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EVENING BULLETIN, FEBllU'ART 1, 1H97".
51? Euer?ii$ Bulletin,
DANIEL LOGAN, Editor.
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MONDAY, FEB. 1, 18.)7.
An American exchange advo- I tho vnst 8rouP- "Whether the re--..
ii... ..t..i.i:i :.. n. ports oxorcisinc tho mind of
Umtwi Stales of thoroughly equip- i
tied technical schools, to nivo all
tho workers of tho country a
chance to bo skilled. Its advo
cacy is based on recently publish
ad fnctb regarding tho compaiativo
status of British and German
manufacture'. Lately a deputa
tion of learned Englishmen has
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boon in Germany studying tho
industrial conditions there. Tho
fact that English merchants havo
found it profitable to import goods
from Germany and thou export
them to South Amorica and tho
various British eolonios was deem
ed important enough to call for
careful investigation. Some of
tho mou who wout to Germany on
this occasion had been members
of ft similar commission fifteen
years ago. Whilo thoy wore in
Berlin at that time thero was a
big building being orocted thero,
to bo used as a technical school,
wliioh was to cost Sl,850,000. "On
their second visit," wo aro told,
"they fouud this school was train
ing 3000 students, and it had been
necessary to put up additional
buildings. In a siuglo German
fni;!vry thoy fouud 100 thoroughly
educated chemists employed to
experiment to discover bettor mo
thods of production. This is an
enterprise for turning scholarship
to practical account of such mag
nitude as to startlo English aud
American manufacturers and
awake them to tho necessity of
careful training in those who
would stand up long in the
ring of industrial competition."
Sir Philip Magnus, tho leader of
the inquiry on each of tho occa
sions, has stated in an address that
almost, all tho profitable results
from h valuablo discovory made
by an English chemist wore being
reaped by Germany, becauso of tho
largo number of practically train
ed chemists available for uso in
tho factorios in that land of wido
ly oxtonded technical instruction.
"Auothor interesting revelation of
tho report is that the manufactur
ers of Gormauy find that shorten
ing tho hours of labor does not
increuso tho cost of production;
brains aro far more important a
factor in prosperity than drudgery,
and tho fact that tho groat manu
facturers aro getting a practical
proof of it augurs well for tho
future of the workingman." Ha
wuii is indebted in a very high
degree, for the advanced condition
of its chief industry, to tho tech
nical skill of Germany. Tho
quiot, modest, scholarly gon
Uemen toiling in the labora
tories of Hawaiian sugar mills,
lmoat uuknown to tho general
public, perform what iB probably
the most important skilled ser
vices of all required in field and
factory. Whon mechanical in
genuity gets tho last posbiblo drop
of juice out of tho cane, tho scien
tific skill of the laboratory gets
tho last possible grain of sugar
out of tho juice. This is whoro
thoro is most danger of loss in
quantity and damago in quality
of the final raw product, and for
tho high standing of Hawaiian
sugar mauufacturo the wiso
domestic policy of Germany, in
providing liberally for industrial
cientifio education, iB vory large
ly tq be credited.
Japan has a real interest in de
siring the indopoudonco of -the
P ihppiue Islands. Adjacont to
th Japan Islands, thoy aro in
vi'ing to Japaneso ontorpriso.
Adventurous subjootef of Japan
.-want to live there, I'loraoting their
owu fortuui'H while developing
tliu resources of the country, nntl
tliu Empire iifl a wholo wants its j
full Blmro of trade with tho Phil
ippines. Hitherto, however, it
hnB boon complained, tho Spanish
' rulers of the islands havo not be
! haved kiudlv toward Japanese in
"B Japan"--with regard to
ol,,or aropean iniorvouuou-aru
well founded or not, no fault
should bo found with tho concern
that is felt in Japan ovor tho dis
turbed Philippine situation. Jnp
! anoso intriguo may indoed bo to
blame, from tho Spanish point of
view if not tho world's, for aiding
t ,.-i .. i
nooning uio rouemu.i, aim
rpP8 uer imkiur
boration have gone abroad impli
cating Japan in tho very initia
tion of the revolt. Whatever thero
may bo in questions of that dopth,
howovor, taking tho position of
affairs as it stands Japan has a
logitimato interest in tho
outcome of tho struggle
that is, if any maritime nation but
Spain hersolf has such an interest.
Tho BiBing Sun Empiro cannot
bo denied, along with its adoption
of western ways, tho privilege of
claiming its duo "sphere of in
fluence" after tho western diplo
matic mode of discourse over
neighbors less advanced and not
quito ablo to take care of them
selves. If that "sphere" for her
j is ot .-lowed, by any forco or
combination of forces, to compro-
houd the Philippine Isluuds, it is
not worth talking about for tho
preaont. When all thin is said, it
is to bo remembered that thoro is
au outBido as woll as an insido to
every sphere. If Japan insists
upon duo respect for tho full in
sido dimensions of hor sphoro, tho
more certainly will bo disputed
any claims sho may make boyond
ALL'S WELL, ETC.
Efforts at a compromise be
tween tho ownorB and lessees of
part of tho new plantation land,
reported in this paper on Friday,
came to a satisfactory issue. It
was no fault of tho aftornoou
press that comploto information
on this point was not given the
samo day. Such information
would have allayed any public
anxiety regarding the great ontor
priso caused by publication of
proceedings in Judd vs. Brown
a different matter, into which tho
lawyers and not tho press import
ed tho difficulty in question.
Newspaper conductors aro not
supposed to canvass thoir consti
tuencies for ascertaining what
effect tho publication of logitimato
nows will havo upon any interests.
It is necessary to say this much,
on account of an impression
abroad that the afternoon press
had given an inaccurate report of
tho Judd-Brown proceedings.
Stato ownership of railways is a
successfully solved problem in
Now South )Valos, Australia. In
spite qf such drawbacks as com
morcial depression, drought that
caused a loss of 13,000,000 sheep,
the Newcastle strike, etc., tho rail
ways cleared a largo profit. At
tho samo time tho improvement
of the linea went steadily forwnrd,
tho railways now boing equal to
any in tho world.
Coffeo is all right, according to
tho opinion of mou corapotont to
givo judgmont. Decrying of tho
gront new industry, which has
boon done to somo extont, can
probably in most casos bo traced
to persons who havo mado failures
in it for reasons entirely rolatcd
An ordor has boon issued from
headquarters for an election of
oflicors for Company C, tho terms
of Captain Camara and others
lmvino oxpired . Tho oleotion will
j take placo on Fob. 12.
in tiii: rBiitiicin.
ITIIflrnnrr- front tin I'nlpll mill
themo at the Methodist church
Sunday morning. Lovo was '
Bhown to bo tho greatest power
known to man; tho greatest in tho I
Universe, for "God ib love." Tho
necessity of lovo manifesting I
itself in an orderly, thoughtful, '
earnest way was dwelt upon. God ,
has also given the text as one of
"the tests by which wo may know '
that wo aro his followers.
If we lovo Him, wo
will' keep his commandments.
"How tho Gospel came to Europe,"
was tho theme and "Cotno ovor
and holp us" tho text in tho even
ing. "Only about fifty lives stand
betweon us aud our heathen au-
ccstors, who first heard the gospel
of Christ in Europe," said tho ,
pastor. Befiued, educated, artistic '
Greece; law-giving, world-ruling,
masterful Borne; sturdy, fiorcoly
freo Norii'man, Gaul, Briton, oil
needed the gospel of Christ as
tho foundation upon which to
build tho superstructure of our
present civilization. As Paul saw
a man earnestly praying him to
como over to Eurrjpo nnd preach
and practise the gospel of Christ,
bo today Africa, India, China, otc,
stretch out appealing bauds of
prayer, calling us to "Como ovor
with tho blessings of the gospel
of Christ." We, too, aro to do it,
like Paul, earnestly, tirelessly, at
once, and in tho spirit of Him
whoso gospel it is.
Bov. D. P. Biruie, pastor of
Central Union Church, Congre
gational, spoko at yesterday morn
ing's service on tho relations bo
tween employers and employed.
They ought to bo based upon
moral principles. Thus alone
would tho full blessings attendant
upon increasing prosperity bo
At tho morning sorvice of tho
Christian Church, two Sunday
Sohool girls in thoir oarly teens
camo forward, at tho stated op
portunity, to signify thoir belief
in Christ aB tho Son of God. In
consequence of this gratifying in
cident Pastor J. M. Monroo an
nounced a change of subject from
that advertised for the evening
sermon. AVhou the time came ho
delivered a telling discourse on
tho right of children arrived at an
intelligent ago to admission into
tho church. The gist of his argu
ment was that growth in Christian
graco and knowledge naturally
followed instead of procedod tho
profession of faith. In many ac
counts of conversions, individual
and collective, in ' the New
Testament, tho profession of be
lief in Christ followed a single
hearing of tho gospel, This
proved that faith was not bolief in
a wholo body of divinity such as
tho Westminster Confession of
Faith or the Thirty uino Articles
but the childlike acceptanco of
the single fact that Jesus Christ
was tho Son of God anil tho Sav
iour of tho world. At tho close of
tho service two other Sunday
Schools girta went forward to
make profession of faith. Tho
two admitted in tho morning wore
baptized. Besides tho four
juvenile members admitted
for tho day, an adult
man was roceived by letter.
Tho Right Rev. Alfred Willis,
Bishop of Honolulu, Anglican
Church, will attain tomorrow tho
twonty-fifth anniversary of his
consecration to that high office.
Bishop "NVillia preached boforo
the naval church parado from the
Icarus at 11 o'clock yesterday.
Thero was lino amnio at tho
morning sorvice of tho Socond
Congregation of St. Audrow'B
Cathedral yestorday. Miss Mo
Grow sang a solo.
ITor Sale !
Small Bonnlm Cocnanut ready
for truuspluntlnir, . Apply to
W. E. ROWELL.
Money to Loan.
$85,000 to Loan
Ou Approved Security. Apply to
A. V. GEAR,
210 King street,
! 522 3t
KANE KNIVES, KUTLERY,
We have just opened out
some large invoices of Ameri
can and English cutlery, com
prising nearly everything in
that line of goods that is need
ed in a well-regulated family
or plantation. Among them
we take pleasure in calling
attention to a few specialties
Wade & Butcher's English
i Wostenholm's- Enclish Ra
zors and Pocket Cutlery.
I Green River American But
jcher Knives all sizes and
I Seymour Scissors.
Bankers Shears, handy for
clipping coupons off bonds.
Barbers' Shears and Hair
We have also received a
fresh supply of the justly cele
brated Hawaiian Special Alu
minum Cane Knives, which
are unequalled for strength,
durability and lightness.
These are only a few of the
things we handle in this line
of goods. We shall be pleased
to show you an extensive as
sortment of recently imported
novelties in cutlery at any time.
Hawaiian Hardware Co.
Opposite Sprocket' Bank
NO. 307 FOKT STREET.
Have this Week a
special tublo for . .
5ct. Goods and
And invite inspec
tion After nrrjval of tho Australia
grand opening of
New Fashion Goods !
There is a difference be
tween a Scrape and a Shave.
The fCTiITERION" Tiar-
her Shop can prove this.
Fort Street, near Hotel.
Mrs. F. S. Prntt will still nreotlote with
intending purchasers of hor Walkiki pro
perty. Those desirous of nmldnn further
arrangements for tho lots situated betweon
the inuor avenue nnd the road with a prl
vilego for a bathing site on tho bench as.
weli, at a moro redncod prico, can oall on
her at hor homo on said premises .
020 3t Elani Grove, Walkiki.
With iJcmrd, for two gentlemen.
Apply at Bulletin Offlce. 610 lw
The Evening Bulletin, 75 ccnti
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-T 77? yj VR E S EMTS
The Manufacturers' Shoe
All Shades and Colors ! Extra Quality !'
DRecLuced foi? This "Week Only to
1Q Yards for $1.00
. Fort Sreet,
In the YEAR
Aro tho kind of goods wo
handle Whilst tho holidays
havo bndo great gaps in some
lines, most of our lines will
still bo found vory com
plete, notably that of Watches.
It takes a good many sales to
make an impression in our
stook, wo carry so many.
Watches for $3
For men and boys, and
Watches for $3Q0
For thoBO with a longer
purse and an inclination' for
something out of tho ordinary.
Wo want to add you to our
list of pleased watch oustomors,
no matter how littlo or how
rauoh you havo to spend for tho
purposo. Wo havo tho goods,
aud our many yoars of expori
enco will bo gladly given to aid
you in selecting ono which, will
bo best for you.
You can save monoy for tho
NEXT 13 DAYS
by making your purchases in
the Stationery ard Book Line,
Guitars, Banjos, Musical
Goods, etc., of J. M. WEBB
t At this Sale all Paper
Novels will go at half-price
whore two" or mure tire wanted.
Make money by saving it in
316 Fort Street.
Tho lienldeuce of E It. flendry. corner
Kinun and Pensacola Btreets. House oou
tains Eight Itooins and him nil tho modern
conveniences. Large grounds. Tel. 301.
Oornor of Lnnalilo and Pensacola streets.
Fivn Lots, 76 leet by 125 feet each. The
most desirable residence properly for sale
on tho plains. For torniB apply to
MRS. E. R, lilCNDRY,
85- Telephone SOI,
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street. '
Peerless Preserving Paint ComDany,
NOTARY PUBLIC anfl TYPEWRITER
Officki 208 Merchant street, OampbeM .
Block rear of J, () Carter' office, p, o.
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