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fjf DECEMBER 7, 1912. "fi
I Continued from page i. ritory. Civics. ' ''
Special izo in branches tluit will H IB
. working. The desire of tlio girls to lCiUl to positions us: time keepers- BJ BJ
attend the most successful vocation- clerks-office assistants-store keepers. H H
al school in Hawaii, the Territorial There is .much in the present Course 96 BJ fa
Normal School. of Study that is applicable for com- y H ,v
The failure of the hoys to remain mcricnl work- fl Ik M W U F7 W IH T TTTT W T I ' -
in many of the manual positions on The difTerentation in the grades MS ll l B BHH fWI B JP BH Ijta- g
the'pluntations is owing to the fact ,0 1,0 s follows: First-Seeond-Third 3 Ifll II i I i I I I I I M " '
that those in charge have not given -FollrtTl (;i(-s to l'"1'"4 A A M JL l JLi W-F
proper educational opportunities to C"111'80 f Study. g BJ
these hoys. Fifth Giiadk (academic) The jy B '
Of the "O tl t t' tl ' I)re!SC,,t Course. For some Voca- mB ' BJK
thrifi" 7? KXaS-"X 1 -x Tubes and Accessories - - 1 y
we tiiHl about 2 in our high ,,.,,.. l$S H
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schools. 1 hey are for the most part ,, , . M w fli J
,i . . l i l'irrir Ghadk (vocational) lho jm ' V fli 1
doing academic work. , . . ' . K f ri 9 I r
tit' , i , . . ... above course. At fourteen the H v ! ,1
We are not doing what is right , .. , . , n ,. .. M - , ,,,3K D A
, ,, . . , . chi d to enter a Continuation or mi ' t'-sL".: mm V
. for the great majority who have r, ........ 11
i t, . , , , . , Cooperation school m part time an N ,iap
left school at an early age to become ! 25J . . . .
, . . . . work until eighteen years old. mm ' mm
wage earners and our future citizens. , , , . . ; , , Hj . .. , .
..it, , i r . , Should attend school at least ten He
hat is possible for us to do with . , ,, , - V Bi ,
Xr j ..mi.. ... . ,, . hours per week. GEO. S. HA- ffl
ocation Education here in Hawaii? jMOKD If "y ' s fl
Fiusr: The absolute compulsion 4 1 S V B ;
of the attendance in some authorized B ' 4 B
school until the fifteenth year all NOT1CI:. ' ' ' B ' T
,' L the children not excused under IS m J B B " '
il Article 0 of the Revised School STATEMENT OF THE M "" iXT 1 v fl
I. OWNEHSHIP. MANAGEMENT, IB JL A. MX. V. 1 H , ,f
t- c , . CIRCULATION, ETC., of Tim if - B '"ll
v. bixoxi): J he strengthening of jjaui News," published weekly at Hi v . . " B ' " I
' our grade work to lit the child for Wailuku, Maui, required by th Act 3 '. - B I
-' future work aiffl thus tend to hold of August 24, 1912. fijj . ' fli '
. f tins child that believes he has learnt Editor, V.L. Stevenson Wailuku, R . MS '
Bi!,ttV"iworth w;,nr in scl,,)i:l iulw, v. l. stoven-1 . ., R - v
. 1 lie first can only be accomplish- iK()n) Wailuku, Maui, T. II. N , " " ' 1! V
f-hx od by Territorial Oilicers under The Rusiness Manager, V. L. Steven- n "''B ' " B9
Department of Public Instruction, son, Wailuku, Maui, T. II. M 1 1 I M)
The seeond can only be worked Ill'e'-.y.L. Stevenson, Wai- $. J i 1 V . fl ' -
,f' out by careful supervision and stu.ly 1 ,,!"!' , B . , ' ' 'ji
w . r .i , .i -Owners: (.If a corporation, give On - . - , Bit
fiE " ,mrtof lllost; t;(,nm'1":tl names and addressss ol stockholders 13 . ' M H
m tne L'l,!lrtl"unt all(' the employers holding 1 per cent or more of total B V H; It
jK No Vocationa' School in Hawaii Eu IL P- pjjl; i .) l( lj
K will ever succeed or meet our needs Vmr Mi C(,"",,",, ' 1 K ' iZ
BK-:. that is under private control. For Lihaina, ffc f Hitk 1
BM.; the employers will involve methods, D. II. Case, Wailuku, Maui H 1 I Bff " Ji
Hp' intenth.nally or unintentionally, H. C. landsiy, Kahului, .Maui ffl B B V J 1 9f '' Su
E; that will tend to exploit the children A- W,W,,'V"v!,liIlll.u JMuiB : K fl
H' ' :is "'"'"p lal,,,r uml1'1- ""'pulsion Ct Di Lutl.in wliH?,ku, mII!!1, m ' . :' " 1 fli I
and the guiseof Vocational training'. Kalhryn M. Case, B If
BP' The ultimate result will be an ab- Wailuku, Maui fl x I'
W solute failure as far as Vocational J- J- Neweoftibe, ' B fc f
Wff? Elueation is concerned. A N ,j ,1,i,,a' MlUli fl fl ' A Uf
fl E.nployers can see in a Vocation- ' ' "MJ 1 )hlln.u Maui fl .- v ' U ,Pj
BjK'- al School the opportunity of obtain- Wailuku Sugar H "ja B . i'l
HS ing valuable labor at a small com- Compajiy, Wailuku, Maui H - . t
BJEj 'pcnsation and vocational training U' Copeland, ' fflS ' ' fl
W- will not be involved beyond the Wm ,Jl,UB,K,rW,liIuklI, U"" B ' - fl ,
ML' special meds of the employer. On '"U8 '"puuneno, Maui fl ' AT - . B
p the other band teachers woiking H. Sheubeck, Wailuku, Maui lu I i.
Ky oalong vocational lines tend to Garcia, Wailuku, Maui K ' ,
BH theorise too miicli and from a lack A. Halilwin, jftj H ''' '
training do not give the practical ,. Q . f n,,li,lk ",l,,oko- A'?' 1 I I
BB"" , ,,r , , c- Searlc, Honolulu, Oahu m Bi ,
mf-;- ' work essential. e must have the Est. Ge7. Hons, K ' fl "1
Bflk'.. cooperation f both for the hem-tit - (F. Hons, Honolulu) W '
:i KAHULUI STORE 1 1
IBHy;. - perative. .-ebool work for thoe ), n. Case, E BJ " '
Kftp' 'cbibhen that must leave M'hool at Trustee, Wailuku, .Maui It B 'fe
BBr v fifteen yi-ars old to become wage ) " W 'I "
m , .1 T5":. waiiuku, -Muui fl TT T-TTT1 TTT I
1 mm outline is intendul to give m H. P. Baldwin, Ltd., W ' .LVi:.JUL lj JJ U X B M
BBjp.- the elementary selmols a course of I'uuncne,. Maui B r' BJ -iS
H study that will meet the industrial W. F. Rogue, Huelo, Maui BJ S BJ fj
wEfti and agriculture need,, of our com- t,,- I1''"'"'""'!. . . . fl ' B 'S
TUh m ",,uW F A Lufkin, Waiiuku; Maul fl - II i
Wmf adopted to meet local condition R C. Searle, Jr., If fa
fli f '"'I 't if hoped will tend to direct Honolua, Alani 11 . . ! M
mm; , urn- -el,,.,,! work toward industry HolMn.1, ?ImMMM f
K' an(i:great. r ellicioncy and give edii- ,r . 1,!ll.,.u,,ui ,. ., . -
BHT' cati.iii a r -il 111 i ' Enos Vincent, Wailuku, Maui ,
9Btt, " ' meaning. Known bondholders, mortgagees, The Board of Harbor Commis-
III II llll Illl Will JJJji.HII.JI ! I Willi Willi in ! WimH III I I ' II I 1 I II ' 1 I I I II I I II I I I 1 1 II I II Mill uml Mm i ii I m W I
.pr TitADK- .uuiicuLTUiiAL iiousKHoi.ii- niid other security holders, holding sioners reserve the right to reject &sJj3a pjL
' BM; " commkhciai. -worn:: 1 per cent or more of total amount any or all tenders. ZJr'' 1 HP l.
L- Exousn--Englisli to be correlated "f bonds, mortgages, or other se- H. K. BISHOP, V M JB-
H' with reading, wriuing and spelling. 1 .,.... r. . . Chairman, Board of Harbor Com- ' 1 -;' W
BflrM p,.. ,. .,. ;, i . 1 be Maui Publishing Co., is in- m ssioners. JKffrlvra'rR;2 . g .
B, I,r.tUtl1 (:'"l,""". ''"' -fry (1,,t,(1 t(, th(. Finjt filial Bank Honolulu, November 27. 1912. (BjWjl V ,
E; wft' of Wailuku in the sum of $1500.00 Nov. 30, Dec. 7, 14, 21. VwK'MS'lWfeRh. 11
mMr uVitiTHMCTicr-Tlio four fundanien- evidenced, by a promissory note. ? SMWt lt-Wii. - MZ UW W SS 'JS't
WL; ta! processes; percentage (one ca,e) "secured. NOTICB. MI11WM " ' WZW A ? W E M
m decimals and fra.tions, a related 7?' Notice is hereby given that Paia-1 VMS , jf, Jf , W- Ef ' M
K. ' -H..illo U, the hand- tnln.ted, tl.rc.ugh the inails or other- l!'"'"',1 wd be cosed to V7fffmf jff M jM Jf EI S
work of the child or illustrated by wise, to paid subscribers during the P"bhe trafhe from the 1st day of M Mf J ? & 0 I W
BflBB the keeping of school or personal six months preceding the date of December, 1912. Iff nS"rirfC X iCtfl i(
H aeeuunts, records. this statement. (This information . 1 orch r of the Board of Super- W IYf fS7 f '
Br-, ov.,, &4r- u""l)""v;... IfvU UyS sil" m
BEr uught as one subject and springs V. L. STEVENSON, Enrroit. District Overseer. II ' ' -M IW 91 W
from the consideration of eomineri- Sworn to and subscribed before WANTED POIIAS. II ffry Jt I SI $mJ
HL, cal and industrial phenomena, me this 13th day of November, 1912 . S0Wj ' SI 'JSe
I ClCommerid Ln,,hvin,lu tri II I ffl.
tom.m.i.al geography- ndutr.al j IIo(, Commission during good olms- At the Wharf m Ilono- II g
history-carpi ntry-woodworking-gar- conduct- lulu. II M 'imk
BK ilen work-cluiiientary agriculture Honolulu-Jam & Chutxkv Faciohv M mWm M mf i " jl i jl ) &IE - T
all to be clo-ely related tB the in SEALliU TCNDCItS. 1 iUG U O 1 C O S t ESUttei" I C
tended vocational. Each to be NOTICE. M ! SH
tfl' carefully detailed and outlined and. Sealed Tenders will be received WfM j mmml R nH I jl SI :" M
fr , , , ofrKssi u . uy mw. . 1 That Comes to Thus Market
; Household caro of tl.- house- up until 2 p. M. of Friday, Decern- years, branded on left hip "M," . jl Jvf
'W- ww'i'K niendiug-plain r.i.king-do- ber 27, 1912, for Construtsting a small scar on forehead, one hind 'I "S
meslic siMence-buying garden work- Wharf and Approach at )Kihei, fetlock white, one hind fetlock jj A mm f af I I af W if ' i fflM
Wfrv sanitation an.l hyginjs. .r . 5, , onU '. f.lc white; both forelegs fwUK LlKUvbKO ') I W
Mffi-f- -iic i Plans, specifications anc! blank blacK. A reward of Ten Dollars J m. -wb m. m. . JJSl
IBB M"rk ,ls ",K,vi--Cominencal law- office of the Chairmau. Capitol . to E. S. Kia, Wailuku, or to the g r,.,1 4 oiDMcn. -, rrr If S1'
NHBBBBBBABBfll BUdi"e' H P FRE:sr SHIPMEINT By EVERY feTEAyVYER