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THE MAUI NEWS
-SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1907
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U. S. Bonds 6,250.00
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Portuguese 'Assisted to Return.
While it Is n fact that a number of
Portuguese who left these islands on
steamers bound for San Francisco
ami which same i.ulgration has caus
ed those who have the islands' wel
fare and promotion at heart, to sit
up and tak notice, it Is also true that
a number of these selfsame Portu
guese, who departed for the Coast in
anticipation of high wages, have had
their dreams of riches shattered and
have returned here.
Those who came hack by the last
steamer are very close-mouthed as
to labor prospects on tho Coast. But
it. is learned, from authentic sources,
thai complications, labor unions, and
such like have taken a hand. It is
stated that an association has been
formed in San Francisco for the pur
pose of assisting the Portuguese.
who left Honolulu, to return here.
The association, it is said, will, pre
sent to each Portuguese desifiiig to
return a steerage ticket good from
San Francisco to Honolulu, for $5,
the association paying tho balance of
the price of the ticket.
Hie association has opened a book
ing office for the above nurnoso and
many Portuguese names are entered
for return on the five-dollar basis'
It is claimed that a number of P01
tuguese who returned, by the last
Alameda, came through on the $5
Subscribe for the Maui New?, $2.50 a Year.
Great Test Cnse Ended by
Deoth slaved proceedings, unless
thoy had already been determined in
Washington, in the celebrated ease
which was to test the validity of the
leper segregation laws of Hawaii
which have been in force, with more
or less rigor, for over forty years.
Mikala Ivaipu did of ceneraldelilily
at the Tvulibi rectiving station yes
terday morning. When she was pro
nounccd a loner bv tln mmlinnl ov.
ammipg board a year or two ago, a
writ of habeas coi mis to set her fret
was sued out and vigorously fought
through, in the Hinted States Dis
trict Court, by her attorney, C. V.
Ashfortl. Judge Dole denied the
writ and an appeal was taken to the
Supreme Court of the United Statos,
which hid not been decided, so far as
known, before tho woman's death.
The case, dies with the subiect
thereof if not previously decided.
Last Friday evening a surprise
party was given to Mrs. Hurlem. at
her home bv a largo number of her
Mrs. Hiirlem and children had been
under quarentine owing to a ease of
di'ptheria appearing, in tho family
and on the play previous had been
Amopg those present wore: Mr.
and Mrs. J. Garcia, Mr. and Mrs.
Cederlnf, Mr. and Mrs. M. Vicira,
Mr. Mrs. M-. R. Poreira, Mrs. T. 13.
Lyons, Mrs. IC. Johnson, Mrs. Han-
sen, Miss M. Aiidrade. A good time
was had until quite a late hour.
To Ignore VVjillnch?
It is quite probable that "Doctoi"
J. Lor Wallach, in spite of the reso
lotions passed by the House and
Senate, will not have his much-desired
whack at the lepers, either at
tho settlement at Knlaupapa or at
the receiving station at Kalilu. The
Hoa d of Health may decide not to
grant him its permis'-ion to experi
ment on its unforunate charges and
Wallach will prnhabli very soon find
out that if he tries to buck up against
Hie Hoard he is up tuninst a pretty
luu d proposition.
The Wallach matter was consider
d by the Hoard of Health yesterday
afternoon. The meeting was he'd in
executive session and none ol thoe
present, will r'.lvulge what tianspired.
P esidi ut Pinkl-am submitted a plan
urdor which Wallach should conduct
hi expt-rijnei.ts without theslihtest
interference by the Hoard and under
which he even drew pay from the
Government during the six months
which wero alloted to him, but the
proposition evidently stuck in the
throats of the Hoard, and the pro
position, which was in the form of a
letter, which was to be sent to the
Legislature, was, it is said, cot
Just what the grounds for the
Hoard's stand aie cannot bo ascer
tained at present. That it has good
legal ground to stand on may bo con
sidered fairly certain, especially since
Attorney General Peters attended 1
the meeting tn his capacity as a
member of t,ho Board. It is proba
ble that the Hord takes tho stand
that a resolution is not a law, and
that it rests secure in the feeling
that no bills could bo passed after
today, which would not bo subject to
tho fatal pocket veto.
Wiggins Predicts New Stcstmcr
Tho Los Angols Times of pril 1
contains tho following interesting
article on the results of the Ohio ex
cursion as vioWed by Frank Wiggins
Frank Wiggins, secretary of the
Los Angeles Chamber of Commerce,
stood on tho bridge of the steamship
Ohio in San Pedro Harbor, yestei
day afternoon, and as he watched the
Honolulu excursionists disembark,
"The trip was a sucwoss. It was
really a remarkable undertaking to
handle such a large company, make
such an extensive itinerary, and gel
all hands safely back to the port of
departure without a single accident
to maj the affair, and without a single
caso of serious sickness.
"Thero was somo dissatisfaction,
and I must admit that I never before
had so much troublo in my life in try
ing to do my very be,t for the mom
bors of the party. Hut I believe fully
eighty per coct of tho excursionists
will agree with me that taken all in
all the trip was a good one, and one
which will be of great benefit to Los
Angeles uid Southern California.
"I believe it is the beginning of an
important line of commercial steam
ers between San Pedro and Honolulu.
We have the money in sight now,
practically, and this very week we
shall take up the ma'.ter and strike
while the iron is hot.
"Honolulu people want to do busi
ness with us; wo want their business
These mutual wants will work out a
now factor in the coinmorce of thK
Coast that will be of far reaching
benefit to Southern California.
"I expect very soon to see a re
jrular stenmor line in operation be
tween San Pedro and the Hawaiian
Without passing judgment on tho
TIadley school case, this papiy wants
to draw a lino under a denunciatory
remark made by one of the school
commissioners in connection with it:
"He (Inspector Davis) appointed a
stranger who had, never taught in
these islands." Just the technical
nature of that dire offense we do not
know, but wo feel at liberty to pre
sume that it is an infraction of all
that is sacred in tho unwritten but
none tho less potent Hawaiian Ex
elusion Act and that loss of position
and eventual banishment, as are im
plied, would be the only fit punish
mont for it.
Perhaps if the crimo could be made
statutory it would set a needed ex
ample to all tho other parts of the
Union whore an unpatriotic local
sentiment never thinks of asking
whoro a teacher was born but only
wlut ho. knows and how well he can
impart his knowledge to cithers. In
any Eastern or Western Stato so
benighted are the peoplo there when
a teacher is wanted, word is sent far
alirld, right over the heads of needy
neighbors, for one of tho right Kind
University Presidents a thousand
miles away, are aeked to recommend
a graduate; advr rtisemonts are
placed in educational journals; some
times committees go wayfaring half
way across the continent for the sake
of employing a man or woman whose
reputation as a teacher has travers
ed a dozen States. Hut in their iguo
ranco they never have insisted that
the teacher chosen should havo been
born in the locality -vhere he is tn bo
employed; and th-it i. ime -i-lu nl, for
home people, whether the teachers
know anything or not, is the only
true principle ly which to carry on
an educational establishment and
make it grow. "
And what mukes the matter look
wqrse for the mainland people is the
fact that they have tho assurance,
with the illumined example, of Hawaii
before them, to defend their heinous
practices, to sin againt light, as it
were. Thero are those callous enough
to sny that tho best things in teach
ers as in fruits, do not always grow
1 1 home; that it is actually an ad
vantage for a child to bo taught by
some one who has had experiences
outside tho hedgerows within which
ho finds the childjand that knowledge
and facility in teaching aro of more
account than even the proud honor,
of being a fellow villager from birth
especially a fellow villager who needs
a job and might just as well teach as
to do. iinything eNc. The vital ques
tion tf geographical prollciency is
In the Utoj ia we are approaching
and in which we shall bo ensconced
long before the elTete Eastencrs ar
rive, it will bo the 'duty as well as
the pleasure of boards of - education,
when an unfnriiili;r 'face appears
among those of applicants for teach
ing to emulate the Vorkshirnnan
wlio said to another of his kind in a
"Who matiii that be?'
"A straight-, monl"
"Then 'cave 'a i f a brick aljm."
Snilor Drowned In the linrbor.
Wednesday evening a sai'or by the
name of Charles Nelson tvas drowned
in Ka'nului harbor by the accidental
upsetting of the small boat in which
he and Mr go companions were en'
deavoring to make their ship, the S.
The sailors had been on shore for
the evening and linil imbibed too
heavily. Thoy took their bout for I he
Ship about, midnight and on the way
out one of the men decided 1o got out.
of the bout ft' d swim to the ship.
His companions tried to prevent
this when the boat was, upset and all
fourmen thrown into the sea. One
of the men mieeeeded in swimming to
a barge where he --lept for the night.
Two of the me. succeeded in swiinm
iig ashore while one, Charles Nelson
was drowned. His body was recov
ered the following morning by the
Tug Leslie HaUhvin, A conncrs in
quest wns hud and returned a ver
dict that t he deceased came to his
death by accidental drowning. Sheriff
SalVen- petsoiuilly conducted the inquest.
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