCHOOL Coast Teacher to Take Pringle's Place There. Resignations Tendered Bureau of Education Classification of Teachers. Minister Cooper, Inspector General Townsend. Professor Alexander. II. M. von Holt, W. A. Bowen, Mrs. Dilling ham, Mrs. Jordan and Secretary Rod gers were present at a meeting of the Board of Commissioners of Education held yesterday afternoon. Professor Alexander suggested the importance of classification of teach ers. Work on the original basis had not been carried out to an extent that '.vas beneficial. Mr. Cooper and others indorsed the idea, and the motion was adopted. Mr. Townsend reported that an ap plication from a lady teacher to open a kindergarten on the High School grounds had been withdrawn. The In spector General had written to San Francisco in reference to certificates and diplomas for the Normal School. Mr. Townsend called attention to the fact that there was no law requiring teachers to attend examinations, or to have certificates to teach. Rules had been passed from time to time, but in over 20 years there had been no es tablished law with respect to the amount. No action. The same member suggested that foreign certificates in the hands of working teachers be called in and made a basis for the Hawaiian issue. He desired to insert this item in the pro nosed new regulations. Action de ferred. Norman Lyman of Hilo applied for the position of teacher of the school at Olaa. Appointed temporarily. Mr. Kaiwi of Lihue asked a contin uation if his authority to grant mar riage licenses. Request granted. J. H. Godfrey and wife, of Lihue, asked for charge of a school. Filed. A petition from new settlers for a school house and school back of Wai- naku plantation, Hawaii, -ue board replied, through the Inspector, that it appreciates the situation, but could do little before the next session of the Legislature. If, however, the people would furnish temporary accommoda tions, the board would supply a teach er. Mrs. George Otterson tendered her resignation from a position in Kalihi wai School. Accepted. Minister Cooper reported having en gaged Mr. H. H.'Brodie, a nian highly recommended, for the position of prin cinal of the school at Hanapepe, to succeed Mr. Pringle. Mr. von Holt said it seemed hard, with the large force on hand, to send out of the country for a teacher. Mr. Townsend explained that it was not an easy matter to get a de suable teacher for Hanapepe. The ac tion of the Minister was approved. At 3:30 the meeting adjourned. . The next meeting will be held at 2:30 next Thursday afternoon. UNION M FETING. To bo Addressed by Jolm R. Mott of Students Christian Federation. John R. Mott and wife, who arrived by the Doric from the Orient, are stop ping with Mr. and Mrs. A. B. Wood in Nuuanu Valley, and will remain about two weeks in Honolulu. They like the city and the Islands, and are enjoying their visit to the Pacific Paradise. Mr. Mott is general secretary of the World's Student's Christian Federa tion, an organization formed in Switz erland a few years ago with delegates from five European countries. For 21 months Mr. Mott has been traveling in Europe and Asia in the interest of his organization. Much attention was giv en, on his tour, to Christian missions in Asia, and the secretary is loaded down with statistics and information concerning them. These facts will be embodied in reports to his association. Mr. Mott is a man of marked ability, and is a fine speaker. Honolulu will have the opportunity to hear him sev eral times while he is here. Next Sun day morning he will fill Mr. Peck's milnit in the First M. E. Church. At evening he will address a union meet ing of the churches in Central Union Church. The congregations of the Christian and Methodist Churches will attend there. Other lectures will be delivered next week, the dates and places to be announced later. Now School Paper. C. E. Rosecrans, assistant at La- bainaluna School, returns today to his home. While in the city he made ar rangements for the issuance of his new school paper, "Hawaii's Young People." The Department of Educa tion takes 1.000 copies for the public schools of the country, and about 1,000 more will be issued to private sub scribers. The province of the paper will be to rdare before school children interest ing and healthful news stories and reading matter, as a supplementary study. It will have a handsomelv il- ustrated cover, containing a coccanut palm and children. The list of con tents will also appear on the cover. Short stories, poems, etc. will be print ed on the inside; also, matters of in terest to teacher. Once ALWAYS A CRANK ! Once a fool not neces sarily always a fool. Because you have been trading with some one for twenty years, that does not prove that you are doing yourself justice. No one in the clothing business in this town car ries the line of ready-to-wear suits we do; and there fore there is not a house in the town that can give you as good value as we can. Once you don a suit of our ready-to-wear clothing you will never wear any other kind. M. MclNERNY, MEN'S and BOY'S READY EX 6. S. MIOWKKA, DIRECT FROM THE FACTORY IN LONDON, A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF THE CELEBRATED 'M l VM COR. FORT AND MERCHANT STS. Wholesale and Retail Tobacconists, And Importers of Fine Havana, Manila and American Cigars. Comparative tests by intelligent from 20 to 75 per cent better than is why they are steadily increasing Other Oils, under variously changing names, are being tried from time to time and discarded. The fifisjO!usoirffTi" Is always the same, being manufactured by a patent process in Vacuum. It does not change its name or quality, and it saves money to every one who uses it. 600 VV. A. Cylinder Oii, Vacuoline Engine Oil, Arctic Engine Oil, Heavy Dark Lubricating Oil. v These Oils do the work for you, and do it well. Scientific analysis and competitive tests of the Vacuum Oils are solicited DOES SAVING IN COAL mean anything to you? DOES WEAR AND TEAR on your bearings cut any figure? Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd. Agents Vacuum Oil Company, JO . f L?; -V- - .-i i 1:L i s: '.' -STiTr -7k t 11 1 u lis, ilH- II Ml HOUSEKEEPING GOODS: Agate Wars (White, Gray and Nickel-plated), Pumps, Water andSoii Pip Water Closets and Urinals, Rubber Hose and Lawn Sprinklers, Bath Tubs and Stt-f Sinks, O. S. Gutters and Leaders, Sheet Iron Copper, Zinc and Lead. Lead 'Pips aiiC Pipe Fittings. PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER. AND SHEET IKON WOKK. Dimond Block. 75-79 Kiim Street. Crank MERCHANT and FORT STREETS. - TO - WEAR CLOTHING. INCLUDING THE PES Pfleusrer Patent Endorsed by the well-known Specialist, .ir Morell. Mackkxzie. - r ii-a-iM.v.vui. - - - - it- n i - r Engineers show that these Oils are other Oils used in this market. Thai in use. of Rochester, New York. tc:i...iii,it $ - O J V TvT' i'Jr v -V' . " ; ' ' ' VT' iWn SOUS V I 1 I I A ' . IS MERCHANT TAILOR. in 1) KOUT bTKEET. 7 22k. OpiHsit?.... H. Hack kelp Co. I give my personal attention to my patrons. My cutters are Justly celebrated. Unique : Designs! : in : JEWELRY Rings, Scarf Pins, Laco Pino, Silver Table Ware Ana eiegant oaames in NATIVE JEWELRY. E. A. JACOBSON, FORT STREET. Telephone 422. Washington Feed Co. FORT ST. TELEPHONE 422. HONOLULU 1 MANUFACTORY W. W. WRIGHT. Proprietor. Carriage Builder AND REPAIRER. All orders from the other Islands in the Carriage Building, Trimming and Painting Line will meet with prom attention. P. O. BOX 321. 128 AND 130 FORT ST. ' Finely equipped; modern improve ments; recently remodeled. Try a bot tle of my Medical Shampoo. Warrant ed to cure dandruff. For sale by G. SOMMA, Cummins Block, Merchant Street. First door from Fort Street. yr . . . . I 1 1 3 Feed Toil Hoise w Te epnone Si S 1 mktf g J5 I rvVr.l:. f-?i 3 -J . frij. j-v a 8 31 $:&t If n