SOME MORE TOCHERS
Nearly All tlie Positions
THE NIGHT SCHOOL TEACHERS.
DIFFICULTX EXPZSTiarCZD IX
GETTING A TEACHER TOE
ISLAND OF XHHATT.
J. K. Burkott, of Kauai, Appointed
Traveling: Normal Instructor
The Trouoles at Zona
Cost of Lights.
The Board of Education disposed of
considerable business of Importance it
yesterday's meeting. The organization
rf the faculty of the night schools was
announced, numerous appointments
and transfers were made; J. K.
formerly teacher of the school at
Kaloa, Kauai, was appointed traveling
normal Instructor, vice Gibson,
vho has been elected principal of one
of the Honolulu schools; the Royal
School building has been ordered sold,
and other business was transacted.
Superintendent Atkinson first read
the report of the Teachers' Committee,
showing the following recommendations
for the appointment of teachers.
Waibec H. II. Coke and Mrs. H. M.
Coke, transferred from Makaweli.
Makawell Mrs. J. H. Godfrey and
Miss Anna Danford.
Koloa George B. Sturgeon and Mrs.
George B. Sturgeon.
Kaunakakal Miss Augusta Bruce;
transferred from Kaluaaha.
Kaluaaha Miss Julia Mahoe; transferred
Waialua Miss Margaret Tollefson;
from the Normal School.
Haakeo Mis3 Ellen Pearce; transferred
from Onomea, In place of Miss
Onomea Miss Emma Beerman, in
place of Miss Pearce.
Kaiulanl Miss Helen Smith, in
place of Miss Llshman.
Honokohau Miss Anne M. Prescott.
Llhue Miss Grace A. Farmar and
Miss Hattie J. Ticer, in place of .Miss
Thatcher and Miss Rice.
Lahalnaluna Thomas Allen Smith,
in place of F. P. Rosecrans.
Kallia, Oabu Nicholas Hoopii,
transferred from Laupahoehoe.
Kamalo Miss Sadie McLaln.
High School Miss Daisy Dietz.
transferred from Kaakopua.
Kaakopua Miss Ida Horner.
Mrs. Taggard returns,
after leave of absence.
Laupahoe M. G. Anjo, in place of
N. Hoopii; transferred.
These recommendations were approved
by a unanimous vote of the
Superintendent Atkinson reported
that the teachers for the various night
schools had been practically decided
upon. Mr. Llghtfoot Is to bo the superintendent
of the system. At the
Royal School there are to be three
teachers. Mr. Elston or Mr. Hills will
be in charge, with Miss Edith Dietz
and Mrs. J. L. Coyney as assistants.
At the Kawaiahao School there will
be but ouo teacher, B. B. Taylor. At
Aala there will be two teachers, either
Mr. Elston or Mr. Hills for principal,
and Mrs. Marshall. Miss Arnold will
have charge of the
School. No appointment has yet been
made for the Molluli, but Superintendent
Atkinson expressed the hope tint
n normal student might be found to
lake this school, as a means of paying
Superintendent Atkinson said that
ho desired to congratulate the Teachers'
Committee and the board on the
fact that nearly every place had besn
filled. The work of the board Is now
about a month ahead of last year.
The board finds difficulty in getting
a teacher for the school at Nilhau.
This Is the most northerly Island ot
the group. There Is said to be but one
white family ou the Island, and mail
is delivered once a month. It is a good
deal like exile to live there. "To maintain
an English school there," said
Superintendent Atkinson, "I fear we
will have to establish an exceptionally
attractive salary for that position."
No action was taken.
J. K. Burkett of Kauai was formally
elected traveling normal instructor,
vice Mr. Gibson.
Superintendent Atkinson reported
that he had sent Mr. Townsend to
Kona to examine Into the somewhat
muddled conditions there and had
given him full power to act
Superintendent Llghtfoot of ihe
night schools, had reported that the
government electric light was not satisfactory,
and Superintendent Atkinson
brought the matter before the
board. He said the light was either
too bright or else failed wholly. In
the latter event the other light is
switched on. and then big bills are
rendered. He said they had been cast-ins
about to find a suitable substitute,
and had decided on Washington lamps.
These cost $30 each, but they are very
economical in operation.
It was announced that the Royal
School building would be sold at auction
on Friday next The desks and
blackboards have been removed, and
beyond these nothing will be saved, excepting
the bell, flagpole and electric
A numerously signed petition from
Hilo prayed that Miss Deyo might be
made principal of the schools there at
an Increased salary. The petitioners
spoke in highest terms of Miss Deyo's"
qualifications. Tfce matter went over.
HUNTER FORGED TO
RETIRE BY 80ERS.
Hard Fighting- on the Hills South
Jof Bethlehem Heport
London, July 26. Lord Roberts reports
to the War Office today that Gen.
Archibald Hunter's command wap
heavily engaged on July 24 and 25 in
the hills south ot Bethlehem. The
Boers compelled the British to retire
from their position, with about -50
worked around behind the Federals,
while General Hector Macdonald and
General Brace Hamilton were in front
Under date of Balmoral, July- 23,
Lord Roberts telegraphs as follows:
"We marched here yesterday
seeing the enemy.
"The Boers on July 24 engagisi
French and Hutton six miles south of
Balmoral. While Anderson's mounted
Infantry attacked the Boers right
French made a turning movement
around their left Seeing their retreat
threatened, the Boers broke and fled.
French and Hutton followed and proposed
to cross Ollphant's river today
at Naauwpoort. ,
"Casualties were one injured."
COST OF THE INDIAN FAMINE.
Thirteen Million Pounds Spent in
Helief in Past Two Years.
LONDON, July 26. In introducing
Jie Indian budget in the House of
Commons to-day, the Secretary of
State for Indiar Lord George Hamilton,
ommended the patience, resignation,
:ourage and abstention from crime
with which' 52.000,000 of people In the
stricken area have faced famine. The
atest reports from India, he said, were
mythlng but satisfactory. On the
other hand, there were certain compensating
advantages In the shape In
xhlch the revenue year closed. There
?as, he said, a substantial credit balance
of 2,500,000, but the famine expend
Iture and remission of taxation
would turn this into a deficit of
The Government proposed to
the unexpended balance of
to the former loan towards relief;
.his would, he hoped, meet all
If the resources of India did
lot suffice to save the lives of the
stricken, then an appeal would bf
aiade to the imperial exchequer. In
he last two years, Lord Hamilton said
13,000,000 had been expended in famine
FHE COMMERCIAL CONDITIONS.
RETAIL TRADE LIGHTENED BUI
ALL ELSE PROSPEROUS.
Greatest Amount of Building- Going
Oa in, the History of
The semi-monthly circular of the
"Hawaiian Mercantile Agency, dated
August 1st, shows the following
changes and improvements in business.
"Midsummer heat has somewhat
lightened retail trade, yet even the
falling off from previous months shows
a large balance in favor of the present
ioutrasted with past year. All lines oi
industry are as seasonabley active is
jould be anticipated. Indications point
cO extraordinary activity after the
present prosperous lull, and retailer,
.vill be crowded with business if the
anticipated rush of troops en route to
China takes place. Building is incessant.
More permits are issued than at
my previous time in our history. It
nay be truthfully said that not one
jingle line of business in our Island!
shows weakness in volume of trade.
"Sugar has again advanced and
are not idle for our export trade.
Naval Row is not congested.
"No particular industry needs special
mention, and In our investigation
.or this report we have not found one
.omplaining voice. Real estate
its status. Interest has been
lowered as well as exchange rates, and
money is easier on the market A peculiar
and noticeable fact due from our
position doubtless, is that we do not
eel the trade influences usual to a
Presidential campaign year.
Mrs. Agnes Farrant, No. 2 School St
I. Seo, Palama.
Wing Chan, King St
Pau (k), Walanae.
Hang Kee Co., King and Beretania.
D. Yonegura, King and'Liliba Sts.
Tuck Yuen, No. 331 King St
Hind, Rolph & Co., Merchant St
Hikoyoshl Kinsuko, South St
T. Nomura, Honomu, Hawaii.
Kwang Sing Tal, Waimea, Hawaii.
Ah Young. Asylum Lane, Palama.
J. Hayashi, King St.
Kusonoki. King 7 Alapai.
Yasumori Sasaki, Makawao
M. Matsuda. Waiakea, Hllo.
D. Kipapa, Pahoehoe, X. Kona.
Nakamura Isemato, Kaumalumalu,
Tha "Washington Mercantile Com
pany, Winder Ave. and Keamoku.
nany. Wilder Ave. and Keomoku.
S. Shimamoto, Ewa.
R. Kujohara, Kula, Maui.
Tomlta Masanoski, Front St, Hilo.
T. Yonogura, King St.
E. Sumlno. King St
W. Ringer. 1-story dwelling,
M. S. Inoraea, 1-story dwelling, cor.
'chool St. extension and Kealoha St.
Ching Turn, 2-story store and
Beretania St, ISO feet from King
md Beretania junction, $1,000.
Ching Turn. 2-story store and
Beretania street near King and
Cerctanla junction, $1,000.
Ching Turn. 2-story store and
Quean St., opposite brewery, $1,-HW.
Yee Yop 2-story store and dwelling.
iicr. King and Rebells Lane,, Palama,
Koag Chung, 2-story lodging house.
Pauoa road, near Nuuanu Str $1,000.
Felix Camro, 1-story dwelling, Quarry
Antone Enagn, 1-story dwelling on
road going to Chinese graveyard, ?S00.
Chee Sing, 2-story store and dwelling
Vineyard St, near Relief Camp No. 2,
J. H Craig. dwelline. School
St., near Fort St, 5900.
John Ouderkirk, 2-story dwelling oa
east side of Nuuanu St, back of
Sam Hoy, 1-story dwelling. School
3t. about 220 feet from Fort St., ISOCL
John Souxa, 1-story dwelling, neir
tied oa Punchbowl, opposite Mormon
Young Hin, 1-story dwelling, Haaka-
ukoi, rauiBia, jw.
?f tfQAA -
"uciinil, nEi I Egtgfitgg&Z& !
and stores, north cor. of Fort and Ho-
Rodrigues, 1-story dwelling.
Punchbowl road, above Chinese cemetery,
HIrose Shoten, 2-story lodging hou3e
In rear of old Chinese Theater, Aala.
Lee Chu. d'welUng, Pauoa
Jone Manes?, 2-story dwelling near-Queen
and Look Sts.. $1,009.
L. Ah Leong, store and tenement,
Halekauwila St.. JS00.
Geo. H. Eobertson, 2-story dwelling.
Bingham St Punahou, 11.500.
Gono Saitro, 1-story dwelling. King
Lee Tong, 2-story tenement house,
Liliha St, $1,000.
Wm. Savidge, 2-story dwelling and
store, .River St. south of cor. River and
Akana. 2-story store and dwelling.
River St.. $200.
Yokiclhi Tasaka, 2-story store and
dwelling, cor. South and Halekauwila
McDonald & Langston, 2 dwellings.
Young St, $1,000.
Fong Luane, 2-story store and dwelling,
LIlio St, $900.
E. F. Bishop, 2-story dwelling,
Nuuanu Valley, 52.200.
C. Muyamoto, 1-story dwelling, back
of Kamakapili church, $500.
Lucas Bros., 1-story dwelling, Met-calf
B. H. Kamakani, 1-story dwelling.
Laniwai St., $S00.
S. Tsumoro, 2-story store and dwelling,
Liliha St, $1,000.
J. Mexelsin, 1-story dwelling.
H. G. Boswell. 2-story dwelling.
napuni St, $S00. . ' -
Ah Yick, 1-story dwelling, Kins St.
Ching Lum, 2-story store and dwelling,
Beretania St, $1,000.
C. H. Patzig. 2-story brick hotel.
Union and Hotel Sts. ,
Hawaiian Orphanage and Industrial
School Association, Ltd.
Alexander & Baldwin, Ltd.
Pacific Land and Improvement Co.,
American Power and Water Co., Ltd.
The Mclntyre Building, Ltd.
Metropolitan Meat Co., Ltd.
Union Soda Water Co., Ltd.
Bituminous Rock Paving Co., Ltd.
PRODUCE QUOTATIONS. Wholesale
Oats, per ton, $3537.50"; barley, per
ton, $2425; hay, bale, $2.50 S4.; bran,
52122; hams and bacon, 1515c; Louisiana
rice, No. 1, $4.504.75; wheat,
per lb, 1 7-Sc; flour, per bbl., S3
1.50; Island rice, $4.755; sugar (granulated),
$6; California potatoes, 2
21-2.; bbl. salmon, $1617, Honolulu.
The mortgaged Indebtedness of the
Islands has increased since our last
Recorded instruments have been as
Deeds 189 $1,156,177.U0
Mortgages 47 150.48S.CS
Releases 31 51,311.21
Bills of Sale 11 5G,1S3.00
Chattel Mortgages ... 8 6.05S.00
Mortgages, no rate given, ?3S,400; at
" per cent, $1,500; at 6 per cent So-277.44;
at 7 per cent, $39,000; at 7 1-2
per cent, $3,000; at 8 per cent,
at 9 per cent $7,688.43; at 10
per cent, $4,100; at 12 per cent, $2,-100.
BUILDING MATERIAL PRICES.
To take effect March 1, 1900:
To take effect March 1, 1900: N. W.
rough, $2S35 per thousand; selected
stock, $3441; T. and G., .$37.5040;
Redwood rough, $303u; clear, surfaced
one side, $37.5040; Spruce, clear
surfaced, $42.5045; shingles, $3.25
1.25 per 1,000; split Redwood posts, .29
each; Lime, per bbl, $2.25; cement, per
bbl, $4.50; brick, per thousand, $212i;
?ut nails, 20d, per keg, $4.25; wire
nails, $4.25. Ad $2 on gal. 3 to 6d and
$1.50 from 8d up.
It Saved His Baby.
"My baby was terribly sick with the
liarrhoea, we were unable to cure him
with the doctor's assistance, and as a
last resort we tried Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy."
?ays Mr. J. H. Doak, of illiams. Or.
'I am happy to say it gave immediate
relief and a complete cure." For sale
by all dealers and druggists. Benson.
Smith & Co., general agents, Hawaiian
Clastifial JehrturnxnU in tiit eohatn m7?
be at 10 mis a lixvtfinl 5
anil t lute itixmd insertion; 25 emit per line per teerk
35 cextt per hut ivro teetla, cnJ 50 centi per hue pe.
MAX with $1000 to Invest In ound business
proposition. Literal return on Investment. o
rlk. (KvkI security. Address D. A. W.,
Piano UuRht by teacher, a graduate
of Lelpslc Conservatory: new quick
method, $- jier month. Special attention to
adult beclnners. Address Musician,' Republican
Office. 33-1 m
STENOGRAPHER. AND TYPEWRITER
A. T. MILES. StecocrapUer and Tvpcwrlter,
Office S15 Fort street, Telephone 133.
TRUST MONEY TO L0K OK REAL ESTATE.
Apply to E. Welters,
at the OSes ot the Occt
OXE HUXDEED Families to buy lota on the
Tract and start a suburban town at once.
This tract Is within ten minutes' wait ot the
proposed Rapid Transit Railroad. For further
particulars apply to A. F. Cooie. Eoom S. Model
TWO GOOD compositors. Apply at OSce or
THE KEPDBUCAX at o'clvck this morning.
BY ACCIDENTAL cate pentzyr. a Urso bar
colored OUItomlan JLire. weight about
star en forrfcft&d. tat condition. A little
puupuu or Irritation on lace bat healing. Vihxt
hind hoot a little white. Finder pleafd notlty
Police Station and reward wttl be paid.
Oamfortably turnlshed tront room, reduced
635 vineyard. 5 doors trom Queea hotrf.
n5bfa Street. Sapahulu. "Wal
Klkt. WW each. JEFFS
Stockholders arv riprriv nntif;wi
j that the Fourth Assessment of 5 per
vcul. vr jlwo aaa iKuars per
share on the Capital Stock of the
isdue and payable July! st,"at the office
of the undersigned, -111 Port street.
J. H. FJSHER,
Acting Treasurer Inter-Island Tele
I tP i.m.
I Hoaoiuju, June 1, 1900.
206 Merchant Street.
r fsTScn ffcSr &? rtrTrr Tcrt" 7crT5,T
Newly Built 2 Story
Cottage on Alapai
206 Mcrchint Street
OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND GO.
' " M ... - -
From and After January 1, 1900.
Dally Dally Dally Dally Dally
833 . 10:08
... . 12:32
Ewa Mill 5.-50
Pearl City 6J5
. P. DEXISOX.
Dally Dally Dally
a.m. run. p.m.
535 .... 28
6U0 .... 2&)
7U0 .... 3M
7:45 15 4ifc
8.-03 130 4:56
835 2B 5S2
F. & SMITH.
P. .fc T. AG.
The Honolulu Republican will be de--
"red to any part of the city for 75c
nr month nr $2 per quarter.
J. H. FISHER & CO,
Stock and Bond Brokers
411 FORT STBEET.
Advances Made on ApDrovcd Security
Metropolitan Meat 60.
108 KING STREET.
G. J. WALLER, ... Manager.
Wholesale and Retail
BT THE BARKS "J. C. PFLUGER" AND "M. E. WATSON."
WeHave Received a Large Assortment of
Crosse & Blackwel!
BICARBONATE OF SODA,
?INTS and OILS
CORRnGATED IRON, Etc., CEMENT
FIREBRICKS, CARBOLINIDM, STOCKHOLM
TAR, BUCKETS, TUBS, TKPLATES,
SAUCEPANS, TEAKETTLES, Etc
H. lACKFELD ft CO., LTD.
Fnrntnre at San Francisco Prices
No More Duty ! No Entry Charges ! No Consul Fees I
Thereforere will give onr customers the hnnpfif
- - V.
m v. .- . - . ... .
louuouoie Moslems, wiui mattress
and pillow complete, f S6.
10Q best qualitf big h beds, 87.
30 White Enaaelea Iron beds, brass
np; feather pillows
Xeele Wilson Sewing Machine,
Bedroom seta, 7 piecei straight frozr
Mattresses of every description, woo:
excelsior, hair, fibre, etc., from 12 up!
Mirrors, all sizes, prices and styles,
from 10c to 310. '
Hapsiny Lamps, lanterns, crockery
Unware, hardware, etc., at less tha.
Boota teat to wri, 5 eenta pr Tolniae. 3000 boolca to choose from.
L. S. MATHEWS & SON,
SetonH, Fort d Notmu MrNty. yQ. as Be4i
qiff i f nrmtJT' " mff 'i ir -V "1 'IT 'HTf i" " "" c .
BOWOKIKI JMTDMJGiJS, SttttUtt, AWJTO I, IK
If tou want
If you want to buy a
, If yon want to sell your houe
If yoa want to rent yoar In- !
If yoa have something to au t;
Garner of Merchant and Alakea St.
a aa aa ea aa ss w fcj a a
Apples, Pears", Grapes,
Plums, Oranges, Peaches,
Oysters, Cal. & Eastern;
Salmon, Bass, Sole,
LEWIS & GO,,
Grocers, Sole Aoents.
111FOKTST. TEL. 241-
Jobbing Promptly Attended to
CAPITAL $,0U0,OO".00 .
J. H. FISHER,
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
J. H. PISHEH.
Agent Hawaiian Islands.
Abstracts and Csrilcates of
Money to Loan on Real Estate
ffawaiian Ballasting Co.
NO. 16, QUEiLT ST.
Curbing, Black and
Soil of all Description for
T)rays for Hire.
.& J A,e. i lit,
5- W &J. . lagSQS l.e tstsbaaSdai&sBmosik St, --..,
Oa Draught or in Bottles
at the ..
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