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THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, THURSDAY, JANUARY 9. 1902.
f 1 ' ; )W ) F. H. Redward Contractor and Builder 42 Punchbowl Street Telephone BLUE 1701. Jobbing Promptly Attended to. Telephone White SOL : Jobbing Promptly Attended To. OSCAR SELLERS PLUMBING. Oflce and Shop: ill Beretanla. Near Alapal Street Pvaplag Station. SEWER WORK A SPECIALTY. WHY? Not keep ycur hore at the tote I Stables Where the feed it good, the conditions sanitary, attention prompt and kind, and RATES MODERATE JAMES BROWN. Proprietor, FISH MARKET BOOTH Win. J. ARNOLD, Manager. HAS CONSTi.NTl,Y ON HAND A CHOICE LINE OF Imported and Domestic Meats; Fish; Live and Refrigerated Poultry, Butter, Eggs, Cheese, Potatoes, Fruits and Veuetablea. Two deliveries daily to try place within city limits at 9 a. m. and 3 p. in. Customers desiring to have their orders delivered are respectfully re quested to call and leave the same ' prior to the hours above named. Telephone Bain 379,. ICE .'. ICE Delivered to all parts of the city. Oahu Ice & EleGtric Go. Phone 3151 Bluo Kk -FOR ONE WEEK ONLY- BIG SHIRT Mf fl!5T SfiLE LAST ALL IMPORTED GOODS of stylish fashions. Don't Saturday, Jan. 11th. A. A. MONTAr0, Prop H. F. DAVISON, MOP. ARLINGTON BLOCK. Phone Main 311. Get Your Horses From fflll ' -- Bit Wj - --EsBhBMMBMBfcsiSfi'TtM m. " M C TI TERRITORY STABLES A MODERN LIVERY, up-to-date In every particular, first-class boarding. Rigs delivered and called for In any part of the city. S. F. Thornas? Manager. L iNewYorkDental Parlors. Room 4, Elite Building, Hotel Street THE DENTAL SPECIALISTS. No More Dread of the Dental Chair. Teeth extracted 2nd filled absolutely wttbott pain by our late scientific methods. No sleep-producing agents or cocaine. These are the only dental parlors In Honolulu that hare the pat ent appliances and Ingredients to ex tract, fill and apply gold crowns and porcelain crowns, undetectable from natural teeth, and warranted for ten years, without the least particle of pain. Gold crowns and teeth without ' plates, gold filling:: and all other den-' tal work done painlessly and by spe cialists, i Gold crowns, $5; full set teeth, $5; bridge work, $5; gold silver fillings, 50c. filling, $1 up; j H0 PLMtS ntu Any work that should not prove sat isfactory will be attended to free of charge any time within 5 years. i We are making a specialty cf gold crowns and bridge work; the most! beautiful, painless and durable of all dental work known to the profession. Our name alone E'fil faSCVC jm pn rsi iMiiif i Y v lliv we'll i L L .V frMr e will be a guarantee' that the kindergartens have been able ' difference in the ,Hfferent Indiidnal .T1 ln- o take children of all nationalities to-, Haiian Hdr Mr that your work have a specialist in each departmenL Best operators, best gold workmen and extractors of teeth; in fact, all the staff are Inventors of modern dentis try. We will tell you in advance ex actly what your work will cost by free examination Give us a call and you will find we ''o exactly as we adver- tlse. flUMIIIMRS' Room 4 Elite Building, Hotel St. LADIES IN ATTENDANCE. Office open from 8 a. m. to 6 p. m. .Make appointments for evening. Wela Ka Hao Saloon. QUEEN STREET. JUST OPENED. COOL DRINKS. FINE CIGARS. Tumble in some day! Mckenzie & Thompson, prep's. . . the very latest and most S fonret, it will close on $ I HOTEL STREET. v L P. 0. Box 57 . 5? IS Telephone Main 35 lo Get TTHPTr A I? HONOLULU TEACHERS': t- . " ifliffifinlfifts F.nnnnnffirp.rl In fhp fc . & . A U IU V Kindergartens of This City. i s CHILDREN OF MINT RAGES ATTEND INFLUENCE OF THE SCHOOLS IS SHOWING ITSELF ON THE PARENTS. Cleanliness and Self-Reliance Are Es - pecially Impressed on the Minds of the Little Ones Pick Up Eng lish Language Very Quickly Plague Time Benefits the Schools There is hardly any city in the world where the kindergartens meet with as difficult and complex a problem as do the kindergartens of Honolulu, and the teachers have to contend with hundreds of obstacles which are pre sented owing to the diverse races and languages of the" population of this city. Every morning, with the excention 1 of Saturdays and Sundays, one Canchildren as the would in child.-tn of! see groups of little tots of all races ! a more advanced age. Still there haoles, Japanese, Chinese, Hawaiians and Portuguese, trotting along to the kindergartens, and at rioon the same little crowds can be seen on their way home from the schools. One Result of the Plague. It is only comparatively recentlv gether in one school. This, curiously enough is one of the few benefits j which the plague time brought Hono- j lulu. Previous to the plague the dif- ferent nationalities attended separate, kindergartens, but during the plague, when all the various races were crowded together in camps and bar- racks, the races were thrown together and mingled to such an extent that after that time the kindergartens ex perienced no difficulties In having the umerent races in the same classes. It seems as if a great deal of bene fit is derived by this system. Nothing but English is spoken in the schools. I and as the children have to use this j language in their conversations with i one another. It is found that those who know English unconsciously act as teachers for those who do not. As a general rule the children experience but little difficulty in pieking up Eng lish, but special attention Is uaid bv , the teachers that they learn thecor j rect language and not the mixed pig I eon-English which is generally spoken on the streets. All the words and j ( phrases used by the teachers are of, the simplest construction and areiK. E. Herbert; mortgage.; R. P. 7S5, ' spoken very clearly in order that the! Kul. 2053, R. P. 17S6, Kul. 5S19. R. P. children can get the correct enuncia- 5S9. Kul. 2051. Aiea, Ewa. Oahu; $V i tion. Great patience is exercised to 00- Bo3k 227 PaSe 492- Dated De- have the children understand every word said, ana a phrase will be repeat ed time and time again uiitil the teacher is sure thai every child will grasp it. i Social Work Quietly Done.' While the work done in the kinder- H. Gorman and wife to G. L. Sam-i garten itself il more or less the same son- deed: lots 9- 10- n- 12- 13- u- 15 as that done in other places. It is the!and 16' block" 40- Kaimuki tract- Ho great sociological work which is qui-! nolulu' 0ahu: $5' Boonk: 229 page 309- etly carried on by the kindergartens , that is the most important feature; ' but this is done in so unostentatious a manner that it is very apt to be , overlooked by the casual observer. Cember 27 1901. The children who attend the kinder-, 3. Kapu to Ah Wai; lease; piece j gartens for a great part represent the land and portion building. Pala, Ha ' coming generation of the labor ele- mak'ualoa, Maui; ten years at $60. 1 ment of these Islands, and the work , Dated May 25. 1901. ; of the kindergartens is invaluable, as ' L. Knluaokele and husband to First' it trains these children, who later will National Bank; mortgage, portion R- come so important a class in our' developing their characters while ( they are so young that the habits formed now will cling to them all their lives. x Virtue cf Cleanliness. Cleanlinoss Is one great virtue cember 2. 1901. which Is constantly impressed upon Recorded December 31, 1901. the minds of the children. It often s. A. Macy to G. H. Huddy; re hanoens that, a child when first at- lease: Diece land. Kalihi, Honolulu, tendinc the kindergarten will be very s Oahu; $432. Book 227. page 377. Dat- ?x Fit Guaranteed. Best Workman untidv on arrival in the morning. The , eil December 2S. 1901. ship. Lowest Prlcea. teachers will then Immediately wash, the child and make it as clean as pos- sible. The teachers state that with i very few exceptions the child will sv.on take a pride in coming to school cleR- ani neat The Influence of the kindergarten also extends beyoud the children and Into the homes of the parents. Moth ers meetings are held regularly at the kindergartens and are attended by the mothers qf the little ones. At these meetings they are Instructed Dy the. teachers to keep themselves and their homes neat, and how to take proper care of their children. This work Is certinly bringing very good re&ks. i WW I real Teachers Visit the Heme. Maay people think that the work of the kladergartes teacher becies asd ends with xhe dally period ia the schooL This is a big mistake. The teachers are constantly visiting U . bo"es Ae cUWrea olBEreIr 1 1, rtr- , . . . , ,.. , nisi to J&&h.e iS? fntCBiS JSeejI UCI' 'homs neat aad hygienic. It will ioXioa bo 5n tj,? th t.rk.r 4 9 sociological worker of no mean . porcance aao, au&oesn tae greatest results are of coarse expected fron the eofBiag generatioB which has beaeited from the instruction la kin Iderjgartens and public schools, still I the influence through the children oa the parents, aad oa the parents Ji rect, is constantly showing good re sults. Self-Rellance Taught. A great feature of the work in th j kindergartens is the teaching of self-reliance to the children and pre- paring them to take care of them selves as they will have to do in their later life. They are taught to make their own books and impl ments in the school and everv -m- j dergarten of the city can sho .v ,i ' number of rakes, tools, baskets aM various other - easily made arti i-s ' which, although somewhat crude, are ! yet made so that they can be used I by the children. National Characteristics. Concerning the traits and special characteristics of the children atten ding the kindergartens it is said ly the teachers that these traits do not show nearly as much in the little . are some distinct social chara "tens tics. The Japanese child is uuickl and easily Imitates whatever he sees.! He is more superficial, however, than the Chinese who, while not very quick to grasp an idea, will retain what he has once learned. With the Hawaiians there seems to bo more 7'" nsnt aml otM ver-v, ' he chWre; a er notwithstanding the difference in racef and the sight of a k!n(lergar ten in session with th children jf various nationalities In their hetero geneous clothing,, sitting at work around the low tables, is a very in terestmg one, REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS The following transactions in real estate have been recorded: Recorded December 26, 1901. I J. A. Aheone to Hawaiian Commer cial & Sugar Company; extension of lease: Grant 2140, Makaida, Koolau, Maui: thirty years at $250. Book 233, page 5. Dated September 23, 1901. Recorded December 27, 1901. J. A. Paakiki and husband to Ho nokaa Sugar Company; lease; R. P. 94G. Haina. portion Grant 2465. Papaa nui, Hamakua. Hawaii; twelve years at $920. Book 22S, page 416. Dated December 4. 1901. M. K. Mikaleint and husband to cember 24. 1901. J .A. Paakiki and husband to Hono-', kaa Sugar C omrany; mortgage; Grant 946, Haina, Hamakua, Hawa'i; $600. Baok 227, page 494. Dated De cember 4, 1901. Recorded December 28, 1901. 1 uaieu Liecemuer (, iut. Kalaweaumoku and wife et al. to Ho Poi; lease: piece land. Kahehuna. ! Honolulu. Oahu: twenty-fia years at $70 Book 22S page 41S. Dated m. P. 1240. Kul. 4917. Kievela. piece 'and. j Owa. Wailuku. Maui; $1500. Book! 232. pace 9. Dated December 27, 190L Recorded December 30, 1901. H. B. Penhallow to Trustees Oahu ! College: mortgage; lot 3. block 1", 'College Hills tract, Honolulu. Oahu: : $1050. Book 227. page 4S6. Dated De- i1"5- -Vana to Ho Sun; lease: R- P. 6240. Kul. 7723. Mananaiki. Ewa. Oa hu: fifteen years at $20. Book 233.' page 9- Dated December 23. 1SS9 j Ho Sun to Honolulu Plantati-n' Company; assignment of lease; R. P. 6240. Kul. 7723. Manaiki. Ewa. Oa hu; 51. Book 233, page 10. Dated June 23. 1901. Recorded January 2. 1902. Hut of Walkane to Wing Wo Tal & j Company: lease; 2 26-100 acres In I hal land o Kalaeloa. Koolaupoko, Oa hu; ten years t 540. Bock 233, pago 10. Dated December 13, 1901. New Ice Cream Paricrs. f 1) G. Camar5no3 has recently open- ed up a dainty and neat ice cream' parlor, corner of Alakea and Kir-S-1 Everything clean and tasty. Icej cream, cool drinks, etc Doa"t fall to drop In. j Gall p Pheae 215 aad st our ararw i as Bwkfaiadiar aad Baling. Republican i ecr. I Pain-Killer. the old .'nd wU-kaowai remedy has acquired a world-wide re-' Mn.M J4l Y . ....A w3 ml . T19 !? ." i Wl mr liv i aiwucu lm.-. fooshs. etc.. weak stomach, indlges- 1MB. entmp or psm in tae siomaca. fishwl Mininlninf iHnr-ltAAQ iru) dire v---. vwt-.-.. .-..- -. -..- t alrv. It has lost none of its good ! nima Kt Kkvqfal fHala Vtf Tn. tinues to occupy a prominent position in every family medicine chest. Avoid substitutes there is bit one Paln KiUer Perrv Davis'. Price 2 "v. and 5-V. an Ijiquais distilled from the choicest yields of field and vineyard, bottled with the utmost care and skill, and delivered at your door the finest tonics and in vigorants you can get. VHAT SHALL WE SEND YOU? come in and make a selection; we guarantee the quality. lOFFSBHUEBEB 61. LIO. The Pioneer Wine and Liquor House, i No 25 King St., near Bethel. A Gup of Good Goffee To get a real good cup of Coffee you'll have to start back of the ac tual making. You'll have to look to the roasting and grinding. LEWIS' CELEBRATED COFFEE Is a high grade blend, but moder ately priced. 30c. the pound. Roasted three times a week anil ground three times a day from goo old Kona coffee. Always pure and fre3h. LEWIS & CO., LTD. 1066 Fort St. 240 Three Telephones 240. G. IRWIN I GO., LTD ; ooo J Wm. G. Irwin.. President & Manager ( Pinna C?iraoLDle Tief lrt PoaMonf . k,...,..., k .v. Vr- JI- GI2ard Second Vice President H. M. Whitney. Jr...Treas. and Sec'y OOO Sugar Factors AND Commission Agents. 000 AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic S. S. Co. Of San Francisco, Cal. H. HflMflND Japanese ......... Importer of PrvducU . . Provisions and Wines . . iCor. King and Smith Streets Ladies' Underwear Ipjrl it yZPM Jmwm2tm 1 m I 1 1 SKIRTS and CHEMISES . Miitr,Or.lCraiidKeptlnStock BOILERS. SUGAR MILLS. COOL nDCCCM AIIMr-l iERS. BRASS and LEAD CASTLNGS L-'ritOOlVIMMlMOi land Machinery of every description . , c,,.. jrryrjAND ATEJTOZ LJ. SUN, X&r Fahi St. YSOGASHOTEN; IMPORTER AND DEALER IX JAPANESE PROVISIONS and General Merchandise! JAPANESE LIQUOR, direct from ' KOBE, JAPAN. .Sole Asents for RYOKO MASAMUNE. i Kiss Street. Phone Main S2 X WeMYoii For Tour Trade 5ai7itary 5teaT Ring up 1IAIN 73, and our LXXXXCXCCCOCCCCOCOOOCXXOC California Harness Shop Fort Street, zitr.r - tv J- w Wssssrssw ?Vndrew Dsher & Go.'s SPECIAL 5) SCOTCH WHISKEY "none equal.- W. PEACOCK SOLE AGENTS. ....... ; The Coyne Furniture Co., IS OFFERING SOME BEAUTIFUL BEDROOM SETS AT HOLIDAY PRICES. ASH. ELM and PINE. In WHITE MAPLE. BIRDSEYe'" f " Tri j 3Sg MAPLE, OAK. MAHOGANY, itz s&Jb ." ' -f ft OTlic lroj-ress JLSloclc. FORT STREET 5 " CONDON'S" NIGHT PATROL RELIABLEWATCHMEN FURNISHED FOR Buildings, Business Property AND Residences ALSO Ships and Docks myyyyoccxyyCGCGGC&OGC?yycGCGGC FpedPhilp&BPD. IURXEs? MM"FrTtRERS A.VD REPIREHn.... Wright Building. King St. JPHOKE BLUE 2651. I 9&C&CKXKKXZXXXXyOQCXfiC THE ALOHA SALOON DOIVN BY THE IKON VTORKS For a Good, Tasty Schooner O IT JB I 3E DR. . KLEMHE BROS., Proorietors. HoniuiunIori$Co .STEAM ENGINES. imade to order. Particular attention t paid to ship's blacksmlthlng. Job work exe"Ued on shortest notice. Beaver . Lunch . Rooms. H. J. NOLTE, : : : ; Fort Street Propr. Just received a new lot of celebrated fl ill.'.V'H (1IJ11IIU j vur ii New York Capaduras, Washington, Alliton, Union de Cuba, Grand Republic, Etc. Having made large additional to oar machinery, we are now able to lana der Spreads, Sheets. PIHo'ar Slips, Napkins and Towels at the rate of 25 cents per DOZEN CASH. k Strictly Up-to-Daie and . Sanitary Laundry laundry ?o., ltd. wagons will call for your work. Opposite Club Stables. nqr,UFKTURL;R5 OF SINGLE DOUBLE DRAT DELIVERY EXPRKSS s CARRIAGE REPAIRING D. O. HAMMAN. ! ltESEKVE & CO. ; 4 & taHtol br-sV 'lyj; t-ife-. "Si 3hi'Efc -., ,v, Sriff 'i Rates Reasonable hi &- 2 PHONE BLUE 1211. OFFICE: 1249 FORT STREET. HART & GO., Ltd. Elite Ice Cream Parlors. Finest resort in the city. SODA WATER AND ICE CREAM ilnde from Pure Fruit Syrnpe. CHOCOLATES AND BON BONS. BAXZBY LUNCH. i fresh m wm Supplied daily with fresh killed meats and Vegetables. also . A LARGE GROCERY DEPARTMENT FRUITS. ETC., ETC Orders delivered to any part cf tha city. C. a. YEE HOP & CO. Corner Beretania and Alaxea. Phoxd Bute 25 I Germania Saloon !r"- Proper. 604 Quan Street, cor. South. Headquarters for Honolulu Prime Beer. In bottles and on draught. Air ways Ice-Cold. We can give you tha best glass of Beer in town. wm ft .I.. - M. ""' 1