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THE MAUI NEWS
SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12, 1910
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i THE HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUSTXO. Ltd
BUYS AND SELLS REAL ESTATE, STOCKS & BONDS
WRITES FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
NEGOTIATES LOANS AND MOKTGAGES
S A List of High Grade Securities mailed on application
HONOLULU. HAWAT1 o r. r. o.
1 ' . i V. J JUA i)tU
School Letter Editoria
Correspondent Takes Up That Brought Forth Papa
ichool Question. - kou Letter.
Best quality for the money
That'a what you can depend on when you deal with
us. Our departments are always well stocked with
the best and freshest of goods. We mean just what
we say. Call at our store and be convinced that you
can save time and money by dealing with up.
The Laiiaina Store
b.y Goods, Groceries, Boots and Shoes,
Plantation Supplies, etc.
LAHA1NA, MAUI. . '
WB HAVE THEM IN ALL SIZES
EASTMAN FILMS and
PRBMO FILM PACKS
Put up in Tin Tubes to protect them from the tropical weather.
Seed, Hammer and Cramer Plates
HONOLULU PHOTO SUPPLY CO.
A NEW FRAME
MAKES A NEW PICTURE
Let us re-frame yours.
Large assortment of
latest designs in picture
moulding Just received
per S. S. Hyades.
All kinds of picture framing
done at reasonable rates.
.will be sweetened by getting into a pair
hese. COLLEGE Broad toe, Has or Ox.
The quality of these shoes backed 'against
nythihg made and sold at $4.00 and we
, mean every word of it. We sell them at
"$4.00 anU tje man who buys them gets
more than he ordinarily expects.
We have them in both high and low, in
Tan, Russia and Black Vici.
Add 25 cents fpr Freight.
MANUFACTURER'S SHOE COMPANY, Ltd.
1051 FORT STREET, , :- :. HONOLULU.
oft a ;
e are in receipt of the -follow- In this issue of th.. x ,....
: ... . . "t'f
in sr rnrn mnnirartnn t rri nnfmii.. r. . ...
..win in j hi i mi mi ica i ion iroin one of iluur s
citizens whoseopinion is worthy of thinkers and most active citizens
consideration, relative to educational questions and
January Z4Ui 15)1(1 more particularly to the controversy
Kilitnr "Mii-i Vp.i." 1 .. . .1 . .
-- , ijcuveen me rapaikou school ami
uear,&ir: ' the editor of the Tribune
In your issue of Saturday Jan. The editorial which w,. i,.if
z&il. you print an extract froirt a by tlie sch.xil isiriven herewith, nn.
Hilo paper, under the heading while we do not agree in toto witl
1 KIBUNP. hditor scored." the editorial in the main, the editor
i ne leuer which is purported to is right.
ln... 1 it A 1 1 I I 11....
.mv ueen wriueu oy nve ot the The views expressed by Com
pupils of the Papaikou Public niissioner J. T. M.ir
School, is of very considerable in- tional system of the Ten-it,. Ui.,,M
icicoi io uioge wno are concerned le of im-nt. nh.....
in 1 ublic School matters. those who nav narticnbir ntw;..,,
unless your readers know what to matters ednent.ion.-il. but to n.
was in the article written by the tax-payer. The educational system
imo suitor, it is impossible to of todav will iWrmin.. M... a,w.;..i.
juuge whether the abovementioned gical conditions of the Islands a few
ieer was jusunaole, or only a con- years from now. and in a onntrv
cocted piece of pert flippancy and where the problems to he mot.
gratuitous insult. so different from those cneimnt.oi-prl
Yah Viovo .mill .i i. i..... I ..i i . .....
.... , nuuiicmu iiib iciier. I '"lsewiiere. loo lunch nttcntif.n min
now publish the Tribune article' tot not be paid to the education of tho
wmcn me letter was an answer, growing population.
and let us see what there is in tnis. "for manv venrs ivist. it 1.n lu.n.i
-.111. - " v"
anu oniige, a stock phrase in Haw.aii tlmt ,,r
lours very truly, school system was wonderful
MAUI CITIZEN. Strangers have been much impres
J oiorm an intelligent conclusion sed. and. as a matter of f.mt tl.
of the merits of the controversy one sight of a motley crew of minute
should hrst read the editorial of I fawaiians, Chinese, Japanese and
me irioune of January 4th which children of other races discussing
caneu ionn me reply of the I'apai- specific gravity, astronomy etc. etc
KOU SCIIOOi. I W'ould oilite luitiirnll
, i x w ....vv. ,ih.j. vviir1!-
ehave not this at hand now derable admiration f.r tl
but give the reply of the Ti ibunes who had been able to nrod lien siu'l
editor which is as follows: a state of affairs
However, as Mr. Moir points
LSUilii) ArMJ SCJENCE. out, the question is: how great is
Tb Pnr77T,.. o... thc Poetical benefit which has U-vn
- i.unnuu ,l. ,mlf. t . ,
i i .. . ,. - - . i iiv i nvii iiuni wiien an i iiucaiion ,m si.
otnuui, njiuHeinieresungcommuni. u n.-. i.:i 1 i
4 ii ""!, uiiu, seconu, oy me
cation to this paper is printed in L. u.. A i-. o .
- i itfiiiiiiiinii v hi. t'trtrttr it i u nil
anouier column, take exception to well to m a! n o
the lribune's recommpniatiiii thai . . . .
.,,.,,. . , . strangers by such show lessons as
wic Fuuui;c BuiiuuiB in general omit . ... . ,
o.i: .1 ii , ... ,c 'ven, out, mis aione uoes
the studies of the so-called hither L
hr.no).... n,l.,ni.ti...t v.Lx."1"'3 1U1 money
- ."" uuimc tus tuns WIllUl oinii .. 1 1
, . , . ,, . . iii iiiuhiiui eucii an eouca-
io iiuw uevoieu 10 inpRp inr thAi.. ,. ...
... . uon. Micli an education, in many
... umic in iinraii .,., .1 . .1. . i-ii . .i
, - wblb, iun-s hui in me cniui u me
ui itneues. Ii-t i i i .,,
. , , , wmcn ne win encounter on
-cv..., iiunciu, iu iiiuor i i,,:lw ,.i,i t ... .
.i .i . . ,, , ., . I "-"' DV.IUJW1., in ninny iiisuinces
uder the tmpress.on that the Tn- it is more of ft
bune considera tho otn.li. n( I .... ..
on; ; n . cllud- Hawaii needs an agricul-
cences, literature history etc. as turnl ixiIatio,, . and the bulk of
beinor useless uliwli ia nVcnlntnln .. . '
" , the output of the schools must seek
erronious. There can be no doubt ti.; i;. m 1 i .-n- .1 -i
,,.... ,, . , ... , , their livelihood by tilling the soil,
but that th.e study of these branches ntwi ti, !.... ,i 1
.... ' , , . a,nd the Loy whos training has
contribute greatly to the broaden- golie in the ((f 8l.n sdcn.
ing and training of the human tifie ai.d derifal matters, will not
mind, and that they are to a cer- iu ..,,, , .,, ... ,, , .,
. . . f we satisfied with a hoe himahana '
tain degree of practical use. How- : 1. mm ... , ,
,. ,., .. Jub- I he consequence is, it woul(
ever, the point which the Tribune ,, .1 . ,
tlo,' a . r , . x, ... ' seem, that the JeriJtory has HjHnt
T . ,. "lc its good money 111 producing a
"iiwij ungiiv niiuiu Duuie oppor
tunities for the acquiring of such
knowledge, it is making a mistake
where it includes them in the cur
riculum of all the schools. We
need an agricultural population.
duct for which there is no market,
or at least, its production far ex
ceeds the demand.
''There is no doubt that the schools
can do much towards giving Hawaii
a f.iv .....I... ;4..ii: . 1 ..ii : .
.. , . - - 1 niwio jiiu'ijiui'iii uiiu t'liicieiii
generally speaking, and to the Li.,., ,..;..,....: t tl :. ,
..... , , glll.UHUllB 111,111 11 IMS
agncultunst in embryo the know- luul 5ll tllft w ,lllt .,. f)l,v
ledge of carpentry, blacksmithing, tho lilllit of tlie thn;e j,,
plant cultivation, etc., is of more u ;s u; .
... . . 'Di oniviinj ui ijiu Kmn iijasses
practical use than a smattering of Gf the population, giving them, to
literature history and pseudo- quote Mr Moi
science. It might, of course, be very k,.u 1 hm. 1 .1 . 1
1 . ,. ., .... I ivailllllJJ. lliv lOCili HCIIOOI
desirab e if the pupils could be in- Lystem ,ms for yt,ars
" uucu " "cieu mm UW UeaUX whelmed with "I'edagogy," "meth
arts,as well as in the practical Is' ' and fads of all kinds, and it
branches, though even then it is is .to lie honed that Mr. Mir' ,nll
to be objected that such an educa- t i. .1.: 1
tion would to a great extent unfit v. 1 .. i t
... ... . . , , the level of common sense will be
u..u u.BBitl.siy uw majoruy 01 me 1 hc,.y ; ir., .::. ,.;,.;, ia
pupils leaving the schools with the
work which they by force of con
ditions would have to enter upon.
As a matter of fact, the teaching
of the branches mentioned may be
compared to the placing of the now
famous disappearing beds in some
teachers' cottages. They are in
deed very handsome and desirable
pieces of furniture, and we would
all like to have everybody get them
but, under the present stringency
in matters of public finance, it in
best to get for the little money at
the disposal of the government.'the
things which are useful rather than
those whoBe purpose is largely that
men who can work with their hand
in the fields, on the farms and
the various trades, and the nearer
the public schools come to working
with the aim of turning out men
and women who can bo useful in
these lines, the better it will bo for
he Territory at large."
In conclusion the Tribune
wishes to state that the Papaikou
school was not singled out in the
editorial of January 4, the remarks
quoted being aimed at the public
schools system in general and not
against the Papaikou seat of
learning or any other individual
THE FIRST NATIONAL BANK OF WAILUKU
C. H. Cioke, lYfsiiUM W. T. Robinson, ist Vice-l'rvsiilent
1). H. Case, 2nd Vice-frL'sident R. A. Wadswortli. Director
C. IJ. Lufkin, Cashier A. Anllicr, Auditor
J. Garcia, Asst. Cashier
EIGHTH ANNUAL STATEMENT
nt the close of business, December 31, 1709
RHSOt'RCKS I I.IABILITIKS
I,oans and Discounts $14.1,642.41; Capital Stock $ 35,000.00
United States Honds 25.iMm.uo. Surplus and 1'rufits 27.602.y6
"0,"l 6l.CCJ.co Dill' l Tvii.L a . , k.,,,
Cash and Due from Hanks cA.ouc f7 Diviilen.U
Banking House, Kumiture.ete "5,9.10.00 'Circulating 23' 997 50
t,l Redemption Fund... 2,250.00' Depositors. 202.050.S7
K. &. I). K.
C. D. IATKIX, Cashier.
U-.KKITORY OF HAWAII, I
COUNTY OK M ATI, (
I. C. D. T.llflcin. riilli..r n( Iliu ..!., ..1 .! i i. ...
, . . V """v niiiv, mi nkiii iiiiuv swear inai me
al)ove statement is true to the best "f my knowledge anJ.tcHef. '
C. D. U FKIX, Cashier.
Subscribed nnd sworn to before me this 4t.l1 dav of January, 1910.
II. M. COKIi, Notary I'ublic .Sec. Jud. Circuit.
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1 IIC ICOIlOI ;5 per cent in I'rimo Peer.
The effective ingredients are barley and hops a food and a
Every doctor knows how beer benefits. If you need more
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Tho best beer to drink in Hawaii is 1
DPI MO The Beer that's Brewed
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WAILUKA, MAUI, T. H.
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